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Milwaukee Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 4, 1837, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Per Ann. Payab'lc in Advance VOLUME I] MILWAUKEE, (WISCONSIN SATURDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1837. [NUMBER 26. Prices. and Dry Goods. T1HIS DAY RECEIVED, per schr Jesse Smith, a large assortment ot and staple DRY GOODS, fall and winter Goods, among which may be article in the line suitable NEW antl undersigned lias just received WET V STORE NEW GOODS TJ e subscribers, (recently from [By .Authority.] taws of Wist onsiii Territory, E R 1'ROUDKIT v.-ill continue 10 attind to the calk of the -ick wiih his iisnn) promptitude. .Milwaukee. Nov. 7ih, water proof, u new article. Please call and examine. WM. BROWN. Coiner of East vi atcr and Michigan Streets. Nov. 2-3, 1836. 19 UR CAPS and FUR GLOVES of the best description, for sale low. BROWN. Nov. '22, Green and red Ma- Bl'k and col'd poult d'sou Silks. Col'd Gro de nap do Col'd Marcelain do Col'd Florence do Black Serge. Bl'k silk velvet. Green Baragc. White crape. Bob't Lace. Swiss mull. Plaid Muslin. Sarsnet cambric. Irish linen. Brown linen. Birds eye diaper. Foundation. Bedtick. Jj jv ILWAUKEB and vicinity, that they have t; ken a store on Main-sireet, opposite the "1 lelle-vieu where they have just r ;ceived, and are now offering at whole ,ale or retail, a large and extensive assort nent of GOODS, among which may yv nsxnst neeajaemi- i JT am t side-walks, or other improvements over the same as to the.n may seem needful; Provided always. That the lot in front ot No. 17. AN ACT To Ii.i-.otporale the Inhabit- ants of suck as to be. which any side-walk is made shall be taxed to pay at least one-naif of the expenses of making- such side-walk; the said presi- dent aiul trustees shall also have the pow be fotnd, DHY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD- WARE CUTLERY, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, REA- LrKinl, DV-MA 3E CLOTHING, Jf-e. allot which, of twenty-one years, tie- 1 ut will only say they have enough and' t spare." and respectfully solicit that means as they may SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Coun- on.-h town from cil and House of Representatives, 'lhat the white male inhabitants being for such Territory, contain ng not less than three patroi age which low prices and prompt at- hundred persons, bliall wish to become m- tentic n to business merits. certiorated for thc better regulation of HOBART fPRATT. No-. 10, 1836.________________17u_ T HE 1 in order to und- r-landin; b'jrr c tluit thcv or mi- the public m-i t on a full complui'icu on all their mei l- foi-Lol -old by them to differ- ent indi-. They "'re below a li tot Lot-, on which th luumt'iil-, have bean due ur.d i.ot p.uil. T'ICV there- lore cor.-idor Ih- Ib'felted and I'v Lot-; reverted bade to them. J.ois No. 1 CROSSCUT SAWS, for lot of first rate Simmons' Axes. BROWN. Nov. 22, 1S36.__________19 MacUiiac BLANKETS, for sale cheap, by WM. BROWN. Nov. 22, 183G.________________I9 "COKING cases, aborted foi 19 L 15 7 S 3 .11 ,3 51. L'fi. liiK'.niilv ,1 L MARTIN. Nov. D2, 1SHO. Thc Sitbrcrtbers AV13SG taken the store arid stock of GOODS of n. Cli'tpntan Co. oKcr for sale a general assortment oi DRY Goons, HARDWHE, GHOMHIES, per day, and if labor be insufficient, to appropiiatc so much of the tax levied on pcfsonal property as may be necessary allies and roads in nppoint and prescribe ollicers of such town un v juu. ..-cessary to carry into dent and Clerk, after their votes arc qivcn forcrrOin.r powers. Thc collec- in, shall certify under thru- hands the of tax ana treas. number of %otes in favor of bemg- incor- j geveral] givc bonfl payable to The residents of any toun the i astlide of the River, a lar e and cle- HARRISON REED. Milwaukee Nov. 24, 1330. 19 St. croix Sugar, Loaf, do. AT M. YOljiMT o. 1 e commenced the 11A i' nitoiitl -ortmen! ot JlnlJ of Also a n-sort- inento! Fur, Glut i and Seal-Kin and a rrood stock of fine f.i-hionnbiy f jn- lor lontlemnn and ladic-, wear. 1 linul and M. 1 me commenced the HA husine-s, where they have nor, to keep an exten-ivc ;is- every MALLABY corner water I :i- 1 term tin Order- f; me nltcnA'-d to. The li all kinds ot Milwaukee. fai'hl'ut- v. i bo TTii.J for llii'tiiir 'i'-'jii tte :'Brandy, O VA.IIJ Gin, 1 puncheon St. f'ruix Kuin, bbK. American Erandv, Hi do H'hL-kry, for bv MuDONAl ,D MALLABY. corner ccx.-t water wis Dor-. 7. 1S3G. _____ Ovoceries, JUST RECEIVED from New-York, 5 Hhds. Porto Rico Sugar, 1 Do. Loaf do. 2 Do. Molasses. 12 Quintals Codfish, 6 Barrels Mackerel, 10 Boxes Herrings, 10 Do. Soap, 10 Do. Candles, aG Do. Raisins, Old Hyson, Young Hyson, Hyscn Skin and Imperial 5 Doz. Boxes Fine Table Salt, Coffee, Spice, Pepper, Cassia, Salanitus, Ginger, hard and soft Almonds, Filberts, Canister Powder, Powder and Shot, Paste- board, Rope, Brooms, Clothes Brooms. Let- ter and Cap Paper, ftnills, which added to my former stock, make the assort- ment complete, a.-d will be disposed ot at the lowest prices. HARRISON HEED. Nov. 24th, 1836._________.Jjj___ Drngs and Medicines- A FULL assortment just received and for sale by 2-1 th, 183O._______________1J Huts and Caps. FUR, Hair. Seal and Cloth Fur and satin Beaver Hats, ju t received by H. REED. Nov. 24th, 1836. __________ all af which have been selected with the ut- mo ,t care, and will be disposed of as cheap, if i ot cheaper than can be purchased else- wb ;re, Chicago not excepted, and tocon- vir ce yourselves that we arc not "puffing pie ise call and examine. 4 lotlis, ONE Hundred pieces comprising an as- sortment of all colors and prices, now op -ninjr at the old store of W. C. W. Co. C ADDLES Harnesses, just received k-' and for sale by W. C. W Co. Pieces plaid, K_) 4 do Poi de Soi, 4 do super gro
dry white lead, for sale at the store of whitsocver kind or nature they may be, in as full a manner as any person or peisons. bodies politic or corporate, can W. C. W. t% C'o. objects which by this act, arc placed un- der their coi.trol and jurisdiction, and to none others: ind it their duty to have an account current of thc fiscal con- Kettles, jnrt rec'd and for sale by W. C. W Co .LD MALLABY. for. cast water Wis. st's. Clothing, SHEEP'S Grey, Buckskin, Riobcd and Plain Casbimcre, mixed, plain and printed Sattinett anr' Cloth Pantaloons; Cashmere, Cloth, silk Velvet, figured el- vet, merino and Valentia double brensteil F IVE Hundred Cords Good Wood, for sale by W. C. W Co. soal, or may do, aid may soal any altei the saint- at Th Dec. G. if. if Co. and Commission EUCllAVi'S, receive and -tore J.T.I. any article-, of Fuimture or Mer- .-han.iuc: bt-iin; ,ituated on .Valker's Point f this act, to collect 5J.1JU UTiLlLCt. JJWJI.TJ assortment of CLOTHIMG, just received and for sale by H. "T'Tl1> Nov. 24th, "1836. sa SSK sKs f i r s for the term of otic yem, or W. C. W. Co. 10 rap HE heretofore existing 1 JL uiide, Ihc fiim of 'hapmim fo. ha--, been dissolved by mutii.il consent All clue the concern will be settled by Solomon Jmu-aiJ. to the subscriber, either bj Note or Book Account, are A C July TIMBER. -r has on hand a quantity J_ of Hewed Timber, from 6 to 14 mcn- Co. and ib prepaud to furnish any length or ou'antity that may be required. Application may be made to W. li, Longstrcct, pr to 'I11UMAS HOYT.__ IJotice. THE heretofore existing between W It. Longstrcet and D. H. I Beardsley, under the Firm of W. R. Long- street 4- Co., wa s dissolved bv mutual con- j on thc dav of Juno last Q.UA.NTITY of green and white Mackinau Blankets, ju-l received and for-ale by HARRISON REED. Nov. 16, IS FEW Rotary Cooking S es with Pipe, just rec'd and for '-ale for cash, bv '.PEED. 'Milwaukee, Nov. 30. 183tj. ______ Arabian Balsam, the best remedy for iheumatLin. t-ml- blains, cuts and wounds, fi.r c-ale the Dpg store of L. J. HIGB Y Co. Havana schr. Ki Su jars, thii day .or, and for ?-ale bv W. C. W. -----------------------I fl- hold hlS UIULU i in i.....-> t [town trLasiuei, I nnblic notic.- of Ihc time and place of Tierce, .ho SOOO if no of s, p b r rA gjwrjs in a.-rear frim any such person, upon the SEGARS, 50.000 SrianUhCigais (favui- ue brands) com. do. for sdc by paying ovci the sanu upo; tio'ns ot the board of trustees. I SEC. 0 The president and tnisleop, or a at Iriitihiity d-iys notice of the W. C. W. Co. majority of them, of any town n'-o led as h'erctcfore directed, shuil hav led as beret ornon- lime pi ce of hoi such sale, pay- avcpow-' ina to the o-.vnor or owners the overplus, nnd trustees may ROAD AXES, Lindley best Cast-steel, also, Chains. WILLIAM'BROWN. Comtr of Enst water and Micliigan directs. lie, a tew copies just received by Barrels of l.ind- mess, prime and one ho? PORK, fo sale by S. JUNEAU. 19 Stationery, a heavy assort Wy 0. W fc Co. BOOKS mcnt iust received by J -UT r1 W. C. Co. quality of winters-trained Oil, aho a few barrels of Linseed, nnd piolnibi gambling or other disoi'deily ciindnct, and to ptevent the and iudteuit exhibitions of horses _withm i the bounds of such town: to provu.e for' for sale by W. C W. Co. uie uuuuiis DI auu.ii Y- i ,11 _, the licensirg of public shows, to reflate ertpl hy e e and establish markets, to open ditches, and p.Uces of. t efore nny justice of the peace bv action o) debt, in the nr.me of the pres- ident and ir'istaes of such town, and col- is 01 of LADIES ladies cloaks com- prising a variety of colors, qualities and prices, this day received by i W. O W. Co J open llitli. incti r i r fhi'-j DV tllC s foi drawing off water, to s.tik m of over w public wells, to keep cer collecfn? tin, ut- I iii it, i tnP thertreets and a leys thcUw-i r ot t i kin? pavements or an D->
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