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   Milwaukee Daily Courier (Newspaper) - June 18, 1846, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               MILWAUKEE DAILY VOLUME I. MILWAUKEE, T3URSDAY. JUNE 18, 1846. PUBLISHIiJJ JJ-VjLltY -HLJitWHS tr Ol WLLJ4M Ik SULLIVAN. JOHN A. BROWN, EDITOB. Offlcft No- 140 U. S. Block, over I. A. Hopkins'JBoek Store, East Water street. TERMS: D ULY COURIER, So per year, payable WEUK-LY COUH.IKR, S3 per year, in advance. ADVERTISING (PEK, SQ.UARE) IN DAILY. [SIXTFEX LINES Oil LESS MAKE A SQUARE.} One square, 37 j cents first insertion, and --0 centsfor eacli aubsoqnent inseriion, for less than one week. Square 1 week. S1.25 Square 3 tnemhs, 2 6 3 2.50 9 1 month, 1 year, 2 tWiness Cards, S6 per including daily S'.O per year. contracts made for advertisements in the IVeekly, and yearly advertising in either paper. AH letters on business should be directed to WILLIAM H. SULLIVAN, and all communications de- wgned for the Editor to Jons A. BKOWN MISCELLANEOUS. paid for MISCELLANEOUS. D A: any quantity, at decs J. RAPELJE'S best braiidsahYnyaon hand at decl.3 j. RAPELJE'S. just JeUG JACOB RAPELJE. t; PICES of every kind, can be found at JACOB RAPELJE'S- of every description, can be lound at 11 J. RAl'ELJE'S. bags Coffee, of every snide and quality, at RAPELJE'S. JACOB RAPELJE'S piece? of new justri1- J ceivcd by JACOB H.APELJE. boxes joist received by JACOB HAPELJE. SUGAR of description and in any quantity at dcc'S J. IIAPELJE'S. highest price paid for Wheat by fV JACOB KAPELJE. quantities to suit puchascis, at JACOB IIAPELJE'S. BOXES PIPES, short and long, just received AtJ sept23 JACOB RAPELJE SllEEPS'GREY per yardjustrcccivedandforsale by KAPELJE- PORKj heavv mess, anew lot. just receiv- ed by JACOB RAPELJE. BOOTS AND now lot just received sept22 JACOB RAPELJE. BOOTS AND SHOES, in any quantity, can je found lit .1. RAPELJE'S. prime article, be on hand this week. Junes JACOB RAPELJE. NEW barrels just received and for sale cheap by J. KAPELJE. WINDOW SASH, of every sizcin usc.alarge lotjustreceivea. JACOB RAPELJE. larcre lot of Sole ami Upper Leather, uuda lot of Belt Leather, itifrtreefiveilal doc9_____________________J. IIAPELJE'S THIRTY pieces sheeps' Grcv, the rent article, for enle by J A ARNOLD Looking allbizos, for sale by 1 novt2 J A ARNOLD nice article, for-ale by novll J A ARNOLD. 1 THOUSAND Ibs. caule chain for sale by novll J A ARNOLD quintan's for sale at Milwaukee, Nov 11 ARNOLD'S. ROWLAND'Smilland cross cut saws tor sale by novll ARNOLD. BED and Horse Blankets, for sale by novlS J A ARNOLD. BOOTS AND SHOES c iscsmen'sboo'snnd shoes.ju-it the kind for a winter, for ealeby J. A. ARNOLD. AXES! O what a sight of Axes mons Collins'best broad and chopping Axes, forsaleby J.A.ARNOLD. 1 THOUSAND Ibs bright log chain; 20 eoil.irope all 10 doz buck mitten11, u good article, forsule by_______J. A. ARNOLD. SL.KOOD foelshimself adequate tocoinpe'e ilh anything in the Booh and Rttilioitcrff TKisconsin. You had heller call find sea him before making purchases elsewliero. octSS lUTLLS, by the bnnch or thousand Stnel Pi'ns enlnk. at ROOD'S 8CHOOL BOOKS of every kind, for sale whole 6-aleand .-etaiJ, very cheap. S. It. ROOD ARPER'S Illuminated Bible Kendall's Li'eo Jackson, illustrated, at ROOD'S. Wheat, Hurley and Oats. THE highest market price in CASH, paid Wheat.Barley and Oats. LUDINGTO'N CO._ BOOK BINDING in all its es, done by S. L. ROOD. rjlO RENT, a commodious and well finished dwelling house, situated on street, nearly opposite the Milwaukee HOUSP. apl 21_________________J. A. NOONAN. PRIVATE HOARDING. A few more boarders can be accommodated with board in a genteel private family, in a convenient and pleasant puit ol the city by application to may 6_____________________J.A.DOUGLAS. Milwaukee Sc, Watcrtown Stage. LEAVES Milwaukee every 0 Monday, "Wednesday and Fn- r day, at 5 o'clock A. M. and ar- same day. Leaves Watertown every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday andarrives at M.Iwaukee same day. The above line of Stages connects with the Water- town find X.oko, and Grcoii Buy Seats can bo taken at the American House, City i Hotel, Milwaukee House and Tromont House. Office at the Alncncjin Houfre. 9. HOSMER, Jr. Proprietor. Milwaukee 26 BUSINESS DIRECTOEY. FINCH LYNDE, Attorney and Counsellors at Law...Offi< e on "Wis- consin door east of Kale's boots ore. Milwaukee. W. T. 73 STEAMBOATS. ALLIS ALIEN Wholesale and Retail Leather and Fine ing Store, 13K U. S. Hotel Block. WM. DUTCHER, i tt y and Counsellor at Law and Solicitorin Chancery. Watertown, Jefferson co Wis, OFFICE in Post Office Buildii fc. LEV1 HUBBELL, Attorneyand ii States Brick Block, over Daggert tc R chardson's VarietyStore, East Water street. 39 JAMES HOLLIDAY, Attorney atLaw and Solicitor in Chat eery, Milwaukee, W. T. 29 A. W. RANDALL. Attorney nndCoansellor-al-Law, Prairievi' o, Milwau- free county, Wisconsin Territory C. P. HILLEtt, AttorneyatLawandSalicitorin Chancery, Sheboygau Wisconsin Territory. 53 UISSOLUTION. NOTICE is hereby given that the Co-partnership heretofore existing lietween Dexter Taflt a.nd WuHani H. Spnir, both ol the city of Milwaukee, in the business ol under the firm and dtyleof I TAFFT SPliRH, wnb diwolvet: on the 25th day of April, A. D. 18-16, by Alldcbtsand demanclsrfue to the late firm will be paid to said DEX- TER TAFFT, who is duly authorized to receive tlie and al! demands on the said firm are to be pre- sented to him for payment. The business will boconlinnedby the saiu TA.FFT, ho will be happy, at all times, to recede and enter- tain his old fiier.cls. DEXTER TATFT, WM. II SPUilR. Attorney and Couusellor at Law and I'olicltorin Chancery, Milwaukee. Office on W iter street, overNazro King'shardware store. WILLIAM M. OONNINSHA 7, Wholesale and Retail Ma mfactnring ranite Apothecary, 151 Martin's Grani Street. Milwaukee, Wis. e Block, J last Water oiders from the country for ar icles in his line promptlyexecutott. _ Pricesjaniformly 'ow. _ BY TAFT comer 'of East Waterand Huronstteets, Milwaukee. H A I O BOXES WINDOW GLASS com prising the various aizes from 7 Jxj 9, up to 24 X 30, received per brig Patrick Hen- ry and achr. Sciota, itr.d for sale by CUNNINGHAM, Wholesale and retail druggist, may 20 151 east water st. EDMUND J. PORTER, Attorney and Counsellor, and Cornmissif ner for the Slater of Pennsylvania, Lou siann. Con neclicutar.d Ohio; City YorkCity. 1S4O. COLAS. M. BEED'S IS4O. Buffalo and Chicago Steamboat Line. Niagara, James Madison. THE Steamboats Niagara, Louisiana and Jas. JtfacZisore, will ran the cnsaini? season, between BUFFALO and CHICAGO, as'follows, Capt. Tlua. Richards. Leaves Buffalo. Leaves Chicago. Wednesday. April 29 Thursday May 1 Thursday May 14 Friday 22 Friday 29 Saturday Jane 6 Saturday June 13 Monday S2 Monday 29 Tuesday July 7 14 Wednesday 23 Tuesday........July Wednesday..... 29 Thursday Aug. 0 AMERICAN HOUSE. General Staga A. ROSSET' 'EH, If. Co. West Ward, Milwaukee. Stageslcavcs this house partsof the Territory. 11 LOUIS FB.ANCHEKE, Notary Public, Land Agency and Gene al Convey- [lice two doors north of tbeCity lotel. Milwaukee, mar. 6m3 DH T. M. WILCOX, OFFICE over A. F. Clarke's Drugf'tore. Milwaukee, Wis. IUt UKEAMS ai EM Uontectioim- ry ling evening, and during the season (Sundays exeepted The Mineral Soda Fountain is in successful operation. The thanks of the propjietor are hereby ten- dered to the public for therr continued pat- ronage. may as daw McifUN'S COMPOUND BALSAM OF LUNG WORT Far Coughs, Colds, Difficulty of Urea thing, tyc. Lungwort and Klccampaine, have bpen BO long in use as domestic Medicines, and their virtues arc fco well known, afl not to require a parliculardescription. A long expel iunce has fully established their reputation as va.Jable medi- particularly for discisc of tlic lungs. MuMun's Compound Balsam contains these two articles, com- bined with other medicines of almost equal celebrity, forming nmloubtr-dly the safest and best family medi- cine ever dmcoveicrt No danger can possibly arite from its it is pler-sam to the taste nnd can be taken williont ineonvontencc, and istlic most certain remedy known for ctimmnn Coughs :md Colds It !-elieves diilicully of bi-eathing immediately, il hit-'lily in whooping cough and croup, and wil cure consumption if Ihoeaily sugcs. r an ]Jct Tlfio tllcUlCInC IS soldin Milwaukee bv WM" -AI CCJNNI.'fGHAM, ;inij re-ail 151 Eait water st I. A. HOPKINS, Bookseller and Publisher, 110, UnitedSta es Block. Milwaukee. J. B. CROSS, Justice of the ffice on Wispon sin street, Milwaukee. CITY HOTEL. By J. Russell, corner of Water and Masi-n-strectsj Milwaukee. H YARD. THE subscribers are rt'ceivmg from Mnni. towac, at their Lumber Yard adjoining Rrecl's Warehouse, feet or seasoned JLnnibcr, Which wifi their stack now on hand, will comprise the largest assortment of scasorcd lumber of every description in any yard in the city. They are also receiving a large supply of unseasoned lumber. They would invite builders and otliera wanting lumber, to call and examine their stock before purchasing elsewhere. CHAS. P. H1SLFENSTEIN, apl lii RICHARD MURPHY. FRED. WARDNER, Wholesale anrl retail dealer in Dry Good Groceries, Faints. Oils, Hardware. Boota and Shcx s. East Water street, opposite U S Hotelj Milwc ukee. WM. M. COOK, Anctioneerand Commission crjhant. atcr street, 3 doors south of Wisconsin street. Mi wakee. D. U. HARRINGTON, Attorney, and Counsellor-at law, Sheboy can, "W. T. Will attend to allbusinessentruste itohis cnre promptitude and fidelity may 21 d53 NICHOLAS CLEARY, AT-IOIVJPY AKD florrvsyr t r.jlw; _J Office in the second story of the new bn ;k baitding.' north side of Wisconsin street three coorswestof the Wisconsin Marine and Virelnsurai ce Office. Milwaukee, juneO d72 Wednesday Thursday Satuiday Jnly Wednesday Thursday Sept Fridav PAUL JUNEAU Notary draw DeciKMortp Leases, take acknowledgment oft te atlendto thcirrogistry; adininicteroaths protest bills of exchange and promiisorv notes for i on payment and non-acceptance; -will also examine records and Hend information to personsin any part I'fthe United States. alwayehc found a the office of Wm. A. Prentiss, Esq. two doors noul of the City Hotel. Mil WHITEWATER HOTEL By WARNER Walworth county. W. T. MAPS OF WISCONSIN for sale by the Am.: or single, at the Wisconsin School Book DepOMlo- y, 146 U S block. may 12 I A HOPK1TS. SCHOOL BOOKS of nil kinds fornalein lots to suit purchasers, at HOPKINS' Bookstore, deciM J48 US Block. NEW CLERK'S Wiscon- sin Forms; Library, For .ale by HOPKINS, 140 U S blk. i BLANK great assortment, j just received from New and for i ekap far cosA, al 146 U S Block. I cases Satinets, which will be sold very cheap, at wholesale or rcta' 1. oclll ________f. WAltDNEK. IMPORTANT TO 'MILLERS.----Grimes' .justly celebrated Patent Smut Machines, ofdilTerent sizes forsaleatthe VARIETY STORE. FHESH ARRIVALS by almost every "munliont whichcomes from the east, of all aorts ample Goods and YanKee Notions, at the Variety Store. ANEW supply of Hair, Cloth, Hnt and Shavlne brnsncsyaYtno- vjuuisrx aTunu. LOAF, Crashed andpulverised Sugar for sale lit feb3 BLAIR'S. AXES. AXES Wall's an Simmon Axes, for sale at BLAIR'S. PIECES cotton and silk warp Aiarracca of all BLAIR'S. "r AMPS! J BLAIR has juM re- a splendid slock of solar, suspending and cidc Lamps; also a lot of Silver Candlesticks, cut and ground glass, slides, and wicks to match. dec23 A LARGE LOT of new style Crockery, is now opening at the CrocAcry Store, corner of Wincon- and water F. J. BLAIR. SWAIM'S PANACEA, genuine.received anrTfor by CUNNINGHAM, CASH PAID JU OH, American Saffron, Beeswax, Gold Thread, Mustard seed, Hemp seed, Mustard seed, Rape seed, SlipporyBlmBarA, by novSS CUNNINGHAM, Druggist, Milwaukee. Light. WINDOW SASH made by of good material. do do do Factory make. For by CUNNINGHAM, Druffgul, 151 East Water st. subscriber having been duly elected and duly qualified as a Justice of the Peace for the Second Ward of the city of Milwaukee, ia prepared to enter upon the dus ties of his office, and solicits alt persons hav- ing business to draw near and they shall he heard. T. D. BUTLER. Office for the present one door south of By- ron Kiibourn's office, and second door south of Chesnut arid on third streets. apl. WILLIAM H. WARD, Attorney nl Law Agent. CiJ'V cv WASJII.YGOTN.D.C RESPECTFULLY announces that he will attend to tho prosncution ol Claims be- fore the several Ececutive Departments of the Government, and Claims against the United States lunns or money, to the settlement o( public accounts, to Ciaima before Conmiis- eionora under Indian or other treaties, to pre- emption and other Land Claims, arid to the procuring of Land Patents, to- Pension? in ibp Army and business connected there, j with, to the obtaining of Patents for scientific or useful inventions, and to all other businesi of a public nature requiring an agent. Claims against individuals promptly attend- ed to; titles investigated. Information given freeof charge. All letters to be post paid. A. 0. Htin' negan, Alex. Barrow, James Semple, D. fl. Atchison, C. Ashley, U. S. Senate; Hon. J. J I-Itrdin, S. A. Douglass, Illinois; Hon. Willie Green, of Kentucky; Hon. John Pettit, S. C. Sample, C fl Smith, J. A. Wright, of India- na; Hon. J. B. Bowlin, J.M. louri; Hon. Henry Dodge, of Wisconain. 5 Notice. JAMES KNEELAND would give notice to al! persons indebted to him 'either by note or book account, which ia three months past due, tbut unless the same is settled with- in tbirty days from Ibii date they must not complain if costs are made. Milwaukee, March 20, 1846. Thursday.......Aug. 13' 21 Friday......... 28 Saturday.......Sept 5 Saturday-.......Sept 12 Monday........ SI Mundav........." 28 Tuesday.......Oct Tuesday........Oct. 13 Wednesday---- 21 S8 Capt Levi Tuesday.........May 12 Wednesday..... 20 Wednesday......" y? Thursday........Tune 4 Thursday........June 11 Friday.........." 19 Friday..........." EC Saturday........Ju'.y 4 Monday.........- 20 Monday.........." 27 Tuesday........Aug 4 Tuesday..........Aagll Wednesday..... 19 Wednesday......." 26 Thursday........Sept Thursday.........Sept 10 Friday.........." 18 FririFiy........... 25 Saturday........Oct 3 Saturday.........Oct 10 Monday........." 19 Monday.........." 26 The Louisiana being yet unfinished, her place in the Line, until ready, wii, be filled by the Missouri, Capt T. Wilkins. JAS Capt. J. NcFadypn. Leaves Bvffulo. Leaves Chicago. Monday.........April 20 Tuesday.........May 5 Wednesday.....Way 13 20 58 .-Juno 4Friday..........June 12 19 Saturday........ 27 4 Monday_______July 13 20 Tuesday........." 88 Tuesday.......--Aug 4 Wednesday.....Aug J2 19 Thursday........ 37 3 Friday..........Sept 11 ____..........- 18 Saturday........" 26 Saturday.........Oct 3 Monday.........Oct IS Monday........ 29 27 The steamers Niagara and Louisiana ore entirely new and of the largest class- The Niagara tons burthen. The Louisiana 1000 tons, built expressly for he Upper Lake Trade, and the proprietor has spared no pains or expense in making them the strongest and most comfortable passage boats on the lakes. The en- gines are low pressure, built at the Allaire works, N. York. Tlie Cabins and State Rooms are finished and umiahed ia a style of luxury and elegance surpassing anything on the western waters. Large and commo- dious Cabins are provided for tlie coin enience and comfort of emigrants and steerage passengers. The steamer Madison, Capt. J. McFadyen.long and favorably known as the mast successful Chicago Boat, having never met with an accident or lost a trip, con- tinues on this route. AGENTS. L Barker.....New Seymour-...Cleveland CL Ware----Boston  can bo't any new store in this Western country. They according to the best authority and my lions, the largest and best selected aseortmentof in Milwaukee, sifid their pi ices appear to give satisfaction among thepecple. It appears etranire, bat it is they should sell n manT Goods to so many Why yon can hardly go into any town in Wisconsin, oulw hat yon will see un- doubted evidences that they are doing a tremendon. arge business. As farout Mineral veil miles farther you will sec dry gooda barreU. hegs, fee., with Ludingtmi 4 Go's name on, whtchis a strong indication that they were sent there from their store, failed with goods. Ask Ilie principal reeidenuof Milwaukee, Washington, Dodge, Wilwortb, Portage Fonddu numerous other fonntiei. where they bny their dry goodm hardware, crockery, boots and shoes, leather.stoue ware, wooden ropes, paints, oils. ber.lathand shinglesand Horton'ti celebrated nnrivalled they will tell you at the Old Cor. ner Store" in Milwaukee. Ask them still further, where they sell their produce, wheat, corn, oats, bar- ley, tbnothy and Hax seed. beeswax, hides, Ac. who gives tliehighoM cash price, and they will tellvou LUDINGTON CO of Milwaukee. 34 general assortment ot THERMOME- TERS, from 30 below iero, op to S1A above, rec'd and for Fale by may27 m M 151 east water it Lute news from the Bio Ctrandelt Harness, Saddle subscriber Trunk Manufactary. atill in to at. tend to all calli   HARDWAKE.- Oppasitt United Slata Hotel, 1 3 7 East Water Street, BY L. J. FARWELL. O would invite the attention of wholesale and retail, to ipring gortmer.t of SHELF AND HKAVY HARD'WARB, as it surpassei every thing ever eatablhthed al the weat, and the prices on all are tow- er than ever, Buyers should remember tbtt thib establishment at the tiga of the Mill Saw. 100 ab may26 New-Yuri. April, 1845. GEO. H. HUTCHINS CO. TrOiolesalt and CsmmissioitHerjlianls No. 121 Front street, H Hutcbins, 1 NI W-TORK a. G. Hntchins, J. B.MoIony. thaEMtb; J-PDtitbto.D iaa'y IS bottles BAY WATER, rec'd and for ale by Cunningham, 151 eaat water it nro Kxcitemeat. UNCLE BEN iu on hand wnli fine an assortment of HATS and CAPS were ever exhibited in market. Fine extra Beaver, Nutra, extra article, A new alyle Summer Hats, Panamas, Leghorns without number, Large quantity of French Straw may ll B. THROOP. Something New MILWAUKEE TOBACCO FACTORY. THE subscriber would respectfully inform the citi- izensof Milwaukee, and the western world, that hehas opened an ex tensive establishment for the man- ufacture of TOBACCO, SNUFF, CIGAHS, inits various branches, and which he pledgeshimseU shallbe equal to any in thf Union. He would inodently insinuate to merchants and oth- ersnow going eautfor their 601 stocft, thattheycanget iteUer article, sad Ttove it the some money, and with the gratifying reflection that they have .upported "o July US, 184B. Waterst. westward. N. B. Allorderswillreceiveprbmptandparticnla attntton _ TO CABIIfBT MAKERS. A LARGE and iplendid lot of BLACK WALNUT VENEERS, on com- minion by D. HOMER, Huron .InMrlyoppotiU JJ. Hbtal. d7 on Unlfof b Crockery and Olasn Ware. JUST RECEIVED at the Crockery Store, a splen- did assotmer.t of CROCKERY and GLASS WARE, consisting of White, bloe, black, pink and Sprig Ware, Also, a large lotof common waie, 100 dozen Tumblers, 20 doz SauceFlatcs, 20 do Cruets, 12 dp grow ptflasks, Cut Glass Lamps, Lanterns, Specie Jars, Castore, Candlesticks, Inkstands, 4c. all of which will be aold at the lowest prices. dec24 F. J. BLAIR. fl elegant Shot Guns, do A genera! anortment of pine Tubi and Pails, iupfr nuper Cigara, dec23 for sale cheap by F.J.BLAIR. BLOWS. JAMES KMEELANU on hand and .made arrangement! for a eonttant ot the rario-ji ol celebrated 'PEEKSKfLL. PLOWS, the oeit which are acknowledged-fay al plowita uie'lriWricoliim, Ibweit market price., .B. Extra of every description may be found, tnd that the purchase of apcund of nails will be wait" ed upon a> politely the buyer of 500 ktfp. If you ttiavt Iron and Steel Here you can find all and liiei from which to make your (election. If you want Black snith Tools and Farm-- mj Ufensila, here you can suit yourself. Jf gnu leant Tinners Siock, you will find erery article bjytia' smiths in {real abundance. If you want Stoves and Every man will tell you to go to Ft.raeUt', for he lias been brought up to the and always keeps on hand from two to thousand stoves and a (tore home fall of 'Hollow Ware. If you want Saddlery Hardware, in all. its various tre-nches, you will find an entire new (tack, eluding every article ever called for by harq. inakert. If you are commencing House Keeping, Here you can find a complete assortment of furnishing He hat an eitcniive manufacturing depart- ment where may be found and manufactured to order, all kindi ol Tin, Copper, and Japanned wares. There uaually to much humbug in advertiMmenU that be will- not lay here, that he lia> the flout store, lirf. eat itock of gooda arid lowe.t of any m the oily. But would that .1 wouli b. to enumerate the and of fall in kit adr.rtiseinent, that you may look through city and then come to him and if TOO price, ai much lower u yoo will -flnd hti larger and better yon will beat medium of he can may 4 L. J. FARWZLL. CRACKERS, BotUr do. rick.w. Alio. Soft ShoU.d ie   

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