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   Milwaukee Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 22, 1852, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               YG LUME SERIES. MILWAUKEE, FRIDAY MOUSING, OCTOBEB 22, WHOLE NUMBER 2418. TRANSPORTATION. "BUFFALO IHUAGO LINE. iLTcs K1XG CO., U'AIEE ST3XET, ..-'l> TiUIUI, ASJD FOURTH .SEW BRICK BLOCK. !or.r of City Quarterly irAKUBl.Y IU ItJ THE CLI7UH o? it] sem for J i-'-i 3 dnyt, 02 75 1 ttt 1 25 j   OOI.I-AU I.BA'J'MISll All of own r. dole Leather, Also a good assortment of Prvuicb and PbUaOelphia Call And a variety of FINDINGS. April 6 MAHLER WENDT, DITORTEKS ANT1 DEALERS IS LIQUOKS, WINES, ThtT recdvo order, to be Bled by Mewrj. SCMDTIKB 4 York, (ttwtom-llouss Si Custom U..UM directly to th. puroh.- nnd accompanif d by trie Custom House Certificate of _ CT Old RectUfed Whbkey by the single, or hundrod _ TI1KOOP BAIliEY, DAT, CAP ASU PCS MANUFACTURERS, MUFFS, BUFFALO HOBES, OVERSHOES, Vitum Cloves, Ciuiet, Uinbrellaa, Silk Uandkercliifft and Cruvats. Jlata and Capi made to order on ihort notlw. rHOM TUK OOCIfTRY PROMPTLY ATtJWDKD TO. paid 'or am -----178----- Water mr27-ly Milwaukee. PIANO FOBTE MAKER, wo. ara WEST WATJSR ST. JAMES BLACKJIDRST, CotXARD COLLARD, AXD loVACR PLBTELf, PAPK'S AND J. HERTZ, PAHIS, TV. Uniform the Ladies and tien- iltrncn of this Ciry and vicinity, that he is prepared to Mnn-racture, Repair and (by tbejobor yeat.J nnd VIA Tlie follow ins First Class IIBMIUIK ilUlKSON.......I'JQP tous. 1.AI1Y EIXilN....... -5" WISCONSIN Cormnnndoil bv and careful Masters, v leave Hutiklii niid Cbicairo with piuiBtiuOiiy, on their spoctivw adviTtisk-dduys, n--. f.'llows HKNDIITK L. GoiajaMlTfT, Master. I.KA V Tuesday Tuwlay. Tuct-dny Tuesday. Tnoday. Tuesday- Tuesday Tuesday. T iwsduy Tuesday. Tuesday. Tuesday. Tuesday. Aj-rfl 13 Tuesday.. .April '2T Tu.sJuy. .May 10 Tuesday. 21 Tuesday. .July July A us. .Sept. .Supt. .flee. .Oct. .Nuv. 6 Tiitsdav. 2U Tiiosd-iy- 3 Tutfcduy. 17 Tuesday. 31 Tuesday. 1-1 TucsiUy. 23 12 Tauaday. 26 .April ..May -May .May .June .Juue .July .July .Aug. Aujf. .Out. .Nov. .Nov. Tliursday- Thursday. April t ...April 23 i? 9 Tuesday W. APPIXBY, Master. niS BUfyAlO. LI1AVES MLLWACEEE, 21 Tlmrsdnj'......May 5 TliursJny......May ID 2 Thursday......Juno 16 Thursday......June 30 Thursday......July 1C, Thursday......July 2S Thersdny......Aug. 12 Thursday......Aug. Thursday.....-Sept. 9 23 Thursday......Oct. 7 Thursd.iy......Qct- Thursday......Nov. 4 Thursday......Nov. 13 Thursday Thursday......Juue S3 Thursday......July 7 Thursday......July 22 Thursday......Aug. 5 Thursday......Aug. 10 Thursday......St-pt. 2 Thursday......Sept. lii Thursday- -Sept. 30 Thursday......Oc-U 11 Thursday......Oct. 23 Tliurwlny......Nov. II PRATT, Master. LKATE3 BCPKA10, LEAVES JIIJ Wednesday......April 7 Wediiesdaj-.. Wednesday........April SI WediiL-siliiy Weditesclny........May 10 WeOnesUuy........June 2 Wodncstlay........June Id .....Juno 30 Wednesday "Wednesdnv.. Wednesday., Wednesday.. Wednesclny.. Wednesday.. Wednesday.. Wednesday.. ssday., ,.....Julj ......July 23 .....Aug. 11 Wednesday.. Wednesday.. Wednwday.. Wednesday.. Wednesday "Wednes......... "Wednesday........XOT. 3 .....Sept. 3 Wednesday... .....Sopt. 2'2 "Wedncsdiiy... .....Oct. 6 Wednesday... .....Oct. SO Wednesday. ..April H April 23 ...May 12 ...May 2G ...June D ...June 23 ...July 7 ...July 2] ...Sept. 1 ..Sept. 35 ...Sept. ..Oct. 13 ..Ot't. 27 10 Tiie above Boats are of the brpoct oluss, arranged with a view to the express accommodation of Passengers of ail classes, affording them all tho comforts of a home and nothing will wanting on the part of the Officers of the Boats, to render the passage HErreeabie and expcditloua. For >Veight or Passagej apply on board, or to cho follow- MAXWKLL i PATTEN....BuiBlo. J.M. GKLFK1TU CO..... do H. K. JEUIM1E...........Mil-vaultee. March, 1352. apr2l' BUFFALO AND CHICAGO. 1852. LINE. The foUowing Steamboats and Propellers, Tvill form _a Tri-Weekly Line the L'Oming season, between Buffalo, Chi- cago and inrermedinte ports. Leaving the "Dock, foot of Lloyd street, Buffalo, each TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, Rt7o'clock, P.M. STEAMER JUNE SOT J. W. DUETT. LKAVE3 BUFFALO, LEAVES BUFFALO, Saturday. .April 10 Saturday........July 31 Tuesday........May 1S 7 Saturday. Thursday, TRANSPORTATION, i TRANSPORTATION. MICHIGAN Southern Bail Boad, I'lirougli to New York in 50 Hours BV DVNKIUK OR BtTF.H.0. j'v Me and ftioxl k'ziicdi'. frviii the 1 to ike E.at. Route Two tiii'ms uf Car- leave Chicago i toils- for To- ledo, connecting the fast and .splendid Steam- era Southern Michigan, Northern In- diana, and Empire State. TTfiESE biiats excel tmv evor u-f..'rr iii-.roducetl on the J. Western wuU'rs forspvL.d.comfurT and geutlL-inwil) A lino of Steamers wiil leave Toledo on the arrival of :he Curs from rlie for Clevt-lund, Ent, Dun Uirkjam! Coiiiicctiug iritli Trains of Cars, Ronninc to Cincinmti, PliilaJcIpbLi, Boston. New Yorlc, and all tlje pnn.-ipa] eiaes in the Union, ir.cluilir.s the Canadas. A Bout Itfjva MihviiukL-o Every Mommjr, lor the present, at 8 o'clock, for Pius.rni.-eriU-iuitii.-hcrc bv the Morning B.ittt, can trtUe the 9 o clock press Train the name day at Cliicapo. to T-iIedo. Thyae to lay over take the Morninjr Mall Iram at Chienso, at H X o'clock A M. Passengers gom? F-ast brthUHouto trill do will to mi before their Cio to any other Agent, and 11 ili please prccm-t- thur 1 ick- eta at the office before iroing on board. These do not se'.l any of our I wil' ticket pajscnct-rs M chop, if not cheaper tioii cjy cefehbors, if you viul only gh-onoeaeall. J. M. CRUNLMEY, General Pa-yenger A-'ent. Office one block cast of TJ. d. Hotel, cornrr of Hti- ECKFORD LINE- iVum. :it.d l ULKKALOA lady Of ST32A.1J- VTS. Hendriok Hudson. Sultana, (ilobc- Wiscosals, LJi.- wrtuid particularly l" of lilinoLri. Mali's CO CllC l.lh.-s. the ,T.iv. ch-.t r; the Pro- ny. :'-'nr ALLKN. G. B. li: lirown-bt, upstairs N. Y. i and Main a mav29 opposite die House. THROUGH Bouts to BufirJo in cor.r.oction this linn, touch at Cleveland three days In each wirck, ELS Steamer Southern Michigan...........Tucaday Suriliern Indiana............Thursday. Kmpirc stgtu................Saturday. lenvins Chicago by the Eyenlnff Train will reiicb Ck-velwid the follow-In- day M 2 P. M, m time for Uie aKcrn.wii rndn for Pitwburyli, Coiumbui and Toledo every Clevrtandon arrival of the from Und next r.inruiiiK in time tor the Morning train to FKM- Michigan Central Railroad. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Tlit Cheapest and most Roida fo." York, and Philadelphia. Two Trains a Pay from Chicago, ONE of Capt. K. B. S. "Ward's Splendid Low Pres Lake MJL-hijan Steamers ill le e tlie Mii-hfaran a fal Railroad Dock, foot of Huron Street, EVERY MOR.N- LNG, ac 8 o't-lock, L-onnectinff with the Cars at Cliic-a-ju iwi- etroit' connectiugat Detroit with the NORTH SHORE LINE, STEAMKUS BTay ower, Ocean and Atlantic, thirty -nine hours, in time tor the 5 -ipreaa Trxhi tur NL-W York and Hoiton Yorkin 5Taud Bostun fiitj-niiif hourd: ----SeptIS .....Oct 7 .Oct 25 FIE.E EEPARIMEHT. John S. FiUmorc. FIBE WJOIDENS. i5 MrfJulO. il. _J. A. rtiw'diiiiuttft Mini J. M. Ormuiuty. 'odni sliiiUcv A.tiy. 11. iL.ru., COM3UI.S. Swim-iifc Finch and rf li wkUVj RMT be seen by inquiring at hit! residence, or at HUMPSTED Iui.EV> Music Store, 192 East Water Street. ja.U __ left at either place wil] bo faithfully an romptly attended to. _ JySS tf nd prompt CARDS. A. j. uraukRis nut Oflx.'C in the COONSELLOK9, H. J. GOFF, AKB MAIrJCFACTTJIlEn of CANOIES or All. vixm, JCTD DSAUW ct Tor'- rnucr nud Willow Ware, lUlilns. Kte, Prunes, Dates and NuU, of all Idnds, Sar- kUnei, Pkktes, IlcldoU OfsKri, Lobsters, at and retail. No. 198 East Water street, 3 doom south of Wisconsin St., MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN.______ MILWAUKEE COMMERCIAli AND EWGI.ISH S G H O O L. NORTH CORNER OF SUCEIGAN MAIN STREETS, Entrance In K M. LARIGO, PROF. C. F. Milwaukee. Fab. 3. y AND Courts ui" tlw U. StaU-a. JtHOltK 7.FICE3: c. No. 1 1 1 JlllL A u f UU E. W. t IIA.UII.TON. oiU" of Wutar AT LAW, tuid Solicitturs ui Ti3J, and j No. 4, Piule, M. Y. Thursday. LJ- IS Tuesday. _., .June 5 .June 24 14 13 Tuescby........Nov. S STEAMER C. II. LVPLOW. tKATKS BUPfALO, RCFFJILO, TiiEsday.......April 20 Tuesday........Ajifj.lO Saturday........May 8 Saturday.......Aug. iiS Thursday.......May 27 Thursday.......Sept, IS Tuesday........Jur.e 15 Saturday........J uly 3 Saturday.........Oct, 23 Thursday.......July 22 Thursday........Nov. 11 PROPELLER COXALJ.Y. LKAYK3 DUFFNLO, LFAVP3 BDTFA1O, p Tucsdav........April 13 Tuesday........A.vg.3 SRturday.........May 1 BtUurday........Aug.21 Thiirsday........May 20 TuesdAv.........June 8 Tuesday.........Sept 23 SaturduV. ........June 2G Saturday........Oct, 16 Thursday........Tuly 15 Thurtday........NOT 4 PBOPELLER GEK. A. E. HAHT. DCFFALQ, BCTKALO, Thursday........April 22 Tliursday........Aug. 12 Tuesday..........May 11 Tuesday. Saturday......... May 29 Saturuav. Thursday........June 17 Thursday Tuesday........July 6 Tuesday.------ Saturday.........July 24 Saturday........Sov 13 PROPELLER G. H. LDATT3 DOCFAIO, BrFFALO, Tliursday.......April 15 Thursday.......Aug. 5 Tuesday..........May 4 Tuesday....---------Aug. 24 feturddy........SlJiy 22 Saturday Tliurtdity.......J'ane 10 Thursday Tuesday........June 29 Tuesday Saturday........July IT Saturday. PROPELLER MAY G. H. BHYA.NT, LF.AVFfl BL-FFALO, LliArES BUFFALO, Saturday........April 21 Saturday........Aug. 14 Thursday........May 13 Thursday........Sopt. 2 Tuesday.........June 1 Tuesday........ .Sept. 21 Saturday.......Jur.e ID Saturday.........Oct. 9 Thursday.........JulvS Thursday.......Oct. 2fi Tuenday .July at Tuesday........Xov. 17 PROPELLER C. >LIRSDE.H. BUFFALO, TJiAVEi DOTfAlO, Saturdav.......April 1" Saturdny.........Aug- Thursdav........Mav 6 Thursday.......Aug 25 Tuesday........Sept Saturday.........Junel2 Saturday..........Oct 2 Thursday........July 1 Thursday........Oct2: Tuesday.........July 20 .2tov 9 PROPELLER J. G. Hi-TDK. LFAVTS BCFFALO, BDFFALO, Tuctday.......April Tuesday........Aug Ic Saturday......... Muy 15 Saturday......... Sepr 4 3 Thursday.......Sept 23 Tuesdav........June 22 Tuesday.........Oct 12 SaturdAy.........July 10 Saturday........Oct 30 Thursday...... ..July 23 18 For freight or passage apply on board, or to HOLT. PALMER CO. K1MBERLY, PEASE CO. P. L. STERNBERG CO. GELSTOK EVANS. DOTJSMAN St. CO., Agents, April 1, 1852. THOS. P. WILLIAMS. 5 Milwaukee. roachuic BuflUl u'uiock morning Thrnuyh to Ne running Also couiit-'ctlnisT at Detroit .vith the Splcndi.l Low Press- ure Steainera Xeyatone State aud Uuukirk.and Stcd-mera Forest City anil U'levelaiid, CJon-laiid and the Stetu.ier Arrow f.ir San.liislq'. For tickets to LVtroit, Toledo, Saiiduaky, Cleveland. Dun- kirk or Huflalu, apply at the Mivhipui Central Kailroud Lino OrGce, opposiU1 the United Statea Hotel, liuiou Street, MiJwauUuf. Bouti aldo leave ibr Sheboygaii, Manicowocaiid Tivo Rivurs, every afternoon at o'clock. L.. H. CUT VON, Ticket Agent. NB. The undersigned is prepared to contract for ircljjht by the above '-ine to or frum New York, or to any point on Lukes MJchisfaiu Huron and Erie. J. K. GOOD1U.CH. Frriglit May 26. __ Office Middli- Pier, H- A-M1 STK U. ON Sept. 30 Oct. 19 Nov. C RELLOGO, STRONG CO., having teen constitut- ed Apents for Lhe.ibove lines, are prepared to for- ward Goods, Wares, from or to any points Easr. "We are also prepared to forward Fright to all port" lie- tween Chicago and Shehoygan, wiSa at the vveat rales. give ua a uill bftfaro contracting elsewhere. __ _ 1852. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. X anil moat expeditious route to 1VKW liO-Sl'O.'V AiN t> I'll 1LA- via J. W. 1'ATTKS Co-. iLir'i luc.i.ir-'C" T.roy Torf sUp, V.'KSTEllN K. NORTON. Co, Cliifcijro. JOHN HALE. MANNING. ?t C.-j, Korjwluv. O. K1RKI, A. A. SMALLV i: Co, H m STliOA'G Storage, Forwarilin? and -Cuuimissioa MERCHANTS, AT THE MIDDLE PiKH, TOOT OF I1L17ON.ST. T11E Pier lias inadc way con. L ITTirt'- ut' pro n uli tcr the mo ayer.cy ol' ihu poi-tJUJon Couipnny,   StalO Stark packascs T. i 1 N. Y. STATK.MKNi THOS. 1s MEE CHANT. (LATK WILLIAMS ,t CO..) AT THK OLD STAND. 1852, 18r52. FULTON LINE. AT.T, PHOPEBIY on tko ERIE OAUAL ISS'JEEB Fnriiirui-.- ftrd lo ;i' ptocc.i on the Krio and Ciir.l.J, IVr: j .m Laku> Ei-ip and the L'p-per PEOPHIZTOSS. ET.I.JS. i- co.. ITo. 6 asd 7 Ohio Buildings, 'foot of Strait 3OTTAIO. __ AGKNT-j. V-ir.. TIIK VKAU IMj JA.NLAUY 'jllicol 1 T'-' en nj.vlo in ;il Oi_-h Ad JIU-..SLI, N.- ances siadi- on Prr.per.v in American Express Company, 1S53. CKAS. A. FOLGKR A: CO., 101 Tier. All BROWS loot ol' E.vit Wau-r ti-o the h-'np .'i' ofl.il'.1 h.-nl, f-'IMl ol Albany and Lin ptod) focr of llrosil-it Tiiw Boar-.." liiii N. Y. mar'.s COPARTNERSHIP. THE t j of CAPITAL TO New York, Buffalo, Dunkirk- Cincinnati Chicago. St. Louis, and intermediate places. will Icnvi? Jailv, {Sundavj pxccp- fur S'L-W York aiitl inrcru-i'-Jh'.' i-laros. Also to boygan il.iv. Kxpn-s-a is in of -i-.-.ilL-l v.'izh inv.i ior the safety or' valuable entr-.iMt'd to thuir pri-.TiUK-ro.ta FARC10 CO.. WELLS, BUTrEBKIKLTi i CO., York. TT.1I. C. A sent. _________ liin-on-.t., .Xlilw-iuku.'. H. H. AL1JH1OHT.] [B. K. CKOSHV AZilililG'JT A; C31OSJ3V, to A. A. Co..l Comniissiou aiifl Shipping iHerclian'-s GENERAL" AGENTS. ALSO DTCALERS IN PICKEREL, TROUT WHITE-riSH. AIJO tmnter, Shingles, SMngto Bolts and Cedar Posts J. W. WARD, Arelii.ect and Designer. aidinUr, is an AroWtect and DoBigner. He wiilajflp cut in wood, attbc shortest notice, kittra, slgna, dovira SioJ of sorU Md sizes, an cheap th M IA Ji.illN IN Kii.i.r.y. JONAS VEAJt A: ON Fox Hirer and Winncbago Lake, IS CONNECTION 1'KAK, DAT CO. Mun-liaii.-li.Tt; iL-lv b" i-tir nu-i 'r-oata tii .Appk-ton, Cl.nto, Kond un Lau, Munailia, Ne-.-ii.Ui, srroiisr's Lnr.ii- l.ingj Mark Peali, Dny i Co." U.K. PEAK.] UKEKN HAY, W1S. [H. CHAPPELL PETKK DELAMATKR. (9 R S.- JOHN S. LAKE. 3. BAXTER Vice Pi JACOB Trort-surGr. JAMES DOUGKRV, Secrc-t.r.y. ,v i.-. y.-i Dll., j n.- ,K li.vir H'. I1 R E F E R E .V C E .S ;ru'.u'rs sppointril C'luiptvn'.k-i- uf lix TAPSCOTT .V CO'sl General auil Foreim AGENCY. NEW-YOKK r "W. J. T. Tapscott 4: Co., LIVERPOOL: Tapacott Co., Affcnt, Mihvaukee. A. Aucuatus Pottk'a, E. appoimril A. W-iMi, Ca.iln.-r of ilic B-ink of Ltir.aiiUvjpKh, j i ...-h Da-vior. i: Front-31, A.'l'. Halitf.s Sq, Cashiw '.-ftnk ot'N. Y- o.m G. Murray Co 2T3 H-iward, Esq., Irving Huud.1, liilip Wnter, Esq., Vrctiit-st. Siii-iict-r, s3 lionws W. Oloctr, Es.., Trei't M. f. 13., hurlow Wood, Esq, Via. M. Gis-iily, :a Kiiid, Eiq Jra J-itioe the SupriMUti Cov-rt, Ion. JnV.n K. Porter, [on. Dtfcdatm Wright, Hi 1852. IS 52. TracsporJalioa CP. CO., f.i O. N. CHAPIN CO -ai., Buflalo. Albany ndisn and p report y fcrv.-arii.id from Boston, hia, York and to the V.'oitern ntiei SUp. >OR rJHCIl.N RAILROAD, TTOli.it. ON OCfce comer Main and Hu FLORENCE Jt IL. L. .UUOWN1C, MilivaukDe. M is- liliVliU, IV. Milwaukee, Wihcpn- wloon Avennc, oppusite S. Hotel, BUHVACKJSE, WISCONSIN. gf OYSTERS'and GAME, and the of LIQUORS coiiautnUy onhalid. try LUNCH at 10 o'clock, A. M. Nltcht Lunch from F. H. STRAFPORD. MITCnKI.1. HTKCVKIl. HTATKS a Avenue. trAI.TUM SHIP CHANDLERY AHU SAIL LOFT, Jtrte Mtntei, 'f Bine Wore- THE tmderslirned still continues the business of at his stand on afreet, next west of the Warehouse, wnerp Manilla, and Tarred Hope, aB sttes, Hull, bakrnii, Chains, Anchor Blocks, and 41 good. f" 3VEW At the Red Warehouse Milw'kec, BROWN LARKIA1, Produce, Storage, Forwarding, AXD MEJICHAXXB. and Boars leave New 7, C T. H. N HOLT and I. B. TICSSEY, Agcnla, 9 Cocn- ties Slip, 31. Y. kcr's Point Bridge, would nnnotmce to their numerous frieuda and customers, that thej nre now doubly prepared to serre .them promptly and efficiently, in every brancb-of tion will be given to PUHCHASISC and G T.VLLE AT and other Produce for dealers in this i also, to Storing -VVlieot 'for Merchants and Farmers, on the most favorable terms. The business of Receiving and Forwarding Merchandize for Merchants and others, in the city and country, is par- ticniarly solicited, to which careful ar.d prompt attention will Rt all times be given. In disposing of Prope Commission, our effort w the market, and make quick and accurate returns for the -VTM. BRO'WN, formerly of Albany. CHAELES H. LABKDf. Milwaukee, 8uly 15, 1851. perty entrusted to us to be solrt on effort will be to obtain tlie boat price in U. S. Uloek. EM OTTO MS.UIWAKTZ, Clock, 3rd floor, East WsMr HOUSE, SQDAJJLK, Ko. ..I BKATTLK 4 OPTOalTK i, EaiTTLE STREET CHUHCH, BOSTON, ALANSON LONfi. KEPTOH.SVTMCTI.T. TKMPEBANCE PH1NC1TLES. QiTK OF MOOT WOLAK HOTELS BOSTpV. JB29 CLOTH HOUSE. TTTT- S.' to the Trad, at W thin purchased to ih. City, BUc and Fane. Blfc and Fancr CsssinMm and Doe Skins; 82k, and Cash- mm Uneu Drills and Coat 3ic. New York and Cincinnati Line. CHAMBEBLIN, LEE CO, Tork, LEE, ABE1J. t CO Buffalo, 5 Proprietors. NO XlaAXSDXPMEIiJT AT AX.BATTX' OH FALL N AND AFTER FRIDAY OCTOBER lat, TRAINS Mill ran aa follows GOING EAST: lit Passenger Train, leave Ogdeniburgh........ 9 A. M- Arrive at Rouut'a Point..................1 43 P. M. 2d PaasEngcr Traia, leave Ogiiunaburgh........ i P. M. Arrive at Rouse's Point...................if i'0 P.M. GOING WEST: Passenger Train, leave Rouse's Pcuifi........ S A. M. Arrive at 50 K M. 3d PasscnirerTrain, l.avo Rouse's Pr.int........ 3P.M. Arrive at P. M. FIRST PASSENGER TRAIN GOING EAST: Connects at Mooers with the rJaltabUTgh and Montreal Railroad ibr Montreal ttiul Quiibec, and Plaits burg, Burlin? ton, nnd ac Pome witJi the Vtrmnut Central Railroitd for Boitoa and N.'w connects at PuUuivith Rutland and Burlington Railrcad, by to Burlington, and thrtice to Hoi- ton ar.d New 1'orli. SECOND PASSENGER TRAIN GOING HAST: Connects with the Plattaburgh ;ind Montreal Railrcnd at for Montreal and wi'h the Ver- mont Central Railroad for Boston, Burlington nnd New with the Stpamboau to Whitehall, thence by the Saratoga, and Troy Railroads, to Saratoga Sj-rintH, Troy and New York. Connectsbv Steamboat with Riit- land and Burlington KaUroad at Burlington, for Boa- toaaiid New York. FfRST PASSENGER TRAIN GOING WEST: Connect.-! at the Eipress Lino of Lake Ontario Steamers at I o'clock P. M. ior KiajMtun, Toronto, Hamilton, Niagara Falls, andDulhilo. SECOND PASSENGER. THAIN GOING WEST: Connects with Ontario Line of Steamers for Tiiny iton and porta on. the Amerk-un Shore of Lake Ouurio, and with Hamilton. Four Freight Trains leave Ogdensburgh and BOOM s Point everv dav, excepted- For Freight applv co Georgp V. Hoyle, Agent. s Point, or to H. P. CHtntCR Detroit. CHARLES L. SCHLATTKB, octl-i-dtf______ and 1S52. ____ ERIE CA.VAL XKASSPOKXAXIOTT. TROT AiND ERIE LINE. CA.WP co., to thn late firm of Stockley, Dickin- son ii Co.) Forwarding and CoBimis.sion MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN Bolivar and Rochester Coal, i. OHIO. P. VrillUvo., and Kc'Jr rriHT, nndcrsiraiid wen Wrfsi.'ficifullv solicit i of dealers in anil t--.mJimii.-rj of Coal our Card, nd Above. Tho Itoiimr Cud w u he ailcndoi iim-stionnVi! freight or Passage, apply to CHA.MBEHLE4, No. I, Coenties Slip, N. Y. MsrU pactagea N. Y. fc Cin. Line." "Atiriil. ur D'.iir.o-ritj .-ui.i I'.ir stcfljn pur is bujwrior to any UrLir his llad-iptiKl to Shipping-, as iti hanlnesa ren mou-it or handling, -willi iwiiiderablv flhtajjl-r tha dcrsit capable ol' ueanniany1 out ivijte. Jc Brier mil, and tor is l-f-Xve. I: ia our -.vliii M introdiire arik'ie, and fullv solicit orders. tliat n trial 13 o ro convince of tbe ti-utii or" the above _ CAMP i ,1. .V ,.i i .Mi- I'mlv. U'AHSICK, ri'P-iiili'i.t. dtMir tn W.J, Jatlian Dauchy. Esq.. Prosuloat bank of Troy. i. X. Look-wood, Vici' do. Jo .is. Solvionhoviiii, Edq Tres't ot :ilds Plum, E-tj. Prcs'tCoium.-rcIal Loom is, K-iq jijofpe Gould, -le-i S. Coloman, H.tight irs. i ilbs Dorlon. Esq., Mansion liram Slccum, Ion. Job Ion. Dwid L ion. Wiliiam H. Van SchcorJioven, 12on. P. Oilice en RicIiArd-Street, BuUdiiig, up riiairs Lan-iiigburifh, County, Yur'a. to bo niads to, and PolioU'S i'iued by ALLKN A'.-oiu. At liilwauUco Insurance No. -1. Ph-er-ixBuUdinif. iniiln, Kun.irmv, L-O, arc. Also, Oil Si. V. Tl.rull. V.'iilJnm A. W.-. WILL-A Mihv Ni'.TON, Ain-nt, 17W Knjt Wmor rt AGEIVCV. Mutaiil Benefii Lite Insurance Company, OF J. Capital .Accumulated 1ST' miiE hiwins b-en duly authwri.w.1 ro GENERAL IKSURAXCE AGENCY KIlSBY'Si IJ3.0CK, Hcii'i Ztooni. C. J. FOR SALE, TO-LET. TO PRINTERS. J.-OK SACK, At tlie Manufacturers frica, aitil- itiff Transportation mily, l DOUBLE SDl'EK IIOTAI PHESS, (nowputpnt) I DOUBLE MEDIUM PRliSS, (MIT patent.) r 1 tux Prosr.cs nro of n now anil Improved stylo, and i oan nuld irmoli tliii old stylo. (Washington or Smith Proisfii.) They ai v niucli mote HimplL1, woriceasier, unil trtvo3i' tuns muri-uriM-tiro "i'll thtf amount of ronnirej uiiontlii; oM stvlo IVm, ami lia.u been pro- nouiiiMMl by liuinln-ili, wlio ti'stuil tllom, tbe beat FroM ever invented. Uiiu of ilcstmutton i-nti bu mien nt tho otilcu of th. "Wiwomln liaiuiiT." "Wo IIAYL' iHi tmiKl rvn liuiwriiil PrnM, tor sal. Also, sovnral fonts ol' Job Tvpr, and a variety of oapdj, ete. STAHK i CO, Milwaukee, Sent. 3d. 1S5'J. Junoail block. __________Jlf MilwiiukfC Nursery for Sale. THE oiKir fop their NUn.naj.JV Sicily, c.jnuilitinj; :iS UL-PUS oflund, wWi SWT of I'rom oufl to flvt) ears' prou-tii. und'J or Stiuidiivd Trees of Apple. I'ciir, l.'lii-rrv, Phni) ami IJulnc'.'. 11 majority of whlcll aM In Ix-ariiig lioiv, tint tlw quiUILy ottho Irultcon ehenhen', Hi" only InduiMmhnU we liavo tho biialnM in and uur riiTV suii'k jjrolmWy, any Nuratp lu Hi. N.irscrv Is sltuMwl 2M iniiin to lunl a fcw. -roda from ll Sl.l tlw SUU, and Counh- Fdr. tobi'iidiithliiKnll. If not solil liy 1st Novamber, lofloi- our Ibraalrnt extremely low rates, nnd vnnTY hk-h will wil. Sorno of them haru to moved hv tho IMh Oct. Any Information wantciHrfll bo Riven M U SUTMi-r. or tho MihmukfC. Sept. 7, 131ifcCn4.R STJiAW K.XSJNE IIHE SUBSCRIBER. Gull! roil .TO TO CHARGE HI9 llrst rate btcain KliRlus. tiioHitunia necessary to put tha same lu tiwtber vlth tlie Machinery of u Srtua oix'rtition. JU11. u- nunii n o IM.S bcvn used nbom ono >oa, to drivo n Mulloy Saw. I jith :i.Tv, .Xto., In pino lumbdr, or la JU11. Thu- Enuinii in of tlw opproved patlltu, anil IIM.S bcvn used nbom ono >oar, of suniclont capwer suluiWe lor a Steam FlouHiiir Mill. Tim Enrino, 1 Heater, and will he from tL------ oliincrv, if desin'd. furthoi- piu-tinulfsrs, onuulro ol the Hulim-riber, at jioeheator, ILiclne Counry, Wls., Tsnflre Y 'ffli BELDKN. FOR SALE AT TUU UEPOSITOKY ON SPJlIiVO Two Horw hunff OD 4 heav two Horso Lumber 1 Two CulltiirniA Wuppons. Twoono Horso Lmnlwr WnErgonfl. Two socond luunl 0110 Hunt- Lumljer Also, hOVt-nU soconij liiind with and vvlUiow Call nnd MC. JOHN all ofnhk'h will be i-l.i- TRESOMT HOUSE TO LET. Aiuorlcan HOUM. .'NK AND ta in tlia Ftnt U'i'v, A uii bond and jpJL FOU NAJLJI. A one ol' the inonl d-j iinl. "irli lj til: troun 'Uii- puit mont-j iviay t r 11 term ANo -n'vt'riiJ Li'ls noith of DlviiUm titrcct, ItU-U-xt Ward. AlsD. two Hour's mid Lota ph-aiiantly louuLcii In tlio oorid Wood fijnp mllm from the on a plonk jiitl. Lota near tliocity. v to Wbconain For Sale, Sutry and a linlfttOUSB ou Ji-fflirton dnors from WUcusislii at 1'nur Ilootn id ilo.ir. -vlrh n ihM HJtdioft Slzo lot LVU.IG u rniii'MPiliinlotlilUoIj'. OliO. M. CDLOATl'i, 137 limt Water Htfe-H. IN TI1K nttmitod Wnrd, thu llut u Morkot on Iwi-il ninnitiff iU ilmo.nnil is well I'm- u Sfureor Dwelling House, mid wlU n bnpgwin. For mrtlfuluriipply to r twwli boVM oVtu'rii, rortwrtno Ku- quircon thi- niftT SI-TWII. iKant'LoixJ.Nb'KOOMS, in Uio 3.1 4tor of GtiDilnll'tf Hltx-U. Cood uotglibort on t fl.H.P.anrt OOOPALL., Frame UuiUl- lay, AiiBiMt 17111, at II) VIovli. kfl N- NAZHO 141 Kiint YupiU ofKM Wwt ,100. r injc Four Thuu- part ot Tunaraclc Ht. THK Fint nt in tlui st'try ot ihu an exMllcnt J.II.TWUK KENT. 4 HIllOM 11-jnw itilmlil" I'ni- n bftnrdlUR: house. i mi t.iw drmr from llw Ton t-uiilc _ CM A1 Mi- "S4; tlinDtyof.V j'V UlllL-ll Hll'lV tllOll-IUIll lU Imrjraln, br (.un 1} it'll) M Ithlu 3 11UO. K. U. DAY. C'ity, I" nnlahbor- J. of tho aryiUi-'Jtlona for [joliu-lea :or A'] pitiTiL'Uts nil p lx> miili! to them. Uilicu of Main and M'bcccaul-.ra. fti-0 Bjinli.conio: BLOPSHM H. CO. Madison Mulual Insurance TIIADlSOJi. rrull'. iindi.nisTicd, been au- OJ: 1111'. iindi.niSTlcd, been nr.poinu-i au-OIU-i. sir-1' pared to revive t-.r rtarins. JliiTOuicc April 22. BI.OiSOM Ki CO. I-'iUlu IN.-rUK j MOXTCuMKK'i MI.'Ti'.U. ISi U. S. I.ll-'K NCK iiK.u.'i'ii N. Y. I'. ;--l-i'v IW.IIWI e V CO. WELLS HILL, Produce CommLssion Merchants, DOUMOAN i CO., Agents, Milwaukee. 1852. DOUSMAN CO., A NO coiamissnuin J, Mtwral Maortment of Trimmtngs. or Credit. lnT.5 HI to and halt KHIBEHLT, PEASE CO, ASA C. TEFKT, 23 Slip, X.Y. J. H. HOORE, SUp by Trov and Erie Line To er Aprils. Cliamtoerlin. tee Company-s FREIGHT EXPRESS. DANIEL Jr.. Whe.it, Oats, Liberal caUi iilranc.d or by our Perk, I.li'd, HORATIO I1ILL Pii? Irun, Shot, Snlr. Coal, Bried Fruits Witter Ltmo. m.v'.? protiue.N nciv or old by at Uuii'idG, York and Boston D. NEWHALL, COMMISSION MERCHANT, WHEAT, OATS.VAHLEY. COR s and FLOUR 1852. 1852. Uaion Transportation Company, 3Iarino and Fire Insurance to otf.-.-: Insnr.incu bolli J_ and l-'irl- money cw ats operitioni, in bj to Spo'dal rates cf intcrcit allnvrcii u the prLnciijal ciiics tb< f.-.-: Insnr.incu n HVoral tum il ocl-.- T! 'irrii Union r fo liai (.1- u.-i: i.'h. roido to anv part nf firltuin and T.v- land. A. MITCHELL, S.icr.'tnry. tNION INSURANCE FORT PLAIK, NEW YORK. t'APITAJL STOCK................S 11 l.ii.-in r :.'.i.l ahwiu A Hi. tiencral Agency, Inoon rfllUS Company ISJUCM policies on all p J_ Ic-ys ordamaSL- by iu-o, M'< on tlie OQ roaaonjibie torms. p. G. JcatiH CCOK, KLLIS TVORTHIWGTON. Oflioe corner of Ei-it ton's Biock, "LOOK OUT; 1 HI'OS i THE SHOP. oin FIRE INSDBASCB Offlco liiS.E.ift Wnior ,7 I" Sliim'mk...'. Ior .ni ih- Hnr--SIi...-iii-i .'ic 'I-- ..I'.li- ill tin- Ullion, Iw loci. ir- A-ilt'8, 3TO, E'tuit Wator tt. iitJGi-STORE. "t Q j. c. DOWE, ItJETAIt DRUG HOUSE, .110. IMS KANT STRHKT, IMAKTIN'S lll.OCK, MILWAUKKK.) il, a ftt'l TI'VT rvivlvoil, m 1 Moillrfn. Piilnt ni fri'uli (wsortmoiit Diws Olla and Dyr nral Slmkor of all di'-iiTmtiiiiirt; a j-t'CJit variety iirncl.'d ior Lowther Collingbourn, Imilalors of U'ood anil Marble, Hoiisf, Sign, Cnrrlngo and Ornamental PAINTERS, x., Ftf No 1 MIi-hiKBii-tt., J. l.oWTHKlt, Wall Coloring douo to order. pitOHiU' tlm liitnk. T. COU.INOHOUON. Mark piciages C, 5: Go's SUJJP UAII.T BY I.IXE OF Foot of Couitland Screcc, Yorfc. ASK Agwnt, No. 1, Coec- TV CO., or' Oi iliiicn SilUl', on Huron, AMKri 15. MICKEY. General Land Agency. pally ccoSncrd to Udi StaM, P. 13 -HILL, 7. 9 S DAGGE1T, PrcYt G. J- JrOWLKH, Agent ml I.r'.< of the City ii .i vartiiit Lotit for S-tle i -b Ward. I REI'OSITOKY. .1 SuhBornuT would n. t'totlio Mil- _ and It vfaiinif.y, tliat lujluwl: icw and bulMintj on i' iviiisru intondu fo Ilffp tm lwu.il of IIUOUIKH and CAK1UACKH. Hr''J tn -andoMod lowest rati-.. caili. on f nil Uindi. Ciiorgi'ii ronnonnbl JylMly .10IIS OGDKM. I ___ MOI.rAKS tolow ti. L. WEBB. At tlw Blue Warohotuw. 30 C-OJIMON y.AMP BE..10K.   

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