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Milwaukie Commercial Herald (Newspaper) - August 28, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin MILWAUKIE COM! TOL. I, HTAHR.] --TRI-WEEKLY.- MIL.WAUK1E, W. T.----WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28, ISH. THE COMMERCIAL IIKUALi) M U. ft f i JX m i j> t 1 f el r f Jv r ei 1. I i M It i i 1 M -I 1 t i II t 4 J 1 11 iln J It I I n I i j 11 1 JJ u ,1 I I U 111 1 k! V I I I K I i t V, t. 1 J. A .ARNOLD Co, Dei lers m Goods, Groceries, Crockery, llaid Waie, Boots Shoes, etc etc. L J. II GBY, Dea er in Drv Grocpnes, Hardware, Drugs, Paints, Oils, e Wood-, Suffs, Books, and Sta- t nery C ineroj Water and j rats, Mil WAOKIE. J BROWN, Cibnct and Chair Ala lufdcturer, in Rogers' B Wesiside ol ihe River, at the sign of ill- Chair All kinds ol Building, Jobbing1, D .iitin2, done in the stjle Collins made to order 1 llf Vil NiVl 'YR1NL ck build ng, c i rnprof Wiseon- Mt ..ml Main stieeti JOHN F RAGUE Auc. lor and Water eft. Milw.sukie fim52 BACON, DAVIS Wh Ic-silt nrnx ers, iind nriiniibsion meicharits, .N ;U India hlrt'el, Boston jy8 j r ro h nrnl rt t ul dc tilers in Iron, Steel, N ils, ,md Glasi, rs north oi tue Cottage Inn, Milvviukie 't' mall-Ill 1'- 1 Lli.S A. I u Fittii h and Gc rnnn Fincy n e U t-" i t M iv so A1 ilu n ML I m- i n i )i th i t iht. oil ge Inn, TasiAV I iilxM, rl R Whirlei ii b u ISA VAGI i M I'uSlu rs Ins to draw d (i nmrlo s, le s md r ontr Ic 1.1 i .id, nou Icdjjnu nts deeds arid i i r insti utsu ill- nf w it i n irinnni'-lc) o iths ii1 itid IMVP teitiluates uridei rutt b oi OA 'ui .i< n ind lion ctrptanc l-n i uiiiii' icci .ind send mionn.i 11 i In jit rile r -ltd in nn v p irt of the L il p.nd, v. ill re- (i I'll nt ot O" CP m the 11 i 1 i lit'innr ovt r L I I Iioby b "-tore jj !J i' ll L Jl t, J ion-., on commission ior t lie t j 17 _ ROOD Co's, (HO -100 biiirels Smith i jst received in cr> sijrnment, and for tale L FDiNG'lON _ VAJf f -P u.ire of overy 11 and for alt> by F WARDiNliR i riidlitieb and si? Jfiav ni r Mill b ones, for L Co iS'Jivij'i i qi intily ot at the oid Iloj'C'is IN A M'CLURC A 1 j.iN i r.nl- tub andf-tiui is wliole ile i. oi lei ul ai Jji j nee-, at the York Groren i3 t i LAMPS sold >s )rtnic_n tetail at rheap i.uJe 'iiher at n hole TVYP 'fc Co's Kli> DUlLO i luJNte loi loaf biead, hot bteakl.'st rakf, huckwheit s, (Lc., can be had OnnniPdlnni's sugar house and maple for "i1-1 r'ie-ip at ______JOHN THOMSON S _ Liff-nrn, Hio, St Donnn fro, Maraoaibo, ind Gnvf i n t lert lot TJlOMbbEN ORK. htiiiis, al> ulot )fc. tnac Uerel, t odfish, cheese, butter, lard nnd pi VISIOTIPS of any Mnd iV Cc s, constantly on hand and very low b the barrel, if from the pier JOHN WINTER. TTMO "A JN D O R A N GE fe aSboiesl oi sale at the New York Grocery Store mne 122 3 PiKLfe b pntent all sizes 5 for sale at the? Milw.iul lion Stnie 27____NAZRO tl JLLNG. 1 l> JU( I'- ll 1 A llll ._, vviiiw V. ii Mortnage', Bonds, Leases, i'. iKcj u uent of the IK In their rtiiis r niths, p >li i hills ot li 111150 and pionimissoiy n i iviu-p n mont Und non .icct pt II imiii'1 ii corps and inlortn i li n to pr-rsnn in nny ]i.irt ol the U btitrs I1 (ii ilw i v s hi 1 in d it the office of (lie I ifivic'r of Diiclt, near the Court lint se, lu "N'S, NCR LOAIPA NY Tl iin cciui niir i cflpci Ji. e in no h A 11 inc. .ind File ilcp.minent's en i 'c t "i ins T ilso i c f eiv c. on i ui I u n ic i othe, monic (i tlu'ii ch.utet iiey art authorized i ii-i L.I i.'1 ULSOI i ilcre- l allowedon sumb de I c.t' llH s (U JV 1 I Oil s 01 New Yoik Detioi', Mid Ji'i nlsodnfts iii t til iMii en Lit hind i 1 cl nue on the priucipil ciliesof the Union, I to I 'i id i low r.nos j 1! mi i iticesmrc'c lo any part of Great Britain oi 1 c.1 ind ALEX MITCHELL, Si-c'y ADI Id soutTi, Mad Jir i for s.iJe by _ M u] _ N AZRO K11NG I ft L1 re d i J tr..e 1 it Jliif rut (oli ic n nt 4c per at JOM'W 3 C hp-ipside. bAlJDLERb (.oinplPie dbsoiunen oi llaincss 1 i imri mjsji i sale ver} oppos.it iheCotinge Inn bj BYRON CO VlllJi Hay scales" mill do, wiifhon'-e do, 'ornlrr do jyl5 HOLT ON c GOODALL afftg_ L c.ui b iv tht b< st ,irt cle --perin oil in this 'burgh' it Cu mingham's New Drug Store, so say tint lave used it iyl i Drouth Tif the _ ___ _______ OLU cusl OMFR s new lot of tea, some of b-upenor quilitv le, reued, by JOHN W1MER RNfCK A7lJryTn'rtobn-c'o stintly on hand .ipd for stir- it JNo S Cli-ap fetde _ ____ JOJYCS A. CROS_S__ AMP WICKS Ariranel. b icon, met ir imp by the or doz at Cunning- Drui; Store "i IlOCKIIKY. 10 crates, cro 3kcry compri- _; sinij every vaneK for sale in ay 20 _ _" T. WAR ONER bale or liam's qndnt't very low at Cunning jvl V. MU No chums, for sale by F GARDNER H CIIC AR tons O no gnndatouts on i on- stiment loi for -h LEWIS LA hi dssoiied sizes, lor i bale by _ DAGCETT RICHARDSON Hi- Bl ie seel mixed, blauu and Gucti m ied by DAftCCT_T It 3 7V sin ill let oi HJsLWoud Clocks, ar or sale bv superior lo t ir sale by colorsTlOlA for hale very I by ____DAGGETT RICTIARDSCrV _ FULL assoriinent ol biuc clc uilisc-iut tneres foi sale chcrip at the croc Keiy S oic 1 Cheaps de auasJO _ F J BLAIR__ t ANK TsOTC UEFECrO IS, Afloat ore, Pic 01 al Bib e No 5, Minor Li- braiv Just recenrl
fire are invited to ap- ply o the subscribe r, who ib authorized to I I I 1' IVIHl i .11 I P0' -ies without delay A1U'' a si 3m JAMES S BAKER. Agent tin- tote-1 c.4l i-siate i 12-1 f 'l Pi HOTELT10-V FIHK MARINE IN- SURANCE OF IIART- I'O continue t) insure M" on Builmngs.Milis, Furniture, AT b or in Pro- due up.n inland naviganon DIRECTORS. W EM SWORTH, B W. GREENI., DA ILL, W CLAHK, WILUS THRALL, CH, m r, L. ELLLRY HILI s, W> KI.LLOG, EDMUND G. HOWE, Eu- HA PECK, A G. HAZARD, Jnu i WAHBCSTON, WM. A. WARDJ TB MAS BBLKVAP, EISA STRONG, LEMUEL HCMPHKEY. DANIEL W CLARK, President. V'K. GONKXR, Secifetary. JAMES 8. BAKER, Apent ilwtukie, May SO, 1844. ly ft ftreett, f J tilatr VV T r mined 10 refer lo r it cv uc ____ Afool The highest rash pi ices w ill b paid for any quantity of wool bv subsciibe _ _ J W 1LASS1 00 boxes McCully's assorted size ]ust received and for "ale Jew by NAZRO KING. _ 11G York sleara aodacrackors for aa e at Is 3d. Also, prime mackerel in kids3 smobad salmon, rhocolate audcocoa _ JOHN WJNTER. BLACKSMITH 'Sir A good assort nientof bl.icksmith bellows, anvils, vices, and hammerb can befojnd at the Milwaukie Iron Store. NAZRO KING of I "RRAH True Guide theLadie's wori lable book J ist received nnd lor si'e at Hal bookstore article ot taul enis can be h.id at the crockery store No. 1 Cheap- TusSO P ____ unproved ini'al sucking and ciy dy made meal bajfs at JOiNKS A CROSb. No 3 Cheapiide. U PERI OR Maca.boy an 1 Nat< hitochet tie sriuff, G Alillers jars snuff at JONES No 3 Cheapiide. ny hard v oo ihe Milwjukie saw m for which cash ill be by anS947tf _ _C. YiEOonsin Water st JulySt _______F._J._BLAIR. BAR SOAP for sale by he box, at J. R. Riemer's Temperam e Grocery, No. 7 Cheapside.____________________________jy31 by Maj. "W C Harris, a new and interesting work Just received at Bale's Bookstore. O L s-ureTcure for Consamption, for sale at the Stationers Hall. _________________________ROOD Co. P' APEH HANGINGS.-Fire boards apd Scenery this day rec'd, and for sale cheap at the Stationer Hall. ROOD Co. ARTIN CHUZZLE for cents. Just received and for sale at kiln dried lumber for sale at the planing mill on the oan.il cheap 'or tnanpv -nay PER CIA'S HEWITT Of all km s, and chocolate rai- sins, root gineer, s soap. aro offered at low rates, t A.G DA YANS. may ,15 '44. Dei ,ey's co mrterc'l block JUSTTeceived bj sle imer Bunker Hill, 1000 Ibs dried beet, 25 bush white beans, 100 bush dried apj lea. MA SBETT
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