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Milwaukie Commercial Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin MILWAUKIE JI, --TBI.WEEKL.Y. JMUltfMA MTAKK CO.] MILWAUKIE, TV. T.----WBPBHESPAY HORNING, OCTOBER I 844- UlltKCTOItY. l fur FIVE of Br K.-t Water stree W. T. JULtt'ti'MJL lly O. Wall. ttf'JOMIl Ml W.lKl.ic, W. T N uuv 0V W t M; It By it W. VI V ixni A I T J-itfiv K.J .1 Wairr riirt-i, M imtitf V- eel W I' Miehi; an ie, W.T wf? K H if tit rut Hexttn llvttt L. J. IIIGBY, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, ;rockery, Drugs, Medicines Paints, Oils, )ye Wouis, Dye Studs, Books and Sta- tionery: of Water and Wisconsin W ISC O JX S J A' MARNE F COMPANY. OAice in the brick building, cornerof Wiscon- sin and Main streets. Auction am1 Commission Room East Water Milwaukie. 6m52 iliiwiuliie WliuK'.-iitle gMP.ers, und commission merchants, No. 3i IIK.I.-I street, Boston. DUllUAM'li UAVIM, JRSCPH A J ii AM E a t.iid retail dealers in Iron, Steel, Wails, and j also a general assortment el' Heavy i-.nd Shelf Hardware, Water street, U doors north of the Cottage inn, Mitwaukie T. inaiil-ll Dealer in English, French arid German Fancy Goods, Perfumery and Jewelry, Watches, docks, Watches and Clocks repaired at Ihe sliorles notice one door west of Dewey't ar "A ol.iin- juuvid ,1 i .1 (Jommrrcial Block, Milwaukie, W.T. (-AUV i T .I.I..1-. rfi.vl I' iti-iu net' I Dealer in I TV Goods, Hardware, Orocli A- aiih T. -t A KM, is. i a in.. Orockerv UrocL-ries, Mediuinfs, Dve Woods, Dye Oils, Putty. Glass, Iron, Corner oi East Wa- ter :md Mii-higa'n si.. Mihvankir W. T. t, H rt- n M A' t i. ii i .Mi! >v i Ii h i" r u i.'ii ts 11 I S l.i S r, i Jy 1" I. J Ji N- M. IV J l L Pi J i i j K I j. i. ri'.i Mi .'ii.it' r i- .TV 103. tvn.l.t MS .v H Y. ..r u.i jr...-- N" 11''.'Pr ml ft t u t call i ir jjui 'y I H FIN' M A Ct ARLKS. C. SAVAGE, i ]'ui> Ins services to draw bunds, contracts. (o lal e acknowledgments of deeds and T iiiHlr iments of wrilmyviflminisU'r oiUhs i ull'n nvits mid pivi- certificates under HIM I, t bills of ejtchancre promissory fur u Jti piiyiiii'nt ;md Jion v.'iil :il-iu rec'irds, ;irul send iril'nrma- (in to p'lS'ins interested in any pnrl oi'lho 1'inh'd Status. LI-tiers, pttstiicrp piiicl, will iv- P M. firon ;it atti'ntinii. Oflsep in iheSeriti- n-'l I'liilihnir ovt'r L.I Iliglns store. jyH it I'Jiv, .Mil u''.'r ji TO 1 iuil and quality of Children's 'OYS. wooden, lead and sugur Drums, oic. at the VARIETY STORE. A'u. t'! i N >t A A 1, tin I in Cil n 1 j h i M-oiisui. I'i.l I 1 1.. A 11: 1. .11.-I 'I '.I .1 1 H V.T-T II' II A iti Sew Gixwcry UsUibUsluucut. D. f'J'M.ViN.N (iippusite the Collate Inn'' has reci-ived. per steamer Indiana, '-Jic'-lU-nt f-ssdiiment ft consisiina; Si'tinr, Ci'Tee. Tea, Peppi-r, Pirnentc', Tobac- i Dutch li'v Claret do Rhermh do ILi.c'uTi'.'irtirr "Sli old, ;in excellent arii- V' ni-- Pl.iliidflphia sinil Limdun Purler, I pipe T 'l I 'Muitf [Jrauily, veiy old 1 pipe Plulland Gin -itpcri'ir ariii-le pipt- Imitation Gin, 1 1 -i ,ii' Brr.ntly. i Judiai', Pearl Barley, Salt Petre iv.'.rT including every variety general' !v liiiii! in (if'thp Icind.ail of which -Vili h" i' >'U cheap for cash. I- "i MiU-.uki.'. Aug. 22, 1844. til (.-i iz'-ns of Milwa'i.tie arc generally i iiuYi d M our rsisiblisliinent a cull. We i V" Milv :ir.i I'-jrany favors, and we will endi-av- j L-r ind.) justice to ail. aus2fi i .N 1C 'T A I l7o ii U blT 'l-j WM. PRICE IIV A- removed to the old stand on Jfalker s iiiiiM' uM-'tlui- al Li4-.v. Mil-.vi 1 S5L I'niut, whori- he v. ill be found at. most al j- i iiiiiS.iiiu.uv -rl'dc i hi.iirs. ri-aciy to do worn on nliort. notice. He ,.i, ai .i I -'i'1'i- ..vill ili-il-.p jji rmeiits nf every in jl hitcMt ituproveii fusliior.'iblc style as well, and si'ii as cheap ns at any other shop in titvii. and try inc. i March 2 ltf h w v. ;i: ,V WilltVllI ill .'H uriii rJ ,.i i- AII A n t v i.uuty, VV. i .U-wnti-r, W U' i )i 'K .it i.urt- am. ,r. r mill l' v "i >i, !duce uiJ'.n Inland naviaaiion. at w, and citur DIRECTORS. KJ ft, rl i-. Mi! w..i. >t r.--' r J lail, If'tlir an-t et-ff f-' J 3ture. MtlA'- W T. rHer to L ON w M Hti ul .rail.-itli'jn drawing up p LK, HAIINES Mji.-iia.-ii.ty Lea- ikrr i-rr c.l i he t Inn, by ll.JWj LUD1NGTON CO., ia llaid-Ware. Pry Gcmds Ties, nf WiWunsin and Water it'. W T. _ M W. IlKiiJlNS. Cbair Wart- two >ors uf lonxf, Sin el, W. T. ____ C TT utreet, r the __ BTORK. of. very f i to ton's J A. ARNOLD Co, etc. _ 1XSUALL OQDEN, an-i at Law, Ac., B. W. GHKBNK, WILLIS THRALL, ELI.ERY HK.LS, EDMUND G. A G. HAZARD, WM. A. WARD. EZ.JA STRONG, LEMUEL HUMPHUEY. DANUOLW CLARK, Presitlent. WM. CONNER, Sec-retnry. JAMES S BAKER, Aa-ent Mil_waukie. May 20, 1844 ________ly HIEi undersigned having been appointed an agrnt of' the JEtna Fire insurance Company, of Hartford, Ct. is prepared to issue policies of insurance to nil who may desire it, in this place. The extensive business done bv this compa- ny, and iu Unowri character for promptness in llie payment of losses, has given to it the unis versal confidence of tho public. The under will hi> found at the Milwaukie House. 1 T tj TT O U I? J T CO IBS, all siws and at the VARIETY STORE. EEF. -40 bbls of good beef for sale cheap bv LUDINGTON Co. P URE cider vinegar by ihe bbl or gallon at ihe N York Grocery Store _ and steel pens for sale at July J7 ROOD Go's. Beul imported, no mistai for sale at Cunningham's jy5 and prices, a ffood article, at Ihe STORE. OOlTii to trnde a 2 lirirae back., a riue horae and harnesses for lots._________sept 11 on comoiission and f< r sale at a small advance irom Nesv irices bv ROOD Co. R BANK ind Post Office envelop paper; a so- perio: quality for sale m July 17 __ ____ __ ROOD Co's. 100 barrels Smith just re :eivedon consignment, and for sale LUDINGTON CO. O _ w )W GLASS7Sj3oxes various qualities andaizes, for sale by M J. A. ARNOLj) IN12 paii of first rate Burr Mill Siones, for sale by LUDINGTON Co. _NIay __ __ _ _ A'GC at waukie Iron Stofe. aug8 NAZRO KING. quantity of Whiskey, at the nes on consignment for sale low fur cash.___________MABBETT LEWIS. BEADS, black garnet, assorted sizes, lor s-ale bv 21 DAGGETT RICHARDSON. Altl) L4MPS sold .a, large Jk assortr.ent of whole sale nr retail at BYRON Co' ONEY DEW prime ar- ticle, :all and try it at the New York rry St >re. e91 ANY qtinntity of pork, flour and salt for sale by the barrel. L. J. FARWELL. april 29. 97 'ATENT STEELYAUDS.----L. STEEL prices.by LUDINGTON Co. t LATENT STEELYARD JL FT mmond's improved patent !J YARDS, for sale at reduced p oni) r.TTftTMfiTnTT C OPPE Tava. Rio, St. Domingo and Cuba Coffee, jus opened at A. G. DAYAN'S, jlS, M4. South jtore Dewey's com. block Eight or ten gotid building L lots, pier santly located on the hill, east side of the river CARY WILLIAMS. April 25th. 1844. F cOL Wool Wool The highest ash p ices will be paid for any quantity of woo] by ire subscriber. inner, J. W. P1XLKV boxes McCully's d sizes, just received and for KAZRO KING. _________ 116 steam WWerajkers for sale at Is 3d. Also, prime mackerel in kids, smoked- salmon, chocolate audcocoa t. JOHN WINTER. juneSM 184t LEV1 HU8BELL CONFECTIONERY. EMERY'S. This esiablishment has been opened on street, a few doors above Mr store, where every variety of Sugar Toys, Lead and Wooden Toys, Oakes. all of (TelCe'st quali .y, "'ill be Kept constantly on hand, or made :o order. Parties supplied with Creams, Ices, Jellies, Cake, on short noiice, nicely jrot op and Jurnished to any part of the city. Sept 1844.________________' twgtf. per sieauier If combs silver thimbles violins shell do brass do flutes horn do s'.eel do harmonicas ineial du sewing needles jewsharps ord do bead do accordeons For Mle DyAGGETT RICHARDSON. DISBOJUJTIOST The co-partnership ex- isting heretofore under tlie firm of Hart i- non BacrnaU, this day dissolved CALEB HARRISON. Oct. 18, 1844. 3w. leeland Moss hunnr) Canrlv tc r salr; and eyt.ry fresh candies, al Emery's Confectionary. Coun try and others dealing in the artkle, can alwayfc have it put up fresh, and warranted u food and cheap as the cheapest. Oct9 steel mixed, black and n txed, for sale By __j____-.J. AGGBTT sept. 18. _ "and plaTnTtorsale by CHARDSON. ECOR 3 .of.deeds, mortgagesj and circui court r'cords, for sale at Do ______ ROOD Co's. A large lot forscene's and net for sale >y DAGGETT RIGARDSON. R T W i BEADS AIVTJ in a sc New the imme'cUately, a man to wo ap and candle factory. Enquire a Grocery stored, silvered I f every style, glass, yih, and for sale at the variety sttire, by AGGETT RICH A RPgON. BUGLES black and FT RICHADSON. PRIJNTI fG hundredTni's jqst.rece ved and for sale cheap at (he JUil- waiikie Varie f slore, opposite the Cotiasre.'lnn, by D 4GGETT RICHARDSON. JOB PRINTING Such us Circulars, Ball Tichets, Checks, etc. Cards, Pamphlets, I roroptly executed at thjs E; STARR Co. IL> rnentof .VacksmithsbeHowiitanvilBgriceli, and hanarber can be found at the Iron Sture. NAZRO A KJJJQ. B J6BELS dried apples, first rate at tl e Ifey York Qxopery jatore, LADIES' .etc. etc at tho VARIETY STORE. S T OVES1 Cooking, Plate Stove for sale by [roay25J N, A. M'CLURE. D RI ED received and for aale by augSS STEVENS ELLIS. DALLAS Bale at ROOD QR catk superior port jy8 NZARO CASES bath brick for hain't near drug ttpra. Doz SLATEJ3 for sale AT1ONAL Cl sale at ROOD Ca'i. ART HAANNES.- sept4 -For sale at ROOD Go's. NE HORSE sale at aep4_______________ROOD Oo'g. LLISONS sep4 Co'a. COOPERS SURGICAL DICTIONARY. For sale at ROOD A CO'B. G OOD'S STUDK sale at OP ROOD Co's. ink, for sate at July 17 ROOD CHILDREN'S TOY All kinda varieties, at the VARIETY STORE. 150 JDOZ. Spellets at ROOD AMD York atore LBS auhe qroetry BUSH ELS dried peachw for wit tt New York Grocery jel4-H7 ___ FJRKINS by J. R. DE REI Opposite Sfeppard Bonne KEAMS POST ENVELOPE and for sale at per this ROOD PRJKSjrr boxes (resh bunch and bloom RAISINS just rec'd at the old corner store. HINTING 1'APEH of alt kinds constant- ly on hand and for sale fli reduced prices at Hale'sbookstore. Milwaukie, Sept. 1844. FLAT Ftair rods assorted sizes for sale a the Milwaukie Iron Store. July 8 NAZRO KING. tn gallons ass'ld Stone Ware, and the best qualiiy of--------to fill thtm! sep2 LUDINGTON Co. general assortm't of WOODEN WARE, always on'hand. sep2____________LUDINGTON PRINTED Dll'ECribNSforrnakfniErloaj bread, hot bieakfast eakt-s, bnckwheat cakes, can be gratis at Cunningham's and maple ino'agges for sale cheap at juneSG JOHN THOMSSEJN'S. Rio, St Domin- go, Maracaibo, and Government Java, very lov. (je2Gj JOHN THOMSSEN. j harns, rs, mackerel, codfish, cheene, butter, lard and provisionesof any kind Bold by JOHN THOMSSEN. W ken Co's, constantly on hand and very low by the barrel, i: from the pier JOHN WINTER. EJWONS AND bojeafoi Bfile nt the New York Grocery Store. june'Jl 122 patent spikes nil sizes 5 for sale at the Mihvaukte Iron Store. july8-127 NAZRO KING. 3 ft Y OLD new Jot of tea, eome of superior qudlity, just re, ceived.by JOHN WINTER. Bryon's tobn.cco beptcon- stantly on land and for sale at No. 3 Cheap Side. JONES CROSS. IT AMP bacon, and solar JLJ lamp wicks by the gross or dozat Cunning ham's "New Drug Store.'1 je26 crates crockery, compri- sing every variety for sale by may20 F. WARDNER. 12, 14, 16 and 22 inch, a superior lot, for sale by DAGGETT RICHARDSON. B colors, 10 p's for sale very 1 iw.by DAGGETt RICHARDSON. A FULL assortment of broadcloths and cassi- meres for sale cheap at the crockery Store 1. Cheapside. aus20 F. J. BLAIR. DETECTORS, Afloat and Ashore, Pictoial Bible No. 5, Minor Li- bra fy. Jast received and for sale at Hale' store. Anodyne Cordial, just rec'd by Cunningham, wholesale and retail druggist, Milwaukie. opposite Day an's jy21 RRAHNElL, Janes last worA; Emigrant's True Guide tieLadie's table booh. Just received and for sale at Hale's bookstore. A SPLENDID article of glass eartherns can be had at the crockery store No. 1, Cheap- side. ans20 F. J. BLAIR. 1000 pi ne saw logs, and as, ill, ny bard ile IVJHwkiikie ftv m for which cash will be paid by aug947tf C. 4-L.COMSTOCK. ROCHESTER TOOLS Just received a- the Milwaukie Iron Store, a qmttll aagortt ment of coopers' tools, Rochester made for aale cheap. _ NAZRO KING. DBIED kiln dried lumber for sale at the planing mill on the canal cheap for maney. PJiRKINS HEWITT. ARSAPARILLA A mote healthy and likewise plcesantdrintin warm weath- er cannot be found. You can find an excellent article of the kind at Cunningham's niJw drug store. Jy2i 133 CHILBREN'S TOYS, julySiJ FEW bwnheU white beaiw. meal at the corner of Wiaeoosia st. juivai r. j. B sstle, ky ihe ___ Riemer's Temperance Cheapside. ,O A water _ eiligibly sitoaiedat quire of aug 81 OTICE stoves, giias, tin and the middle store LOCKSu-AmMH Y prepared lo latort .j.
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