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Milwaukie Commercial Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 'if' MILWAUKIE COMMERCIAL -HERAt II. --TRI-WEEK LY.-- BV BLI9HA STARR.] MILTVAJJKIE, VV T. J1ORMNG, NOVEMBB 23, 1814. PEK ANNUM. IJU SIN KSS U F. CTO R Y B I ii >t rei Itug x ULAtlSpii CjTIJIlA'l ir 01 iti ci loi J DOLLARS for one OTTAOC INV. By Enst Water Direct, Mi wjukie, W T. MILH tlK.ll. B> C Wa I, Wisconsin reet, Milwai kie, T AUIMIl JIOH By Whitn 'V tV Co street, W T HOCK vrv iioi'KL. Bj At wood Pol r I k (ounu, Wistonsin TKIJUOVl" 1101 -L. of Michijrtn Ei.t Wat-rs reel, V.ilw inUii-, W T roi HOI .sr. By G r LI.Lib Jr.'cr nOro'en- l'i IM >n X on W itf i tip In 1 >u tlni >M Mil" nikie I J VMI.s, MO I ,i ,n, t h i n O ?u i in I'M Slore j ell J i W i 11 MM M i' .inl ie I L W in, S on J> 1 !-IO'i VM A II U LLY, JOHN F RAGvJE Auction arcl cnntniasiors Sast Water Stree Milw ukie _ __ Gm53 CHA'U.ES ?Totary Public -Offers Ins tervicas to draw deeds, bonds rnoi tgages, leases and contract' Also to talio icl.nowledgnicnts of deeda and oth r insti un en td of writing, ad minister Oiiths wri e afljd if its ami give linger seal, pi ott'st I ills ol exciiange f.nt) promissory for non payment ind non a( cpplunce will also exdi line records, and send luformi tu> i to p rso s inLercalid in any part of the United fctait. LttUra, postaije paid, will re- cc vo prompt atti. ution OQ'ce 11 the Senti- nrlbuildinir ivtr L J lligbys store jy3 n h HI i iriii< m Mi r 'tai.tii 111 HULLL HN Mcuciricb Paints, Oilfe, )ve Stuffs, Book, ,ind Sia- iiotiery sfj" im ij IVatci and M I 11 ALK1F. vL AilliNL I1 rN C OMPANY. Otitt- in the lit ck Innli'i ig, corner jfWiscon- and M 1111 streets. Ji BROWN, hoh'H.ile gror rs, and uiprcnaiits, >o 31 India Hrcel, IJobtun jyS T sr 3 IM n alc? .ind re tail dealeis in Iron, Sttcl, G is ilso a jreni ral assir'nicnt c( Heavy and yiiplf II iidw.ue, att-r i't, 2 doors north ot llie Ci tttijt Inn, Milu mkie T V BURKlfA. CO M inu "Hr furs f Goods, also Roll C .u ilt ru d T lolh Wc-kt ard, IV lUinkre, W T ___ __ D W BAYLli S, i in I" M! -'i, Pi tnr Ii and GL.I n tn F inc> ts Puli iu at I J Waicbcs, K--, tvc V it cs f De mi n M! i nods all SIZPS and qn ilities, at the 'i STORE wLi.t bed and fln.nels t H-T B LA I [IS ___ _ _ 40 beef l >r "ale cheap LUDllNGTC N Co L dei vmesTr tne bbl or gnllon at L llie New York GioCLry Store UlLLK i v of E ist tei and MH h gf n si Milwa'ilvit W T Solicitor Jouis> i for t IK in :i is- 'jj R0< KKIl, W ho'tsale and 1 1 1 nl de.iltrs in Boo ind Paper Llmsmjs Corne of Water lirirk tUe IH ii Miri i< ami h ir nt cssprj lo say 10 ishinj; to u that I an opportunity i i ow ofTi r d ihtm ft rso 1' ile fs ill b ;rr in d i ninedi i JV 4 M JLURE 15 'i.TEN I1 P nN, tub- and hnrr- .wholesale 01 rt iai' p'-i-cs at tin New otk Groc t S'ore. jeI4 JUfT re IIOLTON vV OU CJii buv tht be article nrm oil in this 'bnrgli al Cunningham's Nevs Drug Store, so saj' those tint have used i ]yl g- OOK nrrTc JLJ "rinds ones tn ronsi jtimeni foi for cash MA BRETT LEWIS ------------Li PAP.BK ot a'l kinds cons ant- __ ly on hind andjor at reduced s at Hale's booKs'ore TVlitwaukie, Sept 1844 good assonnient of Table cutlery, also 1 ta Trays and waiters on hind tUl J GH1ORGE Co No. S Cheap Side, retail dealers ir- Furs, Muffs, w, Fu- Caps, The highest e paid in cash for every Kit il of shipping n Furs made to order _ _ __ Iv __ 'oey.it Law and Solicitor i n Chancery Milwaukle, W. T. W Errsvio in, B W GRUNT, Wi ,i is 1 I t 1 TRY III! I b, HOWF, PttK, A G HA7MiD, JOHN WARBLSTo1-, WM A W AKD. BEI KS t! LF a rr ULMPHUFV DAM PL W CLARK, President. WM, CONNER, A VIES S. BAKER, Ajrent Mihvaukie, M y 20, 1814. Iv having1 been appointed an agent ol the j3Hna Fire Insu ance Company, of Hartford, Ct. is prepaied t k _ NAZRO KING. LCOJlD of deeds, nortgigeh, ind circui ourt n core for sale at ROOD fe Go's l.irge lot iotsctnei and ne: for sale bv EICAI DSON._ AISTHO immediately, a vna to wo n t soip an I candle tac ory Znquirea n e Yt e___ EADS of everv put steel and hilvered lor site a t'ie vniiely tore, by M RIC Hi1 I DSON__ rcOL VVo-.l 'ill highest ash prices be paid Jo'an quantity of wool by me subscriber june5 18t GL brxes LCI tVi-D this day, on consignment, XoO firkins of flfood Butter OttP, HUNI1NGTON
od assort ment of blacksmiths bellows, an -ils, vices, and hammers can be found al the lilwaukie Iron Store NAZRO KING. PRI1NT1NO One hn dred mi's just received and for sale cheap t the Mil- Variety store, opposite tasre Inn, hy DAGGETT UIC'HAf DSON. JOB 1MU.NT1JNU fcjchas Cards, Circ ilars, Handbille, Tichets, Pamphlets, Chet ks, etc Promptly executed nt t us Office E. STARR. ------UCTION AND COMMISSION BUSI- NESS Richardson v illbe hap- py to receive any order m the line o Auction and Commission wnb which they nay be fa vored They will also make cash acvanceson depo-site of valuable property Order! from a- abroad attended to with promptness Nov. 7 j PATENT STELLYAKDS----L Hammond's inKnroi.rcl patent STEHL I M YARDS, for sale at reduced prices by Hvsun, tlyson Skin, Ol Hyson, gunpowder and impeiial T< a from Ihtee shillings, to one dollar, at A.G DAYAN'S Dewey's com blocl _.._ __ _. D. W, MAVOs" ry grateful for the liberal p u- _ __ ronage, and hopes that by sine attention to Ins business io merit its, commuan Ail work left with him will be done in a wo nianlike manner, and warranted No mistak blue black, and blue frock and coata, cheaper than ever before offtr- nd to the public, constantly on liand and far ale by H. N CONANT. Octobsr 21, 1844. ______ StephSTBoyce, Dentist, HAS taken rooms in Austin's brick buildrr z where he will be happy to attend to nil who wish his services. Mr. B. will warrant all operations he may perform to be done 10 a skil- ful manner and in accordance with the me it approved of the art. Office hou's from 9 to 5 o clock NOT CHILDREN'S TOYS! -Erery rtaand of Children's TOYS, wooden, lead tagut Toys, Drums, etc. the ST3RE. Millwrights, Augers and CbistliT FOR sale at the Mechanic's Too! stcre.a fall ot Millwrights, Augurs, and chisel-; ol Rochester make. Ocil9 __________ NAZRO A KlNq. Crockery Glass Ware. A GENERAL assortment of and Glass waie, at Oct 28, 1844 LUDINQTON C'O.'S. P The Court. ERSONS poms to law had betier call at eiy'b confeciionary, if it's jo f ihnt ffood molasses candy 13. ri--scrtinent ol broadcloths, imereit Sheep's grey and domestic full cloth for s ile cheap at corner ol Wisconsin and Water streets F.J.BLAIR. AVE on Pitch, Roaii, Oak- um, Tar'd Rigging, Manilla, ane! Hemp Rope, Bed Spikes, Calking Mallets, which will be cold .it tbeir usual low prices. pictorial bible DOS. 9 10 Ladies Magazine for Nov., Me air and other poems by Eliza Cook, personal lions of Charlotte Elizabeth, Wilson and eoDK pany'a Bible received by al WM. L. WILSH1RE CO. ______WARE; Glass, and Earthenware, jn, at Wholesale to Country _ cheap for cash or city accep'ancea, at 101 3mo- st, between Pearl and Water ata Broad49w THOMAS F FIELD. mf mf HEAVY Pilot Cloth Ovor from 4 i for the Money in Shis city. H. N. CONANT.
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