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   Milwaukie Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - December 22, 1845, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               MILWAUKIE DAILY GAZETTE, VOl.UJMK 1. MILWAUKIE, W. T., MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1845. NUMBER 54. rll! DAILY AND M'.Ml-U'l KKLY j BY WM DUANE WILSON. U.M D. WILSON ,V i. i'.n's. 1 1.I51IA S t AKIl f ......r... I J'.L.tl 1 I.U.r -The I j di'livored .it their 0 Mill, on Miulfaon bt., or ul llu> Drnij Store nt M. Itoyco. 119 Lake bt. On. ami OIL C-AKB uunaiamly on hand. H. w. ITCK M BOYCE. i i fin Mtndu Clothing, t (.1 Ll o II ulj I1 I.L .1 It t -1 It. 1, I w mkip. W.T. l) i-.Vt til. II- I'll   Waicr s-t., C. VAN Cv ciAXi.n OHice money, nncurrciit (tank Notes nnJ siuht exchange on W. Y. bought Stales Block, Knar ISAAC S. .ROWLAND, A r.'oRxr.Y nnti 1'nu.Nan.i.on nt Liw nnd Solicitor in Oh mci tv. adj'.mms the Reading Room ul the AJiluMnkii' Daily 'Jaxstte. Wal East Troy, 1845 I .ml will 111 'id i' all hour.-, .-loiui! fa Hi, in Tou n I'L'i'in'ry. I In'o I. inMiii'.-iii w bin lx Ii. Id V liter i ,u --heel. ,ir ...l-SMl-) del.) 'I 51 WI 1 'X W CUSIIIWAN, Storage, For- Merchants, Mll- Remdecr line of Schooners, embiac'.ng siv.een J. A. ARNOLD. largest und best class Welland Canal vessels, amt T, T the loliowinu Ca lal York and Toledo mD.y Goods, Grocery Provisions, Lum- (via J. J. I'olis N. Y., E Weed. All.anv. nrnpr.'.'iora. Enijiiic line, [via Buffalo] Barnard, Cushm.ul To Albany, M. B. Spaul dins; Co N. Y, proprietors. Syracuse Oi- fCKolmo, >ia II. Ida ton Co N. Y tVc.. in ihp new Brick II. AlAlIUC'l'T ti CO., nnd Rota I Dpa'era in Groceries and WOKKS. in i- Deilei- n Will 'l.ir: .n-. I'h i nh Holii.w W.ue KM' r i vii  3O I'll i W Uitill'f, 1't ,r-.-   STATES HOTEL, ByTArr it RITRB, corner of Water and Huron ptrppL-, MiiwEinUie. UDiHl'IlIlKY ft STUONH, ami Ooinni ssion Merchants, at me 1'ior in jVJihvi.iik'e, will thpir nticni'on to tin1 pi. cha-c o( Produce an.l the procuring of f and illtljLClt CIJSiniA.V, 1) "ili-rsi in 1'iodui'c, and Forwirdinri and'Com- silk, pa-hniprp, merino iind plaid SI iwls lace land vt'i U, li'Hhorn, snaw and snk hais, rib- bons, and pvcrv (Icbcnplion oil-allies' and Gen- tlemen's Weariii" Apparel dyed. Gcntlenien wish ng to poiiMilt economy, would do well 10 con- pu.t jis met u.d of cltaninir, ond i.ye- inc; coals, and vesN. Work w n ranted sntisi.iclion in all cases and prices moderate 10 suit ihe limes. M Uvaukie, oct. IS'15. >n uth W.irtl. Miiwaukie a M .in 1 1 DOJ'T. J. f R, .I.DCP .n in.. "Am i "i ll.ii.i-" I HiU-nU'i, W r. i.il yum'' r M I ..lir I Cn.l- i DII --i i i -i w.ud M.l-v .nl> .t, -.im: i D n I .n (I n i 11 .llklr. __ i HARVEY G. Allornoy and al Law, Sol cilor in (3li m.-pry, and general LnndAjiint, Hamburg, Counts, W. T. ALANSON SWEET, Guncral Prodiicp Dealer and Forwarding and Com Murcliiint. ,it tlio fled Wnrehoitse and a oid siand ol Hwcct Jcrvia at the mouih ol i.it- rmr, MtlwuiiUic. L. J. IIIGBY, Dealer in Dry i-tf, Paiins, Woods, DVD StLlla, li.mks and Slalioncry. Corner nl Waici and Wisconsin Hlree'3, Mitiiaiikic. cveroffciedin the Western mirke1; and having made arrangements with the nn )orlers at the cast manlike inanner, and itarruntttl to sive Al his shop may also be iound flrittdniti of lobe (ur.iMied al all times with such arliclos of the best kind. Cofi'co and Tea Pola, ('.audio Slicks, Goods in the above 1-nc aft m.iy be wanicd in this p. Sponns, nnd CoElin Plates. Also, he flatters himself that he will be able to Sileer Thimbles, Spoelacles, Spoons, Snuflers mil) supple all wlro may wish, at a "mall advance on I r.Ufs. lie a'laa keops good nssonmeul of New York prices. Ills STOCK consists in parti zursancl Razt-r Wa'cli Keys, PocketCom of tin1 following, 401 boxes Tin Plate, common sue, t 31 do square, 23 100 plate, 70 do roofing, 4GO buml'cs Engliah sheet iron. do American dn 30 do Itnsiia do 15 case" 1J and 16' oz. sheet copper, 3l> India (ii, 93 benches Wire, assorted siaea. ho't copper, aoottlbs. ahcetlead, 13UO ;ba. sheet zinc, 3000 Ibs. pig lead. dl) bunches str.iipcr wire, 300 p.incrs Sinims' rivets. L. J. FA ft WELL. Milwankie, Ocloher, 1845 THE GREAT FIRE IN NEW YORK HHA3 iNOT ilpslroyncl all thn gm.d 4 Just received at the OIU9 121 K'Ht Wa.cr street, Iroin that city, hy me Ureat Wes'ein, a .aryo and selected assortment GROCCRIKS, embracing till the nrticles noually kept m a Grocery Store. [I do not mean to mix Silks and Satins with rny groceries, ay some do pork and whiskpv with their dry Roods.! WP. have .Sugars, Tens, Mohnsps, Soap, Candles, Codfish, Wlntplish, Collbc, llatsitis, Spii'os, Powder, Shi.t.Lcad and Caps, Liquors, Wines, Pork, Flour, Salt, in nil the dill'erent varieties, wholesale a d retail. Bnnrdina Ilouqes, and private hinnlics canbomtpp led with ihc best of superfine Kiour (w.irranted) ind at the lowest prices ANo, apples, and other fruit, by iho barrel, both for Fall ind winter use. Ciib i, and ihc highest pr'.ce paid lor wuenl T'lonr of ihu bes.1 brands and mosi other kinds of Produce. lleinoniberlhe OinoSTor.E, .jus: below Tlnrnn st. .ird door above Johnson's new Block. Don't say that lam too '.ow down, but leincmhor that my reul if cheap, and expenses 1'shi, and I can uffor to sell unJ I will do it too E. C KtlLLOGG. Octohrr. ini5. LAMPS, LAMPS. F.T FLA [11 has rt'Ccive-1 a splendid stock ol solar, siiiLcndniE; and side L'nnp? also a lot of silver Caniueiiieks, Cut and Glass shdos, and withs to m.ite-i. novJ4 PORK, ORIED Thnsub- received per Prop'dler Uercu- lea, a qnnnlilv of fn-t rate Dried Poik, Sutler, Chi-esp, Salt, Fisii, :ind nimoFt everv arii" cle i'l the PioviMim I'ne, w'lich will be sold cheap. lie has made fo- ihc season to keep his stock const.i itlv i eoleirijlacd M'ilh thp be1 arli- (Job of tliocerips and Provisions, arit. will makeil I an object lor liouseixcepers to, i turn. Ocl. 13 iS OOTS SHOES SIAJJUFACTURED cf a, I kinds to order on sliort nonce, O'-t 25 ___ M MINRR. COItltLING done with neatness aaddisp-itch, bv MAIiall M1MJH. IIOl'SF, Corner of F, h btrect nnd Jcffcraon I yprse, by an early eniiarent of Wisconsin, c. ENTITLED Ihc HISTOKY OF BLACK HAWK, wiih which ic inleniovpna Ina- tnry of the Black Hawk War and sccnps iulhe West, in three Canlos, part in prose, and part in bovjj'in. ORMSUY, I Forivardi Merchants. Ware House on the Plpr at tho loolo! Cdtilro tirept, r, lln n. i- ..''d I. 'i n I1, i i vv r i M n U i'. 'I' T 3 -vj n i T-n icr, i U d, mm. in n.i I. n IIO'I'IIL, 1. I! j of Clark and Randolph sts Ch'c ;o, 111. oct. 1815. II. CADY CO. HIV ant1 Gnccries Hoo's and Mess l'..ik, i i, Wh.ic BPIHIS, Dried Apples, 50 bbls pliPi p as the Hieopcsl 111 the I's, Dink. K.ist Wati-r st. ocl. 1855. WM. C. DISIIJtOW, Clocks, rppalrcd on i .itipcand on reasonable terms. SILVKI1 AVARK of al. kinds made lo order. Corner ul I1 W-iter and Michigan streels, Milwaiikie. inr; about one hu.ulred maniiac] 'pt pages of thirty six lines cich, is now in readiness for publication, and pi inlcd copies of the same, hound in the fash- ionable rnodo ot similar I terary productions, will be ''.n ilieoniing, if sufficient encouragement be given by ay of to :hc work. 'J 'ie account ij'vcu or ihc of Black description of the ivar n1 wl ich he tided so conariic.ious a part, togeihpr wiih his whole lnsr lory, arp inic i also, the vari- nrncv nnd I >i .M I. in.' !i "i hi l.i IIPV ...nl. M-'Ll., nd. .Mihi.mkip. I'. '.'J'iill SO.X, A M> Ki.hcin.r .ind dm. i-lh Pllipo "rxt .nirhnl Dm. I iv 11.11 M..IP. Wall i vn i'l. KAUI.l, A- K, A i i :u l.-iwanil ir iioisin (l.i'i.n, Whit ami Hi.-t Wai-, n 1 1. ni W. i A i; HAIW ir, K 1 rny. ISUTTURFIHLI) YATES, Alt .rncyn md Conner lion al Law, Milwankie, W. T. it U( Onicein llcido'a Cunnncri'ial YOUNG.it J''AllNWWOIlTir, and Provision corner ol Eighth and Ji llpison Avenue, SlicboyKan. _ W. W. KULLOG, Alln'npval Ijiw, Olt'ice on Wisconsin St., corner of S.IIPPI, __ WEST WARD rOHEVER 1 MfJOUGHTOp; takes ihis melhod lo inform ihe customers oi ihc lale firm ol R.. II. Co and ihs public generally, ilia! the business in Innim will he conducted by'him at ihe old slimd: ivhurc he receive in the course o'' ihc present week, a genera! assortment of Fmiry and Staple DRY GOODS, Groceries Crockcrv and Glassware, Hardware, Xails, Oils, Paints All of which will be of- Irreu at asmall ndvunec from real for cusli or niosi Innds of country produce, Bel.oving the or ready pay system to be Ihc chcapes! and evcninally the mosi piofilable for the buyer as well as the-iPller, lh.it principle will be adopted and strictly adhered to. He does not wish to pan" and boast ol ins residence and extcji- sue acona.nlanee H New facilities wiili ihp be- aril- and nbiHiies in puriliasiug (loods, Jte., or thathc tlian any bycfy IIP d )fy wiih 10 say, his motto nip "live and let and on the principle that a "nimble "uxpenro ia better than a slow that new ill sell Ihe truih of which h' pledges liimsi.ll to demonstrate to the entire siiusfacuon ot everyone who may favorllim will) a call. Milwankie, WILLIAM M. CUNNINGHAM, WHOLRSALK and RcMil Diuuai-t, East ffa- ler n rite l, MilwailUie. W T. Genera lea! er in Paints. Od Dye Slufl's., Varnishes, Merit cines, Chpiiioals Tiiipentinp, I Mass, Fully, Biuah- all Kim's. Druai'His' and Phys cans' (Hn-i- W.irp :i ul Kiirnilnre, nl .Medicines goneraKv Shakeis' llerb-s, Itoots and K.tirapls, Thomannian Prcparaitona, llorsuand Catdo "Mediciin-a, Pnrp VVnica and choice Spirits for Mcdiptnal purposea him their ens J. L. SMITH. i.e. All orders Irnm the coun'iy allendcd to wmi piotnptness, the utmost care observed in pack- ing. N. B. M.'. C. is the only ic'tho-icpd Atrcnt in Milwat.Uie for iho sile ol I1U18 I'OL'S SAKSA- PAR1LL.A nnd B-VI.SAM HOARIKJtJND. SLcnes in ihn West, n .rein described, more or loss faniiliiir lo :he cannot hut be pc- Gaiii'ing Oil, Kntun's HOMC Lin ni-cd with plca-.nc bvall win recollect them, WmiciVCaradian VciimfiiL'o, Univcr: whilit ihuir rel.Hion wil. be more c'specially novel, _-n .....i iutpt. slinj; and delightful to ull Ilioac who never I'.e.nd of ilicm before. This smalt but coinprf honsivc treatise por'rnys they were in ihc fnst seltleinptit of Wis- cousin Tcrri'ory, when civil lion li.'st dawned upon it- '.M'atit sind prairies, and fhe cul- tivatn.n ol its luxuriant anc shows wh il iiB n Hnral ami ubnndar t resources are- It probably tl'rnws more liuhl upon Iho preser.l slate of therp, llian :'.ny othc" ih-il linycv er been oll'ercd lo the puMifi. Its gem ra! eircula- tioti ivjll IVP :i loiden: y lo the and enterprisini; spirits ol ihc and niHanic [hem with a not only to visit, hut to take up thyir abodes in ihi-j co'intry, find will Ihcreby .he the of promoting a more rapid hpre. iarss s. KiniGESs, Drnlcrin M Ilincry and Taticy Goods, ic f'o'.il .1111111 I." l >r piT-nn-- with lu. an be tiiul >V..i.l .Miln.uiki'1. UK. is. s. i -MI IP. ,n, .n. 1.1 Htrucl, uikio, n al i1 M. VlAMtJ'Jt, Til1, ii, nili nd ID :ill l.ll'-inr'fi nppcr- ii i i" olhcf, ini'-.mlly. Dllir i nt the Mih. ml; "d HUSTO.V M'J'OKi1, 1'r, liuciiiv Ciocrrii S'mi a .1. d li.iail. t. .I'bli.n-, lli-uli Ci n.nii MIU. l.kck. .ukic, OUI..IH r, liJJi." c. my anil Compel or ;i' hi-, iPinovnl lnfl i.lhi'i tlip mm IH IIHT t IIP -iorel.iiplv upinl N. T. l.diit, i, am. lull inmic ll.i "H'.ro "I Jn- _ Di-tr.Mi, O..I. aj (IH A. Ml.Y, "I and Shoe 11 m.il ..ciun r, ni the sign of HMD I. u M it Cu'-.bn.rc. East .itcr aiirpl. P. in all kind' ul i ri( Provi-mm, Pros 'In I'lonr, I'mit, iti W.iicr -Irri-t, a. lew '.r buinw JohiiM.'.'a llh., k, .Mi'w.mklp. C. I'MI- No M.iin Krpinllii Rloch, dcalci in Fancy nnd Ki'k Goods, KinbiHi Pi.pl mid Al di in .y nr'jpln JlltOW.iV, I'roi IIPO Mercliant, No. 10, Long Wisconsin .st, Milwaiik.e, W. T. THOMAS J. J of 'he Peace--will attend :o the duties of h s (lice lo Conveyances of personal and real c-iiaic, granting mar- riaiip IICPIICP-I, Olliee, Wisconsin at. J. H. CROSS, Attorney and Counsellor at LTW anil Solicitor in Cl.'incery, (me door west of old Courier oflico, MilwunUie. ______ W. W. OK AII AM, Aliorney and Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, Milwmkie. OHice on Water street, ove'' Nnyrn St Kind's Hardware Store. IHAR811 MINER, Wholesale Bool, Shoe and Leather Dealers, Elasi Winer street, 4 doors South of the Poll Office, Milwankie, Wiskonaan. JOCr, HAKSH II. K MINER. COTILLIf'N HESS Ai AHUO'l'T, Muaimans, havn establish, cd Ilicni'-eJves in Mi'wankip lor the winter. Thev are prepared to Ihrnibh the best Mu'-ic at nosilMt i.m be procured in 'h" wost. Orders lor llipir sorvicec from ihe aurronndinij counlry, ad- dressed ID ihcm at Milwaukie, will receive piompt Hnnsarian of Lite, ton's Uor-ie Lina- rsal Family Oin'.ment, Wyutp Iloarhonnd :pid Kle- c.'impa IP, Smith's Snjjar Copied Pills, IliHii.ixs, do., Mites' Tom no do., Dr Thoi-ipso.i'a L'hciino Supporters. Dr. ftr.ullpy's do Fi.-n's Syrup. Scorpn's Daily's Magical Pain Kx tracior, ui s. nlr. C is oho Affent for 1'ic sale of Jew David's HP.IHPW Plaster, Per siali oi RpsuriPP.'mn Pills, M'.U'ul's Pill.-, Pllin- nix Billers. Dcaloi s c in be sup ''led Inrn me uilh anv of r.rticlcsat the ma nifaciLirer'p whole- a'tenlioti NOTICE is hereby given to all persons ngainsl ono certain Note giver, to James II. Hall, or bearer, henniiK dale June 5ih, 18'M, and duo aix mouths from date for tbo sum of twen'y citsht dolhirs, as 1 sh.ill not pay it nor any part of said note again. I Irtve once paid Maid nolc, and hove aboul ono iiundred and h.rtv dol.ars charired isi Haid Hoii, over and above the snid rate, winch I understand he has been trying to dispose Shelby, TJM5. Compound Clove Anodyne Tootu Ache Drops, the cure for Tet- mns. laBlnnnnhlfl Milliner and Dress maker, opposite .Marsh it, Miner's Boot Shoe store, Milwjukie. II. L. PAGE Dealer in Stnplo and Fancy Dry Gooda, Groce- ries, Hardware, Boots, SliocB, flats and Cops, No. lfl5 Wator Btrect. Nov. 20____________________ LYON'8 NATIONAL HOTEL, Opposite ihe Western and Rail RoadDc- polH, JiAiivi.v, co., HniB-h, Krcm h, rmnnnnd an IJ-v si Hull', where nlv on him I, a hi, iwsovl- 'I DIIIIIPMIC Dry by thp Package, us ,1a ,.ail be imrcliased West oi N. Y. V.UIVJ J. i'. N. MUCHAIVICAL SURGICAL DEJVTISTRY, BY STEPHKN in Auatin'o [trick wuoro he is prepared lo per- form all 1JKNTAL nperationa in a skilful manner and in accordance wiih the most iipproved pnnci- plea of Ihe an. Mr. B. will also operate for the cure oi'Strabismus, and insert Artificial Palates which will answer 3Very purpnue of natural, ant restore the natural speech. OHice houts trom ill 5 o'clock. oct. 1845. ALAROU LOT OF NEW S T Y L B is now ppemru; ot the Crock cry storo, cornel ol Wiscontin nnd Water novl4 F.J.BLAIR. passea, Golrf Rings 'ind Brcaat Pins. Clocks and Watches, Waiters, Snap and oilier fancy articles such as are usually found in a similar establish- ments. D. W. BAYLliS. Milwantio, Oelohcr, 18j5. "SJ3W ANOTlIER EXf'ITEMENT DOWN TOWN. 1 T A. ARNOLD, at No. IC3, in the new Buck Block, (Cast Water street, ia now receiving1 one of tho best selected slock of Goods ever oflered for aale in Wisconsin, consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, (a very large aasortment ol Booisand Shoes, Painis and Oils, which were bought low. (Gro- ceries in the late rise in the rnar- tiel.) and wil' he sold as cheap as al an v eslablibh mcni n (Ins town or any oilier, west of New York, lor readv pay. All he ia an e.vumination of goods and prices to cisurc a sale. Among Ins sloek may be (bund he lollowmg DRY GOODS. fiflO pieces of everyrjuulny and color, 15 bales Brow.i ol every kind and r.ual- 200 pieces bleached Shep.lingaand Shirtings, Cashmeres, Merinos, Plain und icd Rppt Gala Plaid, Alpaeas. fifi'ircd Mlk warp Plain, jnd I'lain figured Itcpi DeLanics, Ladiea silli Cravats, Bonnet Sn'is, liih- jons. Pic Nic Gloves, Mills, Silk do, assonud win- ter Glovca, Worsted Mills, Kid Gloves. Long Pic Nic do, Linen and Silk lldkis, Luces B.ack do.. Colored, Bor'd and Jaconett Cambrics, Bishop's Lawn, Grppn Bciajie, Plain andt isured Vplvpls. G'liylmma, Fringes. GMiips, Irish Linen, Cahlinie'C Shawls, Damii-k, AJtrino and IJltmkci Hrun-n and Colored Table Covers, Birdacyp and Pmwia D'aper, Damask Table Li'ien, Ladies Cotton, Cashmere, Silk and Merino IJoge.Browr. [Jot! md. Linen Drilling, Webb and Elastic Suspendeis. Lin- WILL give immediate relief in the r.iosi olpnt Tooth ache, und a sure tcra or Ring worm. PriceSSccnis The aiinpnlreaeent'ancl atvptit qualil'es of cloves, when properly prepared, has been kiily conlirmcd in Ihe practice of several eminent in hose Hands employment in Iho cure ofinvot eroto Toolh Ache, Rmgwoi-m, haa been at- tended with the most hiippv For aale by nuv22 Wm. M. CUNNINGflAM. JUST icccived atthcCiockery Store, East Water and Wisconsin streets, 300 doz assorted Tumblers K'fl Specie Jars assorted f'wct 20 Cruets y.O Since Platpa 0 Bowls and Saucers 20 Decanters Also a large assortment of Lamps, Ltintcrns, Candlesticks, Chirnneva, Pitchers, Salts, Goblets, Mucs Egg and Jelly Glasses, Rird Boxes and Founluins, (fee. all ol which will he sold as usual at very lowpnces. nov? F. J. BLAIR. NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE. THE Subscriber oflcra for sale nn oxlensive aHsorlmcnt of LEATHER, of ihe very btsi riualiiy in this marUct, anil at o-tcuudingly low of ovcry (Inscription mannfnciured to order on the fihoilcst notice, nl !ho old Bt.iml of Ihe 'Boston Boot and Shoo Store" No. 4 East Water alrcel, and direcltv opposite Shepard am BonnellBSiflie. fim R. II. CITY HOT ui lie. IV, T, THR Biibserilicr just opcnod this spacious establishment for Kip accommodation of the public. Ucmg thp o-ily itticli ImiMinif occupied as a public house in and being on the eaM aiduof ihe river, m a central nnd pleasant sit- nation, iiiiirrly nnd well Inriiiclicd, it oflcru superior inducements to Iravrlns, in the way of cleanliness, coolnesf, nnd comlori, lo whnt is Rpncrally lound at nul.lic II.Hrls in Ihp WCM. STACKS leave thii.. borne daily for Jancsvillc, Madison, Prairievillc. Waicriowu, Mmcia Point, Ga'eni nnd Chipago. DO-POUTERS ASD CAItUUGF.S always in niifulunce at liie Hoais. ficp. The proprietor ts determined to spare no to give general saiisOipiion lo ul! who may favor him wil.i ihcir patron ice. Charffep October J8I5. ___ DA_NJKL BY MORRICIO OUIS. Hutun tlrtct, Jtlrfttxiuhnf IV. T. US now open for the aceommoda ion ofKarmcrs and Tcamsicrs. Good St.iblinc, Hay nnd alvvavson hand. By .'arcf'jl and atten- tion lor the comfori of those who may favor him with a call, he hopes 10 merit a >-hurc of ihp puhhu pilronaiie. October KH5. C. S. VAIL tlASopPn. illusNpw HOUSE at Prai ___ ill the ci litre of ihe illaai', he found in si1 thni li'adv and willipp (he sides being alrn.isl tickled lo dcalh al the clinncc) to wail on hiends and xlrargcrs who mav favor him wnh a call. Oel. ]'.'A5 THEMOXT pnand Coiton Thro. id, Laces., and Cafi- v.ist, Gjnts. Black 8ilk, Alpacca and Merino Cra vats, Comforters, Gloves. M.ns. HuckjAin Worsliid do., Vestinijs, Broad Cloilu. Saiinctii, Sheep's Gray, Tweeds Kentucky Je.ins, White, Red ind Yellow Flannels, P.leacn- cduud Brown Slip, tinp DrJIhiKS, Bod Tickmy, [lamilton Slripcs, Bine Jeans, Plaid Lindsay, IJur- Icips, Itiivcns Dm k CliPek's. Tailor's Trim- niinsra of all kinds, Siitm Stocks and Wool- pn Socks. Cotton Hulling, Side. F uc, and Horn Combs, Lines, Tapp. Hose, Yan- kee Flocking and Hard Times, Gurnsev Sheet Wadding, Hooka and Eypa, Pins, Needles Pins, Zephyr Worsted, Shoe Thread, Wickjng and Twino,   do fiaurcd and alaek Alpaccas, do M.i-l'n de Lainj, CashniTe do HuUorme1-, ail kind-., Pi'inha'-nic.1-1, lor ladips drcRFPS, Blue and Blue 131 iclc Italian Bilk, do Plai-l Cloak nsr, Inrlndios, Ri-il, Morocco and CluihSlips.bl'li and col'd hall gai'eis, also, i-lipb of till stylos. do do do do do ANS, PI.1J'.- AM' 3'C.Ml'S CLOCKS. TOW CLOTH ,t HAKD TIMJ'.S Ity "'c (-'arJ. C A It P I'i T ING, cheap that no man npcd lie awake to his pant iloon> dirfcur i.j ihe r.iy cuipd. COTTON WARP fo- wpavini; and TWINE lot F1SI' KKT'J'S. ii A K n w A n K N-iils, wil'i and vnlhoui miiipial and hraps i ibim l tir.nim ah kind.-. Jlonsp and burn hnil-'ers will j'r1 hi uc.- ih m a: any Garden hoes, rakes, thovcls and KOPTS OKDS, knivpsnnd lorlts, cheaper (ban ever. Tiowclls and jruER NPK'C-P. CllnCKKUY Chcrn'c.ils and Compounds he prepared in tho n'u'M inanner, lo the oidci of Physicians and Snrgeoi 9. 1'ariiculav altoniioi will br paid to Phiaicians and Kaniilv- orders by an experienced pcison in the retail depaiimcnt. SAY, you been in LUD- Co's Store o-i tin: comer, Pinec ihcy iiave received their Fall stock oi GOUDd Ifyoii have rot, I realty advise you to yo. Il K ii tiling indeed lo sen Mich a quantify ol Goods, and so'tqual an atsoriiiicnt; in any one stoic. I hiive often hpard people siyihai ihey had a ypry large stock o'Good-, hut 1 never had an idea lh.il then was so Ireuipndously large 1 havp been all around town, in iheir "Whole- sale Sto-cs.' "Cheap Cash "One Price "Great tlxcncnic.il" 25 percent lea' 'han any other lliniso in I lie ''Fancy Western pnl LUD1NGTON Co'sstoi'e down at extra No. I. You will find them willing to wholesale or ri tail Goods cheap for cash, at one lair price, without the least ex- cilement, not25 percent cheapp" than any other siore in town, and tlipy hive 11 fine assortment of Fancy Goods, and will sell as cheap as can be bo't ai any new store in this Western counlrv. They have according to the best authority and my'own observations, the laigesl and beat selected asao'l- mcntoi Goods in Milwaukee, and t'icir piicoi np- prcar fo give sal 'jf'icrum the peo- ple It appears sirr.nge, bin it is novprtlielcsa true, that they aho.ild sell siniiniiy Goods lo so many people. Why yon cm hardly goinio any town in but what yon will sec undoubted ihat thpy nic a doing a tremendous largo InismosR. Aalar out as the Mineral region miles ftm'ioryou will see dry goods boxes, barrels, wiih Lutlington Co's name on which isn strong indication that ihey were sent tlierc from their store, filled ivith gowls. Ask the principal residents of Milwankie. Washing- Ion, Dodge, Walworlh, Portage, Fond du Lac, Marqnette, and numerous other counties, where they buy. iheir dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, boois and ahoop.Tcnlhcr, stone ware wooden ware, sash, glass, ropes, pork, fob, lumber, lu'ii and shingles and Minor Horton's, celebrated, unrivaled will tell yon at Corner Store" in AsJt them alii) further, where they' sell tbcir pro- duce, oata, barley, limothy and flux seed, beeswax, Ate, and who gives ihe highest cash prico, and they will tell you LNGTON Co. ot Milwauhio. CLAKEVCI3 iXaoni for the' erwiiii ill other in tlnslii low WilliamslHimh INSURANCRCOM- FLOUR. SALT, APPLIES AND PKAC1IKS. are JLL, t.r ,'ikeh to bp, or wain any prcvem-, a.ive, ]us: call on mo lor a I'RESIJ PLU'PLY OF DHUGH AM) MUDICIXHS. and Sash and all othtr arnclcs in tln> I'hy-ici.ms' ipt ons put up with earo al all limes nf iho nigh'or ihij. tKt, 18-15 TAVEHX SALE. Till: fiiliM-ribcrb oiler Inrfale ihe Tav-. em .Slant! known as the W.iicnotfn House ppraonul properly g-ncrally, in i-.. __ loss or dumafic l.y I'lKK, at as I. rales aa any equally Ccinii.iny ASCII- BONN DLL'S Siorc, Milw.iii- kio. W. T. The Ollicers and ihe C'tmliaiiy arc CHRISTIAN Z W. HOICKS, SStcreiary. Christiiu Zihrisko, Fred. W. Stephen Willels, Thom.is IMcFilc, .luhu Skillman, Charles O. Handy. DIRECTORS. Andrew C Denedici .loremiiili John-oil, Fra.jcis John LcgL'el Samuel VVillota, Lemuel Ricliaulson, Nicholas Wvckofl'. TOST, Agtnl al N. Y, Mihvankic, Opt. liJ4j HOOT AND SHOW MAN U FACTORY. subscriber still cnntinupF J. to manuf.iclnrc BOOTS and SI1ORS ol every description at h..i Hand on f'lasl Water etrccl. opposite Lndmifton Co's store. All ilioae wishina Hoots oi Shoes made in iiniostgeniecl and workmanlike manner, equal in quahiv and durability to any innn.ilaciurcd wcsi ol nnd finiaicil in Hie ilmirij-hinf! vill ige Of lown, Jell'. Co on llock Ilixcr, which coiibibls of a very large and conunndions house, ncai'y and also 11 good barr together with a good well of water, Any midrniaiioii in remrd lo the premises rr.a> be had hi ringoi Mentis. Wai- drnn and nl" Walcrlown, or u( the s-ub- sciiboisiii nl.iwaiiluc. AUGT'-STDS F CADY- _Nov5_lSI5_____L J.FAIIWKLL. To CapiluhVls nnd Itusims.-, Men. mm w.ih a lamilv, ilcMrona ofobtai ling euiplin mem. and a; ihe ild bo able to invent some ron READV FAY. A. LILY. Mihvaukie, T7PI10LSTEUY AND The respectfully mlorrns-hii. Iriends and ihe public in ecncrnl, thai lie will ntnll limes be nn hand lo excciue with promptueet1, ihe R. Del IURMER. would in form hiaoldcuatomiiraaml ihe public, that he has removed from his old stand to the storo'form- crly occnpicil by Fred Wurdner, and recently by Humincton Bunnoll wheic he will be happy 10 sec all uld customers and aa many nuw ones as will lavor him with a nail, and whoru in few days he will he able loeirpp'y all-lhrtr w.irttf in his line, on the Cheap tor Cash System, Oct., _ hie line, viz: Carriages, Si fas and Matrasses smiled, Paprr Hanging, and will ulsotiCcnd lo gcMtlemen's houses, pulling down 3.....____ carpels, BtuH'cd or wiihout, Floor Oil Clolhs, xfec. (OCtlU) COM., He will also do all kinds of Jobb'ng or new work in Ihc Saddle and ilainess short notici; and on reasonable terms. [lo will h-ive in a short timd any qnanlitr ol Horse Hair for sale, nt hia rcfidenco. two doorR noriliof theWig.-onsin House. R-isl Wan-r street, Milwankie. Oc'.lMJ. WM. NliWKlRK. (lOBB'S, Webber's, and Walker's School Die- lionarios, cheap edinons, for at ixiv 03 S L. ROOD'S. ACADEMY. -J'HB NhXT ol ilnec in ili> 1 InFiiiuimn will commence on tin: lut of Uk.- CUMBER ncM. CDAUCil'S FOH TUiriON, us Common Rnghfh Co Higher 4 till Linn, Greek l-icnch (HI Piano Fnrie. 8 Drawing and Pail (pxtru 3 01) The most ample lor tin of ladies and vounp srcntlrnicn, in bccnmai al the above mo icrm of three monlhs. Good BO.VviD lurnishod in ppnicpl f nm wordt. 1'npils willl.....liar- gjcl al Ihp oboi'e rates from the time eiiiraiiro ,o the end of the lam. R No; "J   

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