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   Milwaukie Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 7, 1845, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               TlfT MIL W A U Will, CL1NO TO THE PJLTjAItS OF THE 1 CMFI E OF OU i LIBGRTICS, AND IP THPY MLiT FFRtoH AMID 1KB ttUlNS. BY ML KEELER. FRIDAY SCENTING, FFBtUARY 7, 1845. 50. 'lKKCTOKY. l exr.efiiliiiij K "C mi 11 m il lot AVI T.W.O D.OLLA11S fur qnc COTTAGE INN. Br Taflj Wuer ireet, Milwaukie, AV 1' ____ T HOI11-! By Holman Corm r of Mi _ E-.ISI Waier street, WM_w_uiUie, _ ___ T ANH Ftrmtrlyofth By Georg'i E. Gravos, f MUwunkia House ft Grtnt Western VVi''Kt Milwaiikie- B.y C. VVull, Wisconsin street, M'rlw.anltin, T. Counsellor at and in Chancery, Mitwankie, Wisconsin.___________ YJ Attorney at and Solicitor in Chancery Mihvaulsie, W.T. __JL_ OG.DEN, Aitornies anfj Counsellors at Law, TliOMAS I.. OBDKW _ -j-N j Auction ar.tl Water Attorncyat Law and Solicitor in Chancery M i 1 u- a u _ A C K 1C T C il U Al Attorney. Solicitor Counsellor. Elk Horn, Walworth County, W.T. jny-5 W II. U Y U O N Wholesale and Retail in foreign and hardware and uullsry; iron, stewl, nails', tin and copper wure; cooking, parlor and box paints, h, At of t'l" ofifjosil" the Col-. tawB Inn. hiilwiiijkie, Jan I'Mo. W. W. BURKE Maaufaclurs of Woolen Goods, ulso Rol Carders d Cloth Dronsers, West Ward, Mitiviiukie, W. T. TWEEDY CLIOCKEft, Attorneys ami Counst-Hors at Law, iV, T. in .llif brick building, ovi-rtiie WmconBin and Fire Jusuru.ice Coisi jjahy's may 20, '4-1 OS K. T.VTKEl-r, OLCDERItK. Dealer in .Dry Goods, Hardwar.ej .Orocken Gtoccries, Drnaj AJubciufb, Dye Wood Dye Slufls, OjJh, Putty, Glass Jrui Uion Cornet cf tci and Mi Milvvnnkie W T A A ri7I7L -.OJN Attomty, Counsellor nml Softc ilv, Milwinkip, T. N. J3. Office reirioveit to b'nittlitig- Sont'.i nf Burvker Hill Store, ort street, fsitf S-htpirdAr Uonnills H ifH i c vi r N w A Y Arlorney nncl Counsellor HI Law, and Sblic-itor In T. ocilG G E O fl GE F A UNI Grocer and Cora mission Merchant, 171' West, Btrt-et, corner of Murray, Wevv York Ctly. Denier in Uutler, Cheese, Lard, Hay, Flour, Grnin, Gf.'iisinw, Seeds, etc. Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, -Hardware, Crockery, Medicines Paints, Oils, Dye Stiifi's, Books and Sin- Sioncry: %jf Corner of Water and Wisconsin tt, MILWAUKIR. CT1OF.R DH. A. S'MiUOrVC'H, COUNSELLOR ATTORNKV AT LAW AND. IN CHANCERY, Office cor'tie.'f of IVa'ler arid Wisconsin streets t over P. J. Slure. W. T. IK piM'iniucd 10 re fee to T WEEDY CROCKER, 1 M-ilwankiV J P. C. NIJ Piirticnl.ir attention lo draw ing- up. paper Notary dnuv Deeds, Mortgages, iWida, take ncknowleflanii-ni of the suine, aud attend to their registry iiimisipr protest billa of excliutiw sind promissory notes f.ir and nori- nLio examine reBordw and Gt.'tid infonnntiiiti to prrsfuis in any of trie Uinli-'fJ SlrtU'p. can always be foil nil at the of 'the RnsjisU-r of Deeds, near the Court (7 H A n L R S C. SA V A G E, his servioes to drnw isftnI tacts'. A Inn to lake ackn-iwlfdirnifnls of deeds ami olh -r of w rUinsiodtnihistUT oni.lia wri'it; alVidnvits and jrivf under sesl, hills off.vciiansre tiro mi.-so ry 'noU's Cornon (jayiiient IIOT> will also t.'xiunirif records, and send 'iif.OTrvui- tio i to persons' in njiy.parl "f the United iSl'itcs.' postitge p-aid, will, re- pfiynpt aUeiilion. Miu Souti- linilifinir over tiMiv's store. Oihct Mwiu street, 4 doors Hur.ib of Boiauic. Mtdi- for T. E'." g7 w D E N T 1ST, OSica at tlie li'te resiiderico of Pisley, W.T. _ Ds.iler.' in Oliiu pork, lard, hams, best aurl ciioest-. All kinds ot drit'd fruits in ihfir Orders iYoirt'abroful will ivceivpd ,-.nd promptly 'aiiciiited to. AMrcss-M. f'.adow, J. F- Obio. UUBBELL, LYNDK, Attoraeys couusellori at Uw, Wi! .v.-mkio, W. T. trwi JK I.VM'B :and R.t-tail dealers in Books, Station- ery and'Pnpor GortK-r of a.n-1 streets Milwitukie HOOT .v snot': STORE. A. Titv roaniii'iicloros UnoUs and showof e'very description, to order, LmJimiton't store, Milwaiiltk1. f''h 17.-9 Attorney aat! Couiisiillor at Lav. 'W. "W'ill a.uena to nll.uew .busincst kvni oi' Qpliam (fe.Wa iyd by Allot ncy' and at Law, and Solicitoi and Counsellot-i'o nonii cf Ion, _ __ N J A Vi, and retail dealer in M StuilVt, I'uiiils, Oiiu, MaUrrs, nciu-rul c'l-alcrs .in. LiHiieM'.F-infiy nitv dtrert, iii'iir st Wntcr ptn- in iind'relail Henry Y-'ites Suvdam DOLLAil--. 'ES'ag.iiiixt arid fire, iVlenrhiindize' "V cry nf on ftivv-iaile tj' Joseph W. Duryee R. A. Auihntiy P. JaiiWs'6. Ward .Geurs? Hapelye Hubert L. Smith Peier A- 'Barirons James E. Coo'ley Gardner A. Snje Julia Kuihveti. Jolin P. Ni'smHli Cr.ristian H. -S.ind Jiifippli .Boncbard A. G. 'j'.luimpson SiUs Tlulmts .Hunry" Row hind LAJIBURT SUVDAM, Pruitknl: Strong, Sic'y. E U A'D LEY A MET C ALP, A gents. Dec. S3, 1S-44. li KUi'tA.XCH COiVU'ANV OT 'i'j Ul-T coniinuu.io insure nyainsi Lossor fire, on I'liiihiinsrs, Mills, Fnrniinre, Go'idsor Vessels in Pro- duce up: n inland imvisaiion. WM. W. RM.SWOHTII, B" GHSPNT., U.-.NSKI. W. .AVn.f.i.s L. Niia-TiiAM, EI.T.KHV'Tln.i.s, WM. KK-I.OG, -EMiUN'r; G. HOWE, El.ISHA A. G. JOHN WM. A. WARD, DANIEL CLARK, President. WM, COXNKH. Se'Tt'litry. JA.V5F.S S- BATvEU, Asent Mi'lviuikie, M-'iy ait, I8-14 ly "WISCOX3J A RTiXE RANCE COMi'ATS'Y. B001S IS D SHOES -borne VLT J ry slout one1-, rit etc ai the I CRO1X RUM, a first me .mule r snleby JACOtJ RAPI-T 1C G ANDERS' 'llLADLRb-foi bTORC Til PROOF CtunJcTBi tmeiv d i din! tog, s ile by JACOB U 1 A VJiN i U13 AUU JUM itlei'vcd __ iH riH_s_ilr_by_ __ JACOB R A PEL m HONCY DEW I OB a late article for sale by J. RAPEJLJJE. CJD rnrl, i i ie nrlicle u ittid .ba.. by. LAV ii'sti- .OAi.v-.ljb- 6r single, solij by _ __ tlif by I: 'EDGETiS.iuid J bound, ;il. ROOD FLANNELS, H a good qij'iliiv JACOB RfYPEUE'S-.; JJU If rsnle 1 u'uci Caiid'lcs.ii.ir's.'ii'i.' fj'y.. Com by ;i lor.sikj. JACOB liAPELJE; Un che-.innt V' RIG AA RD-dONS.' If wiiiVi ;i fi'rst'r'iiic fi'riii'Je'Vvr J.A'CGB RAEEIJE'S. 2Ey of all Rinds for snle.rii-..' i LASS Ivoin the niu'mjlfn'iiii'lds f -J'A.QOB RAPELJii. CUCOA bv co.'unti Ivt'r -ttuisiiu. ifjoin-y lhk'.-ii. f, .'.'.'KOOJu.'V- V' OOLMES" 01 tin; Tumi I y orr by ieJ thii day. 'received'' by' ,rtec24 v, K.L: nt SJ lA b -Billui; R.O >D Co g low It ROOD  VJ> Snrin par fl la 1. Fur sale by '.decia HOLTQN GOODALL. ED Ki.pe Cordago, for H.OLTON for wie h.p ft- HOLTON GOODALL. AN ytt tons iilnck HOLTOX GOOOALL. hy GUOPALL. all hinds, GOOD ALL. arid. plain.'Vor sals All I SIJO-BS, lor HaU> bv HOLTON A GOODALL. first rate orticlc, for sale by GOOD ALL IA JO 11OLTOK GOOD ALL.- S Fii'r "si't! c' IIOLTON ;A R GOODA LL. IJOLTGN t'AID FO'lV HIDES, bv GOODALL. A lol jusl s.tle HALli'-S- Bonlrsuire. _ JLlj SA Wei tiiipcriur arliclep, for GOODALL. .-nle liy [tnaj, S5j' N. A. WCLUhE. HUM. An exce It-lit "for VVM. M. CUNNINGHAM _ Jg- O'n S K BLANK ET ForTa'V l.y OOODAjL. li C; J.TitN GOOD A LL. iJ U IS -JL' U l 'f i i ,T liCTO J re- csivc'd rind i-.il. 1 mill w, in KUruoti lull' ttii If bbls. for sn If h v A fJ. DA Y A N a choice lot I'inno MUKSC, tit. WLSHI OE C" Bo A, Bookstore. nil kinds, ioi unit- by liOL'l'OK Gut )UALL. recervi-d.it tlALIS'S. iMTE-W.INE by GOODALL. FOll WHEAT; by K "I A1 L.J.. sn-pyrior nrt'cls i.N by. A. G. DBYAiN. I Q'U S- r i ut r. w Sujjur liousf Svrnp. w i th nonie and gooH-'articlp.-at ihe VARt'ETY STORR. CJ-'just uiid-for siilr- hy OetnUcr H. N. CQN'AWT. LA D, i na1'1; FA rv c y A u TI c L LI great ahd extensive l kinds arid varieties, at t.lie at irt aoo .bWsoiuo AVHISKFY W'V- ior by M'CLUKK, Not 11 Roaer'.s Bririk Ohio CHEESE forsak N, A. Novii No-vll by T-.'-'A: M'CLUftB; JJloclr.- hive, 'for sale by ihebiil-ivr Y, by .ITLCA.VY IMUit Cio'ili Over Coats, frinn 'J e pio 50'in S8 fared nicinev in fin's Qct.2S, ll.'-'-' bbls W'.ril'fii-FiSB, in wholes arid hnlv.os, fur snle by- Novll K. A. M'CLlfRE, Furs, flc. SVaVer fctreel, Inn. iK.lesalc' mid in Dry Groceries, Hardware, etc the old stund, neorly opposite the .Col- Inn, GOODALL, rutfiit deaiors in domestic und foreign Dry Goocla, Grticorioe, Crockery and ''Hardware, BooU.and Harness, Sou- mud' Upper L'jiiliier, Paiiils, Oils and Dyu Stuffs, corner of Spring and went Wafer sta FTftnUIS to ji MariiK'unfl FirfU'iinriinorits, on liberal ce mis. -They nlso receive money on tlopo? i t jiiTid a t- ot ij-t r rnon.-i ed o p.e rai ions hi whiciij by.tlicircliarier.tlu-y 'a reauthorized T'Jii'C. Specijil rates of interos;   SlJC XtS. I.riij-J.l Loar ,'M-J H'-OIJ tsi. of tor W' LAMPS sold n" itJ assDi-inient of Ttn-AVare.eiiherni rcmil :n Co' sii'i'l mixed, bljck and mixed, for by DAGGET'i1 I'lICHARDSON. JM. lor waultie Varitt.1 (ij'' UIKJ Mil- Irsn. :.l. A. A For. tv j. A br.r, "I ''all. s.ies e J. A 'A 'of' (lie at pri- 11 I.I Hired- Ity uifl' whalcsule .-arid' rcila'il! at extreme prices; liy JIOLTOK by _ _ ._ DAGGli'rT coiuplpie assi.itluicn. JL of very (ow opposite i hfCotiiige Inn, by iiYliON CO. fur sale very hy 10 p'rf E-l-r RICHARDSON. Kill your v.JJi-nt until you liuve cnl'ptl on us. HOLTOiN A GOODALL. UUAUCLOTL-I, Citflei Mii'-d, Saiineit, i-aver-clotli Bux JfcSai-k COATS. up in ib? lu-st siyle, and very f hexptur casli, by FJ.N.CONANT. An OHice in the iiow bnilJing beUvcen Mfs-rs. Hcllon Good- alls, near the Bridge. Inquire en thv LOWTHKR VVARNKR. .flcide's .Connnercial Block, buildings', Ensl Wiiter'street, Milwiinkie, AV. T. very le'r-m'si- Tlieir T. BIN8HAM. GF.O. nd Rdtnil 'Pea lers in. Dry Goods. .sb.mh Bloi'k-. E-isi Winer svrpei ,'iViilv ;WKoVesaie au'.i .tlviail Di-.'iU-r in Dry Goods, I 'HaVdware, Crockery, Boots and BSoes, 'eoi'hur '-Roger's' Blotilr, we.st Milw.-lHklt'. P. O. tlALC, Dsaler ia Books, SiiUionL'ry and Bonk Binder, etc., Wisconsin street, Milwaiikie'. J--W. ivi. LACK; tGarmpnts of every of the" best- Draper' arid .Tailor- niuf'c to o, ala, aiid vyarranteVl to fit. Sho.p on 'E'. Water afew Wisconsin COMPAJNY. Qffiei in ib.e- brick 'b.ailding, corner of Wisoon- ss- is con-ri u'cfed -on jnsl and lion- orsble principles, and nil losses'.wil.i be adjiisfed-. -and 'pronrpity paid. The following. gentlemen compile ih'e board of Directors ELiPIlALET TERRY, Pres't, S. H. Hnnii.nglon Hezelf-in-h. Hiirn'ington.' Alberl Day Jnnius S. Jatpes "Gmiil win jr John P.. Brace Charles Bus we' 1 1 .Hen'ry Keney. f'. 53- Owners.of in.sp re it loss Or claihage ..by firV.Hre 'in.viied.to ap- pTy lo l he w.hp-is aaihoriziid .to issue1 policit1.-- angl 3m JAMES'Sj BAKER, .Siir.geou JRentlst, in Austin's .bv'uik buildinw where ho will to attend to nl.l who" wish his -se-r-vtees. Mr, B; will warrnnt all ope rations he th'iiiyi perform done in a aki-V- fi.il manner nnd 'in re d p rinci pies of the- Office- 9 to R o' executed Mv-- i. hiuhesi cysh V Q'roo i? !i. I. X o 1 LL "'-l RP Can.-) Hemp S' Cuul'e" -Fish' Botvfi'foi Biriis, .Druggist. iV'iLAX still. coniJriuM L to pay .'the 'rnarfcef 'p'ric'ti in''cash' lor'FLAX EEL li-R'. to pay.t.ne njarKe: prico in casn uu- r i. _ at.his stor lead TOY'S, and uu jj u r. ToySi Orufnffj etc. ;B't the -TO- IViSSi'iV'- A venjsrvt tore cr 'article; crop., S; .f.'ocoa n'ndi chocolate, of Pollion's matia-ficiure. v..- D.W. BAYLIES :j. by the dozen o "f ifiiil- oh- t.loors va'-rte'ty.1 o .1. >.ij ijcuu -lutp j. Cigars, of .nfcely 'made io. order. F. parties "s. i' Jelliss, Ca tee, on short iiotrce, to i-' l I1 that they will make money "y 'I- "-'JOHlfi; WINTER. side Wisconsin St. Whaiesale. and re.tnil 
                            

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