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Milwaukie Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 22, 1845, Milwaukee, Wisconsin SEN TIN EL WE WILL CUINO TO THE -PtLI.AKS OP THE TEMPLE OF OJJji .LIBERTIES, AND IP THEY. MOST. PALL WE WILL PERISH AMID THE HD1NS; BY DAVID M.-KEELER. JATURpAY'MQRNING, 'FEBRUARY .22, 1845. VOLUME BUSINESS DIRECTORY, Business Canls not. fix liiirs.- inset i.eil I'or year, u i- TWO DOLLARS Ibi- uuc By Tafi't E.isi Water :..treet, Mihvaulue, W. T. TiiSiMOWT HOUSJfi. ByHolnian of Miotiigan East Water street, Milwaukie, W.T. By George K. Graves, Ftrmerlij of the Mi.lwaiil.-i'f: ft Gi-ai.it Wesie-rn Hotel V-stWard, Milwiinkie. J3y C. Wall, Wisconsin street, Milwiiukin, "W. T. _____... Councilor at nnd in Chancery, Milv, aukie, Wisconsin. PETER Attorney at Law ami Solicitor in Chancery MH want; i e ,_W T ._ __ ___ ____ ___ _2_ __ AUornies an1.'. CunnsHlors at Law, THOMAS OGDKM Milwaukee, J iily, 1S-1X 2U JOMN P. RAGUE Auction and CoumissionKoom East Water 3lreel.Milv.-auUie. Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Milwaukee. 'W. T. _ C .lOfT C H U Attorney. Solicitor and Counsellor. JSlk Horn, Walworlh County, W.T. ,iny25 3nio Wholesale and Retail dealer in foreign and domestic hardware and cutlery; iron, steel, nails, tin and copper ware; cooking, parlor and box stoves; piirita, oils, glass, Basil, .Attheaignof the iinvil, opposite tlie Cot- Inn. J-'tn 2 1'845 CO., Forward i-nji Comtn'i.sston1 Mc.r- chants, and dealers bev, Provisions, Fish, Salt, G. D. 130 US MAN, BROWN, AinfXANbE'R MfATiTIEtJON. Attorney, Counsellor and Solicitor, Mthvnukie, W. T. 'N. B. OUVce removed to building- South of Bunker Hill Store, nn'Wnler street, Sheptird Bonnell's. jy 13-103. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Soliciior In 'Chancery MiUvanUie. VV. T. ofilfl Maaufaclurs of Woolen Goods, alno Rol Carders d Cloth Dressers, West Ward, Milwauhic, W.T. nutl Counsellors at Law, Milwaukie, W. T. Oliice in the brick building, over the Wisconsin Marine and Fire insurance Corn pany's Hflice. may 20, '44 ON H. TNVli-ElY, HANS CKOF.R Botanic Physician Oifiee Main street, 4 doors of Huron street. 'AN" Botanic Medi- ci n es fo r sa 1 c M i 1 k i e VV" Oiica at the lato residence of Maurice Pi.tley, _ __ Milwaiikie, T. ______ "BARLOW SL Dealer? ia Ohio pork, lard, hams, best dairy butter and cheese. All kinds ol driuti and green fruits in their Orders from abroad will thankfully received and promptly to. Address M. Barlow, J. F. Cani. PiiirnsvilloO LYNDB, oounnellort at law, Mihvankie, W. T. Grocer and Commission Merchant, 171-West street, corner of Murray, New York Dealer.in Cheese, Lard, Hay, Flour, Grain, Geneing, Seeds, etc. VG B Y Dealer in Dry Jrockery, Drugs, Medicines Paints, Oy'o Woods, Dye Sl'tifi's, Books and .Sta- tionery: Water "Wisconsin Strcelf. M i A UK i K ..___-, COUNSELLOR ATTORNKY AT LAW Office tif tt'nl.r.r nnd Wisconsin-streets over F'. J. Blair's Slurs. T. Is permitied to refer to T WEEDY CROCKER, J HOLTON GOO'DALL, rp P. C. NB. Particular attention to drawing np paper PAUL JUNEAU, Notary draw Ost-da, Mortgages, Bondn, Leases, take acknowledgment of tlie same, nnd attend U> their minister oaths, protest bilia of and promissory notes fur non-payment nod non- will also examine records and send 'information to in any part, of the United States. He can always) be found at the of the Register of IJerds, mar the Court Huuse. Nov. services to draw deeds, bonda, mortgages, leases and contriictf. Also to take acknowledgments of deeds and olh'.T instruments ot'vvrtting.adniinister oitths wri.e affidavits and give certificates under protest bills of exchange ind promissory for non payment find non will also examine records, and send iniorma- tio.i to persons inlerented in part of the United States. p.tid, will're- cciTe prompt attention. Otfioo in Itie-Senti- buiKiiiiir over L J _jy3_ EijuitalViC insurance" CAPITAL. SUUES ajr.'iiiisi loss p.ixl diunrse by fire, ii. ev try deseripiion of properiy. an turms. XV M. lj. w'lLStflitB fc CO. VTliolesale and Retail dealers in Books, Siai'.on- cry ami Paper Hangings. of i Water and Michigan streets Milwaukie W. T. BOOT .V SHOE STORE. A ELY manuiictures boots and shot's nf-evcry description. to order, opposite store, 17 -3 I Attorney aru! Counsellor at Law. Milw.aukte Yv'.T. Will auendto all new business for thelate firm of Upham Walwortli, oCi ;e recently oeeupied liy tliein W.V3. M. CUWMNGHAM, Mid retail deah'r in Urugx niu) McJ- icinco. Dye Slufie, etc. Wt-b- sler's Block, East Water etrt-et MRS. CAMPBELL W18S iiURGESS, Milliners mid Dresa MalmrB, general dealers ia Ladies' Fancy Goods, Millinery, <3tc. Wis- eonein street, near E -st Watov _ WhoJivsnle and retail dealers in Hit.-, Caps, Furs, etc. East Water Street, nearthe Outface Inn. Henry Yattrs Snydam Shepherd Knnpp John P. Nosmith Oiii-istian H. S.ind Juxeplt Honcliard Paul Spoffurd A. G. Thompson Gilas Hnlnics Harvt'y Weed Henry R.owlarn.1 Joseph W. Duryee 11. A. Robertson Authony P. Eblyey Jatries O. Ward Georsje Rftpriye Ucben L. Smith Pijier A. James' E. Ciutley Rtitiiven.' Joseph Mil wa Okie, DL-C. 23, SUTDAM, President: METCALF, Agents. JAMES KNEBLAND, holesalo and retail dealer in Dry Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, etc at the old stitnd, neorly oppoaile tlie Cot- Uge Inn, Milvvaukio Wholesalo nnd retail denlera in domeetic und Dry Gooda, Groceries, Crockery and Boots und shoes, Hitrneas, Bole and Upper L-jatln-r, Pain la, Oils and Dye StuflfVt, corner of'Sprina: and woat Water sts _. opposite Heide's Commercial Block, Water street, Milwankic, W. T. F-HlNOtlAM. CEO. "Wliolesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods. Groceries, sontli store, Coininer- Block, E-ist Water street. M.ilwniikie. J 5T R JE, t'O'f.D.Coiui continue in naainsi Losior Dameigcby Fire, im Mills, Furniture, Vessels in Pro- duce up-jn inland navieniton. DIRECTORS. WM. W. EM.SWOKTH, B. W. GRKF.NK, D.kNIKr. W. Cl.AHK, WM. Ivi-'.n.oa, EMSIU Pftn, JOHN WARBUSTON, THOMAS BKI.KNAP, LHMUET. HIJMPKHKV. DANIliL W CLARK, President. CoxNXii, Secretary. JAMES .'S. BAKER, Apeot. Milwaukie, May 20, 18-14 l'y_ EDMUND A. G. A. WARD. __ i RE INSURANCE COMPANY. Corapsny conlinne 10 eflbetlnsurajR- .in both Marineand Pi re departments, on liberal terms. Thcya'lso receive money or. dc posit, and' tranaficiotiierraoniedopfjrrit ions, in which, by c'lieirchartefjthey areauthoriaecl engage. Specialrates of interest allowedon sumsde. posited for stated periods. Exchange on tlie principal cities of the Union, to De had at low rates.. Reniiitancesinade to any part ofGreat Britain or Ireland. ALEX. MITCHELL M i 1 wn n k i tvA rlU 1S'2 S-lf 'Wholesale ami iletaii Dealer ii) Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Croctery, Boots and 'Shoes, corner of Rogur's Block, west ward, Dealer in Books, Stationery, and Book Binder, etc., Wisconsin' fetree't, Milwaukie. Draper and Tailor Garments of every de- scription made to order, of the best warranted to fit. Shop on E. Water, a few doors above Wisconsin street. COMPANY- .Office in the brick building, Sornerof Wisco'n- sin and Main streets. Dealer i a Dry Goods, Hardwztre, Crockery Groceries, Woods, Dye Sltiils.Painta, Oils, Putfy, Glass, Iron, Nails.Stationary.fcC.-Cornerof East Wa- ler and Michigan W. T. rd 'irc liisuruncu Compaiiy. Incorporated in 1S10 t.'hanci- wilh to Incruuso U lu FB1HIS well known and long established Jl an 'n'mple. cash capital, hays established an agency sit Milwaukie, isnd offer to i nsu re..liu-t til rugs, furniture, mills, on very favor.iible ternis- Tl'.ejr extensive business is-c-ofirtiicie'd on j'ist and .hon- orable principles, losses will be tqniiably 'adjnsletl arid, promptly paid, The following gentlemen compose ifie 'board of Directors ELlPHALi'.T S. H. Hnntington -Hezekia'h Hnniingfon Albert Day Jtrnins S. Morgan James Goodwin jr John P.' Brace Charles BoS well Henry .Kenejf...- JAMES G. BOWLES, Sec'y. of properly who wish to insure it against Icis's or damage by fire are .invited to ap- ply to the subscriber, who is authorized to issue policies without delay.' 3ra: J AMES S, BAKER. Asent. Stepheu Uoyce, Surgeon A S taken-'rooms in Austin's .br .i.ck bu he .h'app.y to attend to_all.; wtio" wish his services. Mr. B. will warrantrail he Jnay perform to be done in a skil- ful manner'arid in: accordance with the most approved principles of: (irt. Office hours from 9 o'clbek JtoV.. 1J AND -SHO'iCS. -ve- stout HAPEtJE'S.. H" __a r tt clu for sale by J. R A P E L J E. dp FISH, si first rMte.iiiifeiTai ve'ty I'.hlii ia'iu b? J. _______ _. _______ _ "PRT'MEariicfe of' CHEESE for cheHp'by -JACOB RAPEL.1E. EVV JjHiid- and lur ,sjiif- __ _ _' JACOB RAPELJ'E. ri'eTp Tot saTe JACOB -RAPELJE'S'. va OL ASSES, a- good hty ior4s per gul- _____ HO ,M ii 'us U ti r a Til K wholesale 01" retail, n't the trrocery J. R. E RlEMliR. 500 Iba. this day received by dec24 H.L. PAGE. utiti.a wii.li ao.me of Da_ ain's house __________'_ __.__ ___ A. C. DAYAN. LAS' FiNCrf F o r's a 11iTt y14 .No. 3, H.iger-s Block For tiiilo uf, FRHD.WARDNER'S, jnyl4 JL FRED. W A RD N.ER'3, No, 3, Roger's Block. For sale at FRED. WARONEfl'S, No. 3, Roger '.a Block. O ANDERS' sale at 0 ROOD Mtrinj; di-ied Apples. ;i tirst rule anielej 3G b.ixi-'.s ihe new crop. Gr.iin sacking; cocoa and'ehoi.'oli'.te, of j in8 Pillion's iii.-trmft the gross, dozen or single one. We an? ittso is for the and car; sell them er tha.ii any other iiouse of." HOOD and Letter do., a large supply, of all quali- ties and prices. For sale ai HOPKINS' Booitiore. and POLITICIAN'S HEG1STEK for 1645-jast received by and I'or Bale Kt feh7 W1LSHI RE CoV 7TtlUKCH PSAiJjrisjT tliujpubitc, HO- Vy oittl nnd private useot Evangelical Christ- iana. For sale lit WILSHISE Cft'8. INriTKUMiiiN i ing of violins, violmcellos, accordions, Also, violin strings, strings for guitar and violincello, for sale at jny-25 W1LS-HIRE CO'H Bonttstore.__ TUST received, at the Crockery Store, S tons of rj fresh butter, (a superior 3UO bushels dried apples, ,'iO bushels dried peaches, a lot of greed apnles and cider vinegar. ______________F. J. BLAIR _ quaniiiy cif coon, w fox, mink and deer SKIIsS, for which the hifrhesl market ptice in will be paid. febl2 II. IN. CONANT, At Ihe sitrn of the Three Tfut-f." Eiist Water st., Mihvanlcie, Tmpiritint from N Orleans! )TJST received rfin.'ct from N Orleans, via St. Lonis and Chicago, 8 boxes ol new Lem- ons, a choice never been littler here in market. For sale at 4s M per dozen, by fi-b8 JOHN WINTER, Drnpaist. _ pared from lite choicest of French anil put up expressly for utir rftiiil trade, by CUNNINGHAM, Apntheciiry, of the liirj Mortar phorous, nale very low" by WM. M. "CUNNINGHAM, W hoUsnle, -fc Iletaii Druggist TO ity.'iT----An OfSee in the new bnilding between Mossrd. Hal too Good- ulls, near the Bridge. Inquire en Jha of I.OWTHKR WARNER. JOil Such aa Cards, Circulars, Ball Tichets. Checks, Promptly executed at this OfFice DAVID M. KEELICR. er in Erij; I i-sh, Fro n c h -n n d German Fancy GOODS, ..Perfumery and Jewelry. barrils, contain- JS.J each 7 rinzen will be sold hy .the dozen or buttle, to Tavern Keepers and so that they will make money ny it. Call and set-, JOHN WINTER. 3. 1M41. Drugsriiit. H ASTROS' compound SYRUP OF NAP- mile by W M M. C UN N f KG I-IA M feb4 Apothecary, Mihvnukie KITE v.-iV and I'or sale. ANo, an pxcelient of GREEN APPLES for tale eheap by tlecSO J. R. DE1UISUER. t XL AX still continues tn pay Ihe Hiarke: price in cash lor FLAX SEED, in any quantity deiivori-d at his >tora 01- at Dousman C'o' the lively appearance nl tho hai __ by _ A !il I 'n A! TEA tbiit well M. 8 shilling-; 5 pence per 1 received, three more, chests, by the last best, the Banker Hill. Also, several chests young hy- son from 3, 6, 7 nnrl Sshillinss per llx Al so Congo anx Ponction bjiiuk by dee3 JOHN WINTER, -P'ruggial Hi Teas, Sugar, CuflVe, Spicc.5, Buucr, Lani, c'lei'ss, dried apples ami peaches Molasses, ham. poik. riet-, pearl inrley Cnuoa shell, chocolate prnnos, raisins Tamarinds, fresh W.est India preserves With a general' assortment ol Grorerie.s. hv fjanll DERIE1WER South side Wisconsin -St. Wholesale and retail deal- er in Bdle upper, harness and band Leather; Saddles. Harness, Tnmhs, Vaficeg, Saddlers' Trimmings, etc. etc. dec23 E-M.EP.Y'S.. This establishment' hns been ppeae.d'.on iskpn'san street, a .'few above; Mr. ijjj! Blair's- 'store, where every variety, ol MCii.n'clys, Sugar Toys'.. Lead und Wooden. Cigars, all of ilTe'bVst "'ill be icept consianilv hand. or Parties supplied with Creams, on shorj: notice, nicely got tip and famished to Spy part, of ihe city. t'wSt'f I been ajipninted an agent of the Fire Insurance Company, of Hartford, Ct. la prepared to is cue policies of insurance to all who may desire it, in this place. The.extensive business done by this compa- ny, and its known character for promptness the payment, of losers, has given to it the versal confidence of the public. The under signed will be found at the Milwanliio House. jnne2418-14- LiSVI HUUBELL. rpQ improved flexible JL artificial very'convenient ar- ticle for the purpose for which it was This article affords the. most perfect relief in case ofson: nipples, and will be as readily, taken by .the infant as the natural. A property belonging to no other article ever used lor this They arc accompanied by. full and ample ciirec- lions. For sale hy W. M. CUNNINGHAM, ANDVtt'OVIsSlON STOKE- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. PAYNE AND VAN ALSTYNE.one door north ihe Cottage, Ion, are receiving, (incl will continue to receive dining the son, Ijjprk Fluar, Butter, Lard, whf'eli they will sell at a small advn'nce from cost. They will be on -hand reaily lo'bav all kinds .if Produce at the market price. Persons wishing to buy or sell will call in.' Milwaukie, March t7ti Th- r 1 1 1 o- nil tors, with Farenhcit's Rcnlc, from below zero, to 212 above, ThPKC arc warranted correct. yole bv VVM. M. CUNNINGHAM. sixl Kr-lail tmig'irii? A 1 N Tlclt "fi'inp 1 oy in iu will be given to two or three ilouMC Piiinters, by calling on the at their Simp, between t-Joltnn Goodall and the bridge on Spring West Ward. _JanS_ ____ LOVVTHER WARNER. VV A L LU'S'o'- WOI1T COUGH The prcpnrution now in the Jorm of con- fenlion i'ur cowpliH, colds, Try it. For sale by VVM. M. CUNNINGHAM, Druggist Pharin-.ccnl.iet, JanvIT Milwanklc. WEBSTER'S NEW and BPcjoel to his Klcmentary SpeUinj; Book for salt: by the qnanti'y. Toacherit fnrnifihcd with cop'u-u for their exninination true o charge, at the JVlilwauIiie School lioul it'iry, corner of Water Minh'ujnn _jny25 iS. 'Ji'hcMitiscriber tin Ha a consignmnnt of Chtetipec D SHEET- IKGS, which lie wishes (o close ofThy the before the opening ol navigation at. Sustmt jab. fiing priccf, nnd costs ol trunspiiriniinn. of it is >iored at Racine. A. C. Icci-SdwSm 134 Late st.np stairs, Chicago. ipaocri ESTER C received at the1 Mechanic's Tcol olnre, a new supply of Coojipr'u toots for aale at Koch. es'.er -Broad Adze, Shaves, Champrr do, do, Hoop do, V IJards, Levi'lluri, pnssei, flour bbl Honpn. up, jnyH K I N G Crockery TUSTreocivod at'iho Crockery Store, a eplendid OEsortrnent of Crockery
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