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Milwaukie Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 16, 1845, Milwaukee, Wisconsin M1LWAB SMTIN1 WE WILL CMNO TO THE PILLARS OF THE TEMPLi OF OH3 LIBERTIES, AND THEY MOSf WK WIIA P'EBKa AitflD TUB RUINS. VOLUME I. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER tl N t W 110 US By Oeorg-J K. General DeMer m MrtliiKiy WitcvBaln street. Mitwaukie, may 1 SfFfTKiiFi ELD v AT i s. Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, W.T. rt- OOi-e in Block BUTTMriELD. _ D. VAN DKRKIS, Oouawllor M and in Chancery, Wisconsin, o. a. DORWIN oo. Ml I, W AUK IB, W. T. _ teace tkis House Daily for all parts of tlie Territory. O-The OMNIBUS and Bujrgmfe Wagon wilt always he in attendance at the Boots.___ OlTT" HOTBL, BY D. WELLS N. B. HOLM AN, MII.W.M'KIB, W. T. Singer leave ihis ll.uise for Janesville, Madi- >on, Qiilena. Minetal Point, W.ttermwn, Chicago, ttc._______ __ may 2ii T. J. JUSTICE or THE PEACE. Oflice N.I. (i, Wisconsin street, Milwatikie. March SHIRTINGS Twenty Bales Brown two Caws Bleached do from Shirt- from 3-4 to 04 in width at SJMUT sale at great bargains, 10 Pagin's celebrated smut machines. MILLER C0SHMAN. Mil wau-ie June 18. quantity ot Plastering Hair for sale at the Wisconsin Saddle, Har- ness and Trunk Manufactory, 3 doprs nortli of Ladlniton's. WHEELER SIFEUT._ CASH! by the subscri- bers, one hundred thousand staves for flour bbls for which tlie highest market price in CASH will be paid. July 7 LUDJNCTON CO. -----------RANDALL i. Aitornies and Coanv-llc.rs at Law, 18H.__________I.1----- JOHN F. RAQUK Auction anc; Coumissionaoora-East Water 13 PliOFIiK'S BY IIENHV S.AVKS. Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisinns. (fines, qunrx, Fruils, Cruck.'ry, llaii, Hardware, Wooden wnre, Stnne wnre, West Ward, one door north ot Kopelje's, near ihe American House. TE. ARNOLD, Attorney at Law and Solicitor W. T. W T tlu- Wiseonsm uxd I itsu ranee Com pany's iiO, '44 Soil' H. __ CBOF.rKR D. W.DAVLti S, deal- er in English.Frcnch n-d Qrrman Fancy GOODS Perfumery anil Jtui'lty. Watches, etc. and Wau-lK's re- paired at (lie no- IJCP one door west of STOH K. Dry Goods, Groceries, Ronlg, Shoes Wholesale and Ketu I. G- COGSWELL. Middlf Hidi-'s CoiniiurciBi Block. Milwnukitf, May 1 I, 1-S4.V_______ F. c A i; us Attorney, Solicitor, and Counselor, Noiary-Public and Genoral Agent fur the dis- po-nl of Rea, F.--iiif. Whitewater, Wjlwurih co. W. T, jueUCm Boot aii ftftM Bttanufectory. rHE mnsinoes manu foe- lure SHOES of every de.tcrip- jn al hisoiUf Jtenrf un Eabt Water street, op- posite Ludinjffon Co'ssiore. All ihuse with- bouts and (hoes ma.le in a mo-t ftemeel and wo r k ID manner, equal In qualiiv and du- rabiliiy io anjywanofficiated west uf N. Yofk, do weWogive him a call. A Rood sup ply of boots a JH shoes of my own mwufacture constantly unsfcand. CTGi-nilemin's dress boots. Ladies' toilers and hall gailCTS, Morocco and Kid work, made bv isuperior wrKmi-n, w.ill be furnished wiih despatch for A.ELY. HOT SUBSCrll BERS AS Agenu lor the Wisconsin Shot Co. will keep a full supply of shot of all sizes conntnntly on hand jimeO OOd __ MILLER CUSHMAN, TsiS___DOUSMAN CO., Forwarding Commission Mer- chants, and dealers in ber, I'rovijfioiiH, Fish, Salt, G. D. DOUSMAN, Miwaukie.Jan 28. WM. BROWN. here- tofore existing under ihe name and firm Wiirsi is (lay dissolved by rnu iaal consent. The business will bei-ominued by G. Wutet. Wuuwaiosa, July 10, 1845. o. >v u its i, L. HELLBERG. UOCT. EST, NORCHO89 A BOSTON, MASS. WHOLESALE DeaVrs in ti.reign and Dometsic DRY GOODS, Woollen-, Wool Backs Flannels, ifcc and nlso tire receiving from tlie Manufactory SHOES, I'alni Leuf HATS, offered at low The the Western Mtr chant is solicited. July BOOTS, nil of which attention oft RESPECTFULLY rnnonnces to his old Iriimls.in.) the public nrner..lly, he iii.iy be lound at hi" r.M-'ence, on the side ihe Public Square, near the Court Hi.o-e, in rea'line-s KI pcilunn ail operations in Surgi- cal or MeuhrtnicM.D mis-iry in accordance with ihe laii'M improvements, tind in a manner as as can bs done in nny of the Ea-.J lent riiii's As evidence nff kill, reference may hi-bud to numerous fur whom have been done in this city. Charges moderate, and all operations war- ,1. julylStt M1LWAUKIE undersisned ate now cnlnrRing iheir auw Mill on the wnter power, and willsmm lui vein readiness loreni, the second nnd ihird stories, criniidling of fou." each J2 by 70 feet, finished lo order, with power from B wheel designed exprem.y fnr their junelO WOULtfjespectlully Inform the Lidtes ot Mijwaukleand she has received pef'express from New Kork, a new and general assortment of MILLINERY GOODS, ooniiiting in part of Rpnl Neapolitan Hals, Rice straws, French Diuistablcs, P.iifrii Dunstnblrs, Tuscan, Hat nnd Cap Ribbons of all kinds, Kul Gloves, Together witli tho LATEST FASHIONS, direct from New York, and will be happy to esecute all orders in-herjine of business with nentnessnnt despatch, on the most reasoim- terms. street, a few north ot the Mtlwautiie House. N. B received nn invoice of Suaw Goods, whioh'nre for cale jji3 3m J. P. Residence at the "American House. BireharJ'.i Block, Sprm Dfllwaukic W. T. H. D. JEM Jil O Wodenware, Fareninft c. 2e corner of Chtsmul and Th.rd Milwaohie. L.J.H1UBY, Drr Goods, Groceries, Hardware, ker Dru-, MedUines Oils, e .ireeli. rug, Dye Stufts BooUs and 8ta- Crockery tioner Siretts, Manufacturers of Woolen also Roll Ctrderi d Cloth T. Wholesale and Retail dealers in and Paper an1 WM. M. CUNNINGHAM, Wbolosale retail dealer llrugs Med- Dye Sluffs, Paints, Oils, Web- Corner of Water W. T. ale r a EaHt_Water stn-et JAMES KNEELAND Wholesale and retail dealer in jiry Goods, Groceries, Hard ware .Crockery etc. Enst Water street. Protection Against Fire. FIRE undersigned having been appointed an agvnt of the vEtnn Fire Insurance Company, of Hartford, Cl. is prepared policies ol insurance to all who may desire it, in place. The extensive business done bv this compa- ny, and its known character for promptness in the payment of losses, has gfiven toil the uni- versal confidence of the puhlic. The under sijrned will he found at the Milwaukie House. j u n e24 1614 __L E VI H U BUELL. Fire Insurance Company. Inearpurolrcl in ISSO (.'Imnpr iplmJ IW.OOU powrcrlu increase li hi THIS well known and loritf established an ample cash established nn agency at Milwaukie, and offer on'very favorable lermv Their extensive business is conducted on just and.lion- orable all lixses will be equitably adjnsted and promptly paid. The following gentlemen comp ihe board of Directors ELIPHALKT TERRY, Prei'i. S. H. Huntington Hczekiah Hiuitington Albert Day Junius S. Moigan James Goodwin jr John P. Brace Charles Boawell Henrv Keney. JAMES G. BOWLES, Sec'y. Owners of prupeny to.insure it against lessor damage by fire a re invited lonp ply lo the why is aaihorizf d io issue policies without delay. augl______JA_MES S' BAKER. Agent. T E, S C N T JH O IT B S. THE PROPR1RTOBS inbe plea- sure in announcing lhal this hitheno ___fivoriU' public hon-e Phcs- nix lik" iromihe ruins of the l.iteconfl.ipration, and re-fined in a s-iyleaud in-inner suptrior to what it has liiiherto and thai i hey a re now prepaied to iecr ive the calls of the public, and iheir old and customers in particular, whose comfort convenience they feel war- ranieJ in giving ihe assurance it will be main study and avocation tc suit. _ CfS.ages lo all pnrtsofthe aIAn is at- tached (o'lhis establishment, where and carriiiges may be had lor nny part of the coun- uy on reasonable terms. Ptcasc give ut a call, l JANES.. having purchased the Wisconsin Wooden Factory, Machinery and everything be- lonjting tfjion the Ruce.are prepared 10 execute all orders tn ihelr tine at theshonest OFFICB at nf E R. Richmond Co. next door noub. of R. HouKhioo, Esq. Wen Ward A. TUf'LS, E R RICHMOND. RN. .ply of OROCGUB8 bjr Cl. io make up fredi from Boston at Street Wftt Ward; and tlMtf BY STEPHEN BOICE ROOMS in Brio wnere he N prepared 10 porlorm all (iperatiuns tn a f kilful manner, in Hccnrd- ance wiiK ihe most approved prinriple-t of art. Mr, B. will aUo operate for the cure of Siraliismus, anrt insert Artlflclal Palates, whl. h evtry parpoFt of natural, and re- oiore natural speech. OBirt hours fmin 9 s 5 o'clock. fb7 N0 is hereby given that the heretofore exi-i- ing under the firm and style of Hubbell, Finch has Ihis diy been dissolved by mutual consent. AIL debts and demands due to the late firm will be paid lo Finrh Ly nde, who nre duty authorised to receive the and who w II continue the business of S-HH-oTK1-1- WM. P LYNDE. Milwaukie, Aug. 18, 1845. The undersigned will continue the practice of I.iw in until further notice will be found at the Cily or at lh. pi- Bee of the late firm. LEVI HUBBELL R. HOUQHTON lakes this method lo tn- furin ihe of the Inte fii m of R. H. Ci'., and the public generally, that the business in futuie will be conducted by him at (he old stand, where he will receive, in ihe ol ihe present a general ajsortment of Fan- cy find Staple DRY Groceries. Crcfheiy anil Hard- ware, Nail's, All which ill be offered fur sale al a smalt advance from cast lor or inos-l kinds of counti-y pinduce, Beiieving the cash or reaily pay system tn the cheape-'i and eventually the most profiinblo for the buyer as well as the seller, that prin- ciple will be adopied and -irlctlv adhered He does not wUh lo 'puff' andboaft of his re.-idence and extensive acquaintance in New facilities and extraordinary abili- lies in goods, or even wy ha will pell cheaper than any body hs does wis-h to say, his, motto beintf "live and lei and on the principle lhai a "nimble sii- pence is bitter a ttlxw lhat be will sell "as cktzp as the ihe iruth uf which, he pledges him.-elf to demonarate lo the entire sailofaciion of every one who mav fdVor him wjjjjji call. may83 AH perfectly cool, and no flat- tery, at UNCLE BEN'S AIILWAUKIE VARIETY HAT CAP AND FUR NUGATORY. No. 8, East Water ktreet, Milwaukic, W. T. B. TTHK OOP CO. RESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of 'Milwftukie and Ihe surrounding country, that they have purchased of Sntiger 4fc C" their entire will continue hu-i- ness of manufacturing Hals, Caps nnd Furs of every dencriplion; and kce'pon hand n gen- eral assorlment ol in tnrir 'inl> ness, such as CUM, Mittens, Gloves, vile his oM and euAoiMrrt, MMl lit others withinf anything in Ml ness, to call ity, quantity and prices. He bu public ih ibik i the fnllftufiij; ntlicles: Sujftr, tea, coffee, coca, rmsirjs, sltrnce, cloves, nutmegs, pepper ittftc. mnUlse vinegnr, limp oil, dried dried peaches, do pomfktnf, yotk, Icn, butter' by ttir salt, fluiirand oornmeal, Orahsni In-uns, upper and corn brooms, window sash, tubs and paiN, OK liows and yokes, el and pnts, pilch tnrkl Mtt4 I Jane's No. 1 family Bunion do, do verigated, sbaveing soap, mils, almonds do, fitbrrts a Ad brssiQe Rnicrie's Confectionsries, frteiion mt bod and lines, stockIM various oilier a r too U AL8O> R. N. Kinball receding one of the and best lots of LUMBER that haieter beta offered in this inaiket; the pr'ree loir, quality to suit purchaser. Tlie cry is still they cotneU! MORE NEW GOODS AT THE PEOPLE'S 8TORE! Among i farm are ike offrrrd io Mint
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