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Milwaukie Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 27, 1845, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Tr M 5 WB WILL TO THE nW-AHS OP THB TEMFLB OF OOi LIBERTIES, AND IP TOBY MUST F.tL.I< Wt WILL PERISH AMID TUB RUtNS. VOLUME I. BUSINESS SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1845. HOU8I3, (Formerly Great Wesiern V BY R. L. HUAM, of Chestnut West W. Ward, MUwaotile. ____ D ft A l li U U Jt. By George Ii. Graves, VtititaatH'Haaie Grtat Wmttrn lialet, nst Wnr.i, :Vlilwiukie afmrt Central De-ler Fancy Goods. Wisconsin mayia op i 12 o. a. MILWAUKIE, W T oo. leave this House Daily for ail parts of the Ttrritory. rrr The OMNIBUS and Wagon wilt alwaYsberi OZTY "SOTBL, BY D. WELLS N. B. HOLMAN, Mir.W.a'KIB, W. T. Stastee leave this. tor JaneM'ille, Madi O.ilena. Mioeial Point, Wdiermwn, and Counsel lorn at Law, milwaukie, W. H I'-e tn D. _ JJTVAN Counsellor A.C. ic at Milwaitkie, i" Chancery, KANl) AL Aitornies dirt Milwaukee, July, -----------------JOTIN F. RAClUli Auction an.- Coumissiun Street. ------------------J. E AtlNOLD, Attorney at Law an Milwaukie. W. T. ----------TW'KEUY A, CIVJUKKU, AtUrney and Councilors ut Law, Mi W T O.tice ni the brick the Wisconsin Marine anil 1 naurii.ee Com party's W, '-14 NORCROSS ft WOOD, BOSTON, MASS. 28 KllUy Jt 11 lloonr nt. WHOLESALE Dealers in Foreign and DomelMC IJHY GOOUS, Wool Sacks, Ac. 4c from the SHOKS; P.lm Leaf MATS, Ac. wli ch nre oftend at low price VI-Tcriiut u jnly T. J- JUSTICE Or THE PE4CB. N.I. Wiacunaiu street, Milwatikie. TpiiupiiE's asTtm BV I1BNHV S.1V.IS. )ry G'xid.H, Pruvuicns. Ifinos. Lis q.ior-, Fruits. ilnrrlware, Wooden wore, Stone ware, Went Ward, one dour north ot Hnpelj iii-iir the American House._____________ STOItn. Orf Goods, Groceries, Roots, Shoes Ar.n VVhok-s.iVnnd Heln.l. G. COGSWELL Miilillf Hlnre. Hide's Coinint-rciui B'.ock. MilwauUie, May _ _ _ ___ C T T K U S O N Atturiicy. Solicitor, and Counselor, Notary Public nnd Ap-eni for the di posnl uf Rea F.si He. Whitewa-er, Wiit won h en. W. T SIIIOTINGS Twenty Bales Brown Shirt- Cases Bleached do from 3-4 to G4 in width at _ DAYAN'S. greuibargtiin macliines. For saTtat 10 Paain's celebra'ecl smut Milwau .Je June 1M. MILLER CUSHMAN. Any quantity ot Plastering Hair I'or at the Wisconsin Saddle, negi arid Trunk Manufactory, 3 doori north of CASH! Wanted liy the aubscri- bcrs, one hundred ilionnnm) elnvts fur flour bbls Tor which the highfst market price mCASH will be paid. July r LUDINGTON CO. 3 HO f AGENCY SUBSCrtl BEUS n Slit of shot of all sizes AS Agents tor the Wisconsin Shot Co. S will keep a full supply constantly on linnet jimt-9 OOd __ MILLER CUSHMAN. "184.5___DOUSMAN CO Forwarding Commission Mer- chants ivnd dealers in Provisions, Fish, Salt, Ac. G D. DOUSMAN, 28. WM, BROWN. D'lSS lolo roli.p here- ins; under the name anil rirm
u, buiitiinas 1 ._ ___L t b ,e, T1 lid.! hmise has -n i-en, PI oe- lik- tn.miliL-nuns uf iliel.ne euntl igration, ,nul re-ii led in ii siy'ertJd in inner Miptriur to wh.it 11 lias Ii i' he nn' b-'-'ii, ;imt thiit ihcy KIP now prenaieii m TI i ive the mil-, ol ibe publi.-, am! left old liiei.d.n .ititl customers in pnrii.-i.'ar, liosc coinf.ni: lulconvinietice they fee) war- inted in sivitip the n-nnmce il will be th-ir n nn s'urlv and avucatinn tr suit. Ofe tigesiu all parts of ,he Territciry.arrtvr i wild leave tl.ts house dnilv. An ex.ensivt STABLE at- .oihis where lior-fsamt niru >es in.iy be h.nl pan the conn- rv on terms, JPlcase gtee us a JANES. is herebv that ihe co-partnership he.ietol.ire exi-i- 111fr under llio firm and slyk- of Hubbell, Finch this day been dissolved hy mi very fa vorabU terms- The! I exter.tfive business is. cunrfucietl unjust hon Wholesale and retail dealer in Groceries, tlardware.Crockery, I yi etc. East Water Wholesdle and retail dealers in domestic und foreian Dry Oooda, Groceries, Crockery and Flarnem, Sole and Upper Leather, 1'aints, OiU and Dye. mutual consent. All debt, and demands due lo the lute firm will be paid lo Fnion Lvnde, to receive the who w 11 R. TIOUGI1TON (tikes this meihod in in- form ihe cu-tpn.ers ot the Inte firm of R. H. A C il.e'pi.blic aenerallv. that the bnsine-s in Inline will be conducted by him nl trie old Hand, where he will receive, in ihe ihe present iveerf, a seneral aasorttnenl ol fan- cy and Staple DRY GOODS, Groceries. Crc- hery and Glassware, Hard- w.ire, NaiN, Oi's, Ail of which A ill be offered for nale nt unuatl ii'tv.ince from cjil ino-t ol ctnmtry piailucc. Believins the cai-h rea.ly psiy system t" he the eheare-t and eventually the most pmtittible Cor the buyer as well as the seller, thai prin- r iple will be .iriopted and strittiv adhered lie does noi wish lo 'puff liis l.ing residence and extensive aequainwnre in New (aciliiies and exirnordinary abili- ties ID purchasing or even lie will sell thanai-y body he does wish t.i sny, his motto betnz "live and lei live "atxl unthc priticip'eihat a "nimble six- penc-e is teller than n tl..w that lie wili sell the theirtithof which he pledges hitn-eli to demonstrate to the entire satisl'aciiun of every one who may favor him wiih a_cjU._ _ STUKK >nd HAT CAP AND FUR M VNUFATOUV. No. 8, East Water Mil woukie, W. T. D 'FTi o o o RESl'EO'ITULLY inform citizens nl Milwaukie und liiesurmutidiiip country, tltnt they hnvf purchased of r Co.. their entire slock, and will c-tntinue the busi- of inanufiicturiiif; Hals, and ol every ileacriplion; and keep on hand a (fen- ever btM to omprisinf the Ing artiolrK lea, coca, raisins, fijgs, nolaue vinegar, lamp oil. Jriei peaches, do pork, cheese, Itrd.salt by the barrel salt, fluiirand cornmral, Graham oats, beans, sole leather, opper (eftthtr, corn brooms, window uih, wWll tubN and os tMtbM crocks and pots.pitob Jine's No. I fa'niily Boston do. do veriKBted, lOlp, BkflMk nuts, almnnds do, filberts and Kiiicrie'e Conleclionmries, friotion bed and lines, itgckma and vanousolher it tides too nu me rout lot ALSO; R. N. Kinball It one ofthehrfeM and best lota of LUMUKIt hai torn in tbis inaikct; thf quality to suit tlie purchaser. Tlic cry is still they cotneUt MORE NEW OVODS AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE! Anmntt them are the H.i.idsTiiiieNi layroc, oflrrrd ta this ntrkM MUM siyles and InserliBf Gimp ut all A larze and beauillnl asvorimeniof Hai cap nbbnn, black muntlllt Trimming curd, fiBi Ladies' nnd gloves and Co ftncev and bl.ick Bracelets, bugle head ornaniMtk PI.iid nnd lace stripe cimbrlv Fnncy diess handkf riheifs t Alpitcu, damask table Eagle and Chocttu sheeting White flannel, plflid blue drill Kentucky Jtaiis, Furniture calico from the manulitciuirri, LaiiU's' bih and lich goiter boon the be.st in town Children x lilted Ad. A tow cases more of thosie iten.'i celebrated prjilOass huts, n'id ieo thuuMud other at New York Ciiy prlcen. H SAYR8. Storage, For warding A Cow mission Merchant, would fflfori corner of Spring and west WuterjU A Q. Wholesale and lletail Dealers in Dry GM Gtuoerles, Ac., south store, tltiilcS Comm ornblo pritifiplM.i'r.dfill losses will bt eqnitubl Jiiidjnsted nttd ptomptly pnid. The followin utk-incu Cnnip. ifi'o buflril of Direi-i ELlPHALiir TEUUY, i S. TI. Hniv.ingtun Ilezekinh Albeit D.iy Junius S. Moigan James Qiiudu in jr John P. Brace 1 Charles, Ht-nrv Keney. JAMES G. BOWLES, Sec'v. 15- Ovrncrsuf prupeny whowi'h 10 insure il ngnmst lossor damage by fire ere invited tu ap ply tu ihe subsfiber, who is authorized to issue policie> without nugl JAMES S._BAK_ER_._ 1 A eni tu. Willi- im-bursrh FIRE INSURANCE uncr cial Block, East W.uerstreet. JACOB RAPLLJE, Wholesale aud Retail Dealer in Dry (office U2, Want Mreet, N. Y) OrocerifS, Hardware, Crou'tety, Boots and ilisnre ships" in pop, Roods, nnd Shoes, corner of Roger's Block, west ward, and personal properly senerally, Milwaukie. __ mMilwHukie or WiscntMn, ajtainNt loss i.r Tt NSUllANCK Jamiige by FIRE, nl as low rates nsanv eq-iallv responr-iblf cnnuiiiny. Asencv nl SHb.HAH.lJ BON NELL'S Store Milwaukie, W. T. TheORlctiband Directors uf the Company are ih.lat.fir-. WM. P LYNUE. Milwaukie, Aug. Iti, W15. The iindersiffned will continue the practice niMilwauk.e.anduKt.lfurtl.eriiotice be found it Ihe City llj.tel.. 1 lie Ol- of Ihe lute firm. LKV1 N' Importers Wholesale Dealers m Glass, China and I- art lien- Ware, I'earl-Street, New York, rpAKIiihi-meihud of iniormincihetr friends I nn.i Merclinnis in general, that they are rmwopenins (or ihe Fall irade, nl iheir old siaijil a new nnd compl-ie hrIf hat Jwnre, to which th.-y will constantly be urnkinjr ad- ditions. We me noiv nble to otlor coniplcU- msorlnipntol Goods inour lilii-.t-i which would call the ulle-ilion of nil may WILN to purchase forcaJi. Our l.av.nji been laid in before the aiiTunci'iuenl, we leel fidt-nttlial we cun make nuch prices insure a ready nule. Having nidJe mentswith Eastern Mr.uulactuiers from whom we obliin our supplies, we caw make it an object for country .ncirhanls t.. b.iv ot us. and ll.usaave them UK disa.ivanl of buvmsr an over slock. We en- dnhv -Mo keep on hand i fnllsUck ol aiiJ Fnrmino Utensils, and wil Cumuli a Hh..rl nolle.-, any ami.unl of buJ'lmil 'ste'n'it snrvinR all a' price, wliu may favor us w.U. oan rely on ...ir uo- as welt by them as if they WCM here thi-riinelves. Mitwnnkie, Mn v 11, ntallrr nfdorp inincM null nil the eo mill nuwoccupytnu nun b o ullrntkin. ninnui iiukffuvuriitilc IIUIH ufm'imt us to sr tn from it, i.iiMNhcdi t hmuiiinca. whli tlic ot frrniMttf mill f.iiinr boohiilm-d offso linn No. 41 VV'iillMrfH, or V'At Kairs of Insurance an ffimdrtil tart n tingle tift, for inar, II -U L A v I I' C'l I1 K F. A lLWAUKlE FACTORY. IVl Tnc snbscrilisr w.ull in- n.rnnliecitizet.Kof Milwaukie, nnd iiihHbiiatn> tif the western world, tUl he opened an the rrianiifni.iure.il Snuff, Cisnrr, in Its "..bsi-co, Deceirber can be bad in larire or small quanti- at NBWHALL'S 2 doors below Block.________ o A large I all sties from x t to 1 inch, for sale by J.O-CR'A] just r r, also !AER co having t y. Prompt ond particular attention pair to afl orders. __ ______ W" "fcT.IQUOR8.-The have now in a vtry larae nn< _ and illiltiri MsdeTia, Bbtiry and MWMI. I 3G I IM WtM ileimunt ar.dceotral i i lew alio on Point." For I'rel's Cheap t itfU sar flMQUrV m the Pei ple'a 19
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