Putnam and Bureau County, Illinois August 23, 1845 Business Directories
Transcribed by Nancy Piper

Business Directory
Hennepin, August 23, 1845

Taken From the Hennepin Herald and Advertiser
August 23, 1845
Phillip Lynch, Publisher and Proprietor

Hennepin Advertisements
White Lead

AND LINSEED OIL, of superior quality, on hand and for sale low for cash, by

ALBERT G. FOLGER


CARPENTERS, Coopers and Blacksmith’s tools, on hand and for sale by

CATTELL and DAVIDSON


75 SACKS Turks Island Salt, on hand anf for sale low for cash by

DURLEY & WARDLAW June 14th.


MORE PLOWS! MORE PLOWS!

In addition, we have received the celebrated Peoria Plow, of different sizes, which we will sell at the Peoria price.

E. F. & S. PULSIFER


GREAT EXCITEMENT

SHEBLE

Has Removed his stock of Goods to the store lately occupied by “Pulsifer” where he has just received a fresh supply, which will be sold as cheap as any other store in the country.

Call and see. Great Bargains to be had.

June 14th

ORSON RICE, PAINTER

Respectfully informes the citizens of this place, and the public, that he has fitted up a shop and is now prepared to do all kinds of HOUSE & SIGN PAINTING, ORNAMENTING, & PAPER HANGING, also GLAZING, & c.

Orders from a distance thanfully received and punctually attended to. Prices moderate.

Hennepin, June 7th, 1845. tf


BOOTS & SHOES

200 pairs Men’s & Youths Boots,

600 do do Brogans

500 do Ladies Shoes & Slippers

Also an assortment of Hats, Caps & Umbrellas, Brass Clocks, mackeral & Codfish, for sale lower than can be bought west of the Mountains.

CATTELL & DAVIDSON


HATS & CAPS

We have on hand and for sale at Eastern prices very elegant BEAVER HATS; also a few of the “Whites” left. Also Hair and Cloth CAPS, of Dodd’s fashion.

ALBERT G. FOLGER
“Merchant’s Row”

July 7th, 1845

NOTICE.

THE subscriber is about making a change in his business, and now offers his entire stock of goods at COST, for cash. Those persons wishing to avail themselves of purchasing goods at much lower prices than can be had at any other store in the county, will find it to their advantage to call and examine for themselves, as I am determined to close the present stock as soon as possible.

L. PICKERING.
Hennepin, Aug. 23, 1845


WHO WANTS EMPLOYMENT?

The subscriber wants to hire a man who understands Cabinet work. Also, one with a sufficient knowledge of the use of tools to make up Bedsteads, after the Posts are turned. He will also give constant employment, and fair wages, to a good Chair Maker.

Apply at Gorham’s Steam Mill, or address the subscriber, post paid.

M. C. LIBBY

A Turning Lathe is in operation, at the Steam Mill

Hennepin, Aug 23, 1845



Business Directory
Caledonia, August 23, 1845

Taken From the Hennepin Herald and Advertiser
August 23, 1845
Phillip Lynch, Publisher and Proprietor


Business Directory
Princeton, August 23, 1845

Taken From the Hennepin Herald and Advertiser
August 23, 1845
Phillip Lynch, Publisher and Proprietor


Business Directory
Indiantown, August 23, 1845

Taken From the Hennepin Herald and Advertiser
August 23, 1845
Phillip Lynch, Publisher and Proprietor

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