NEW EALL & WINTER GOODS.
We have just received a fresh assort-
ment of Fall and Winter Goods, such
as Broad Cloths, Beaver and Pilot do. Flan-
nels, Mackinaw Blankets, Jeans, a large
variety of woolen and other Shawls, Com-
forts, &c., &c. Also a good assortment of
Merrrimack and Fall River Prints, all of
which are offered for sale at the lowest
cash prices by SHACKFORD & THOM.
Oct 19 Jefferson Street.
Produce taken in exchange at cash prices.
LEATHER.–For sale an assortment
of Upper and Sole Leather, Calf and
Kip skins by SHACKFORD & THOM.
Oct 19 Jefferson Stre
We know this business belonged to Albert Samuel Shackford because the business was dissolved by mutual consent on April 30, 1844:
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Co-partnership heretofore existing be-
tween Albert S. Shackford and W. I, Thom,
under the firm of Shackford & Thom, is
this day by mutual consent dissolved.
Burlington, April 30th, 1844
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“NEW EALL & WINTER GOODS,” Hawkeye (Burlington, Iowa), 19 October 1843; digital images, Library of Congress Chronicling America (https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov : accessed 17 December 2018).
“NOTICE is hereby given,” Hawkeye (Burlington, Iowa), 9 May 1844; digital images, Library of Congress Chronicling America (https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov : accessed 17 December 2018).
Parkes Joanne Shackford, “Sunday’s Obituary – Albert Samuel Shackford, deacon, age 27 died while traveling from Burlington, Iowa to New England (Blog 59),” Shackford, Joanne Shackford, SHACKFORD Family History Blog 59, 9 September 2013 (https://shackfordgenealogy.weebly.com/shackford-blog/sundays-obituary-albert-samuel-shackford-deacon-age-27-died-while-traveling-from-burlington-iowa-to-new-england : accessed 17 December 2018).
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