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Progressive Age, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1858, Coshocton, Ohio AGE BV I JOB W DWYER of Main and TERMS One copy one year if advance 81.00 after tne year expires 2.00 No paper discontinued until all arrearages id al the option of the publisher TERMS OF 3 lines or ICES ont or insertions Si 50 are I KOI each additional I For lines or less one year 500 six months Woik of all kinds done to order on ehon holice and reasonable terms Orders solid ted C T Lippincot C T HOLLOWAY CO Wholesale Grocers Pro Jur Of US Tin One Dealers and Commission t Street between Third and Fourth Sts 5 Ohio E T A IB S ATTORNEYS AT LAW OHIO c tbo sarn an has been used fur id Spongier tlCAN Sleton Tracy JOE W DWYER VOL 6 ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY a Year in Advance COSHOCTON CO OHIO WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 17 1858 10 N OHIO STATE AND L A C 0 County Levies Tp Institution has removed to Cleveland legally conferred and students up or Gr may tied to practice Fnr us address ut Cleveland NOTICE NAMES TOWNS M A 0 U 10 THE V 1 I C U X 0 N Successors ot John B Smith DEALERS IN Is Shoes Lcn flier Findings nil LAW COPARTNERSHIP IRVINE and GIVEN have a copartnership for the practice of J f lieu the courts of ty un the firm name of ft and at Law j Ohio in the new building fronting the 13 WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALER in BOOKS STATIONERY Bank tv and Mercantile Clunk Hooks Paper Hangings ic Goods Window Gilt Moulding Musi iS c Public POINTER H A 1 R K s a K West sidt Mum Street Oct ly T V OF lii of Law 1 Samuel Treasurer of said du hereby notify the Tax Payers thereof that the rales of taxation lor the year 1858 are correctly stated in the adjoining table showing the number of Cents levied on each hundred dollars of taxable properly in each of the Townships and incorporated Towns of said County SAMUEL Treasurer U bob Oln Adams Bethlehem Bedford Clark Crawford Franklin Jefferson Jackson Lin ton Lafayette Monroe New Castle i Oxford j Perry I Tuscarawas I Tiverton 1 Virginia Washington White Eyes I 2 2 U 5 2 5 5 5 5 h 7 R 12 12 5 12 5 12.5 12.5 12 125 12 5 12 5 12.5 12 12 12 7 15 715 15 1 1 1 355 5 12 55 35.5 121 305 12 355 I 1 355 35.5 355 5 5 3 5 5 5 5 2 5 a o oi 32 32 5 8 8 6 3 8 3 1.5 5 3 1.5 1 5 8 o 4 i 5.5 14 15 9.5 16 G 0 20 13 12.5 10 3 15 9 5 0 13 83 81 90 133 113 80 84 112 82 88 70 30 Q 120 70 122 80 John C AT AND OF THE the Probate Court f C 1 T U R X E Notice nUo hereby given hut he in each Township under the respective levies foi cadi of tie various foi wLich lasts are in said are set forth ia the Levied by Act of Assembly Taxes Lovied by order of and diSi nf i dupu J G C Feh C5 tt GO h t i it i n H CO to Daker Co TOBACCO HOUSE Main Street a O If COLUMBUS OHIO The rue to their cue con and will be opened to the on We the ti u Hi tol an 1 Bethleham Clirk Jaison 0 M D 0 Ali every cur r ait shall be J Keene Linton on our part to make the House what K desired at the of the Stale JAMES A CAUCUS oc t H ELLIOTT IN WR A I P A F K R BOOKS end STATIONERY O Corner ot Main and 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il 351 16 1 1 D c c o p: H S 128 07 9 19 381 304 122 90 4 99 1 5.5 7 59 0 106 2 85 40 49 33 07 19 01 t U 23 043 70 1135 M I 100 27 0 760 71 2 76 0 69 0 61 41 177 08 981 53 12 25 2 98 24 j 202 79 I fill 22 2 2928 24 8 one will in Ihc other's pulpit now I will give as much ami more than soy one else lo civilize lies Gross and Net Weight of Caule The rule of the net weight of beef cattle fiom tbe live weight on the scales varies Recording to quality size and age after nli is no rule at all be- nause it ia entirely a matter of agreement between the parties at tbe Lime It also upon the In New York tbe net weight of beef ia the quarter only is wanted In Boston tho hide and fat are included counting those products equal to of tho beef or rather calling the whole flve quarters There the ret weight of o fat bullock is bt GO to 68 pounds of each 100 of live weight In extra fine animals the centage is higher In New York where ht and fat are left out of the calculation the bullocks are estimated 55 to 60 pounds net to each gross and if the animal is very fine the estimate runs from 61 to 64 pounds net to each 100 pounds gross ary sometimes to 60 Iba and even higher and and lean flock run fiom 55 down to 47 though not often below 50 pounds or the livo weight at home The common at the West is to weigh fulled cattle some hours after feeding and a little exercise and calculate the net weight at 55 pounds per 100 of the live weight AND NUT OK The rule of ascertaining the net of fat hogs is to deduct one fifth of the groso weight It is an easy way to make the culation or of gross to net weight by using the decimal us a multiplier cutting off one hand figure of the show net sum 10 hogs weigh 51 Multiply by 8 Will make not If you tho gruss weight of a drove of hogs al home which you may have ken to market and sold al net weight and wish to a certain how the net and gross compare lake your sum of the net weight say Divide by and you wUl Qnd the quotient This will be found a very convenient rule Sometimes a person may bs offered ono sum as a gross price and an- other sis a net price of the imme lot and would like lo know at once which offer ia the best This is quickly done You havo the same rule of division by tenths to the instead weight For Suppose the offer is as it times is in New-York 55 25 per cwt gross or 50 net Divide 25 by 8 K tho quotient will bu showing that it will cents and two mills per cwt gioss to the owner's advantage to Bell at 5 25 gross AND MET WEIGHT Cf The usual estimate of gross net weight Si S OHIO Main St 2 deors south of the Office hole or parts of seeto of Artificial Teeth on Gold Silver or r plate in the most approved style Also Natural Teeth cleaned h and warranted es moderate Junr 10 S H LEE PHYSICIAN SURGEON A ACCOUCHER Mill of 1116 Depot formerly occupied by Lee supporters always ready Aor 9 and Wholesale Dealers 111 Liquors JNo ?i2 Water Street Pearl Street S JAMES II RC GERS J iXESV-YURK W Kl ADAMS J J Liquors Wholesale BY WILLIAM TIDBALL Mam Street Coshocton Ohio Evety paid to guests and moil ate I runn -T M HILLYER COUNSELLORS AT LAW Office in east end of Block second story Public Twenty diggers wanted immediately at B EXECUTIONS Just printed and Office Hardware A just received and for Shear atm y S HARBAUGH A Cherry Pectoral and A fresh supply just received at A Knows at nad fresh for Bit do you really think asks it gardening is such a healthy I do BtU betler my own opinion I will give you the sentiments a ted hut eccentric physician on tbe when he was consulted by a od with your own disease Well sir what's the matter with said the Doctor Why nothing particular if you mean any decided complaint Only I can't eat I can't drink and I can't sleep and I can't enjoy any thing except being ly miserable U WAS a clear case of acd so tbe physician merely down tbe ordinary sanitary rules But you haven't ob- the You haven't old me what I am to take Take exercise Well but in what shape In the shape of a spade What dig like a like a man And no No Sou don't want draughts or pills or powders Take a garden and a Sabine farm that i you like But it is such haul woik Phoo phoo Begin with crushing your boft work enough ter that you can kill snails they're harder mind before breakfast I shall never eat any Yes you will when you Lave earned your grub Or hoe and rake and make yourself useful on the face of the But 1 get so soon Yes because you are never tired of be- ing tired Mere indolence Commit self to bard labor It's than having U done by a magistrate aud better in private grounds than on public onea Then you Doctor that is good for the I do for kings lords am commons Grow your own cabbages BOW your own turnips and if you wish for a gray head cultivate carrots Well Doctor if I Don't think but doit Take a garden and dig away as if you were to bury all your care in it When you're tired of digging you can roll or go to your walla and ret to work at your fruit trees A Little Difficulty Ia The Way An enterprising travelling for a well known Cleveland Tomb Stone factory lately made a business visit to a small town in ani counly Hearing in the village that a man in a remote part of tha township had lost his wife he thought he would go and see him and him a grave stone on his usual reasonable terms He started The road was horribly one but the agent persevered finally arrived at tbe at all events it is worth trying ed ageut bereaved but I afraid of so much Phoo The more pain in your back tbe more you'll forget your Sow a bed with and then weed it And don't forget spilling fence rails over in tbo about two mile Tbe agent bitched hip horse and started for tbe After falling into all manner of scratching himself with briars and tumbling a a Yes to eat but healthy to oyer Stow for th en you can have your frame as found lbe strong aa you and regulate your own voice Le mln if be had lights Melons still better Only give wife The man gaid he youi melon to the melon bed and your col- j was very sorry 0 bea f snd Mt ly to the colly flowers and your the maa de JQ hig n I at an end your joking Doctor No matter Many a true word is said in jest I'm the only physician I know who prescribes it but take a first remedy in the when Adam was put into one he was quite a new Ladies to late advices from Paris there is a reflux ol this tide of so far as regards that important item of attire the bonnet The aphelion point has evidently been reached and ed aud bonnets are once more on the in- crease Winter bonnets will be made rather larger than those worn during the past year the front comes further forward and the crown slants off behind The tain is wide round and not raised at The very wide and long strings are often bound with a piece of or ribon of a different color The inside trimming con- to be an empress knot of foliage or or else n half wreath of flowers affliction but death be said was an insatiate archer and shot down all of both bigh and low degree Informed the man that what was her loss was his and would be glad to sell him a grave stone to mark the spot where the beloved one or common stone as he chose prices ing competition Tbe bereaved man said there was a little difficulty in the way Haven't you lost your wife the agent Why yes I the man but co grave stun ain't but you see the scooted retired cussed critter ain't dead with another The She's agent The Trinity Journal is responsible for the A young man of Butte county has been squeezed nearly to death by one of Ruggles presses He married one of oh Buggies daughters An astrologist was recently by the New York police Her were all ladies in quest of and profits were upwards of day The Opposition in How he From the Lexington Observer of the The Louisville Journal a call for a Convention of the Opposition to Democracy in Kentucky and designates the of February next as the lime of its sembling and Louisville as the place Wo are gratified thet this Convention has been called and we trust that lbe Americans and Whigs of the State and all others who nre opposed to the distinctive principle of ern Democracy whether included in these party designations or not will unite in ing this one of be greatest political all ations that has evor taken ia Press is Afflicted by Dead Heads complain of dead Heading but no institution suffers so much from it as the Press A sensible writer The press endures the affliction of from the pulpit tbe bar and singe from societies and indi It is expected to ield its interests it is required to give strength to weak in- ej es to the blind and to the naked and bread to the hungry it is asked to cover hide weakness and wink at it is expected to lucky The their herald bolster and flatter the vaio ion on the of January at Frankfort anil it when they propose lo present a full ticket for all the officers lo bo elected in August next Lei the Opposition who a fair and full test is made will bo found to constitute a decided majority of the voters of tbe state together then at the time specified lake in the spirit of patriots A with a determination to restore Kentucky from the embrace of Locofocoism such a ticket as out of its abundant material they can elect and wa entertain a strung assurance that the object of their wishes can be certainly Kentucky is not a Locofoco stances of a peculiar character have tended to give the styled Democracy the men and if it looks for pay or reward it is denounced as mean and sordid There is no interest under the whole heavens that is ex peeled lo give su much to society without pay or thanks as the A Kick Bolli While a horse was standing Old street near Sycamore yesterday evening n dog pasted underneath him and received a kick which completely smashed his skull him Tbe owner of the horse BOOB after left the cily but hnd not proceeded far before the se fell and expired on his left hind foot which he had kicked the dog was found to 3752 69 sheep is the dressed carcass will 2378 10 one half as much as the groas weight 94 therefore are bold at 4933 l s 3321 ten a pound for the 5358 76 f the pelt and BO thai the 33 7 if b- would the at cost 2900 00 9 j bull have the pelt rough fat head 5300 20 3 c i IT j Q foi n profit Hencs it will be seen how 21 2 s in the is 57 in market at less than it 3423 Appears by to have ally N Tribune Franklin prince of American philosophers a name associated with the lightnings of Heaven one of the pillars tbe temple of our patriotic fathers with bis master hand drew up the following To the Senate and House of ol the United a suasion that equal liberty was originally the portion and is still the of men and influence d by the strong cf humanity and tbe principles of their your conceive selves bound to use all endeavors to the bands of slavery and promote a gereral enjoyment of freedom Under these they earnestly entreat your serious attention to the subject of very hat you will be pleased to ance the restoration of liberty to happy men who alone in this land of dom are degraded inlo bondage and who amidst the general joy of rounding freemen are groaning in servile you will provide means to move this inconsistency from the character cf tbe American you will mole mercy and justice towards Ibia dis- tressed you nill stop to the very verge of the power vested in you for every species of traffic in the persons of our fellow men BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Philadelphia 1700 to be all things to all in the Slate for the lust two contain apiece ol bone several inches in many old Whigs have felt it their duty to rote with that party during tlie last two years who cannot be induced lo do so after it may reasonably be calculated that all of them except those who themselves with tbe Democracy in order to further their selfish ends will now feel it their duly to unite in the overthrow of the most reckless disorganizing and corrupt Administration that has ever controlled the destinies of this great Kentucky will thus be restored to her former proud position of hostility to Democracy ia its forms If a imall boy is called a lart is it proper to call a big boy a length part of the dog's jaw into ths very quick the nf tender est part of hoof He had died of BUS Petersburg Virginia Democrat Occasional writes to the Philadelphia Press from The news from New York gives no con- solation to tbe despair of tbe It is stated that the result there in ber will be a complete rout of the tration forces John Adams being called upon for con- for foreign missions remarked I have give for that there arc in this vicinity tix not PARSON B Ths W UITING CP FOR G Brownlow announces that be is to be er as well as editor ol the Term Whig His policy both economical and political is thus I will not send a paper oui of county without payment in advance and 1 never will again a collecting and thereby force any man made in the image of God to do as mean an act as that of repudiating a newspaper My crediting business shall be limited to ville and Knox county where I can see the parties in person and of thess -I will take the products of the In all personal and political I will take the course that suits HIP consulting any and hold myself bible for the IN SPA PERI
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