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   Zanesville Courier, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1849, Zanesville, Ohio                               I 1 Zmumllt D. II. LYMAN, ElflTOK AND rnOfRIETOR. VOL. 33. TRI-WEEKLY. ZANESVILLE 0, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 9, ISM i FOUR PER IH WHOLE NO, ftl. BUSINESS CARDS. AC. KOSS, Dealer in Watches, and Faiic% (iouds. Repairing dune. 106 Main St. ADAMS Founders dealers in Stoves and So. Iy A Wholesale and retail dealers in Groceries and Main if 7tli A in Wall cry, Lamps and Glass Ware, 'J3 Main St AFPLEGATE Retail Grocers. 92 and 34 Mam St NEWTON, Confectioners Ke- stauraicurs. Main St. TJARRETT AS1IMORE. Tailor _D in? done in all its branches, 153 Wain si Dry Goods. 163 Main St. BLACK A- ami detail deal- ers in Dry and Carpeting, 159 Main st. in Foreign and Demesne Dry Goods, 140, Main street B______________ CARY COOKE, Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods. T7 Main St. C" iiciIRAN of Window Works. CW. POTWIN, Wholesale and Retail Dea- ler in Hardware of all kinds. 114 Main Si. D' and retail dealeis in Boots, Shoes and Leather, mav 22 corner of Main and Sixth si R. GEO. W. and retail Druggist, 147 Main st. [march 27. Iy EAGLE Palmer 4. Porter, cor- ner of Main and Founh Sts., Zanesville EASTMAN and Retail Druggists, 8S! Main St. __________ EDMUND and Counsel- lor at Law, over Auditor's Office, (inch 27 Iy E" E.TFILLMORE, Wholesale and Retail dealer in Hardware of all kinds, 151 Mam St. G TLL4.S of Boois and I Shoes; basement of Eagle Hotel. mch27 Iy. >EO. A. JONES, Dealer in Watches. Jewelry and Fancy Goods. Repairing done, 120 Main St. GODDARD and Counsellors at Law. .Atheneutn Building. t Iy GEO. "W. in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, 143 Main street AZLETT, dealer, in BUHIftKSS CARDS. WM. DAVIS-Wholesale and Retail Grocer 175 Main Si. Coach and CarnajeiakcT. Repairing done, 184 Main St. WW. ItECI) SONS, Dealers in Hooks and Stationery, 155 Mam Si. J. GALIGUEK, OcalcrsTn Jlius, Caps and of all kinds, 121 Main St. (mch27ly. Z CLEMENTS, Merehaiit Tailor. Tailn done in all it? branches, 69 Jlain Si. Regular Pittsburgh Zanesville Packet. THK STEAMKR H. T. DKXTKK, Mailer, leaves _____Zanesville every Monday at 10, A M every Friday at 1. M. Draught 11 inches onlvj she has a doctor for supplying tbe ers. [opV ].J, J819. Pittsburgh and Packet. The staunch and iiphl draught stea- mer Y'ANKEE, Master, I run AS a regular weekly packet between the above Ports. For freight or passage, having superior board or to apr 14 tf_____ N W GRAHAM, Agent WEEKLY PACKET Between Zancsville and Pittslmrgh. THE new and hchl mer "Jenny Charles Galiglier, run during this it V KMtJl Ml FOll THK in Zamririllr. A ELK AS, Main street, Oppofitf' Jlstiac flazlftt'f ttort, have just arri- ved from Cincinnati and are receiving a large and fashionable assortment "f ItKADY MA UK Tlll.MJ AMD J-'URfilSlllNG V O O D 8 of every style and quality, which are made up in the most fashionable style, and in point of workmanship not surpassed iiT this city: nnd all of which will be Depot, by M. EINSTEIN. 142 MAIN STHEBT, Znfr.srit.i.r. WHERE you can buy Ready Made Clothing of cveiy and quality, us weJI in the best custom work, aiid MI prices 50 per crnt lower than at any other in the city of the At the Jewelry More sold a little cheaper than can be found as Mine style, quality and mattufitclure. (jantleincn we are determined not (o be undersold by any en- j leaving tKcir measure with me can their gnr- lablishmeni in this pUce, iheir mono being; I menu made in the city of Philadelphia, in the Imesl Profits and Quirk Returns I style, trimmed in the best manner, nnd by which they will prove satisfactory to any person that I express, in about ten days. may favor them with a call. A large stock of all :ir-1 ''lie Proprietor will lie careful to offer his goodj al Iheir line will always be kept on itlieLOWKST POSSIBLE PRICES, and adhere i to the one price that tint plan will 1 give belter satisfaction tban any other. The stock is emirrly new, being manufactured fjom poods of this Winter and Spring's importation, bought for CASH al half their value, will be sold at a very small advance Irom cost, awo" r.s low m vou can buy the same quality at retail iri (be cily of Philadelphia. Being connected with a large establishment in the tides sistn in pan of Over Coals Pantaloons Dress do Vests Krock do Shirts Sack do Drawers Uusincsd do IJosoms Collars, Socks Cravats Gloves Scarfs Caps Hdk'fs Umbrellas Suspendrs Trunks, Carpet All those wno wish to purchase new and desirable Clothing for the Spring and Summer can save money by calling and examining their large stock of previous to going to any other store, as they will certainly be sold at (he lowest Cincinnati prices. mtml'tr the nanir and Being connected with one of the largest manufac- turers of Carpet iu Cincinnati, they arealso prepared to fill all orders at wholesale, vvjih goods of the best quality and at the lowest prices. GOLDSMITH ELSAS season as a regular Weekly Packe? beiween Zanes-1 79 Main street between 3d and 4th su. jCau ville and Pittsburgh. Shippers by this Doat may apr rely upon safety and despatch, as she will leave Zanesville every Friday ai 8, A.M. and Pittsburgh every Tuesday a 14, P. M. For Freight or Passage applv on board or at my Warehouse foot of alb Street, Zanesville. march 3. 749 N.W.GRAHAM. and Piiubnrgli Pnclicl. 'J'ho Steamboat CouicU ter, will iun as a regular weekly Packet between Zanesvile and Pitta burgh. SO-The COMET is commanded by careful and experienced officers Owners and Shippers may de- pend upon having all property entrusted to their care faithfully attended In, For freight or passage, apply on board, or to fcb 8, PERRY SMITH Co., Ag'ts. Regular Cincinnati Packet. THF. fine, new Steamer HAIL COLUMBIA, U. UIIKEK, Master, will run hereafter as a regular pack- Foreign and Domestic Drv Main st. et between Zanesville and Cincinnati.' ror Ireignt HJ. COX makers; dealers in Or passage, having line accommodations, apply on school hooks, stationery "roods, 121 Main st j board Dec 23 if_______ H PRICE, Merchant Tailor. Tailoring done in all its branches. 118 Alain St. For aud Hocking Cnnnl. THE Canal BoMs Gen. Worth, and Dinnn, will make regnlar trifis to Lancaster arid Logan as F. Founders aud deal- ers in stoves aud castings, 168 Main ISAAC and Marine In- aT'my Ware house, siirancc Agent, over 142 Maini jk-___________ March li} 1849 N- W. 61 TAMES H. in Hals. Ops .J and Furs of all kinds, 178 Main St. [inch 27 Iy AS. of Saddlery an.! Trunks. 67 Main Pi. [mch 27 Iy JB. Dealer in Hats. Caps and Furs ofall kinds, 81 Main St. mch 27 Iy JB. H. BRATSHAW, Grocer, and agent for IVkin ]K3 Mam-St. March ANESVIH.E Pcrrr 8milk Jt CO. ?.a.nc.sTnltf., Ohio. ofilie Steam Boat JL and a daily line of Canal Boats to Cleveland have increased iheir facilities for receiving and freighting 27_ly! produce of all kinds, aad are prepared to contract Wholesale for the frcighiing of Tobacco and all other kinds of n Tons inn Mam Si produce from auy point on the Munkinfum nvcrand Ohio. Walhunuing'and HockiiiR canal, and deliver le aud Retail Grocer, j specified rates, at Pittib.jrgb, Baftimore, E. PALMER and Re- lail (jnicrrs, 15i Main Direct.________________ -J. ROSS, Dealer in Watches, Jewelry and 11G Main Si Fancy Goods. Repairing done- Altornev and Offii-e on 'kh st. near the Engine house [Iy I Philadelphia or New York. ICFAgents for the Steam Boat C'otnrt, regular Packet between Zancsville and Pitisburgh. Cash advances made on all kinds of Produce. PERRY SMITH Co. Zanesvillc, Feb S, '40__________________ TH. MONROE, A Hornet and Counsellor at J.Law Street and Cabinet maker, 191- Mam M. Trunks. 150 main st Boots. Shoes [mar 27 Iy and Kestau- ratcnr, north 4th Nlreet.ncar the Franklin TOHN ALTER and Commis- sion Merrhani, dealer in Oils Paints, 46 Main st JO. WINTERMUTE, Merchant Tailor; Tai- lorinj doiie in all its brunches, 'Jl 31nin Su JKAGUET SON. Wholesale and Retail Grocers, 131 Main St. JR. PRAT and Gm- cers and Hardware dealers, 15. 17 Jt 19 Main .si 1OS. W. in Fancy Staple Dry Goods, slrect. J "THORN, Dealer iu Dry floods and iNc.iions. Pediers .supplied. 9-3 Mam Si. WILKINS. Merchant Tailor; Tailoring done in all "74- Main I. TRANSPORTATION Forwarding Commission Merchants, ZAKESVILLE AND DRESDEN, OHIO. PROPRIETORS of the Steamer OHIO, and S. Adams Co's. Dai- ly Line of Canal Hosts to Cleveland Ohio, and Agents for Steam Bouts plying to Pitts- burch. Merchants and shippers are respectfully informed that with our present facilities we arc prepared to Fire and Marine Insurance. THK undersigned, Agent of the Fire and Marine Jtunirance Company of Whcfliug. is prepared to take Fire and Marine Risks on favorable terms. Apply al my office, fool of Fifth Street. N. W.GRAHAM. Flat Boat risks taken from the Muskingum River to New Orleans. [Nov 17, 1848. ItVstJKJtlVCe COMPANY OF IIAKTFOUU, Connecticut, iheir old established Agency in Zanesville, continue to insuie almost description of property against lessor damage Fire, LightniTtg JiichidftJ. Losses prom ptly and honorably settled. O FFICE at ibe store of J. J. Grocers and Tea dealers corner of Market and Third streets, nov 13, '48 6m JAMES CROSBY, Ag'nt. B ULL'S HEAD sale and Exchange Sta- bles. The subscriber lakes this opportunity of informing his tricuds and the public generally thai he has taken for three years longer the stables well known as the Ilend Sale nnd FxchnngR in Street, west side of third aver.ue.iSxw YOKK. These stables will accommodate from 300 to 1 business. January 23, 18.19. liorses, and will be in first rate order for Ibe spring A. S. CHAS1BERL1N. I f AM ES' SHOVE mes' long andjshort handle sieel and steel pointed Shovels, bv ]hc ilozen or sincle, forsale by E. E. FILLMOrEE- December 2. MS. MILL AND 2SCUT and Harvey's Mill and English cast steel X cui Saws, a larsre stock r_____t. i__ cast steel Harvev's Mill and X nut received and for sale by Dei-ember 2 E. E.FJLLMURE, Nothing can he more surprising than its invigora- ting effects on the human frame. Persons wfilicted with weakness- and lassitude betore talcing it. atance become robust and full of energy under iis influence. It immediately counteracts the nervelessness or loos- eness of (he female frame, which is the only cause of barrenness; and which prior to Dr. JHaenin's dis- covery, was considered lobe incurable. Language, imiced.i-aniiot do justice to the merits of the LUCl- NA CORDIAL which is regarded by the heads of the faculty in all pans of life world, as one of the most important discoveries of any age. The genuine article can only be had at the store of December 29. 6m JACOK THORN. Paints and Oils. of English Venetian Red, 500 kegs Zanesville White Lead 150 Ibs chrome Greeu. no 1 100 Ibs chrome Yellow 500 gallons pure Flai serd oil. for wle hv October 13 J1AGINMS GRAHAM ANEW discovery hasjust been presented 10 the good people of Zauesville which is admitted to receive and forward property to Cleveland, superior to any oilier med- New Vork. Boston and which has been ever introduced, as ii almost in- to PitL-iburo-h. Philadelphia. Baltimore and lo all j stnnlaneoosly relieves ihe of the throat, r points at the rates. February 15. ISJ9. 6m J. CROSBY, WnolcsatraiiH Retail Gro- ror Market -Ird sis. Iv J1V1LCOX, 1 in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods. No. 153. .-.trees LP. BAILEY. Manufacturer ol Pianos, and dealer in iMusir. .Main St. mrli27 Iv MACIJfJTIS A GRAHAM, Wholesale and Retail 128 Main St. MOIILER.V SMITH. Cabinet stcatls and on iiand. Main si. f TVTORRI.S and Retail JLfJL Clothing Emporinm. Main street. TVrF.wr.LL, PA VIS. JAMES Mamifactorcrs of Bar lion. Dealer in Foreign arid lio- mcstic I'ry 109. Main street. {ap91y. Vfm GRAIIA3T. and Commis sion Merchant. Canal, foot of 5lh. St. OHIO STAGE SiaSc OfSce. H. OrodorfT. Ajrait.IOS Main Iy "IDOTTS ,fe COX, Iron Founders and Dealers .1, in Putnam. TJRINTZ FORO, .1 Millinery. 7ft Main St tilers in Fa-.bic.naWc P SMITH CO., and Cornmis- swMi JWercnants. Upper HAZLETT Ar. SOJf,  ni examine for themselves before purchasing WILLIAM 175, Main street, between 5th and 7fh apr COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR THE KTJITK OF JVK W THE undersigned has been appointed a Commij sioner to take of Sealed Wri tinjs intended to be used within the Slate of New York, and may bcfound at his office opposite the Court House. D. H. LYMAN. March 147 Choice Imported TH K Attention of good judges and amateurs vited to the choice and very splendid lot of Ci gars, comprising Havauna and J'riiicipi of the best brands, just by nov F._NEVITT._ Connecticut Mntnal Life Insurance Com- pany of Hartford. THIS Company issued during the last financla year, new policies. One hundred ant twenty seven have expired, been cancelled and pur- chased. The total amount cf losses for the year have been eleven thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars. The loial amount of receipts lie last year have been SW'.Kl, W After pavin? all and the net pro- ceeds arc 60 about forty thousand dollars a? a re- serve fund, the Directors have declared a dividend nl 60 rxrr cent., for which scrip will issued. This is the third annual dividend, averspng more than sixty per ee.ni., which believed to be unprecedented in the history of Life Insurance JAMES GOODWIS, Presidcm. GUT R. PHELPJ. Sec'y. ISAAC DILLON, Agent. Zanesville O. April 20 1849. R. HAZLETT Sc. SON, HAVK just received their Spring and Summer Mock of Goods, which for Style and Fash- ion t< not surpassed by anv other establishment, and lo prices we guarauiee tbem as low as ihe lowest apr 10 Corner Main and Sijtib ABeauiifal Hssortmr nt of plain and Berage: sit i-crviow m apr 10 __ R. HAZLETT Mnslin Edcing and Inserting. beantiful Tor sale bv" 10 R Philadclpbi erf. on the canal Iviwccn and Sts. Zanrsvillc Ohio. N. GRAHAM. MS_____ OK iMWJTA. E, Foncordinv and Cvraiitxinn Merchant, Ayp RRiPOEronT. P-ELSIONT OHIO Line to Cnmrjerland-.QJ feh 3.J49 6mpM _______________ GEC. L. rtuzET. J. L. BCZBT, E-H-Bczmr BUZ BIT A CO.. and the! Tho return their sin-i lothc public for the liberal .t___ ___i___ -_- Lil I< ONNETSf PameJIa.Eng- 1 Chip and Florence 10 K, HAZI-KTT A-. them, and promive lo make! jsJlLK8! brocade, pUid, KJ an cvcrveffort, tp deserve a same. G D PAKMEU SILVERS PORTER O. March for thr of crr-tfi gs-nrrcLUii, St- EaM and Cbcirv 1'iULADEl.rHIA. J 'o irtaincfictore TVJTiT- DOWCURTAlNS.ofall from onr lifiht to the largest STEC' Coontrv Mcrrhants wjsitins arc inmcd to ciaminr1 hi -o. A.M. T. M- EisJanjrc Bank. Tuts- r. fnr E FILLMORE raa find a Orl- snav3 evwwtmetjl of JJ ROSS" to Otar frtffn hita. Asiv IOT I ha ve cemjine Land Inr. C W POTAVIN. and hy me be re- JAS. J.ROSS hippy in fca? TcreiT.-a Keuul ardirtm; of ail iinds. 30 Mara 3AXES 3. BOSS. HAS of A LAIR WORJTAS ASTON ,v. >'F.tVTON MsTcb; CHEAP from C lo CCJ T> and 7.S v  UCC OipC5, embroidered French work cellars. 10 at R HAZLETT RIBANDS. moM spkudid auo cvatal verv reduced hv apr 10 R. HAZI.'ETr Jt SON Shawl.v, A I Jirge and besotifol anwrtraent of em- plafn. Indiaoa, Thirst smd ha- OPPOsirr. Tilt FouMTiijr, MAV be found some choice pieces of 1'a.shinn oblc some die Arcur dirons. violin bow., bridgea aiid gmta ntriiiKS etc. np ii4 A C IIVSS MULL LA twnutiful article fordrcss ISo apS4 C. W THOMPSON and ;rcal variet of plain and plaid, cheap at No 143 apr 24 __CfcO W THOMPSON T) weaibcrl the kind to proilure the slifT Joiuli, and ercat pain, but Ihe Indian it the article lo remove both, to be had at No 143 apr 21______iiKO w THOMPSON large aisorlmenl ofSilk Salin V and line Valencia Veilings at EO W.J'HO.M THK see the Kltphant some go lo California, but lo see and buv cheap and prctly goods of all kinds, call at No I'W, neit door lo Reeds' Bookstore _spf 24_______ W- L1NE1V Irith Case Linens, bleached and half bleached table di.-ipcr, bn> linen tablecloths, ctash ami huckaback toucliup, for sale very cheap ,t COOK. "Walt Oc Pnieut Hlaclt- 'frnm. OBJECTIONS Commmi tn utlirr Trurtti Ohi-ij- Spring, Coascquenl Severitj-, Slurtfu Pressure, Inability to Cure. I'otur.ntS only by thit fnttt Premire, Complete Retention, En- liie Ease. A SpeedV Core. This Truss has bren examined hy the principal Physicians of this plar-e, whose opinion can be ob- tained to ibeir ulililV. A minplyju.it receivnl l.r FebJT________EASTMAN 4- BIGELOVV. LIWEW, nankeen col'd. barred and striped, for men and boys' wear, by apr 10 It HAZLETT SON ALPACCAS! and striped at apr 10 satin R H AZLETT i-n-t SON'S French Pattern formic bv apr 10 R and SON COTTON GOODS of every description for men and Uoj'S7 wear at very reduced prices by apr 10 ROB'T HAZLETT SON Leghorn und Palm leaf Hittt, at apr 10 R. HAZLETT and FON'S CLOCKS. JAS. J. ROSS liaa a good of Ei day ami Thirty hour patent Rack and Pinion Lever Clocks. Church and Office clocks, also Sl rine Alarm lime pieces. Alarm that can be carried in a Coat pocket without any inconvenience- Cheap as any in Zanesville and warranted lor two yearn. Call and examine ihem. Great Bargains in Calicoex. JACOB THORN has now on hand 909 pieces Calicoes which he is determined lo sell, and iho-e who wish bargains will do faell bv civmjhim a call as he is determined to make the prices .suit apr 24__________ BLA J R WORM A N have a few very rich Caprs and Collars, a fine airomneut of Linen apr 21 beautiful assortment of and Summer just received by apr _l, 1849.______BLAIR  tamlin; coflari, pretty and cheap, call and them st ANEW and superior article of Patent TahUj Spreads, just opened by i. W1LCOX nay 12 and! eood assortment lit 17 Vf THOMPSON'S G[ ______ Belt Ribandi) nnd pretty al _ may li Pwrin Tery snpcrioraniclir, tf wived, for window tit., al nf ft.aj 10 MAGINNI3 GRAHAM 1 Aft KEGS Zauesville While Jyead, pare J- W 10 Oil, for br GRAHAM 10 may BOO KM.' MA RDI, by Melville, author of Typee, Omoo, 
                            

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