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   Zanesville Courier, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1850, Zanesville, Ohio                               i FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNWM TRI-WEEKLY BALL RICHARDS, WHOLE NO 607 ZANESVILLE 0. TUESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 12, 1HO VOL, IV.-XO 139, Hats. Caps, Straw Goofls. J. II. fc C. MOOREHEAD cocjrrnv GOODS AT O Oft f-CKS low priced dnrk "rinU OOU I A C. ROSS, Denier in lewelry and fr'ancv Goods, Repairing doue. 106 Alain Si. ADAMS Founders dealers in gloves and eastings, ly A DIXSON   dealers on usual terms. Country MeKtinnt'' arr requeued to examine our slock. CAUY and COOEE. Ocl 2. M'J Aurora copv.__________________ It is admirably adapted for Con to c and UALCO- bujim-v entrusted lo them ill Musliingnm tmil ad- (or adorning PUBLIC oiniiig Counties._____________DM _ CFSJBTERV LOTS, WINDOW SHUTTERS for il GOAUUS for STE.v.MBoiTa, WINDOW EUC7IETE SOUSE. I.TCCXT, Inn of for privalB dwellings and ASYLUMS, AH- BOKS and LATTICK Woun, thief proof (JRATI.IC for SKY BOSKS, Ac. For further particulars, and skrlchci of designs, nddress REO. W. PHIPPS A. CO., care of K. T. Furnace Company. Enquiries will also be answered by D. U. LVMAM, A sample of Ibis may be ieen in the ;who cot know him he sssunK thtm h Zanesville Cemetery. Cleveland, Aug. WIE.IMAm I.XCJCT, late of Kirnince Main street, ZaiiMville. rupecilully informs his old Ihe public thai be ban; leased ill. BUCKEVB j ntratli itrer.l.M llie head o'tlm Market. The bouts has been pninlert and new funmlieUihrough- Who seen JnniBK J. ROSB' FINK Diamond Itrcii.l plim, ICnr Itfngif fr'inyrr A-e.7 If you wiih to pur- chase eall soun; Ihcy arc loo hund.wuie lo on "onu 00 do do 18069 puir Ear s.td Pin......... Finger Ring.................... 10000 do do 4000 do do 3500 do do Z300 Hehnt an supply of Uold Hunting He will ihe htghext price in fcr flnv 1 G out, and lo his old lif need My aUout his table, hut to the traveling enmmiiniiT an') oihsri oeiJ no p hy a pjiins to piorure ihe bns. the ftflord, attention to comforts obtnin their future pat- New York Life Insurance Company. .g a Rcd fnr FORMEtiLY rHE OJite Ko. 68 Wattft earriagcs. and nctommodation lur a Urge GKO. A. JOSES, Agant, number of horses. BY a recent act of the Legislature, the name ofj Oct. this C'otnniinv has been chanced, Ihe ____ _______ ____ _____________ cased in a strong and substantial manner, and m i best water site, lor inauufacluriiig, in the State, dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry' .Main St. HJ. COX school hooks H every respect fire proof, lo which he invites the at- tention of ihe Fanners, Mechanics, Merchants, and others as .1 safe and convenient place to make de- posites, the office being "pen regularly from 7 o'clock in the morning until 7 o'clock in the evening. For all amounts of money deposited for any given time, not less than two months, a fair rateol interest will be paid in proportion to the time deposited and a certificate siveu. June If__________ _______ 1I> this Company has been changed, Ihe .leing deemed inappropriate to Ihe business of Life ihe four years in which it has been in operation, ending the" 16th April last, tin Company has issued 3GQB policies, and paid for loss- es 6U.OOO dollars. In fifteen instances the sum in- sured was for the benefit of ihe widows and orphans of the deceased, and in a number of cases, the time- ly relief, thus afforded, has been the means of keep- in" loiretlier families, and saving them from destim- western conntru. GEO. A. JONES, T the old stand, sign of the whole of this very valuable property on very reason able and accommodating terms. A smal1 only would be required in hand. Ihe bala exlenrfed lime. JOHN DILLO.V. Licking Works, four miles from Zanesville. May 19, 1849________________ Iron F. ers in stoves and castings, 1GR Mam ig bought for nders and deal- j enabled lo'scii very low for cash or approved Credit, j have ug. full uud Winter FASIUO-VA15I.K Miss S. FORD, re- of Xan- i esvilie and vicinity for the liberal patronage hcreio- lle "e I fore extended to them, and respectfully" announce i 31iss 5- F01 e? -L'-L lurn ''le Ladies in part of the following Goods: and opened their new Hats, Cups nnd Hind's. WE offer WHOLESALE i" Country Jler- chauu and others drtlins; in a large and well s.-lectea stock of fashionable and plain style Xilli IlnJuof rvnrv qunllly, FasbionabU d-plain siyle I'eaver quality COI.I> A.VI> Ml.VKK. has received ai Ihe old stand j A. a Inrgft slock of ftilrfir IVnlcbriiy which will be sold at the Cull and see. CEO. A JO.MiS. Oct. '49_____________________ Eastern Paper. Ti HEAJ1S different niisiliii't of KRN CAP LETTER PAPER just received, and v.ill be at the lowest the slock is GOOHWIN'J CAT extra, 1.75 extra thick, 2.00 Kaslern Letter Paper, at equally low Sly age admonishes me that it is quite tune to three of fifly.and one of forty per cent., upon whir, withdraw from active bu5iness. 1 therefore offer ihe interest is payable at super cent per annum, .in. i very reason- irausferable certificates will he issued in cases whe.. mall amount ihe whole premium has been paid in cash. The as-' on an sels of the company for the payment nf losses alrca-1 dv exceeds Two Hundred Thousand Dollars, and are rapidly increasing. The operations of ihe Company are purely mutual, the assured being the only proprietors, and jvideuds are declared annually of all the prouis. The premium upon Policies may be paid annually, Brush Russia Angola Black, brown, green and drab Mexican Hals for men and vouth. n fine of and plain Cloth. Plush, and Cfps for men, youili and children; Fancy and C.ips fi.r Chihircti. Vicioriuen large dv exceeds Two Hundred Thousand Dollars, and ment composed of nil ihe varieties usually worn, at price-i from 51 U. The above goods wn will srllby iht doten or park- age, of as good quality, and ai as i.oiv KATKS as can be purchased, ai lliis or any markei in ihis sec- tion .III Sf C MiJOHKllUAD, J iifc prefiuuin uuuu i semi-anaii.-illy or quarterly, at the opiion of ihe as- 6, when Ihcy are for life and exceed fifty dol-! _" Eive'nfoMbe bafa'ncc with inleres: ai six per rent. It V Vices a good as.'ortineni. fnr is believed that should llie assured live 10 makellnr- July 10, '49 ing ihe d.vidends to ac teen annual Irav His stock consists i and fasionahle style of Bonneis, for ihe present au- molale, the policy will be paid for. of Cologne 1IGF.LOW. G rocer. and asent for Pekin Teas, New York. June fJulli. and Unzfith liantf-jiiutlf besl assort- mem ever offeied in the rr.aikfci. The public inviled lo call and j-ee the slock anfl prices, at REEDS' P.OOK STOKK, 13 Misin, between Fifth and Sixitisla. tittle and Rrlail GrocT and Urtltrin country I'ro'lucc, 1S3 Alain ttrtcl ieiucnt ClJt ami "illi. received perstenmhoals .SainiCload nvd Jenny Liud hi; Fall snick of which he to sell as cheap as the cheapest, iher ai wholesale or retail; Ihe following are a few f the articles in ciy line Nrw Orleans Loaf arid Crushed do, Rio Coffee, Plantation and Sugiir-hnute 1m- Yonnj Hyson. fVunpowrter and Black Teas, 'iitsborgh Nuih, Marf-ler, Alncn.and Indigo. No I and 3 o ping 8 ping and (i twist Tribfceo, f. Wick ami Halting, 1'urt Ground Pepper, eic eti etc j Konsh and 'Ready, China Pearl, Fre; enu m ench Lace, Co-! article lhal defies competition and f; lowest auction the Pittsburgh manufacture, and equal lo Boston The oroanetors solicit investigation, Our r_ .____i i___... Cliair and Cabinet maker, 191 Mam Street J3I. m Boots, Shoes i-Vronks.-fcc., 150 Main st [mar 27 ly Confectioner and J rateur. north 4th tiie Fraaklin TOHJf Jr. Forwarrfingand Commk- sion Merchant, dealer in Oils fc Paints. 46 Mains! O. WINTER1IUTK. Merchant Tailor: Tai- loring' done in all its branches. 91 3Iain St. and Retail Gia- :rs and '1'ea Dealers, corner of .Market and Third streets- T I cers P. o( Pianos, and in Piano'M'isic, 35 roch27 ly and we will show vou you purchase or not. Slav wiih pleasure whether! dealers will find it greatly to their advantage to pur- chase of us as there is a ceitam saving of from 2.7 THEO. HAZLETT. t Binding. THE updersijr.ed having formed a co-partnership in the Dock Binding business, will continue lo carrv it on in all its branches in the rooms Over Hnzlett, Brp's. Store. where thev are prepared to bind every description of PRINTKII ami BLANK work- They will ptst up booksin Plain, Gill or Embossed which to 50 per cent over Pittsburgh in transportation breakage bv frequent reshiptncnLs of Our workmen arc superior to any set West of the Mountains. All from Sew Jersey and Pittsburgh alsoparticularcare is paid to the packing ofall made at these works- All sizes made and cut to or-Iir on the shortest notice. COCHRAS 15ROT11ER. September Ig48. ______ YEtXOW WARE aiASTJFACTORY. EAGLE HOTEL. rTMIE Hoicl.Zanesviile Ohio, has been re- I leased for a number of years by subscribers, ho intend Bitine it up in good style for tht accom- modation of their old friends and customers an_'l the public generally. Tho subscribers reinrn their sin- cere thanks to the public for the liberal palronazc heretofore extended lo them; and promise to mate ererv effort lo deserve a continuance of the same. 1 PAfWEIl SILVERS PORTER Kanesville. O.-March IRON, St purpose ihev will keep on band a good supply ofj fTiHEuiidersOTcd-successorsofHowseu icilrolfa- slock. Thev will also bind lo order Ledger- ik... TONS xvarrauted Iron, Zanesville manu- faclure 50 ions do do Pittsburgh do 300 nails, best brands and warranted 5 cases refined cast and shear Steel Ensbsii and American blister, German and othei fresh supplv jusl received. C. W. POTWIN, apr 7 opposite the Court THE NOTABLE I5UCKCOOKING.STOVE I now offrr this superior Sto.-r.mside of the very bestmalerial.il ponthemostfavorablelernisjnd war tantitto meet the mostianjuine wishesandexpecla cd fay LOW'S A superior article just MlJSKIf kept ronstanlly on hand and for and retail by v 31349 J fJLEHKNTS MADDER, ALUM .INDI "thai same" by octll KAWTMAK narl of I BIRELOW Valunble Town JLots for Sale. THE Sobicr her is anthoriied to pri- vate sale, of the very eligible HUILDING LOTS, on the north siile of Rhodes' the north end Underwood slreei, in tht town of Zanei- villc. The terms of sale will he made I.ate Arrival of Fall  M. 3Jcrcba.nl JLX. in all 122 RP. dvajer in nf .nl Tailor. aani si march r? ly Kciai 90 S SS. 3ttASS. Ivras ly J. StticrT.cOTnCT o Main aad JL in ail jjs t Tailor. TaiVra: brs. >i. J TF- Irnr. JL aic FOTTXTI and SCHWA Pc'riodirals bound in any style desired, and old j tention to this supciior article. Having long been in the manufacture both in England and rebound. Persons inay assured ;hat their America, we feel confideanhal wecan furnish 3 n ar- vork will be wcllciecuted.and thai the cliaries shall WH ITS vt ELLIOTT. October 6.1B43. F RESII 3rEDICISES. WE liai-c jus! received a fresh supply of and and they have been selected the late law of in rvcard to adaltcra- and Inspector of Cufloms. we Center confidence in their parity and such can rreommend them to our customers, and the pnb- spare no in endeavoring at time? to bavr >uch Medicines can be depende relied on Alson Paints. Oils and Dye Als. eifaiivMieSjSoops. palent medicines of all upon tbeimpor led ware. arealways ready to supply Pitchers Paste Coxes 1'ans Hasins Mn2> Cnp< Jars Dowls Ware. Cups Covered Jars SuusJars Poniatum Pov Kire Proof Ware. O falldescripiions and wareofany pattern or kind willbe Sc ?o ordgron the shortest the most rensonabletenns. HALLE.M. kicds. paint brushes an n onr line i Hpr l assorlmcni fcrp -MAG1NN1S GUAHAM TTTILLIAM JOSEPH GALIGHER hare as- W -wiated JOHN OAI.ICIIEK as partner ID the Hat and Cap man'il'ariurinp bnsine  indefinite period, from first day of July. The bnsi. ness hereafter wil! be coo-lnctcd under the name, fiira end sivlc of Galigher A- GALIGHEU ff. BROTHERS A first rate a-oitment of Fal i.1. and Winter Bonnet Kibbsnds at orll 1 _ BLAIR-il VARY larj" of Ladies' black, grey mixed, anH colored Cashmere, Alpaca A J. A. BLAIR'S. and Lambs XV oof Hose, at octll __ Ibi. very .upcnor Hamburg and Goaben ESC just received and for sale, or retail, bv ociiT T. F. NEV1TT. I'crfnmcries, ic. WE have opened a fresh supply of tloapi, ice. WE have on low! a very superior assortment of Bnuk and Fur as good can be had in sepi It J. H. C. V.OOUEHEAD, opposite Sucey' Hultl Silk IIATS for zond of pickrd for Cushions or at 12i cts. FIJfE Bearer nnd ___ J. WOOUEHEADS'. iiitariej BJ Ttrr rifttruiel Kaftfm prirfe i "of E. E. F1I.L51ORE. auj 11, T49. (Gaz. copy. 151 Main I.AXK HOOKS, in every variety Jiiari bnfit. Jlil't r... kCC.. of the Kailrrn and ai the LOWEST or mail, at BOOK STORE. 4. '43. 145 between Ah and olh India Rubber KAST.MAN' Jfc BIGE1.0W. AVT" French of aad.METCAJ.F- I.T jolr 17. Salt PERKY C.M1TH Si CO Oil. Main WHITK Sot.UonhaTi All A noB T HAVE fw s- 'K w. c. of WJIOn- EATRESSES- mir. jiil Extra Super Beaver "I TANUf ACTUREO the br-l Koekv Moan- LVJL u-in Uivivrr warianied icie ss can be bad ia or ary city. wiG J. H.iiC. aiOUKfcil Choice E Attention o X culendi'l lot of pi- Haviuaa of tie brands, recfd hv _ Bov2J.13i7 T. F. NEVITT. Lubin's Exlracli Olio of Aromatic Cologne Water Soap Aliliiary do. Transparent Soap 31ar-h-inallow Hnzlenut Oil Omaibas Sand Hall J. Kauri's 1 Alabaster 5 Lilly While Chalk Balls j Chinese Powder Gilt Kr.oge t Vinegar lio. i Penrl Powder Soap' Liquid Hair Dye i Drpilaiorv do. Pure KrarV Oil :Alribaid Oil 
                            

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