Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Zanesville Daily Courier  Newspaper Archive: February 2, 1853 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Zanesville Daily Courier

Location: Zanesville, Ohio

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Zanesville Daily Courier, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1853, Zanesville, Ohio                               DAILY ZANESVILLE COURIER. )L. VII.-NO. 28. ZANESVILLE. AVEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1853. WHOLE NO. 1286. JUDRESS CARDS. Iruktf blltll llnet, liu 1 liolituli I JiMlnl of M itktt Jiiil toirtl' VTL 4. I M LVM, II liotttale and Itrtail J IJ Zfcafer ril "T, mo" or's Olli e .Jl'O'-M.' "I Line Cl ia..a..t ia..a..t iur Ur A L Ofliu. on 1 OM Ur N H7 Mim.mu L I 1- unu ij II hohsiilc an I wer iuWr M. 100 Man, MKU -1 <_ mllN II ftrlail Ucalrr in Wry PL II I' ritnlcr in Uc ,'wd.- No Viunueet Wr BUSINESS CARDS H 11 ALL DRY GOODS NOTIONS. L r AM) COI AT LAW fc Halt Ohio ill atli to iM pr ;i ul 1 u to I' i ni and .uijolnin., (ounlu J in IJ Jj n j Jtutti 1-5 F O "SI ILL, i oi N-I i tuiis .11 U JTicr corner of Maraud fifth oicr the IJenA, J- ilranfc on Jlitin tifcil H UKAllAU t 1 ALIc 111 r KIlilliM VII CO P.? I OMMI-'-lON Ml KCII 311 I r K 111 V lv no iv li ilort A 0 llt'o mi nl i I lull. ui'l ilo n-'ti- -1 M Lb INC 1JJ-, Mil Jll_ lllmll III U I L lolllld v.V M w l I jD Itl K hi tin j, ami Srl 1 ruuu Drtllo 1 bit: u lit- (I ly b I i-.l kinu j stnj'Ml -U rim, C ini[ 1 ii ol il K II 1 I I ilo I t I ir t ler u ot I 1 Km.u ol I li i in I or mo! il o I. Uju II 11 I lo lolil 1 r J I i r-lid. I Mui.L II V. MtUIVM. C< I It 1 U MAM Ml k UKXJIAM J V _ lu I lull t I j urllll I I ol III ,TJ L S K J M. I .1] O 1C Ii C DO) AS HV.IJJI  f _ V M 7 Tar t..U.r TT, II Twer lid hlin orner a-it Filtli feet F (i Jfrj i. CO lam- xLR i BRO frOT Faniut i, M-iin inil i. luo at XJIT, V heicjm B-iIi-m. UJ'tiin irtet___ No 'lOo'Mlin ____ _ Mim street___ VM Sw C'1 Fo-Kei-rftn? iS Comtnuian chart, foot titt'i or C-innl BOB Jjrtiit, 'i nh and Fifth 1 .GCR, IIOLUsTLR. S. CO Carr -i-r o! MiAet 11 il Ni omijkoi__ RLTI' Dr C f" Oificc on M-irket .ilidl Htl.nl Grocirj hO 1 Mils S Rbtl, Aoom fo-mcrly occupied by J P 52  it i in J-5- I itli !o 1 oini 1 t 1 O IllllHri MeilRin und Maatia Midli-a Mani.ciuentror k 1 o Ltlnran I f" loiinc f I lagg Jolin b tilen ol M-iterli M dua. B Til   it 1 1 trcnasol all '-litul m ?eit vint.li, tthii.li "e J.iv Mtte IJ ImpretulL plain and ei ibroiilertd Ibibct long ]fj 1O1 tic J ItiltidclpkM T J TWLOR AIIORNLV LOLN-LLLOP. L-i. OKlCt SO MVIV SlREt-r, South stile, keticcea llnrd and I ourtJi strc.- ap'il 1, I6J2 tf __ _ __ SOfilvY I'lLLIL OJicc next door to Ji-sUcc OJicc, 7ancstdle dti- JO, Izt" __ GO VCH f. C M SIXTH STltEhT, CtTM ELV JlilN MARKET In the S top farmer! J occupied by apnl 1 _ il _ T 11 H-.-.KR M USES J ICOB 1 HOP s 11 I. CASE rlIOK> i CO Importer-. J. Dealers in Face} A COMI4.E.TI- EVT OF COMBb, LOT TON-, BRLSHt-, IMRE4DS, Pajjer Hangings looking Glows Clod' Go'd Gilt and Common Jeicdrv, 16OKro.idiv.iJ (i-rSTJ-IRS) A.'Voriv. UUNTVL SLUG1 Dr F HLLLIHE- ,l neil p lit IB tlielirniot 'i ti-t- andtlicii-bitr J VMEo itti h-is ceen for the last htcc xcars, ir he of fice ol Ur S I' llullilien -nd Irora a letter written to a in tins LIU 1 make tlic follow inr To inv reqiiinnD tile   him lo tl e citire conli'eiut of iilio require ht> haic the i< i nice of the It tuorknii-n tmcn.ncn to mike ind fn.-n our m 1 more ition ilonetn infer or lo none 2 id Crjj M o i "to k of RKAn- Mini- l LOTIII-.I Uruuiliti 11 I i J in ?ni ofthc ni irli non-li'iK-oiei 10 t of tramiiortatioi. mil- -tpt-1 dtl Melicil l llnntii i or rn r% Pin Pte cription I'ooV Ik r i Iiiltniiurritl edllion, Bntt It 1-eni lie I ic 1 tn ir li nil roj hels, ill I V oo II in- III 1 Db- BUOk   n de to or .1 llolii (or 1 ro j i; .1 fin i I 1 o Mh 1 1 rn j (.Ld ull otUr vork rvquifvd ill o i j nu t.t J-Vir I 1 t I 't Hoi I U Ir-f B I k r li uf rnd u) r.tioii Mill U ef> LaJiti, Cuuuaf M L! ci I In inr Hor r, 1 c i M i Jir J V rliuli I'r.icti' il ird detenedlv itt ot tlmn i I I- th rdMrl tiif ork (or Mils f f il No I in f 1U fcind 1 ?ror 1 in rutting to ot anJ i kil or< wifji fn j j loy tr i( v can tn nun t of e M in tiif n ot i) tr utrk, t f on us f ar v i T1 t- l ul 1 i in U L. rout rff r ID 14 r .JM now niniiloj; r-pon Ohm I j il o J lor n t r ot their uork, an to TliBb U tr Hi rt o ot hnr1 for whom il liaie done ft mi ii o or thu Central Ohio tnrf ron Pni( I P U 1 J( S- f r 1 1 1 ill -.i jniK ot t lit ird poimlar hoot, Ol u 'nth Mo be l "TTrjI Gil a L td e notiLU that tiic i-ub tribe's jre j i i in isttC'1 e o i Mo e cr pubh h >V their tr tott ot NU tilniduiUb tt 1 with immLii mic-t i i 11 1 of j riONsinii UF'i 10 wlitli we wouH me i I i full o ne I "d i It- in l i o rt, pLUIulh nu til m u.de to t ill n I ex mine be 0 c c in rea 1 UL fn i 1 1 c n, r o I o m_ l.c mut tine U'i 500 tU J i 10 bbU ints fur; e f op i! ar i h 25 1 it I ii.k 50 J o, o i f i HI -ikoi o jnl furniture fit! toach f ft nuo.i and Nl it ooJ, lore I irch a UL are If d that we x ithout p'rteiMi _ it til Jt is a Aork pur U n t 1 ol tin 1110 t v UI (ha ed en of impnni -s md firn at the of Ot tin. country 1 01 1 1 u to J c and l ic the in u e cilifcs, -l a fereatiacn debnled F 1 P m 1 x itt-n tor it u jkct I ot 1m i t, 1 1 Mikinj J in. K0Ll u-1 loop III- and l i tt artJt-Ie1- tlie common 1% u there is no to i e iorctd o g onh m j ii ol our en J -kfcin f ot on, 50U 1'atent i 1 2 ,UO dcztn ool I and 200 v rcls, .00 d 3D knitting Net lies, do HookMindLea, M ps 1 00 fr re SB Ilultons cUO co Coat e t and Bai 5 'o 1 c-vrl Hut oi s Jl dp "-1 ot; I -cerSj 10 do Corset do 5J do Uood PenciU, IJ do, 4ti M 3U jross I en Holders, 2UO do 1 30 do 1 act, I5n Ibs frliO" Thread TJ Porte Monaies 12 oo i- do allet -nd CHs oOO do IVo'sted md Linen Uraids, UK) Jo Packer SO do t do "5 do 1 ru oth, bnavii g, TooJi, 10 do t id lies tnd 500 do Lla 300 do Silver, Bri tania, i.c, 203 db Musical Harps, 1U90 dD Licers --nd fc.d_ings do IjQ do IVrlm, Cashraere, 000 do b11 TV and bias Inks, 100 do do ences 100 do Ko e at I Reir; o SoTp fancr, 30 bote- tire jjrosi Einus, >D 50 pieces Siliv ilin rch cf> Pcdto7 Fw remis I etter 1 U rapn iff Pipe s r 2d Id, 4-ii and Zith ff Her it.n T "-pclkr Prmc s "n 1 I Pict re Fr nd I IT Co it FMI t -n 1 -Kt-in -ilk hte l t, 11 it i wo in.. l'i i t' n e or it j It ii jn t bU !i 1 s oiiju n and o m n t o '11 i h fill' ittjtitta j rn.-mi c Mr I rt It book lo all 1 to ritli 1 Timf It i in a faiuiliir -n I is mtrr s i ro if ic'i rrore so han kon c have btfa r-> Lilni" 1 ill h Koiton. Virror tors-tic U nlle U V PI RI Ci Do net f I o call in ail Bct one to, [w t U JL5 I KL< lAt F PI IN FK i-NCL u. L rn tn f tit, ion m Search of sir John ard on Litt-rit re 11 I Trr rv Men, GilfillBr I p Cot. i r r t   b% P oi H Tin e ii h r of-'m( in 1 U in po rr Btofrom Oil Uorld to l1 c N 3f in, Re olle t of a Li rnr 1 MiUord ilotnu ml so i 1 PIn'o o kena, 1 e a i bv flue 1 KO 1 (inbrl Id-Ieofthe Old Domrn one II Goc'd, I llnr- L 1 pule on' 1 op Ur Libran 1IIUO )WIO iX) 3'0 i JO lOllll iro 1 i Ii I v> i i i n Fed, i c-'i Bio m cllo v O 1 i ,n h Uln L-iil, Litl I ins or ninco I n-MJi. I If li I j t jr-i J xrn t of I All or K olpeM', 0 i t I nearer ind fcic j th i n or! tt vill I f t a i i UM uur sprinr IOL 11 ij oil i o ol o r cu-torr IB to a will t our lie !L. Jn oil'i-totit Mill Le Ujoad a fian L> ir n t il r r rinni file pla n Ftible Ccdcr7> wt i llii A1 i en IM j I i ir IP i 1 o  Oriittt b V tlirop M t ki orth I'r eu SICIL-. 1 mi -c, tn II F licUrmr tirt is THt E oi-isii LMXLESIT. b? C or Dr e n THF or Ve at a trai e U" i iom i :i Il-illi.iuci. Cleiiul Oil" PHOlOL it C LO N T JLU OP I o tf Obc pt o-s v i o i h to ill I of tl i In I AV ir 4 i rl "t I MO! M H I V-Ili l, Jiuysr, !li h -1 01 e 1 I a I lor V I 1 'i.i n-i I 1 In U Iroub I i jt Jork, n 1 M- 11 ii c, atoijt (jnd b i 1 LtCILRf, ON Tllf RtSLITS Or THf Gi DlTtov br eiiiiit-ut i ivi, the i 1 I nnct I OLvrm crjitr i i i rol v Or THb V l i >ir n! i In IKout i -ton of lo d-i, li O THE -TI in OF UoRDf r I n h, J N, t to a hi a! ril II o f 1, opjorti-niii of I-R o if of l] e br t t ei i-r i. cd I'm t irpen-bK (or or 1 ifunn tl ofH-r o IOJH i i tn ifi 1 cnn I T orti' c to t' er i OAio il Fn Pan, jl lea I ot, I tin Dipph Tir I t Tn 1 I o n. 1 Duit 1 I i u i I 1 (ji f f le> I ll.-tl'nuli, z 1 I rill- jt.r i> r 2 il lir I ill it. i I H I n- J Tr ir Co It. I I tin f-' 3 I  Tor a b-nl tl r I no r v f a i m! t' t- 3 ii' >t n fr it CTR re L Ot UII e tht. u c )t r rir "I j N I K PI >-rr ri-P r Or I.-. JL t ,1 o et, door, .on-ft ol Mar, I OTicc snii re i Icnro fonc MorVrt CI lo thr vital fdlf 
                            

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication