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   Tri-Weekly Courier, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1846, Zanesville, Ohio                               RI-WEEKLY COURIER, S MLMsMS, OHIO, ublisht.d on TUKSUJT, and ihe opening of the Mails. tUc second floor, of A g, SouJi side of Iver intili s Store ABS FIFTV CESTS within 6 months. 1'woCl-NTb TIWIHtf ZANESVILLE, 0., THURSDAY EVENING. MIL 16, 184G. NHMBER 8. A Guthrics ItnckinghaiM, SUCCESSORS J. C. Ontliric A .Sou, announce the arrival of their r-Hns- brUUJJb, "Inch renders their assortment as complete they have ever had the pleasure of oflerin.-. HaniA greatly reduced our prices oil a large porlion of uu" s ock.wecoiilHlunllyasnure the public, lliaieverv arti- shall be sold on terms, at leail. equally fanorahl: NEW GOODS! Wl'Kl'HKRiK having received a supply uf KMCOCJKiflJSX per neam boat Putnam, oners them, fur or Couutr> Pro- r> ro- duce, on ai low terms as they can be bought in this H.X. 8T informin 3m3 i opportune of ing ineiids dial be ha., removed his Gra- A NEW PARTNER. JOHM'K.. !1M been admitted a part- ner in our firm. CHARLES 11OWEN CO 1SUJ I-l ___ Wholesale Grocers, would iuforut his old customers and JICA the Wrappers, i nc ue.fom on terms, ar fanorahl- "ill bt. ill continued (unless at the op- j with those of any regular house ni Zanesville. or else- unless all are paid, wherein the eoumy, cither tor C.A SI lor COUNTRY PRODUCE, or  iTBSTIMR. A new and idiii article, jusl opened at the Ntio Cheap iretif (Sep27, '4S.--29) L THOMAS. IKTC, WOOt SWT Alt' 1.9, Of various different prices, just rcrcived at the striped and nlain of nl! colors forsale r than ever at the Cash Siore nf 1815 2G L. THOMAS! Calicos. PIECES now'xyla CnHcox at wholesale L. THOMAS. RltAin ile one dollar and .tifiv a THOMAS._ UlSdc' l.afae, Caledonia and jimopened and forsoleot ihe L..TIIOMAS. of ever vet oflercifJ in ihis place. GARY vt GKINER are Hrimnitmrl lo sell every article ni the lowest CASff PKfCKft And will romhnie to hny in every kind of COUNTRY VRO- DUCn7 for CASH, or such GOODS as rnny be wanted, on UK: most lihural terms. A system iin.s been pursued of Inle. in this town, of stopping every country that enters, and taking out the most dc.simhle nrticles; often hy violence, and n less price than woiild have bcrn of- fered ni this est.i hlishmoht. One r.r o'h.-r of our old friends hns cntuplainod, almost daily, of having been thus hambonzfttJ i ml of his hcst produce. Fight your HAS just received and is now opening an exten- sivr. variety of THJk-ii and presents of every Kind, suitable for the holvdavs. Fir? Crackers, such -A-t Grapes. Prunes, Currants, tigi, Raisins, Lemons, Oraiiircs. and-so-fordi of ail kinds: Sardines, Lobsters London Muslard, Cayenne 1'epper, and every de.scriniion of Spices and flarvcy Sauce Cocoa, Coflce, Citrons All kind of Crackers, viz Soda. Water, Sweet Also Oy fieri received daily and served up in the best style. TrfJYES. WHISKEY, SCOTCH' ALE in variety of Liquors of the best quality and for sale on the nnronirnodating terms. Toother v.-jih a iarjre variety of Candies and Confectionary. and many other things which he has nol time to miirale. To all of which be invites the attention ofhis friends and the public. ec !iO. 18-15 8 Jlas dicidedly the test assortment of CHRISTMAS TOYS Ever offered for sale in ihe city. happy to wait on you. UST Calland he will be Dec 20. 13-15 8 5 boxes of supcriorflm plug TOBACCO; 1C do of fresh BUNCH RAISINS, and fo sale by (Jan 18. 1845 .15] T. F. NEVITT. JAMES E, PALMER HAVING removed to the store formerly by {VI D WnKKi.Ku'iV just received a large addiiionio his stock of iugju part, of llio, Java, and Lajjuira Cotleas Hyson, black Teas Six Twist Keniuctfy Tobacco Richmond 5 plug" do jVew Orleans Sugar Loaf do Painted liuckeisj Filberts, Cream IS'uta, Almonds Mrs, Miller's Fine Cut Tobacco Sperm, Wax. Mould, and Uip'd Candles Pepper ami Indigo..and Alum All of whicli will be ofiered as low as can be purcha- sed West afihtijiiountains. Ucreinber 6, I8'J5 6 SUGAR received hy the Newark, a fresh suppl v of and Molas- C. BOWEN CO. Feb 7, 15 Mi; rif ivou-.tnnt jij-mi. nook for .sale at RKEUS' BOOK STORE September 31, 1845 27 SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS. Olllllb VOLUMES Sunday School Library HOOKS 500 cheap TESTAMENTS and BIBLES 300 Sunday School 11YMN HOOKS Wilh a greal variely of other Religious and Miscel laneous works, jusl received at ihe HOOK fe TRACT DEPOSITORY. Nov 15, 1813 Iy3 Fourth street. Znnciville. fine stock of MUSIC constantly on hand, atefisU'rn Love .price G els l.oveNow., Weep Not .H Niule ...G I.Rst Rose ofS'trnmer, hovers Young Dreams. Fair y Wells ____ 6 O in.ke me back to Ami a large suppl v at liii and 25 riiiits. at HEEDS' BOOK STOKE. Jhst at Hook Store, A LARGE slock of Cheap Publications, among which are ThcSqnirc; Charity Sister; Husband; Snowdonj Jonce Stnilev; Romance and Re Wild Love; Nan Lone Star; Asratha Ahonin; 'Visionary; merchant's Daughter; Mosaic Last of theSaxonsj Temperance Tales; of the Rhine; Who shall be Heir? Secret Stories of Waterloo. _ -Cavendi.sh Tobacc JL: 'Henry and James', 'Walker' rtnd 'GriencrV Brands. Also, jtotinrj lump, 5s and IGs. Six twist; also and 'Mor ihe Newark" 1C :anj received hy C, BOWEN CO. therefnr pirates, who miinfully through the highway men ami nfes t (he .sireeis. "and, at ofler us your produce, as heretofore, and wo will try hnrd to make it pay you for havt- no'rlcsire to draw a way old cnnn.eclfonsfrnm otir neip-hbors. but we do not our friend to bn told that we 'don't buy' or.e artlrlc. pay for another, only' p.o much for a llnrd. and hundred oiherlies to trick, us out of our fair trade. All persons knowiiifrihrmselves indebted to the late firm of PtiAT A: by notn or open account, hereby notified to rjxll rtnd as mnrh longer in dnlfraice rnnnot fie. And all persons having claims against the late concern, are to pre- sent them for seuNtmeal. Jan 17, IRVn 12if rpORACCO AND X boxes of (irst quality Cavendish TO B A CCO- superior quality Principe CIGARS; Just received and for saie by T. F NE __AprilJi6, 1845 7 DRIED APPLES A SMALL lot of DRIED APPI.F.S, for snln by Jan. Laines. rk CA'SrtJIEIlES Rep dp J French fky 3ltf-'.-.r'J? .--a splendid article. A1ETCALK. NEW GOODS WITH THJ2 NEW YEAS. Til T. public will want no assurance from us we have the best and cheapest assortment ofGOOns in Zitne.xville, when we, inform ihem that our sales have been to such an cxi cm, since onr fall arrival, that wr have been compelled to import from ihe easl i lo.-k of GOOD.S, lo keep our _- -Ojiiecesivool dved blue.black, jjreen alive and brown CLOTHS, for sale W f A THOMPSON, 11815 1 Itf I _i ii dved I ind'Ko blue, steel mixed! brown, ca'del ipornne French-black CLOTHS: Snpc- Jnc Skin, wool; dyotj hlack and fancy ..'ipcd.CASSIMF.RKS. Silver 11 .For sale by Woolen Fluids for La- f M f'-'V'J for Children's wear j, in uu r slnck perfect. Among i.'io new arrivals c.-in be found ________. 50 P'eecs of CLOTH, from 51.75 lo Ihe finc.-il quality I''J {equally variant VKSTINGS, an. I ALPACAS Werinos. l.aines ftndoih- er Dress Goods loo numerous lo mention, only Stiry to seen lo be admired. usual of lirnivn Aliislins. Tick- r-lanncls. Checks, Linens. Klearhed Muslins, Irish Hollands. French and American Piaid fine Cambrics ann Lawns, rtnd fashiona ble beyond our recolleclion, J. W. it F. A. THOMPSON Jan. 17, IR-IC. litf 31, IS-lG.-M-if C. BOWEN WOOOBiV doz. Wooden Buckets, [instill! manufacltirc, rlone up in mals, received hy ihe Newark. C. ROWEN 4i CO Feb 7, IflW 15 Fisli, Lime, I UBI.5. No. 1 While Fish; JL 10 hitlf 5 Totomac Shari. 5 ft Herring'; iiiO Superior No. 2 very ilne- 5 half bbls. 10 quarter bbls. 10 btisheto Columbus White Lime; Plaster of Plaster; For sale hy GARY Ac, CRINER. Successors to Prat Ac. Gary. of Clinfcc TUST rereived a fresh supply of Wiley and nftm'a Library, the new numbers of which will be s rcceivecL Life of Tassn's Jerusalem Dnlivcredj The Wigwam nnd Cahiri: Leclurtjs on the EngHsh Pietsj The Rhine, by Life of Cromwell; and Ch.nraclcr of Burns; The Pilprim of Juitjrfran; The Alps and the Rhine; The English Dramatir Pool; of Elin. srcond scries; Hcnvcnulo Cellini. Keb7, 18-tH 15 W. W.iRKF.D SON. N'KIV METlT ODIST, by Foi dale at the DEPOSITARY, Nov I, Iy3 Fourth street, Zanoville. rureived a fnw ronies ol niaiichard's and iur-A- HKttATfi OP? SLA- VERY, at REEDS'- TOOK STORE. Jan 31, 1845 H JOSEPH KOGNTS, CONFECTIONER. JUST rcc'd from the a fresh supply of cheap publications, among which Wild Sports-. price 50 cents Knutznnr iio of' Vienna, .25 r'oiKin Mintnn, 25 Dead Boicr 25 Claiborne. ihe Rcbffl 25 Constance 25 Charmed Sea 25 For sale at. REED'S lit) OK .STORE. March 28, 1845 22 is offered lor rent. Aitached to said Home are COCJJ and CIO US STAQZJZS.aud lnc for carrying on business. Hoiio-iion given 011 ihe lit of A'pril. For terms, which will be iu win lines, and for other information, amply lo FOR THE HOUSE on bove Seventh octupi.di by J. Esq.'-! X There are attached to, and will be Vented with louse, a. .mall Orchard, Vineyard; tad ture. Ths premiss be-vaeaied lit e-vaeae dav of April, and ure now for march 3wl9 _ T'-.S.vcT AB1QT. fcathej.. Beeswax, C'ailt, 11, exchange fur m ____ 3] J. TMOHW. ONE doi. iTfaboui.ar Chait-. on hintf.nd fan salts cheap forcaih. at the .Wue Kooinof JOHN ALTKH. SON _March 28, 1846 _gif Mb _ ___ C, C, T, CONVERS, Slttotitcajt 9c ffibuusetlors AND Solicilors in Chancery. WE have formed a partnership foi the Piactic Law in Muikitigum and adjoining couatiu the United Stales Couru. al and 8. Athenecm Buildinir. CHARLES C. CONVERS THEODORE CONVERS. March 21, 1JW6_ 3m21 ___ RVK Jt We w.nt 'irirniaiTqliiiiH. lit> of Rye and Barley, for which we will tho liest market price in CASH. -il' __ _ C-JJOWEPf 4t CO. RAGS Will be taken in large quantilitt.ror kind of Books and Stationery, nl rush price June 14, 1345 REEDS' BOOK STORK. N. L DORSEY'i; Lottery Exchange Offict, Main Street, fj doors above U. S. Hotel _ _ Grand Schemes for April, 1846, D. PAINE CO. All come perfectly safe by rnnil. account of the drawings ncril M purchaser.. N L DORSET, Agent for At Co. TWEF.VK THOUSAND Pokomokt River Lottery, Class No 75, to driwn al Wilmington. Wednetdoy, April 15 1 1 of 3000 '-lofSOOO 1C, numbers 18 package 25 wholes shares in proportion. SKVF.N THOUSAND DOLLARS! Pokomnke Kivrr Lattery, of Delaware Clmp 70 to be drawn at WilminSlon, Thuriday, April 16 I of 1 of 2500 I of UOO I of 72 numbers 12 drawn tificates 2-t wholes in proporiion. THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLASS! Craml cmtsntiitated Lottery oflJrtatrari and ffitrftM. Class No 13, lo bedrnwiint U'ilrningloo, I of I of 1 of 6000 1 of 6000 75 numbers 15 package 25 wholes s.Wei in proportion. FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS! Grand consolidated Lottery of Detalcart and Olask No be drawn at Wilmington, April Iff i or isooo i ofloooo lofsooo 75 numbers I.I if 2C wholes glSO shares in proportion. ATKIV ROOKM.- I mcnt of GOODS p M KT !ho habit of. burning for grod assortment of fashionable js, have, no dotibt, ere this time, ,lf 95, the Cnurl "idition to our former livnd from ihn loi of .W: Gd.OOS; of varieties and Cojbuuhcn a summon A VSIl at our establishment we ibscriherK have received, in nddiiion In K'-tthil Wsoelt, a larp-e ofdesirn- ble PA 1.1. expressly for Merrhanis visilinu Xanesville for (he purpose nf ptircbaskig a slock of Goods, will find il lo iheir ad vantage t-o rail and examine our stock. Oei 32if HI.ACK -j K- Itat mdpey and iC ,t "v O n qniliiv (Tee just received AMO sronr Rio Coffee. 1st rtnd 2d q IO Feb 7, I84tf 15 C BOWEN i. CO (Ne.vi A. JnncB'Jewi..._, street, and opposite tlie Court I'NVITliS ilie nitiMitjiin at ilutpulilic to the folluwing STOCK pur- chased; ihcquuliiyot' ivhicli he diinkii is nut surpassed by that ol uliy other siniila r eolubiiali. mem in Zniiiisvillc. THEI'KICES HE wii.t. WAK- RA.VT TU UK SATISFACTORY. Th K rariety i s sui- icienito acoonnnoriate everyone wislijntj to >urchase It is in part composed of imperial, black, tjun powder and Y II TEA RIO New Orleam-rfugar andAIolaasca Maple fine. Pr-pper, ground and Clover, A-.c. nnd HiTvann .Sujar Hull   i. i FtVF. THOUSAND DOLLARS: okomnke River Lottery, No 78, to be drmwri Mondnv, April 20 ors25.ooo i or ccm i of 4000 t 72 number.? 12 iackage'25 wholes shares m proportiiM. S P.tkomoke Loliery, Clans No lo -dr-Km al Wilmington, Delaware, April 28 1 of 5000 1 of 1500 75 numbers U l 2fi wholes shares in proporiion. .1 of Rirer Lottery, Clnss No 83, lobe at Delaware, April 27 4 of -lof.WOO 1 of265fi lof'iSOO 7R numbers 13 package '-'6 wholes 120 dollars; in proportion. K] VK TUOIJS A M) OOi.LA RS 1'vkomoke Lottery. Class No 95 lo be drfwn Thursday, April 30 IB-Id i of sawd i of looo l of 900 l of 700 fifi numbers 10 package wholes 27 dollars; sharei in proportion. S1WAI.I. PBY LOTTEttT. {Jrawsa-, follows throuphoiii month of April: Draws on priri-S3000 Whole Tickets S l-CBrlific.ite" of ti Sll; shares in proportion T nil Hid Draws on prut vv hole Tickets of if. JI V; shares in proporiion Draws on pnir S4fiOf) hole Tii-kets of p H; shares in proportion Address your orders lo N L I'J NEWSPAPER! ff 'nvaie all it 8 or !0 acres o' do 
                            

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