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   Tri-Weekly Courier, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1846, Zanesville, Ohio                               VOLUME I ZAXESVILLE, 0.. TUESDAY EVENINll, EMBER in. HAT MANUFACTURERS. W. J. GALIGHER .uppl llallrrs Fisrs and Tri pun i isidror of ihe I ntinrtcrs in ihe K isl Woolson's HoLAir Cooking rpl 1C subscriber has. iiisireeenedfrum N T 1 H do do i totality 300 do in I No 1 II R u u, ijUd.i side Russia arr mi d -till 100 1J ITIV 0111) U I'llll V 1 50 do do do iirroiud 'JO a t neck Con, v v MO do Muskral ai.l lovvu ilo p lie sel il. d p .'e M. v n ol descrip I 1001) >ilk'I ip, illpil'irn, e cliar 'ed at tlie 10 10 v ir Is Po'ii n u ill ol irs used lOUvirUsjilkPli-.il Mul. km anil Com non p ecisl u k 1! in all 10JO do d'.b no do do 1C r oss 'iUi and blaik Curds and 1 insets for h i's 6 i ises Or (T i n -'itl i, all q niitiis T i rt ih. r vv ih f li H i of Oner Ueiver'-ial R issfi Rid ml op n.; ''.rushes R usiii C .r fi le til iojis v -ir nj-s >lt n Hr u limn I ord folio i terras J i i nn d -Ik bevvino; -ilk, I run ro! ill col irs I j) I is Is fr il- Cons -tritjs nil ind olall t in issortnien I oi co'.Hiixu vvhu more lenie and economv ihan anv low in usi ,and w 'nth lit will iv irranl o ike w uh perfccl umrormilv on alludes bollonl al d top ot lue) bv this slove ovi rllielmounl amajufil} of sloves now m ust isful! miri- olTVrforsale afew nil C'onl All ot whichnre maii.iiaelur.d ol the ntJtt rial, mil in a sup. n rminiiir uidwdl he sold al rcdui. d pru es iiui1- lower lhai. anv now ofi. n ihe marUt C W PO1 WIN, Hove, il.i i_9 13 I j J opposite Court House ci- OF rue u KSP< OOMNG STOVE I valu.ble n ver} cxlellsivl usi u Cmimn in aniL Yiricii s parts of ihis n eoinmeiided lo ihe public as irin. iplisin ils construciion insurmire, onornv cuii i en i in ind p. rli i t oper .lion I ofl.rlheni upon ihe inosiia v orabl. low for c1- li 18U 37 F J I. Till: Iv COOKING I i w ill r this super or in ide of Ihe ven be-l nidlernl upon the moslfavorablelt rins and war r intil lo imel ihe mosl wi In s ind evpect i lions of rv, rv ho is. conv.n n n  IT.- 1 will pav a good price for IMOUisl.l- Dn.d Dried I, u ins ild.lv veredsuonat in} Jbtu-e, Mam Si near SO TOT'S" ROGKRS his jusl i nnd splendid stock of BOO and -MIOEW wh rl. hi will a1: cheap is vou can lu i-r ,-on, -trips i-msiii, uu uu, ,f Bilumore or Pillsbursh Ub'iois voicomem lo bin vour Drv Good, and Grocene' I1VI rn.OClvSforil.cf.ir.sl.on 1, H will be I vv.lll ,ke pl, asure s r N VI t C H-smit street, s srni to i iv COUN irrlin kr' II when ordered ,'ivenu a i il r smii is ind 1 xull nke pl 7 i. ORAI14M A FEW MORE LEFT. rooms and ollues Call u Ware Room Mam IO1IN Mircl.JP ICIi; _ _ CJVJL bbU No 1, Muskingum Companv -s ,h( "j isi r, ciiv, i ail f for silc atlhe Compinv j, ,o Pn, e d si omit made to M. rch i ils pur if il, oi La.t   t House, Alam-St III KI will will be found al all hours T i Cofltee, A Linifli Dav al li o'clock. -fpl in" in iiniiiiiiips of 20 bliUnnH upwards Partners-hip T sirangfr in lown as all die world knows, 11 (U tn n Irol m l i as Ilie f ishion goes ,nnd vou M nsort I promise jou well, A I, II s .lisfa' tion vv iih whal 1 o u II hud i III ll-' dud O} stirs dress d m the A lu iili e it f. or pavj ne flavor I'll memion, as- or TUC rihcrs havt lonncd a ronne. "on in hu- -i, 110, ol aucmion rtht nun. and sule of PCKKV i >ntten 'fa-It and P.M, irelion 7, i in due -i a nn will i nlden >our r II re our eves formerlv occur nd hj i if to on 2n 1 j. iKo v, u II find made from fixings quile rare, street above the dim where t'l- V are prepirea lo do n e al i i.1 u mv sland, sie mv till of lare, a nerd 4. and S orw aiding Jin- ll pl isfd v. u II ol I i d. n I ..mmblel Tliiv ,re ilso pro] riciors of me ZaiifnUr on re li ome to en w itliout au_, pay nl Coital Baits rnnnmi to Ckvel mil and rl I 11511 t-) I8lt>   Sro Pl n lor C I 'll iup'ioir.1 .U'ldind Knoli r m; rrenchtwdied b'aik and Overco.t lorn Black, striped md fmrj pl I Rl Cailel, Win-, mixed and pl ml SaUni H ind J M- Salin Slk, Ve'v.t and V diueia 1 m'pvn'uOO'rS iH .SHOfiR llnfrjo'sU'ldi-r and Coluui mi, I.p h er Nai's Sdi rink, rv OiU P mils an I JO ro 1 i I m I t ''I IHnd pinn.l indolherHitns, 'intmiie W PN'JI U Mil. 1010 TO lOT'd.z 1'iiLMt T3 s Morn., r irmk i In si c ,p pi .U uu' dea 3 fi !i i '0 I nx "P" s( il I ir'.i- mil Rn.l- i.rx x ir.u IK. 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