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LOCAL ITEMS.
At a meeting of the Som of Temper
ance, Ironton Division, No. 542, held
in their Hall on the 2 3 J. ult., the un
dersigned were appointed a committee to
embody tbo sentiments of the Division:
Whereas, It has pleased God in his
infinite wisdom to remove by doath our
much estoemed friend and worthy broth
er, Washington Irwin, from our midst;
Therefore,
Resolved, That in his death the Iron
ton Division has lost a worthy member,
his widow a kind husband, and his chil
dren an affectionate father.
Resolved, That wo deeply symathise
with the afflicted family and friends of
our deceased brother, and that we ten
der to them this expression of condol
ence. Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lutions be tendered to the bereaved
family. J. H. CREIGHTON,
WM. T. McQUIGG,
W. W. JOHNSON,
Committee.
' We invite attention to the adver
tisement of Kelly and Falwell, in this
weeks 'Times.' They have just received
a new stock from the city, appropriate
to the reason, and of the latest and most
fashionable styles. Give them a call
at No. 0 Union Block, nothing lost by
looking round.
J"WEiTW0RTn & Brothers, S. E.
corner Main and Fourth streets Cincin
nati. Wholesale dry goods Merchants
have their advertisement in another col
umn. Their situation and connections
offer advantages to the purchaser ovir
marty other establishments.
A Young Indian Girl Convicted of
Larceny
Annie R. Cooper, an Indian girl, has
been convictod on two lndictmcts for the
larceny of a gold watch an I a daguer
reotype likeness in Philadelphia. It ap
pears from the evidenco that she has bec.i
in the practice of pilfering articles from
the houses where she was engaged as
seamstress, a portion of which she made
presents of to certain ladies of the city.
Being a young woman of good education,
and of considerable intelligence, she
coriesponded with the wife of the Rev.
Mr. Clarke, who conducts a religious
magazine, and represented herself as a
southern girl, giving her namo as Annie
Grey son. Some of these letters were ex
hibited in court, and while they show
tho prisoner to be a well-educated and
strong-minded woman, tlicy at tho same
time prove the gross deception she has
practiced.
To carry on her deception flio stolo a
daguerreotype of tho daugter of Mr. Lew
is Lyons, and sent it to Mrs Clarke as
the picture of "Annio Grcyson," her as
numcd name. She got another duguor
reotypo of two children of a Mr. Hart,
and sent it also as members of tho Grcy
son funiily. Slio introduced religious
topics into her letters, which she enlar
ged upon with much ability and appar
ent sincerity. It came out on the exam
ination that slio has written for Godey's
Magazino and others of equal celebrity.
Her counsel, Wm. E. Lehman, dccliu.
ed defending her in the second case. Site
assumed her own defense, and though
the testimony was direct agninst her, she
made a most ingenious and able one.
Her addrcs to tho jury, says the Sun,
was marked by a great command of lan
guage, intensity of feeling, and a depth
of thought. The effect of her cloquenco
and cliostencss of language was visible
msvnntnsu
In Ironton, on tho 3rd. Inst., by Ja
cob Lair, J. P., Solomon Jocks, to Leth
enna Jacks.
On the 7th. Inst, by Jacob Lair, Oil
ver L. Smith, to Martha Jacks.
On tho 27th ult., by Edmund Bram
mer Esq., Mr. John Christian, agod 74,
to Mrs. Martha Siuttvck, agod OS,
All of this county.
IRONTON MARKET.
CORIU'.CTED WELKLV BV
D . II. CLARK.
IRONTON JANUARY 1W.
GRAIN. WHOUSAU. MT1II.
heat pr bush. C9
Corn " 44 64
Data " 27 3a
FRl'lTS.
Green apples, bbl. 1,78 o 2,25
Dried do pr bush. 1,40
Notice in Attachment.
ALL perxoi interested will take notiee, thnt
llcitlelbnch, Semongood 4 Co. on the 23rd
day of Feb. A. 1). 1883. sued out ft Writ of At.
laehmcnt from the Clerk's office of the Court of
Common I' lean, ofLuwrcuce County, in the
Slate of Ohio, against Lewis Rosenberg, fur Die
sum of fourteen hundred dollars, which Writ
had been served and returned,
Altcst: THOMAS PROCTOR
Ironton, March 4, 1853. Clerk.
anTrdinance
In rtlution to the election of certain officer
and for other purpose.
ficc. 1, Ho it uriluined by tho council of the
Incorporated Village of Ironton. That at the
a inl Corporation Election there Mini I bu e-
Icetcd one Treasurer, one Marshal unci one
Hlreet Commissioner of said Incorporated Vil
lage, who sbnll hold their respective offices for
one yeur, and until (heir successors are elected
and qiinliiit.d.
Hec. 2. That if any person elected under the
provisions of the first section of this ordinance
shall fail to qualify for their respective o dices
within ten days alter said election, the council
shall fill said vacancies.
Sec. 3. That any person who shall be here
after elected or appointed to unyolliccof this
corHiration, and shall nt-glccl or refuso to
qualify for the office to which he had been c
lected or iippoinled, he shall forfeit and pay
the sura of two dollars.
Cussed March 1st. 1833.
S. SPltlGO, Mayor.
J. Ai.i.en riiciiKV, Recorder.
AN OKDINANl
To prohibit Ale and Porter Houses and places
of resort for Tippling and Intemperance.
See. 1. He it ordained by the council of the
Incorporated Village of Ironton, That if any
person or persons shall keep or permit to be
kept any nl; or porter shop or house, or any
house, room, booth or place of hnliituul resort
for tippling and intemperance within the limits
of the Incorporated Village of I ronton, up., n
sunn-lent prool thereoi iit-ioro the Mayor, he,
she or they shall he lined for every such of-
Lawrence County Agricultural
Society.
A meeting of the Officers and Manag
ers of tho Lawrence County Agricultural in the countenances of her jurors, and i rc "ut t ilmu ten nor more than twenty
. -hi. t ii o ' ,, ,, , . . dollars, or be conliueil in the jail of this conn-
oocieij- win ucuciii m me iourmouse, urn. .utwiu, iur me jirosucuuoii lounu It ly not leas than leu nomiorc than thirty days,
inlionton, on the evening of tito second , necessary to make a second fncech a
gainst her. Ex.
day of next court term, (Wodncsday
evening, March 0th,) for the purposo of
fixing a scalo of premiums to be award
ed by said society at its first nnnunl
fair; and to fix on the time and place
for holding said fair, to appoint commit
tees and transact such other business as
may be deemed necessary.
H. N. G1LLETT, Pres't.
Feb. 24, 1853.
The Laud Reform Meeting.
The Land Reform Meeting noticed
New Treatment op Wool. There
is a new composition for preparing wool
for manufacturing purposes, invented
by Wiliom S. Ilubbe'l and Amos Bar
rett, of Ashtabula county, Ohio, who
have taken measures to secure a patent
therefor. In tlto common way of treat
ing wool for manufacturing purpose, it is
or both, nt the discretion of the Mayor, and for
cacti sutisequeiil violation nl this ordinance,
such person or persons shall be lined in any
sum not less thiol twenty dollurs. nor more
than forty dollars, or be confined in the jail ol
this county not less than ten nor more than
thirty days, or both, at the discretion of the
Mayor, ami for a continuance frnm day today
oi any such niiciirc live dollars lor each lav,
Passed March 1st. 1353.
S. Sl'ftlOO, Mayor.
J. Ai.i.iin Hiciikv, Recorder.
Corporation Election.
riTIIR qualified electors of the Incnrpornfcti
Village of Ironton, nre hereby notiiiod t lull
Do Pcuclics.
BACON.
Hums
Sides
Shoulders
Pork
Lard
H0CEKIES.
Coll'eo
N. O. Bilc.nr.
Loaf do
N. (). Molasses
Cheese
Itice
Powder, pr keg
Tea Y. Hyson
Do Imperial
Do (inn Powder do
Halt Kim. pr bush
Flour prbbl
lluekwhent pr cwt
Corn Meal, pr bush
Potatoes do
Flax seed, do
Pent hem
lines
Hccswax
ea.oo
10
10
8
6,00 a 5,60
0
101
61 a (J
10
pr gal 33
per lb 01
do 0
3,60 a 0,60
do 46 a 66
66 0 f6
6
30
4,45
2,26 2,80
1,75
3,60
do
(iinseog
Tallow
llutUr
Eggs
Chickens
pr lb
do
do
do
do
do
pr doz
ilo
White beans pr bush.
Lard oil prgal.
60
40 a 45
75
35
21 a 3
20
25 a 2H
7
15 o 11
10
1,25
1,10
121
121
10
71 a 0
121
124
7
121
411
121
8
lb. 20 a 371
till a 75
75 a 80
85
611
4,110
3,25
m
CO a 70
till
13 0 20
121
1,60
1,25 u 1,00
1,15
D. II. CLAM,
WHOLESALE ii RETAIL
mwmmzs.mi: mm 9
Commission Merchant,
AX1 DH.U.KIt IN
THIRD STREET, 1ROSTOX, OHIO.
T T A VINO just received n new and well so
l.L lecli.d stock of Groeerim and I'roeiniimt,
I beif leave to lender my sincere acknowlcdi.'-
menls for the very libejal imtronaiie which this
esiiiiiii.siiiiieni lias lieeii Invoreil with during the
pasi year, .iul rcspecllully solicit a conliuu-
ance of the miiuc. Trusting by strict attention
10 DiisinrSN, olid an tamest desire to suit the
wniits of my customers, to render satisfaction
to all who may favor me wnh a call.
Feb. 2'Jml, 1863. D. II. CLARK.
ttO.MMON, fair, and strictly prime Sugar,
I bbl.i. nnd half bids for suit- hy D. ii. C.
Tf Bi.s. superfine family FLOUR, warranted
tJJ to the purchaser for sale, hy U. It. C.
) tUni.s. strictly prime New Orleans amlSu
.f tTJir House Mom:
in store and for sale by
I Sacks Rio Coff,
ItJ for sale by
I i Cases of superior Virginia
SPRING GOODS,
South Eatt Cornrr of Main and Fourth Street;
. C1NCNNATI,
HAVE now in Store a large and splendid as
sort inent of
SiapU and Fanry Dry Goodt
To which constant addition will be made
throughout the Season. Having the advantage of
s resident Partner in the Eastern cities we are
enabled therby to keep our stock supplied with
the neiee$t and most iluraiut Aryr(--i'urciiastro
are invited to give our stock an inspection before
purchasing our terms wilt ve ttry taeorabit.
WENTWOUTir BUOTHEItS,
n, E. cor. Minn & Fourth sis. Cincinnati, O,
m. Munvruv. ... . M.p. mirpmy,
M. &P. MUEPHY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ii THE undorsigucd aro now recetv
in? a large nnd general assortmc.it
of BOOTS and BHUB, ol almost every style and
variety, constituting one of the best ami most
diversified stocks iu Ciucinnti. Also, a gener
al assortiiciit of Panama, leghorn and Falm
HATS, recently purchased from tho manufac
turers East, at the lowest prices, to which they
are addiui! a general and extensive assortment
of custom work of all kinds in requisition.
They will, therefore, he prepared to offer to
Country Merchants, and to the city trade, an
assortment not excelled in the West ; to which
they respectfully solicit the ulleiiliou of pin
chuscrs gcncinlly.
J. & A. SIMPKINSON.
Sign, big yrltow lhml. Mo. 26 Imrrr Aliirki t,
Htrect, beticevn Main and Sijrnmurr,
6 3m Ic Vincinnuti Ohio.
a mm' mm 9
AND DKAI.EHS I.V AM. KINB8 OP rrtOM.CE,
Third Street, Ironton.; ''
Having received s large additional stock they
are now prepared to sull Groceries cheaper
iiiiiii ' evei soin in iUii i'u.l.
January 3U, bOJ. '
A A BBLS. N. O. SUOAR, In Store and for
IV sole low, uy : at. a P. M
1 X SACKS PfllME RIO COFFEE, on hand
XU una for sale by ... . M, fit P. -M.
IIOXES an excellent articlo of S0A11
t)J ami ('A XPLES, also Fauuy Boop, and
slur Candles, hy
M. fc P. M.
" f OLASSF.S, a first rale atlicle in store nnd
for sale by M. &. P. M.
fpEA, a large slock of all kiivls and qnuli
J. lies for mle low by M. ei P. M.
riTOIIACCO the best brands of Tobacco and
I Ciuirs, constantly kept en baud by
M. & P. M,
TLOt.'It. a superfine Article, warranted to
A1
M. & P.
luiud by
. ML' HP
HY,
II
AMS, Shoulders, dried Fish and Mackerel
rorsBtealMllU'HVH,
"pvrtlF.n APPLES, Peaches and White Ilean?
J in store and for sale at MCHl'UVS.
all sizes, nlso stoneware on hand
lor sale low by MlUUllY.
Iwnslie:! linforA it ia Tit for rnmbint, nn,
, ,. i i " Iniielecli.n will be held ut the Usui '. place of
alter being dried is treated with some ; holding the township elections in suiu village
unctuous necnt, such us oil of various "" V'""l"' Al'"1 '"'xt, fr the pur
m.M nf i-li t i iur mi.' Aluviir. t.ti, I(i.fiirili'P. till
Tor tins hvcning, we ore requested to sny . sorts, to lenilcr it lit lor maiiulncture. 'J'rustces, one Treasurer-, one Marshal, nnd one
fussrs ill bbls and half bbls
D. II. C.
t of excellent finality for
D. II. O.
Tvliarn for
D. 11. C.
Hyson, hu
mid Jilnek
D. H. C.
will be postponed until Thursday Even
ing of this week.
Mysterious.
A man named Grimes, from Madison
Township, in this county, come to this
city about two weeks since, in charge of
a team, and put op at one of our hotels.
Helcft the house about dark, for the
purpose of transacting some business
on the west side of tho Scioto river. The
ferryman landed him on the tow-path,
since which time he has not been heard
of. He had somo $500 dollars in his
pocket at the lime.
The probability is, that in attempting
to cro's the locks, being intoxicated, he
fell in and was drowned. Portsmouth
Tribune.
Encouragement of Agriculture.
We were pleased to see an article in
the Journal, yesterday morning, in which
"A Friend of Agriculturo" has com
pletely vindicated the constitutionality
of the Act supplemental to the Act for
the encouragement of Agriculture, which
vll be ono of the most valuable and
popular laws ever published in Ohio;
tho same having been unanimously do
sired by tho County Societies, and pe
titioned for by the State Board of Agri
culture. Statesman.
New Use for Gotta Percha. The
editor.of the Cleveland Plain Dealer has
been shown by the inventor, Mr. Bas
cora, a specimen of Gutta Percha typo.
He says that "Mr. B. has taken type and
.cuts from his paper, and in a very few
iiiinutes given duplicates of the s ante,
stereotyped in a composition the main
ingredient of which ii Gutta Percha, and
which gives a fine impression and is said
to be more durablo than metal itself.
The expense isvery trifling, and it is des
tined to revolutionize the Stcrotyping
System.
Truant Law. By a law ofMalsa
chusetts, the authorities of towns and
cities are empowered t arrest and punish
all boys who 'absent themselves from
school and spend their time in idleness
about the street and elsewhere. The law
works well, and wherever it has been
executed the results are beneficial to
truant boys and to society. Boston is
divided into three districts under this law,
and an officer is appointed in each to
look after vagrant children. In Sep
tembtr October and November, three
officers arrested 625 truant ' children,
who were dealt with according to their
desert by the Courts. Confined truants.
of whom there were 101, were sent to the
Housa of Reformation, School, of Re
form, or Farm Schools, others to Charity
Schools or to the Aims-House. The
majority of the y oung offender's were in
duced to attend school punctually. The
decrease of crime among the juvevile
population, it is believed, will bo one of
the excellent results of this system,. .
By this new process the previous wn.'.liin
is not required, us the composition itself
acts upon the greasy glutinous matter
in tho wool, and renders it afterward
much more suitable for maunfacturing
purposes than wool that has been treated
in the ordinary way.
A country-woman was carrying on o
very ample process against a neighbor
in One of the small courts of Germany.
The attorney of the opponent pestered
her with so much chicanery and legal
subtleties, that she lost all patience, and
interrupted him thus:
"My Lord's, tho case is simply this:
1 bespoke of my carpet-ranker, a carpet,
which was to be ns handsome as my
lord tho judge, and he wants now to
force me to take one with horrible cari
catures, uglier even than his attorney.
Was I not right in breaking off tho bar
gain." The court laughed at tho comparison,
the attorney was tvtupefied, and tho wo
man won her suit.
Arab Proverbs,
The tyrant is u dead carcass in the a
bodes of tho living, but the benefactor
has a living soul in the mansions of the
dead.
A prince without justice is like a riv
r without water.
As the sick body is not profited by
food, so the vain mind is not benefitted
by admonition
Liston, if you would learn; bo silent,
if you would be sale,
The world is canon, and its followers
dogs.
The false appearance of a proud man
makes his ill-wishers envious; but could
his friend behold his heart, ho would
have cause to weep.
He who has health should hope; and
he who hopes must be happy.
A man who con neither serve his friends
nor injure his enemies, is an unprofitable
acquaintance.
Curses, like young chickens, invari
ably return homo to perch.
Street Cuniiiissioiier to serve the ensuing yeur.
H. SI'KIIjU, -Mayor.
J. A i. lis Ricitcr, Recorder.
Ironton, March 1st. 1853.
Notice.
t Gfiice Ohio Iron and Ceol Company,
( Ironton Ohio, .March -till, lto:j
"VfOTICE is hereby c,iven Hint the annua!
mcetinir of the Stockholders of the Ohio
Iron and Coal Company for Kleelion ol Direct
ors &c. will be held at the oflicool'theCi mpa-
nv on the first Monday (4 th; ol April next.
By order of Hoard of Directors.
SA.M'L UICIIAKDS, Sccertnry.
Notice.
( Office Iron Hailroad Company,
( Ironton Ohio, .March Uli, 1S51.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the Stockholders of the Iron
Hailroad Cointmny for Election of Directors &c.
will be held at the office of the Company on the
first Monday (-till, of April next.
By order of Hoard ol Uirectors.
SAM'L KICHAUDS, Secretary.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,
i T MY Instance tin attachment was this
J. flay issue '1 by Henry Snyder, a justice ol
the peace ol Vinson lowusuip, inwicncc eouiuy
a.idstute of Ohio, against the properly mid ef
fects of Thomas Selby nnd Peter Shuck, part
ners trading under the name anil lirm oi neiuy
4 Shuck, uon-rcsidents of said county of Law
rence.
WILLIAM 11ASKINS, 2nd.
February 10th, 1853.
Special Master Commissioner's Sale.
The Stale of Ohio,
Lawrence County ss. S
Tursunnt to' the command of a certain alias
order of sale issued from the Court of Common
Pleas of Lawrence County, Ohio, tomedircc
led 1 will offer for sale, on the tfth day ol
March next, at one o'clock 1. M. of said tluy,
the following property, to wit: bei ng the Easl
halfof the following described tract, one hun
dred acres of land, part of fractional sectiou
Nos. 4 and 6. in Township No 1 IUnge no. 17,
nt the south east comer, thence N.
81 . west U9 rods & 18 links to a stublo, thence
N lull rods to Jacob Bowman's corner at u
stake; thence Easl 9SJ rods to a stake at Jacob
Bowman's south cost comer, thence south 1071
rods tj the place of beginning, containing 5l)
acres of land more or less. Appraised at 8SU0,
to be sold ns the property of William U. Kerr,
deceased, to satisfy a decree in favor of Win.
II. Bryan and others.
CIIAS. W. SIMMONS,
Feb. 15th. 1S53. Cur.L. U.
T E AS .Young
tierinl, Gunpowder,
leii.s lor t-ule by
Uom:h Swp and Cum.'lci for sale by
10 D. 11. C.
OAAA Lns. SALTED PORK, for sale
fjJ)) by D. II. CLAHK.
FRUITS SEEDS AND GRAIN.
faO )!iil. Oreen Apples
JLffftOUi'NiiiU Lrietl Apple s, -SSU
" Penche.i,
1LAO " Shelled Corn,
SJELKO " OATS,
for sale by D. II. C.
Sl'ECIAL NOTICE.
Factory Prices.
1JEINO an Agent lor Corle, Perry & Co.'s
factory, 1 am prepared to supply merch
ants with Cotton Yams, Hnttinjr, Candle
Wick, and Carpet Chain, nt Cincinnati prices,
thereby saving freights, and oilier expenses in
curred by purchasing abroad.
D. II. CLAHK.
VT this establishment for Wheat, Oats, &.
Corn, Corn Meal, Butter & Eggs, Pork,
Chickens and Honey, Feathers, Hags, Ginseng
and Buckwheat, and in fact all kinds of coun
try produce. D. II. CLAHK.
CABINET WARE ROOMS.
GILLEN & BROTHER.
Corner of Lawrence and Third
Streets,
A HE constantly receiving large additions to
their stock of Furniture awl Chain of ev
every style and description.
Wooden Ware, Tubs,
Willow Ware', Churns,
Washboards, Brooms,
Clothes Pins, Clocks,
Mutrcsscs, Safes,
Looking Glasses,
And in fact, everything in the house furnishing
lino.
A Isn Agents for the sole of Kanawha SALT,
mid Jayno's, Brant's, Bull's Shepherd's and
Mcintosh's Patkmt Mr.nieiNEs, nil of which
will be sold low for Cash.
Orphans, Widows, and
Soldiers.
Lnrjxc; amount of LAND is iluo to
t EACH SOLDIER, Mb Widow or
Orphans, who cngngeJ in the
TEXAS REVOLUTION.
ft can lit secured ly applying to
J. M. McLAlN.
Ironton, Ohio.
BOOKS AM) STATIONERY.
XO. m. BUCKEYE 11 LOCK, Front St.,
Portsmouth, Ohio.
Purchasers will Cud at my store a largo and
complete assortment of Mitrrllaurou.
Imv. Mtilical, Claticnl, and Common Sfliool
HOOKS, Tocelhcr wiHi a fullsluck ol Staple
owl fimru ST A T10XER Y.
A moments reflection will convince any one
that lean offer inducements to Hook buyers
fully equal to Cincinnati or any other point in
this' region. I buy ii the same Markets in Phil
adelphia nnd Nov York with Ultra, whilst the
expenses of conducting business is not one-
fourth in Portsmouth what it is in the larger cit
ies, and which the buyer has to pay in the end.
The difference in time, the cost of transporta
tion, with the advantage of procuring in small
(luantities, makes it inoro economical as well us
more expeditious to purchase of me.
In connexion with my store t nave a large
Book Bindery,
Where MAXK HOOKS of any size or style
of Hilling and of nuperior quality may be obtain
ed at the shortest notice. Magazines, News
ono.-rsiVc. Bound to Pattern.
Country Dealers, and Private Libraries, sup
nlied at the very lowest rules, in large and sinul
uunutilies. isliall Delia ipy to receive oruers,
assuring those who send, that they shall be
tilled promptly.
JA S STEPHENSON.
Hook seller and Stationer, No. Buckeye
Block Front street, Portsmouth Ohio.
NAILS of
and
X ami spices of all kinds fur sale by
IJICE Cheese, Lnrd, Lonfsugnr, Crackers,
M. & V. M.
"1.0RN MEAL, Rrnii shorts, and all kinds of
V J produce most generally on iiauu, soui oy
M. etP. MU1PHY.
r & P. Ml'RPIlY. pny the highest Cal,
jYl price for all kimlsof country produce.
)R. SLOW, RESIDENT DENTIST,
IIAVIXO made himself thoroughly
acmiaiutcd with all (tie recent mi
provemeiils in the art, together
with the experience of five years pwctice in
ariousnnrls of the l.nion, warrants him in sny-
iiiwr that all opt rations entrusted to his care will
be performed in the most careful and scientific
manner and warranted to prove satisfactory in
very instance.
Hefereuce to those whom ho has had the
honor of serving in Ihis vicinity, will speak
more favorably of his work than any adverlise-
i:iit poKulilycaii.
.Specimens of workmanship can be seen at
his office in the east enl of the Union Block
over Silverman' Clothing; Store. .
Persons residing in town or in the country
will be waited on at their resiliences it uesireu
Charges moderate.
lu-.r i.ur..i
1. O. Wiltnrd. Iioiiinn. I llnh'l Cc-ott. Mt. Vernon.
Iliriiin C'luiipMI, il" T. .Murlm. Ilnimiug Huok.
J. A. IIn-li-y, tin llt-v. A. Iiurdwt-ii, no
Repentance.
A good husband will repair his house
while the weather is fair, not put it off
till winter; a careful pilot will tako ad
vantage, of wind and tide, and so put
out to sea, not stay till a storm arise
The traveller will' take his time in his
journey, and mind his pace when the
night comes on, lest darkness overtake
him; the smith will strike while the iron
ia hot, lest it grow cool, and ro he lose
his labor; so we ought to make every
day the day of our repentance; to make
use of the present time, that when we
come to, die, we may have nothing to
do but to die; for there will be a time
when there will be no time for repent
ance when the door will be shut.
Late accounts from Buenos Ayres
represent the larger portion or that coun
try t be in a complete state of revolution
C AUTION.
TVTOTICK is hereby riven, thai Charles 11.
Sweeney, who has been passing himself in
the vicinity oi Mini .-report, lor a nun uruuici,
and a partner of mine, and thereby getting
watches to repair, since which time ho bus not
been heard from, is neither a connection of mine,
nor in my employ. On the contrary he is entire
ly unworthy of con idence, wasuissnusseu uymc
for purloining goods, and carried oh with him
jewelry that was mine. 1 therefore worn an
persons to be on their guard as he is a notorious
rascal.
CHARLES B. WEBER.
Ironton Ohio, Feb. 18th. 1853.
NOTICE.
THERE will be a petition presented to the
Commissioners of Lawrence 'county Ohio
at their March session, praying them to grant
a County Road, from the new bridge across
Svrnmes creek near Murnahan'i mill, the near
est and best route up Dick's creek to the lower
end of Richard Pemberton's farm, and to vacate
all other roads from the mouth of Dicks creek
aforesaid to Richard Pemberton's farm, afore
said. January 26th, 1853.
SAUCTIOM.'SS
MCLAIN & CO.,
TTTILL offer for sale, at public auction, dur-
f f ing the continuance of Court, DRY
GOODS, HARDWARE, &o. &o., at their store
near the vernon Mouse,
i. IRONTON, OHIO.
Those who wish bargains will doubtless give
v?
OK.
FTHIE partnership horetofore existing between
Irwin ts rveiiy, is mis nay aissoieu uj
mutual consent.
The business will hereafter be carried on by
I. W. Kfllv and Elisha J. Falwc'.l, under the
name of Kelly & Falwell, at the old stand.
All persons indebted to the late firm of Ir
win & Kellv. will nlease call and settle with
Kelly & Falwell, who are duly authorized to
settle all accounts.
WASHINGTON IRWIN
ISAIAH W. KELLY.
Feb. 10, 1853.
MOT MWBl
FIRST OF THE SEASON! !
JUST RECEIVED AT
m-ex. S9
UNION BLOCK!
KELLEY & FALWELL,
"IT AVE just received nnd are opening their
J.JL lirst Spring importation ol
Consisting of Fancy andStap'.t Goods the ni-
sest goods, and the most favorubly purchased of
any sloe h ever ollereu at tlieir store conse
quently Hit y will be enabled to serve their cus
tomers and all who mayy call to examine their
stock on the must reasonable terms. The stuck
is not large but well selected, and just suited to
.lie trade of the month of March, and all who
want fresh goods of the latest spring styles, and
who want them now, of course will call and see
for themselves. Wo charge for showing goods.
March 3, 1853.
DUKE & KINGSBURY.
CONSTANTLY keep on band, and
fors.ile, nt wholesale and retail, t
ccnoriil assortment of Ilimhvare.Out
leiy, Saddlery, &c, which they arc
selling, and intend to sell, at as low
nrices as nnv nlacc in the est.
heir assortment will be found Mill, X Cut. &
Hand Saws, Files, Mattocks, I'icivs, mains,
Scott's, William's, Mann's, & Holmes, Axes,
Cast. Kmrlish lllister, American Blister, Sheer,
&. Oerinan Steel, iron, wans, ppiw s, nuovcis ol
Spades, Horse (V Ox Nails, lllacksinilirs loois
Hollows, Vises, biotiges, ac.aiso
COOK STOVES, (
for coal or wood, of the most approved patterns.
Kile Fronts, Fancy Parlor Stoves, Chain Pumps
Seivcs. Sash & Class, with almost every arti
cle usually kept in a Hardware Store. .Iso
they still continue to manufacture Tin, .Cop
per & Sheet iron Wnre, Steam Pipes, At:., nil
of which they will sell low for cash, and hold
themselves in rendintss to till orders at the
shortest notice. Please give us a call
DI KE & KINGSBURY.
Ironton, Jan. G, 1S53.
M'LAIN & CO.
'lave just received a general sisertment
CARPENTERS TOOLS.
Also a general assortment of
rote-
LADIES km CEKTLEMES'g ITEIB
Keaay Made Clothiaar .
We also keep on hand at all tunes
YWias m STATES.-.
CHEAPEST Iir THE COUSTfiY.
Como EVERYBODY, and EXAMINE
OUK GOODS. .
M'LAIN & Co. two doors front the Vernoa
House.
lrmton, Jan. 10, 18SS. , ,
DRY GOODS,
Hardware and Groceries.
"ITF. Will keep cnnitnntly on hand a Full
1 1 Supply of tho above named article:.
We will also allow tho HIGHEST PRICES
for all sorts of COL NT11Y PUODCCH.
. flan iSTASiffi,
THE CHEAPEST in the country. Alio JOB
WORK, and Kepiirs in the Tin business,
done at all times, on the most Rcasonublu
terms.
Dur stork of Tin Ware is rear Minx, ami
we niost respectfully solicit orders from the
Furnaces, and country Stores.
Come every person, and see for pursclvci.
No trouble to show goods.
. JlcLAIN & CU.
A Trr-mwi f!n mi InrifP ftcenrt mAtii rf Hf V
J NliTS, HATS, and PLUSH CAPS.
J. MoL'lN l CO.
I"0SSUTH HATS nt
JY J. McLAIN, 4 CO'S.
DRY GOODS,
AND -. .v
GROCERIES,
KEPT Constantly on hand, at
II. UEARDSLEY F.
IiLOUIt K'-pt constantly on hand at
i ii. BEKDASLEY'S.
TIN WARE and STOVES, rtry Cheap at
X U- I1EARDSLEY S.
SASH, DOOR, AMD BLIND,
FACTORY.
J. W. CARLISLE,
It. mIL
i;. nrcrtn,
8, PETEHS,
D. WAIT.
8. K. 1110 UY.
1. D. CU.NNlNCillAM.
PAINTING & GRAINING.
RIGBY & CUNNINGHAM,
nAVlNO entered into n co-partnership in
the PAIXTIXV DVSiXESS, beg
leave to inform the citizens of Ironton, and the
surrnundinjr country, that thoy will attend
strictly to all work entrusted to them, in nil
blanches of the business, viz:
House, Sign, and Ornamental
Painting, Graining and Marbling,
Glazing & Paper Hanging.
In a style not to he surpassed either for work
manship or CiiE.vr.vKss. Ctf
Bonnets
OF the latest Spring Styles, Silk, Itraid, &e
&c., trimmed and untrimmed also a line
lot of Bonnet Ribbons and Bonnet Liuiuts. iust
received by
KELLEY &. FALWELL.
Fashionable Hats,
OF the Spring Styles, just openod at
KELLEY & FALWELL'S.
Dress Goods
1"OR ladies latest patterns just received
; by KELLEY FALWELL.
Clover Seed,
"VTKW nnd Fresh Seed for spring use, now o
F pened at
KELLEY 4 FALWELL'S
Groceries.
A SELECT assortment for family use. Sugar
Coffee, etc.
KELLEY 4 FALWELL.
Queensware.
I a unoico collection oi oiaiuauu omnmeni-
J ed Quecnsware, of the most fashionable
1 stylus, for suit by KELLY FALWELL.
GREAT ATTRACTION.
E. C. M'COEMICX'S.
BEING Determined to keep
up with tho Spirit of the
Time in my line ol lliisiness,
1 hnve a few words of advice to
oiler to the citizens of (ronton
ami surrounding country i It is
this:
I have one of the best assort
ments of Cloths, Cassiineres,
nnd Vrsiini's in the county; coiisisIuil' hi part,
of the Best Nelson French cloth, Hioli do, Satin
of the most superior Lustres lor Vests, urnne
deans do, nil colors nnd styles, suitable for dou
ble or sinate breasted vesis; n oi wnicu i
warrant to make up in the Latest Stylet, and to
Kiv - -i Custc mors Particular Fit.
Uul.'vnu preler to ouy a sun neiioy uniue,
I have tin in on my shelves, ranging in prices
from $3,U) to3(l,U0 lor a suit. Also, Shins,
Drawers, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves, Shirt
Collars, Carpel Unirs, OtiUn Pereha coats.
Do. Pant, and Leggi'us to keep oil' the rain and
mud. Check shirts, Hickory do, lied flannel
do. Calico do, Canton flannel do, 1 HLWivS,
of all kinc.s and sizes which 1 am anxious to
dispose of Cheap for cash, and a creat variety
of other things ton numerous to think of.
Coine and see for it is no trouble to show
goods.
it. u. m tun.uitit,
January, 1853. 2ms.
Steamboats & Railroad
S& CARS JUST ARBIV'D
AT Tim
Cheap Rcady-Made Clothing Store,
m-as 9 UNION BLOCK,
RO.VJ'O.V, OHIO.
T tlieir old stand, are ever ready to ni
commodate yuu, with anythinir you mi
want in the BEADY MADE CLOTHING line.
COATS. OVERCOATS, PANTS, VESTS, DRAW
ERS, SHIRTS, llOSO.MS. find COLLARS,
Of ALL U'liSCHII'TIONS.
SILK, FI R, and WOOL, PRESS and KOS
SUTH HATS, of every variciy.
PLUSH, CLOTH, nnd OILCLOTH, and all
noris of CAPS.
silk rocrirr HANuKr.iicmr.ra,
and CRAVATS, to auil your funcy.
V GI.OVI-:S, and WOOI.UN SOCKS.
CARIT.T SACKS, TRUNKS, 4c, ic, 4c.
ALSO n variety of Broai-cloths, Cassimeres
Batinettt, and Tweeds. Satin, Bi.k, Velvet,
and other Vcsliiis, and many other articles
too numerous to enumerate, all of which
will he sold as cheap as cun bu bought in
this Dart of the country.
Or made up to order, ns thoy hnve
constantly nt work A 2 1 ') 21 S
of tho best skill and ability.
Visit no V I'nion Block, nnd you will be
sure to purchase without further trouble.
January with, 1U33.
GARLMEjBUSH&CO.
Hanufactorers
of Window sash, Brass at,-iy tu
terj and variety. Alio SOOBS of U kinds,
coffins &e.
lron(onf OhlOf
HAVING in complete operation various
kinds of improved machinery for
VLAXIXG' MORTISIXG, TENANTING,
CROOYIXG, tfC,
are prepared to execute on the shortest notice,
all kinds of work in their lino of business, in
the most workmanlike manner, and upon the
most reasonable terms.
Mlordcrt from abroad will be prompt'
ly filled, and shipped with care.
FLAHntO ITJMBEB of all descriptions will
be done on the shortest notice, and upon such
terms as will make it for the interest of BUIL
DERS and CONTRACTOUS, to employ them.
DRESSED LUMBER, r
WE now have, and will keep constantly
on hand DRESSED LUMBER, both
WHITE and YELLOW PINE, OAK, WAL
NUT, etc. Also planed Weather Boardino,
and other dressed lumber of every variety and
thickness.
CARLISLE, nusn, 1 CO.
January 2Sih.l!')3. .
7E have on hand, and for sale, every sire
i and ouality of COFFINS. Orders will
be filled according lo directions, without delay.
ICTAlso on hand a good Hears, with a quiet
horse, and careful driver, ready for service
whenever required.
CARLISLE, BUSH, & CO.
January SOih. lSi.
WEl1
BAKERY & CONFECTIONARY,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
rilHE subscribers would inform the citizens of
J Ironton, of Lawrence and the adjoining
conties mill tney nnve rccniiy nueo up n
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BAKERY AND
CONFECTIONARY in the town of (ronton,
where they will bo able lo supply at all times
merchantsand others with crackers, bread and
cakk of any description, and every variety of
confectionary m any quantity to sun purchasers
All orders will be lilted on most reasonable
tenna, and on tho shurtesl notice.
Attention of mere hunts is respectfully invited.
11.4 L. COLE.
Front Street, Ironton, Jaouary, 1833.
IRESII OYSTERS constantly on hand and
' served up in the very best style, at the
Ovster Sawon of II. & L. C0LI2
A Storm at sea, Ships
Capsized.
WE, the undersigned have this day enter
ed into co-partnership in the PAINT-
ISO business, and ask of the citizens of Ironton
and vicinity a liberal patronage. It .1 our in
tention to do our work in succ a manner -as to
merit that favor from this community. Our
work thall be veil done, and our prices reasona
ble and regular. That the public may not be
misguided, we deem it proper here to state
what our average prices of plain painting on
new work, shall be per square yard. . First coat
8 els, second coat 14 cts, third coat 19 cts. If
our work after propel inspection is not found to
be done in a good and faithful manner, we will
forfeit the work. All we ask is a trial.
SAMUEL BURDETT, .
EDWARD H. CHA.MUEUS.
' Ironton, January 2flth, 1853. tf.
IRON RAIL ROAD,
WINTER ARRANGEMENT
TH1R0M And after this date, or until further
p notice, the Trnms will be run regularly:
oil the Irox Kaii. Road, Sundays exoeptcd,
from Ironton to Centre Station, as follows, viz,
MORNING TRAIN
Will leave Ironton for Centre Station at 8 o'
clock A.M. : "' I : : '"
. RETURNING -i -.'
Will leave Ccntro Staliou for Ironton at 10 o.
clock A. M.
AFTERNOON TRAIN .
Will leave Ironton for Centre Station at W o'
clock P. M. ' '
; RETURNING " " :
Will leave Centre Station for Ironton at 3t o'
clock P.M.
' Tickets can be had at the Ironton Depot.
., ... E. F. GILLEN. Supt.;
Ironton, Ohio, Jantiary 10, 113.
A STEAM ENGINE
AND A SET OF
Corn Mill Stones
iron. aim.K3D2
rpiIE Undersigned having lately purchased
I a large cni;iue, in order to attach to their
establishment a FLOORING MACHINE,
and other varieties of new machinery, now offer
to sell for cash, or for good business paper, a
Steam Engine, which has been in use only a
bout one year. The cylinder is 51 inches in
diameter, with twenty inch stroke, ;
Suited lo-thc Engine is a good sound Boiler,
which we will sell.
Also a set of Corn Kill Stones, -
CARLISLE, BUSn, CO.
January 23th, 1853.
V
CORNER OF FRONT AND VERNON STREETS
IRONTOH, OHIO.
S PARKER has just opened the above well
. known house of entertainment, in tho
town of Ironton, and is now prepared to receive
travellers and boarders. Tho House is v
pleasantly situated upon the bank of the river, -and
is conveniently arranged for the comfort of.
boarders, who by applying now, can be accomo
dated with neat and comfortable rooms, which
are so arrnnged ns to conduce to the health of .
boarders, being large, airy, and the entire house .
well ventilated constituting altogether the 1
btst building ever erected in Lawrence county,
fot hotel purposes. ...
STABLING ACCOMMODATIONS
Of a convenient nature have been provided,
and persons from the country around can tost ?
assured that their horses entrusted to his charge
will be well fed and receive tho kindest treat
ment. '' '
He will a'so keep constantly on .hand, se.r., ..
ral excellent . ,
HORSES TO Iir, v
Together -with Saddles, 'Buggies, ke., 4e. '
13-Baggage conveyed to and rob tbo rivet
free of charge. . '-
Ironton, January, 30th, 185S. i i, A I
SHEEP SKINS . WASTED
BISHOP & PERLEY will pay .CASS fot ri
Sheep Pelto, at their Boot & Shot Store. - .
Ironton Ohio, January Soto, 1MJ.- "
CASH CHIDES.
mHK tnderitgneii.'will'piy tiASti
I . . W. W, KIRKEff.
heatori, Jamiaiy 17fh. t4V Mt.
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