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'"I i r f. 'SI " I' V ft i it a K 1 V l ) it HI I J "' ' I ' 4- ' i J Thi Riot at Montreal. Montreal, June 10, The papers bore tliii evening condemn the action or the military in firing upon the mob, ami any that it was' altogether unnecessary.', Saven were killed, and eleven wounded moat of the lottor icveroly. Quio a num ber were alighily twDuodod. 4TI10 city is guarded by the military, ond things are more quit this evening,1 but great sensa tion ia manifested among the citizens.' J una 11. The number killed by the military' 6h,ThursJny is now aaccrtainod to be thirteen, and of the wounded Afty. It It also reported that eight of tho riot ers wcro killed In, addition to the nhovc. An immense mooting of the citizens waa iield . last, night,', and resolutions passed requeuing Mr. Guvazzi to com pi etc bia courso of lectures, and censu ring the Mayer foi inefficiency. " There Is Intense excitement this mor ning, anj sovoral outrages liave boon Committed upon the pertons of Itoir.dn Catholics. Mr., Gavazzt left this morning for New York, but will immediately return ppil finish his courso of lectures. Thn Mayor denies that lie ordered the military to f.re, and it is not known who did. - The streets all last night wero patrol ej by a corps of flying ortillory. Mr. Wic. Booos, formerly of the X. Y. Evening Post, has revived the Spring field 'Expositor.' The Expositor, un der the direction of Mr. Hoggs, will be a sound, progressive, radical, Democrat ic poper. Such an one wo heartily wel come to the field. Let Mr. Boggs go ahead and expose the inconsistencies and lamcntuble want ofprinciple which ilmtinnniBh the Will!: nnriv. Let tne C V darkness in Clark county bo dispelled Statesman. Harden The Pomeroy (0.) Telegraph of the 30th ult., gives the particulars of thi wanton shootijig of Chahlks P. Wao geker, a young man of Mason county Vs.. bv a man named McMaiiax, of Pomeroy. McMahas maddened by liUkey solliid out in ihe atieits of Pom eroy, with two loaded Mies, declaring his intention to shoot somebody but afemliiK to remember thut a Mr. Adams on tho Virginia ihori, ha 4 charge ! him with stealing a turkey, hn suddenly cros sed the Ohio, went to Adams' house, shot nt him, but without eff.-ct, Young .Waouekei being present, pursued McMaiuw, to arrest him, when ho turned drew his other rifle, on 1 shot Waooener, who' die! in great agony the next day. McMahah fled across the Ohio river to Pomeroy, whero ho wos arrested, and is now confined in Mason county Jail, at Point Pleasant, to bo tried al the next term of the Circuit Court of that county. This horrid affair took plnco on Friday tho 2"lh u!t.,J,,.,.. ' . - ' - ' Dead. Bo3TOX, Juno 13. Lieut McNeil, niptaw Pro-iJint Pi;rcc die! in this city this morning. ;- Further from Montreal. Montreal, Juno 13. Mr. Gnvszzi will return here on Wednesday to fiuisli his lecture. Last night a Roman Catholic mob broko all the whindows in St. Stephens Episcopal Church, in Griflinston. A meeting cf Roman Catholics was held to day, at which resolutions were passed to pay for all the damage done, and also to use every means to ferret out those who committed the deod. The Storm. Ytitcrday afternoon, tho 10th inst., during the severe storm that passed ove the city, the New York Company's bri Jge woa blown down. The wind struck it on the west end, and that portion giving way first, Carried every span w.lh it. About one-half tho timbers are broken, bince the accident, winch has been a cVcr losstothe Company, we have not lea ned what their intentions are in re gard to constructing ancthcr.biidce. ,A venerable locust iree, standing in tho lotoccupied by Mr. Gilbert, on Court alree't wae blown down, the some t'uno,;lo Wolishing the gatd and a portion of tho fence. , Several smaller trees met a sim ilar fate. Port 'Mb. t , It Has e,a nnvirtted ly eaiiusnt nir.i, iljal in the varied catalogue ol'di-ea-.olliai men nre lisM lo.thi-re scarcely one oTeueh iranuriance and of each l.itereii u 8 r i'uta. w'.ieC.er we look to the otuicuriiy ofiu ori fin, I inWiuu pro jrt i, the n iml;iir and variety of or (aaiia.yitautcki. or lUremaikabtu incuruU!iiy aud X'.enJva fatality. ' ikrdf :ia lias baffle 1 the iTiillof Ihe most einlnenl phyeldjns if thit country end iii Eurupe. But there ia a inlidole Ibt diiatlieea in' - "Dr. ' Ouytott t Extract tJltUcm Ptth anil. SanadarWa which it proiing 1tUafl)rctftri the raoit sirrere eaeee 6(8tnfula. CT Bee adrUKiivnt. yj ' XKI ... On the Vb inst, at Bgalou Mass. Mr & (Child of Ironton. to Mias Ellen P. Williams, of the former plaer;v ! wtl fn rr'K- 'J --jdT ' a fk p'a.mTVf.-gcti portmaa to Misa Martha J iidson, both of Ironton On tbe lltb inst, br Rer. J.. J., Holliday. MriBoberl Sprouso Jr. JaMisa Ann Badford, Mi:ofBo.f.nlil,'.ajAiI s(V fH4 .Onth VHh iniC by Rev. J. T.-lfcliWaV, r AnatinSnitkto MrarLuev Ana Esasaons, both Ort thit isi ttut, it Canmnibafgh; Ky. by Rev. Mr.TIavity, Jin .UelSiiaLljyJBrajnper, 1ft. Bewf WiuadwaBliblai iEHot, H of Wi4- AN ORDINANCE) To suppress and prohibit all houses, shop, and Mow known as placet of habitual resort fur tippling and intemperance in the township of . Elizabeth. See. 1. Be it enacted by the Trusters of Ells abcth township, in the county of I.nwrenco Ohioi That in order effectually to suppress and prohibit all homer, shops mid store known as places of habitual report fur intcmpornnce,il any person shall keep ntiy siich house, shop or store in tin township of Elisabeth aforesaid, snid per son so offending shall forfeit and pay for the tint offence twemy dollars, and for the second, thirt y dollar and bo imprisoned in the Jnil of snid county ten doys, nud for the third and each suc ceeding offence fifty dollnrs and he impri.ioni.-d in the Jail of iiaid county twenty days, to be re covered in an action before a Justice of trie peacn having Jurisdiction thereof, together with nil costs of prosecution and imprisonment. It, HAMILTON, S. W- DEMPsKY, UEO. It. PORTER, Trustees of Elizabeth township. June 11, 18ft3. 1 do hereby ci lify that the nbive is a true copy of tnu original ordinance tiled in iny olllou aii'l recorded on the township book. It. ItiCllEY, C. E. T. In I'robato Court of Lawrence to. David Wltite.A'.'.m'rofKlias M'l.nnndM. vs. Eliza M'Laue, 1 Petition to s It the Real T, H. Hlauley, Estatuoflhc decedant lilins and others. M Lane to pay debts etc. KlizaM Lane, Jouus S. Karly, Tliomis 1'urly James U. M'Lniu, Alice- U. .M'l.ano, Kiniun 0. M'Lanc, Charles M'l.ane an lT. It. Sia ily, nre nil! i lied thul 1 hart-filed 11 Petition 4 admiirS' tralor of the lislnte of Elias W Lane deceased, ill the Probata court of Kawrwicu co iniy Ohio, I'.jrthc aisiini'.-ntiif d wer, and nppraisi.m.-iit no J sale of the Ileal Estate of t aid dueedanl, an I that 1 shall in pursoniice of the prayer of said poiitioii, on the 161 h 'ayof July Iwlnp ply to said rriionto court, or Tin soon tnereaiier ascounstdean be heard, ask for an order f-r the assignment of dower ond nppraistincm of said preiiiLsts. And also, fun her notice is given i lint said Administrator will on the tUlh day ol Auxust. '.85J, ask snid Court for on ordi r of continuation of said assignment, And further, that the said premises hi tM to pay tho oeljl.s of said decedant. to wit: lots Number 2tand 2i in MillerKport, Lawrcneu county Ohio. DAVID Will i IC, siiii'iiusirnior, June 15 1N5J. of Elio.i M'Lain deceased. r"1HE Hoard of Education ofl'pper township Jl a'ljourncu to meet ni tnu can oi me rnao man, who n w calls for a in.-etiii ; oi toe o infu. at the Auditor's ofUe on Saturday July and 1851, nt9 o'clock A. M. ns b isinessol'tho tu rn t importance will tie brou jlit before the biiard. J. 1C KlDIJ, fbairmm. JiinoCl, 1353. If lteg. please ciipy On Saturday the -1th iunt. in town, by C. T Ila ;ter, a b:aek poriniouie or p icket boo!;, ton win ng il l, in bank bills. Tuo tinder tun be satisfied of their ownership by a dtser p-ion l the bills, ami will be liberally r.-wurded by leaving I lie s.iuu at this olliee. ladM os, J in e 7, lo t. JOHN CHAPLIN'S ESTATE. The linders:gued l.ave been duly qunlified as Executors of the lust will and tern mem of John Chaplin, deceawl. Those 'l" have claim-i ajjaittst said Estate arc requested t' oresont Ihein duly nutheutieatect rselib ln .nt. and ilruu indebted l-jthe Estate are requested 10 make payment without delay. J A COII IMiOfTOn, .May 25, 1353. LEW IS AXDEltSOX. Atlniinislralors Sale of Valuable Real Estate. The undersigned as Administrator wills the will annexed, of Lcniual 8. Ituekor deceas ed by virtue of thn powers in him vested by s.-.id will, off.'M fir sale on returnable and easy leniH, the follnwiti! tracts of Iiui1; One quar ter section of well timbered Inn J, situated elev en miles from Ironton on Ihc rood leading to Marion, said tract is unimproved but hns n rich s iil. Also one tract of eighty acres, in Marion Township, of rieh and good land adapted to the purposes of agriculture, said tract is unimproved and adjoins the land of Junius Corn nud John it ach. LAXTV RCCKER, Kecutor of L. S. Huekcr dee'd. EX ill IITO RS SALE IIIE undersigned will ofTer fur saw nt Pen Jl i.ic VnsnuK, at the Into residence of John Chaplin in Runic Township Lawrence County Uhio, on Monday ihc 20th iusl. cornm.-neiui; n. 10 o'clock A. Jl. the following described prop city, to wit: Oiu valuable Horse, One Cow, Ten Fine Sheep, Six Hors, n lot of Hay, Wheat Corn, lluckwhcat, farming Utensils, household Furniture, Hods and lloddinjf, and a great vnri ety of artieies too tedious to mention. Terms of sale all si-ms under five dollars, cash in hand; sums over Ave dollars, fix months crudii with approved security. June 3d, 183:1. J A col I I'ROCTort. I. i:vis ANiJi'itsoV. Executors of Chaplin's Estate. NOTICE Is hcrby civen In nil persons not to harbor n' cre'lit my wife, Elizabeth Lambert, ns she ha left my bed and board without just cause and I will not be rei-ponsiblB for any liability incurr ed ol debts contracted by her. June Mill IM3. ELI AS LAMBERT. 3tm s. mms, Attorney, Counsellor at Law, and So liciter in Chancery, HAS removed from Burlington to Ironton 0, nrd has opened an ollice in the Enterprise block over Nixi n and Berry's Variety store. Ilia firmer clients will find him as ready ond prompt as ever to attend to thoir business, nnd all oth.rs who see proper to entrust their busi ness to his chnrje may rest assured that it will be promptly und well attended to.. GROCERY & FAMILY PROVISION STORE. A. P, KQUNS &( SONS . Hull's Building, Corner of Third and Btickhorn Streets, IUGNTON OHIO. HAVE Just received by steamer Frank Keel ing, fresh from New Orleans, a large stuck of . Sugar, ' Molasses, . Mackerel, ' Coffee, -.. .-.Tea, . . Mice, Malaga Fruits, Nuts, ela. etc. etc. To which they have added , Bacon, Lard,. Flour, : Tobacco, Cheese, ' Hatter, Colden Kyrup, Eirga, Soap, Candles, lluy, Corn, Oats, etc. They will keep a full supply of - FAMILY PROVISIONS, -Good and Fresh, which they will sell at Cin cinnati prices and freight. They will also have a large atock of FEED which we will keep supplied from our farm in the country. They have op-;ned for the present in Hall's brick building on the corner of Third and Buck horn streets, until they cnn'build a house large enough to do the business which they intend doing. ' ' " They invite the public to call and give them a trial they will be thankful for Ftnall favors and larger ones in proportion, . .., -. - C Cash paid for Hay, Corn, Oats, Eggs, Bit tar, Chicketu. Turkiya, Bags, etc. ' i . ' ' XT Farmers and Country Grocers can be fur nished by them aa low aa at Cincinnati. Call and aee them. Alt articles delivered at the wharfboatiWpat, or iritowaifaeaireiL " i -iruntoa.-Juue 7, 1861. M BENJAMIN THOMAS? tSTATE. Notice Uhetebs glren tjiat! tl4. subscriber haa bcCn appointed: add qualified' aa Adminij later oAtha ftaUte'of AMaiB'iDi Tnaaaa kite of Lawrencn County deceased v- . .cr.w john n..' Thomas. Date Ma l, !, , 21 Su, Biuj;" 'S' -if. 1-w 1 a mA u-ik mLA .ai iwatv-i-fcM xiip'i . Uenhnm C. Nelson vs Petition for Die as ligament of Dower. Jnrnos Davenport and mdf If' i William II. Liiuirloy, The said James Davenport and William II. Langley ero hereby notiiled i hat on Hio Slid day of May A. D. 15:1, lb-u- ham ('. Nclsou ol Lawrunue County Ohio, Hied ( in the court ol common pitas o Hie county of Lawrence, stat of Ohio, a Hill in Chtiucury against tho said James Davenport and William IL I.anuky, the object' and prayer of which Hill is t he assignment to the said Beiihum C. Nelson of the Dower interest (if Cynthia Ann Davenport in the following described lauds situate in the county of Lawrence and state of J Ohio, and in the Distrirt of lauds subject to aule ul Chillieolhe Ohio, and bounded and des cribed as follows, to wit: The tuiith east qtiar- terol Ihc soul li enst quarter of section No. thir teen of township rin. three (H) cl Knne No eighteen H eoiiiiiiuiug forty acres, bo the same moie or less. Alxo the north east qunrtej ol the north east quarter of section No. twruly four 124 J of township No. three of Itange No ighlecn coniaiinnv lorty acres, lie the same nure or less. 1 he snid LaBds being owned by Uriah Davenport deceased, in fee simple and Cynthia Ann Davenport his widow, liaviiiif conveyed her said I lower interest in said lauds to the said Uculuun C. Nelson. And the said James Davenport and William II. I. nu-ley are lurti.er uoiiiicfi that unless they appear and plead answer, or demur loihesiid linl wr.hiii sixty days alter the next term of said court, the said lleiihaiu C. Nelson nt the lerui ui-.st alter the expiration of the said sixty days will apply to s.ii I court to take tin- mat lew of the Uiil as confessed and to decree there on accordingly. May :sd 1.6 J. ) I.EET & HAWLEY, 0.v J Solicitors for cxmplainunt. NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACH ERS. THE B iard nf School Exam'ncrs for this County will held their next regular m -c'.iug in I ronton mi the 15th of June nt 10 o'cl ick A. M. AM pi rsous desiring Certificates, aro requeiit- eu to present themselves M exam: nation at that limo, ns Hie Hoard will not m.-et again for .evcr.il months: nud according to the ne- Law, errliflcntcs cnu bo (ranted only at the regular in fling, liy order ol the Il-ad. J. CUIiSi En Clerk. Ironton, May l'th, 1S51. ADM IX1STRAT0 H'S .N'OTl C li. NOTICE in hereby (riven, that the subscriber hns been appiiuted and qualified, ns Admin!.' irator on tho Eslutc of John I'uller.viu late of Lawrence County, deceased. May litli l5J. UXNJAMIN 0. NEAL Adm r. Ironton House. Corner nf Front unl llallroud Street opposite the ll-pot, and c: ntigucus to lh: Steamboat Landing. IH01TT0N OHIO. IT A VINO just opened Ihc ob.ive well knnwn II li use of eiili.rlaimneut. lain prepand in en ertaiu travellers and board U. Tho I r niton Ibni -c is pleasantly situated af fordins one of 'he fiuest viows by way of the river s verv m ar to the in st business part of Ihc Town, and is comfiriab y arranged for the ! recep'.ion ofb.iarders and travellers, who will be ncf mmodated with neat, whoiey-me, uiry rojin, so venlillatcd as to preserve t lie health anil ensure the c .miort of its inm ilea. Viie iii'ii-v C"-n rest asurci tlmt m efforis will be wauling on my pr.rt to give them sueh fnro its will rnikc their stay at the Ironton louse ns agreeable ni possible. Stabling arc minodat ions, of th very beat quality, nud convenient t-i Ihe h-iiis hmr; been secured at the Livery Stable whore all maybe certain tnat their horses will be well fed and receive the kindest attoutinn; J. M. ALMSCN. Juno 7, 1353. tf BOOTS & SHOES BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! rilHE subscriber wishes to inform his custo m jrs and the p iblic jjenoraily, that he hns received an assortment of Lidif.s' Gentlf.hex's ano Gitn.nnEN's BOOT S AND SHO E S, Consisting of J! en's French Morocco Boots; Three Quarter llools; Jenny Lin l Double Sole Sines; Jenny l.iud Slippers; Ladies Fancy llo.its, Misses do; Children's Shoes nil s r!s and sizes; Men's congress Boots, warranted; Boys' Bo-its and Shoes, at reducd prccs; All of whirhwill be ssld at greatly reduced prices tor cash. Ho has alsotocoivcd a choice lot of PHILADELPHIA- FRENCH CALFSKINS, Which he v. ill make up to older, on short no tice, in a style not to be excelled in Ironton or elsewhere for neatness and durability. All p:-rs ms in waul of any articles in his line arc respectfully invite I to call and examiuo his stock befme going elsewhere. M GUARD 0. EVANS. Ironton, June 11, 1353. And Still They Como! NEW ARRIVAL AT D. II. CLARK'S Cheap Grocery and Provision Store. 10,000 lbs Sup' r Country cured Bacon, j.nuO " " City " " tnOKegsTcr, 15.C00 gal's Stone Ware, IDO Bush. Dried Apples, 50 " " Peaches, WO " " Benus, 10D bbls Potatoes, 50 Bales ol Hay, ViO Bushels Oats, 200 " Com, 100 Bn-s Corn Meal, 10 libls pure Cider Vinegar. Just received and for sale on very reasonable terms by D. 11. CLARK. 3 AKERY St CONFECTIONARY. WHOLESALE & RETAIL. r"l 1HH subscribers would inform ti e citizens of J Ironton, of Lawrence and the adjoining co'ities that they have rccntly fitted up a WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BAKEUY AND COXFi'.CTiONARY in the town of ronton, where they will be able to supply at all. times mcrcunnisnnd others with cavern:, one u nit I cakr of any description, anl every variety of confectionary in any quantity to suit p irehasrse All orders will be filled on mist reasonable tetms, uud on the shortest notice. Attention of merchants is respectfully invited li. & L. COLE. Ennt Street. Ironton January, Ifc53 LANdIuTtHS Garden SecJs, FRESH, Si the best iu market lor sab; by n. & L. Cole. ORANGES and Lemons of the best quality for sale by. n.'&L. COLE. Orphans, Widows, and 1 Large arluluntoEAND ia duo to A EACH SOLDIER, his Widow or Orphan, who onpazo I in the . , TEXAS REVOLUTION. It can li secured by applying to " ;- M. McLAlN. V . Ircnlon ' Ohio," . . v ... . 8 AVE . YOUR EXPENSES. . 3,000 lbs assorted No's eotton Yarn, ,. . 50 Balca Baltilft .' - .. ,i . ' ' y With a large atock of Cardie Wiok. , Carpal Chain, Twine Ao. - Just received from Mtars. Carle Perry tt Co s factory for' whotfi I act as a gent for the sale of the abora named Oooda Thercfore I am prepared to fill ordera at Cin cinnati Pittsburgh prices. D. H. CLARK. 1? 1; .'. -i ;-.'.( ; ;..s !c IRONTON MARKET i v COIIRIXTISP ITBUKLVIiy - 1). II. ...CLARK.-. I RONTON JANHARY IWW. WHJI.KBALE, BETAII. GR1N. Vhcut nrbiisb. 7l Corn " OntM " FKl'ITS. Dried do pr bush. Do I'eachi.'s, BACON. . Hams Hides ' Shoulders P'.rk l.nrd ' . i 'JltOCKIUlCS. . Coffe. N. 0. Sni,ar 4A 34 fiO 40 t.ftO plblO Ui in tsJ Ra 10 lii 1CJ tl lii to 7 20 371 Clio 76 7A a 10 8 60 3'Jo 00 ' 40 ') 0 1 . . u A . to - uv 7) II Lonf do N. U. Molnsri's ('hceso Kite I'owdnr, pr hn Tea V. Ilyi'oi Da Initicriut pr fnl per lb do 3,40 a O.jii do lo a i . do i! a Hi '. 4,10 AS :itl V .. 33 Uc J W 26 a 2 7 li 81 Do Gnu fowder do HnltKail. pr buna Kin ir pr bbl lluckwhcat prewt Com eal, pr liusli. Potatoes ibi Elas seed, do I'eathers UeesA-nx pr lb do do do do do pr dor. Ciiusei( Tallow II. liter lurs lia 211, 1,60 Chickens ct I 1,7J White beans pr bush. D. 11. CIAKK, UlIOLi:SALC & RETAIL era- euk cnaE3 msz u . 9 Commission Merchant, ( and ui:ai.i.r i:j sa m-- nai THIRD STREET, IROXTOX, OHIO. n A VINO just received n new and well se lected suck of Uroccrir and VrociaiuniA i beg leave to lender my sincere nekunwledue ineuts fur Hie verylibeial patruuatte whieh tins establishuieut ha.t been favored with during the past year, And respectfully Solicit a coutiuu aiico ol the tame. Trasliuu by stiiet Htlcution to business, and an earnest di siro to s.ut the wants of my customers, to render satisluctiuii to all who may fav.,r lae with a call. Feb. a-.'ud, 1JJ. L. II. CLAHK. "10M.MON, fair, and strictly prone tiuuar, in J bids, nud half bb'.s for sale by I). II. C. 50 Ili.s. siif.erline family FLOL'lt, warraiit.d to the purchaser for sab;, by ). II. V. )f V""11- strictly prime New Orleans mid Sus J,J gar ll-mse Mn!at$m in bbls an I half bbl ni store and fur sale by U. II. C. 1 ,": Sacks fj for s; Rio CwTcc of excellent quality for ale bv D. II. C. 10 Cases of sup rior Virginia sale by J'oluicco for V. II. C. t'A TEAS . Young Hyson, ha fe, pcrihl, (iunjiowdcr, nn.l Black lens lor sn!e hy D. If. C. ) ? Iloxt f Vi;i;i aud Vanillrt for sale by L'ilE AND CEMENT AGENCY. ONE lirNDREl) Barrels Louisville Lime received to sell o n ci mmirsimi by 1). II. CLARK. .mr:ovr:mT Pickled cueumbem, at 01 c per Uoz. Sour Krout, 15 c per gallon. Suiiorior Country Molasses, 73 c per rail. Dried Pumpkins for sale cheap at tin-store of U II C LA ICK. SAtiTs WllNTEDS IF VOU have any Sacks belonging to D. II. Clark, pleas..-return them as soon as cocveni enl, and oblige your humble Servant. UREA T BARGAINS. iQOOO lbs c lieme received this day on c itis'gn- Mont to be s old on account of shippers. l'loas.3 call soon, as I have orders to close then; out at Cincinnati prices. June 20th. D. II. CLARK. 50 Renins wrapping nn.l for snle by D. paper received H- CLARK. VTU Co this establishment for Wheat, Onts, & ...... n..... r..i n..n.. .c, i?...,.. rA,b i m viui., v",ii ai-iii, uuui i i,., , inn, Chickens and Honey, Feathers, Hags, Uinscng and liuckxrlieat, ,-.nd in fact nil kinds of coun try produce. 1). H. CLARK. 8 ASIl7i77(iI)"BLINI) FACTORY. s. n. m-pir. ninn. s. rnTt-.rts, r WAIT. T. WIM'i: its, IIKATV, S. R, BUSH, & GO. w Manufacturers 07 WINDOW CASH, BLINDS oa torn and variety. A'.so D00E3 of all k&d COFFINS &. Ironton, 0 Ii i o, TTAVINO in ccrapla'.o operation various kinds of improved machinery for PLAXIXG' MORTJSIXO, TEXAXTIXC, OROOY1XU, tfC, arc prepared to execute on the shortest notice, nil kinds of work in their line or business, in thenust workmanlike manner, and upon the mist reasonable terms. All orders from abroad will be prompt ly Jtlled, and shipped with care. HANINO LTJHBES of all description.-, wilt be done on the shortest notice, and upon such erms ns witiinakc it lor the interest ur iuj lb DERS and CON'TRACTOIW, to employ them. "f TTE now have, tnd will keep constantly y on hand DRESSED I.VMRER, both WHITE nnd YELLOW PINE, OAK, WAL NUT. kc. Also planed Wkatiik.b lio.tani.vn, and other dressed lumber of every varu.lv and thickness. 8. It. BUSH, J- CO, January 3"th, 1?53. T E have on hand, and for sale, every size V nnd qnnlily of COFFINS. Orders will be filled according to directions, without delay IT Also on hand a good Hbaisk, with a quiet horse, and careful driver, ready ibr service whenever requited. , . ;.- - " P. R. Bl'SIl, CO. A STEAM ENGINE AND A SKT Ol-' Corn Hill Stones riHE Undersigned having lately pure theil I a large engine, inoruer io nimcnto nss eslablislinwnt a FLOORING- NA01II0(fet and other variolic of macluntiit, now -to sell for cash,' or for good business paper, It am Znsiaa, which has been in use only a' bout one year. - The oylinder is 61 inches diameter, with twenty inch stroke. fiaiUMl-to lh Eugiaa ia good aouad Boiler, which wc will aell.v , "i t j .i AlaeUKcjri n Staaai ... 4 .. -. cABU.-i,K, BPUlt, CO. JwmatrS-'ik.iaS'i. v ! i . , t '" .'H U. V. CLARK. TIIOHAH Rl'HAKL. CLARK & ltliSSEIX, . -msKrxa OB'aiaaMiv K.ama GROCEES, ASS UZAtZBS IN ALL K1MH OF ( 01MRV PORDl f H. i:. JENKIN S BLOCK Ironton Ohio., rj (Tark Ic RussoU Im vinrr opened tle-ir new wholesale nnl retail sroci-ry siore, in Jenkin s Ulock soc-nnil 1st, invito the cuizeiei of Iront-oi aiid iurr.niudiiiir eoitulry to i xuniine I heir stock. WI hav Jiint received mid oiler fur sale, Ml jacks superior Hio rofj'. i-i 0 l urrels ciiperinr pLuit-itiou Mou.se.'i 25 do miur Iioiiki- ilo; flVE lit r.'vS ihhIi Itiee in store and for sale by I.J.AKK A. ltl.SSi;l.l.. S()TpTM) CANDLKS. FITTT boxi.K extra palm soap i SO do suiiuner ciiidlcs just received and fur sule by ( LATIK k TtfSHI'.I.t.. FIFTY 1i.ie aborted candies, juitt renoivod mid for sa!- by ri.AitK n itrxsr.i.t,. POTATO I. S. " HUNDRED barn-lvof whire Ale.ihannocks, i store mid for sulc by ft. I!K k niXSLLL. TWENTY half chols eutipnvdcr, imperial, and Y II teas in stere and for Mile by CLARK . IH'HPr.1.1.. TEN barrels crush'.-! sugar in store and for kale by ri.AitK ft ni ssni.L. , SUPER FKN ? FLOUR."' HtJKDHID barrels cttra fmo Flour in store and For P;.l t.y CLAItK ft m'XSr.l.L. OATS AND CORN. ON hand and for sale by " CI ARK k RURr.LL. FIVTT birrc's dried Apples;" 2b Uo dried peaches in store and for sale hi-CLARK Rl'fWKLL. SUOAS cured Hams, an extra article; do do llecf, do do 20,000 lbs. cnod country cured Bacon, in store and for sale by CRJlRK ft ni.'SSF.I.L. WHEAT, Bran andMidlinps, for sale by CLARK ft Ul S-jELL. STONE WAEE, 10,000 gallons stone ware for sale by CLARK ft Rf S3F.I.L. CIOAItS, 10.0H0 superior hnlf Suanis:. Cigars foi sale by ct.art; a nini.t.. TOBACCO. A Fall snd fresh supply of Va. Tob.ic.i, in store and lor sale by CLAn.t ii Rt HSEI.L. FEE3H BTJIIIE for saloTv CLARK ft Itt'SSBLL CASH piilby CLARK and kinds of ountry Pr-id-.icc. ni'SSELL for all WB intend keeping n full supply on hand of nu kinds of Oriceno and Produce, ond wilt sell as low ns ony other housi in Inulon. clark ,v n'.-4i.:, l. Irmton, May 3, lSoJ. MOXLEY & BARBER, WIIOLKSALE iS: II F.T AIL DEALER5!, IN limits Chemicals, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes. Turpentine, Dye Stuff-i, Window Class Glass ware, SnulTs, Tobacco Cigars, Kpi ces, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy Articles, SUIionnry Blank Hooks, 4c, Have just received, and will keep constant ly on hand , n lnr-;c aud well selected assort ment of tin- above articles, nnd oil others usu ally kept in Drug Stores, which they will sell nt the lowest cash prices . hvcry article sold by us is warranted to b.v pure, fresh nud Penn ine. Particular attention v. ill lQ p;t;d vj lilliii" Physicians order, r'; puttiiiij np presc.iptions, family conipouiids, nnd preparation1: of nil nines. W e invito those wishing articl-.s in our line, to call, ns wo feel .ssured that we can make it to their interest to purchase of us. POI'fLAR SOLI) DY FAMILY JIEU1CI -ES, & darbi:r. Hall's Dalsam for the Lungs. Ayer's Cherry I'ectoral. Roger's Syrup of Liverwort nnd Tar. Keller's Pills, Cough Syrup and Vennitnge. Jayne's Sanative Pills Ague Pills. Tome Vermifuce, Alterative, Exiii-el'iuiil, Canaiun- lire llulsiim, Hair Tonic nnd Hair Dye. Wis nr s Htlsam o( Wild Ulierry , Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. Townscnd's S.irsaparilla. Osgood's India cholngngiic. Oxytfonntcd Hitters, nsure cure for Dyspepsia Perry Davis' Pain Killer. Dalley's Pain Estractor. McAlister's Ointment nnd Solai Tincture. MeLane's celebrated Pills ani Vermifuge. Railway's Ready Relief. Gregory's Instant cur- of Pain. Christie's Galvanic Belts, Necklaces, Brace lets, nnd Magnetic Fluid. Mcxicn n Mustang Liniment. Crandreth's Ve.'t-tabli L'nivcr.ial Pills. . Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. Ilragg's Sugar Coated Ami llillious Pills. Siniiirs Sugar Coated Pills. Farrell's Arabian Liniment. John Bull's Improved Syrup of Sarsaparilla. Howe'sShaker.Sarsaiiarilln and Cough Candy Holllnnd s Germ in Hitters. Weaver's Cnnk.r and Salt Rheum Syrup. Smith's Tonic Syrup, for Fever and Ague. Duller'.: Nerve uud Uono Liiilnuui, llnrrel's Indian Liniment. Date's Nerve and Uono Linim:nt. Shennan's Poor Mans Plaster. Hay's Liniment f ir the Piles. Ilobcnsack's Worm Syrup nud Pills, Mcintosh's llalsainof Indian Soiinw Root. herry oi'dial, for Diarrhrii and Dysentery. Hutcbin's Dyspepsia Bitters. Graefeiibtrg Piiis, Sur.wparilla ad Chil dreus Punacca. Dtirkic's Green Mountain Ointmcnti Hibbard's Family Pills and Circassian Halm. Holloway's Tonic Uitters and Extract of Ja maica Ui tiger. Shepherd's Sarsaparilla. Rowaud's roleiMoh Pills, Tonic Mixture and Syrup of Blackberry Kool. linker's Pain Panacea. Power a Plasters, a new nnd superior article. Va ighan's Lithoulriptio Alixture. Jaeksjn's Pills nnd Kxpi-etoraut. Drain's Pul. Balsam and Purifying Extract. 11 nil ind's eelebritcd Tnr Ointment, Strickland's Pill.i. Murray's Fluid Magnesia. 5 Stonsi'a Infant Drops. . . Griffith's Magnetic Pain Extractor. - Steel's Opodildoc. , -. . Merrill's Black Salve. ' . Sorce's Ohio Liniment. -. Venghan and Peterson's I?ic Liniment. . Salter's Ginseng Panacea. .- , u . Sovereign Balm Pills. ' ' Thompson's eclcbrat'll Eye Wntcf. ' - Turner's Hal nam for Diarrhoea 4 Dysentery Turner's American Rheumatic Balajm. Tidd'a Balm of Lite for Consumption. Connell's Pain Extractor. Shaker' a Genuine Extract of Sarsaparilla. -, Fitcli'a Shoulder Braces, Abdominal Support ers, Inhaling Tube.-, and all his valuable Fami ly Medicines. ; -. . Benuelt s Plant and R ot Pills. : " Fahnestouk's Vermifuge. 4 . LeRoy's Vegetable Pills. . .. - - Stanhope's Cholagngao Xills. '. C- tX K Gardner's Liniment. . . Blako a Sanative Life Pills. : .-..-j . Bryun e Pulmjnio Wafer , v. . " Houghton's Pepsiii.the une Digestive ntiid, and mwy other ariiclcs too namcroua to par ticularite, but not too uoiinportant to mtit at- cntion. Call and try thaw. P. Mt'RDOCK. II, MOOrtKHSt. WHOLES All1 GllOCFilS. Commission Merchants. AND llRAlKlUt IX ALL KIMW nV ) 'dl'.NTUV aaa.am.;a:.sii3 Mardni-k'n iluililintr Thiol Mn-ai. tltdXTn.l Ohio. 1T.VTI1KRS HAMKII, , 'E will jiay t In hltfhr-it nmrliet prie'e In essh fur (nod new feather. .Ml'IIIMVK V ItelHJIS. POTATOEH. I (UlH. vt PotnliM. Jnyt receiv, d and lJJ for Mile by Al.At.lt. W'HITK BEANS.'. I1L8. of fM rut White lleans jum ren.iv t) ed and for ile by J, 11, VJXEGAR. A Fofd article of Vinegar in store ami for f ale il I1)' M. Ai It. MI'ltDOCK nnd HODUERSpay enKh for i ll kinds n eoiuil'v prodnee KANAWHA SALT. JMiand and ir sale by M. A BUTTER and KGCS.' K. JLST received from il.eeounlrv , id Al. 4 It. WANTED. 1 RESII rtull' i, 1-Vtfn, d .m. Com Meal.Oi.ts liint, unci Apples, Flat Seed, riiu- seng, .Maplo hniar. Chu-kens, ic0., ,,r which we will pay the hilimt market price in cash. .1 fit DOCK Al KOIHlKltS. A Cams Old Virginia Leaf ToUreo in .store J,J an-', for sale by Jl. & It. A FI'LI. and Fresh supply of nil .llhl.l .V H. i i , jusi received by SCOAll UOLSE MOLASSES a lirsi rate article, at - M. aud SYH1 P M. & K s. 10,000 Half Spau'sh Ctgtr$, fi.tiOO V-r- Sixes, lo.iluu Uavannas iusorid, and of line oualitv fir sale by . A. iNi K. Boncs.Vo. l SOAP, t) f aodo CAXDLES, a' Cincinnati r ces, tor sale by M. & f Boxes rOB.lCCO, the Natural Leaf, JLV lor sale uy M. al It. extra primn Rio Cojie for sale Mikuock & Rneuras. Bbls, best Plantation Ho'eutt, r.n h.-nd I and fur sale low by M, 4 It, ONE HCNDRRD and fifty bbl? of the best brjnds of Yn,nihj Flour, in store and for mlc by .McNiMiea li lioiHjrss. PEN hhds of Orb an.; Supr; X 100 1 W ,,n r n fair to prune, Inst rccciv ci and fur sale at Cincinnati rates, by Mi s ioct & ltonur.Rs. t pWRNTY bids Prmr Carolina Rice, fur sale by MosvocK (f Koockss. DRIED APPLE and Peaches dn l.oud and for sale by . Meauoe.. & Kun .icus. THITR Fish, Lake Trmt, and No. 1 Men Mackcral for sale at M'.'aoo-.:: ft It --nor: as. POWDER AGENCY. HA VINO secured ,-.n agency fnui the "Haz ard Powder co," we arc prepared fifill orders for every description of Powder at Ciuciutiaii priccr. We have nnw on ban ! 25 kens Dlastiug powder, F F and F F F 10 do Kentucky Itifle do F F F G. 6 linlf do do do do S quarter do do li do Deer do Chalf do do One cast- Ky. Riflo U do da Deer, do do da K K P. One b?x Fuse. Ml t.dock & Ro:n;i.R3. IvL" USDOCK tt nODQEKS pay cash far aU kinds of country K BODUtE. EXTRA INDUCEMENTS To Trade with Bisiion & Pcni.r.v. HAVING decided upon remaining penna ncntly in IRONTON, we have just replenished our stock by purchases direct from the Eastern Manufacturers with the most perfect and com plete assortment of lluot and Short ever effcr ed for sale in this market. Our slock is unri valled for Ki.KKA.wt; aud v.ibiktv, and wc have made arrangements hy which we shall receive iD'Fresh Supplies Monthly CI direct from the East, so that persons purchasing of us will h.'.vc to pay one profit le.-s than to buy of those who make their purchases iu Cincinnati. As herctof.ire, we continue the manufacture, of every vnriely of boots nnd shoes on rselvc.". and consequently can furnish cither Custom or Eastern work on a little Jhc most reasonable terms of any establishment in this en ire region Country Merchants nnd Furnace m. n i;ivo us a cull and we will supply you WHOLESALE OR RETAIL with any ujid .very thing in nur line, ut prices that you can but acknowledge cheap at tht chepe.it. II BISHOP, . 11 C PER1.EY, May 27lh lS5t. ly EAGLE HOUSE. Front street, between Madisin aud M.is:e, rOICTS.UGTTII OHIO. C1 W. IIIOGINS has opened Ihc above well 7. known House, and is now prepared to no- commodate TRAVELLERS and HOARDERS either by diy or week. The house is pleasant ly situated upon tin Dink or the river, nnd is conveniently arranged for the comfort of board crs and travellers. Boarders can b; aec.ua 'da ted with neat and comfortable room, which arc so arranged as to comluc; to the health of the persons occupying ihe aaraa,beiiig large and airy, and the emir-- house well ventilated -altogether the best Inns' m Portsnnuth fur hotel purposes. Stabling nf convenient nature has been pro vided, sutlluicut for .15 imrses. He has also an arrauicmint. with Hie City Livery Stable b.v which k! can furnish horses, saddles, buggies, Ac. Baggage conveyed to and from the depot an river free of charge. nU-im.. . f; i . . ) , l ' '! '.'(Mti Xo 1 Buckeye Block, Front Street, PCRCHASHRi will f.nd nt my store a large and ( o.np'.cle asiorlnient of Mif cllancnut. Ham Medical, Cltitticnt end anmmon Sehoolt Book, ToKeiher with a full slock of sitapj.- ml fancy STATIONARY. A mora: nt reflection will convince my one that 1 can off -r inducements to Book buyers fully equal totCiuuinnatli or any olher point in this region. -1 buy if. the same Markets in Phil adelphia and New York with thun whilst the expenses, of conducting business is not onr fourth in Porlsinjuth what il is in the larger (it-tii-3, and which the buyer hns to pay in the end. The differenca in time, the cnst.of transporta tion, with the advantage of procuring in small quantities, makes it more economical as well us more expeditious lo purchase of me. in couaexion with my store I have a largo-' Book Bindery, Where DLAXK BOOHS ofanysireor style of Ruling and oi superior qua'.itj may.boiblin edat the shortest UQlice.i Magazines, News-t papers c., Bound lo Patfcru. ' Coauuy Dealdrs, and -Private LikrafTes, rup pUuif attho vcrj- lowest tnu iitlargc and small quantities. . I shall be haf y to rooerve orUets, assuriug those who K'UO, that Uly shaJl Ik alled Brosap'.ly.'' '"''-- ,: . , .AxiAX&umsYi. Bonk aellet aad Station -.N 4 F,; )kcyc Ilteak s'.Fr '.rtiaJt, Pr-ir Vi- il 'i . rvc - vuf;' 5-it-;c1 't.- '- I ! U- ' ;s .s 9-ct- fihmmm fL. I This Eitraet of Te'lew Daak ail arusavU' is a inaitive speedy and; pirmanrnt care forair discasisi iin ideut t i feiii.ili-s. . Its mild aljctu live pMpcrtiiw render U pentlir!y ppl liU to the sleudrr and ilelicai.? cotut'ttitioH of 'Id, female. Jt ia i'nrival'r d in its iTect rtpo sufji'( divasrii ftu'liiT-'pu iil vchscuiplioii, barreaaes.. Iuuorrhcn, irr whites, .irr-jular inr-ntlinationv ini-Jiitiii"!! f'l'i'riiic, and general' prostrat'tun of the Sy.-tti in, U iiim'iliiu'-lv couuteraats thsl distressing Nervousness an) Lassitude s. cisnuion to tin- female fraia-i, "anil imparls ntJ .iitTcy i' ml luioyniice ut surprefiigas they tr grateful'. Wc hay (.-idiiicc on Ale which in iluecs us strongly to rccuomnKiid thi uudieiii to married people who have n t be'.n WtrWrT. wild 'ill'-prluir. , The Shaker prcparml Y'-llkjw IXick uud lh 'Hed. Honduras KuriMpiirtlln' am tl.u invaluable r nicdiat ugr-nts fnoii which Dr Guysjtt'Slliirovvd Yellow Dock and Karsap rilln is fomn.-d, ai'ul the l.ibrutory if Dr. Guy "tt tiasgii'-n I'sjth virtues of tli'iyc roots jn a 1 their pcrh ctinn. Il preparation contains ail the rcsturativf pr. pcrtien of the roots c nibincd and concentrated in thc'.r Uiinist strength ani r flicucy. Experiments w re n.udc in the iaaiw I f.ictureoi thi uii-dicine until it wis found !t could nit be further iuiprivcd. Accordingly.' we tin J it resorted to nlui sl univi rsaliy inca of Hepatic and, Kei rbulic and r-utaui-oiis com-', plaint, fir gi-m Ml prostration of all ihv vitsl p wi.rs, and all tho.se discasse of theskinso try ' iug tu the patie ucc, and so iujori ma to hcaltit. J f" Irrrpttliir ami tlitorttcrnt Mmilrua'Ln, curtJ In Dr Uuytott't Extract YWair lo -i awl Stirtopiriilti. Fn.iii a piactlsing physician u Elizabeth tow ii Hardin oua.'y; Keuticky. John D Pa i k Dear Sir: I have tried Dr. Guysott's F.xirnct of Yellow Dock und Ssrssps nlla in tjiy pru- ticc for Disordered Menstrua 1 fin, anil it lo have a very tine tib-cl. In one c.isc tlu-re were vwy nlurmiiif ciuivuls'tinj, hieh occurred iu ipiiek nucc ssion during tL inciistriial period; and after the second attack of tint kin I, 1 itdvised Hi" H.wofDr Guysott's Extract of Sor.'nparilla during the inlcr-.al, and my path nt bus not had a return of her convul sion lime, At ti c next pcroid she felt ton slight convulsive sensation, but not cnouvh to demand medical attention. ( K. McQILL. I'm' m v.. l. ki.'i:. AiTonM:v-.T-LAn'ci. , .1 rAi'A' tared of Entiitiuni in a wry frit tlnyi ty the vtc of nn 'y a purl of a bottle if tht WVuk Dotli and SnrtopariHt. Cincinnati. June 20th I OA j. To whf.ra It may coneeni: I have wutt-hed closely Ihe cUcnt of'-Dr Uujsatt's Extract of Y.-llow ljckant Sarsaparilla.," as il hns been used extcnsiv-lv v.-1'l.in my oliscrvaiion, ana I urn couvinceii, bolh frun observation und cxp:-ricucc, tlrat it i.t of real benefit to the afflicted, la the casi-a for which ir has b;en prescribed it has acted with the certainty of a specific, cIT-'Ctiiig curea Unit arc wood' rtul. A case has Just come un der iny observnti-m ol a child afflicted wit i eruptions. Its face was one frightful aore, really painful to behold, and the whole systi-ia was ilerange-l. "Dr Unysntl's Extract of Yel low Dock and Sarsaparilla' was administered, and in an incredible slort lima the face was healed, the constitution-restored, and thecouu tenance so improved anj beautified as to give, it the appearance of another child. This is aa unsolicited statement of a single case o-.it ot' many that hare com under my inim -diate nb' sortition. K. L. RICK. ! Se.-ou'u has tattled the skill of the nnsteia intnt physicians in this country and in Europe. Hut tlu-re ia an antidote fur this disease in 'Dr. Oavs ilt's Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsapa riila,' which is provin,' itself a specific ia the most severe cn' of Scrofula. "Dr. Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsanarilia" is iu uuarl bottles at St per bot tle. Sold by J. 0. PARK. Comer or Fourth and Walnut sts, entrance oa Walnut, enat side, one d-or above Fourth. . And by Moxk-ydr. liarder, Ironton; W Hi J M Brvan, Bur;ingU,n; John Kyle, Hanging Rock; W S Kouns, Oreciiupsburg; W T Nich uls, CatletLburg; Ju's II C Miller, Jacksa L P Magnet, Gallip ilis; O J Payne, Porterj S Murray, Wilkesvillc; Tho'a C ButEiugtou, (iuyaud.itte; J L M'Vty it co, PortsaiouUf Shacklcford c Crichton do . . WIST A R'S " Balsam or Wild Chfrrj. THE great remedy of Consumption of the Luns, affections of the Liver, Asthma, Bron chitis, Pain or weakness of the Breast, Lunga, aud other n flections or Hie p'ilmwary organs. A Slight Cold, Mother of Consumption. 1,?'. mt those complain uf being bitten by a rep'ile, they have alierished to maturity iu their bosoiru when they might have crushed il in the efg. Now, if we call a slight cold the egg, and pleurisy, inftamation of the lungs, asthma au,l consumption tho vennimua reptile, the in liter will be m ire than correctly figured. Attend to th's iu season; even a slight aold s n i smill matter. At the first attack use .' Wistar't Balsam of Wild Cherry it is sute to cure, and it is the only rein-dy vjh can place perfect confidence in. It eounaeo ccs at the riot of the disease, and thoroughly cradica'.cs it. ;. .' '. .' In consumptive symptoms 'procrastination ia the thief of t.ine,' in an awful sonae, aa it shor tens existence aud harries the patient ItJia t'.iae to ctciiiity. Tlicusan.ls aro dyini w'p n:ght nv.e be-t saved by the tim-.iy use of Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. A few weeks, a few Jays ins make a fatal difT. rence in the prioress of con sumptive symptoms, . v CotiJimiption nf nil diseases, ia the one that should receive eaily trcatiuv-tit. Every haur of delay may make the case m ro difGcult. U Uf war between Urease and nature the aoontr w assist nature the onrs certainly will she wia the victory. If wc wait till disease has broker Ihe constitution our aid m.ty coin: toe labt t be of service. . . ' " , ; '' " '. '' i TWO I.IVES SAVBD Br! THE UJK OP OXLV Tiianu noTTLita of "wiptah' bai.vn. r Messrs llarcnurt, Howard ft Co. Gents - The 'Dr. Wistar's Balarm of Wild Cherry' that I bought jf you has been of such signal benefit in iny family, th?t 1 wish to m-ikc its virtue knowu fur the benefit of the p iblie. t,: My wife took cold at the tiutfl of lies eoafiae m -nt, whiolt settled oa her l.ungc JTb phy-il-.iaiis prououueud her disease o injnnsjiUoa. HUi had profuse night, sweats aud hadeoht -she was given up fir we despaired of ar rjk covcry, and her child p-irlflak nf hot complaiat She then commenced taking Wistar's llalaara of Wild CliiTry amT Ihrer bole.i eOVeteel entitu euro with her and t'te-child bjth. lhavemdoivbt-that-trSey wM hate a ' : been in their gtaves if thep hid n ;l fta'tre. set Wis'tafa Halsam or wild cherry; S. R. Saikac . SethR. Searcy, wh.ecertifisateU avs'ii a mm of as nluch verarity as any in CMia- . try, and a in in ol go judgnijnt,' ad we plc euUMTelikaee'Oii-irrtat'lterisnt. ' -s--3 . . - H aeooaT, nt1rti Cl '- 1 ms'l.W h : T&rk.CUisBtta)L'';-' ' lfoHh eotrterif PotrthUbif sVJaat Mi ; . oniranceoa Watti.it street to wltiaa atfs , ,, must be appteaaM.8 a-.r Seta by Moxley -flsrW,, ftfifait1 ,? M Bryan, Burlington- Juitr -ITylISiaiarl . RacX;AV S Kounj, Uuti tntfi&a$i , - JF M tU ' ' s W; L P SturrMet OailirH! 0 J Vtm,it Huyandotta-. j IM Vey fv.J-Tsljii C S-VciMkUMs. 4 -i.r.v -J i sjb11Ht -sttsitl -' il tral-5il isua . u.Iae i. o 4t. ii' .xl.; -m t asj..tn 5a)ia4.tii-j$. f, - . W i a ,- 4. .' .. . . ' .; t- "'I 1 ;: Tt ;.i 't J ,V.,v m . - .':v.,y ;'Wv'' ; -i i lo in .) a'- vl r,-J.t ii.w ... a mtt irr-; .1' .Ar.,: ' , J. ' .... .:.'v. 'Vi';i si.iJ,; 'il?-'.