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lL S. OOrilLNG STORE.
SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING!! No. SKVEN UNION DLQCK. utoxrux. onto. nAVR RECEIVED aikI opened tint liml lock of GioiIs iii ilii'ir 1 1 no uf business tli at they linu oliered lu lie people of I ronton or vicinity lit too IovilnI pricui, I ho most IABHIONABLE atyli h, umt most approved qualities consisting ol UROAD CLOTH, I'.KSIMIlllT., CAHSINKIT. TWW.H. CA9HMARIVI'. I.OTIIK. l l.M X 1R&H.T3, & VESA'S, II AN DKI iWI II Ml HTOCKX. Mt'ei'liXDIill.', PINK CIIIRTH. CHKOII HIIIKTM, II.OVK5. HOCKS, UUAWIiltS, lXDi;ilSillKTS, And CRAVATS, And anything and everyihinir perl .-lining to a tint-rule Cloiliing EsiiihliNhiiit'iit, including a fine assortment T t It o mji i n style of HATS AND CAPS of every vnricly. TRUNKS, CARPET SACKS, Ac. And in connection p.rc firsl-nitu workmen em ployed in manufacturing garments ofull kind to order from their km:c-lor sleek or Mroaclclulli Cossimeres Vesiiugs Trimmings, etc. Thankful for a libcrul ;,rinuigc heretofore, they would earnestly solicit a reasonable share of it in fuU'e. Iromun, April 10 1853. The New-York Tribune. VEEKLYJNLARGED. ONi-.e'lihofpst A ", T1IS DAILY TlilUL'iS1;. iirv'iig (vnniu el us .tve- n year, wo e i e ,;Cf u'o.e i'iiiiI oiie .' ii o; to thoa'.eo The La. ton Timrt nu'k ng it, coil aide,' t" 'p ce.' mail pny ote. cheap Di; pub'''ied i-i u s conn or in i'io wo d. No chPii .e n p :ce w,s mm e io co.sci'.'eiioe of tt'-9 E '' senit' - - iiu piMe beiogs.i" nAn-cied to Ma'1 Si use :oe Pt $5 per r,i.'.iin. pii. so'u to Cp'i e s f in io Aen.s O'tie -'g -i by Ex press or. Vp' oii' -.u' n K.i'e m. l,."0 V one iiiMii ei' co.i ? , ofc)5 pt( ..mi's. -u. cones pi'nb'e i ' . ( ! ce. At n- p tvs. o, . p e pa e dtps o ou en i e Ui)'-" eei 'o-i do noie ceeii . 'esi'un we pu--fu r u- Ink lenv' ij o lie: e oe isi- ,o ue de." .. "ed ," mil Oi'i'receps hi' frvs , .'.ij. i.i o.-'c wow wc icn' ti oei-c- i e irae.' o'or p.-.ie? .' o n lis Ids money's wo n i i -e toe s.ieei tve seno ,1,1), look ''? iK . .e 'eivi -v o.'mi o'tv.i 'a iKir .d .lie ts-i'- ."sps of Te evpb -13. Co- .e ,- I deuce, Repo-iing, Cuinposi ons, i,:.r, ilni' . i;oo'.-i.ecp .1;, Ke i., ic. io oir .At"-ve--ie'Sionc. We do 'lot n il iiow po.s b'e ,o cue.-peii oew-p: pe a ue-'onc .nis po'uii if it ever smb'i be bwea-e , we i-iteoc .0 bee veil w-ih liie forcimwi in deuio isnu is ti'? lfffi. U' SEMI-WEEKLY, EmO.'EAX a.'.. CAL'FUb'NiA e.; uns we e en1!' gen slrun1 ta.icwsy an, eiK.- w .i, ,..e Ui-Jv. P,.(l olsov. ilioutn.'y e.,st.a o" i).:ee. We e spec.f.i' yioc'v a co'.np.'.'jo.i of out Sem-- cBft'7t- per n.iniin, iwo cnp es sea, a lu". year o.-ss, o.m' le 1 cop;es for S'.'O," n a.iyt4u. S5.Seiu -Week'y. a.iii W: cuec fu'. ly He d top os foe U s pii .mse upjn direct or pOii-p."'!! HIMCJiiO'l. int. Mi,W-ORK WEEKLY TRIfil'NE e'uera on .g f -tee i ii ye;i' 0.1 tlie 3;l of Sep tember, wi.en it wi" ;,i liive nian.ier be eoV.' ed to tlicsizeof t ie 6'e,u'- Weeh'v a d Dai'v add og mo'e urn nue-fou .'1 10 jis caiaciiv a so w'Lw, i .e ease of p' ce. Ti: e.i-la:"H!etiii..-iie.is.?20.0U0pff en.ium Io oiT? pe.ses. .lined :0ii ,0 .,e prevlot-; cost of ou' Da.;y En oemu t t eoOv eiruc ec. A " oureo...0.w;, .o.u ...u , t of he.).e...be. ne.x,, rppenr in en,: eUnew a,n) bunj. T.H tvjie now 1,1 cou.se of p ep 5 io,i ep ezvv for i i s pope,. Our steam Cy : nderf essts ere not suroaw ed bya .yni ,;,e w0 h: E.e.i vov our WecWEu' 10,1 siioiiid be 1. 0 I.. v i.i.i .. IOO.OUU lopn-g. we a -e p e,ia eii .0 -- 1. ilk! ma ' eve y copy 0,1 Hie t'nv Tim'-sii.-vJ ,,nt tlie fonn t pin .0 p lvs, w!ii.oul i.re.up :n ot te e d .13 tlie re-ira. issne of our ..1 ee JJui'.' ed-.:oi'S nmou i.'ox o Twe.i y-ood Too, is. .111 copies. Wes fiicl ready o an'mit any inip.ove jneo siioweve ei(e:)a've. w 1 eli wi". eojbte usto i'.ueii!.Pie ; 11, e gen co inj.e fresii'v and efTecti.'e'y, o,id s.n." especa! v im i, as we labor toelRci, a rad'cai iiup ovt muiit i,i tlie celerity and ie'iabi'i.y of i .e Mtf-'s. TERMS OE THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Hingle copy, one yenr liih-iwr iiumher. a,0 Three copies one year. li -Ivvo numbers. frii.(M) Fivec(tile, one yvur, fifty-two numlicrs. frti.lHI Ten copie one ymr. fii"iy-t wo itumben. !5l.fM Twenty copies out' yenr. !o one niMrrs.H. l?'J1l.(M) IDTi -xi empty low pricn nt wliicli TIIK H'KEKLXTiUBl K h now u-rnUhi'd t. club Sub crilicru, ubu'.'.tly pr-cluilLM oif a1 to wing- any emir niiritiioii, riiUir in inuiiey or l uri ex1 -a paper. Subuiiit'ioiiiiiiuiy vo-ntiifiire vl any lime. Pay ment in nrivaiicv i reijurediii iii' cti.tes.utid the paper 'it invariably ilico-rimel ul tlid cxpinition of the utl- vunce payment. Moa-y may be remiiiiMl br ul)S riptioii in IcHok tour ruk. but the Potmnsifr at ibc plnco wlnne ihf I'lier in mailed uliould bo mu!c urqi.aiittcd with it come. its amlkeuk aibriplion o) the hi'Is. UyHitlsof any ispecb-pi-yiti bunk in the 1'iiited PiHief "1 1 auuun rrct'ivet1 a jiir nr iiiit-iiptiiii. ILV We iiuvo no tri'veii.itf iu--iit!. Any u.ie wsh- ina io 'fciive 'Die 'J'.iluii-e iieiHi nut wait to be cul'cd upon tor his uutrtipt;uii. All that ii iierc uiv fur In n do in to w. ite a le icr in a lew wn (In nx poHM ble.iaclu the money uad write the name oi 'he .-nb-seriberwith lie Pot Oilice.Coun:y uiid Siute, and tli Kct tlie letter to UKKKLKV Jt Mclil'RATU, Tribune Office, N.V THE SEMI WKLAL V TR1BVXE. Pentons residing ut poiiiis w liert; maiU .irrivu u'ti'itcr tha toncu a week ore requested to exuiiiitii- the Peini Wcekly. We rejriinl t a fliHHpf.-t 0114 ht, ull Ihing VUliBiUtrri-u. uui'iia'ivn 111 civ 1 mvii jjiuiu, TEXAM. Pintle eopy. one ear, $:00 Two copies, 5 m) Five topic, ) j. Ten eo.iu-i. y(tt0 CiRKLLV & ATcKjRATH. TiUHlAfcOKl'lUli, KW YOBK. The Place to buy GOOD and CHEAP CLOTHING, IS AO, U-XIOXULOCK, IROMON OHIO. Ferguson & Elsas, Merchant TAILORS, and WHOLE SALE and RETAIL dealers in every description of Ready-Made Clothing, 3 HAVE just replen:slied their stock with a clioice variety of the Brtt and most L Fashionable OOOIJS of the season; such as Coals. Vesta, Pants, Shirts, Drawers, Socks, Cravats, Shirt collars, Stocks, and indued every article usually kept for sale in the CLOTHING LINE. They take this method to inform the citizens of this entire region that they are not only pre pared, but determined, to maintain the reputa tion this house has acquired of being the No. 1 Establishment at which to buy a good article of clothing on the most reasonable terms. Their facilities for purchasing are superior to those of my other establishment in this entire section of country. They huve long been ac quainted with the business, and have now on hand and will constantly kep a general assort ment of the best quality of Clotht, thf skint, Cassitnrrts, every variety of Vesting; of the finest qnality and latest styles, such as Satins Fig'i Bilks, Marsailles of all colors and Fig ures which they are piepared to 6 MAKE UP TO ORDER ' ob short notice, and in the most approved style . Remember No. 4, Union Block, 'ironton, June 7th 1863. ly S. Ill Kli. CIIAUU.H KI.Msi:tritV. Who?! and BeUU deals r la IIAItDWAllE, No. 6, Union Block, Ironton, 0. T "I A VE jnt received new siipplii-s from tlie -I I '-"" foiwiatiiigof iiuicles usually kept in 1 1 ii I'd Aare stole. Tli.inkf.il for punt fiivor, we now llnlter our ichvs tlml we can sell nn low ns nnyotlu'i place initio Wmi, hi'viin: nuclinwd our oods in I'hili'i'elpliia i'iid iN'i'iv Vork as low as our m ijlilori, we feel confident that wc rpn mnke it to tin- iiiU rrftl of our friuiidsand tii'iomtrs to continue I heir ppirnnpi;e. Call and see for yourselves; as we pre deli nnilied to use every csi rlion lu i;ie satiirii.riiou. UL KE it KlXOSDUnY- ails. 4 s.iprriornrlicleof Wheeling Vnils, cmbra j. C'"K 1 nt Iii Uf.'. fi'licing, finisliing naiis, elc, Also, wrought, lloric and Ox Shoe NniK lust received ami lor sale by L. A; K.. Iron. VLI. sirs oflron inaiiiifacturfd by the Iron ton Holiin i Mill . a Mipepof nr.lc e, which wc have found t"i,'lt'e f.'ll xaiisrnciiou ,o nil who have used il, couslauily kepi on hand by D. .y K. Steel. TI'ST received from the F.put, English pud American lilisler, Cast, Herman and Sneer Sifel, by V, $ K, Mill and Circular Saws. "lyM. l:OWLAMVSce'eli,p,..l .Mill Saws, fr .in f4 to 1. feet; clici'ia, Spws. Ciois Cut Saws. Pit Kpws; piso n lii'u asoi.nie il o .Mill Saw Files, elc. eie., kept on Iipiki a id for spIo by V. V K. Ploughs. T TALL A; Spear's Peacock paiteru of Plows, 11 Shovel Plows, Cultivators ami Plow Moulds, for sule by D. Jf K- Masons' and Plasterers Trowels, IN great variety, just leceived and for sa'e by U. A-K. Stores aod Trimmings. "1TTOOD and Coal Cook S.oves, dilfi-rent si- Kes, kepi consinnliy ou iiniu'i. We have sold n liirre (iiniiliiy ol Hie Coal Cook Stoves and can reconnneiMl them to be a superior arl cle; olso stoves suited for parlors, toll inn rooms and oiiices, urates nml rrouis from S3 toSrio, for sale by D. A; K. Tools. CARPENTERS' TOOLS a general assort ment of lieucli, Moulding and GriMiviiiJ I'liiiiis, Saws. Haiininieis, llatcliets, Adzes, IJioiid Axes. Kules, Levels, Augers, Hilts, C'Ims sels, and in short every tool tuui a carpenter wnnis. BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS Anvils, Bellows, Visses, Stock and U-es, Horse and Ox Shoe Nails, It Imps, Sledges, etc. SHOEMAKERS' TOOLS Alls, Peg Fioats, Punches, Pinches, Patent llaf.s, Hum mers. Knives etc. etc., for sale by D. if K. TE keep on hand aud for sale Glass, Sash, ' Cliiiiu Pumps, Levels, Slair Rods, Mut- iocks ana i-icks, Mioveis, Spanes, and a variety of Harden Tools, Scythes, Snaths, Cradles, Sickles, Sheep Shears, Scott's Axes, Riddles, Soives, i'teel Traps, Corn Shellers, Paint Uriishes, Cotton Packing, Yarn, Wliitewasn and Counter Uiiishes; a largo assortment of Door, Client" and Cubnrd, Tj' " and Pad Locks: also Butts of all kinds. L03 and Tince Chains, Curry Combs. Colds, O.x Uails. flmig. Gun Bar re's, Gun Locks, Moulds, Wipers. Powder Horns and Fl.'sks, Douii'e Tilggi rs Percussion Caps, Fish Hooks and Lines, liazors and Stions Clocks, German Silvrrupuong, a 'a.ge and su perior article of Looking G'acses, Sand Paper. Window Sprints, iS'iiiiuei' II Plaliorm AViiies, iVei yards, Swing Balan ces Copying Prwses, 0i i'ioiies. Oou-jes, Long iiwvu, ,i.,ii uLictvs, Ling ind,is ami Collars, Halter Chains, Cuaaiu Pins, Mahog any Knobs, Sad Irons, 6'uii Iii 11 ires for talus and trap doors, iuksuiiid, sheet l.oa candle sticks, shaving brushes, thimbles, hooks and eyes, needles, tacks, French sauce pans, wnit ers, elc. D, K. f1I-NT, Copper mid Slitet Iron Ware, and J. Steam Pipes made to orderr D. K, Patent Door Spring. 4 NEW article for closing doors and gales, J. for sale by BL'KE if KLNGSBL'KY, COP.N DRILLS, AND SIIELLERS. DIKE & KI.N'GSBI RY hove just received Jlarnhil's celebrated Cum Drills, whi'-'ii 'ill save their price in planting 5(1 ucres. Tlie 'Aenlion of Farmers is particularly invited us uey have given entire satisfaction wherever used. We have also a good article of tluggtes curn Shelters. 41'if 810 REWARD. STOLEN from the subscriber, on Hood's creek in Greenup county Kentucky, on Friday night last, n Light Brown Jlare, about fourteen and a half hands h'gh, four years old, 1'iis three white feet and a while stripe in die forehead, n little pigeon-toed with her bind feet, and a natural Irotler. Any person deliv ering the above described animal to me. or ir'-v- ing inloinaliou where she may be found, will luueive me uiwic reward, log. 1st 1853 HARRISON .M'INTYRE, To Justices of the Peace. The Laws of 1853 have been received, and are ready for distribution. Constables are now entitled Io a copy of the laws. A number of ex tra copies for sale if any wish to purciinse. Aug, 9, 1853. TUO'S PROCTEB, Clerk. iredencK miller Fai'itifi, ) Court of vs. I uommon Pleas, , .,.,n7,n j.iunii, 1.,, 1 01 (.nwreuce (Jo, 61 Henry Junker, auf ' j Ohio. The Plniiitiirtli'.sDIli ilnvfifJulv lfi.'. ill said court Ids petition against the defendants aueging iimi iney owe mm on settlement of ac conuts1104 and interest from March 7th 1851, and pray a judgment therefor, and the said de fendants are notified Io answe." the same, om ui uciuie me luin nay 01 Seplcmucr A. u 1853. C. O TRACY & LEET. Ii27 5w Attorneys of pluintilT" 1 this establishment for W heat, Oats, & XX. vorn, ,orn jiea', nutter ct Eggs, p0rk Chickens and Hony, Feathers, Hags, Ginsen. and Buckwheat, and in fact all kinds of couii try produce. D. H. CLARK. DR. SL0A, RESIDENT DEN VIST. HAVING made himself thoroughly auanm-u wiiii an me recent 1111- urovemeuts m the art. totetlifr wnn mo expenence 01 nve years practice in various parts 01 me l nion, war'nnts him in gv ing that aM opcntioiis entrusted to his care will be performed in the most cartful and scientific manner aim warranted 10 prove satisfactory in every instance. Reference to those whom he has had the honor of serving in this vicinity, will speak more favorably of bis work than any advertise ment possibly can. Specimens of workmanship can be seen at his offlea in the east and of tha Union Block over Silverman' Clothing Store. Persons residing in town or in the conntry will be waited on at their residences if desired. Charges inoderule. IIEFKRENCRS t. O. Wittanl. Iroiiiou, I Koli't Xcoll, Ml. Vernon. nirnm uiwipiieii, I ' martin. ilniiriiir Kot-k i. A .Hieiivy, 00 1 iiov. A. Jlunlwcll. do XEWUROCERY & FAMILY PROVISION STORE. A. P. KOUNS SOUS IlnU't Uv ilding, Co ner of Third and Uuchhom Streets, IRONTON OHIO. HAVE Just received by steamer Frank Keel ing, fresh from New Orleans, a large sioekof Si'unr, Molasses, Mackerel, Codec, Tc-p, Rice, Malaga Fruits, Nuts, etc. elc. etc. To winch they have added Bacon, Lard, Flour, Tobacco, Cheese, Butler, Coliieii Syrup, Ei-gs, Soap, Candles, Hay, Corn, Outs, etc. Tb'y will keep full supply uf FAMILY PROMS10NS, Hood and Fi'-sh, v.-hieli the will sell al Cin cinnati pi ices aud r.-eigh,. Tliey v.'ih also have a large s.ock of FlCK.U which we will keep supplied from out farm in ihc country. Tiiey hpu opened fo. ihu pa-sen. in Hall's brick building oil the come, oi Tni.d a ,10 Buck hu.'ii "liieeis, uiuii tiiey can uaiul a ho.'se m.e enough to do the busi.iess Which they iiileud doing. Tnt-y invite the public to call and give them n tiial tney wil be llia ik',11 for uiull favors uiid iPigc'Oiies in propa.iiou. IL'r ti'sh paio o Hay, Corn, Oats, Eggs, But tei, Cn'fRens. Ti'iM-ys, lti';.H, elc. KFuiiiie n ni"i t'ounliy Cioeersoan be fur llls.ied by iiu iii 0" low ps in Cinciiuiii.i. Cull and see 1 iciii. Ai iiu;ct.'; deiive.ed at the w iia i boat, uepOi, 01 in town if desii'ed. lionioil, June 1, 1653. CABINET WARE ROOMS Corner of Lau rence aud Third Streets. 4 RE constantly receiving large additions to XI. their stock 01 f urnUurc awl Limits 01 ev ery style. Also Wood and Willow wprp, Buckets Tubs, urns, Wash boards. Wood How Is, Measures, Collies Pins, Fassits, Snellen, Markei Bpsseis, Clothes Busko.s. Willow Wagons, vi'low Calw nntl Yl 1 1 low Unsirs; .iloss, Liu, on ami Husk Mutiiasses, Mats, Colds, Cols, Clocks, li.ooins, Urus'ies, Looking Glasses, and in ii'Ci evei.n n in the house furnishing line: all oi'wliicii woi be sold as low as tiiey can be pUiciii'seo iioui PortMiioulh erCiiiciiiliali. We aieulsoaueuis or the sale of Kanawha Sail. Apiil '.'d 153. IRON RAIL ROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. IROM And afler this dale or unlii further V notice, the Trains will be run ieuaiiy, on the Iron R.tii. lio.io, Sundays e.'.ccpicoi from Ironton to Ceulre Station, as lidluns, viz: MORXIXG TRAIN Will leave Ironton for Centre Station at 71 o' cluck A. M. RETURNING Will leave Centre Station for Ironton at 9 o' clock A. M. AFTERNOON TRAIN Will leave I'oulou for Centre sintiou at 11 0' clock P. M. RETURNING Will leave Ceiitie Sta.iou for Ironton at 31 o' clock P. M. Tickets can be had al the Ironton Depot. HENRY CLAKKSOX Superintendent. Ironton, Ohio, April 30, 1853. LAXD WARRANTS H AXTED. CASH given for Land Warrants. Enquire a: iron Bank. JAMES 0. WILLARD. General Newspaper Agent, NO. 98 WEST FOURTH STREET. CINCNNATI, OHIO. Agent for tlie sale of punting Ink. Hess, Tvpe' Stationary &c. Also, Agent for a I'ock el Book Manufactory, and Perlunu.ry Fslablisli meiit. A Storm at sea, Ships Capsized. WE, the undeis giitd have this dav enter ed iiiio co-piii'uie.s.'dp j,i iim PAINT- lnu business, ami asKoi ine ci .eus of onion and vicoiily u libe pi pationage. It is our iu e'liion to do our work in seel; a manner as 10 merit, U'8l favor from this conimiiniiy. OIL v.-o.'k sliull be will ilonr, and our prices reasouu bio and regular. Thai tlie public may not be miuideil, we deem it p.optr here to slate what our average prices ol pniin painting on new work, shall be pel S(ua'e yard. First coal o cis, secoim coal 11 cts, thud coat 19 els. If our worn uuer pioper inspection s not found to oe none in a goou una Ui'thlul manner, we will uiivi uiuftun, nil we ask is a trial. A.MLi:i. HtKDKTT, KDWAHD II.UIIAMUKRS. Ironton, January 28th, 1853. tf. SASH, DOOli, RD. LLLXD FACTORY. S. II. ni-sii. E. in-nn T. WIXTKKS, (. IIKATY. U. WAIT. ' S, R. BUSH, & GO. Manufacturers OP WINDOW SASH, BLINDS oa tern and variety. Also DOOES of allk COFFINS fto. Ironton. Ohio. HAVING in complete operation variou. kinds of imnroved mardiinru fcr PLANING' MORTISING, TENANTING GROOVING, i(C., are prepared to execute ou the shortest notice, oil km,ls of work in their li-ie of business, in he most workmanlike manner, and upon the most ronsnnnliii. 1,,.... '.UlIJ. All orders from, abroad will be prompt .w y..., amppea witn. care. FLANINfJ I.nMBvn ,.r..i, .1 t. .? ,., 1. j 7. """" ul "esccpuous win be done on the s hmti.t i,ni;nn 1 . ..I.., 1.1,, uiiu i'i,.,ii auuil WJ1 T1 n"'ke il for tl,e interest of BUlLf DERSand CONTRACTORS, to employ them Wholesale Druggist and Apotlieeary. VP! ATI TOT nmu rjtn. ' - .AAMVfl AUUDJS, inoxTo.N. 01110. Respectfully calls the attention of me piiDiic, to his stock ofDrugs, Pcrfuinery and Fancy Articles; ALL ni wiiiuii nH wiirrfiiiii ..r i.A i..... quality, and at as low prices as they can be lruiiit;u any wiit-io 111 tiiiBseuiioil Oi Hie coun try. Country Merchants, Physicians, aud others, will find it to their advantage to tall. ALL kinds of PATENT MEDICINES kept constantly on hand. S. I). C 0ETli:B13. 0. 7. TTTItUVBD. CO.NABLE & WILLARD, ATlPKniB7S A'iT LAW, Narth ' if Third $trnt, acm rfvara Mow Mam CINCINNATI, OHIO. THE Undersigned will pay CASH for HIDES delivered in Ironton. W. W. KiRKER. Ironton, January 13th. 1633. ' Buckeye Block, No. M., Front tlleel, Portsmouth. P.J.OAKIiS, A. II'. nt'SKIRK. OAKES & BUSK1RK, Produce Dealers, Buckeye Block, Front Street, PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. SUGARS. fAi .flIIDS Trimo N. 0 1 ii)t 0 Boxes Havana No. 1 1 lu inrrois cruiiieu and powdered very run 60 du Loaf, assorted No's. Allot good utttiliiy, and for sule very low, at ISO. 1, uuckeyu uluck, uy ninr.'l Uakrs ij- Buskirk, TAR, PITCH AND OAKUM. 4 LWAYS 011 hand and for sale at low prices XI. l No. 1, Buckeye mom, oy lliur'.'l U A II IS ff lil'SKIRK, TOBACCO. nAVIXO made pr.angeinenif with niann faclurers in Virginia, to be regularly sup plied, uc are now eunuieu 10 oner jreai induce ments ill this line. Our stuck at present con suls in part of the following 1 in lioxi'S . ullie -land s line; 20 do A nderson'i fine pounds; ' S do J. .Al. Ross, a very fiiie article) 20 dn Miicrus pounds, very good; 1U0 do various brands of 5s, 8s and 10s, good, bener and besl, 10 do Tue Ambrosia, super extra. A11 ti Xcivous, very li lit: t 20 do A nueisuii and other line brands of line cut c. ewiug tobacco. All of which will be sold at low prices, at the cheap Depot, No. 1, buckeye Block, by llltlrtl UAKKS V lil'SKIRK. TEAS. 4 a a half CIIWS. nml Cluiirlcr". of 1UU I.MI'I-.IIIAI.. Ol'M'uWDKR. MH .Mi in SON", unit l.l.AC'K TKASr Some of which is very line we mink a belief anicle than ha ever been oli'ered for sale in this market; all u' which we will sell very low. OaKKS if HtfKIKK, mar 21 No 1, Uuckeyu Block, C0VT0N YARNS, &c. "rARX, Bating, Candle Wick, Twine, Yc- X Being Agents lor Cornel y Perry's laclory, we have at nil times a large unci well selected slock lor sule at manufacturers prices. ().hi;s y Bi'skirk, mar21 No 1, Buckeye Block. SHOT, POWDER ami LEAD KEGSassorted Nos. Sho(; 1J 0M kegs Powder, Diipoiil's bestf 60UU Its bar lead. For sale by llAKK if Bl'KKinK, mnr2l No 1, Buckeye Block. Golden Syrup. "I A ISaukki. New York Syrup, a very fine ar J ticle, to which We wou'd purlicniurly call the alleuiiou of Hie public, horvule reu.Miiiiible OAKKS .y Hi SKII1K. mar21 No 1, Buckeye Block Cigars. OA M I'rincipes all grades, Ji.J IHM line Kegalicsj 10 M l.ullOllt'S do 5 M verv line llavanns; 60 M Half Siiauish. Ill the article of Ciiars. we are mennroil in accommodate a id please ull. Call and soe us An. 1, liuckeye Block. niar-'l Oakes if Buskirk. Matches. i Casks Gates' Blue Head Matches, for sale ''' Oakks if Buskirk, """-' No. 1, Buckeye Block. Saleratus. Barrki.s imre article, for sale low by D tlCM A- Hruk- ill u. 20 otnil No. 1. Blicktfv-e lltoclt. RAISINS. jrtABXSM. R.. best qnnlity; I . )l f 511 l,f bxsilo .Io ,1,. For sale ut No. 1, Buckeye Block, by ""- Uakes $ Bi sKinK. BROOMS. DOZEN, all grades, for sale low by Oakks if Buskirk, No. 1: Buckeye Block 200 ma. '2 1 CANDLES unci SOAP. "0XES summer Candles; 0J 5" l,f Palm Soap; HI do fancy Soap; 10 do Star Candles; 10 hfbxs do do 20 qr bxs do do All of the test quality, for sale low by Oakks if IIi sribk, mnrtt No. 1, Buckeye Block. MOLASSES. Qff Barrels Plantation. 0JJ 2n0hfbbls do; 100 bb'sS. II. do; On hand and to arrive, for sale nt lowest rate Oakks if Buhkirk, mar21 No. 1, liuckeye block. Front st. PRIME COFFEE. Bags prime Coffee 011 hand and to OyJVJ arrive, for sale low by mar 21 Oakks if Buskirk, T) ICE 50 Tierces on hand and for sale by XV marci uakes if Hi-smrk FOR FAMILY USE. ' A Hhds strictly choice very fine sugar, Jm UP bought expressly for packing for fumi lie's, for sale in quantities to suit, by mar21 Oakks If Buskirk. MACKEREL. 1 Barrels No. 3 lUVj 60 do do 2 60 do do 1 60 kits Mackerel No. 1 For sale by OAKES BUSKIRK. March 21, 1853. No. 1, Buckeye Block. IDE 'SriIIB IPEAIDIE. R. LLOYD, & CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN AND Front Street, Portsmouth Ohio. VVAIL themselves of this opportunity of in forming the pnbl'c that they haveauain re ceived the largest and most complete assortment of Booti and Shoes ever offered in this market; which were purchased iVoin the Manufacturers and selected with that care and caution which a praclicle knowledge of the business aud a firm conviction nf the intrinsic value of a No. 1 arti cle, advised us to exe't. Profiting by this expe rience, we have used our best endeavors to pro cure such goods as would best promote the in lerests of ourselves end cusloMurs. ALSO A supeiio lot of upls to which your attention is most ea-nes.'v oiv-ieu; which con sists in a good assortment 01 Fashionable Silk, Beavr, Otter, Brush, Kossuth, Magyar and Case Hats, Of the latest stripes and the most tasty designs, all ol winch were laid in under sucn circumstan rces as will enable us to give satisfactory bar gains to all who may favoi iu with their call. Portsmouth Marclitth FLETCHER GOLDEN. ATlTDIRIflET AIT HAW, Ironton, Ohio WILL attended to any busin.iHs in. Ins pro. Tension. Is also, a Justice of the Pence. OiHcu 3 doors below the lion Bank up "lairs, iniim.di. alely above D, Nixons Variety Store. u2l ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ujjice in Crimen' building opposite Market liouit fORTSMOUTH, OHIO. H'ill atiend Io any business in Scioto and ad joining counties. Will also practice in the (Irecnii Courts. 3m-no7 HAS Removed hisofTIco into the East End of the L'nioii Biuek over hilvciuaus bture N. II. V lien out plcnsc inquire of Dr. Sloan next door, Jan Id. 163. January 1U1I1, IW3 Drs. 9I0XLEY & EGERTON, Physicians & Surgeons, Oalie over MUXI.KY A IIAntlCHM Drui Rtore IUi.ni Lkkt. Ciiai;.cv G. IIawi.kv, LEET & IIAWLEi'. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. IR0T0, OHIO, w 7"ILI. allend to any business in llieir pro- lesstou conlided to tin ill in Lawrence, Scioto, Gallia and JacKsoncountiis, OLio. Al so, in the neiliborini;rnuiHies of Greenup, Ky., and Wayne and Cabell, Va. Ullice in Court House, C. 3. TTSSS3, WATCH & CLOCK MAKER. IRONTON, OHIO. RESPECTFl LLY annonnces Io the cit izen.sol Jrouton mid surrounding coun try, that he has on hand n 'oim. nv,,r:. men I uf Jewelry, Cutlery, Clocks, Watches, Accordeons, &c. which he will sell nt low prices. Also, repous Watches, Clocks. Jewelry aud Muics Boxes. HENRY S. NE AL , v v f5 t 7 v '." r v v i tff 1 RONTON, OIHO, 'lyril'L attend to 011 business in his pro Il fessiou ill Luwiciice nud tlie udioin.ng counties of duo and Kentucky, entrusted to his cure. REFER TO Hon. S. F. Vinton, Washington, D. C. Hon. Simeon Xnsl, Galiinolis Ohio. Ollicc in Bunk Building, Second St. Jun.153 FIFTY DOZEN BEST QUALITY Of our own uiniiufaclure of uxes for sale at our mamwictoiy ou I turd Street Ironton Ohio. Furnace men and olhers wishing to nureliase good axes w ill do we'l Io cal! on us, us we are prepared to nil a'l oiders with the Best qua'.ity of Axe ever offered for sa'.e in tb.il me rket, at :iiM)HJi'i'D 331:. CIS. Ross & Picker, No 10 uml 17 East Front Cinciiiiiuii Ohio, and Duko &l Kingsbury Ironton Ohio, ore Agents for the tule of the nuove Axes. SCOTT, BROTHER & CO. Ironton, July 5, 185.1. l( BOOT AND SHOE RICHARD 0. E Corner of Third & Lawrence Streets, mu'jP Tim rrihankful for post favors, would inform his customers, und the public, that he is s,iil eiiL'ageil in the manul'iicluie of BOOTS A NO SHOES nt his old siuud. He has no,v in his employ, and engaged, several most excellent wo.knieii, and is coulident Hint he can furnish his customers with as workmanlike and durable boots and shots, as can be purchased else- wuere. rariicuiar attention will be given to FINE BOOTS. Repairing done neatly, at slior notice. BOOT & SHOE ffl. C. UOPKIXS, Second Strcei, one door rbove Ward's IRONTON OHIO. fST Is still on hand with a full supply JlV of Philadelphia, and French cal Morocco, Spanish, and all oilier kinds of loathe-, vvhicii e is ready to manufacture into IS OO TS AND SHOES 0n reasonable terms, nud short uoiice. lie has in his employ several of the most skinful class of workmen, ami is confident that he can exe cute Imh work with nainiifli i.,-,r,iiir.a ,..i j..'... bility as can be done at uny other establishment ill tuc otitic ui vruiu, He is thankful for a past liberal and generous patronage, which he still hopes to receive. March "27tb, 1033 i2tf. Aa23Y7 S'iQa NIXON i I WO. tr39 1 TjT t?con(l Slrul. SjF 3 Dooo below die Uank, 0 IROXTOX, OHIO. 0 NIXON. Tust received and for sale at No. 78, Music of all kinds, such as VioMns, Accordeons, Flutes, Flageolets, Clarionets, Guitars, Ban joes, Music Bores. Pevuinerv, Confectionary, Fruit, Toys, Notions of pit kinds. Twcutv-loiir hour, Eight dav, and A 'arm Clocks. Looking Glasses, Cigars, Tobacco, Sporting Apparatus, Tea.Sugar, Soap, Candles, Spices of all kinds, Stone Ware, and a g'eat many other articles too numerous to mention. Cull and see. January, 1st 1853. Ironton House. Corner of Front and Railroad Streets opposite the Depot, and contiguous to the Steamboat Landing. IRONTON OHIO. HAVING just opened the obove well known house of entertainment. Iain prepared to entertain travellers and boarders. The Ironton House ! pleasa.iti 'situated af fording one of tlie fi iet views by way of the river is very near to the most business part of the Tow .1. and is comfortably arranged i'oc ihe reception of boprde-s pud travellers, who wi'l be accommodated viili ncsi, wbo'esouie, i y rooms., so ventiUaied as io preserve the health and ensure tiie cooib'i of ils inmates. The public cpu rest asiu.ed mat no efforts will be wonli.13 on my pari, io give 1 hem such fure as will make tiicr slpy at the Louton House as agreeable as possible. Stabdng accoiumodoiioiis, of the very best quality, and convenient to the house have been secured ol the Livery Stable where a'l maybe certain that their ho'ses will be well fed and receive the kindest attention; J. W. ALLISCN. . June 7,163. tf It. E. SELLERS VEKMIFUGE. LCT PHV'SICIANS SPEAK. rTelleri' VeiJiifuse ii the best In nie Here is the rroof. LickiNcS'iatio.s, Kv Dec. 17, 1815. Mit. R. E, Ski.u.hs! 1 Inuo trie pleasure to infoiui yon, llml 1 have used, in my practice, yoiirrelebrated Vermifuge with the most drippy results. 1 Iiims foimeily used Falun stock's, hut being persuaded to liy yours, 1 have found it farsnpreior Hi every respect, and can say,; W'llioul 1 Iiu frflfnf contrci'iclion.lhnt your Ver-j mifugo pnrsessesmoruviflno than nny I ever! used, and most cordially recommend it to the at- lelllioll 01 me iiuuiiu. 1 win niutu a I'lmu win-iv I gave 0110 vial of your Venniluge. JWy broth ers child was piliiugpiid wasling to a mere skel eton. In 30 hours al'ler 1 gave the Vermifuge, the enormous quantity of up wauls of six hun dred worms were passed. The child, that was given up for lost, is now as well as any in trie neighborhood. AMBROSE ARNETT, AT. D. Sellers' Vermifuge.the best in the World. GAi.Liroi.iH, O1110, April 1, 1815. Thin certifies that 1 have kept on hand, and used in my practice, R. E. Sellers' Vermifuge, for the two past years. 1 am confident in say ing it lias not failed, in a sing'e instance, to ie lieve children and ndulls troubled with wonnsi in ni;'iiy iiisinuccs il has brought away laige quaul'lit'S. 1 am Confident it is the best worm inediivie in use. All Hint is required io nive it repuiiitioii i.i any family, is to give it n lair Iriu'. R. II. WILSON, AT. D. Point Pi.i:ahaxt, Vp., Oct. A. 1817. Mr. R. E. Ski.i.kiih: Of your Verm! if-'o. I cniisuy withoul In siliilion that having used it1 eiienuive'y in my tirnclice lor Ihe last four or t five v;'aiS, 1 tli'iik il decidedly Die besl pripiiru- j I linn fll'li," tcilllt nf tvliicl, I lint',. n.,u L I.,,l,.. ' !nlllinugli 1 nuve heretofore used tlie prepara tion 01 seveiui ouicr iiiaiiiiiaciurcrs. Youis, repect".illy, D. COUGH, M. D. Graham's Station, Ohio, May 25, IS ill. Mr. R. E. Ski.i.kiih I think it rigiit, lorlhe belieii't of others, In stale some fads iii relaliou to your excellent family medi .iues. I 1 have used your 'viPoiigu largelv in mv own ! family, one vial iirqucuily u'isweriiig lor ex;el L113 ti.nitiiies (sav 100 o 2U0J ol woiiis i'oiin I two children. 1 have a'so used your L;vcr I Pills and Cough Sui.p in my fiuuiiy. and tiiey have, in eveiy instance, produced ilie CiVeci de sired. j As 1 am engaged, in merchandising, 1 nm able j lo s.Ute ihn. 1 iii.ve yet 10 hear oflh'j jlSL ,ail- uro wheiu your medicines have beon used in my section of the coiiiiuy. In conclusion, I may s,iue that they are tlie medicines 01 the day and are destined lo have a very e:,ttusive popu luiuy. Yours, respeclf.illy, W. H. PINNELL. "1 WILL NEVER BE W1THOT THEM." SALTrORK, Vku.mi.ion Co,, ll.l,., J;-y 2. I g50. Ma. S:i.i.i:i:kj ll.ivoijused to.'t Live. P-i's' Congii Siup, ii.ii, Veniiri..,M iV ,, ai'iv .or more lliiia i.uee eo.' i iivoeve I .nil j 'St'.iied ! in s..yiiig to tne iiio'.e. I n i i.iey jre dtiueioy I the lust .-ii ly niei it uts now in use. twin' I iie"ei be m linoul liniii, nnii-.v .hie," tailuol nel I had al any tcisi. In , 'ib.,ec on otiie couiitiyl , they nave saved liuooict's of ('oil,, k hi iloi io, 'n Ib.Ms. 1 would recouMiviiti L.ver P,iisin pii.'iereiiee to uuy liiniee, jut an enlaigeuieiii : of ihe Snleen. Yoius. . .nr,-,.i,i!v. i lExliucl I rum a letier.J JAMliS ASli.UOHE For sale, wholesale and retail by MOXLEY if BARBER. And JOSEPH P. SHAW. Ironton, June, 1S53. Xo 4 Buckeye Block, Front Street, wusMswv&'jrjci lam PURCHASERS will find nt my store a liirre and complete assortment of Mitcrlunruita, Haw Mrdieal, Classical end annimun Schmls Boots, Together with a lull stock of Staple and luncv STATIONARY. A nioiiKuis rtiiectiou will convince mv one that 1 can oiler inducements lo lluok buyers fully equal to Cincinnati! or any oilier point in lids region. I hay in Hie same Markets in Phil adelphia and New York with them, whilst the nr 1..,.,. 1. . "i"".' i tuiimoiioig uusiiiess is not one fourth in Portsmouth what it is in the larger cit lies, and which the bii)i r has to pay in the end. The dill'erence in lime, the cost of transporta tion, Willi the advantage of procuring in small quantities, makes it more economical us well as more wxpedilinus lo purchase of me. lu connexion with my store 1 have a large Book Bindery, Where BLANK BOOHS of any size or style of Ruling and oUuiierior quality inav be obtain ed nt the shortest notice. Magazines, News papers &c, Bound to Pullcm. Couiurv Dealers, and P fi Villi T.llirfiriiio enn. plied at the very lowest rales, in largeuud small quantities. I shall be iiappy lo receive orders assuring those who send, tiial thty shall he filled promptly. JA S STEPHENS"). Book seller and Slntione No. 4 l':key Block Front street, PorismntithOino. A STEAM ENGINE A VU A SUT Of Corn Hill Stones rpHE Undersis led iiavinr; laiely pin-chased u nirge engine, 111 oruc' 10 ailacli to UieT establishment n FLOORING MACHINE, and other varieties of new maehiMrij, now offer to sell for cash, or for good business paper, a Steam Engine, which has been in use only a boutone year. The cylinder is 61 inches in diameter, with twenty inch stroke. Suited to 'he Engine is a good sound Boiler, which we will sell. Also a set of Com M11 Stones, . ... ,. CAULISLK, BUSH, It CO. January SSih, IMS. ' BOOTS & SHOES BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! rpiIE subscriber wishes to inform his custo J r.iers and the public generally, that he hps received on assortment of Ladies' Gentlckek's and Giiildhkn's BOOTS AND SHOES, Consisting of . Men's French Morocco Boots; Three Quarter Boots; Jenny Lind Double Sole Shoer; Jenny Lind Slippers; Lndies' Fancy B.wts, Misses do; Children's Shoes all sorts and sizes; Men's congress Boots, warranted; Bovs' Boots nnd Shoes, at reducd prces; All of which will be sold at greatly reduced pvices lor cash. He has also received a choice lot of PHILADELPHlAtyFRENCH CALFSKINS, Which he will make up to order, on short no tice, in a style not to be excelled in Ironton or elsewhere for neutuess and durability. sH persons i.i wnui of any articles in his line are resnectfuilv inviiml in fail ....1 :.. . . . , . : - w . mm cAuimiie nis stock befuje going elsewhere. itiiHAuu O. EVANS. Ironton, Juno 14, 1863. Attorney, Counsellor at Law, and So liciter in Chancery, HAS removed from Burlington to Ironton O, and ims opened an office in the Enterprise block over Nixon aud Be-ry's Va.ie.y store. H;s former clients wil' flnu 'h'm tf ready and prompi as ever to attend lo their bua.ness, and an oiners wnosee proper to entrust their busi ness to his charge may rest assured that it will be promptly and well attended to. riTTSBl'ItCII, I'A. INCORPORATED hy Ihu Legislature of Pa. wilh n perpetual charier, BOARD OP TRI HTIiliS. lion. James Buchanan' late .Secretary ofiSlaUi Hon, WiPinm Wiikins, lute Afecretury of Waij linn, Jioses llaiiililon; Hon. Walter II. Lnwrie; lion, Clinrlcs Naylor; Gen. J. K. Mocrhend. FACn.TYi P. DUFF, Principal, author ofltio "Norlli Amo.ican Accounianl," Prof, of Ihe Theory and Practice of Double-Entry Book-Kecpiug. and Lecturer on Commercial .Sciences. J. D. WILLIAMS, Prof. ofMercnn tile nml Commercial Penmanship. N. B. HATCH, Esq., of the Pittg. burgh Bar, Prof, of Mercantile Law. P. HAYDEN, A. M. Prof, of Mathe matics. This Inslitul ion occupies five spacious apart ments, and is cousideied Die mi st c.-.teitsive pud perfectly oigan'ssed Commercial College in--the Uuilcd Sinies! U'iinl i.i saiu o," it by the most tiTHiciu iin rcnnliio pullioiiiies in the couniry, nud o.'l.ie Principal as a Puiciicil Ac coiiiitPiil, p3" an c.pciieiiccu Tenciie., mid as an author; as also oi ids colleague, Mr. Wil liams, ps a Penman, win be found in the pam phlel circular of 21 pojjtu. Dull' s Book-Kteniis, pp. 192, Royal octavo, Harpcr'a. Price H-60 postage 21 cis. ''The most pen'ect coinoiiiaiiou of instruction end practice published " "DuD's Western stcamei's Accounlnnl" price H, postage 11 cts. "A pei,ect system for keeping such Books and Accouiiis." ID" Meichnnts and Siepmers can always be supplied with lliofoit3lily trained accouulaiils." JT Send for a circular by .Mail. Apiil 20, 1S63, iGy Manufacturer and Dealer In HATS, CAPS & FURS, Cash Paid for . Furs, and Skins Paper Hangings. TAM now receiving my Spring Stock o trench nud American I'npor lluiigin.', which far surpasses any thing 01 the kind ever nflercil in tins market. Jinny nf Hie patterns were pre pared and packed expressly ,or me iu France, and embrace all the latest s'yies. It is of grade and price from 5 cts. to 51 50 per piece. I have Ten Thousand pieces cmbmcinir mire than one hundred different patterns, so that Hie most laiitiuiou's cannot fall to he suited both in price nnil quality. The second story of my Book siore budding, will be devoied exclusively lo Paper Hangings, and will be brilliantly lighted every evening, so that persons can have the op po'lnui.y of examining as well al night as iu uaylight. The style of Velvet Bordi riiigs this ' season is reuily beautiful aud at half the usual P'iei" J. STEPHENSON, Itiif No 4, Buckeye Block, JA'SLODWJCK&SOAiT" Wholesale and Retail Sealers in NO. Oil rilO.NT STRUCT. TWO DOoitS wiisr of riiA.i;i.ix nouar:, ARE now receiving their first spring stock of goods, their assortment isalways lull com prisiug every variety of Dry Goods nud Notions. They solicit the puirnnugu of those visiting ihe City. We are now the C-lSSi? S37i2L3E3 ESrSiS In the city and our long experience uiid strict adherence lo the CASH S YSTEM In nuviNa and ski.u.no, certainly enables us to give bargains to all There is none so ignorant as not to know that those who buv any ncces saricsoflife for CASH have a decided advan tage over those who buy 011 credit wo pre the only STRICTLY CASH STORE In the city A cntilogue of our assortment we deem useless, only favor us with a call that we may have an opportunity of proving "t. slllu. born fact," thai it is to your adnuniuge to make your purchases of us. We take great pleasure iu exhibiting our goods nud we rely upon our reputation nsa guarnuleo that nothing will ever intentionally be misrepresented. Portsmouth, April, 1833. W J A'S LODWICK if SONS. MMUnCTUllEItS SPORTING $ BLASTING PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. BAKERY&CONFECTIONARY, WHOLESALE & RETAIL, rpilE subscribe would inform the citizens of l Ironton, of Lawrence and ihe adioiiii.ig conties Unit they have rccully fitted un a WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY in the town of I.outon, where they will be able to supp'votali times merchaulsandntliRrii with fa kiis una ni.u.nnnJ --... ii,ivofcii'j pnr.Auanu cask of any descripiion, and every variety of euniuutiuiiuiy ui ouy quanuiy 10 suit purchasrse All orders wi'! be lilted on mist reasonable terms, aud on the shortest notice. Attention of merchants is respectfully invited H. it L. COLE. Ernnt Street. Ironton January, 1853 ANDRETMS Garden Seeds, FRESH, dt the J besl in market lor sale by H. & L. Co'e. 0 RANGES and Lemons of the best quality ior saie oy. II & L. COLE. GU1P0WB1R. J EXTRA INDUCEMENT To Trade with Bisiior & Perlev. HAVING decided upon remaining perms nently in IRONTON, we have just replenished our stock by purchases direct from the Eastern Manufacturers with the most perfect and com plete assortment of Boots and Shoes ever ofier ed for sale in this market. Our stock is unrie val'eu for klkga.sce and variety, and we have made arrangements by which we shall receive ITFresh Supplies Monthly, CO direct from Ihe East, so that persons purchasing of us will hay. to pay one profit less than to buy of those who make their purchases in Cincinnati. As heretofore, we continue Ihe manufacture of every variety of boots and shoes ourselves and consequently can furnish either Custom or Eastern work on a little tlie most reasonable terms or any establishment in this entire region Country Merchants and Furnace men give us a call and we will supply you WHOLESALE OR RETAIL with any and every thing in our line, at prices that you can but acknowledge cheap M ,i chepett. B BISHOP, M C PERLEV. -May 27lh 1853. . iy