Local News Saturday Irontonian November 29, 1890 Submitted by Cynthia Heinemann A number of weddings are dated for Christmas. Maggie Mitchell Dec. 31st. Make a note of it. The new C & O ticket office has been painted yellow. The street cars are draped in memory of a former driver.The Adams Express wagon is on the docks for repair. The Steam Laundry office if being made a tasty affair. The Probate office is having a boom in real estate petitions. A year-old child of Isadore Johnson died Thursday evening. Edith, the 3-weeks-old child of U.G. Hamlin, was buried Tuesday afternoon. Kelly’s mill received a barge of steel Tuesday and will resume work Monday. Doc Shattuck says there is more sport in hunting on Thanksgiving day than eating turkey.The fire, brick, and stone for the Railroad Street improvements are being hauled on the grounds. Miss Frank Ellsberry, daughter of W. W. Ellsberry, of Georgetown, is the guest of B. F. Ellsberry. Thos. J. Maloney and wife, of Jersey City, is spending Thanksgiving with their relatives in Dr. Ferguson is building a fine two-story house on Center street. Wm. Clouse is doing the carpenter work. A petition is circulated to build a county road from Park Ave., up Seventh street and by a back route to Burlington. Joshua Fowler, of Russell, formerly waiter at Spreacher’s restaurant in this city, was married to Miss Raney at Newport, Ky., last week.