OCR Interpretation


The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, April 23, 1877, Image 2

Image and text provided by West Virginia University

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84026844/1877-04-23/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

(LmMdlmmx. a
0,1
Ofltos 2U A 2? fourtsflftth SIro?l.
FuEW 4 CAMPBELL, J1'
rtrnuimkia akd raorannrois. I'?
tli
.1IONDAY, AI'HIL ?.1,1*77.
- 1 1 ? re
.\?>ic? uii Ihc Irou IluainrNN. of
Tlio New York Timt* ol Saturday pub-, ^
ltnh?i an interesting review of the Iron dt
bnniriM in lie Bhenango mul Mshoninjj R'
valleys?tho "two v alleys," an thoy are
oalled hy the iron mun of Wheeling and th
and Pittsburgh. Tl)At two valleys have er
64 lurutcus between them, 82 in the Hho- of
nango and 22 in the Mahoning. Of thy '
fortusr only $ c-ro in blast, aud of tbo 1 at - of
ter only 11; or, in other words, 73 per w;
cent of the Shenango furnaces are out of tli
bW. and 60 par cent of the Mahouing, in
According to this review, it is costing tli
Sl7 10 to tuako a ton of iron at these fur* rc
nuce*, worth when uindu only nbout $19 tli
on the ground. This shown un apparent r?
profit of 51 00 per too, but it is rather, T!
nominal than real, oa much of this iron o]
is aold on time nod no allovranco is made tli
for repairs, tnzes, interest, and wholesale tl
'J ?-vw. WW. D, .U.I
alio occasional bad debts.
A uumbtr of tho furnaces arc run aim- T
ply because tbej cunuot afford to stop.
Thfir ooudition in thus deaeribed :
There are many furnace and mill iiiuu M
iu evory iron district of tho country who *d
cannot stop tlieir mills or blow out their tli
furnaces, because Much a step would force ji;
them into liquidation. By putting out .j
new paper as la.-t an tbey can take up the '
old, they manage to grub along, always H
hoping lhat the times must turn, nooner F
or luter, and trusting then to make good lj1
those losses which they are now only cov- .
"ring by credit. If they stop running, ,e
they must prepare to take up their in- j"
debtednesa. This they are utterly unable pt
to do; naturally, then, they will run till
a turn of fortune cornea to their relief, or .
they are compelled to stop. It is the
needy position ol this class of men which p?
is nuch an incubus on the iron market tn
to-day. They are compelled to press ^
uhlef, in order to keep their financial
wheels running. Tbey pay high wages, "a
because iheir men know their weakness, 00
anu ihut inability to resist a demand 2S
which, if refured, will be followed by a
Ht riko. They have to submit to all sorts .
of haves in pricea of ore* and materials, 1,1
and to extortionate charges for interest,
diacuunr, etc. Importunate tellers, they cn
hung like u dead weight on the market (jt
price of iron. They are insolvent; they
know it, and they will not give up the *,(
fight. Now, their creditors are equally so
well aware of their insolvency, but they
argue out the position in this way:
"Thfcue men owe us so many thousands of
dollars. If we drive them to tho wall M
we hhall not get 20 cents on the dollar. ,ij
If wo carry them a while longer, their
indebtedneha cannot grow very foat at 141
there prices, and things may improve, in 0\
which ch?ie ho will, in ali probability, tci
come out without the losa 01 a dollar." g0
Thu- they are allowed to peg along on
Buffrance; but they are, nevertheless, a ?
Hail drug on the iron buxincsa generally,
and htand'in the way of the thoroughly
solvent iron master who would ntart bia
mills and furnaces to-morrow but for ?
thi- out at elbows competition. This R
state of things is to be found, to a greater
or le.-fer extent, in every iron district. ^
Jir. Fayette Brown (a gentleman woll
known to Wheeling iron men), is quoted 2!l
Hs saying that bo looks upon thin a? the ?
bottom year in prices. lie ''looks for an n.
improved ordor of things with the begin*
nlng next year." Mr. Kei^, of Rei*f w
Brown & Lie r gen, fays ho does not intend
to ran any ottho mills or furnaces ?
with which heiaconnectcd until there in ja
a profit. ''Wo aro among thoso who can
afford to wait," said ho. . Ir.,
The correspondent of the Time* ton- ^
elude* bin review ai follows : nu
On the whole, it scema to me thai the
iron interests of the Shenango and Mahoning
VuIIcvm are intrinsically an sound
tiny ure in tiny other section; the [
building of too many furnace* being epi- I
dtmic ull over the country. The owners Ju
of the milln and furnace* generally speak -jj
encouragingly of tho future. They say
that they regard this aa being the "turn- M
ing point in tho depression which has "
weighed their business down for three
year#, and that they think the hour of an
"amended state of things if at last at hand; T
that they do not Anticipate making more
than a fair business return for some years
to come. They do claim most energetically
that they can compete with Pittsburgh
or any other district in the manufacture
of the hu*t iron; that they have
shown this before, and that thoy nro only U*
biding their opportunity to show it again.
ii,
Exritcmcnt nt Grnlton. E|
The people of Grafton nre excited over in;
an apprehension that tho Baltimore and ^
Ohio management is on tho point of
largely cutting down tho force of men
employed in tho shops cf tho company at
that point, and of transferring,permanently
to Piedmont, Keyeer or Cumberland ^
the general repair work now done at Cl
Grafton. th
There are two orplanationat>f litis ap- 8r
prehended action on tho part of tho railroed
company. Cue U that they nro
using thii means to coerce Taylor county
into a compromise at very low rates of
all their back taxes?in fact into an
abandonment of taxAtion. Tito other in
tho explanation given by tho ruilroad
officials themselves, viz: that they desiro t
for tho lake of rotrcuohment to concentrato
an much of their construction and ad
repair buj-ineis as possible at certain ^
leading point*. ft
A vigorous writer la tho Grafton Send- nil
takes up tho whole subject for discus- T
rtiou and goes through tho company at a
pretty lively rate. lie arraigns it after q
the following stylo : '
The company cannot justly uiako any
complaint against u?; it bait been granted
all the rigbn and privileges it ever asked N<
or deairod; it ha? bad a largo amount of
property in our town for more than twenty J
years and baa uot paid one dollar tax: itn ^
property has taen fully protected by the 1
law at the expenso of the public without
contribution by it; it ban cut down our T1
Btreets and blockaded others at all hour<<
of the day and night to the great danger of N<
life and "iujury to iudividuajs una busi- B,
new; it is gradually tilling up tho channels
of our creek and river ho as to make
them overflow their banks and cause destruction
of property, if not life; it runs
its trains through our town at a danger- <
ous rato of speed in violation of
law, unmolested, to tho great dangerof
life and limb; it has impoverished
our people by compelling them, i
through force of circumstances, to
work at ruiuous wage?; it has oppress- Q
ed our business and crippled our indtls- **
tries by heavy, unjust, discriminating
rates on freight and travel, and notwith- f
standing the fact that the price of labor
has declined from seventy to one hundred !
per cent since the war, yet the pasnenger
rates throughout the State remain the ?
same, and tho rates of freight have been f
reduced so little that it is scarcely per- V
ceptiblo. It is well known that the J
through rates of freight and travel have
been so low as to yield no profit to the
company; tho company have eo told us,
and that its profits and dividends are de- ,
rived from local freight and travel; that ~
means that the peoplo of West Virginia lj
and perhaps Western Maryland are pay- w
I It, ami from these sections alone are
rived the lurge ?livideudr* paid on
>ck and salaried to the officers whose
trageoui management has been ho tie*
unlive to our interest*.
It seem* by an editorial In the Sentinel
ut orders have actually been received
r the discharge of a large portion of
? employe* now working in the railed
shops, after the 1st of May. The
ceipt of these orders induced a number
citizens to hold a public meeting 011
'ednesday Inst, at which abundant evince?
of a huge panic were not wanting,
solutions were passed calling on Judge
twit to decide at once ou the injunction
at had heeu sued out by some tax pay
s of Taylor to prevent the consummation
a contract between the County Court I
id railroad.companjr whereby $100,000
taxes has been reduced'to $20,000 in the
ny of compromise. It was assumed by
0 meeting that a decision by the Judge
favor of the compromise would Have
e discharge of employes from the railiad
shops, which was about the same
ing as assuming that the company were
ady to be bought off for so much money.
Ins does not look like a very high toned
rinion of the company on the part of
e meeting, hut instead thereof wears
ie sovere appearance of a coerced comercial
transaction.
tie Temlvnei ol IIunIiu'nm to Im
provewout.
Nearly all our businessmen with whom
uii?r > 'iinrrnwi unci/ icii iiic phuic
ory in regard to increased activity in
i?*ir respective branches of trade. We
ive tulkeii with tiiich leading men an
'essrs. L. S. belaplain, E. 1'. Rhodes (of
ridgeport), Joseph Speidel, C. W.
ranrheim and Major Loring, and find
at they all agree in a common ex pernco
an to a more active tendency of trade
*t at tliln time, 1k? the name transient or
irmanent.
We observe by the New York Public
last week, a journal that regularly
thlishes the bank clearings of the loadg
cities of the country, that the gain tor
e first two weeks of April over the
we time last year amounts to $217,?
'0,000. At New York tho gain was
>.0, at Chicago 12.0, at New Orleans 0.8,
Boston 9.0, at Milwaukee 25.9, nt Balmore
2.4, and at Pittsburgh 2.0.
The gain is so general, and in many
ses so marked, that the Public is iniced
to remark that **the better condi)n
of business for which the country bin
long waited seems to be at band."
DIED.
FlStfHl1..?On Kundajr, April K. 1ST", at 2:!W a.
, Mahtin I'lsukk, aged 7 jiuisC months ami l'J
jn.
Kuurral from tin* rraldeiico of hi* parent., No.
IC Wood street, thLn (Monday) afternoon at two
lock. Friends cf the family aro Invited to atid.
Interment at Catholic Crtnetcrjr. Theitilra
rerntng Catholic fuiierah will l>o uttlctly ol>*
ted.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
ItffPAKTtfRR OP TIUIIW.
A.M. A.M. I'.u.l t.*i.
A (I, It. It ;...... ii:40 10:35? 6:50
nt.n. I?iv 7:55 4:K?j 10:25 I
.T. Al'.DI* 7:53 4: J5
At X.
r. A Vlttf CM 11 :C0 8:10 | 4:.r^t
AHHIVAL OK TM1M3. *
A. M. P. M. I". Jl. I'. M.
A O. r.. K 8:55 8:35 6:C5- 11:30
A.M.
nt. 0. i?t? 7.45 11: lot 7:60
. 1'. A a Dl\r 7:30 8:55 *.
l'.v. P.M. A. M.
pv. A I'ltta 1U;4U P:5U 8:Vi '.'.Ho;
' Pally except Sunday?Cumberland Aunmmulion.
t Dull y excent Hmnlnt?Newark Arroimmtdatlon.
jSteubenvtlle Accommodation.?This train <!ur*
BthednrpaasM t*u k**arii and forward between
ruin's i-or.-y nnd lU'lliilre, wlum reouiJ
at ShprisiMi Houmj, 4?ttiavlfle, Went Wheeiliiii
J (Jrarel Hill.
AMUSEMENTS.
JAMILTON OPERA HOUSE.
>u*( A. Ellslkh M4iiti??-r.
le Management take? gnat plcamrp in aunounciug
tin! engagement, lor'1 ho Nifchl.",
ONDAY and TUCSDAY, April 23 & 24,
Of HARRISON'S
WO ORPHANS COMBINATION,
lie only Company traveling bavin* prrmltslon
Mejf it. Shook <* Palmer to produco th*? Uuioti
imrt Theatre rcrilou o{ thc>
TWO ORPIIA2NS,
Hit the accomplished Young Artiste, MISS
MIR A ALBhUTA, m Louise, the blind Olrl;
LICE A. II 4UKI80N a* Henrlette, as playc*f by
cm over 800 times. Hew Scenery, Mechanical
Jecta, Ac.
'l'he tale of Mats will commence Saturday mornK
at the lk?x Otlice. All HcattTcd Seats 91 "0.
neral admission 'i">, 50 ami 7.*c. ap'.'O
SPECIAL NOTICES.
"aqaSX?!
To nil who ?re Buffering /rota tho errora and Inicretions
of youth, nervous weakueae, early dey,
loss of manhood, Ac., I will send you u recipe
cat remedy was discovered by a mlulomry In
uth America. Fend * sclNaddrcflscd envelope to
0 Rrv. Jomci-a T. ISXAH, Station I), It ill? Uouif,
w York City. Js27-eod<sw
WHEELING^
Etlabllihtd In 18C0. For thi? names anil P. 0.
dresi of 16 youna toon likely to attend a l?usisa
college, we will Mid, Ifw, our Illcstiatkd
illkok JoftKAL. and Sp*-luietui ol Ornamental
snmanshlp. Address J. M. FBASHER A CO.,
beellng, W Va. no24-eod
J 8. STANDARD.
Improved Hay, Coal, 8tock, Warehouse
latfarm and Counter Scales,
Made and Repaired by
FAIRFAX & JOY,
w. /> toTl) ATLAS WORKS, I'JOth titrect,
Whcimno, W. VA.
|n?.Wol '
SEW BOOKS.
IA I. LASS O' LOWRIES.
1 rancea llodgens Bnraett?Cloth SI CO.
)Rk'S LOVE TEST,
Mary Cecil Hay-raper 60c.
-ACK SPIRITS AND WHITE,
Trollop*-Pn per ?0c.
)SINO-Whyte Mrlvlllo?Paper 60c.
NEW BOOKS DAILY.
rail <>r aend for our new publication, "The Lltiry
News," a monthly containing notice# ol
w Book?, Ac.
STANTON & DAVENPORT,
tpU 41 Tttklwu STacrr.
g CESfs. fj(j CEKTS.
Will get ONE DOZES' nice
}ard Photographs.
yep sample* nt BROWN'S GALLERY,
a p 13 Below Mi'Lure Home.
JCT-DOOB PHOTOGRAPHY.
Hare made arrangements to do all work of thia
id In a mperlor style. Views ol Business Houses,
relltpgi.Ac. Stereoscopic and larger ains.
BIGGINS* GALLERY,
ipl8 42 Twelfth &nunrt:
I0FFBE8.
1 100 ba^i prlmi to cholct GoOm, In itore. ud
ale. M. Rh'lLLY.
HEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
EOlt CINCINNATI AND IN., fr? ?
TERMEDIATE POINTS,
The lltfht draft and iwlft Passenger ^tenracr (In
plate of Andes)
COURIER Jack Harrison, Muter,
Ft). Mi'ULkman, Clerk,
I Will let to as above on Tuesday, Apill 24, at :i
o'clock p. M., promptly.
For freight or ixusage applr on board or to
a|tt3 C. 1L BtKJTH A bOM, Agents.
yyiimi. MUSICAL 1N8TITITE.
| important Keheurmtl '1IIId EVENING
at 7}i o'clock, for Concert to be given next
week. A fail attendance is necessary.
ap'J3 !'. HASSETT, Conductor.
188 KOYK9,
Feu many join a .Missionary in Cblua, will addrefa
a Ladlt* .Meeting on Til la (Monday) KVE>'INO.at
7Yt o'doik, In the Lecture Room of thu
First I'leabyterlan Church. All ladies Intereited
In Foreign MImIoui pre cordially luvltod.
Hy order of the President. hj4"
pOR BALISTWO
IRON COLUMNS,
Suitable for Store Front. Enquire at
p23 ST A MM HOU8E.
QUILDREN'8 CAKKIAUKS,
The greatest variety of styles, largest stock in
tba city, and vety low prices, at thu
TWELFTH STREET VARIETY STORE, No. 38.
WM. MINO XUCOLL, Manager.
?P. .
TJOTEL FOB BENT.
The undersigned ortcrs for rent the
MOUNTAIN CITY HOTEL,
FAIRMONT, W. VA.
Will be rented for one or more y cm*, with or without
furniture.
Apply to J. 11. lIROWNFlEI.p.
apw Fairmont, >v. vu.
tlUgUtcr,copy?l
IjtOR HALE OR RENT.
The residence of the lut? Juinea Buggn,
No. 2331 EolT street. Also, some secondhand
Furniture formic.
Enquire on premises.
np23 \V. r. BAUCIS.
^lARim Oil. f LOTUS,
WINDOW SHADES, BUGS,
MATS and MATTING, at
Q. MENDEL, BOOTH & CO'S.
ui^a
gBATJTIFUL TOILET SETS.
The largest stock of Toilet Sets in the
city, at greatly rcjuecd prices, at 1142
| Alain Street.
CUMMINS A WOODS.
Pg.
RF PPQTnPrn To health by tub
DC. nLO I UnLU only iuret citable, ami
iit-vrr-falllng treatment u*ed it the O'dWeaUrn
M edict I Inititute, 137 Sycamore St., Cincinnati 0.
U trees the ?y?tein of an aktn and blood dlieaset.
iptcdlly curw.exbaustlnn nervous weaknosi, mid
impart:* strength and energy to wind and hody.
Cull, or send stamp for ./Ve* and oonttdenUal advice,
which uipUlns thn only correct Rnd commotwprue
modi* of cure. Ao ehttyt to responsible |H-rsoti9
(ur irettiuent/i'/f cure J. M ..dinted bathi u?ed.
ap2:t-d*w
The Festive 'Bock.?
j^Oa n4at-TilUK?DA-Y nn?l SA'IT'RDAY,
the celebrated
'BOCK'
Bnvrof the NAIL CITY BREWING CO.
will be distributed to its numerous patrons
throughout the city.
niCHARLES BINUELL, S. v'y.
fjlO THE PUBLIC.
I have o|x'ned nn office at No. 1210 Market afreet
(In Street Car Office), whore I will carry on the
htiMuest of
STOCK BROKER A REAI. ESTATE AUfcXT.
! 1 vrlil be glad to soivc nny otic in Iteming Ileal
Entitle, Collecting Heuts, or lu gain of tilocki.
I reler l>y leave to tin- following naniul gentlemen,
for character nod qualifications:
Hon. J. J. Jacob, t\-(ioverr,ar of West V#.
llo.v. 'J'lUVKit Mi.I.VIM, Juilge Circuit Court,
o. .-J. i.omo, Esq., Clerk Supremo Couit.
S. U. McCor.t.oi.11, Chj., Clurk Circuit Court,
(ii'o. A hams, K?q., C*niil?r Hunk Ohio Valley.
l?ii. T 11. Looan, ot I ogan. List & Co.
J. Jo.vks, Esq., Cashier Exchange itank.
Mtasis. < . MksoKL, Booth & Co., anil Messrs.
Adams A I.itas, where I have been employed as
Hook* keener.
ajc; __ l\ B. DOBltLVS,
QOMMISSIONEH'S NOTICE.
Win. A. lloovor. Hlch&rJ Arterl
ami I't-ter i*. Young, partners |
us Win. A. lfoorer ?* Co., j
vh. |
Jacoh I\ l.inkert, Martin Hchaf- |
fer, Joseph lMtrlcb, James j
(irahani, and another or others \ In Chincerjr.
whose names are unknown, |
partner* ns Jatnei Graham A |
Co.,Win. H. Caldwell, Trustee, I
and The United titoies Ilulldin^.l.niul
ami Loan Association
of Wheeling. j
1 In the Ohio County Court.
By virtue of a decree Intered In the al>ove entitled
cause on the 29th day of March. J 877, it Is referred
to the undersigned Commissioner to take,
state and report an account allowing;
First?The liens upon real eatate in said bill
mentioned,with theamouniaand priorities thereof.
h'ecoml?Any other matter deemed pertlnei'4,or
required hy any party In lntereat.
Notice is hereby given that I have tixed on
Wednesday, May 1G, 1877, at lOo'clock, as the time
and my otilce, No. l4l8 Chapline itreet, Whetllng,
Ohio county, W. Vn.,as the place for taking and
stating the matters la said decree mentioned.
_ H. M._FEBOOtfcJON,
umwiusioneroi me county Court. Ohio County,
W. Va.
Wm. Krskixb, Attorney for Plaintl 11 j.
"Satin Gloss" Flour.
We are constantly rarolving this
CELEBRATED FLOUR,
THF FINEST and BEST ever introdneed
into this market.
THE WAR EXCITEMENT
I IUa caused an advance and all Flour is dear.
Don't VVastei Your Money Upon
Inferior Brands.
BUY TUE BEST?THE SATIN GLOSS.
List, Davenport & Parks,
SOLE AGENTS.
?p23 .
Ksunusuen is 1S?C.
M. REILLY,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
Pork Packer and Provision Dealer.
Sol* Agent for tha Oupont Powder Mills.
Nos. 1309 and 1311 Main Slroet,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Rio, Laguara and Java Coffees,
Refined Sugars, all grades,
New Orleans Sugars,
MolaiHi and Syrups,
Tobaoeos, all styles.
Bacon, Lard, Flour and Oils,
Fish, all kinds,
Teat, all kinds and grades,
Groeir's Sundreis of every variety.
M. KKILLY.
np23
jyjAPLE SUUAB.
A few t?rrrU Tery cbol? friauUlrJ. For ?],
b,,pll LIST. DAVENPORT A TAKKU.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. N
QOMSIISSIONEE'S SALB. '
Milton Maxwell ) In tbe'County Court of g\
va VOblo county, |4i
Peter Noll ami otbera.) lu Chancery.
Puriuant to a docree rendered l?y aald court Id
the above entitle*! cause, uti the !Mth day oi March,
lH'.T, the underalgned Comuilaaloiier will on
SATURDAY, APRIL 2lrr, lft!7,
at 10 o'clock A.M., at tbo front door of the Court
llouae of Ohio county, aell at public auction to the
highest and brut bidder, tbo followlna reel eatato
Munglna to the defendant, Peter Noll, to-wlt:
A txact of land contalulng 0 acrea, and 1 |?le, altuate
cm t lie cut fork cf Long Ilun, In lllculand t>U?
trlct. In aald Ohio county, three and one-half milt*
froui the city of Wheeling. Said land li well Improved,
having on It a large iwo-?tory Frame
llouee, a alaughter hou*>'a good atable and other
out bulldlngi. Aim) a gt*?l orchard. P ?
Txhmi ok Balk -One-thlni of tbo purohaie \|
money (and aa much more aa the purcbaatr (JL
may elect to pav) In tmh and the remainder In f
two ecjual Inaiallmenta, payablo In tlx aud twelve
montlia wltb Intereat from the day of aale, the putcbaaer
siring bund wltn approval wturlty for the
deferred pavmenti, and tho title to be retaintd until
the purcnaie money la t>ald In full.
I.F.JONES,
tnt31-F Special Commlaalonar.
Tho above x ilt) li adjourned until 8ATUUPAY,
the 0th day of May, 1877. 1. 1'. JONES,
ap23-V _ Special Commlarioner. g|
Thompson & Hibberd, ,
13M Mnrkct Nlroet. C
PLUMBERS, c
Gas and Steam Fitters,
s
?AWft?
BRASS FOUNDERS.
SOLE AGENTS FOK
r
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINE, {
?AMD?
p
Kiio\v1om' Hteuin Pump,
....... I1
Dealers In Itvn, JMd, Srt.er ?nd Flue Pii*s, Gum
J late, Sieam WhUtUi, Steam Gdnget, and /
all kindi cj Plumbers Ovodi.
F
lUving Just removed to their new ami commolloch
quarters, 1314 Market street, with a laruu stock it
of tlic uewestand hRndaomcat ilmlgiu of Chandcllen,
Bracknt and Drop Llghta, ami Extension
Chandelier* in Bronze ami (1mm; the public ire
iwjwtfullf Invited to call ami examine thwn,
Their jjoodr. AM nil new. iplH
LEA & PERRINS'
CELEB BATED
PRONOUNCED BY ? EXTRACT
Kt of a letter from a
CONNOISSEURS W MEDICAL GENBJ
'1LEMAN at MidTO
RE TIIE B1 ras to his brother at
WORCESTER,
"ONLY GOOD irfr N Mar, isai.
(5Br,2i:J "Tell LEA A
Cfliipp ?? [UK^jPEHIUNH that
a HU uc, tjlc|r g>ucp js jjjgj,.
AtlwUabbt, KSI^rST.'lnm;
EVERY YARIETY^^aatt'l. 2VK
t\v man the most wholewtne
Ot DISH. B^tfaucn that I*
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE.
PREMIUM AWARD*!) AT CENTENNIAL for
1st. "Excellent Taste." i\
2d. "Very Carefully Prepared." ^
as
810 NATURE ON EVERY BOTTLE.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
:.| J M NEW YORK. 1
W. PAUIJi <k P.KO. IJ
Arc receiving <lally> new and beeuliful 1!
designs iu
AA/ jQ- I iTj 2?.A.]]?3EJZR.,
Fresco P.ordersnnd DccoratiouH.
A. W. PAULL & HUO.,
np20 __ 1142 Main Sturm*.
TJNDKHTAKISO. P
BURIAL CASES OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES.
courses chemically preserved. j
Calls answered n*. .vll hours fion the Slorc.
WM, Z1NK & SON, 1
Furniture an J Carpet Room?, North End Centre ?,
ap'.M
rif A LARGE AND VARIED E
V^JLiw v7j\0 assortment of Clock',embracing
everything in the shape of a tlrst-clasa tlmtfleCe,
can be found at 110J Mslu street. Every c
lock tested and fully warranted. Alio,American
unit Foreign Watches in sold and silver cum*, Jew- p
dry of every design, Spectacles, Gold fens, (told
Head Cane, Ac.
"Fine Watfbcs and Clocks repaired.
ap:i : OXTOBV a DUKFIELD.
\T EW PATl'fiBXS
" CABPETS
DECEIVED TO DAY.
FKIKND Jfc SON,
No. 1003 Main" Street.
W
PRESERVATION OF NATURAL
FIAJWEIW.
Orders can lx) left at
avians*' MUSIC AND. ART STORK
For the prefervallon of Flower Crosse#, Wreaths,
Ac. All order* Immediately done and work guarantee*!.
?p2l OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
\JICIv'S FI.i>\VEP. sr.EDS.
T
A full supply at Catalogue Prieofl.
christian schnrpi', Hi
Hit! Optra noun Drug Store.
jyj.Mtni.r. asd
Wood Top Tables.
At A. U. MOKEIIEAD A I'O'd.
_np21 1117 Main Stkkkt.
To Builders & Dealers
. IN
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
WINDOWGLASS,
Doors, Sash, Shutters,
Frames, Lumber, Lath & Shingles,
Up
We can and will give you Bottom Prices.
Try ti| before buying elsewhere. j(
Hanes, Wilson & Co., "
12'JS MAP.KKT STI1KBT.
lurO
QN'YX NKCK AND WATCH CHAINS. ^
ONYX 8H.VWL PINS, F
with and without pearus.
ONYX EA.U It I N Ci S.
with and without pearls.
A splendid assortment just received and '
for siile nt reduced prices, at tlie store of ,
O. I?- BROWN",
1207'Marrbt Stiikkt.
mr'.'S
gj CASES SELECTED p|
VALENCIA ORANGES, T
wahnanted sweet. "sc
gua
Five Mats Egyptian Dates, pri
SOMETHING NEW. ar0
Just received.
N. SCHULZ, Confectioner, E
rartO 1319 Mip.cst Steect, a;
IEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
eo. R. Taylor & Co.
NEW
iiing and Summer M!
LKS & DRESS GOODS.
ILACK SILKS-Best Makca, Cheap.
!OLOKRD SILKS?la all Blind**.
>AMAS8EK SILKS?Black and Colt.
II.K BROCADES?Black and Col*.
ILK GRENADINES?Black and Coll.
IsnNET GRENADINES, in Black.
ROCADE GRENADINES, in Black.
HINTED ORGANDIES,
IUNTED LINEN LAWNS.
'BIN!ED JACKONET LAWNS.
IUNTED BATISTE.
EPHYR CLOTH.
;nickerbocker grenadines.
LAID LINEN GRENADINES
PERSIAN 8PITINGS,
COLORED CRETONNES,
GRAY MOHAIRS,
MATELASSEE MO IJ A IRS,
MATELAS8EE BAGE,
GREY DEB AGE,
BL'K AND COL. MOHAIRS,
FRENCH CHINTZES,
AMERICAN CHINTZES,
linen suitings, dr., 4c.
H0URNING GOODS.
LACK HENRIETTA CLOTH,
LACK TAMISE,
LACK CASHMERES,
LACK CANTON CLOTH,
LACK BATISTE,
LACK LINEN LAWN,
LACK AND WHITE ORGANDIES.
ANCY GOODS.
ACE SCARFS, LACE IJIBS,
ACE COLLARETTES, LACE TIE:!,
ACE NECKLACES, LACE VEILS.
MB'D IIAN'KFS, SILK IIAN'KFS,
ANS, PURSES,
EVERSIRLF. TIES, A--.
DOL31ANS.
DOLMAN SUITS.
PEHCALE SUITS,
SHAW 1.9,
DOLMAN SHAWl-S.
.SUN IMBRELI.AS,
I'AKASOI.S.
jusekeeping Goods.
UVRNSLEY TABLE LINEN,
BARNSLEY TABLE NAPKIN.",
CAKD1NAL TABLE DAMASK,
ROMAN TABLE DAMASK,
10-4 TWILLED SHEETINGS,
104 PLAIN SHEETINGS,
KM LINEN SHEETINGS,
PILLOW LINENS?all width*.
DAMASK TOWELS,
IirCKABUC TOWEI-S.
irris' Seamless Kid Gloves.
ISLE THREAD GLOVES,
LACK LACE MITTS,
OLOREI) LISLE THREAD IIOSE,
)LORED BALBlllGGAN HOSE,
I1SSES' COLORED HOSE.
RENCH CORSETS,
OMAN CORSETS,
%
ADIES' CAMBRIC PNDEDWEAR,
AMBRIC NIGRT DRESSES,
AMBRIC TOILET SACQl'KS.
'cnch Dressmaking.
his Department being nntler the man*
meat of MADAME MAUE, we can
rantee satisfaction in every particular.
lower than tht same work ami style
furnished in New York.
1E0. R. TAYLOR & CO.
i>:i
FINANCIAL.
Jou* K. IJOIlTOnn, Guo. Anaia, Oaih'i.1
BANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY C
Successor to tbo U I
FIBsT NAIIONAL BANK OF WUKEIJNU.
Clpltal 1250,000
Tlili Bank I* orgtniicd ami prepare-1 to tuni?<:
tbe buslueu ol banking ia ?ii fu details.
Itiucceeda the Firm Nntfoaal Bank of Whetlln|.
li owurd bj the liuiu shareholders and li nudor the
same iu?nagflatut. f%
By carefully regarding tbo Intcrrat* of Its Cor- 11
respondents and Denctiiora, and Iit a prompt and II
faithful oxicutlon u thdr wlabca, it hopta to met It
tlatr eateem and confidence.
Noteaaud Bllladlacounted.
Collection! made on all polnta throuKhout the \\ |i
Butted titatcm.
Deposit Account! ml-Ject to check at ?l*bt r??celrcd
iroui Banki. Bankers, Finns, Coloration*
nod Individuals, \/n
certificate* of Dc|>oait Usued i*Tiilc on demand * ?
or at find dates.
Interest allowed on HpccUl Deposit*. ^
UiRKCTOM:
John K. BoUfonl, I Win. B. .Sliupsou,
Jacobs. Ithodrs, Win, A. Turner,
Wiu. A. laett, | Jobn L. Hobbs,
A. M. Adams, | o. C. Dewey.
llenry ALjIlarpcr, | mjjUUw
D. C. List. joseph sivbolld, ^
llRSIIV K. I. ITT, (llU-KJN I.AkU,
Wm. A. UST, Uihkt W. LWT, \\
Bank of Wheeling, j?
WHEELING, W, VA. . "II"
Capital, SIOO.OOU.
Hlfwblinlilflri i?#m.innll? tlal.ln an,I ronrowtillna I Flo
ow J 600,1X0.
Kecelrea Depoalts ami Discounts I'ajwr.
DealaJn Mold, tillrer, Coin-Drafts aud Sterling
Exchange.
Kails l>rafti on England, Irels nil, Kronen, Germany
and other prominent part* of Europe. At \
Bursand sella uomurneut, Htate, City and llall- 4
road Bondi. stoc
lotereat paid on Bpocml Depwlt*. min
Special attention given to Collect! in
D. C. LIST, President. - ,
<i. LA MR. Cashier. H
JOH. HEY BOLD, Awl^tant Oshler. JM*? II
Commercial Bank.
? _U
Capital, $100,0G0. ?
OrricB-No. im Main 8t. L
Interest on special Pfj -alts. Collections IS
made and proceeds Promptly remitted. Accounts
of merchants and others solicited.
DMBcrons:
Thon. II. l.Ut, I J. L Btlfel,
B. J. Bmyth, W.T.Burt,
J. C. Thoiaaa, Cliss. II. Booth.
W. A. Wilson, |
THOd II. LIST, President.
J. L. BTIFlil., V. I'rest.
H. P. HILDRETD, Cashier. Jal3
Exchange Bank. Ni
4. N. Vasci, Prei't. asa't. Uruuuu, V. P.
Capita! .. .. r?0,WX3
Liability of htockholders 400,000
This Bank succ?4s to tlin bualncu ol the Merchants'
National Bank, and deals In Colo, Coupons, ...
Commercial Paper and Bills of Exchange.
Interest paid on Spcclal Deposit*.
Collections made on all points and puxwdi
promptly remitted.
Account* of Bankers aad Business Men solicited.
HtockholUcrs liable to debitors auwrdlnu l?? the
Constitution of tbc btato thesarueas In National
Banks.
blBKCTOKS:
J. N. Vance, | a. Horkbeliuer,
L. B. Delaplaln, . | 1). Mutuian,
J. (I. llollman.'ij 1 Win. hilingbam,
Haui'l Laughlin, II. Wallace,
Crawfu'd Booth, I
aufi JOHN J. JOMKM, Cashlor.
PLUMBINC.CA8FITTING Q
rpRIMBLE 4 HORNBROOR,
Plumbers, Gas and Stoam Fitters,
Dealers In Lead, Iron, (Jalvanlrcd, Steam, Water
and Drain I'ijk*. Keep constantly on 1.mu<| a lar^e
assortment Brass Mood*, Btcamarul Wau-r Muasca,
Pumps and (ias Fixtures. W
BOLB AHK3TSI TO! WU.iT VllHNtA JTOI
COLKAH'S CELEBRATEDEAS MACHINE. I
BUM yon CIRCULAR.
I4TU MARKET STREET, WHEELINfl. WEST V*.
Prompt nttt-ntlon given to order* from n dl?t?nru
To Iron Mills end Engine Builders.
We have otldixl to our l'LUMBIKO nn t C J AS
FITTING wUbllalinionl, k now and cotuploU
BltASS FOUNDRY,
mil h:u now prepared to tiinko all kinds of Mi ^
and Engine Brass Casting at ?hort notice and of
the Tcry l?tt quality.
TRIMBLE <fc HOKNBBOOK,
ap"> Mo. H1B Market strict.
Wi: HAVE Tills DAY OPENED A
FIRST-CLASS ^
Grocery Store & Meat Market
Cnmblnnl, CORKER MARKET AND TENTU
8TS., where you ran Unci nil Roods usually kept for
r lirat-ol?M uroory trade, nnd the Tory Uxt 01
Fresh, Hahfd and Smoked Meats, Lurd, Sttuvge,
dr. Our motto Is
"To Soli Cheap for Cash."
Tho following prim will convltuo you of mu ll
to lie a fact: .
Cofleo Sugar 1ft'.; to l!.1.. IJ
Kio Collet) green VI tov.i *
Rio Cotltv, roasted;.,..,^ ui
Arlmrkle's Ootli.e 'j.i
Hreen Tc? ~ 40c to Cl -r.
DUck Teas ??'C to t Ou
Carbon Oil ~ 70c gallon. r
Kino Thicssr 20c gallon. V*
Twonty lu. Hlco lor .? Si 00 s
Best N. O. MoUsart .65cgallon.
FinoMijtle syrup Cl "J J gallon.
And all other coodi at lowest jirl< *j. l'r.Vj Hutler
and E^rs, Potatoes, "nlons, a ?" ' oihoi
Product) constantly on band. We wnnt ivcry on*,
to iPtnember that till our ijoodj are Kiiarwiletd to
give entire tatUf?ctio:i. g
Call and look for yomielf at the MMIKET B
SQlJAltE tHKX'EUV AND MKAT MAUKI-.T.
A. M. WALTER. ini
FRED. WEIMER. ?
ipil
WALL PAPER!
a
1 have ju?t reeoived another
FINE SELECTION OF ^
COLD PAPERS
Which I oiler nt very Low Prices* ('nil
uiul stc them.
JOHN FR1EDEL,
1130 Main Street. a
ni'19 (
gasp t"
GUI'... d gjl3S
Vtrnlyhii'i" . .''i 'l Matiuii. M?>n?l JroiaV, Rl
1 . I -'-"I'll ?t?d a:u| JifT-wm tt;It "
t : .. ii i?M>n? ran ?tt.>nt to br w?h.
: i i. I. * i' : " tw lira'.ili, anil cotni.Uaton.anil WfiC
r v.'to fait'*1 f'" ?:.< " ( n^ii'lyouantliotirt:anil ,,D*'
i i.:v true .Maniacs<2ui<)n In ttoi wonj. l?rt<? fiOrruij
t'* M?u. 11 author n.ajr U' toniulirtl prrwnallyorby
Ii.a.ifit atlV ?<f ill il.t worK.AiiiUw? ?
i,.-. A. o. o i . t:!.;. ^Q.HL ( Do
ry \V. MCCONNEIX, " P'""
No. 155 FIFTEENTH STREET,
Tbej
MauuUcturcr ol
I?nrJ Barrel*. Ilalf Barrels, Applo and Flour tit:- H E
rula, Ham Tierce*, GUm Barrdi anil
Ouka, Butter Kegs, etc.
WREPAIBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. mr
tmftkUw
DACON AND LABD. J J
P A lull lupply alwari on hind o! Lea! Lard. i
3. C. Hama, Bhoulden. Cle?r Bides, 8. C. Briikattil a
itc. Order*filled freen fromnaokehow^tU^, jQ,
DRY COODS. (
St STILES! 1
Mug
?? McbOl
tausl
Choice Selection of Now Stock <?1 tilo i'
SPRING AND SUMMER '"jS
oftlr*
RY GOODS!!
OB
lob we nre now receiving >11(1 will be lO
hoW ttt the
ry Lowest Prices fop Cash. ???}?
"w
n early rail t?? examine otir stock is ysrdi
solicited. cubit
w:
well'
bO
arpets, Carpets. 3
fyios
\? are now receiving and Imve for wile kjjj?
Cheapen ami Best CABPKT in the city it
the price. We guarantee to well a bet- Jjjj*
Carpet for LESS MONEY than any noil
r house in the city,or refund the money,
' A large assortment of .Jl
or Oil Cloths,
Window Shades, pi
And Lace Curtains,
rcrv low prices. Call and examine our
k of goods before making your Spring Tb
jhasea. ,,on?
ENRY ROEMER, E
OUt<
No. 2006 Main Street, Feirj
OQ F
>1^ CENTRE WHEELING, nut
irst Arrival! 1
Curcl
jr 11
?
Fo:
aP'
- gc
In
ew Spring Goods!
cau*
Ooiui
publl
of I
ot W
tllui
?y:
Ire i
aid
ur wni/roT S?
I I [_ IVE-VVBLOl ?lino
i
at rl|
uf ia
Jacol
of n*
alley
and si
hou?
?n:
the <
wltlo
'IK
hoicest Stock I
thut
provi
UlCOl
prop
or
RESS GOODS! t
Who
Man
thM
Pub:
WK1
IN THE CITY. ???
UlXIM
I
that
ITrt.i
fitrt-e
uortl
Eon1,
175 (
bclUf
>UR STOCK S;
as a ^
Tk
in tw
with
payir
OF l>ro^
at eat
ownc
mt
I I I KST
' H u ^ ^
Walk
Hum
trust
30th
Mair
<ortl
Ohio
B/'jjir
NSURPASSED.
Wist
come
l>anl<
Hiiro
lease Cali and See. 0
Ingoi
U**tr
roa i!
the j?
:.T.BRUES.l
ty ro:
r27 alley
? fii-g
the u
tfl ,lne*
IS J cnnu
. 5 Unro
2 ?fl ?li
> sa ? -S
4- r, = T"
? H Val
^1?. ?* * ( cut:
be pc ?i s
r i UJ - "
'*ra X34 ^ Cotar
. ri Zj and 1
^ H QC 2 s
all! _ l? to I
n 2 &&
i rUlne
EBBBI 'l'ools
M M i and u
w <r his u
STEECEIVED- ^j1*
Mo MO Tory Ilaudaome Designs in ter.o
.ACK ONYX JEWELRY. ? *!
klacei, Pendants, Sets Bracelets,
and Sash Pins. _
o't t?U to call and ua them, It ?II1 par von' | ^1
e very low. No* lithe time to Uij iv
We
Vmcrlcuu Watolio*.
' ?? wltliln tin rcech ot ill. Cell ?ml eec them. gj,
NNEGEN, BATES & CO.,
UW MAIN STREET. S T
LBDOIL AND MINERS' olu E A
0 Berreli Eitrt W. 3. Utd OU. .
0 BaneU Miners' Oil. L
it rwtlred by _
LloT, DAVENPORT Jt PARKS' S
SENSUAL". NOTICES.
ALED PROPOSALS,
C* O* 1 UK DUARTtt KMT or FlXISctlQOU .
ITiTK HOCSK, WUMLINO, April 1S?, 1,77. '
led Proposal! will??rocelrod at the ot!ic?
l*ptrtn*ut until Aj-rtl V, 1877, lor r^binj;
the building o! the Uranch State Norm.'
A at West Liberty, Ohio county, Thr i.ji
be lor (emoting the old ahlnglca ana putting
.e new-fort j-cl?ht t<iuire?, more orta i t
nuare. The shingles to be of the b?t
alto pine ami well nailed, ami the lorn
ee to ahow tut four Incher ' ie,,rL
rh bidder uiuit give hl? lull nnme and no*,
addrew, with r eiponslble references u tecut
lal the work shall be done acoordiun to*.
W. K. PKWDLKTON,
dent of the Hoard if Bcgcnt* of the ?uti
ruul School. ipjO
A LLP PUOPO8AI4S.
Clkiik'mOfficr Board ok Commimiomku ,
WUKKUXO, W. VA.,April 10, IJ77. j
ilcd ProtMtala will be received it this oft,?
May lit, 1877, at 12 o'clock noon, fur theiu;.
ig county r<*d work: '
tOUh'tJ BUN UOAD?Excavation tuOcub
iUUR'8 HUN BOAD-Macadamizing Uj
yards, Mono to l>o broken to 3-lnch ttau?.
HKKI.1NU A KLM UBOVK ltt?AI? ,c,;.
a Uun)?Lsravatlon 2.600 cubic yard*.
UTft UBANC1I OF MHOBT CBI'.hK-E?tsn
2,500 cubic yards.
in mint bo M'parato for each road aud tuuit W
je cubic yard for cach clasa of material, it*;.
in tho cum of Excavation the price.tof m\k
rock and wild rock respectively, with u
tgo haul not to exceed 400 feet.
ul>oaaln must give the full name and poatofLi1*8
of bidden, also the uaiue of minx- rntu
patty or parttcv at reference for thecharscu
responsibility of the blJders.
ie Board reserve* the rleht to reject any 01?,
CIUM. fl. DEI1T.BS, Urk
. C. BM1TH, Engineer. apll
FOR SALE .
JDLIC SALE OF
\LUABLE BUILDING LOTS
In Wheeling and Martln'i Ferry.
e undersigned will offer for nlo at public rj'.
nt tho walnut Urove, In Martin's Farj,uc
BATOBDAY, Al'BlL 2S, 1*77,
following dcalrable property: Keren L>u i:
Eighth >Vard, South Wheeling two Lots It
Tenth Ward. Zano'a Island. Aim, the Wn.
Irove property, east of Filth atreet, Martla'i
r, extending to the C. A I'. B. B. All tue Lu
Ifth street, Martin's Ferrjr, fronting the W?.
Grove. One acre of laud east of Chirln
ight'a house, through which a stream ol an
iwa, and which baa a number of rtiadttre*
i. Mil In to commence at 10 o'clock.
MB?One-third in hand; the balance la ti.
al payments, evidenced by tho bonds ef th.
baser, Waring interest from date and kcutpj
on on the pro|iettr solii
WM. D. C All ELL
A. MOORK, J?
r Estate Col. Chu. Ellet, Jr., St. Jaiuei llot<
1
)MMiaS10NER'8 WALK.
tho Municipal Court of Wheeling.
William J.Hull )
va. /In Chancery.
iy D. Hall and other*. J
o undersigned Special Commissioner Wit
notice that by rlrtuo of the authority vwr-':
m by a decree made by said Court In u.
)on the 4th day ol April, 1877, ho will <ja
TUESDAY, tho 22d day of May, lamenting
at 10 o'clock A. it., proceed to sell r
1c miction at the front door of the Court llcim
)hio county, West Virginia, in the c:j
'heeling, tho following oetcrilMd real fate
lu jwld city, county and State, that ?
l'art of lot ho 10 In Jt|usro No. l of tho h?.
addition to Mid city, h. ginning for raid pun.
lot at the southwest corner ol said lotuujt
treet, formerly Sixth street, at the point
isectlon of an alley with said street; tlmn
lug northwardly with the eastern bouti.lir?
uf said streo thirty feet; tlmncv oaitwinli
;ht angles with said street sixty feet tbe wlJtl
id lot; thence southwardly and parallel win
l) street thirty feet to the north boundary lit*
id alloy; thence with the north lliieufn*
to the place of l>egliinlng. Said part of ir]
onting thirty feet on Jacob street, and runniej
of that width sixty (cet, and having a toltk
e thereon.
Id decree provides that tho sale ahull induct
lower right of Sarah Jane Kclfor, who ?;
w of Wo. Hull, dee'd, in said part lot.
UMh ok Salk?One-third of the |iwth?
y,or so much more us tho purchstei iu;
to pay, in cash, the remainder lu two nju.
Ilmeuts payable six and twelve monthi nIvely
after the dale of sale, with Interest Ita
dato, the purchaser giving hii bond with
ed personal security for tuch of said iwuis
and interest its aforesaid, anil the title t t-crty
to !* retducd until the whole of the i
; money is paid.
GEORGE B. CALDWKI.L,
Special CouiinlfiaiuiK:
C. Ili:itVKV, Auctlonter. n.
U'STEE'S SALE.
' virtue of a Det'd of Trust from tin- Cltint
i Marine and Life insurant Cemwn?
t'lliip, to me, luring date the '.-+tii <l?j
:h, lh77, nnd mi record in theClwk'* < &>
.'ounty Court of Ohio, I will jirocu 1t"
lie Auction lit lOo'cloek A. on
)NESDAY, TIIB '.'d DAY 01 MAY, ! j
jo front iloor of the Court Hon*' '? 0. 1
ty to tlio highest Wder.lliefollowlDkiiv ' ' I
'1101
iALDWIN'S KOAV.
is to ray: 1 he utidivided one-hnll ol !?'
iltuut?d on the ixinirr of Eotl and evvenifti I
la, iu the city of Wheeling, W. Va.,unJw.
l Hide ul said Seventeetn street and
stoeet. and also of tho went one-hull of lot >
lumedlaMy adjoining tald lot No.
; situated in that jmrt of the city of Wlitii
nouly (alltd I'lafit Whecflng. There mr :
Teuemcnta on tald property, all under
io coming year, nnd tho property will U*
vhole or in pareela to suit purchasers.
una or Sai.it.?One-third cash aud the >
o equal Installmenta at six aud twelve utu
Interest from the day of sale, mid di
louts to bo securcd by Deed of Trust us
:rty.
o other otir-linlf of rold property wili '*
me time and plare and on mine teinii
t thereof. II. Z. SHRM'U
Kl Tnw?- !
tUSTEE'S SALE.
virtue of Ave several deeds of trust 3
?n ].. Cranuier. Trustee for Mary n
;cr Hunter, and Mary Hunter, wile-! W":tr,
to tho utidersigucd Trustee, siid'i"being
rmportively dated 30th Decern'':
December. 1871. :i tk December, ! * '
h, 187.1, and Othof February, 13M. a:.?
in the Clerk's oftlceof the Comity <' *'
county, West Virginia, 1 will on
SATURDAY, 10th or May. IS:.,
inlng at It) o'clock a. m., at the .'rout :
ourt 1 Intuit nf Olif.i /'Amii * nnuuMl l.> ?
Ighest and best bidder the following <1<auto
situate on Zane's lalaud, Onto
\lrgliiii, to-wlt: Commencing at nriiit
r <i( lot nutuU'red eleven (II), IsM
si Zan-; theuco south elj{bty-ejx (;e) f"
u street; thence Feat ono hundred and ?? '
o(I2.'i) feet to Hunter's alio)*; tlipi?
y (90) feet; tbence cast one hundiclsi l"'
re(126) foet to place ol be^lriuiti?.
piece 0f real estate on Wheeling Jslaril u
n North Huron street ao<i t?und?l ?mlng
at a point on the weatsido of '
treft,which point lithe north
roperty conteyed by Walker Hunter ?:
Inlicth Dew by deed dates IQtbWl't*?''
aud now of record in the Clerk's
tv Court of Ohio county In deet txk,k t 1
d 81 (and now owntd by G. I..
?running with th? north lineu siil i!l
nveyed to Elizabeth Do* m aforiv.u
commonly cnlletl Hunter's alley; ttici ": '
In a uortnerly dlrcctlou with thecal v i
Hey thirty-two (32) feet; thence rnunln<
>atallel with Bald uorth line of sa ' I ' l" ',
ycd to KUtatcth Dew to the west side >'
n street, and theuco running with tt-y
side of tiouth Huron street to the i>l?<' "
n?.
Hug an Trustee, I will onlycoa*ir t
rested In tne a* luch IVtiatee.
uu made known on day of sale.
WM. H. CAI.DW1:LI , Tru
Hkiivkv, Auctioneer.
iUSTEE'S 8ALE OF
luable Printing Office and
Book Bindery.
Tirtueof a deed of trust made
rr, to the undersigned Trustee, dan ''
f December, 1?7?, and duly r?"i''
'aoflleoof thn County Court for 0!r"?
Virginia, In Deed ol Trust Book I"
will on
'UK4DAY, the 24th day of Ajr ,
nenclng at 10 o'clock a. m., at t' |
took Minding eatatdlshmeut >A John W ' .
at the South-east corner ol FoU'twr. I
streeli. in the city ol Wheeling. W. vita
sell at public auction to tu' l ?"' (
ildderi, the following described 1 r?I*r:>
?r: "All tho stock in trade of l'ii",!l funding
material, I'/lntlng ,
ines, Tarhoard, Cutters, l*aper < '"J1 *
?, and all book and Jolt Tyi?, !'??*'
, materials, furnlturoand fixtures, '
?od by the said John W. Uentry m aw*
?ok binding establishment, at the so
r of Fourteenth and fcouth itreeW. ,
heeling, consisting of one Cotrcli? ?
ider Press,ono quarter mediutuiOoruo? ,
llckock Ruling Machine, one Tsr ? ?
ne Fapcr Cutting Macnlue, kureka. '?
all Hook and Joblype, Ulnd-rs on.
rial* used In and about said dtatliju? ^
luli OF SaLK?Madu known on
JOHN J. JON?. Jru,,
|gr.M?H, W. Va.. April 1S77- ONTISTKY.
drlw all Ih0?. muting UraU'l'Ti'1"[
II DR. lUSMIBHwlitre Ihfy n" ?' ..
cted without tho allghcat
n not to 1* known from toe M
be worn with comfort and JV.
nt?t. Office?No. 42 Fourteenth ???*,
f Market.
ENCILS.
r. VA. STENCH. & SEAL WOBK'.
NO. 1781 llABin ST.
nt28 mtellts, ?' Vl

xml | txt