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on,? . ...
Otic one-hone, Sfoond-liao'l bptlog Wi*on,wi
Ono onr-hurr* bnnnrw 5filD|W?fon.
Win KllUcta,, . B.UFWK,
my* for. Twcnly-foorth >od lUrtft HU.
The large threenrtory Warehouse K
1603 Main street. Two front*, Main hi
Smith street*. Prtftstwion April Int.
Apply tu
myf) A. Ahl.KN HOWKM*
The underilgned < Hen fur rtnt tho
Will )>o nuUtl for one or mora J ear*, with or wl
out furniture.
Apply to J. H. RIU)W1*FIEU>.
iuyi" 1 itlrmont, W. Va
A very definite Couiitrr Residence, occ w
west of on the National K'*d, with c
acre of around well cultivate!, and a tlrst-cl
two*atorjr llrli k Hour*, with all modern Impru
moots. Price, for cither aale or rent, to tult I
timet. For further Information enquire of
apgl Or Flirt National Bank, Brtdgepoit
No. SI Sooth Front (traet, Island?plenan
situated and dealrublo. Alao, one Room In ateo
story of No. M Twelfth street, suitable for an oil
or ideeplng room. Fooawrion liven Immediate
Enquire of bit. K. A. 1111.DRKTH,
ajtll _ No. 1307 Chaplin* Kt
The fine Dwelling No. 18 Fifteenth street.
Thro tenements In the Fifth Ward.
LAW OFFICE, N. E. corner 12th and Chapl
i tree ta.
Inquire of II. FORBEH,
_Jj? 1141 qapllinflirtt!
A ttrick House, No. CO, 13th street, ei
turning 10 roomi, with npacloua balls n
?lry basement ccllsr.
By V. V. HOQE & BRO.,
n?r29 1300 Market Street
Containing eight tooius and Path I'.ootu,
Jati.lt stieet, between 18th and 14th, wewt il
<Jm and water. Will be tented low to rc?i?on?(
teniiit. Enquire of
noil Bookseller and fctallooer, ICSA Main
rjiia ^rKh'.i .sau..
iljr \lriw! 11 a IKfd ff Trust from thelltlrc
I ire, mid Life Insuranre Cumtianjr
Mlm-lim?, ( i me, Uuring d?'* 'be Mthdajf
.March, lf.77, nuu on mora in the Clerk's office
tli" County Court if ohlo, I will |?rcfced to itll
I'llblle Auction nt IDn'elotk A. M.,on
nt the front door of the Cuiir* Jloii-eof 0!
t ouutjrtothe )>irIn*t bddrr, thefoltowlugpropei
known oa
ll,VLl)WIN-8 ItOW.
that is to tar: Thn undivided onc-lalf of lot I
J 76, situated on tho corner of Eotfand bvretitctt
atriM'ts, in the citjr of Wheeling. VV. Vn., and on l
tijrth ride ol auld Pcvvuieclli street ami emi
EotT steeet, and ulioof the weM one-half of lot 1
17.'. lmmeui<it>-ly udjoinlntf laid lot No. 176, l?
being Mtustul lr ih i jurt ol the city of Wluel
commonly <all <1 Ijst Wbcvfintf. Iberoare f
Urick Ttiii'im (in ou mt'? |?r ?|?-rtjr, nil under It
for t!i?* romliiK year, at;d the Lroj?rty will to t>
in a whole cr m pnrct li to cult purchasers.
Tbkvh ortAi.)..-Oo?^thirdt^sli?n<l thebalai
In tMo?iu-l lL>Ulliw'uUat fit aud twelve inoiit
with Intrr* it Ir-jiu the day ol sale. raid dcfei
payments to lo t<cured l>j Died of Trust on t.
The other one-lmlf uf raid property will Ik? t
at same tune awl p.a< e end on mine terms by i
owner tht-rtol. II. Z. bllUlVKU,
iiu'Jl Trusts
Tho above sale is pcttpumd until Saturday, >1
12, at 10 o'clock, a. M. II. /. SHItlVKK,
my:; Trustee
In Manchester, near Reymann's Brewer
We will ulicr for Kile at pulUc am tlon, on
SATURDAY, May 12, 1877,
At 10 o'clock a. u..nt the front door of thcCoi
House of Ohio county, the f .llowlng Building Lc
that I* to My ; Lots JO, 27,2fl,:.0,Hl and 82. tho 1
ter lut being partly covered by lea* to Werner
Mills, and will be sold anbjrct to said leaao.
'1 kbsss of Calk?One-half cub, nnd tbc balsi
In one y?ar froiu day ol talc, accural by trust d<
on the propertv aolu.
r.JVf Tlir.s O'l iukn. Ar.'t Hi.dFo*
Ily virtue of a Deed ef Trust made by Fred*
Fisher and Johanna I liher, his w Ife. to me as Tr
tec. dated the7lh day of Ar>ril. li*77. and of rtc<
iu tbn office of the Clerk of the County Court
Ohio comity, I will proceed to icll at publics
tiou, hi ll) o'clock a. a., ou
THURSDAY, the 10th day of May, 1877,
At the front door of the Court Houie of Ohio coi
ly, the following property,*!*: All that piece
jmrci-lof ground aituate in Caldwell's addition
the city hi Wheeling. Ohio county, W. Vs., kno
Ms tli?" north half of Lot No, fl*e (fi) in tquare J
fifteen (16), fronUng on Jacob street (forme
James atreet), together with all the improveme
thereto belonging?the home Ulug No. ?C.5 Jai
1umxs of Balk?One-thinl caah in band and
muoh more bj the purchaser may elect to pay, a
the balance to two equal payments at one and t
yo?r?, with aecurityand bwuint; interest.
T. J. llUUUfi, TnialM
W. H. Halt.kk, Aoctlonecr. |api
'. 0 .shares .Stock In IVabodv Insurance Co.
10 hharc* Stock lu Ohio Valley Hank.
JC Shares Mock in La Hells (ilns Co.
10 Mian * Btoock In AJtna MilL
\ Lot (hound, Centre Wheeling, Main itrcet
}3 l?t <iround, Centre W heeling, Market atrc
1 Small Frame Hon*, 14tb strict.
1 Two-story Hrlek House, 14th street.
mr30 1. IKWIH. Agent
pOB 8ALBKlghty
choice Building Lota on Wheeling Iain:
1'riw frop |400 to |000 cacb. Only one-aixth
the purchase money required inrnh. Theretli
may 1?< paid annually In mi equal InataUme
with Interest.
apq _ _ At Top Mill
pOB 8 ALE?
The Residence of N. C. Arthur, on II
street, in the city of Wheeling. The 1
front* about 63 feet on Fifteenth Rtre
Hitd extends hack to the nller. The hov
in n tvro-Btory brick, containing ten rooi
nnd liuished attic, bath room, with hot a
cold water, and is in good repair. Th<
isi.lio a wash house,coal house,aah hou
Person* deniring to examine the prop
tr, or to mcertniu the terms of Rale, v
call on iL G. Iinrr, attorney, 1142 Chapli
npj N. C. ARTHUR
Thc? fine tlme-kcoifri an? manufactured
Dreiden, Saxony, by Worrit* Grosatnann, of h<
logical fame, In ladie*' ami gent'a hlies, both I
and htcm winding. They are constructed on
aarue principle aa the watches of tin- late Ado
I jnitc, and are tt rrry auperlor workmanship. i
fully guarauUwl for perfotuiance and durabili
They are the beat, their coat l*lngconsidered, t
haro l?*n produced In any country. Their
apeftion ia invited.
Sole Agunt f?r Wheeling and vicinity,
A full lino of all gindrs of American anil Si
Watchce at very low prieea. ap3
One lb. Ejc. Young Hyaon Tea for.... .....A
One lb. coo'l Uuspowaer Tea lot ... 2
Out lb. btqiTiunpowder Ten for ~.S
One lb. bwt Jujuu Tea for ....J
null. ?..! t.,.nT?.U (
One ItMttatOuio&g Tm fur? J
Um lb. ocnhOol(TOf<Tn? for 8
Twaatylba Rice lor...... ......|l
An<i ail klndj of Groeerio at th? lowest mtir!
prln*. at
2231 and SX53 1UBSKT St., poxxx Wiixklh
v~\ -rs: t "B ^ w~:
X" x Jtrii
J08 rtM Stmt, Cincinnati, <Jhie.
Th? trr? on which thU r*r*r U printed 1* fn
hii Fouwtry.-ki*. 1huu?k?.
,b Now is Your Chance!
_ Melt's line t*wfd C(. Optra liooti fruu 14 V, up.
Men ? lino 1'tHM'l do. do. from '1 75 up,
Mm't line Ktwtkl Ct Uoekle AUiU from 8 to up,
Mm lat 8ev?d B. a. " from 1 79 up.
o. ?">. fin* " " from 1 60 up,
Men > fine PMge<l " Ktrap 81in? from 175 up,
HI Meo t fin? Ffegged " Oxfo'd Tie* from ItOup,
Boj? One I'rwtd ? Buckle Alcx.from 1 to up,
Bfljf find egged " But, Cong'iB from 1 25 U|>,
1km' linn FiKgeil ' htrtp hbu<* from 1 25 up
\m> Im hnr IMd LaecOilten from 1 6j up
? fine 12-td Ijite (ialtcra fRxa 1 10 up,
ladiet' fine Mor. Button from 2 21 up
1 U'lUV Mor. BHlmortli from 'J W) up,
Udle?' Unit I'dible Balmorals Irum 1 20 up
MljfM* Pebble Balmoral! from 1 10 up
i.iiim rnuiuc winioraii iroiu...*.. - * w up
Infant*' flut Shoe* front - 20 up,
to* ptrllirill eint you nothing to fall and
rraminc, and irill do you good if yon veoi
"ip 1140 Main Mroot<
my i Hobnbcook'.s Block.
Office and BMidetu*, Ku. 1457 Main Hi., cppodt
tly Union, WbMllUKi W. Va.
ind MurNH.-oni Oxt<H Um and otbtr Aawrtbetli
Bee admlnl?t?rwl. my 16
4fi Twn.rrn Htiikt,
Iiuyj and tclJa 'lltkcU to all poluta Esitand Weat
MFlloutul trip ticket* to UoUluore and return
iuo nnd Chliiuto aud return, aim on hand ocS
>n- ~?
The Great Attractions
of the Season!
We urc offering a large ami handsomt
assortment of Dolmans, ALL OK OUI
? OWN MANUFACTURE, copied of thi
Latest Pal w and Berlin Styles, nnd we oftei
thmi a great deal LOWER THAN AN\
M? We *e 11 a handsome Dolman for $2 50.
of Wo hell a beautiful Cream-colored Dol
' of man for $3.50.
. vj U'u aell u Dlack Mate 1c sue Dolman for $5
a We hell a Unlto Dolman for $0.50.
r We sell a light Matulesae Dol dm n for|0
We sell tiic I'arin Dolman for $IU.
rry Our Style* arc pretty, our Tricei are hie
and our Display the largest in the city.
ict X. BLUM cSc BHO.
j"11' ^StrP. S?New Hilkn for the coming
iv? week at $1.00 per yard. The handsomesl
** Summer Silks ever seen at 75c per yard.
Itc riAt' l"P II V vmn * H'mrnn.i
is ttaIn: ""v'~
?ii' During tht- cloven yean 1 h?ro l>ofn practicing
in Whtfilng I hate adralntit'-red nn touTerwrei
m tbotuand persons with Pkrfkct Bifxtt, and ir
10 almost every case with entire mtJiTaclioQ to myael
tod luticnn.
W* constantly kt*p on hao?l? pure NltrouiOxldi
ay Oaa fur thwc that dcatre to Ukeit.
Dft. SUKGI90N ft SON,
'l_ noZt No. 11*1 Market 8t.
7. QfaMMfmtv.
U'EDSLSUAY, BL1Y i>, 1877.
art ""
,t5, New AavertlMeineuLs.
.*? (ireat Bargains in Watchesaml Jowftlrj
?Turner^ Dillon,
ice Toilet.Sets?Cummins A Wood".
^ Garden Trellises?E. L. Nicoll.
Trustee'* Sale.
'y? Builder?J. M. ITawley.
Wanted to Borrow.
Brussels Carets?Mendel, Booth & Co
rlc Important to Book Buyers?Stanton &
of New Mubic?'W. S. Hutchin*.
uc- William Lowndes?Paper Hanger.
Sealed Proposals.
State of West Virginia.
Or ^ TlIKRMOMETF.Il KBCORIh?The follow
ing shows the rango of the thermometer
No. as observed at Schnepfa drug store
llT Oj?era House corner, yesterday:
8 a. ii. 12 v. "8 r. *. 7 p. u
PU r, t bi roi
\ M
,iui (>.?.. i : . ..?t 1?
uuuu i/ccr io ncniteuiug.
i. The heaters are still fut.
SIMM0K8 &Slocum's minstrels to night
Xo deeds in fee were admitted to reoort
MunrilY was on top yesterday by s
it. large majority.
Tue boilers at the llelmont Mill wil
? go to work to-day.
Tiie Welsh murder case will probablj
nd; be concluded to-dar.
Cranraer this morning.
?' It rained again yesterday, and th<
probabilities are that?
ith The influence now managing spring ii
lot not drawing it very mild.
et? < ? ; _
1B? Blub Lick and soda were in demand at
the drug stores yesterday. ,
B[? There was a tremendous lobby at thi
' Council meeting last night.
cr? ? ^ ?
rill TnE bakers of the city contemplate i
e picnic some time this month.
Til* Clerk of the County Court yester
5S day issued two marriage license*.
The bluebird pipes a melahchol;
, T strain, tbe violet hangs its head in gloom
nl Chaiu.es Harms won fined $1 by Jus
no- tice Bulger for cruelty beating his horse
Iph The Belmont nail factory shnt dowi
rod yesterday, in conseciuence of the heater*
$"rikc- , ,
" The Enigos dancing clnb had a ball a
Mozart Hall laiit night. Mayer furnishe<
? the music.
filB TilEnrioeof sewing machines has beei
j reduced about one-half since the import
not patents expired.
"Banged" hair is out of style, am
iOr. most decidedly out of taste, except fo
oo. very small children.
Or. t , ,
The Baltimore A Ohio railroad com
tfc. pany paid the county authorities $9,86(
in settlement of back taxes.
TnE city loan still receivessoiuo atten
kit tion from capitalists. Some $41,000 c
the bonds have been taken up to date.
A riNK pansy with a curious eyo i
*?? the centre is a'variety displayed at thi
? market flower stands, boding a ready sjd<
The grocers and bakers of East Wheel
ing now close their places of business a
j ? p. M., t rida/A and Saturdayp e.xceptec
Mm. Hekry Amxons Was yeflterda;
afternoon arreted bjr Officer Bogard, ii
North "Wheeling, for creating a disturb
City Councils?Scconrf Branch.?Council
net lost night In regular session. I
Present at roll-call: Adama, Campbell, c
Crowthor, Fisher, (Joodfellow, ilork*
heiuier, Mylee, Pollock, Riddle, Kilter! i!
Stoker, Vockler, Waft, Watcrhouse, 1
Mr. Mtles wis called to the chair, the I
President being mbeent. ?
' The Committee' on 8treets and Alleys
reported tyllf of Street Commissioner for
the month, ?ggre fcating $2,884 37; monthly
bills submitted by committee.$6,709 01. t
The committee recommended that the 1
hills Ih? paid; that the contract for curb- 1
. lng and crossing and resetting curbing for i
the year ending Me/ 1,1878, l>e awarded
to J. J. Cavanungh k Co. at 32 cents per i
' IS?1 I..~ . L nil .
, iiww wm new vuru, ?i# 2 ?BW per i
lineal foot (or crossiflg* and 8 ceflta per .
; llrteal foot *for resetting old curb; that
further time be allowed the committee to
f report ax to the bid* for paying; that tho
f City Solicitor be instructed to prepare the
necessary contract nnil bond and present
them to the Mayor, for, the purpose of
hating them properly executed, Tho
> recommendation* were adopted.
The Committee on Water Works ioported
Superintendent's hills for labor.
$538 08; monthly bill*. $60 65. Ordered
' paid.
The Cofnmitteeon City Prifoifreported
the following resolution ;
t Raolrtd, That the Committee on City
Prison he and are hereby authorized to
a employ a sufficient number of horses and
. cart* to do the necessary hauling at ^hp
t Peninsula cemetery, while the priaonern
are employed at said work, under the
direction uf the Superintendent of the
City Prison.
' The Superintendent reported as follows
: prisoners received during the
month, 31; discharged, 30; escnped, 1;
' now confined, -0; tramps received during
' ihe month,-; discharged, 11; time made
| by prisoner*, 438 days; by tramps, Jifl
day*; fifty-one days at the Capitol, thirtylive
days on the streets and alleys, twentylive
day* at the city building, and the
remainder of the time at the prison
quarrying and breaking stone. Current
expenses tor tho month, $215 14; average
' cost per head coch day, 27 cents.
The resolution was amended by Mr.
Cowden, so as to limit the number of
horses and carts to two, and that they be
employed for three days only, and so
adopted. The bills of the Su|K>rintendent
worn ordered paid, and his report
i wn? nifii.
The Committee on Accounts reported
r a balnnoe in the hand* of the Kpceivcr
on the let of May of $1,400 09. Bill-*
were reported by the committee ajrcregatinp
$335 54, and ordered-paid.
The Committeo on Fire Department
Hubiniited the bill* of the Chief Marshal
for the month, via:
hti-jiniT I'nitrd No. i
' Atlantic No. .... 10 4b
" \ h;U?it No. .1 13 SO
( Pfparinrtnt B ?0
Total tfti cc
The bills were ordered paid.
'J ho committee wi-re of the opinion that
in otiUr lo make the department effective
in case of fire, the expenditure necem*
: ry for tbe present year would he about
l $22,760. This estimate includes the following
Ilone f?i"l mid current cxpou?ej..... S 1,'J.M
IV/ of otticdniafid wen-? 5.46'J .
' Gum coaUanilcapato bureoctr*! - 3'.'> :
Ke|ulratoentfbv botnea-...-. 450 J
Enulnctf hq*I fhiojwin In Mcli of tb?< Mgino
> lioufei, fu 1 Hiue, In addition to nrooot I
1 |?ay it'll .7. 3.510 J
1 Fir.* alarui tehxraph, complete 4,80'J '
' Kii^inc lfjiiwlu KiKlith Ward 3..'?C0 (
^ Hum.' hvufo and lot iu-Seventh Ward 3 <K)3 \
Toui ?r--vw ?
1 The First Branch having asked foe a
committee of conferchce on the subject of
fixing tho licences for cotieo houses for i
the exiling year, Messrs. llorkliciuter,
Beltz and Pollock were appointed upon
the part of thin Jiranch.
The committee retired, and after abgul 1
an hour'* consultation, returned ami repcrte-J
that they were unablo lo agree.
caldwell's run briivhw. i
Dr. Keeves submitted a lengthy report
from the special committee on Culdwell's <
Kun bridges, accompanied by the follow- ,
ing resolution:
Jit.'ohtd, That T. J. Blair, J. W. lior- |
ing and 8. L. Brice, of the First Branch.
; and Thomas II. Logan, J. W. Wait and |
k F. Uoodfellow, of the Second Brauch, be
and are hereby appointed a joint spccial ,
committee, to"be known as the Caldwell's <
Run Improvement Committee, whose (
duty phall be lo solicit proposals for the
excavation necessary to accommodate the ,
change of {he bed and current of C'ald- <
Well'n Kun into the line of 29th street, iu
? conformity with the memorandum on the ,
? recorded plal of "Joseph Caldwell's ad- |
dition to the city of Wheeling," and for }
the erectfon of two bridges over said run ,
at 29th street?one at Eoff street, the (
other at IJhapline street, and that they '
rpnnrt tltftir .ictinn tnPonnril
Owing to other important buaineea de- ,
manding the attention of Council, the j
report and resolution were lai'cl on the ,
table/or the tirao being.. I
The Committee on Finance, to whom '
was referred by Council tho annual eati- 1
1 mates of the Committees of Council, re- '
ported for the consideration of Council
. the following estimates of the revenues
1 and liabilities ot the city for the current
year: ;
A? vmenton 814J500,000 (?{ percanl)..... 972,500
Watef miiu.... ,3,000
Kevcnuei from Wharf -t.oou
, " Licenses 31,000
* ." - Market Houses 7,100
' " PcaJes l,uo
" " Unci and ftea 2,500
" Cemeteries (inle of lot j) i!00
" " City property-.^ ...... 50
Total 5105.060
Llit A Davenport loan ooo
Capltul loan...^ .. 17,600
10*30 loan 7,5 o
t Notes glren for Oipttol lot and Interest f.OlO
Salaries and Collector* commission 29,00)
Contingent expenses of the city 5,(00 .
Contract with James Haley for street I
; cleaning ? 2 6J3 <
Sanitary and Piedmont llospltil "J O i
Police anil lockup...- 600
Fees to Clark Municipal Court and Chy 1
1 Sergeant a,COO 1
Qty prisoners In county Jail t.'iou Cemetery
Balance on Canltol naTcmimt i 2 500 .
. City prison ft,OUu
Town dock..................... ................ ISO '
City Building 300 <
f Board u! Equalization 1.*)
Coal # 400
| Biatlonery........ - ...... TO)
1'rtailDg ..., 600 |
I Total ??ia,8;s .
Which amount* being deducted from
n the total revenues will leave a balance of
,? $42,172, to be divided among the four
committee* of Council to be (spent in their
departments during the current year. >
t The committee, made the following
i dividend of the above amount:
l ights in.ooo ,
Water Works....- l4,5t>0 1
q Fire Department I f.OCO
. titrnu and Allvys .. 10 ?7J
Totil.....: J...:...:. 112,172
The report was tabled, on motion of
* Mr. Belt*.
Ihe following resolution waa offered
L. by Mr. Goodfellow:
)( Rooked, That the Second Branch of
Council recede from its amendments* to
the ordinance on license* for ordinaries
Xnd coffee housea for the year ending
,1 May, 1878, and concur with the Firet
After considerable (discussion, particin
pated in by nearly all the members, Mr.
e Belt* offered the following lubititute for
I, the resolution:
Vi n ere ah, The First Branch adhered to
I- charging $300 for ordinaries and coffee
t house lleenaea for the ensuing year,thereI.
fore ... i
Rooked, That the Second Branch of
jr Council will not agree to such extortion
a from said dealeri in liquors, but refuse
k to grant iny'liccnse for any such price
for the ensuing year.
The substitute received do second, a
be ayes and noes were called upon I
tigiual motion,resulting as follows:
Aym?Adains, Down, Campbell, C?i
len, Crowther, Detain, Ooodfellc
lanes, Logan, Pollock?10.
Nob?Bel!*, Fisher, Horkheim
lyles, Reeves. Kiddle, Bitter, Bimps<
Itoker, Vockto, Wait, Yahn?12.
80 the resolution was lost.
The Keoond Branch then adjournee.
liis Honor the Mayor called the Bran
0 order, and on roll call Messrs. Bail
ilair, Boring, Brlce, Egertcr, Hast in
tollman, McAdams, Moon-head, Keis
ind Stone pnswered.
The minutes of the lu?t meeting .w(
eod and being approved wore signed
he Maror onu Clerk.
. Mr. Blair moved <0 take from the
)le the resolution asking that a comm
ee of conference bo appointed to consi
vith a like committee from the Hecc
branch in regard to licenses.
His Honor appointed Messrs. Bai
llrlce and Moorehead the committee
he part of the First Uranch.
The resolution of Mr. Woodward in
niiuu in t il-linnK *-?? nnwvk ?hu ?
Irant House ruinn having been amend
n the .Second Branch the amendment w
incurred in.
The report ot the Committee on Strc
ind Alley* on the estimates (or straigl
ning Caldwell's Hun at 29th ntceet a
he necessary bridges was read, and,
notion, the report wan spread on I
The ro|>ortof the Committee oh 8tre?
lUey/? ami Grade* for the njoolli o/ Ajj
vas submitted and read, and the reco
nendation of the committee that the hi
>f the Street Commissioner amounting
52,884 37 be paid having been agreed
>y the Second Branch was concurred
The Joint Standing Committee on J
:ounts submitted their report for t
nonth o( April, whirli was read, and 1
ictionof tlfe Sec6nd Branch in approvi
he report was concurred in.
The report of the Committee on Wa
IVork*, including the report of the t
icrinteiident for the month o/ April, v
ubuiitted and read, and the recomuieni
ion of the committee that the bills et
nerated be paid, approved by the Secc
branch, was concurred in.
The Joint Committee on Firfc Depa
ucnt submitted it* report for the mot
>f April, including the report ot I
Jhiel Marnhal; also the estimate* of I
noney needed for the ensuing year,whi
fa* read and the action of the Scco
branch in approving the report was c<
furred in.
Keport of the Committee on City Pri?
or the month of April was read, and 1
iction of the Second Branch in appri
ng the report and ordering thepaymi
>f bills enumerated, was concurred'in.)
i lie committee oj conlerence on I
icense question having returned, repo
:d, that the joint committe were una
o agree.
Iteport of the Committee onCeineter
or the month of April was read, and I
approval of the Second Branch wa? ct
:urred in.
The usual notification being given
he Second Branch that the Firi?t Brar
vas ready to adjourn, it was discovei
hat that body had already ndjourr
without notice."
The First Branch then adjourned.
Tub C'oukts.?Circuit Couht?Ju
Mcltin,?The Circuit Court met ycsteri
norning at l? o'clock, pursuant to i
ournuient of the previous day.
The will of James Bacgs was proi
>y the oaths of C. D. Hubbard and Jc
Jarlin. Wilbur P. Baggs was appoiu
(xecutor ami gave bond in $'j,r>0U. u,
Vlurdock, James Reed, A. J. McNn
lames French and Joshua Lancaster wi
tppoiAied appraisers.
The case of the State vs. Barrett \
continued to Thursday.
Tlie examination of witnesses in t
kVelsh murder cflnc was resumed, and
:upied the remainder of the day i
>vening. The case will probably be ci
dudetl to-day.
Police CoDirr?Judge Cranmer.
The following case* were before 1
Ifonor yesterday morning:
Patsy Aiken and Win. liobinson wi
committed for thirty day# each for d
orderly conduct.
Hannah Fitz^iuimons was sent to j
lor thirty days for drunkenness.
Annia Miller paid a fine of $2 and cc
foi drunkenness.
In the cane of John Nary, fcharged w
lisorderly conduct, defendant was lit
51, and execution suspended on payw
A costs.
The case of 'Frank Rothaker, charj
witli keeping hogs on His premises, *
jontinued until this morning.
Tll? fnllnwtnif unlnnn Lanram ?
sharged with wiling liquor with<
icenee, their licenses having expii
Sunday night at midnight: Henry 13
nenberg, James Hamilton, August R
Jhris. Siebke, Henry Bieberaon, F.
Vaan, Oscar Burdats, Sheekey & Ku
fulius Lohse, August Matthews, Geoi
\ndrews, Heinrich Schwarz, C. R, B
er, James Matthews, Cletus Hauler s
Joseph Beuter. Mr. W.P. Hubbard 1
reared as counsel for defendants, t
isked for a continuance until this mo
ng, as he had not had time to exam:
he law upon the subject. The cont
lance wad granted.
Kniohts or IIonok.?A lodge of I
Knights of Honor was instituted M
1st at Martinsburg, W. Va. The folic
Ing are theollicora:
J. Nelson Wisner, l'ast Dictator.
W. II. II. Flick, Dictator.
llenry Wilen, Vice Dictator.
W. B. Miller, Ass't do.
Rev. J. Edwin Amos, Chaplain.
David Speerj Guide. .
Geo. W. Freidt, Reporter.
W. L. Jones, Financial Reporter.
H. N. Deatrick, Treasurer.
Wm. Rutledge, Guardian.
C. W. Wisner, Sentinel.
Trustees?Dr. 8. N. Myers, H. Wi
md David Speer.
P. S. Teeple, D. S. D.. who ha? U
nslituting the different lodges throui
nit the State, hasbeen very nuccewl
?**? iug.ui?aiii?.cii (iiitivcu micnuji oil
forming a lodge at Kvser, W. Va., I
Teeple hn* organized splendid lodges
Cumberland, Froatburg, Lycoming f
Frederick, Md.
From the last named place he goes
S'ewr York city to attend anee*ion of
3rand Lodge, which orgnniiedyesterd
Hotel Arhivalh.?Among the 1
irrivaln at the hotels are the followii
Si, Janet?hi. 8. Bebout, Taylorstoi
Pa ; Miss Isabella Bebout, Fairmont;
H. Havortly, Pittsburgh; Abrarn Bentl
New Brighton; Henry Oering, S. McK
i?a, J. N. Welch, Pittsburgh.
iiamm?W. I). Beaty, Manpington;
W. Clemens, Wellsburg; Jacob Heath
ington, Bellaire; 6pencer Montgome
L'laysville; Mrs. Bell and son, West I.
ertv: G. W. Eclchart. Columbus.
McLurc?D. F. Grimw and wife, Wai
ington, Pa.; C. C. Randolph, Clevelai
Mi as Weat, Mine Okey, Woodnfield,
M.Taylor, D. B. Maranall, Baltimore.
IIemi-fielii Election.?The ann
meeting of theMockliolileraof the Whi
ing, Pittsburgh ?St Baltimore Railri
Company (old Hcmptield) waa held
little Washington on M nday. The :
lowing officer* wero elected Mr. J.
Washington, President. Directors?\V
Biwell, W. W. Smith, Win. Workman
B. Hnye*, Wm. Keyser, A. Madison,
tcr the stockholders' meeting had
journed the newly elected Board of 1
rectors met and chive Mr. W. W. Sm
as Secretary.
TnEnaleof the Walnut Grore prone:
at Martini Ferry, and the South Win
ine property belonging to the estate
Col. Charles Kllet, jr., is postponed
the month of June. Notice through
paners will be given announcing theti
and terms. Persons desiring to purch
would do well to examine this valua
property, offered on most favorable ter
nd Twn.V? TO T?(?TU Dtail Lrxk m
n? the Licaite Question.?An'effort wm madi
in the City Council last night to efleet at
* agreement upon the ordinance asaessinj
a tax upon coffee houses and ordinaries
but the gentlemen who are clamoring s<
f. loutlljr for a reduction, an usual, did al
'?? in their power to obstruct it. To the*
men the coffee house proprietors are in
debted for the present interruption t<
their business. The First Branch earlj
in the session called for a comuiittce o
ICb conference upon the subject, with tin
P(j hope. that some adjustment could lx
had, and those who desired to taki
ier out licenses could do so tinde
a suspension of the rules, and re,re
open tiieir baa. The Second Brand;
I,* approved the "plan, end the conferenn
committee was appointed, as follows
ta. from the First Branch, Messrs. Baird
lt. Moorehead and Briec, and from the Sec
u|\ ond Branch Messrs. liorkheimer, Bell
l(Il] and Pollock. The committee were it
consultation nearly uu hour, and-fail*
ri] to agree upon rf Report. Mr. Uoodfellow
on' of the Sixth Ward, then iutroduced ii
the Second Branch a resolution to concu
re. in the action of the First Branch in fixinj
l1(J the price at the old figures, Viz: $300 fo
lMj cofl'ee houses and $250 for ordinaries. Thi
resolution was the occasion of a protract
ed debate, during which the subject woj
. dlicniiut 11 iw>n all !( IwiirinM IWttV
t'UJ VV* "l'W? "? ?
l,t. morally and financially. Messrs. Pol
i0& lock, Logan, Goodfellow and Cowdei
on spoke in favor of concurrence, and wen
tl,e opposed by Messrs. Horkheimer am
Keeve*. Mr. Yahn, a member from th<
?(ffv Fourth Ward, attempted to shut off th<
\j\{ debate by mating a motion May on lh?
m. table, lmt was induced to withdraw hii
It* motion, Finally, the resolution was re
l0 jected by a vote of 12 to 10.
lo There was n reaolution on the table ir
in, theJSecond Branch from Mr. Horkheimer
(c. authorizing the Mayor to take pro|>er le
)ie gal bonds of such keepers of ordinarie
[|ie and coffee houses as are willing to tak<
iU? out licensc whenever tho Council ha
fixed the rate of such licenses, and fur
tcr ther to give them permits until such tirai
j?. as rates are tixed. This resolution, liow
rai wan not reached before the adjourn
]tt. ment of tho Second Branch, and conse
hi. <|uentlv no action was taken thereon
md The saloons, therefore, will remain closet
for an indefinite period.
Pt- A number of saloon keejteni were in tin
ith lobbv, and naturally were much inter
:be ested ' ) the proceedings ot Council
the Those with whom our reporter converse*
ich upon the subject were evidently muol
nj irritated over the bickerings in Counci
)n. upon the license question. They ar<
heartijy sick ol the whole business, an<
ion only desire that they may have an oppor
[he tunity to renew their licences at the oh
riw. liiiures. Everyday that their places an
j.nt closed in of considerable pecuniary valu
; to them, and the interruption to 1hei
j,c business by the dilatorineis of Counci
rt- has already cost them more than th
ble propoied difierenco in the rate 6f tb
tl1(i Pf.jisonal.?Mr. O. S. Long, Clerk c
au the Supreme Court of Appeals, returne<
to the city on Monday.
t0 C. W. l'ranzheim and John Davenpor
lcj, started down the river yesterday on ;
,ej fishing excursion.
ieij F. A. Britt, late City Clerk, and J. (
Ilervey have opened an auction room i;
the Crangle building.
Jtev. Joflepli Gledhill will addreiw .
temperanoe mefcting at the Fourth S^ree
|fye M. E. Church to-morrow night.
ad- Installation.?The following officer
of Cryatal Fountain Lodge No. 31,1. C
'td G.T., were installed by S. B. Crew, D. (J
tin w i a' ?? if _ i
- >i. w, iun iiiuiiuuy evening. " v
ted T., K. Z. Miller; W .V. T., Mary E. Funk
0. W. K, s., Laura Parria; W. F. S., Gee
h!i, W. Weekly; W. T., Martha Johnston; \\
ere C., Matthew Hercules; W. M., Andrei
McElroy; W. I. G., Lizzie Grim; W. C
ran G.,Geo. W.Kngle; NV. K. H. 8., Franci
M. Smith; W. L. II. S., Jennie Thomas
the W. I). M., Maggie Blakemore.
ind Charged with Stealing a Skiff.an
Constable Price yesterday arretted Ben
Parish on a charge of stealing a nki
from Jacob Miller, at Wellaburg, on th
24th day of April last. The informatio
I'w was filed by Wm. Manley, of Bellaire, t
whom Parish sold the skill'.- The prisor
ore er was taken before Justice Caldwell, an
in- committed to jail in default of $100 bai
for bis appearance this afternoon at
ail o'clock for a preliminary hearing.
1.?lrt The appearance of Market street wil
be much improved by the widening c
ilh the pavements. The narrowness ot th
ied fidewalk has made th<J parage there th
em most closely thronged of any shor
atretcb of street in the city, and as a con
?ed sequence the way should certainly b
fas always kept thoroughly clean and ii
good repair.
jyj Going to Ecrope.?Meearn. Hcnr;
re(j Arbenzand John liens will leave fo
ju. Europe to-morrow. Mr. Arbenz, who i
0jj a son of John Arbenz, the furniture deal
(V er, ?oea to Stuttgard to complete hi
|in' musical education. Mr. Hesa will mak
' a short vi?it and return in a couple o
J" months.
kaloons Ui.osed.?The ordinaries an>
'P? coffee house* were all closed yesterdaj
luU the proprietor* widely deciding' not t
Fn" run any rinks by selling until the licenc
'.ne question has been finally settled by Con:
in" cil. Many took advantage of the holida
to clean up their premises and get read;
j e for u rushing business when they open.
Lunacy.-?a warrant was yesterday in
,w" sued by Justico Caldwell for the arres
of. John Belt/., a supposed lunatic, win
lives with his mother on alley F, betweei
17th and 18th streets. Belt/. is a youn
man of twenty or thereabouts.
"Skinhy" Miller and "Josh Millc
were run In by Officer Defibaugh yestei
day afternoon, and spent the night in th
cooler. The former was arrested on th
wharf for drunkenness, and the latter fo
exposing his persou.
len Scalded.?a Mrs. Carson, who live
ou Wood street, between 14th and lot!
?n streets, was severely scalded yesterday b
?h- accidentally upsetting a pot of boilin
'ul? water upon her person.
ice ^ ?
dr. Kekideuce Sold.?The John Hatuil
at ton residence, corner 23d and Chaplin
mu street*, was yesterday aold at public ?nl<
by Auctioneer Hervey, to Andrew Wilno
i to and Alex, l'annell, fur $0,350..
?)' "r nekd theo every hour," remarked
man in an alley yesterday, oh ho wipe
ate his Hps and put his cork perauader bad
ug: in his pocket. '
j3* Builder.?The card of Mr. J. M. Haw
ley, builder, appeara elsewhere in to
en^ day'* paper. Mr. Ilawley, although
young man, ha* already been favore
jt with peveral large contracts, which h
er." carried out to the satisfaction of all con
ry cerned. He also gives hin personal at
(i|,i tention to all sorts of repairing, an
order* left with him are promptly at
sl,. tended to.
q\ Moke Ladies' Trimmed Hats at th
' Boston 99c Store. N. Y. style.
UU1 The preaent damp, chilly and dial
gel. groeabl# weather is productive of bror
)a,l chial diseases that are always unpleasin
often painful, and not unfrequently fats
fol- if ncglected. For such diaeaacs there 1
K, no wore reuaDie remedy than McLaini
'.g. Pectoral Srrup, and for the enre c
i,S. coughs, colds, Ac., we heartily endorse i
Af- ?
ad. Lxamink our Trimmed Hats at th
[)j_ Bo.?ton OUc Store.
For Salt.?One fine buggy ifunw
Boggy and Harness, Will l?e sold at
bargain, by Adams & Lucas,
1227 .Market street.
.,?! New good* daily at the Boston l>9
lJ11 Store.
the ? m ?
me Break down in prices of Dry Good
a?e and Carpets. Now id your time. Ca:
ble and price. Got to sell.
n?. j. w. Ferrkl.
Extraordinary feuiaanrs in Pianos
and Oroans.?Our readers will hardly credit
it when we tell tbem how low a
first-claas Piano or Organ can be bought
at Adams & Lucas', 1227 Market street.
For instance:
A fine carted Knabe Piano, seven oc?
taves, as good as new, for $375; first cost
An elegant rosewood Piano, carved
legs, seven octaves, (can not be told from
a new one) for $205: first cost $500.
Other good iecond>hand Piano* at frtnn
$40 to $150.
Splendid new Pianos of the best makes,
including Steinway, Knabe. Ifacelton and
others, at from $400 to $1,000.
In the line of Organs Messrs. Adams \
. Lucas sell the Mason A Hamlin, Haiti),
American, and several other makes, at
the lowest possible price#?from $85 to
$300. Some fer^good ?<?cond-liand Organs
as low as $-40 to $00.' Altogether, a
better variety can not be found In any
music store.'
Terms of payment will he mudo to suit
all responsible parties, while for ca*h a
very liberal diaeount will be made.
ItowroM UDc Store offers more inducements
than any store in Wheeling.
ii See the old and reliable Paper Hanger
i if you want work done; 20 yearn' exper.
ience in the principal cities of the Rant
! and Went. Leave orders at this office or
c P. 0. Box 25. W. Low.sfrr*.
e Marble Top Stands at the Bofton 99c
Tjie Ji/ipat shoes kept in the citv at
_ L. V. Blond*.
All kinds of goods 50 per cent cheaper
at the Boston 99c Store than any store in
Wheeling. ^ ^
Call and ice Uie all Wool Cammneres
at Thos. Hughes 1S1 Co.'sj which they will
make to order in a fashionable manner
for $20 per suit. . i
Wanted.?Fifty thousand people in |
Wheeling and vicinity to examine the
goods at the Boston 99c Storc~50 per
cent cheaper than any store in Ohio
1 county.
b Genth' line shoes of the latest style*
, J lint received at L. V. Jjlond's. j
1 Oood Hlack Kid Gloves for 35 eta.. at t
$ f'W- Ferrkl's.
.{ Latest styles of shoes just received at
L. V. Blond's.
* New tioods! Ne* Goods! Just re- t
' ceived 3,000 yarda of tine chintzes in the t
e latest styles, one yard it id*, which we will
e sell at 10 cents per yard. Alao a new lot
r of Carpets, from 18 centa upward; 10,000 J
J bolta of Wall Paper, cheapest, in the city.
0 Call soon if you would secure bargains,
e at " Joint itoemeu's.
If you want to get suited in a pair of
j shoes go to L. V. JJlonhV.
Break down in Price*.?Dress Goods
t 3 cents, Black Kid Gloves 35 cent* and
11 Carpets an cheap as 15 cent*. 'They have
to be sold to raiae money now.
J. >V. Fkrrel. .
n ^? .?
New Goods lor spring wear received
a daily at Tho.s Hughes i\:Co.'b Merchant I
1 Tailoring Establishment. All Wool
Cassimerea will be made to order in auits
for $i!0, same as usually gold at $25.
8 ? ^ ;?
). Just received, a lot of Children's Shoes
i. of the latest styles, at L. V. Blond's.
Carpets ! Carpets! Carpets! It is u
i. well settled fact that the cheapest Carpet*
and Dry Goodg in the city are found
V at J. w. ^EBRXL'h, I
I. ( Corner Main and 20t6 St.
s ? ? 1
<; Ask for those elegant English Diagonals
for spring overcoats at Thos. Huphe.4
A Co.'s. Now is the time to examine
- their stock while it is fresh and unbroken,
j. Special inducements to cash customers.
e The cheapest shoes in the city at <
n L. V. Blond's. (
? Twos. IIcoites & Co. have just re
(j ceived a fresh lot of Worsted", which they
il will makeup into suits at the very low
o price of ?25. Call and exnmine them.
Army and Navy officers make their
j headquarters at the Colonnade Hotel, '
,f Philadelphia. So do leading business 1
e men from all sections, while for families
e and large parties of travellers il also oft
fers unequalled attractions. eod.
e False Impression.-?it is generally
a supposed by a certain class of citizens, .
who arc not practical or experienced,
that Dyspepsia can not invaribly be cured,
p but we are pleased to say that Greek's
p August Flower has never, to our knowln
edge, failed to cure Dyspepsia and Liver
. uompiaint in all iu forms, such an Sour
8 Stomachs, Costiveness, Sick Headache,
e palpitation ot the Heart, low spirit*. &c.,
{ Ac. Out of 30,000 dozen bottles sold laxt
year, not a eingle failare was reported,
but thousands of complimentary letters
tl received from Druggists of wonderful
r, cured. Three doses will relieve any case.
o Try it. Sample bottle 10 cents. Kegular !
e Size 75 cents. For sale by Logan, List?% i
a Co., and Laugblin Bros. A: Co.
v eod&w. !
ICiver Sens.
The Exchange passed up at 1 a. m.
i- yesterday.
it There was no Parkersburg boat yestero
day morning. The Science will be the
ii regular packet to-day.
g a The marks last night indicated t? feet 1
inches, and falling.
The Emma Graham passed up at noon,
r and the Salt Valler down at 1 r. m.
The Courier left for Cincinnati at l
e P. M.
e The Carrie Brooks will pas* down to- i
r Jar.
Ed. Anachutz has taken the^l&ceof
Ed. Muhleman in the office of the Courier
? for ft few days.
k The Kerr will leave for Pittsburgh thin
y morning.
g Thehiill intended for Seainon and Crockard'rt
wharf bo at will be taken from the
docks to-day.
1* The O'Neal, Telegram ami Phaeton are I
e running a? usual.
!> The Express was due from Parkers* '
11 burg last night, en route to Pittsburgh. '
| By TtleRwph.]
PiTTfiBoaGH, Majr 8.?River four feet I
U two inches and rising. Weather cloudy
r and rainy.
K Memphis, May 8 ?Kiver fell 7 indies; |
stands 30 feet 0 inches. Weather cloudy;
.. mercury 03?. Arrived?Hard Cash,White
_ river. Departed?Mnum'elle, Arknnaan
n river; Maude, Vickahurg; City of Vicks- 1
,i burg, St. Louis, Golden Rule, Cincinnati. i
p St. Lodih, May 8.?Arrived?Golden
_ Eagle, Keokuk; Black Hills, St. Louis.
_ Departed?Golden Eagle, Keokuk; Cap- I
,j ital City, Vicksburg. Kiver 1 inch.
Evahbville, May 8.?Weather clear;
mercury 50.? River 18 feet. Up?Belle,
Maggie Smith, Johmon. Down? J
e Florence I.ee.
Cairo, May 8.?Departed?Bee, New
Orleans. River 33feet 0 inches and falling.
Clear; mercurr 60?.
l* Omaha, May 8.?i'he steamer Fletcher
'* arrived from' below at 1 v. v. TKo K?.
S vannah wilh 2 barge* parted Plattimonth 1
r up at 1 p. m.
,i Little Bock, May 8.?Kiver falling.
,/ Departed?Belle ofTexoa. Weather rl*-?r
t anil pleasant.
Locisyille, May 8?Kim rlaing; 9 :
? feel 10 inche*. Departed?Barnard,
CracrmiATi, May 8.?River 26teet and
ruin);. Arrived?John [? lthoada, Si, I
>, Looinj Golden City, New Orleana. De- i
parted?Hudson ami Rhoada, Pittsburgh.
Cloudy and cool,
Vicksbbhg, May 8.?Weather clear.
Slyer rose ono inch. Up?City of Helena- |C
-None down. Arrived?St. llenevievo.
Slil!EvtroilT,-May 8.?Xo arrivals or departures.
Weather clear. River rows
la one inch.
II New OaLEXKB, May 8.?DepartedMary
Houston, Cincmntti. weather 1
clear. J
n r 1111 if? ? - - ? ~ * ~
ui initialing, n. va. nssDis over uuarter Million Dollars.
S 1.000.00000
J. N, VANCE, Preililint. T. P. PHIUIPS. Scorelapv.
M. REILLY, Vice Pretldent. I, H. WILLIAMS, AsatstintSec'y.
D. W. BURROWS, Ggneril Ageil.
Franklin Insurance Co's Agency,
The largeit Independent Insurance Office In the Stale, reprassntlsg over
This Agency, being Independent of alt Board combinations, Insure* all olsues ol
Isslrable property?both FIrd and Marlne-at reasonable rates. Its indemnity
insurpsssed, adjustments liberal, and promptness In payment of losses rscoa
nnHa If in (k. .* II.. ?.klt. Tk. I....... 1 *
mbiiwo ik iu ni? fjunimib'jo ui mo )juuiu>. i uc nyuiiity uhinpribco inv lOIIOWIfl)
North liritish and Mercantile Ins. Co. of London and ?dinbur^li
Fire Association ol Philadelphia.
Union Insurance Company of Philadelphia.
Western Assurance Company ot Toronto.
Itnllalo Insurance Company, ot Bnllalo !V, f.
.Mobile I'nder writer*' Association, ol Mobile* Ala.
liruiMii .liiuTK'itu ANNnroncc i onipiinj. 01 loronio.
ICojul l iiuiKlinn Innnranrc Company, ol Montreal.
fc'Jl T. P. PHILLIPS, Agont.
Silver Lake Flour House.
Louisiana Siinar Mnlaccee and DIod
2,000 Packages Lake Herring
2,000 Packages Nos. I, 2 and 3 Mackerel.
Nos. 1412 & 1414 Main Street.
PITI, Mil,
j ' Uivins
secured llic services ..( ' vise*.| w. i.ulwun.|i ? ms.M
\s Foreman and Manager, wtRre now pre- VANCE & ADAMS ind C. 0. KNOX L CO..
pared to do all kinds of I
Manufacturers ami Jobbers of
'"'"towni Boots and Shoes.
Encaustic, And Nf.l3DIII#lnSt.,V/lieeIlnfl,W.Vi
Stipple Work. J"8 We
will furnish estimates and take con- Peabody Insurance Co
tract? for Painting Public and Private
BaUdlng*. Builders and Contractors ore WHEELING, W.'VA.
invited to call on lis,
?v e are also prepared to do what this city I
lias long felt the need of, viz, l I'liiU I'p t'apilttl - fr W''"*1
Genuine Kalsomining,
iliks, end on Cirgo tlika on W fit cm w?i' "
By means of ttkich all erackti in walls and
ceilings are entirely obliterated. [,jHECTORS:
OUR P1UCK-J_WILLI1E AS I.OW A8 Aloora I-oilM. | A. M. ?*
w vuaoioiani WiTil GOOD WORK, s. P. Hlldreth, Ale*. I*"*11 :i
Jobn L. lUcf, C. A. Wing"1'r
a (if nam n nnn Irwin. AL0!izo lr"'
A. W. PAULL&BRO., j v-u
11-12 Main Street, 1 F YOU WANT
fe23 Horkdrook's Block. *
u?? ?
banned (jooili, Foreign and DotdmUc Fiulti, Tobacco*,'
ClArn,Tea*. Cbceav. Ac. , .
Also, manufactuukrof (fandim, 25 and 27 focrtkksth
Ho. 1324 MARKET STREET. "1 ...
?p27 , Whttllng.W. Vi. ^iHORTHAUI) AND \ tKHAl'
iltluoa ihould acquire Phonetic aiioriu*""
BRACE, 8U8PKNDBB d SKIRT SUPPORT- enlfrt^oo aJtuaUcw.
BR COMBIKKD. WrlM?o ImUucUoo bf mil. J""
,G1'2 market St.. BILOW rOSTOFFICf. nSorcphy, Ac.) P. O. Box !?, BeUalrr, OU? #
mri0 Blnitruvtlon Bwki 09c ctcb.

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