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NATLUUiY, AUG 1ST 1, \H77' Ml
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\\ but Work logmen t'nn do lor on
Tlieuihi'lvetv. 0Ui
During the present railroad uprisings the
throughout thu countrj and the rioU that 8U|
have followed in their wake, a great deal em
of cheap ntufl has been uttered bjr both p0i
uninformed and designing persons in re* pel
gud to the whole question of labor. j,rl
The true friend of labor is the citizen on|
who under all circumstances advocates mo
correct business principles, and its great* mo
est enemy is the demagoguo who misleads mo
:> 1-- a ,? ?? -i
It uuuvr mo guiae VI ?u urouiutu ^unu ui j\tll
sympathy. ilij
There is no (act more familiar to the ehi
daily observation of all intelligent eyes tht
than that, an a rule, it is in the power of ?hi
every man who is willing to work hard no
Tor ?Jew yearn, willing to deny himself jn(
in the matter of expenditure*, willing to Vci
be temperate and upright in his manner nu
of life, to secure something ahead in the jjf,
world, which something if prudently cn(
husbanded is bound to grow in valuo and orj
prove at last a reliance in daja of ad* C0]
ersity. ?'tJ
Akin to this well known fact is another ?ol
fact equally familiar to observing men, vii
and it is that wealth generally begins to tic
melt away and become redistributed to Bp,
the masses from whence it came, once it
parses out of the hands of those who mi
earned it. Bo decidedly is thi/i the law
of all politicarand social economy that the
legislative ingenuity of monarchial countries
has been taxed to dcvine ways by
wiucti weaim couiu uo eniaueu on iue
heads of families. And, yet,despite iucIi 1*1
legislation, wo aro constantly reading in
the English papers sketches of noblemen ^
who have squandered their life interests m.
in van! entailments, and become poor for Y
lack of available means. The career of
the present Prince of Wales in this resped
is well known to all newspaper 'Jjj
readers, as is also the careers of many i><
other men in J>igh position in Great
Britain. Money naturally, by a divine
law, as it were, llowu away from those
who have not earned it. Fortunes are like
the clonds that constantly absorb tho
moisture of tho earth and redistribute it wt
in the ehape of rain.
The great undeilying fundamental J^J
trouble with most all men is that they *?
arc not willing to comply with the con* u
ditiona prescribed by the Almighty as
preliminaries to the ucquidition of a
atart in life. It is tho very fewest nuin- cu
ber of men who are willing to deny their
passions and appetitea. All that they
have will they willingly exchange, in 1
most ease*, for the grstiGcation of those
two great enemies to health, wealth and
real enjoyment. It is well known that fv
enough money is spent by the working 1$
masses of this country in the matter of ^
strong drink alone, to pay the intercut on
all the national, stale and city debts of f?
the country, and support, in addition, nil It
the schools and many of the charitable ^
institutions of the land. It was estimated pv
in 1873 that $700,000,000 were sj>ent, ut Wi
retail alone, for liquors, and that the loos ed
in wuges and time among employers and l*'
employes amounted to $300,000,000 more. ^
And yet strong drink is only one of the
ways in which meu who labor waste their ol
means. Solomon says that the man who 1,1
loves "oil and wine" shall not be rich, (Jj
meaning thereby that the man who i* j.(
given to indulgence, and who cannot for wi
the sake if the future forego indulgence, ^
when the real trouble comes to le exam* p<
ined, is at the bottom of almost every el
man's financial difficulties. They who
will not aave something when they can, m
and put it by lor a reason of hardship, like cu
that through which wo are now passing, he
will always experience peculiar depriva- ^
tioiu. There is no patent plan by which w
this result can be avoided. All theor- nt
ixing that overlook* as a prime necessity fa
the practice of industry, frugality and Ha
temperance on tho part of every man
who earns money by his work, is simply a to
delusion, and amounts to nothing worthy ui
of serious consideration.
There aro in tho city of Wheeling n ^
large number of people who a few years J,
ago were employed in various industries, m
and who have achieved a competence and m
some few of them wealth. Thcro is one C(,
very prominent manufacturing establish- tli
went in our midst, every original utock- ti
holder of which was an employe of the j j
concern. They came here from Pitts* tj,
burgh, where they had all worked fur pi
others for sererul yearn, and where, by ui
the practice of the virtues we have untiled,
they had each saved *ouie money
ahead. The amounts wero fiuall, but th
they were sufficient by the aid of the in- ?t|
dustry, skill, frugality and integrity with ^
which they were accompanied, to injure es
n grand success in aperies of year?. They bu
resolved to pay small salaries, to watch of
caretully over their expenses, to take an Fc
individual interest in the common object ua
bofore them, and to never put on the mar- hIi
ket any work that would injure their be
reputation. To these principles J.'J
they religiously devoted themselves, nc
and it followed, an a law of the m
universe, that success crowned their us
afT.trta TliMrt mi?n hud nil nf>on aitma.
thing of atrikea in their time, and they
had all come to know that atrikea were ni
at belt but a poor reliance for permanent in
relief from the difficultiea that beset
working men. Thej saw,as one of them ha*
said in our hearing, that the beat reliance
waa to "<alt down" some of their earnings,
and thus be ready, when an opportunity K'
occurred, for an investment in connection
with their labor. Had these men been cj,
satisfied to go on earning waged forever, de
trusting to good times and good luck to l!*'
get along from one year to another, and
carelessly spent their wagea for "beer 30,
and billiard*," and in pleasuring around lit;
the country during parti of the year, l{11
they would have remained just as depen- 1 '
. ucuv a? ?uv/ nwiu ?ii mnr carij Tear?, anu oil
would never have accomplished any of of
the result* which they have achieved for *01
themaelve* and others. Why did not many ??(
more of their friends and acquaintance*, pe
(fellow-workingmcn,) follow their exam- su
pie ? Simply for the reason we have at
given, that moat men will not deny themselves
of what they esteem a present pleas* B0{
ure for a greater result in the distant re]
and uncertain future. The motto of the j*e
ancient Sadducees is really the [motto of
most people in this world, albeit they j0
would not admit it, Tix?let ui live whilo wc
do life; let as eit and drink, for torrow
we die; let the future take cart
itself.
iVe do not, in pretesting this view ol
labor question, ignore anj other view
it thai involve* duties and obligations
the part of employers. We do do not
[uit employers of their just responsiities
to their employe*. Not by ant
ans. The point that we wish to imprest
the many working men who daily read
r columns, is that the chief remedy for
i ills that always have and always will
round the relation of employer and
ploye, is the achievement, aa far at
uible, of a certain measure of inde?
idencoon the part of the latter by the
ictice of industry and self-denial. Nol
j does any man thus become a better
re valuable, more desirable, in faci
re iadiapenaable employe, but be al
ist certainly opena up a way to profi
1 position in bia business. We reai
it tho "recompense of a man'a bandi
ill bo rendered unto him," and agait
it a man who in diligent in busineai
ill aland among men of influence ani
t "among mean men." These are thi
:entivea that tho Author of tho Uui
me has placed before his creaturea ai
>tivcs to practice the virtues thatadon
a and advance aociety. The experi
co of all history, as respects the ameli
ition of any lot whatever in life, i
utaincd in the accepted truth tha
ia end* IipIii tliniA wlio hftln thorn
vea." The greateat factor in any ind!
lual'a success if, savo in rare excep
inal cases, bin own efforts, and, generall
taking, the inan who is true to an intel
;ent ami honest purpose in hi* buainea
\ke* :i AticceHH for himself.
OLD RAILS AJII SAILS.
rttrrlrom C oI.Totroll in Kcgar?
to 111* Patent lor Coiivcrtlu]
tlie Former into the Latter.
iaxnjntnlllrffnccr:
I'liave ?een in a newspaper the follow
d statement, credited to your journa
ease republish it together with there
iuk* which 1 have appended to il
our article is quoted as follow*:
.A manufacturer at Wheeling, West V.i, It rt
itril t??be making a good quality of nalW fromol
lv .Sample* err WttO low daya alnio shown i
i ( diet! of (be Viheeling IMBLUOKSCRR, nut (
licit wen* nuilc out of rails, pure and ilia j Ie, in
it out o( thru? parts r*Ua and oou part rauel
ie.r am pr-<nouoccd good and aro smooth nu
ig'h uu<i drive weli. 1 his process of uiakin
Lie, we learn, avolus theproceu of boiling lroi
e rolHarnaut and pilot for the heatlug fui
lik-t ao much muck bar, and bjr tho uk of
x tn the heatlug procosa are welded and inader
Unable, ductile uml cloM textured In the ah?
1 < nii m uiuch piled muck. Nail plate Isthi
ide |5 2.'? |>cr toa cheapirthan out of plglro
tlch has flrtl lwcn rnuku Into muck bar. Thl
ring sap tho IKTELUOMXCIR, Is of Itself a bl
itlt, atid will, If auccnnful, revolutionize the ol
thod. No inill t in afford to puddle Iron wbc
lining this flux old rails or pl< Iron can bo cue
rtcd direct luto null plate. 1 lie earno paper mjti
io: "Wo htcljr mention*! that Colonel Powrl
waking ualiat tho UcIItIiIo mill out of the ol
li aud uniwlghtb muck lion, and tbat he cUia
have an a Wantage eiual to $U p?r ton for pi
Mai. If this turru out to bo the cuv, the fui
tvs will not hare much to do for aome timet
tue, Inasmuch as It Is estimated that there ai
ough el l rails In thocountry to run all the mil
r several years."
The nail manufacturers of Wheeling
ittsburgh and the entire West hav
'.own (or pome time that I hare bee
anufacturing nails in the Bellevill
ail Works out of old rails largt
since the 1st of Novembei
I7t5. It is also generally know
at the process of manufacturing nail
it of old rails, as invented by myself i
vered by Idlers patent (189-405, applie
r Dec. 29,187C, issued April 10, 1877]
id also known that up to tho time u
e experiments made by myself to us
d rails in the manufacture of nails, tha
ery attempt proved unsuccessful, am
is abandoned. Hence all who exprese
an opinion about my cflortH in tha
rection, predicted failure. Even you
vn columns contained a warning, sum
me since, to Wheeling manufacturer
;ainst attempting to make nails out c
d rails, or against running off afte
range cods in the matter of makin
iilH, thereby jeopardizing the good rej
ation of the Wheeling nail* in the mai
rt. My lift? experience in the practies
[irking, of iron was fully corroborate
r my experiments in the ti?o of old rai
\ias noon convinced that the rail in it
!f netn)p?! nut nnlv a ilux to recure
frfect wciil, malleability, ductility ar.
ofc texture, but that for the rutjuidit
taliliert for good nuila it needed the nil
tion of strength and body to mako th
lil lough and nlitT, which a ilux ulon
mnot impart. Hence I say withou
citation, that all who attempt toobtai
good re*uIt out of the uie of old raild b
ill lind the result unsatisfactory. Th
tainmcnt of a i*rfect weld, smooth sut
ce and good appearance are all necei
try and important, yet they are not th
out import requisites. In my eigh
onths experience, devoted energeticall
i the full development of the practica
lilization of old mil in the manufactur
nails, alter having made 74,000 keg
uder my patent, and after having dit
>sed of and distributed them through S
ouh to the Southwest and Xorthwes
id being able to hold our trade with n
uch certainty as any of our compel;
ts, I l'evl that under my patented pro
1 have attained absolute success, an
mt uiy patent covers the principle et
re that in involved in the successful in>
old rails in the manu fact tiro of nailt
ence any attempt to avoid the recogn:
.n of my |iatcnt by infringing upon th
inciple* fully covered therein by mar
iicturers will bo met promptly.
Progression is the watchword of th
;e, and although my process, as we
>w, seems to Iron men as simple as di
e act of Columbua in making the eg
?nd upon the sharp end to those wh
itnesscd it, nevertheless the result
ive been reached through the aid of a
perience of forty years in tho Iroi
isine*s. The use of the immense stocl
old rails in this country is a matter o
i littlo moment. Tho trunxfnriuatinn r
into nail* secured its final and absolut
c. Its conversion into nails or ligh
ect is its only legitimate use. Itcanno
safely uied for any purpose where it
oduct is subjected to tho blacksmith'
c and anvil. 1 offer its use to all, bu
t without money or price. It is ai
iportant invention, and the fact t hat th
o of old raiPas the base of stock used
tho substitution of 56,000 lbs. of ol<
il and 3,000 lbs. of wrought scran, am
)00 lbs. of pig-iron as a proportionat
ixturc, cannot now bo found operate*
any nail manufacturing cstablishraen
the country other than tho Bellvilli
orks. Yours, respectfully,
W. II. Powell.
BclUiltc, 11U., July 31, 1877.
rgulation of Internal Coui
incrcc.
Step by step the Government is advan
lg in accordance with a growing publi
uiarn), to assutno a partial control o
5 railroads. A volume containing sta
we* reiaurg 10 uie internal commerc
the country, for tho year ending Jun
, 1870, ha* ju^t been issued from th
ireau of Statistic*, and the light i
row* upon the aubject wilt atrengthei
j tendency to State interference. Fei
ople would imagine that the value o
r railroads is $3,000,000,000, while tha
the vessels engaged in our foreign trad*
eign and American veMela included, i
ly 5200,000,000. Thore is cn the ver
re of tui* fact a danger to the country o
rmittiug ao vast an amount of capita
nk in such an agency a* railroads to t>
the unrestricted command of prirat
rporations. It ia powerful either fo
od or evil, and care must be taken tha
tue of the abuses of the put will not b
peat#d,or that new abuses will not b
veloped. In these columns attentioi
a been drawn from time to time to th
:t that the profits of capital are moitl;
pendent upon the prosperity of th'
>rking men. The producers are th
great consumers. We find tbb indirect* |
> ly bat all the more itronslj and iurprisingly
confirmed bythe figures given in "C
, the volume above mentioned. The eati* i-'
raatwl value of tho commodities carried ^
by the railroads in 1870 was $18,000,000,i
000 while that of our foreign commerce an
was only $1,121,000,000. There ought to _!
' be no KKMMibilitj of plaving fast and loose r
' with the railroad*, and itninenae interests L
' which depend upon them. The above i
i figures show how easy it ii for unscrupu- no
[ loui directors to injure the welfare of
every family in the land, and explain ah
how noon the effect of a war between rival r
1 corporations or of united rapacious do- H
1 mands of railroad directors is felt in .
, every department ol industry and com* "T
merce. It must not be thought, however, "T
that the adjustment of freight or paason* . '
s ger rites bj the State, as an advance to* t
I Binl mnra onmnlaU uniiUlInx >V,. a.
railroads, is oppotod to the welfare of the
J real owners of these roads. rj
Municipal Debts and Taxation.
t Hon. Willim Lawrence made a speech u
| the other day at Urbana, Ohio, in response
to a serenade, in which he said:
"Oar material interest* in Ohio demand
1 that wo shall check the rapid increaso of ?
i municipal debts and local taxation. r|
I There will be cases where the public in- -*
terests require the crcation of such debts,
but their rapid increase, as also of local
' taxation, has become alarming. It is not 00
i practicable to go into statistics, but I may
, say that the debts of this character in the
Union have been estimated at half as J
much as our national debt. The high y
' rate of interest paid on many of these in- 1
creases the cost of money for all business
t purposes, and imposes heavy burdens in pi
taxes. The high rate of taxes in our villages
and cities keeps out and driven out ()
population, capital and manufacturing JJ
- enterprises, which cannot prosper under
m 3 per cent, of taxes. This leaves capital ?
' -J.i - .?.i u /
. ??" Mvpuinwuu uusuipiw;s", ?
not hesitate to emigrate. Two yearn ago v.
' a farmer near one of our cities, seeking
to relieve age from care, sold hid farm
for $20,000, intending to loan bin money ^
at interest. lie found that if he went into
the city hiH taxea would be $000 a year
j lie left Ohio for a lees taxed .State, and _
- we lost a Republican voter, his capital,
and tho taxea he would have paid if |
they had been lesa onerous. Ohio has
lost half a million of people, who have
I* left it or been kept out by high taxes,
* besides untold millions of capital which A'
.* now might be inreated in manufactures,
in mining, in building, and other pursuits, ?
giving employment and good wages to ?
j multitudes of mechanics and laborers who V
it are now unemployed or inadequately paid .
>f for "their services. Labor is the fource |L
of all wealth, and our policy should be to
ii secure employment for all, with wages
i which by industry, may give a competenL*
cy for all."
a
? \ Cake and IMe IJiot In ChicuKo. I
js From the Chicago Tribune.
n A lot.of ragged urchins, to the number
? of about a hundred, paraded the streets, U'
j headed by one with a tin-pan by way of
Q drum, which ho was beating with two F
J," niecea of lath. They bore a huge paper \t
ii iianrup an via i nui'ri luii I iKn
J word*:
u jSj
r" { WE DONT WAST BREAD, j J'
J I WE WANT CAKE ASD PIE, j
OB BLOOD!! 1
S. .!
l
e ANNOUNCEMENTS. x
r, OUPERINTENDEKT OF COUNTY
n O SCHOOLS.
8 Editors I.ttkluokxcui Plcaae nnnouoco at Tc
8 ai a candidate forth* office of County Superintend- jfl
j eat of School* in Ohio county at the election to
i take i?!nco on Tueadiy, August "th. dfl
'j JjSO-dAw BROOK3 HEDGES ?u
e gUPJiRISTENDEKT OF SCHOOLS. T1
j Enrrora Ixtp.luoexcze?I hereby announce ur
injii It >n r cxndlditff for le-clectlon to the office
nf Kurort ntcnrient n( Krhnnla of Ohln Cminiv at
t tint cumin/ clrctlou.
r }jrwl9*liul,213? JOIIN C. FAUI8. L
e Rc
' ENCINEERINC.
,f cat
I CIVIL AND MECHANICAL IS
: ENGINEERING E
II HI tHE RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE. K
,1 HOT. H. Y. g
| Iu8tn;ei:'?n very practical. AdraatiKes utwur- Co
in?*-' hi ihu i-ountry. Graduate* obuin ex?>l- r?j
3 lent pur iMctu. B>upena S<pt 13th. For the An- Fi
a nual lU^Istcr, o ntalnlng lmproYod Courie of t\
,i MuJjr# an I fui. particulars, addreaa Prop. Fi
\VM. l. A dIMd, Director. IjSt Gj
1 ' "<
' rro Tin: voters ok oiiio counts. ?!
? 1 in
?
"r ELECTION. Jj
>. __ r
e I
iriwxl by lbs Board of ComtnlisJoncrs, July
|. 2J, lbT".]
e An f'rctlon will bo held on TUESDAY, Ao^iet K1
, 7ih, 1ST", for thepurpoeeof UBng tbe*?ie01 the
pmons quallOml to voto In Mid county for meta- \\'
y beisof tho Legislature of tho Htatc of Vfcat Vlril
ginta, upon the following quwllons: I
_ l>t. 1 be permanent location of the Capital of the I
Suto. ?
? 'i> 1. Whether they will anthorlican'additlona
(. subscription to 1* made in the name, and on U-h-tlf
t of th' said county of Ohio, to tho capital tloek q/ I
the I'lltilurgh, II hetliny ?fc Kentucky ftailoval Coin- Oi
t, party In a turn not exceeding tiltt uioumihI dollars as
ig i8oO OOu) f ir tho purposo of purchasing the mort- foi
gnge bonds of Mid railroad company, or auU<r11>- an
ing and jutying as c.nltal ltock of and company to inj
- l>? exchanged for niu bondj, thereby nidlng ukl ?p
(] railroad In lt? completion. ll
folia shall l? opened on the 7th day of Au^nt, i
l* 1877, comuiecclng it 8 o'clock A. m. mil cloaUig at ?
e &% p. v., nt tho following placea in saw outiolr, rln ?
?# In Liberty District nt Mrs IVaglo's.VaHey </ruv? ft
. at Wm. Irwiu'a, in Went Liberty, and iclwol boi*w x~
l" at Potomac.
0 In Hicbland District at Richland school houM
i. an?t Glenn's Km ?chorf houw.
In TfUdelnhU Dlatrict at llsnry Imm\ Trladclpbla,
at Wesley Robinson'a ami school bou*8fat _
0 li!wtb?:rwood, near toll house. V
n In Kttchle District at the stored IL D. Aamua. 1
1 In WcUtor District at United Engine lloinc. |
a Jn Centre District at the Guard Hoae Hou-e.
g In Unton District at the Atlantic EngtnoJIoUtt
u I n Clay District at tha Court llouso.
In Madison DUtrlct at tho Markat nouse._
in najatngion vutricmi tuu valiant Engine
n IIou?e.
n Je?ie. CHAi II. DEITKKS,
Uerk Board of Coramlsilonera Ohio County.
C^CommluIonr.' uflkv, July 3,1877.
JJIRESCO PAPER HANGINGS- SI
For Decorating Churches, Public Halls,
Store-rooraa, Private Dwelling*, 4c., at
A. W. PAULI. & BRO'd, H
jy.30 1142 Main street.
j^OOK HERE!
Another itock of those
Iron Stons China Sets for $3.25,
Juit received at
CUMMINS A WOODS',
augl 1142 Mnin Street. fj
pRESERVED FLOWERS.
Order* left at Hutching Mode ami Art
Store will receive prompt attentiou.
Please call and examine specimens.
1 No. 1321 Market Street, eil
1 augl Opera Home Block.
e Dr. Rleo'd'i Ettenct ef III# reitort* mxnbood
ana tb? vigor of youth to the moat shattered con- it
Rtltutiun lu lour wteks. from whatever uum nrlv
C Inn. Failure Impossible Beware of advertlwri )
t who otfer to-called frw Prescription* that are uk- ?
lew, aud tlnilly prove rulnuualy expeniive. What- A
ever hu merit tomt coat a (air price. 53 per oue. ?
f Jfcnt hr cxprwa anywhere. Hole A*cnt, ur. JOS'.
( Jacques, 7 Uolvenliy Place, Ne* York. I>rtigt
gUtoaupplla.1. ]yl" Tb
J J^JRS. SYLVAN US REED'S
' Day and Boarding Sobool fur Young Fr
Ltdlei, ~
1 No#. 6 and 8 Eait Od HU, New York. Fourteenth V
B year beglna October, 1877. French the language
0 of the icbooL Collegiate courw of four yeara. A
. Careful training In Primary and Preparatory ,
[ saL. I,,
: . VPTO T AT rtl? 1
C ^ 4IUII <UW A VI
GOSPEL HYMNS No. I, J
In 35,10 m<1 8 oeat edition*, Juit rocdr?d ac?l for I?
uUat
STANTON A DAVENroKTS,
?u|3 II Twtllth Si. ]
<EW ADVERTISEMENTS.
>EFORMED~EPISCOPAL CUtTBCH. ~
i be Bundir hchool ol the Reformed Eplacppal
urch ?U1 be omnlted at 9 o'clock U>*flMR?v
nilng In Wleeel Hall. All frtenda of tbt cauM
arueitly Invited to eime. By order nf
"?< COMMITTEE.
U1APLINE ST. M. E. CHUHCH.
> On Chapline 8t, bet. 23d and 24th.
'reaching br the putor, Vf. C Snodgraaa, to>
trow at 10:50 4. m. and 145 r. u. fcutijecU*nlcg.
Iba Cbtlatian Bace;" evening, "The
conciliation of labor and iat<IUl." But* fiae.
I are luvlltd. augi
10UBTH STREET H. E. CHUItCIJ. "
Hkv. A. C. UBOROB, D.D., I'm tor.
Vcarblng by the f*aU>r tomorrow taornlng on
he (.hrlitian'a Hope," and tn the evening on
he lierolo Uement In the (Joepal."
ftuMUf Hchool, Dr. T. 11. Logan. Buptrlnten.
it. it a r. m.
1)1 are welcome to ill the aerrlara. Uahera alja
la attendanca to thow alrangera and ruitori
wu. au|l
lENTd?
rwo 12x15 tend, with tlj. (or rent.
>ne buaid tent for rent (or Moundirllla Camp*
KtiDg, cuutnendng Auguit 21.
3ne lOiM not. with fl), tor itle.
Ja9 dnk rootu la Union U. H. cOce (or rent
JOHN DAILIE,
tugj 1200 Market atrnU
10 BUIPPKKS AND j
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC.
riie itrlka on Uie Baltimore & Ohio Ilallroad ti
v ended and train* ?ia running regularly. We
b now prepared to k!it quick Unit and loir ratca
i?iaeuK?ra and ihlppm.
1L T. DEVRIKfl,
iug4 Oaneral Agent.
)ICNIC? ~
St. Alphonaua congregation will bare a
cnio on Wheeling llill, at
Father Kreuach's Vineyard,
i the Cth tlay of August, for the benefit
N?w{Church windows. All nro invited.
RUg4
lhl'j&'L UPUUCUUA i?N
J
China, Glass and Queensware.
A large assortment of Wall Paper and
mcy Good* at bottom prices, at
JOIIN FIUEDEL'S,
angl 1130 Main St.
J AIIG A INS IN
CARPETS
t G. MENDEL, BOOTH & CO'S.
KcmnnnU at very low prieca. ang l
9 0Q F0R 0NE D0Z?N
:ine Card Photos
AT
aug4 _ 111001X8' GALLERY. _
^UN ME Ot'T, EH !
u rnailo amogeuicnia to accommodate thoto
wasting
llieap Photographs.
[ will guarantee to kItc a better cIats o( work for
tl.OO Per I>ozeii
i?n can te ha-J elsewhere for Jt.CQor $2 00 ntt
tta.
I will contlouo to make a superior quality of '
irk (or thoa.' who c*u apprrciatu Floe Art.
J A. II. PARSOKR,
?ug4 11C3 Market itrect, opp. McLurc Houw.
)0>TP0>*KMENT?
The Temperance Excursion
> Parkert*burr that wns to take nlaoe to* i
j has been postponed until next Satur17,
August 11th, owing to a minundrrinding
with tho Cnptain of tbc Htenmcr.
te Courier vrill leave tho wharf next Satday
at 7:!0 P. M.
ang4 COMMITTEE. ;
1ST OF LETTEIW?
J
raalnlng unclaimed In the P<xt Offieo at Wheel- I
t, Ohio county, W. Va., Saturday, Aujust 4th,
To obtain any of the following, tho appltit
must aak for adrortised letters, stTiog data of
rrettWra MomoPJr
tcliff Washington Mulligan Patrirk
wanEmrs Mandrn K J ward
oemcr A Uenry MIIN r Willi*
ownKadywis M.KmrloWM .
rter John Mclnu#h Mul lnuir* .
rren Fanny MuCulloiichBarUirtialst ,
ok Dr F }l ?win Sli.lcr miIm '
lien J PS libera A ui hour
ntioy J W I'nti aii Michel
ml 11 W Kld*eley Phcottf
iDDoQ Motile mill Hum Carl
itnan SI amy iniii Hmallwood L L
irringln niln or turs Wecl Agueta uirs
lehuun E uiisi Walkin Ubas M
irabsO WullAuthur
ighojanirs . Wrl'i Norah E mn '
xteby L It Wilson Jaraia
trick John Wther W U [
bnson Rachel mm Wilaon, ChlidiA Co
C. J. RAWI.IXO, P. M.
POR CINCINNATI AND, fr-?
1 Intermediate Pointa. iSttipkU
The ncrr aM awlft Paiscngcr Steamer m
Uh>'fit* ??Wji. M. Ijjt, Muter. "
. ku? D. Lut, Clerk,
111 leaTe for the above oa Saturday, August 4,
3 o'clock p. M.
For freight or pamage apply on board or to
>u,3 C. 11. Wyrfll A SOS. Agenta.
"KYK-OPENKH9."
lIicrht C**p, Ilnrrlton Co., W, Va.?iftttri.
toby ?fc DvfJUhi, Wheeling: The Cataract Ulama
Kilt suit luy i-yea exactly, and. as 1 hare not bec
bwn able to read for year*. I aisure you they
i highly nriarU. What a comfort thcae long erni
j* t? l)e dilo to read No money would luy the I
ctaclea." The?ccvlebrateiHp?;t?rles. Walchra,
xks, Jcatlry, Ac., ranbo had at lUHMalu fc'L
IU*3 O.VTOnV .t DUU IKLP.
JAr.TlNSBUUG
CAPITAL
l/lass Meeting!1
AT
Capitol Square, !
iTUBDAY, AUOUST 4th, at o'clook
p. M.
Ion. John Blair Hoge,'
Hnn A R Rntolnr
iwiti * wutyaui j
AND
olonei Nadenbousch,
Will address the meeting.
The above gentlemen will apeak to the
lizeus o(
TWIADELPHIA
2 o'clock r. M, SATURDAY, August 4.
nug3
^GOOD ARTICLE 13
ALWAYS IN DEMAND.
? *??? iiMfcc a. i#. i^ngs irjuc
ooasU&tljr Inrreaalng. Iho MllJC lurnlihtd
m bli Dairy la olwaja a-<ct, frtah and pure. =
Ifndi try It ami aw? for youraeWw. autf ^
yiLLIAM EU3K1NE,
.ttoruoy at L n w. 1
)?t?oI tt,? UWa W R AUlnn, No. 1140 Oupc
itreet. Wheeling, W. V*.
iVIII practlc* In tb? Suu and Ffdanl Coorta.
BENJAMIN 8. AT.T.I8QN, NOTAIT PCBUC.
MBw u a bora. d?18 '
IANCY FLOnRS.?:0QBarT?l? 'Btllalr^MIUj," n
HtLouli; 100 Barrel "Uo.d Mtlal." Thcao
i tba bl*b?t rad? of Flour?not* bcttar In
irkeu Juat ncvlvod and for aal? by
US 11. K LILLY, 1SCJ ud Ull Main 31.
NEW ADVER1
UK SILKS
HI
Another Fall i
20 PIEC
Black Cro
JTTST BE
PROM A1
At Lower Prices than E1
nrn d ta>
ui?v/i ii. ini
J I'M! 12.
JiNSUR/i
PENN MUTUAL UF
OF PHILADE
>1VIOENDS PAID TO POLICY HOLDERS
OSSES PAID
ICCUMULATEO CAPITAL
SAML. C. HUE
HAML. E. STOKES, Vice President. I
n. S. STEPHENS, 2d Vice President !
Every Policyholder It i member of the
>nd privilege!.
It has declared more dividends In numb
lompany la the United States
It Is liberal In lis management, prompt 1
ROBERT W. TUCK:
IOFFICE, No. 23 TWfcLFI
^g*Agent9 wanted la every section of the
wholesal:
PORK IP.
iwn nri
'revisions, Sugars, Molasses, Syru
Sole Aget\t for the Dupont Pow
Non. 1300 and 1311 Mnli
WHOLESALE
C. dCLEBA>
LARGEST GROCERY AND FLC
Silver Lake Flour,
Golden Crown Fli
Re
iud various other Brands constantly in atocl
TO PROMPT
C. OGLEBA
iy7*o<l
flOLMN'8 AU|;13
S' Is marvelous in lt<
Liver and Stomac!
ctablo coopoundi
NEEDED, over tl
torpidity of the llv
uwer'PAD co.
""T^dz-Hasx. All lite dmggii
. JFl
ymaiAUUHOSpJAlBJJYI
RantedTo
borrow MOO to $800, on nil utat? '
neurit*, at a fair rate of interest.
Addreu W. T. B., IatelllS.no?r Office. .
JeSJ
JOSEPH H. SAGE. 1313
MARKET STREET, WHEELING,
Itptlra of til kind* of Stviof M?chlae, ?nJ i
A*ent for tfaa Lljht Kuaaloj ?
DOMESTIC 8EW1NQ MACHINES.
Oil, Si'ttdlM and Atu*5uacsu. jjgj
'ISEMENTS.
11 '
I I
IK SILKS!'
i
i
!
n Black Silks.
e
l
3BS OF
t
t
i
S
Grain Silk,
i
OBIVBD
]
[JCTION, j
i
ver Offered in the Citv.
J _ t
r
rLOR&CO.i
I
iNCE.
E INSURANCE CO.
LPHIA, PA.
Z TH T> 1 R 4 *7 '
14.234. Oil II
3.482.631 79 i
.... ~.. 6,878,108 29 i
Y, President.
JAS. WEIR MASON, Actuary.
HENRY AUSTIE, Secretary.
Company, entitled to all Its advantagss
er, and of a larger percentage than any ^
n Its settlements of losses.
ER, General A trout.
*H 8T., WHEELING, W. VA.
i State; also City Solicitor*. ap27
illy;
E GROCER, .
ACKER,
LER IN .. .
09, Rioe, Flour, Meats, &o., 4c.
der Mill, Patent Safety Fuse.
it St., Wheeling, W. Vh. i
1
i ? l
GROCERIES.
1 & SONS,
IUR HOUSE IN THE STATE.
our,
d Rose Flour,
Sugar River Flour
z, and will be aold on SHORT MARGINS
BUYERS.
Y & SOZNTS,
A.ND LIV ER PAD ]
prompt and radical cure for every species of
!i difficulties. It cootains only harmless vegi,
and U worn EXACTLY WHERE <
ic vitals, the Liver and Stomach. It remove* ?
cr, and aroutca the stomach from its dormant
mentation, torpor and pain, by giving it the
f bile and gastric juice. It also vitalises the (
i Nature's true tonic. It arrests all deterior- S
is fluids in the stomach, and thus prevents j
system by way of circulation. It absorbs .
3LOOD POISON, whether bllloos, malarial,
leaves the wearer In perfect health. Sent by
je, on receipt of fj. oo. Address, HOLMAN
, No. 68 Maiden Lsm. P. 0. Box 2112, N. "
rourth St., Cincinnati, 0.
takeep them.
Is tb* ssftitsnd tb* U?Uis IniUfiUatou In IU sr.
tic n. ud It producti tb? r**i BStunl sbtdti of
_Ustkorbn?D,do?jnetiUiu Jtt skin.sad Is full/
T trolled. ItlsasUadaH mMTfctlcn. and * f??or
*P?? tr wtM*MrtaM totUt fsr l*d? Of
U.iw?IH>,N.. f?u. j
?? c
JAMES L. HAWLEY, b
Morchandlio Broker
And KEAL ESTATE AQEST.
l*.L<*ni oegotlittd lor Undmrnl Borrowm.
1220 Stun STUUfT.
PRESCRIPTI O N" FR EE lan
or Excam. Adj Drualit bu ihe Incrtdlanu. 5
uSwJ?DR< ,AQUB * co" Clfte"?M?. 0 S
DRV GOODS.
i
.ook Out for Big Bargains!'
GREAT REDUCTION IN TltlCES OF
DRY GOODS,
CABPET8, OIL CLOTUS AND WINDOW
8HADEU, At
HENRY ROEMER'S,
No. 2006 Main Street.
Wo will rail lor th? nail thirty dajri our rntlrt
lock of good a at coat. Call and look at our gooda
md obtain jiricta. Our larp atock ol
Spring& Summer Dress Goods
MUST BE CLOSED OUT.
Look at our Drtsa Qoodi at 10 and 12Wc.
Elegant Dim* Ooodi worth 60c (or 30u
Drcn tiooda that coat St and 40c for Vf-e.
Eleont hJack and Whit? bummer Mlka for 76c.
All Wool Black Oaahmrre worth fcOc fur 63c.
Keadymada 8klrt? worth tl 00 for 79c.
Hoe Bilk bun UmUrtllaaat coat to cloae out.
Flna bhetland bhawli fur bummer wrar rtrr .
heap.
larpets, Oil Cloths & Window
Shades,
Cheaper than em before offered fn this cltjr.
Call and too our 20 yard* of Cfcrrat for 93 19.
Look at our lOo Flowered Can?t
00c Cirpet for 83 and 40c.
They are tuperlor to anything lo the city for the
irk*.
OOBSETS.
A good Coraet for 40,60 and COc a pair. i
The chtafcat and beat atock of CAbHMERES !
o be w?n anywhere, lood all wool, for 60c. The
**t aoods made from .3 to 23c per yard. i
0>n ai.il liwik at mir iliwW ..... .Ill ka Mn.
Inocd that juu cm aara monoj'tTj bujlDg jour ,
oodaat
HENRY ROEMER'S
i
No. 2006 Main Street.
Jc20 ]
PLUMBINC.CA8 FITTINC
rhompson & Hibberd.
1311 Klnrbcl Street. ,
PLUMBERS,
Gas and Steam Fitters, |
?AHDBRASS
FOUNDERS.
SOLE AGENTS FOB
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINE,
?inn?
[iuovlcN* Stonm Pump,
JkaUri in Inn, I/ead, Rnttr and Flue Piptt, Gum
Ifott, St'am Whiiltrj, 8(ram Gaugti, and
all kindt r/ Plumbert Goodt.
Having J tut moored to tbelr nrw and comraodlma
quartern, 1314 Market street, with a large atock
if the newt*! and handsomest designs of Cbandelers,
Bracket and Drop Ushts, nod Extension
Jbandelicm in Hronzo and (Jlu*; tho public are
n|<.*cUully iurtted to call aud examine thim.
rhelr goodi aw all new. Jy2
JIMMBLE A HORNBEOOK,
'lumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters,
)ea!en In Lead, Iron, Galvanised, Bteam, Water
ad Drain Plpea. Kwp constantly on Land a large
wort incut Brass Goods, HUaun and Water Guagea,
himrs and Gaa Fixture*.
tout aomm job wbbt timihu pob
JOLMAN'S CELEBRATED 8AS MACHINE."
SXXD FOR CIRCULAR.
1418 ??BKET STREET, WHEELING. WEST V?.
I'rompt attention glren to ordcra Irom adlatance
To Iron Mills and Engine Builders,
n%t!!S* PLD3IBINO and OAS
hlniNO establishment, a new and complete
BKAS8 FOUNDRY,
ind m now preptrel to nuke all ktnda ol Ml
ind Kutfne Hra* Ckitlngt at abort notice and ol
lie torj l**t quality.
TRIMBLE 4 HOKNBnOOK,
"* Ho. U18 Market itroeU
^emcTvau
UCWWCnrw DATrcunn
iikiiiikUkllj DAILOttbU.
Wholesale Jewelers,
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, SILVER WARE,
255 W. Baltimore St.,
Je2# BALTIMORE, MI).
JACOB W. QRUBB,
JEWELER,
(rocccsfoa TO IIXXNKOKN, DATES A CO.)
Fine American ami Hwlas Watcliis, Jewelry,
diamonds 8usrllng kilter and Shvcr PJnletl Ware,
'arlor, Gfflcv, Dining Room and Kitchen Clocks In
arjo variety and low prices.
JACOB W. GRUBB,
je27 11M MAIN HTBKET.
The Arnonaut Mills.
v 1
PORMHRLY
rHE BRADLEY WOOLEN MILLS
UASCFACTUKK
Yarns, Jeans and Flannels.
YARN EXCHANGED FOE WOOL.
DALZELL 4 LIST,
mr29 WnKRi.iNO, W. Va.
JJNDERTAKING.
BURIAL CASES OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES.
COBPSE8 CHEMICALLY rBEdEHVED.
CalU anawered at all hour* from the Store.
WM. ZINK & SON,
furniture and Carpet Booma, North End Centr*
Wheeling Market. 1*2/
SM sISO.
Will get One Doxon fine Sallo'Finish
?ard Photograph! at Plammcr's Gallery,
iatiafaction guaranteed. 113S Main street,
lornbrook'a Block, between 11th anil 12th,
Vhceling. _ jy25
MiiiLS, FRKW ? CO.,
BOOK BINDERS
?AHD?
BUNK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
r,^ITi^Tpor?1 *!,?"wUh II" bat material <
Unv.^ . .i0r ?link Kx'kMuchii.rgurd br <
SS5 ^ Corpomloni, tall road* an>l Met- '
. i UP?D thort notlcfl. and In ihn in oat ,!#-!r..
n *ofkmimllke tmbocr.
u?Ulotami matimprored nmrhl- .
111,1 wawlUrtndw entire
mJE i w aU ?bo laror ua wllh their ordora.
JiS roWlodi ol cmr de- I
BlpUoo bound Id neat and durable rum tier.
MILL8, FREW A 00., ,
No*. 23 us 17 Fouxrxnmi St.,
iS! whekuko. w. Vi
GUSH-MACKEREL, No.. 1,2 and 3 !
, ,l?,?^?1'.H.IIB?tT.lj.ndKIU. Lake liar- .
Of la Ball and Quarter lUrrell. Ball Watar llar??
In Banal. and Hall Uamla. In alora and .
*?l.br M. RL1I.I.Y,
1109 and 1311 HaUi lit.
GENERAL NOTICES.
gTATB OF WmVIKOim.
Ill (he Munlclj*! Court of Wheeling, ?
LB. Jordan, AJmlclitntor if theeataUnf r,;radCotts,
drceaxxj, Tt. OrursH u, irj
ct aL la l hancrrj.
. By virtue of decreoef the Municipal Cotmoi
IVhfdllu, mad.'anil entered In th? t'tiiiiiJ
'?u*. on tb? 'UA daj of July, A. 1). 1177, It !
[?rwl to th? undtriLnpd, t'ommlinl .ucr ?,f uu
Court, to taka, a ate and report:
l?t An account belwMn the aald plaintiff u-<
jther p?riM.
2d l o tlx a day lor aUllog an account bei*,..,
the parties.
huricM la hvrrbr given I bat I have fitd un
Tuesday, Auguat 2111b. IB77, at 10 o'click a. m. ,
the tluie, and my ifflie, No. 102 Chapline itnVt
Wheeling, Weet Virfclnla, aalhe place to aamuln
and >Uie the mature In Hid derrvc m?nti/>n?i.
W. J. W, COW DEN
CommUaloner of the Municipal Court d Whtei.
IB* J j *4
JJOTICE TO CREDITORS.
To the creditors of Conrad Cotta, dcoeaacd.
In f urauanwcfa decree of the Municipal Court
ol Wheeling, made In a mum therein iwodlrs, t0
aubjeet t ho ited oaUte of the aald Conrad t orn t.
the pay meat ol hie debts, you are required tot**,
aent your dalma agalnat tne aald Cuurad ,
W. J. W. Cowden, Ootnmlaaloner, at hit ofin la
Wheeling, Weat Virginia, on or beloto Auguat 4th
1877.
Wltneea. Thomaa M. Parrab, Clerk of aald Coor
this 23d day of July, 1877.
1UOMAH M. DARRAII.
Jy21 Clerk of raid Court
PDUCATIONAL
pITTSBURG II
FEMALE COLLEGE.
Elegant Bnildlngt. Eight departments. Twfc-.r.
two teacheri,-el?vco la tb?
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
Conneited with the College. Puftrlor edvastagu
la French, Merman, Drawtnf, fttutiag, Vocal im
Instrumental Muiie, Netdlo Work. Work, it
Charm lea* than any ichofal la too United m?u?
iflurdlng iqual advantages and accuimuodit:uji
Call lerm opena kept ember Bih
scud to ukv. i.e. rMuuixu, d. n.i'ituburgh,
Pa , for a Catalogue jyl'?roliw Pjj
^ELECT BCnOOLO
No. 15 TniRTBusm Sr.
MIsW NEWUAM begi to Inform her friend?*r,d
Ihn public that It la hw Intention to continue I n
School at the above addreaa. tour*el Ituliaetnn
Include* Preach Ml* N. wou d be pleaaed to add
lo the cumber of puplli now studying with her id
preparatlen for College. Louoaa la Frenchdutln;
the vacation.
Tkbih?110; puplU under twelve 97 60
|yVTn,ThA3
p A LTIMOHE FKM A LE OULLE J E, endow, d b; f!
D the flute of Maryland, hu new building*,
imple zronnda, good apyar.tua, and able Faculty,
rhe 60th Mml-?nnu?i aweioo opens heouuui
10th. IJoard and Tuition IttJ to $2fl6 yrr year.
Ju24 N. C. BKOOKS, LL D . Pmldent.
gTATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS.
A meeting of the EUto Board of Ex
iminers for the purpose of examining can
dldntea for Profcaaional Certificate a, will b<>
hc!d at MAUTINSBURO, Berkeley county,
the 28th, 29th and 30th of Auguat, daring
the stMion of tho Btnte Teachers Assorialion,
appointed nt that place.
W. K. PENDLETON,
jy2l President of the Board. I
QI1IO WESLEY AN UKlVEKSll'Y,
DEL A WARD, OHIO.
BEV. C D. PAYNE, D.D., LL.D., PaxaUMBi
Clasolcal, Scientific and Biblical Counts. Set
uial Cour*??( twojear*. Prrjnntorj Uepartmetit.
Ladles admit led to College i 1 <sms. lultloii ur i
all Incidental few not to excced ten dollars ns
term. Board and rooms tery low. Fall Term Ugin*
Sept. I'Jtu. Entrance Examinationijept. 1 jth.
For Catalogues, Ac , addrtaa the president. cr
fro! E. T. NELSON, h!9
:
FOR SALE.
gXECUTOIi'S SALE.
Hip underslcncd, Execntorof lie hut will ar.d
teMauieut of N. C. Arthur, deccatcd, Mo . I tfco
city ol Wheeling, W?t Virgil Ik, hcrcliy gl?w r<tlco
that by ririuo of tho provisions ol mid mil,
bo will, on
(SATURDAY, JULY 2S, 1877,
oorainencioic at 10 o'clock a. at the f.outd*rd -j
tho Court House of Ohio county, in tho (Ity ui 3;
Wheeling, oflerfor sale at public auction tf.r fol- j
lowing deter I bed real estate, to-wlt: 1 ot numU-rcd
thirty-tiro (SA)lu Urahatn'a addition to tlieulil
city of Winding, altaate on the north tide of 1 ifteenth
atrect, Utween Eoll" and Jacob ?tieet?, excepting
about tlx feet 0' the west ?ldo of Mid lot
extending back wenty-four (74) feet, which wai
Bold by tho wild Arti.ur. .Sal.1 lot now front* on
Fifteenth street about fifty-four feet, and extend*
back to tho nller. There is cteetiu on this lot a
large brick dwelling house, supplied wlib ind ru
conveniences, and Is a most tiealrahlc t<rop?rt?.
When a sale la m<idu tho conveyance will Include
the widow's dower rtyht In the proputr. Tciicj
madekLO*n on day ol aale IVnous dnlriug u
examine tho pioperty will call on thout.de.rigncd.
Jja 1C. U. BAKU, Exccuur.
The hlovo rale l? adjourned nnlll Hilurdaj,
September lit, at 10o'clock a. m.
]j80 It O. HARP., I.IMU'T I
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF V.\M"
ABLE PROPER IY.
Stile of W(et Virginia.
lu the County Court ol Ohlorocoty.
W. R O'Neill
VI.
Virginia II. Wheat et al. In Cbacccr;.
By vlrtuo of a docreo entered In the alow
tied cause on tho 2)d d-y of June, A I?. 1S77. tU
understood, who wan appointed epcdal
doner fur the purp w, will tell on
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST Wtb, i. D. ir:.
commendrg nt 10 o'clock, a. m., at the frcntj
of ihe Court iiouao ol Ohio county, West Viryu.
the following described real catatv, that I.? tu?!
All thrt Jot or parcel tf ground dcscriUd
numbered onolu tquaro twentvnlie In the|>-4S('
tho addition to the city of Whaling bid o n f?
Charle* T. Churchill, trukteo lor Ernt y A 1 v
and called Kucna Vista aildlt.on to itirniJri'?, r
the rame being sixty feet front on Twelfth nut .
nnd extending tack the mdic width one [
feet, together with all ar.d atngulir tlir lieit<ll?
menu nod appurtcnancea thereto talougloRw:: ?'
any wlio apjieitalning thereto On the w.?t i* >B
of tali lot thero In an alloy U n feot in wMtc <? ;
tending talk tho full deptn of the m:J 1u\ j
feet <,f which alley belong to thi< raid lot, ?i J
Is understood and agreed lh?t the m!J nli. y
ta krnt open perpetually for thoaecouitmxliti-n '
the dtfli.-r.nt premlata to which the aaw ItlotA
Tkk*s Of fAl.K?One-third or oiorc If the J*'* J,
cbaMtr no elect cash in band; tho balance in i*u
equal Installments at ono and two tVit-1' ]
chas-r giving notes hearing Interest, with S*>11*1'
ponal Kcurlty, for tho deferred pay iutt.it.
W. J. W. COIVPFN.
J j21 Spt-c lal Cotmwia i
m&UcTF.E'S HALE OF V.U.UAUU'
1 PROPERTY.
Bjrvlrtuo of a Deo] of Trust roaJe I7 l 'h- '
??a?ng ana i*arah v. licking, til* .
denlgncd Truitw, dated Way J7lb. ;
record among tho land record* ?if OJ 'orocr.:.'.
Weal V ireinta, In Deed of Trust LvoX -\ 1
523, 1 will ou
SATURDAY, the25th day of Augti#?, 1?~.
Beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho lf-ut
the Ccurt House of Ohio county, ?U
auction the following doKtiUvl |<ro|*rty r?'
ay: All that portion of fqusn-nurnUrf11"1' '
in (ho addltiou to the city ol Wheeling L11"
hoah Taut, and called Iwllaire additl a. miltion
being houudiM as fclluw*: Commrwip*?'4
point ou the north ?l<le of Thlrttenih {l*w!
Hampden) street, at the difUlon line !?: < a
property formerly ownol byScbl.ni I'Jt\r
the property oi (Jeorto W Juhn?oD,
Is marked by a line of brick wt on ?dK? l*|*"
tbe parementaon aald street in froni <>f ?|J I''
portiM, and ia distant froui tbe nurtb'- ??
1'Hrtemth and Ecfl streets witw-rdiy ?'
Uentb one hundred and niurtj?thrir ( ?' '
?Tcn indies; thence ruDuli'glii a noil'"'J
rcctlon with aald division line cne bin driJ
twenty-one feet fourand ono-hslf iuchcstja j'
ou the hack or south boundary line of A. * p
i/ m |<l1/> WHICH (Willi II UI1UI"
trcctln indirection of thr north bum-hrr
of Koblcaki llrady'a property out hunlwd
nlnety-ono feet fire and one-fourth ln?b<?
runntn* wcatwardly with the dlrKtioo of
north boundary lino filty-nloe fert t<i> cm* 1 '
on the rear of A. W. K.'lly'? brick lUblr. ?
mark la diatant from Koff itrert alon* wi'l 11 '
boundary lino one hundred ami thirty!*";
Bte and one-fourth inch**; thence runnlr.. ?
wardly one hundred and twenty-one' '<" '11 tt
one-half Inches to a point on the north -
Thirteenth atreet dlntant from th? oonhrart rj
of 1 birtconth at d EofT itreeU on* huiiOr'-l thirty-two
feet a?*eu Inches and theoce r ^in
an uuteriy direction alon* Thirteenth
ilzty-one feet to the piaw of be*lnninj:.
IMnic the ninn rrut?rty cotiveytd wH' ,
Bocklnc by *>Lleakl brady an t wile l>y 1 '*
November 17th, 1871, recorded in Book If, P??'
of the Ohio county land rrcurda. . .
7 bo title la believed to be perfect, bnt I "
vey tuch title u la vtiltu in mo Lytte ?!?' > ?
Uuat. . ...
Twuiiior SALK-One-thlrd.cr mere If t&'.f ;
chawaoelect, caah lo band; the bal?n e ? 1
pqual Inatalluenta at one and two yean, tt'i _
cbaaer jtlvln* negotiable notei heartr*!"'*"*1- Ihedav
of aali>lurth? ilrforrnl i..irm?cl4
W. H CALDWJilL, T,,ii
W. J. W. OowDKf, Solicitor. l- L
JOHN C."8C1IULTZ,
PLAIN AND ORNAURyTAl*
SLATE BOOl'K11'
No. 110 Eioutijuiui Ht***1'
111 onlm promptly atUodeJ to. **
y doM and warranted.
REFINED SUGARS?600 BAKKE^ |
LVCruihed, Powdcrtd. OrtnuUUd. <?*?*; ]
fcJIj* In uor? and far wft at lo??? .^Vm!
iL itpu.LY, ijv# and 1111 c

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