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I1" REV 4 CAMPBELL, I
rU1LUUUM AKO rBOrURDBS.
TrfitDAViA^UAT T, 1877.
TlieHardwhlpaof Coal Miner* lu
tlio Fenii;Iv?Bla Coal Keglon.
We ire bappf to know (hat the men
who laJne coal ia the icJnity of Wheeling
hate rerer ret experienced the hard*
shi|M of tho*e who arc employed In the*
anthracite region* of Pennsylvania. In!
that region the coal trade luu been great*
the financial straits of the leading coal
mining and carrying compasiM hare
proved that the work of mining coal has
been overdont. 80 long u an artificial
combination;k#pt; op the price of |coal
beyond the normal rates, the mine owners
could pay wages which afforded a decent
iirirg to their men. Bat when the
combination fell to pieces, as it was certain
to do, and active competition re*
duced price* and profits, many of the
owners found a reduction of wages to the
lowest point one ol the necessities of their
struggle for existence. The following
from a Scranton letter published in the
Sow lork l'otl, is t specimen picture ox j
tho reault; j
''There was one man tn the crowd, an j
Irishman, whom I addressed. He I* emgiloyed
in the Continental Mine of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western,ami
is u laborer. Having paid his neceHsary
expense! to the company, at the end of
l?-t month ho hud $10. Oat of this came
J4 t:0 rent cf bin houso and $1 for coal,
llo has a wife and threo children and his
mother, seventy-four yeara old, to support.
Their diet has'been lor montoa
dimply a round of mush made of Indian
meal, and occasionally potatoes. The
nuu was clad in clothea very much the
wo-.?e for w?ar, ret he aaid they were the
b??ft ho had to put on when he came oat
of (he shaft. 'But do you not have moat?'
I a?ke<l. 'Meat is it! Mire 1 wouldn't
know how toeatit/said the man in reply,
and the truth of hi-* matement wan corroborated
by several earnest and intelligent
men who stood near." j
11 cannot he charged that the employ
ers ?f ihit man can afford to pay him battvr
wa gf$. The/ ha to earned no divi- r
dentin for many month?, and have recently
borrowed n large amount cf money.
They continue to mine coal, even if it
brings thrin little protit, because the
mir.e-i uiunt lu kept in crder, and freight
luu-t be tuppUed to the railroads. The
trouble u that, under an artificial ?y<tt
t:-, coal tniciog has been overdone. Too
much capital ha* been put into it, too
many mines have been opened, and too
many nnrcrs have been collected in the
Pennsylvania coal region. These fact*
the miners will have to recognize, and they
will bavctofeck a remedy, not in attempts
to exact uener pay uy iorcc, uecause mo
money to pay with not to Ic had, but
in new places and kinds of employment.
There has been for several months n
steady but p.roall emigration of miners to
parts farther west, and it will be well for
those miners whose bank accounts have
not vet been closed to follow the emigrants.
The once rich companies, when
sorely pressed, can be placed in the hands
of receivers until they can recuperate;
hut a miner with a family on hifl hands
must rely upon his own exertions.
The pitiiul situation of the miners
calls for heartfelt commiseration, and if
they.wanifest a disposition to better their
condition by jKnceful methods, a way to
as!*i;*t them, n* by an emigration society
for instance, ought to be put into oj>eration,
_ 1
A Loudon I'?|>rr on the I'rcsbytcriunv.
in contrast to the harsh criticisms of '
the London Fzir\incr on the recent Pan- 1
i>? rv...n~:i ?i,? of <
another leading and influential English
journal, the Sprcinior. That journal, ;
ufter pronouncing it to have been "meet
that t!id far-*cattere<l children of Knox 1
iihoulil e?#emb!e in the city that waa his
home and the cradle of their testimony,"
declare* that to a stranger who had been
taught to regard Presbyterianium and 1
disputatious theology as ^ynonrmous 1
term*, and to believe Samuel HutlorV
description of the sect an
"Thit valiant crrw
Of niibbnm nltli. whom all into jrant
Tolwibe u a? church militant,"
nothing could be "more astonishing than
the unanimity, the deference, the mutual
refpect" exhibited in the deliberations of
the uiembly. Indeed, it might be objected
that affairs were conducted too
serenely. "There wad idiown a nervous
ureau 01 anymmg mai migni amuse ieeiing
or promote controversy, which spoke
ill ax to ike strength of the bonds which
unite the Alliance, and as to if* chances
of future usefulness."
The jspcctalur, however, in inclined to
pa** over this rostter. "What really
trouble* it is the dcplorablo fact, that
''the narrowest ami hardest opinions,
such sa most people have learned to look 1
upon us extreme, had an unquestionable
ascendancy," and must have been distressing
in the cars of cultured and liUral
delegates like Professor Tulloch, Professor
Flint, Dr. Dykea and other gentlemen.
Especially mischievous were the foreign
delegate*, "notably those from the United
State#," who propounded really shocking
"views as to the jiu divinum of the Presbyterian
Order, and the most repulsive
tenet.i of the Calvinistic system!; tenet*
of which Calvin himself is guiltlcM."
Practically, continues this journal, the J
Alliance will prove useful as a means of
removing injurious rivalry from the department
of missionary labor; but <loctrinally,
it will not bo aucccisfnl. It i*
founded on a consensu* of nil the lieformed
symbols; but that consensus in not
yet formulated, and when formulated it
muit includo Anglican* (like Mr. Pearson),
Lutherans (like Profensor Dorner),
and Jesuits (like Father Petau.) This
result signifies not the growth of orthodoxy,
but the growth of liberality, "nbich
the somewhat fanatical outburst in the
Council will stimulate rather than repress."
The Sptelalor, in conclusion, expresses
its disbelief in the realization of "the
dream of organic unity among all the
Presbyterian Churches of the world," and
quote* a part of a letter from Dr. Dorner,
of Berlin, who recently vi?ited thi* coun- ,
try, and who, in apologizing for hin ab- I
unco from the Assembly, wrote: "The J
Presbyterian Churches represent the mus- f
cular ijatem in the great bodj of etan- .
gelical Chriitendom?the principle of <
powerful motive and initiative." The 1
learned theologian will pouibly be glad !
to bear that, in the Spectator** opinion, his <
remark "ia, to a ccrtain extent, true."
l iar Antonelll ScanUul.
The Antonelll Scandal 1b Boom uume*
a somewhat new complexion in the
alter revelations (or fabrication*, aa it
nayjprort) of (he planlifl* in court, the
-'ountcM Lauretta (or Loreta) Lumber*
ini. These are ro intereating in tbafull
iccount* giren by correspondents of Lon?
Ion ar.d New York papers, that the dif*
erent ca?e they present la worth reciting,
t it alleged, then, that a certain ftgnora
Marconi, who waa tlie mistres# of Cardial
Antonelliin 1855, and for some jeers
nfore and after, consented to pats off aa
i?r own daughter tbe child of Antonelll
7 a young French woman of good family
rith whom he had a love afTair, and did
o until her death In 1872. The Cardinal t
riilted the child fre<|UfnUy,nam?d her afer
hia father ar.d mother, placed around
ta neck a chain bearing a silver medal
nd a gold medallion containing her and
ii? portraits (the latter in his Cardinal*!
eatmenta), and wore around hia own
itck a likeneis of Loreta. lie provided
isndnomely for the child's wanta, giving
ter pretended mother at one time, to in*
rest for her, 70,000 franca in gold; and on
>er marriage with Count GiulioLamberIni
he gave her 100,000 francs and furtiahed
tho young couple's houae. After
icr marriage, aa before, ihe continued to
riait him at tho Vatican. The night beore
his death, the cardinal's confessor
>romiaod to vpeak with him about her
uturo at 8 in the morning, hut at 7 he
va* dead. Now, aa natural daughter of
he cardinal, rlie clftima his fortune,which
ihe considers to bo 40 millions of franca, ,
nr xlmni iS 0(10 0 If mhm nrniM in
:ourt that she ia Antonelli'a daughter, and
be will ia broken, she baa all tbt proper7,
if (be will remaina valid, aha will ob*
ain c third. It i? the belie!of her countol
that certain pealed envelope! mention d
in the will and never found contained
lisposhtona in her favor. The charge
igainat Antonelll'a moral character is
nitigatei! in some quarters br tbo atateuent
that he waa not under vow* ofchaailv
at the time of the child'* birth, But
10 was made cardinal-deacon in 1S-17,
tnd (' unteas Loreta ia but 22 ycari old.
riio ficrrct III* lory of a .Strike,
The Sen York Pott u inlormed on good ,
mthority that the question whether tho i
ho workmen on tho Erie Railway should
>r should not join in the roccnt strike '
?ad decided not upon ground* of expe* ]
liency, but by mere chance; not by the
leliberatc determination of the leaders ]
hat to join in the strike was wiso.but by j
he determination of pure accident; not (
jy the men whose welfare and the welfare ,
jf whose families w??re at stake, but by a <
wr-room candle.
This h tie way in which the matter
wa? determined: Seven men who in ,
erne way bid-influence enough to bring
ihe strike about or to prevent it discos* 1
!cd tho question in a bar-room,by the light
jf a tallow candle. They had no desire i
:o join in a'strike for higher wages, their :
>nly gjicvance being that certain men
Kid been discharged wliom they would
lave liked to have reinstated. They
cnew, of course, that to join in the strike
it that time mu3t involvo considerable
om and considerable danger to themlelve*.
They knew that by striking they
would inflict serious injury upon the company
which gave them their work and
Lheir wage?, and upon tha company at
large, with whose prosperity their own
was inseparably bound.
They wero not convinced that they
ought to bring all these evils upon themselves
and oilier*, but instead of deciding
the question as sensible men should have
ilonc, instead of weighing the arguments
on each side, and then submitting the
matter to their better judgments, they
chose to eubititutc the feeble flicker of
the tallow candle for the light of reason,
and they agreed that they would cast the
candle on the floor,and abide by the decition
of mere chance. If the flame should go
out, they would engage in the btrike; if
not, they would continue to work. They
made the experiment; the candle flame
expired, and the men brought upon themselves
the evils of an unnecessary strike.
I.cttcrlrom Iter. Frauk Hall.
Mankassah, Va , August, 1877.
EJittm laUlligtncer: !
In the course of my traveli I find my- 1
hclf at last on the sacred soil of the Old
Domiuion, and am aa you tee at present
treading on historic ground.
This place is about aeven milei from
the "Henry House," which atood in the
midnt of the Cri-fc and second Hull Rnn
battles. Mrs. Henry waa aick in this
house when the linit "battle began. The
family in their conccrn for her aafety,
took her out into a gully not far from
the house. It was not long, however, |
till they yielded to her entreaties and
took her back. Just an they placed her
upon the bed, a minnio ball "entered the
dwelling and intKcted upon. her a fatal
wound. She now lieu hurried in the
yard. The grounds whero the battles ;
fforo act in array are beautiful, if indeed 1
lucb a term be applicable to nuch a accne. .
The ground rises gradually on either '
lido of an old country road. Thoxwpeclive
armies being on the opposite aide*
of thid road when the baltlea began;
neither having much advantage over the
other in the attitude. I did not attempt
Lo pau over much of the battle field. Uut
few traces of the battle are to be *een. In .
the yard ot the llenr? IIouiic, there la a
monument erected and dedicated to the ;
memory of tbo Federal soldiers who fell
in the flrat battle. The monument in
built of brown ptone. Tbo abaft i* about 1
fifteen feot high, conn shaped and but- ,
rnouuted by a tthclL. Four little turret*
at tbo bine, about three feet high, al?o
support shell*, which look u though they
were still charged and ready for the work
a! death. It is lomewhat dilapidated,
though not defaced. No ono can tell by
looking at it whether it commemoratea
h'ederaia or Confederate*. Those who
erected the monument and who had the
inscription* put upon it, seemed to hare
i very high and delicate regard for the
celing* of their Southern antagonists,
l-pon the baie, are fragment* ot shells,
jsvonet* and cuua. On one of it* fare*
ia thin inscription, "Id memory of the
patriot" who fell at Bull Run,
July 21 nt, 1861." Ou the opposite face,
'Krected June 10th, 1865. On it* haie
ire five board* painted white, on which
lie fallowing inscription* are lettered in
slack: "Under thia monument are the
todies of four Confederate noldiero, who
if ere killed in tho battle of the 21it of .
July, 3S01." Ontheaecoml: "Not far
rom this monument is the ipot where
iicn. Jackson waa wounded, and where
le held the position, 21it July, 1561,
which K*ve him the title of Stonewall
Jnckaou." On another : "Not far from i
:hi* monument are the rpota where fell ;
the Confederate General Bee and
Jolonela Bartain, JFieher and Man;udi,
in th* battle of July 21et, 1861."
Again: Around this monument were
:aptured the Batteries of Ricketta and
[iriffin (Sherman'* Battery) in the battle
Df the Slit of July, 1861." And* lastly,
4on this ground General Robert E. Leo
cloaed the battlo of the 28tb, 29th and <
30th of August, 18C2, before going into 1
Maryland." Take all these together, they
certainly make op a strange medley.
An intelligent lady at Manaaeas told
me that after the firat battle, from tome
cause, the baryta* of tbe Federal eoldlen
was impended for about two week*.
When it was resumed the fttench from tbe
dead bodies vu so great and putrefaction
was to far advanced, that the bodiea
could not be handled. The wounded
And dying men bad apparently crawled
together in troupe and died. One
il the dead loldicrs wai lyinjr on tbe
porch floor of an old deserted houae,
swollen till bis clotbee were bunted open
upon him and tbe wall of the house wan
black with dies. Karth waa hauled in
:arta and dumped upon these heaps of
lesd bodies, which only partiallv covered
ihem, and the hogs rooted at will amongnt
lh??e ilain. The bones of hornes and
utile* were hauled Irom the field and
old by the ton for fertilizers. It is not
>nly to be iu^posed that many human
bonea thui got into the market, but luch
teemi actually to have been the cue.
I'ho wife of a gentleman who shipped
large quantities of them assured uie that
ihe and her husband found and knew
many of the bones to be those of human
beings.
Such might be the case without any
inch knowledge or design on the part of
those who gathered them up, as they were
itrewn promiscuously over the fields and
through the forests.
About half a mile from Manassas is a
imall cemeteiy. Orer the gateway is
written: "Confederate Dead." There ire
bead-boards for abont two hundred and
forty grates. These are mostly lying on
the ground as though they had been set
in the earth and had fallen down. They
have not been reset. The word "Unknown"
is written upon nearly all of
these boards. There are two little marble
headstones in this burying place. It u
itrangely neglected and desolate. There
is auotber one which I did not see.
As to the first Bull Run battle, fought
by McDowell, an officer who was actively
engaged on the Confederate side during
tba entire battle, declared it to be his
opinion, and also the opinion of the Coiu
federate commanders, that Uen.McDow
ell'* plan was admirably laid and splendidly
executed. The National army
moTrd like a rising cloud irrefutably
around their left flank, to cut thetn oil
from the railroad and get iu their rear.
Said he, "They could hare eaten ua up
alive." They saw no chance for escape.
Beauregard and Johnson a aid they were
whipped twice during tbe day, but their
men did not know it and kept on fight*
ing. In their extremity Stewart daihed
up and asked the two commanding Gen*
erala what he should do? lie was aniwered,
"we don't know." He was told,
however, to support the left flank. In
reaching a certain point he saw large
bodies of infantry, covered and grey with
lust, marching in line the wrong way for
Confederates. He cried out, "don't
retreat, men, we'll help you." Just then
lie saw they were marching undor the
<tars and stripes. lie then turned to his
men and shouted, "The're Yankees, and
ire must charge them if every man ot uh
gomdown." The charge was made and
the line curvcd, and great confusion followed
at that point, He ordered this
jflicer to go across tbe field and see if he
:ould ascertain how things weregoiug
elsewhere. Thin he did at the peril of
bin life, and to his utter astonishment *aw
another portion of the armvof the Union
in full retreat?panic stricken from noma
cause, never yet fully understood by
Federals or Confederates. The panic l>ecame
general, and.the scene of wild flight
and wreck and crash which followed ij l>e
rood description, and that, too, alter the
ilftj had been really won by brave and
fair fightir.fr.
Prince William county has a population
of perhaps 8,000. _ Of this about
1000 are colored. This in a total of
about 3,500 lew than it had eighty years
ago. F. Ball.
I*. U. A Hj. U. IC. Subscription.
KJllm InieiniencGr:
A "Tax-payer" in your colamns of yesterday
opposes the railroad subscription,
from a tax-paying standpoint, with some
inferences thrown in for make weight,
which do not affect the argument. Your
remarks on the communication should be
fully satisfactory to every unbiased mind,
but there aro people who/'will not be convinced
against their will," and who think
they have as much interest in opposing
the completion of the road as others have
in advocating it. An additional remark
in relerence to the tax-paying
question may not bo out of
place. It is folly bolieved by thoee
who havo examined the question,
that tho earnings oi the road will
mortgage bond*. If ho, the interest from
the railroad trill meet the interest on the
county bond*, and there will be no taxes
to pay. Again, the completion of the
road will make it a tax paying subject,
and add to the subjects of taxation, $'.i00,000
or $300,000 and more than that, if the
ndditional value of tho lands along the
line of the road be taken into consideration,
to that extent relieving the general
burden. Further, it is expected that before
many years, a dividena will be earned
on tho common stock of the company;
$00,000 of which, will be secured to the
county by making this gubicription,
which will rcduce tho taxes to that extent.
We have referred only to the tax-pay.
ing question leaving out of view the great
advantage of the road to the city and
county in opening up another line ol
railway East and West, in affording additional
sites for manufactories, an additional
supply of coal to the city and the
various other advantages of trade and
travel which every new line of road
brintN to a community. T^liowint. that
the probabilities give so strong assurance
that making tho subscription will tend
to reduce rather than increaso taxation,
we believe that no fair minded voter will
refuse hi* support, and that the eubscrip.
tlon wilfreceive tho votes of a large majority
of Tlx Patbbs.
ENGINEERING.
CIVIL AND MECHANICAL
ENGINEERING
IT THE RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE,
TROT, N. T.
[nitructlon rtry practical. Adranta-r* unrori<aiml
in lhl< couutry. Urailuktn obtain excelIfut
|>omtlooa. Ke-ojwni 8/pt 13th. For the Annual
lUfUter, ronulnlnit lmprov.il Courxi of
Mudjr. an4 fall funiculus, addrtu 1'roh.
WM. L. ADiMd, Dlicctur. JySl
WHITE LEAD.
E. F. HAY,
Paints, Oils,
Glass, Sash,
Doors, and
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES.
N?. 1211 Main Slreet, Wheeling, W. Vi.
F?H -ALE-ARMJJTR'JNU & JlcKELYT3
SUPERIOR BRAND
WHITE^LEAD.
Wh?t Painters Say About this Laid.
Dittos, Ohio, AprtJ 17,1177.
VTa, tLe updenlgned, do beriky eertily ihtt we
ha?e umkI Anmtron? k KaXalry'i Svlctly Pure
White LmJ, and we find It tke Wwt In \ta ta*xkrU
It li whiter, ground doer, eoven more turfacr,
iml hu more UMy, than any we hart et?r ujmL
I Stoned bj] Join B. Pkhmrt.
Sip and GmtUm Pointer.
Hutter A nam,
Palntere and Fap? Hansen.
J. A. Laod,
Fainter and Paper Banger.
A. P. muuerr,
tnyy, gou? and 8l<n Painter.
fl A A BAGS BIO CUFFEE,
4UU For Bale by
wylt LIST, DAVEMrODT & PARKS.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J C8T RECEIVED. Ti
1,000 BOXES OF PAPER,
which w? *111 if 11 orilovo, u vholtull
orretail.
fcTANTON A DAVEHrORTd,
Hi II Twelfths*.
JjlUK HALL? f
BaQdlnfaJd 1mm of Mora room, now oecoyled by
Andraw UalfMUHiTniim i MaaaiiM given
on the 18th tort. The butldlcr li altoatad la the
tot bmlBCM block In oar rti/, tad It a fit doora
below tlit ftrto?c? U ratuble for a clear MOM or
confectionery. Will Mil rerjr low fur cub, at the
prnrletor 1* gvlnfl Into ntWcr t.uilnw. Apply or
eddw*, AHDIKW MULTNIU*
BUlalre, ObUv
"EYK-OPEIHER8."
CnuilT Cawt, Htrrlm Oa., W. V*.-JA?r?.
Otlolf & DvJMd, WSftllng: The UUriel Ulawfi
u arnl ault my tjn exactly, and. u 1 have uot U?forr
bMn able to rMd Tor jmh. I aMare you they
are highly mixed. Wkit a rontfort thM? long evenlop
te be able to iMd. Mo moaey would buy the
imctaclea." Thna celebrated Spectaalea, Watahea,
Uocki, Jewelry, Ac., ran bo had at Ut3 Main Mt.
aug7 PXTOBr A DUfKlKLD.
JJOTICETO
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
My wife Mirtha, having '??rt my bed ami board,
without Jutf cauM or provocation. notice la hereby
given that I. will net be reeponilble lor any dabla
1 eontractcd rltbwr through, by or for l rj on tnr account.
Notice l? aho hereby by glTen to Mra.
AtinaMorrli and otbera,lbat unleti they forthalthdealat
frcry fottber lulirepreeentlng. maligning
and defaming my character, they will la
pro-suited to the fullest extant of the law.
KDWAHU PLUJM,
<33v a1cum0cd llml.
Whwlm, Aug 4th, 1877. ?0j7
FtR (TNCI5NATI AND INTER-, ?*-> .
MEDIATE POINT* LrffSw
Iho new, awUt. rvmraouiuun and Ifgbt draught
i'ai?;ngt-rMoamer,
ANPKf CiURttf MtntUQfAW, Cotu'dr,
Ed. Mciilnman, Clerk,
Will Icro u aboro on Tutelar, AuRiut 7lU Itut.,
t three o'llock I', at. For freight ot p<uei&c pplj"
oa board or to
anil C. H. BOOTH k BOW, itHU.
JJOWN STILL LOWER.
You cm gtt
One Doz. Full Sized Goblets for 90o
AT
CUMMINS & WOODS',
atigC 1143 Mala Street.
rpUR LAKT .-TKIKKR CAPTURED.
D08S-SAR0NY ARTIST SQUEALS!
I hate no old itcck 1o make cheap Photograph*
at a halt, but continue to inake the regular kite
Card Photographa, l*?t fiailf Flnlah for WCBNTd
A DOZEN. The ??rdlct of the people la, ibey
can't??? anr difference between inj work, at Wn,
a dcaen, ana otuera at 99. tmtUfaulon guaranteed.
nuiwn * uai lkiiy,
aogfi Market atrett, below MeLure llomw.
IMPORTANT TO FADEKT4 ANI> QUARDlAKi.
Offlctra of the Army and Nary biting daughters
to eduuate, ami who wish to neurit for them the
JtantagTM of a fir-' cUat fcnali*h atd French
1 Academy, with muaical instruction unaurpaMcd If
not uu?<|uallod In thli country, and nil at exceedingly
moderate rat#*, are wlnnd to inmUgate the
fUlmi of the Academy cf the Visitation; at lit.
do Cliiutal, near Wheeling, W. Vx
KWKurNcia.
General Sherman, U. B. A., and UJy, Washington.
D. C.
Major General Georjje O. Meade, U. 8 A., Philadelphia.
lirlgadler Geueral Lavieuco ]'. Graham, U. K.
A., und lady. Austin, Tea 1.1.
Rrlptdiur General iunb N. l'alruir, U. S. A , and
lady, Omaha, Xtl.
Vice Admiral DitlJ Porter, V. B. J?., Washington,
D. C.
Rear Admiral Joaeph Smith, U. S.??., Wathittgton,
1>. C.
Mr?. Admiral Dahlgren, Washlngtou D. C.
aug?
t-\a?v tli.? 1
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BUCKEYES, of Columbus,
VJ. STANDARDS,
At the F.lr OrtunJj, MOSDAY mi ] TUESDAY,
Aug tut Cili and 7IU. Uarne called it 3.3J r. *.
Admittance 23 ?nta. nugl_
"JJKITED OTAlEi OF AMEBIC!,
Diitrlct o[ Weal Virginia, ra:
George Buhears, )
ra. v Attachment.
Steamboat "Bcttie Gilbert." )
WiiKRKAt, a libel haa been filed In the EUtrict
Court of the United .States, fortlm Diatriotof Weit
Virginia, on the 2d day of August, A. D. 1877, by
Groritn B.i?bcar? tt ah., 8*aTnit the steamboat
"Bcttie Gilbert." her entice*, urklo, outfit apparel
and furniture. Now, therefore. In punruance
of the monition, tinder the ?eal of ill J Court,
to me, directed and delivered, 1 do, hereby, give
> nubile notice to all pcraonaclaiming the said steam.
boat, hor euglnes, tackle, outtlt, apparel and fu' ulture,
or In any manner IntircslrU therein, that
they bo and anpear before the raid District tlourr,
tn be held at the City of Wheeling, in and for the
! IHitrlct oi West Virginia, on
TUE3DAY, AUGUST 21it, 1877,
nt 11 o'clock In tho forenoon of that day (provided
the name shall bo a day of jurisdiction, otherwiw
cutbe next day of jurlMlriion thereafter), then
1 and there to Inter]#* their claim*, and to make
their ar.cgntlons on that l<balf.
GEOKGK W, riTTON.
D. ? MinhaJ, I>iat, Weil Va.
1 By P.. J. Ciyriuctx, Deputr.
CttAUUFr A BABIt,
I'roctorafor Litellaut'
WlietlioK, W. Va., Autfujt-t, 1877.
piCN'ICSt.
Alphonsui congregation will have n
, picnic on Wheeling liill, at
Father Kreusch's Vineyard,
On the Cth day of August, for the benefit
of NewjChurch windows. All are invited.
aug4
QREAT RPDUCTION IN
China, Glass and Queensware.
A lnrt?e asiortraent of Wall Paper and
Fancy Goods at bottom prices, at
JOHN FRIEDEL'S,
aug4 1130 MAIM 8T.
gARGAlNS IN
CARPETS
At O. MEMTlKl- TU?nTn A rft'B
liemnnnta nt very low prices. nng4
$2 00F0U 0NE D0ZPN
Fine Card Photos
AT
auc4 ITIGOINS' GALLERY.
M. GROSSMANN'S
WATCHES!
The* One tlmt-kpfpera am manufactured at
Preeden, Aaxnnj, bj Merrill GrcaamaDO, of b oratorical
(a up, In ladica* and gent "a dm, both key
and item winding. They are constructed on the
ame principle an the watcbea of the late Adolph
lanjc, aod are of rery aupalor workraanihln. and
fully giuranteod forpcrfoimnnee and durab Hit.
They are U>e beat, their oo?t b?lnj(considered, that
havo been prodmed in any country. Their inspection
it Invited.
C. I3. BKOWN,
Solo Agent (or Wheeling and vicinity,
1207 Mahkrt Htueet.
a full line ot all grade* of Amcrioan and Swiae
W a tehee at very low plcce
jQONT YOU FOBGET IT.
We are offering good American Watches
in Coin Silver Cases for $H anil Swiss ones
as low 03 $10, and
DEAR IS MINI)
Every watch ia fully GUARANTEED TO
GIVE B.VTisPATlOJf or no sale.
Don't mistake the place.
TURNER & DILLON,
_j)_30 1223 Market street
A. U. MOBEltEAP. TV. THO*. Z1XE.
N. U. VAX CLEVE.
UNDERTAKING
COFFINS AND CA8KET8,
OP ALL HIZSd.
SHROUDS, GLOVES,CRAPE,&o.
A. R. MOREHEAD &. CO.
Furniture and Carptt Boom*,
III? Main Street
augl
A TESY L4B0E AND QoapLBTK STOCK
A ?ucr Omnia. Wthudi.
odm but liru-dju* goodf. LswMt tnarktt prim.
JeM LOT, DAVIJiPOBT4 PAlfiSjl
NEW ADVE
BUCK SILK
1
Another Fall
20 IPIB
Black Gro
jxjst r:
PROM A.
At Lower Prices than
GEO. R. TA
Jl-XE"12.
INSUF
PENN MUTUAL LI
OF PHILAI
OBGAIT3
DIVIDEND! PAID TO POUCY HOLDERS
LOSSM PAID -
accumulated capital ?
8AML. C. Ill
8A31L. E. JiTOKES, Vice Prciident.
H. S. STEPHENS, 2d VIcc President
Every Policyholder is a member if tt
and privilege*.
It fats declared more dividends in nm
Company ia the United States
It li liberal In Id management, promi
ROBERT W. TUOl
OFFICE, NO. 28 TWhL
.pfl^AgenU wanted In every aeotion of
WH O LESA1
AND Dl
Provisions, Sugar), Molasses, Sy
Sols Agent for the Dupont P<
Now. laon and 1311 Mo
jell
_ WHOLESALE
C. OGLEBA
LARGEST GROCERY AND F
Silver Lake Flour,
Golden Crown I
F
Anil rarioui other Brands eonitanUy in it
TO PROM!
G. OGLEBJ
jv7- od
JAMES I* 1IAWLEY,
9Icr?h(iudi?o Broker
And REAL ESTATE AGENT.
B?J?oatu c^oUiled for Ltndtn and Borrowcn.
1220 Mais Knnrr.
myl
J^KS. 8YLVAKU3 REED'S
Day and Boarding School for Young
Ladles,
Nix. C and ? Eut 5M St., Ntir York. FoiiltsonH
JT??r bcjloi Oelobcr, 1177. French th. lu(iuB
of tn? icbool. Collt?lat? coone of four yeui.
Cartful training in Prlnurr and Preparatory
d?M. anil
^yiLLIAM ER3KWR,
Attorney at Law.
Offlwof the lite C. W. B. AilUoo, No. 1110 Chapt
nmrw WhaalliM Uf V.
Will jficlloi ln lhi bUt? ?nd Fedaril Court?.
BENJAMIN 8. ALLISON, NOT AIT Pdbuc
OfflWMtbort. del A
A GOOD ARTICLE IS
ALWAYS IN DEMAND.
Thnefora It la not itraoio that A. D. Long'/ trade
Ii ooxataaUj locmtlaf. Ibe MILK furalabtd
(rum hii Dairy 1? alvaja mat, trtili and pure.
FrlcodatrjUaadaaafef yocnalm. *ug2
FAKCT FLOURS.?200 Bamla "Ba)lalr?MU]a,"
bt. Lou].; 100 Barrala "Oo*d MtlaL" Then
"Itha hUluat ptdta of Hour-none battar la
narkat. Jo* m?trad and for m1? br
]al8 M. KJKILLY, 1109 ud 1811 Malo Bt.
RTI8EMENT8.
5!
ii ini/ mi i/ni
ilm m\
in Black Silks.
IOES OF
> Grain Silk
EOEIVED
FCTION,
Ever Offered in the City.
YLOR & CO,
iance.
FE INSURANCE CO.
DELPHIA. PA
]ZBD 18 4 7.
? - .........14,234, Oil II
.. 3.462,601 79
6,879,108 29
HEY, President.
| J AS. WEIR MASON, Actuary.
! HENRY AUSTIE, Secretary.
ie Company, cBtitled to all Its advantage
ober, and of a lirgerpercentago than any
it In Its settlements of losses.
HER, General A^ont.
FTH ST., WHEELING, W. VA.
the StAte; also City Solicitors. np27
]ILLY;
j JO C* H 4 ) C3 jfcj Jbt,
3ACKER,
F.A.LER IS
ruQi, Rloe, Flour, Meati, 4c., &o,
Dwder Mill, Patent Safety Fuse,
tin St., Wh9olln(j, W. Vo.
! CROCERIES^
Y & SONS,
LOUR HOUSE IN THE STATE,
"lour,
ted Rose Flour,
Sugar River Flour
Dck, and will be Hold on SHORT MARGINS
(T BUYERS.
LY & SONS,
RANTEDTo
borrow flOO to $800, oo real wtate
fccarltj*, at a fair rate of interest.
Address W, T. B., Intelligencer Oflico.
Je23 _
JOBEfU U. SAUK.
ion NAnAfc I 31 ntt I, WHtfcUNQ,
| Bepalrtr of *11 klndi oI Scirinj Mftehlnn, and :
tfcnt lor tha Lltfht Ilunulog
D0ME8TIC SEW1NQ MAOIINES.
i Oil. NwdUt tp.1 Attachment!. cp*3 !
: jpRESERVED FLOWERS. |
Ordera left nt nutobina' Muiio and Art
Store Kill receive prompt attention.
ricMc cull Ruu examine fpccimena.
No. 1321 Market Strbkt,
n?gl OperajaooieBIock. i
JOHN C. aClIULTZ, "I
rLAJy AND ORNAMENTAL,
SLATE ROOFER,
No. no Eiouimrru 8ninr,
PRESCRIPTION FREE
; aawa,t5;.w?o?
i Hon or Exam Any Druggist baa tht Ingredient*
tJtSS? DB*,A9UO 4 C0" Cincinnati. 0
DRY COODS.
Look Dot fin Big Bargains!
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OP
DRY GOODS,
CART ETC, OIL CLOTH* AND WINDOW
BHADEB, ?t
HENRY ROEMER'S,
No. 2006 Main Street.
W? will Mil for tha next thirty dtja our cntlrt
Mock of loodi at cott. Call and look at our coodi
and obtain iirltta. Our 1mm ?tnrk ?f
Spring & Summer Dress Good!
MUST BE CLOSED OUT.
Look at our Dreaa Gooda at 10 and 12kc. .
BJrgaut Dim Goodi worth tOc for Wu.
Dreaa tiooda that cutt M and 40c for 25c.
EJmnt Alack and Whlta bummer ttlka for 73c
All Wool ULuk Caabtnare worth VOo for 69c.
lUiJy-tuiKle SklrtJ worth 91 00 fcr 79c.
Him Silk ban Umbrella* at cwt tocloaeouU
Fine bhetlaud Hhawla lor Bumiuor wear rerj
choap.
Carpets, Oil Cloths & Window
Shades,
Cheaper than ever before offered in thla city.
Call and aee our JO yard* of Or pet for (3 30.
Look at our 90c Flowered Carpet.
fiOc Carpet for 15 and 40c.
They are luperlor to anything la the elty for tht
'""OORSETS.
A good Corset for 40,50 and COo a pair.
The ebeapeet and beat atock of 6aoU)IBRE<
(o be seen anywhere, aood all wool, for 5Co. Tht
beat Rood* made from 75 to 25c per yard.
Qui awl look at our atock and you will be cotv
Ylncwl that you can save money by buying youi
HENRY ROEMER'S
No. 2006 Halo Strict
je20
PLUWBINC.CA8 FITTINC
Thompson Oibberd"
IS14 Market JHroet.
PLUMBERS,
Gas and Steam Fitters,
BRASS FOUNDERS.
SOLE AG EST? FOB
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINE,
?A*D?
Know Ion* Steam Pump,
t? Jrc*, J^U, Sterr nd Fa* Pfi. Cin
3/c-? WhjUx, Si-tax Ca,^.
*3 *?<?* .? Aalvi
Bat-Is* isr, reacted to th??x zrm tzd cccaollUCJ
qurten, 1JM )UzW. titt*:, w;tii a iirrt it <1
of lie las iacag: dotoi tl tiiace11m,
Bracket ard Drcj> Litlit*, izd Extestloa
ChiadtUeri u brvcxo a&l uliar, tb? public u*
mpectfull/ inrittd to call asd eximiLt t.V?a.
Th*fr garth in all new. Jt 2
rpRIWELE A ITORKBROOR,
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters,
Dcalm In I>*d, Iron, GalTanlrwi, Htrna, V<*'.a
and Drain Pl]*a. Keep constantly on band a l*rj{?
MBortment Bra* Ooodi, Steam an ! Water Gua^^a,
Pump ami Gaa Fixtum.
KiLi agaim vol net yuemu roa
COLIIAN'S CELEBRATED GAS MACHINE.
SEND FOIL OIRCULAJL
1418 BASKET STREET, WHEELING, WEST VA.
Prompt attention fflrtn to crdw* from adl??nr.o?
To Iron Mills and Engine Builders.
We have added to our PLUMBING and GA8
FITTING establishment, a new and cutnpleu
BRASS FOUNDRY,
will lira now prepared to make ail klnda or Mi
and Eoglno Bnuw Castings nl rhort colic* and ot
the tcry beat quality.
THIMBU-; A nOllNBBOOK,
fS No. WIS Market itrect.
pEMOVAL
HENNEGEN, BATES & CO.
Wholesale Jewelers,
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, SILVER WARE,
2?5 Xf. Baltimore St.,
Je20 BALTIMORE, MP.
JACOB W. ORUBB,
JEWELER,
(stccbflo* to ncsxiaz*, iutb a co)
Fine American and Bwlaa Watchc*, Jewelry,
Dtamondi Sterling fcllter and Shrer Plated Ware,
Pailor, Offlco, Dining Itoom and Kitchen Clocka In
larjo railely and low jiriece.
JACOB W. GRUBB,
I?g7 1134 MAIN STREET.
The Argonaut Mills,
rORMBULY
THE BRADLEY WOOLEN MILLS
UAXDVACTUBR
Yarns, leans and Flannels.
YARN EXCHANGED FOR WOOL.
DALZELL * LIST,
mr29 WnEKLiyo, W. Va.
JJNDERTAK1NO.
BURIAL CASES OF ALL KINDS A HO SIZES.
CORPSM CHEMICALLY FJUBKBYED.
Culii aniwertd at all houra Irom the Store.
WH. ZINK & SON,
Furniture and Carpet Booms, North End Centrt
W bNllng Market. Je2
SLOO $1.00.
Will get One Dozen lino Satin Finiih
Card Fhotograpbi nt Flumtner's Gallery.
Satlafaction guaranteed. 1138 Main atreet,
IlornbrooVi Block. ii#w ?? ' "??*
Wheeling. jy2"s '
jyjlLLS, KHRW 4 CO.,
book binders
?AWDBLANK
BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
Ii?'fn??rpir?i "if11 .Un**i With th? tat material
Btniiu^SSui r ft6*-1 ,uch " ,t0 bj
chuS ^ ?nd UnUn
limt ml mow lmprOTKl muchlUjl
w" ?"1 '"Kin1 cntlra
ufS ,ho ?? M ?lh Ultlt order,.
JS5SS "J. racial, o! eSSfd,.
l"'uuu m ntti ana durablt manner.
mills, feew A co.,
Koi. 25 A*D 27 Focxtuktii Or.,
WHEKUWO. W. VA
F^H-MACKEBEL, No.. ], 2 and 3
Bwreli tod K1U. Lake Her3!5
?.? ? Qu**tfr lUrrcli. Salt WaUr U?rS'-uv^"*1*
HftU Hernia. In ilort tod
,ar ? *7 M. BE1LLY,
J909 BSd 1311 Mtlflk
GENERAL NOTICES.
gTATE OF WEST VIBoSiA.
Jo the Monldjtl Ctart of Whetlloc,
1* 0. Jordan, Adnlolatnlor if I he ?t4l, ,j ,
rid CotU, JwwO, ? . 0 ror|e Uajnl '
t ?1. In I baocrry,
By virtu* of a dwrwoi 1ht MunkJwl Court
Vthtclinc. madf and entered tntbeatm,, tau. ,?
cauae. on tbe OA dayof July, A. I). 1377, i,
ftrred to tba ondertiaoed, C?mmlui?iitr (,i J,
Court, to Uke, I'atc and report:
1.U An account between tba aald plalntlfl
other pari Ira. ? "??? ?d
2d. To Ax a dfy for ttatlnf an acconat bet.,.,
tbe partita.
Marie* U hereby gleea (hat t hart ?it>j ,m
Tueaday, Auffuat 2?lh, 1177, at 10 n'ekek a. u ,1
tha time, and my offl??, Mo. 1222 Cltapllno inV,
Wheeling. Wrat Virginia, aatka pUc? tHiclX
and itato the matt?ra In aald deme t?rntion*i
W. J. W. CuVVDl N
Cowiaitflocer of the MunldpU Court ot wtnj.
'"< JJ:I
| "[NOTICE TO C&ED1TOB&
To the creditors of Conrad Colli, dec?t?d.
t In pursuance efadccree of the Munldptl Coum
' o( Whetting, mad* In a cause (tenia pcsdlfi*, to
lubjcct the real atate of the aald Conrad Cbtta to
the payment of hla debt*, too aw required I opulent
your claims aicalnat tuo aald Conrad r(.tu to
W. J. W. Courd en, Cbtnmlaeloner, at hU offlw j0
Wheeling, Weal Virginia, on or beiote Auguit :ciL
1877.
W ltcrsv Thomas M. Darrth, Clerk of aald Court
Ihta 23d day of July, 1877.
1HOMAHM. DARTlAM.
f Jj51 Clerk of aid Court.
I EDUCATIONAL.
pmSBUROH
FEMALE COLLEGE,
Elegant Buildings. Eight department!. Tventr,
two teachers,?elersn In the
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
Conncctrd with the Collate. Puperior nUtaUsa
i In French, (ifrnm, Draw Inf. I'amunr, Vocal aid
, InjtrumenlaJ Muilc, Nrod la Work, Wax Work 4c
Chart** \tm than any achool in tha CnltM
, flitvllnn *Muml adranUfira and acttiuaiMdatlca#
. Fall Ti-rm opena feapteuta Alb.
bend to KKV. I. C. PfiBdlllNU, P. D.. p,tUturgb,
Pa, for a Catalog*. jr 1' -< -Jaw
SELECT SCHOOL? ~
No. is Trauma-re St.
MISS VSWHAM bag> to lafarm bar frim lu&d
tha public that It U bar Intantloa to continue Ltr
School at tha a tore addraaa. tour* of Inttruttloo
, lndudaa Franab Mlaa N. wouid beplaaml toadj
to tha number of pupUa Dow ituljrlnj with W |a
preparation for UUafa. Lcmoqi la Irewh durun
tha vacation. ^
Tona-fiO; puplli mffler twelra |7 ?o
1y?-Ta,1had
BALTIMORE PEMALEOOLLEdi:.^.!^.^,
tha 8uta of Maryland, hat new UnldiooL
npla ireonda, food appar.tua, and able Faculty.
Tha 6CKh m&i*annaaJ aarclon oi*m NpuiuUf
lOtb. board and Tuition 9U J to $785 jrt rcr
Ju24 W. C. BfcOOK*, LL D , WtVlW
rtTiTP on i nn no *? V ? ?? ?... r.
svaai; kjc cmvaaiinnr.9.
A meeting of the 8tate BoarJ of Examinert
for the purpose of eiamicipg candidates
for I'rofenlooal Certificate?, will be
held at MABTDOBCBO, Berkeley conntj,
the ISth, 20th and 30th of Angus!, during
the senica of the State Teachers Association,
appointed at that place.
W. K. PENDLETON,
jyH President of the Hoard.
QHIO WESLEYAN* UNIVERSITY,
dbla ohio.
1ET. G IL PATHS, D.D., LLP., ramoetT
C* MiViT. fi*Vntt?g ?od KNial Coursr*. Juj.
mil c^?r>r ct : > yam. Prrp-?r?Urfy ifepaitioeat.
Lidte admitted to Ccilrj* lLs*-! Tt.. a ?tJ
all l&odtcul f?i cct to f icwd trr. ! uU*ri Mr
tun. lk.a:d ?n?l ioobu ittj tow. f?\l Ii-rm Ufc'lw
tiepc ma. Er. tract* kaamipation?i<t. 1511.
Fur Utal^utt. Ac., addrcm tb# rrnWmt. cr
Prot E. T. MELBOar, Jjl?
~ FOR SALE7
^DMLviSTRATOE'd BALK.
Tbe nndrr?i?M?l will ?!1, from the fr? r.t divt o(
the Court JIoum In Wb?dlng, W. V?., on
KATtmnAV Aim t? t?-- iTt,. . *?
1 sJtrtDos'a jhpeovxd imuu rxATiina hkn<>vatkt,
tcgelhtr with the fxcluilve right to manufacture,
use and aeil machine? toado under tbol' ttirs |?tent
for nld niacniue. within and for the following
territory, to-*lU The State of Wert Virginia; aliu
t!.e counties ol Allegheny and Wsaiihui'U, l*a;
also the city of Cumberland, in ttm sute of Maryland,
nnd al.*o the countiea ul JelTeraou, IVlmcm,
Monroe, Washington and Onornvy, in iho Rite
of Ohio. B. 8. ALLISON.
Administrator of the eatate of A.J. Harry, ](? <J.
J. C. liaavar, Auctioneer " JjiUI
J^XECUTOK'3 SALE.
The under&igntd, Executor of the lu-t will ani
traUmrnt of S. C. Arthur, dcccaacd, Uto ! the
city of Wheeling, Wcat VlrgUla, hereby give* i.<>*
tire that by virtue of the proviiiooaul Mid will,
he will, on
SATURDAY, JULY M, 1S7T,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. as., at the front door el
the Court House of Ohio county, In the Ml; d
Wheeling, ofler for aale nt public auction the following
described real ntate, t'>wlt: Lut uuuMed
thirty-titc (56) In Ur*liarn'? addition to tbe*ii
city ol Whtiling, thuale on the north tide of Fifteenth
a tree t, Utweon Eoff and Jacob ttrceta, ?
ccptins about aix feet of the west aide ol wid Ui
extending back wrenty-four I74) feet, which *u
acid by the aald Arttur. Said lot now fronli <.u
Fifteenth afreet about fifty-four feet, and extend*
back to the alley. There la erected ?n thla lot a
>?lo ones uneiuog uouae, iipnutu wnn mc-i in
oonrenieticca, and la a moat doirable pro|>?m.
When i eaten wade the conveyance will loclwM
the widow's dower rijiht in the property. Teiau
uiade known on day cf ale Pertona drairlng lo
eximinc the pjopcrty will call on theundenl^uel
Jj3 R. O. BAUR, Extern, r.
The aboTc tale ia adjourned until SaturJij,
September l?t, at 10 o'clock a. m.
__JyjW R O. BARK. Kiwiltr.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF VALUABLE
PBOPEBTY.
State of Wdt Virginia.
In the County Court of Ohio coontrW.
B. CNrill
Tl.
Virginia II. Wheat et al. In Chancery.
By virtue of a decree entered in tho above miltied
cauae on the 2Jd d?y of June, A. 1>. IS", ite
undera'gued, who waa appointed tjpetlal t,ouim!?aioner
for tbe purp w, will aell on
WEDNESDAY, AUOUST 20lb,A. i?.1s",
cotnmenrlcR at 10 o'clock, a. m., at the fruntilu*
of the Court llouae of Ohio county, Wert VhjIuU,
tbe following described real catal& that is uiujAll
that lot or jmrcel of ground deacrlU-d *? M
numbered one in iquara twenty*niro In the f-Ut of
the addition to the city of Wheeling hd ?>ut'y
Charlea T. Churchill, iruite* fcr Enilly A. Z?w,
and called BucnaVlita addition to theailddtf,
tho mine being alxty feet front on Twelfth ??',
nuu ex lending beuc tho ntuo width on* liutrind
Uxi, together with all and alngular the !.rfv!i?ments
and appartenancee thereto Wooing* In
any wiie appeitalnlag thereto. ??n thew.rt?'<le
of a 1.1 lot there la an alley ten f?t in ?:Jib '?
tendiog back the foil deptn of the aalJ lot, A"
feet of which alley lelouga to the mI.I i? t. ?* * ?
la understood and agreed that the uld all-y shaU
V? ^'Pi0!*0 perpetually for tho accotutnod?t!m
the different |>remlata to which tlio aain" tekwfa
Traas of t^ALB?One-third or incn* l! tfc?p-*chaaer
ao elect caah In hud: the balaocr in t?o
equal Installments at one anu two yea?s the !**
chaser glrlng uou-a hearing Interest, with ?<*>' P'*
aonal accurlty, lor tha deferred payments.
W. J.W.OUWDKN.
J?" fipyclal CotumLriontt
rnEUpTKE'S} SALE OF VALl AllUX
PROPERTY.
Br virtue of ? Deo.l of Tnut made l>jr FdtonnJ
Booking end tarali k\ Jl-.cklug, hl? wife. Ik* J
deralgued Troitre, dated May 27ih. J?T3.aoJ?<
jecoid among the lar.d rerotd* of Oli!<> cou?'*Weat
Virginia, lo Di-ed of Tout i!oot >" M1 '
625,1 will on
SATURDAY, the 25th day of August, I
Beginning at 10 o'clock a. at., at the fr.>r,t !?*{ *'
the Court Houio of Ohio cuunty, a-ll ?t |u
auction the following dctcnlxvl morntf thill"?
aav: All that rmrtlnn nf rnno. niimUrr! tarfltf
In the addition to the city u( Wheeling l?'J 11
Noah Zane. and called Allaire addition, ! I''
tion l*ing bound** u follow*: Coniwewlnf it
Point on the north aldo ol 'lhlruentU '
Hampden) street, at tlie dlvlaloa lino lf.w?
pro)?rtjr formerly owuod by KobWrkl llra.lf,
the property of Geor#* W Jolmioo, which ["r,
ii tnark<?] by a line of brick *-t cn M?"rthe
paremenUon Mid atreet la fr?.ntot ! ''
rcrtltt, aud It dtatant freta the northfit ?? '
iu.rt?cnth and Kofi utrecti cattwardlj "" ' .
twroth one hundrod and nlncty-thi?*
ten inchea; thence running la a uorthulf
rcctloo with nid dlrlalon lino one huD-lr?d
twenty-one feet four and one-half lucht* to j r*"
on the back or routh boundary line of S- **>'!,
ly'? property, which point U duunt frft. **/
airect la the direction of the north bound"/
of bobtokl Brady'a property one hundf',r
nlnetr-one feet five and one-fourth indiw. wo*,
running weatwardly with the direction cf ^ -S
north boundary lino fifty-nine feet to a cr<>*
on the rear of A. W. Kelly'a brick lUblf,
mark Ia dUiant frota EolT itreet Hot* *w B7 .
boundary lien cce hundred tad thlitT'tw !?
flieand one-fourth Incber, thenec run nine r*?wardly
on* hundred and twenty-one
one-half Inches to a point on the tuft*1 ,
Thirteenth atreet diitant ttom tho norths* <* *?.
of 'Ihlrteenthand Eoff atreeta one baud""1 ??
thirty-two feet eereo Incbra; and tb?r.c w?"*
In an euterly direction alon* ThlrU? tib ?J,n
iixty-oce feet to the pUct of beglnnm* . ,j
Being the Mine Property contryed to'; ilf/,|
Bocklnc by HoblMkl Brady anJ wile by
November 17th, 1171, recorded in Boo* W? I**' *'
of the Ohio county land records ,
The title la belle?ed to be perfect, lot I }\ ,
rey inch UUe aa la stated In we by
trait .
Tana or SAL*-One-thlrd, or won II t-* *
chater ao elect, cuh In hand; the beUme11# 1
equal Inatallmenta at one and two yetrt.
chaerr tiling netoliable note* bearing .w
the day of aala far the deferml p ira?a?i?w;
~ W. H CAI.InVfclt. TW? ,
W. J. w. C?wpjg?, Solicitor.

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