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IVEIt.VEHMY, AKil NT N, 1*77. 'j
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Til? II. A O. and llir EiprcHlliw Tli
IneM. kc|
An we hare already announced, the ]0?
Ilaltimore Ai Ohio Company have (llaaolv Kx
ed tlulr conncction with the Ailanu Kx- up
I'W Company and have rwolvod lo ilo nal
ilieir own eipreia buiincna. The l'Jiila- ?tn
delphia & Heading Railroad Company ^,a
did tbio some four or fivo yearn ago, and
their express business has proved tho *en
most profitable branch of that company's m*
traffic. Why should not the i'cnaaylva* ^
nia and all other railroad companies do ^
their own express business? It is tho
duty of rull way managers to stockholders j? ,
to make their roads as profitable as pos- jai
sible, nnd all express, transportation anil or I
sleeping uud palace car buaine? should 1110
l>? conducted by tho railroad companies ^
through their official representatives,and ^jr
the profits paid in dividends to the stock* pic
holders und in higher wages to the cm* 131
ployes. Millions oi dollars have been JJJJ
madu uj tranaportation, express anil " j
other corporations having the privilege er
ol running their cara on onr railroads jjg|
which ought to have gone into the coffers jiw
of the railroad companies. And what Th
aggravates this wrong on the part of the tlii
management it the fact that many, if an(
not moat, of the managers aro privately i
interested and have made large fortune* lo.
through their interests in these corpora- jj^
tions. Perhaps we should term them in- voi
side oor])oration?, as they aro so many do1
wheels within the main wheel; hut, no 'rfl
matter what wo call them, they aro so
many leeches and vampires upon the ^0,
main bodies, which have become seriously Cu:
weakened by the constant and liberal tra
draughts of their life blood made by J^c
there sucker corporations. The indica- 'f|,
tiotis nre that the recent railroad troubles car
will lead to many reforms in railroad }ai
. an*
management, ana iuat me companies
will coon compel their chosen ollicera to
divert the roads of the.so exhausting on- the
cumbrancea. So mote it be! tioi
\ ir-lfiiti FJunuccs. P|a
There is considerable diacuaaion in * *
Virginia about the State debt, the gist of
it being that the people, if they are prop* ,j e
erly represented bytho utterances of their
various candidates for Ciovernor, desire nnt
to get rid of paying it, if they can do so. jj10
The history nf Virginia finances ainco the the
rebellion has not l>ecn pleasant. The ani
Stall- had a debt of $? "?,000,000, and this wh
the Legislature resolved should be fund* hw
ed, two-thirds belonging to Virginia and ,n
one-third to \V?,jt Virginia. Hut West 'ie:
Virginia repudiated such an amount of j"*"1
liability, and i's neither State would 't
' \vl|
father it, $15,000,000 seems to have .
been mink. The funding process of jia,
the remainder went on until about noi
$20,'000,000 were funded into conHols,
nnd then Virginia found she could
not pay the interest on this.amount, and J
further |funding ccased. Thus another
$10,000,000 waa put in a very doubtful
position, whilst the funded $20,000,000 ^
only gets intercut paid ou it by the bond- jiqj
holders polling their coupons at SO to 85 ^
cents on the dollar, to be paid for taxes. 1ve
Tho State goes behindhand about $750, j,c,
000 a rear, and her tinanceH are in a tie- the
plorable condition. The shortest way Mc
out would probably be au increase of the by
State taxc.', now about 50 cents per $100, l'r(
but no one will agree to this, and there i.i
talk of "readjustment," which means the ove
HCiilingdown of the debt. Virginia id ^
probably on the eve of the repudiation ol ^
a groat part of her debt. Virginia con- ?
sola Hell at G'JJ and the unfunded debt at co"t
10* . mil
How Our ViciTR Dillcr as to tltc *r0
Imiiorlnucc ol tVrtnin Thiugs. cre
M. D. Conway, who, it will be rcuieiu*
tared, Iccturcd in Wheeling on the origin j,r*
of the Devil, in tho course of a late let- ia
ter from London aaya that the late Miss ^
Mary Carpenter once remarked in a j)aj
private company that it wan a pity bo j)el
fflw were agitating "the great questions thi
of the day," whereupon one present said j)0|
ho thought eo, too; but what was the mo
grout question of the day? Then each nls
person present gave his or her view. be<
One miid it wan Humanism, another edu* acc
cation, others woman suffrage, game laws, 80(
disestablishment,&c. No two agreed what l'ic
the "great questions" was, and Miss Car- P0'
penter completed the diversity by quiet- J
ly remaking that she thought every- g*1
body felt that it was?the convict system.
\f? fanw*. ?.m.. "ti,? ?4 ,lrf
red to my miml when I passed straight tj10
from tin? Presbyterian Council ton^ar? cor
den party near iloxiuoor, given by John j
Evnns, on the occasion of his election as the
President of the Anthropological ln?ti- cou
tute, to ins scientific friends. 1 found tuc;
there wen who severally regarded the pet
great event of the day to bo a new kind 'lwl
of Hint instruments in Denmark, Dar- wa!
win's uew essay, Tvndall's wrestle with
Jlaatian, and Women's Medical Degrees; ^
but there were smiles when I ussured mft
them that the Presbyterians were devising nea
ways and means of trampling out scientitle
scepticism, and that the great ques* ver
Hon of the day was 'Science vs. Mosc*.'" sar
An Important Decision. j * ^
There will certainly l?e a great stir | }
over tho effects of thu recent decision of Ne?
the United State# Supreme Court in fa- <
vor of the holders of tho Cochrane patent l'10
for grinding wheat, as it affects the great ?eH
majority of the mills in tho country. Ac- l>rt
cording to the account of ex-Governor ^
Washburne, of Wisconsin, who is the ^
largest miller in the United States, who sj1Q
bought his machines in France, a rinjf of the
speculators in Washington have lately the
got hold of an old patsnt, never used, and
have had it reissued so as to cover nil the ^
machines used for effecting the process of ciij
making this fine quality of Hour. Tho ma
ring then made a case before or took one aj*
up to the Supreme Court, with a man of ?ca
straw for a detondant, and, no defence all
being made, obtained their decision, and W1
nrn hnw tiabinc It rnvftliv llunn ni-nrv fun ma
**v " *"-?o J J "I / .
of stones employed in this process. <iov. } .
Waahburne is under bonds of $250,000, jjgj
pending injunction proceedings, and the 1
amount of royalty throughout tho United ?ou
States, aa claimed, would bo $30,000,000 jjjjj
per rear. i*?
As Governor Waahburne says, to de- fro
prive the miller of the use of this process *or
is to ruin him. Because although this ^
kind of tlour is not as healthy as that u0]
made in the old, or lotr grinding Tray, it the
0 much whiter, makes such beautiful
ad, that iu use has become universal
all hotels and well-to-do families. To
ceed in imposing the royalty is to
W tho country in an additional
rty-six iuillionn of dollars every year
flour.
Mlftci'lJuiieouft Note*.
I'he temperance people are crowding
1 liquor eellers hard in New York,
e three-l>ed device to cover an inn per'rt
liceuse rnn be availed of no
>ger to shield the bar-rooms, and the
ciae Commissioners are now putting
tho licemo for wiling 1cm than live
Ions to such a figure im will ruin the
all Hnloon*. We do not know but
it this ig the ino?t practicable and
ctive movement in the direction ol
iperance reform that has ever been
uu.
['he bishop of the Koman Catholic
arch for the diocese of Cleveland, Ohio,
i if ? tied an order to the clergy and
ly of his diocese in relation to picnics
which beany*: "All kind*of round
icing, night dancing, dancing in hnllfi
ball-rooms, for the purpose of raining
ney for church purposes or public
iritie*, nro Htrictly and unqualifiedly
bidden. The sale of vrine, beer or any
id of intoxicating llquora at church
niw, cxcnri?ionH, festivals and suppers
ilso strictly forbidden, and trill not fx
milted under any pretence whatao'
r."
t has been a disputed question whethn
carrier-pigeon can fly as fast as a
[liningexpress-train, but the question
i been decided in furor of Iho pigeon,
0 London Spectator of the Slat ult. lias
* account of the rase between the tTain
1 the pigeon:
V very careful experiment?intended
teat the speed of carrier-pigeons?wo*
ed on Friday week. The bird, one ol
i homing pigeons known as "Belgian
yogeurn, wan tossed through the winiv
of a railway carriage aa an express
in with the Continental mail* lelt tho
miralty l'ier at Dover. Tho train
1 been timed to travel at sixty miles an
ur, but the bird reached iu home in
nnon street twenty minutes before the
in. Aa it could only have shortened
i distance by six miles, it had traveled
a paco of seventy-five miles an hour,
o bird, when released from the railway
riage, rose to an altitude of half a
le before it set ofT on its course,?bering,
in fact, exactly aa if it knew that
rising in the air it could tee its home
London. The wind wna woatprlr. and
i bird carried an urgent coruuiunicafrom
the French police.
['here never was a bolter example of
In speaking than the speech of Judge
rriraon, delivered laat week at Chapel
II, N. C. lie traced the history of the
te from the day when it stood third in
Union until the present time, when
tands fourteenth, lie dwelt upon its
ural resources and its extent, and
n pointed indignantly to its jpoverfy,
paucity of ita mines and manufastures
1 the illiteracy of its people, of
om 33S,000 cannot read. He did not
iilatc to draw a comparison with Ohio
order to humble the Htato pride of his
uers ?*till further, and as the great
nedyfor the ills of the commonweitllh
recommended work. Throughout the
ole country this lesson should be taken
heart: "Wedo not work enough, and
.V not L'ivtfli to labor tliat hiuT
)! * dignitv which it demand*."
llUSJilCSS 1%'otCM.
rho Excelsior Glass Works at Martin's
rry were sold on Monday last for $21,>,
the purchasers being the Exchange
ik, Commercial bank, and Bank of the
io Volley of this city, all of whiqh
d claims against the establishment,
e property is considered very cheap and
understand will be rnn under tho bu vision
of a committee appointed by
banks, and that it will Btart up next
inday. The sale can not be confirmed
the courj before next October. This
jpcrty formerly belonged to Sweeney
:Cluney & Co, and cost considerably
ir $100,000.
iVe have recently published several
tcments indicating trade revival in
w England, and in this connection the
iton Advertiser gives a statement of
ton consumption ?>y New England
lis. That journal has obtained figures
m thirty-eight mills, showing an inased
consumption of cotton during
first half of 1877, compared with the
it half of 1S7G, of about three and onei
ner cent, whilst a bnttnr orn.??
ton i < also uaed. These mills have
>n using about four hundred thousand
ea of cotton a year, and, reckoning the
ter fades of cotton tiaed, the Advertiser
ilka .ne increase in the number of
unds of goods turned out will reach
re than six per cent. Tho AikertUcr
0 nays that the goods produced have
;n closely Hold up, and the rule of no
emulation is a general one. The
)d.i have been cold at low prices, but
iy have gore for consumption and ex*
rt.
The insurance companies sutler to the
,cnt of $0,730,000 by the great tire at
John, 2s\ 1$. The English companies
1 the heaviest losers, their share aggre,ing
$l,822p000, against $1,409,000 by
Canadian, and $115,000 by American
npaniea.
Notwithstanding the interruption o(
strike the general haziness of the
intry for July, 1877, show*a gain an
nsurcd in tho bank clearing*, of 14
cent over that of the name month of
year. The loss during the riot week
i no) as much an one-fourth in the
ount of transaction* in any city, and
Pittsburgh was only about one-seventh.
i?raay bo taken to indicate approxitely
tho proportion to itH whole busia
of the loca! trade of each city,
lis and mean* of transportation were
y greatly cut olV, and business necesily
became almost altogether local.
u? Itev. Jlr. 'laltuH^c 'l'ellN Wlij
tlouteii can l'ray Hotter Than
leu.
t York San, of Monday.
)ver four thousand j^erHona attended
nervicea in the lirooklyn Tabernacle
terday. Tho ltev. Mr. Talmage
ached upon tho text, "God shall wipe
iy all tears from their eyes." He said
tour jovs spring from the sowing of
ra. God makes them, rounds them,
ws them where to fall, and exhales
m. A census is taken of them. And
re is a record as to the moment when
y aro born and the placo of their
vca. Tears of bad men are not kept,
ixander in his sorrow had tho hair
>ped from his home* and mules, and
de a great ado about his grief, but in
the vases of heaven there ia not on*
Alexander'* tears. I speak *of the
r? of the good. Alas! they are falling
tho time. What is the use of them?
ly not substitute laughter? Why not
Ice this world an eternal stranger to
n? and achet? Bring your dictiones,
your philosophies, nnd your reoiw,
and help me to explain a tear,
'he chief ingredients are the acid of a
: have made a better world than
thin. What a pity he had not
been present. (Laughter.) I do not
, know what God will do when some] men
, die. Men think they can do everything
u God shows them they can do nothing
withont his help. Trouble makes
' men pray. And that is why women can
1 pray better than men; they'have had ho
i much of it. Before he has had trouble a
man's prayers are poetic. )He begins
; away up among the sun, moon, undstars,
| and gives the Lord a great deal of astronomical
information. He must be highly ]
gratified. Then he goci down gradually [
! ?and beautifully?and lands forever and
i ever, amen. Trouble will drive all that!
1 out o! him. When I began to preach I
used to writo down all my sermons. I ]
1 sometimes preached sermons on trouble,
but they were nearly all poetic and in I
| semi-blank verte. God knocked the
| blank-verse out of me lorn;'.ago.
; I am an herb doctor. I will tako the I
' "root without form or comeliness" and!
i"" ? v?uiuiun, vuvn iuc rone 01
Sharon and the lilly of the valley: then
some of the leaven trom the tree of life;
| next, the branch that wu thrown into
Marah of the wilderness. Then I pour
in the tears of Bethany and Golgotha.
Then I atir them up and kindle under
l them a tiro made out of tho wood of the
, cross. One drop of that potion will cure
the worst pickneis with which any soul
| was ever aflllcted.
I II A* V 1VIKI AIM'. RI'ITritlVC
from the c fleets of tho warm weather nnil
arc debilitated, are advised by physicians
i to take moderate amounts of whisky two or
three times during the day. In a little
, while those who adopt this advice frequent,
ly increase the number of "drinks" and in
time become confirmed inebriates. A beverage
which will not create thirst for intoxi1
eating liquors, and which is intended especially
for the benefit of debilitated per1
sons, whether at home or abroad, is Dr.
Schenck'i Sea Weed Tonic. Containing
tho juices of many medicinal herlw, this
preparation does not create au appetite for
the intoxicating cup. The nourishing and
life supporting properties of many valuable
natural productions contained in it and
well known to medical men havo a most
strengthening inllucnce. A single bottle of
of the Tonic will demonstrate its valuable
qualities. For debility arising from sickness,
over exertion or from any cause whatever,
a wineghissful of Sea Weed Tonic
taken after meals will strengthen the stomach
and create an appetite for wholosomc
food. To all who are about leaving their
homes, we desire to say that the excellent
oflcct* of Pr. Schenck's seasonable remedies,
Sea Weed Tonic, and Mandrake Pills,
are particularly evident wheu taken by
those who are injuriously affected by n
chance of water and diet. No person
should leave home wl^out taking a supply
draggiiti. cod.
DIED.
SCHUEINCn?On Monday, Augiat Cth, 1S77, at
11}< o'clock p. .v.,(ikohob K., infant wnol OtloO.
ami I'rwJIh Jauo ithiciucr, a^cU 'J months and
10 J* VI.
The funeral will take y\vx from hin parent*' rosMence,
turner 37th and Wood atreata, this afternoon
nt 2 o'clock. Friends of the foully arc Invited
to atund. Interment at Qrtcawood Cemetery.
Ar.NF.rr.-At Fairmont, oa Monday, August
Cth, 1577, af-'o'cloek r. m., Wans llaurrnw, infant
win of Col. W. W. and Mrs. 8. S. Arnatt, of
Wheeling, aged Z months and 10 daya.
REKD.-Ou Tuesday morning, AuRuat 7, 1877,
at 0J$ o'clock, AaatiK IUvmomj, infant son of C.
A. and K. A. Itced. aged 4 montba and IX daya.
Glass, Sash,
Doors, and
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES,
Na. 1211 Main Street, Wheeling, W. Va.
FOR HALE?ARMSTRONG A McKELV Y'8
SUPERIOR BRAND
WHITE LEAD.
What Paint** Say About this Lead.
Dattox, Ohio, April 17, 1877.
Out undersigned, di hroby c?rttfjr that ?c
b?n?umsI ?ruutnrag * MoKUry'n mriclly |*tir?*
W lute Ut.l; ru<I we flnj It Ujo in the nmrkrt.
It I* whiter, kround tlner, cuvut* tuort MitUre,
ami hn? uiorc boly, than any we bat* ?vw itvd.
IMjjiml fijrj Joiis H. UKMi-sKr.
Sl*n and Carrinu? Paiutir.
. IIaxtkii A Firth,
Pnlnt'ra end P?j*r Uanger*.
J. A. X-ADI>.
Painter and Pi|*r Hanger.
A. P. Uauktt,
"T-11 Home and tfiga Pjfatcr.
M l-> A. T K R, O O F"
! tha
CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
FIRE-PROOF COVERINC
For Brick or Frame Building! Tko Ultltrenco lo
Irmuraticc will pay the additional coat oter ahinulcs.
Prkea beyond competition.
CYRUS ]J. YOCUM,
Sf*-<1*W 8TICVKMVILLI, O.
J 011N 0. 8CHULTZ,
rum ADD ORNAMENTAL,
HL.ATK HOOFER,
No. no Etoirruami Stbut.
All ufilcn promptly attended to. Repairing scat
ly untie ?n?t warranted. n^j
GOOD ARTICLE 13
ALWAYS IN DEMAND.
Tbetefora It U not itrxogc that A. D. Loos'* tnJo
1? conitantly Incretilng. The MILK furniihed
from kli Dairy la alwaya awcet, frrah and puro.
Frlendi try It and ate far yonraelTW. aug?
Q OTEINMETfc,
Paper Box Manufacturer,
Noa. 1211 and 1213 Main Street, up lUlra (old
Onion 11 all), la now prepared to make nil kinda ol
Faucr aad llaln Paper Kox? In ni good style and
at aa low prica u any home In tba country. Or*
dwa from the country promptly attended to.
mrtl
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
THJB curcnif ATI A L0U18Y1LLE
Tb# floe Fumdipt Eteamer
\f. r. THOMPSON Hod. xnowu, MmK
Nat. Va uuart, Clerk,
Will leave Wedneeday at 10 a. m. For Irel|hk <
ptuige apply on board or to
II. PE4MOW.
au? 1180 Water t
NO RAVED GLASS.
Special attention is paid to all kinds i
MSQMA FAD GLASS! DECORATED WAR
At CUMMINS 4 WOODS',
j augB 1142 Main Btret
JJOT1CB TO CONTRACTORS.
I Ai8eaje<l Propoeatojrlllbe received at the offloo
wib riHHBRD. itne;iing a Kentucky Kalira
Company at WhNllai, W. Va., until Wcdneadi
Aufuil iSib, 1177, at ooon, for the completion
tbe grilling, tnaauurv and bridging of tba line t
twacn cait ami of Ohio Blrer Bridge abo?e the
bentllla and Qulncr ureal In the city of Whwllt
Ah), for tha traeklaylng and bAliaitlag of t
nine. Knll ipcclflcatlon* of the work can ba a*
at the oOca lu Wheeling after Wednwday, Augi
8l& , McLURB, Vict i'lea't.
M. J. BECKER, Chief Engineer. aufl
J U8T RECEIVED.
1,000 BOXES OF PAPER,
which we will atcll way down, at whulcm
or retail.
tTANTON & DAVES PORTS,
?u>7 41 Twelfth at,
"EYE-OPENERS."
Ciirbry Cabp, Harrlwn Co., W. Va.-Mm.
Oxivlg <& Dujjuid, Wkttlhg: Tha Cataract Ulau
u wot iult iuy eye* exactly, and. u I line not t
fore wan able to read for yoar*. I atanro you ifr
are highly nrlacd. What a comfort theae long ere
jpectacliy." I heac ixlcbrntU HpcctMlo, Walcbi
Clock#, Jowdrj, Ac., ran \w had at 1118 Main t
?tt?7 OXTOBY A DUFFIBU).
mnK LAST STRIKER CAPTURED.
nOSa-SAROKY ARTIST SQUEALS
I have no old itock to make cheap l'taotocrip
ua bait, but continue to make the rwtular al
bwtSatl* Flnlah forWCKN'.
A pO/BN. "J lie Ttrilict o! tho people it, ,thi
I cm I no ?nr dlll'tfcnco between in7 work,at V.
a down, and others at |3. Bath faction guarantee
,t , UROWN'* UALLURY,
au^r. Market atrect, below MoLurc Houte.
! j^iin vuiivn i r? kj i 11; r
Teicnti ami (luardiaui havicg dauijUtrrs
| educato, and who wish to secure for them t
adrantOROtf of a tint clan Jtnullrh and Frew
Academy, with muilul Initruetion unnurpamd
not unrquallod In thli country, and ail at ex?t*
inffly moderate rata, are adv'wl to InTMUgate t!
claims of the Academy of the Ylsttatton; at &l
de Chantal, nonr Wheeling W. Va.
HRfKUlM'KS.
General Sherman, U. d. A., and lady, WiuUlu
tou, I). C.
Major General George 0. Meade, U. K A., I'll,
adelpbia.
Brigadier General Lawionc.; 1'. Uralum, U.
A., and lady. Auaiin, Texan.
Brlfradler General JnriliN. l'almcr, U. a. A , ai
lady,Omaha, Nel?.
Mro Admiral David Porler, V. H. N., Waahln
ton, L>. ('.
Rear Admiral Joseph .Smith, U. S. N., Waihln
ton. D. C.
Mm. Admiral Dulilifren, Washington 1?. ('.
miRfl
JJKITED STATE* OF AMERICA,
District o( West Virginia, u:
George Ilashtaxi, i
> AtUchxnea
tfteambont "Kettle Gilbert." J
WiiuiiiiAw, n libel has t?en filed in IheDistrl
Court at Iho United Slain, for the Dlstrletof We
Virginia, on the '11 day of August, A. D. 1877,1
George Biuhoar* rt alt., against the stoauibo
"Betilo Gilbert." her engines, wide, outfit a
I?rel mid furniture. Now, therefore, in pur?i
noce of tho monition, tinder the r.o?l cf nld Coui
to mo, directod and delivered, 1 do, hereby, gi'
public notice to oil persons claiming the said itoiE
iMJt, her engines, tickle, outfit, apparel and fu?u
lure, or in any manner lutwwtcd therein, th
they be and siipm before the raid District Com
to be held at the City of Whenlloy, In and for tl
x'tiuici uj itbi Virginia, on
TUESDAY, AUUU3T2lst, 1?77,
nt 11 o'clock in the forenoon of that dnjr (providi
theaiueahall be a day of jurljdictlou, othenrl
on the next day of Jurisdiction tharcsflrr), tin
sndthcru to Inter]** their claims, and to tnal
their alU-xntlotu on that behalf.
(IEOUUE W. 1'AT TON.
U. S. Marahal, Di?t, West Va.
By 11. J. Ciurnuix, Dctmtr.
CKACJUFI ABABIt,
l'rootorafor Libelant*
Wheeling, W. Va., AuguJt 4,1S77.
QBEA.T RFDUCTION IN
China, Glass and Queanswaro.
A large assortment of Wall Paper an
Fancy Goods at bottom prices, at
JOUN FRIEDEL'S,
aug4 1130 Mais St.
gARGAISS IS
CARPETS
At U. MENDEL, BOOTH A CO'S.
Remnants nt very low priccB. atigl
$2 00F0R 0NE D0ZFN
Fine Card Photo;
AT
aug-1 iHOOlSS' GALLERY.
M. GROSSMANN'S
WATCHES
Theao tine tlmc-kroixrra are tuanufactured i
Drcaden, Baxony, lir Murrlta (irwsinnnn, of bor
logical famo, In Jadfea' and gont'a ticca, l?oth kc
and item winding. They are con?truct?>d on tl
aamo princlpln an the watcbea of the late Adolf
Lange, ami ?re of *cry auperlor worktnaniblp, at
full/ guaranteed for ]>crfoiuianco and durabilit
They are thebeit, their cost being considered, thi
hare been product*! tn any eounirr. Their fi
'jxctlon U luTitod.
C. 3?- BROWN,
Hole Agent for Wheeling and vicinity,
1207 Market Strkkt.
A full line of all grade* of American nti<l 8wi
Watches nt very low yrlwa ajiIJO
0OST YOU FOEOET IT.
We are offering good American Watch*
in Coin .Silver Cases for $1-1 mul Swiss oih
m low as $10, nnti
HEAR IS MINI'
Every watch is fully cuara.ntkfd t
r.ive katihtaiion or uo sale.
Don't mistake the place.
TURNER A DILLON',
jySO 1 'J23 Market street.
A. It. MOilKll RAI). \V. Til OS. ZlNl
.V. II. VAX CLE VS.
UNDERTAKING
COFFINS AND CASKETS
OK A LI. SIZSS.
SHROUDS, GLOVES,CRAPE,4c
A. R. MOREHEAD & CO.
. '-i.M.q ...Ml tUMIOS,
1117 Main Street.
ml
TORESCO PAPER IIANOINaiP
L '?V
For Decorating cf.urchca, Public Hull.
Store-rooms, Private Dwelling., 4c., nt
A. W. PAULT. 4 BRO'S,
jyso 1142 Malu street.
piNK FUH.N'ITURR,
LMS VVSTAIKS, COUXICJ13 4 MUROM
K. KDMUNDSON A SONS,
13y Liurktt Stekrt, PrrrsBiJiiaii, Pa,
no7
J D. PRAGEB,
PRACTICAL DECORATOR,
Of Churches, Halla, Stores and Dwelling
la Freico and Plaia Paper Hanging.
No. 42 12th St., WHEELING, W. VA.
raj34
g A J. N. CHARNOCK
Ilaye removed their liltckimith am
Horsc-ahoeing iliop to No.STwcntjMecom
itrect, between Main and Water street*
Wheeling, W. Va. je26
NEW ADV
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of
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PENN MUTUAL !
J OF PHIL/
o r, a-JLisr
LOS?DK P1I0AID 10 P0LICY H0LDERS
*ccu?uuiffi'HfiT*i^
SAW. C.
3AML. E. ST0KE3, Vice President.
II, S. STEPHENS, 2tl Vice Presiden
Eveiy Polloyholder is a member of
and privileges.
It lias declared more dividends In i
Company lo the United States.
5 It Is liberal In lit management, pro
ROBERT W. TU(
IOFFICE, No. 28 TW.
^S~AgenU wanted in every section <
. M.
j wholesa:
K PORK :
111
r. AND
?- Provisions, Sugars, Molasses, !
Solo Agent for the Dupont
no*. 1300 nn<l 1311 3M
jell
IS !
I gwanffi
HuQUral^H
EiUnl|D
' JAMES U 1IMTLEY,
Jlorchandlso Broker
And UEAL ESTATE AGEKT.
?4.1u?na UffotlitcJ lor Lendcn and Borrowi
1220 main 8tmr.
I ray<
Mm: SYLVANljs HEED'S
Day and Boarding Sohoot for You
Udlta,
Not. c ltd 8 Eut raj St., H? York. FourtMt
French (hit Iideui
of lh? ichool. ColltjUle coum of four mi
Careful training lu Primary mi pf-Mr.(,
, "^yil.UAM KU.SKIKK,
Attorney il r I.n ?
- -s'?- "?<*
Will ivmctlc* In lie Euto ud Fed mi pourta
, ??NJA1'J? 8- ALUSON, notaxt pcbuc
1 offlct m ibqtfc d?,|
1 F^C,Y FLOUR8.-I08B?rreli "BcJI?Ir#MUL
? X: ^'11W BarreU "Go?l MiiaL" Thi
' ?!.&? gndca of Flour?none betltr
fflWMt Juft retvlvnl and for nit br
JelS M. BULLY, 1IW and 1811 Main fit
ERTISEMENTS.
IS!
niinv pii vn i
DLfUm GILIvu!
I in Black Silks.
iiCJ-EiS CJ-E'
3 Grain Silk
DECEIVED
L XT C T I O IV ,
ii Ever Offered in the City.
\YLOR & CO,
France! "
Jfe Tnsi ir anp.f nn
"" iiwviiifniiivwiM VV|
1DELPHIA, PA.'
IZ ED1847.
> -14,234,011 tl
3.462.601 79
... 6.075,100 29
IIUKY, President.
, I JA3. WEIR MASON, Actuary,
t. , HENRY AUSTIE, Secretary.
the Company, entitled to til It) advantage
jomber, and of a larger percentage than any
rapt in Ita settlements of losses.
HIIEB, General Ajjont.
KLFTH ST., WHEELING, W. VA.
|>f the State; also City Solicitor!. np27
HILLir; ~~
LE GROCER,
PACKER,
DEALER IK
Syrups, Rioe, Flour, Meals, &o., 4c.
Powder Mill, Patent Safely Fuse.
lain St., VClioolIncr. "W. v?.
_"|^yAKTEDl~
To borrow $4C0 to $?00, on real estate
security, at n fnlr rato of Interest.
??. Address W. T. R., Intelligencer Office.
j<23
JOSEPH H. SAUK.
1313 MARKET STREET, WHEELING,
Repairer cf til klnd? of Sowing Machines, and
Agent for the Light ltunnlng
Uh DOMESTIC BEWINO MACHINES.
^ Oil, NtedlMind Attachments. #r>25 |
if?. * i
jry pRESEHVED FLOWERS.
Orders left at Dutchlns' Miuio and Art 1
Stnrp will ronol? ?? ? ?
ml Hie, the viper and sting of a bitter
aiory, and the fragments of a broken
rt. A tear in agony in solution! It
be ministry of team to keep this world
tn being too attractive. Ii it were not
trouble, this world would be good
ugh for me. I would be willing to
e a lease of life in it for a hundred mili
years if there were no troubles. With
earth cushioned, upholstered, pillar
ed, and [ohandeliered. and puch an expanse
that no atorr of other worlds could
enchant 01,1 would siy let well enough
alone. If you want to die and hate your
body disintegrate in the dust, and your
soul go out on a celestial adventure, tou
i can go; but this ia enough for me. it is
the ministry of tear* to make un feel our
complete dependence on God. King
Alfonso laid that if he had been
preecnt at the creation he could
" xuas?e,.
L prescription free
r? Manhood, .aj ,11 dlxmltn broi?M
In Uoncjxtm. l?rDra,OTaSEgSSSJ '
DRY COOD8.
c
I i m > n r. n iK.
Loot it tsi Big Haps! i
XI
OIIEAT REDUCTION IN I'UICES OF fj
DRY GOODS, 0
ol
; CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS AND WINDOW
SHADES, at U
HENRY ROEMER'S, 1
No. 200G Main Street. o
Wo will toll for the neat thirty daya our entire -
stock of gooda at co*t. Call ami look at our gooda f
and obtain jirlcca. Our largo atcck ol
Spring & Summer Dress Goods 0,
MUST BE CLOSED OUT. Jj
Look at our Drca Gooda at 10 and 12kc. u
Elegant Drwa Gooda worth 80c for 28c. u
Drtaa Goods that coat U and 40c for 26c. i?
Elegant Black and White Kuniurr Bilks for "5o,
All wool Black Caahmnre worth 90c fur 80c. <1
Kadi-made Skirts worth II W for ?9c.
fine Bilk Sun Umbrellas at cent to cloae out.
nun ouuuuu cnanib ivu cuuiluvi wear Trrr _
chap.
Carpets, Oil Cloths & Window
Shades, ,
Cheaper than trer before offered In thlidtjr. 1
Call and aw our 30 jardi of Qupet for |3 30.
Look at our No Hovered Cari.ot.
Wo Cupel for Sfl and 40c. ,
Tlivf are luperloi to anything la the dtr for the
pTlCt.
CORBETS, <e
A good Cowt for 40,00 tod GOc a pair. _
The cheapest and best stock of CAtWIMEflBS ?
to b? wen anywhere, good all wool, for 6Cc. The I
l*?t rooda made from 79 to 29e per yard. ^
Qui aad luck at our atock and you will b? con- !!m
tinted that you wn ?are money by buying your jq
5 HENRY ROEMER'S g
No. 2006 Milo Street.
jc20 ft"
- di
PLUMBING,CAS FITTING hi
Thompson &~Hibberd, I
ISM Jlurlict Hired. "
PLUMBEBS,
Gas and Steam Fitters, (
-??- n:
BRASS FOUNDERS. -
u
80I.E ACiKNTS FOK J
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINE, ''
?AND? IiuowlCN1
Stonm Pump, Dealers
in ton, Leail, Sexeer tnd Flue Pipe*, Gun jl
Host, Steam Whittles, Slttttn Gaugts, tniJ
alt kfadi rf numbers Good*. th
llurlug juit removed to tbdr new nml commodl*
our ijuartLTB, 1314 Market street, with n lar^e stuck
of the nowoflt and handaoinwt ucslinia of Cbnndo- '
Hers, ltracki't nnd l>rop Mthta, nud Intension "
Chandeliers in l.'ronzo end lila?; tbo public aio ...
rrapcctfully Invited to till and examine them. {,'
Tbclr goods nro all new. Jj'j ^
IJIRIifBLE * nOKKnEOOK, M
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters, A'
Deiden In I?ad, Iron, Galvanlrz-l, t-'tcain, Watci |
uid Dmln llpi*. Kwp conntuutly on haud a large X
amortmcnt Bnua Good*, Btcaro and Water Oiia^ji,
Putaj-a and Gas Fi*lur?. j0i
iOLn inxzm jfos WSST VIEUIKU J/OX j.'j
COLSAM'S CELEBRATED BAS MACHINE.
HEAD FOB OIBUDULJi. ?i
1410 MARKET STREET, WHEEUKO, WEST VS. JJ
| l*ronii<t attention Riven to order* from a distant
te
?
To Iron Mills and Engine Builders. ?We
biro jJM to our PLDM111S0 ??l GAS j"
| FITTING establishment, a tie* and complcti JjJ
Bit ASS FOUNDRY, fl
a
and nro now prepared to make all kind* of MI cj
and Ei^ine Iiraaa Cai-tlug? at abort notlco and of
the Tory beat quality.
rnmoT.p ?. ?"" -??- ?
Ko. H18 M?rket itreet ~1
J^EMOVAL. ~~
HENNEGEN, BATES&CO.
Wholesale Jewelers,
>ii
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, SILVER WARE, co
Of
355 W. UiLTIMOBP. St., A!
Ill
ii'2? BALTIMORE. MD. CI
' ? an
JACOB W. GRUBR. ^
an
JBWELEB, S
tei
(6CCCJHJ.0R TO UXXNKOKV, BATES A CO.) id
il
be
Fine American and Hwln Watches, Jewelry, th
Diamond* Sterling fcllrcr and Silver l'latetl Ware,
Parlor, Cfflcc, Dining Room and Kltebrn Clocks In ~|
largo variety nnd low prlcca. cli
JACOB W. GRUBB,
Jtf7 IISI MAIN 8TKEET. ~
The Argonaut Mills, 1
FOUMKULY J5
THE BRADLEY WOOLEN MILLS ?
MANUFACTURE
au
Yarns. Jeans and Flannels.
' i Nt
YAtlX EXCHANGED FOR WOO I.. tic
PC)
III
DALZELL & LIST, l-rtin
uir21i VVnP.BUXO, W. Va. Jj]
^JNDEKTAKINO. ?jj
BUKIAL CASES OF ALL KIND* ANU SIZES. ii\
COUP8EH CHEMICAIXY rBKSLttVED. r?
Oils nuiwcml nt all hour# from tbn Storw. **
WM. ZINK& SON,
Furniture nml Carpet Koouw, Worth Eml Cfliitri 0'f
Whrtiliog Murket. Jrii D|,
" . rui
?1.00. $1.00. ?i
Will get One Dozen fine Satin FlnUh ^
Card Photographs at Plummet's Gallery, wa
Satisfaction guaranteed. 1138 Main street, !}"j
Uornbrook'8 Block, between 11th and li!th, of
Wheeling. jy'25 }?
jyj"ILL3, FREW & CO., ^
BOOK BINDERS ?t?
1
?A*D? TO]
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. *!?
- cnt
'h[
Having all tho lntprt mi,i mM ?., 55
SiXont^?fldh,nVb"t wowUi render eutlre Q
ai5"H?tbe,r wdm. o
^te.as?-?Ed-?
MILLS, FREW A CO.,
fldi
Not. 28 Airs 27 Focmntirrn br? **
-SS!! WHKEUKO. w. VA
PISH-MAGKEREL, No.. 1,2 .ml 3
tai&HSrSSi2,"J^,,"?4K"t Uk?Her. ?
? &?"*"* u'u *"%:*<?,W"1 A
15C9 and 1311 luin lit. ]<
GENERAL NOTICED
IT ATE OFWEST viuoSlA.
i the Municipal Court ol Whwling,
B. Jordan, Administrator cf the nut<.n> ?
nultotU, tlneaxxi, u }u r, l"act
>1. Ill (.'tuncrry,
IljrTlrtoeof a decreoof U>? Muuifi.?i
hading, mada and ?nt?rad In the ab?7e f "'.'"J
u*. on tb? ZJd dajr of Jul/, 1.1), 1&77 i. I"*1
rred to tba undcrtlintd, Commiukur i.
>urt, to taka, aiato and rejwt:
l?t Au account ktwacn the aid i.w*,.,
hrr partli*. 1 ??ia?aj
2d. To fix a day for staling an account
Funeral tbii afternoon (August 8th) at 8 o'clock,
from tho realdence of his parenta, 2140 Market St.
Interment at (ireenwood. Friends of the family
arc re*poctfnlly Invited to attend.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
dkpactorb Off traws.
a.m. a.m. r.U. p.m.
RA'i.an. 4:40 1C:M? 0:20
p.m.
Cent, a PIT 7:40 4:10f 9:15 .........
W.r. A B.Dit S:tO 6:20 ........
a:*.
C1**t. A Pitta. 6:15 11:10 3:30 8:0t>t
athmval or tral.mb.
a.m. p.m. p.m. i'.m.
U. A 0. H. U 8:S5 6:00 10.43
a.m.
Cent. O. Dlr 0:40 li:33t 1-M
W. 1?. AB. Dl? 7:30 4:55
a.m. p.m. a.m.
Clot. A Pitts....... 10:65 6:S8 8:23 ft02|
t liailv excetitbuuday?Newark Accommodation.
JStculenvlllo Accommodation.?'Thla train during
the riuvpasMa backward and forward between
Martin'# terry and Bcllalre, atopplnu when reoulrvd
nt Sherman Ilouae, Aitaaville, Weat Wheeling
and Gravel Hill.
ENGINEERING.
CIVIL AND MECHANICAL
ENGINEERING
AT THE RENSSEUER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE,
TROY, N, Y.
Infraction rerj practical. Advantage* uniurj?>#e<l
In this country. Graduate# obtain excelled
ixmltiom. He-open* Sipt. 13th. For the Annual
lUvUtur, containing improved Courw of
Mudy. ?ui full particulars, addrean prop.
WM. L. AI)4M6, Director. Jy3l
WHITE LEAD.
12. F". HAY,
Paints, Oils,
Hchicii la lirrtltT gWen ?h?t I hai? elt,i r
uoaday, August 29th, 1877, at 1(10'click a m ''
le time, and tny offlce, No. 1223 Chaplin ',7.''V
'hccllDK. w?t Virginia, uIke pla*to? I
id atate tlw niatteia In atld derne mantlonZL
W. J. W. COWPKN til
Duiralwioncr of the Municipal Court ct w{m?> k;;
JJ24 * H
^OTICE TO CBEDITOIW.
o l be cmlltori of Connul Cotta, dtmaci.
InBurauancecfadecreeoftbe Municipal (w.
Wheeling, wad a In a cause therein jwadlea ii
ibject the real eatlte of tbe aald Conrad Con,' I.
ie payment of bta debt*, you art rrqulred to ,*?
nt your claims agalnit tbe aald Ctoiuad Cut, ,
r. J. W. Cowdfn, Oommlaalooer. at hit oft* u
Reeling, Weat Virginia, on or before Auguit
witneai, Tbotnaa M. flarrab, Clerk of Mid Com
ila 23d day of July, 1877.
THMMAHMninii.il
J Jli UvkofnlJ Cogil
EDUCATIONAL.
^riSCOrAL HIGH SCHOOL
Zi
NEAR ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA,
CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR now
The .Hth Annuil Kwaton ojrni S?pt'ir.btt 21
177. Catalogue not on aj>|t!lmtion t<> the hiou*
J, L. M. BUCKFOK1I, M. A.
Jy3t wxUw Vt
3ALTIMORE FEMALE OOLLEBK, roJotdT,
the tiUUi of Maryland, has new tmiMlra ' B
nplf grounds, good auparstiu, and tble KiculiY
hu COth sml-anuiuu amlon oi?tu fctptemtn
th. Hoard and Tuition 9XU to fas rrr jeir
ju?4 W. C. BKOOKI, LL P., Wnulmi
JTATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS. ~~
A meeting of the State Board of |j. .1
ninora for tlio purpose of examining canidatcs
for Professional Certificate, will be
old at MARTINSBURO, Berkeley county,
10 SSth, 39th and SOth of Avgwt, (taring )'
ic session of the Btntc Teachers Amoris.
on, appointed at that place.
W. K. PENDLETON.
jy'il President of the Board.
yilO WESLEY AN UNIVKUM1Y, ?j!
DELAWARE, OHIO.
EV. C. n. PAYNE, D.D., LLD., PtWDist
CIbmImI, Sdealillc and Biblical Goiinv*. !{?.
al Course of two years. Preparatory Derar turrit.
idlea admitted to College lluw-a. TuMm a&<l
I Incidental itt* not to excetd ten dollars ;?t
im. Board ami rooms rery low. Full TenuNha
fc'ojit. l'Jtn. Entrance Examination.vjit.iMli.
For tntaloRuca, Ao., nddnaj the pimdom. l(
rof. n. T. WELSON, Jjl'.
F0H 8ALE *
^DMI N1STII ATOK'S BALE.
The underslgufd *111 cell, from the frunt dttrel a
e Court House lu Wheeling, W. Va., on
SATURDAY. AUO. 18. 1377. AT lu A. M..
slikluon's iml'bovbb mtjus! t'katilkii if.vo
vat kb,
gelhcr with the exclusive right la ninnuf..eture,
?i ntid sell luachluca made under tbeI<ttiM|.*i.
I (or said machine, within ami (or the folio territory,
to-wit: The tttate ol West Vlrgiaia; aln.
c countlcs of Allegheny and Wasbhiutta, ! *.;
to t Lu city of Cumberland, In IheBtate of Maryail,
and also the counties of Jcffcnoe, l-'.uioi.i,
onroe, Washington and Guernsey, in ihi? Matt
Ohio. 1). H. Al.LI-V.iS,
Juiinhtrator of tbo estate of A. J. Harry, ? M
J. C. Hkbvby, Auctioned. i>>M
JIXECUTOK'S SALE.
Li
Iho undmiRncd, Kxeeutorof the hut will ana 1
lament of N. C. Arthur, deceased, Ute <i it.'
ty of Wheeling, West Virginia, hereby tjlvea i
.o that by virtue of the provisions of ild i-ill,
will, on
SATURDAY, JULY23, 1877,
tninenclnj at 10 o'clock a. m., at tbo front dun.: *
iu Court iioueo of Ohio county, in the riiy U
'heeling, otler for sale at public auction tho lowing
described real estate, to-wlt: Lot nuiulaI
thlrty-flvo (116) in Graham's addition lo UivmjI
ty of wbtcllng, altuate on the north ilde of hienth
street, bstween Loir and Jacob *tm>t?, lifting
about six feet of tbo west ride ol said hi
(lending back seventy-four <74) feet, which wji
Id by the said Arthur, bald lot now /runts on
ifteenth street about tifty-four feet, and extends
ick to the alley. There la erected on tins Jul ?
rge brick dwelling house, anpnlied with Uiul.rn
mvenlenres, and is a most desirable nroprtv.
'hen a tale is mado tho conveyance will include
to widow's dower right In the profutv. Term*
ade known on day of aale. Ftnons desiring to
undue the pionerty will call on the umlct signed.
J>:i It. G. HA KB, Kieemtr.
The above tale iv adjourned until HiturJay,
(ptembcr 1st, at 10 o'clock a. m.
JyW It G. 11A Ml, Kiecutu.
COMMISSIONER'S 8ALK OF VALUJ
ABLE PROPEETY.
aloof Wist Virginia.
In the County Court of Ohio county.
W. B. O'Neill
TS.
Virginia II. Wheat et al. In Chancery.
By virtue of a decree entered In tho above rut.- \
hi causo on tho 23d d?y of June, A. 1>. 1 s77, the
iders'gned, who was appointed fcpcdal lwnnis.
>nur tor mo j>urp.?, win ccil on
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29th, A. I>. IS",
mtnenciog nt 10 o'clock. A. at thfli front rfior
the Court IIoum of Ohio count}', West Virgin,
e following described real estate, thut Is b uj
II that lot or parcel of grouud ueacribcd v K'
imbtred one in Mjuaro tweutt-nlio In iIk- ]<Ut i.'
e addition to the city of Wheeling laid out by
itries T. Churchill, trustee lor Krnllj A. h:*,
d called BuenaVUta addition to the sild Hiy.
e mno Mni; sixty feet front on Twelfth Hm',
d extending lurk the mine width uim liuwrnl '
it, together with all and alogulir the liercdltv
cuui uu ?hijiuiicuiiucwi mervio w >?
j wire nj.jieitalnlng thereto. On the wot? !?
mi l lot thero la an alley ten feet in wWtb
Qdlng back the full depth of tie r..i-l Sot,n"
it of which alley belongs to tho ?l<i lot, ai l it
understood nnd agreed that theiald ullry ate.l
kent open perpetually for the arcoramodilluo o(
n diil'er?nt prcralsu to which the aauio Metk'
rcima or ?ali?Ono-thlrd or more if tlepuaacr
to elect cash in hand: the balance in i?
ual Installment* at one ami two ycaia, tL? |yraser
Riving notea Ixarlna Interest, with l,:
>ai security, for tbo dcf-nM payment*w.
j. w. cowpfn,
tiptclal loinim* :?uif.
inuc-tee's salk of vauwi-'i.!
. property.
Rr Tirtue of A DcoJ of Trutt made l. I 'ui-r.l
eking und rarah F. It eking, hi* wlf-. i!j- 1
ralgucd Truitiw, dated May '.'7th. ie:"?.?fc?l <1
?ru> among the latd record* of ohi- c-?unty.
wt Nfntlnla, in Deed of Truit Book h*'
i, 1 will Oil
81TU11DAY, thoMth day of AuguM ' "
ginning itt 10 o'clock a. m., at the tint '':
a Ccurt llouao ol Ohio county,
ciion tho following described property 'l*1'
y: All that portion cf Kpiatc numUi l'-'"1''
the addition to tho city of Wheeling I ' I Ir>'1
?h Zaue, and callcd Jtellalre addition. I'*"
u btlng bouude-j m follow> : couum r< ;t. '
luton the north Mde of Thirteenth ' J
impden)street, at the (livi>lon line v-[
aperty formerly ownoi bi Sohbak) )'" )
?property of ficorcn W Johnton, ? ' i 1
marked'by a lino ol brick act on ??I;
s pavementson Mid atroet In front <.! r *
rum, and is distant frout the uortliwt " '
i-'itcviith and Koil streets i-.i.tv??u ' ' ,
nth one hundred and nlnotj'thn^
en Inchw; thenco rnunlnglti n -ti.ir j
:tlon with anid dlrlslon line c.no f> 1
enty-cuo fc(>t four and one-half mrl< > I"
the Kick or couth boundary line of /
a tironertv. which mint l< itimant >
wt lu tnadlrectloa of the north U>ur--<'?
Boblrakl Brady'* property uoo lnuii -
iety-on? ftot fir a and one-fouitli in'1"
Doing Miatwnrilljr with the direction _
rth boundary llnu tiMr-nlov f??st toa <" ' 4
tho rar of A. W. K?-lly'i brick ?t>tl?\1,
uk la dbtant from fcoff ilreel along m' '
andary lino one hundred and thirtr-i*" "
uand one-fourth lucbw; tbenco ruiinii^ *'
rdly otio hundred ami twrnty-one fwi to"'Si
i?-h?ll Indira tn a ik,lnt fi;i the uurlb
Irtoenth street dUtant from the nort Ik? '.> :
Thirteenthand Eoff street! one huM?": ...
rty?two feet wren Incbw; anil thcsce v..;- '
an cuterjy dlreetlou alunjj TblrU<?t)> ?",n
ty-one feet to the place of beginning
Wnj the Mine property conveyed w
ckln* by tfoblenkl Brady ?n.l wife by d?lJ,,rl
vcmber 17tb, 1871, recorded iu Bock U, mc "
tbo Ohio county land rcoorda. , ,
the tltlo U believed to be perfect, but I ? !ic^,
r luch title as la veatcu la ue bytftcu^'it,
,
:*t3ta or Hal*?One-thin), or more i.' t).? p* ?
tier so elect, cash In hard; the balar.te lc 1
ml Installments at one and two yes"."*'
iter 01t1ur negotiable notes bearing Intetwi '
i day of aalefor the deferred payment";
W. H CALDWBLL, Tnu?''
y. J. W. Gownes, Solicitor. ^
11FFFR FRS Ss,ffiSw?
w. . , wr
tloD. who bare glren up aU hojA ?'<" <
d all the lo-calud remedlm, will fi";1 l?'n,a
b rrllfll by calllax at or kruling H?nii, l''r
mtlal, and beneficial advice to Ihi oM WMJ*
dloal Institute, 137 Sycamore St.. ClffS
lto or call and examine Ita Mukuuiw
jell ef ctltl CUfttf, and you will U>
tb?only Institutethat hit and cJn?llc,T*'
it these ailment* No charae lo wi1?" . .V
i for treatment till cured. _ *.
VERY LARUK AXD COMrl.Br?
. of HtapleBad Fancy Orocri^- J' f ^cri.
e but fint-claae goods. I-ownt m?r|r' .Ky ,
20 LIST, DAYI.M'UHI * 1'Al^-J' ,

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