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r K K W it o A M 1* B EL L, d
ruBuanxna no ?tor?t?T?M.
Till K.M1UY, Al'Ul'ST 23, 1877.
Tito W ay Uiul .Mr. Lit id ley ol KuiiiihIiii,
uoiild ritliiiiilnte Itunl*
IICMM.
The Stimulating cffect* of the immeime
huiuh of indemnity money paid by France
to Germany in to be seen in the prenent
condition of business in the city of ik*riin.
With the rant supply of ready money
poured into Germany vith the French in*
delimit/, building there began on an un* j
precedents scale. The growth of the j
city wm no rapid, that it is stated In 1S71 f
houses were not furniihed an fast oh the |
population iucroascd. The poorer people j
wore driven out of shelter, and were
farced to live in temporary sheds and in
the open parks. Tho suburbs were noon
absorbed and became part of a contro of <
n busy population. The high rents and
dear food broke the charm, and the tide
of population began Lo set toward Dreeden
and other Towns. Soon the building i
speculators began to Bee that they had n
been led to building invefltmenU beyond 1
all reasonable requirement.', and that .
there were too mauy houses for tho pop. t
ulation, even at itn liighc.it figure. The <
conscience was that many of the Buil- '
ding Companies failed, and private spec- 1
ulutors have never realized any profit y
from these investments. Itwaa not, how- i
ever, until within the past year that there '
han been an adequate fall in rents. It is
stated that there are now 20.000 vacant
apartment* in that City. There is a great
fear among German capitalists of a sud*
ilen crash, producing appalling disasters.
At present that City presents the sj>ectaclc
of large amounts of capital buried in
long rows of empty hoiwes, which make,
no sufficient return fcr the payment of
taxes.
It would appear that this condition of
things is not due to any present want of
money, which is no doubt as abundant
now for all paying investments, as when
these useless buildings were constructed. I
The only trouble is", that hou?es were
huilded without anybody to occupy them.
There wa? nn overproduction. We do j
n it hear whether the workingmen of <
Merlin are demanding that the owners of j
the?<c empty buildings shall proceed to
put up more building!", without waiting ?
for tenants for those already up. If they i
had a few American statesmen of the
right sort, to lead them, they would do
that. _
i.\ the schools.
t'ommcnlN o! tho German Xeivspupcr
on llitt Itmnt Action
ol tho Wheeling School
Ikurd.
(tcply Thereto l?j Judgo Cochran.
[C'omimrtits of the AS'heii'ui; Z.ltun^.)
In our last issue we culled attention to
the danger winch threatened the German
department of the free schools, through
the infamy of the chairman of the Committee
on German, John C. Miller.
The consequence of thin was a general
indignation among the resident Germans,
and a determination to address a petition
to the School Board, in which the maintaining
of the department unchanged was
requested and the proposed curtailing
thereof was protested against. "
* 8 Thursday evening the session
for deciding look place. All the School
Commissioners were present with the exception
of J. \Y. Wait. The j*titions
were laid before the President, Dr. Baird.
Judge Cochran read the majority report
of the special committee on German. In
thin report the initruction of Geruiun is
characterized as lntilo and injurious,
an...
'very dollar which the instruction of
German costs injures the instruction in
Knglish to the extent of a dollar'* worth,
ho that the German department really
consume* not $2,000 hut ?0,200 every
year. The reportclosea with a resolution
that the position of superintendent in
the German department shall he abolished;
that tho salaries of the male and
female teachers shall ho reduced to a
level with the lowest salaries of the
female teasers of English and that the
German language ahull l?c taught only to
pupils of Division A and the grammar
class, and that fn separate rooms.
Dr. Hupp moved to adopt the resolution
appended to the Viinority report, and
supported this motion in a rather lengthy
and admirable speech in which he asserted
that the proposition of the majority
report to place the instruction of
(mockery) insull, since such separate
rooms did not exist; that tho banishment
of German instruction from the school*
was equivalent to the banishment of the
German# themselves, as the latter would
turn in that event to private and church
schools, and that the degrading of the
free schools contemplated by his opponents
had no other ann than the reducing
of the latter (?. e. the free schools) to
charity schools.
Cochran replied to Dr. IIupp in
an angry attack upon the teaching
of German, in which he maintained,
among other things, that sincc
the introduction of the teaching of German
in Wheeling not ten Anglo-Americans
had acquired by means of it a
practical knowledge of German.
In the division thereupon ensuing, the
sad fact wns developed, that the enemies
of Germany had the ascendency over her
friends, and for this we have to thank the
last election.
We shall make our remarks upon these
events aa short aa possible. The "German
haters" and wome bitter opponents of
our national free school system unfortunately
form at present a majority in our
school board, and have determined to
banish the teaching of German at every
cost; the main part of the undertaking
has been accomplished, what still remains
(i. e. of German instruction) is perfectly
futile, yet it is sufficient to show the sophistry
of these gentlemen in all its disgusting
aspect, They did not consider it
reconcilable with their view* that Ger*
man should Iw taught in the schools in
the only successful manner, viz: Beginning
from tho lower classes, but they
have the face to foist upon tho public a
Hwindlc, a bugbear, of which they well
know that it must sooner or later
come to naught as ridiculousness and
nonsense. A school commissioner binds
himself by his oath, which he takes as
school commsssioner to be a faithful
guardian of the interests of the schools
and tho people; through (by) his acceptance
of the majority proposition, which
has no other aim than to place German
on tho edge of the precipico in order
that it may fall oil'itself: he entails upon
the population,as he well knows, a perfectly
useless outlay of ?1,540, which is
to be paul to the German female teacher*
only in order that they may uselessly
fatigue themselrea for a year. Can he
justify this under his oath ? If he puts
this question to himself, he must blush
with shame, if ho has any shame left.
It would hate been the duty of the true
friends of the school*, after their opponent*
has brought forward and carried
their farce, to have energetically protestprotested
against it and to hare obtained
the complete abolition of German instruction,
instead of allowing it to Inn
ulflh awhile longer aa a ridiculously 1
lutllated appendage.
We wcro entreated by eeveral Germans
to call an indignation meeting
nd to pasi a vote of want of confidence i
gainst those eleven heroes who gave the i
eath blow to the teaching of German. 1
<vt uh rather leave this alone?the eleven i
foulj accept Much a vote, proceeding 1
rom Germans, only as a> triumph, and t
ueet it with a laugh of scorn. Leave
o them to-day their inglorious victory; <
et us, however, impress their names in- i
ifl'aceably upon our memory, in order i
hat when at future elections they again t
ivpolitically neek for.tho favor of their t
'German friends," we may be able to re* i
urn with intprpxt tli? Irirlt which Ihev
;ave un day before yesterday.
The Chairman of the Committee on
Jerman, however, (JohnC. Miller), who
in* the miserable ?lorr of having con*
rived and occasioned thin overthrow of
he German*. will henceforth wander
iround as a frightful example of a degenerate
son of Germany, and if he can
?nr the contempt of hin fellow citizen*
le will have to thank for this only his
ack of a sense of honor.
lltfply to tho Above]
Wheeling,Aug. 22,1877.
iiutave QuUenbtrq, Edilor Deutsche Zcitunn
Winding, W. Va.t
Sir?In tho two or three yearn you
inve been in thin country, it in scarcely
>robabfe that you have become familiar
rith our institutions and all the reaaons
ind motives which actuate men who
vero born and rawed here.
One of the element* of our civilization (
s "n decent respect for the opinions of (
uen" who differ with na on debatable ,
piestions, and not to answer argument*
>y questioning motives or raining the
:ry of "ignorance and sophistry."
While it may be your right, 1 question ,
whether it is modest or wise in you to
appeal to the prejudices and passions of
:hc German clement in our city, as I am
idvised you did in your issuo of the 13th
inst.
In a translation furnished me of your
report of the action of tho School Board
respecting German in the schools ol this
lity, you name, in large character*.
"Dr. George Baird, George B, Caldwell,
K. II. Cochran, C. II. Collier, John
I'itzMuimon*, , Jas, Maxwell, John C. Miller,
Jas. Todd, C. H. Wat kins, Andrew
Wilson and Jesse S. Wheat as *'Halm of
German," "Enemies of German," Ac., and in
llaminc t^rnc call on your readers to
.u.viwY xun.u;
You charge these men m capable of
falsehood," and make the threat that
jrou will impress their names on your
memory, anu in the future give;them a
kick whenever you can.
You speak of the#e men as supporting
what you call the "infamy of John C.
Miller;'1 ami of that gentleman you say,
he "shall be forever an absurd example
sf a downfallen German descendant and
wanderer who is without honor if he can
bear the disdain of his fellow-citizens,"
and you refer to all these gentlemen as
"Knownothings." Where did you learn
or acquire the liberty wherewith you thus
publish and speak of American citizcns
who are your equals in integrity and intelligence?
Are you an American citizen ? or do
you thus speak of men in thin land by
virtue of some superior right or liberty
you possess as a subject of some foreign
Prince, Potentate or Power?
Look at your dictionary! It tells me
that infamy means a "total loss of reputation;
public disgrace; qualities detested
and despised; notoriously bad and
scandalous. In law, that loss of character
or public disgrace which a convict in
* 'ii r, j.mi uj niiiv.ii u jiciduu in rcuuercu
incnpablc of being a witness or juror."
If you mean all this, or any part of it,
I want thin community to know the intolerance
with which you, and all in sympathy
with your words, view every man,
woman and child |in this city who does
not accept your creeds, customs and notions
with abject servility.
For my fie It I am Retting tired of this
eternal threat and effort to array the Germans
(m a data against every man, not a
German, who does not do precisely as
they wish or command him to do.
Every man who seeks to do such
things is a demagogue and bad citizen,
whether he be English or German,
for lie is inviting a contlict in which the
German and all other classes will suffer.
If you are the fair minded man and
^nth-man I had supposed you to he, you
will give your readers the full report of
the majority of the committee wherein is
given home of the reasons for the action
of the "eleven heroes," us you call the
gentlemen you have named.
If you refuse to publish it I must conclude
that you want to keepvour readers
ignorant ot its contents, ami are seeking
to destroy the schools of the city by forcing
a cIom interest to the injury of English
education, am! cncouragtng a light between
the German and other element* in
our community. Are you ready for this?
Have you counted the probable gain and
log.-? Do you suppose those of uh whom
you thus attack and invite this community
to kick and treat an infamous enemies,
without honor or intelligence, will
be idle under the exercise of such a licentious
liberty of your pen and press?
You even hint that some of tbe members
oi the Board of Education havo
committed perjury.
Do you H[?eak for all the German citizens
of this city and country when you
thus call men infamous whoee minds do
not work as yours and who do not see as
you do? Are you going to hold every
Mich man a perjurer, and call on your
German readers to stop all social and
commercial intercourse with them?
Is this tho kind of citizenship to which
you are aiming yourself and inviting and
educating your German readers?
Do you rellect that such a social and
business ostracism will cut both wavs?
Do you hope by such a course either to
nerminde or fnrna the ndnntion nf triowa
systems and institutions against tho conscience,
judgment and wishes of your fellow
men ?
For myself, I neither fear nor respect
your threat*, and wilt not swerve a hair
from what 1 conceive to be my public and
official duty, to get all the German votes
and all other votes of the city.
What I did I believed to be better for
both English and German instruction,
and to say that it was done in hatred of
the Germans is false and unfair. My "reply
to Dr. Hupp" was not anyry, but
earnest.
If the German language was not taught
at all in the public schools, yet the German
child has an equal chance there with
other children to get a good practical
English education, and everything that
imperils that opportunity to either the
Anglo-American or German-American
child should be opposed.
If any German parent does not want
his child to get an English education,
it is greatly to be regretted; but he must
not ask his instruction in German to the
serious hurt of that other child who is
struggling to get a practical knowledge
of English to tit him for social and public
duty and American citizenship.
If German may be taught (not attempted)
without injury to practical English,
1 shall not object, but if you force a
cnoice uciween "uermanizmg America,',
and 4*Americanizing the Germans" in this
country, 1 shall choose the latter.
If you want to bring to this country
the quarrel* of the clans, and classes, anil
tongues of the old world and divide tho
body politic on such lines and hates, you
are an enemy to free schools, free
thought, free speech, free everything.
Whatever is said or done on this subject
should be in a spirit of fairness and toli-ranc<\
and not to inflame the prejudices
and passions of men and classes.
Let reason and not invective, persuasion
and not denunciation, facts and not
perversions govern us; and in all things
let im have a decent respect for the honest
opinions of respectable fellow>citizens
who can rise tevthe duties of an occasion
above the level of truculenceand without
an eve to the sole question of their personal,
professional or political advancement.
Very respectfully.
R, II. Cocurak.
rhc German Citizen* of Unci
null I'ropoM t'olonlzullon 1
tho WcHteru Mlalei
CiNcnfWATI, August 21.?A moveme
vbich will be watcned with conaideral
ntereat by various clasaea of peonle h
recently been inaugurated among the Gi
nan citizens of this city Recent ever
lavo shown the tniaerica of life in crow
><1 communities in an unpleasant ligl
rhe present plan in one which, in t
jpinion of it* advocate*, will relie
uany of the poorer claaa of persons of t
llacomforta which they are now oblig
o endure, and will afford them room 1
heir induatry and a proapect of comfc
ind competence.
The scheme in the preaent caae coi
cniplatea an emigration of all who fav
luch a plan of bettering their conditi
o a location in one of the Weatern
iouthwestern Slates. The coloniata a
o engaeo in farming. It ta tfroposed
lecure tho land under the national hon
itead law. The projectors hare it alao
uind to aak from the General Govei
uent an appropriation sufficient to pi
:haae the neceaaary implementa for I
{inning the work in a new country. W!
this provision, it is thought that a lar
number of people could be induced
leave the city iu the hope of a laboric
but comfortable life. For this purpc
it is proposed to organize a society
those willing to join auch a moveme
rhe principal mover* in the affair are
the opinion that Congress cannot res
in rpnannuli?* ti at titer nmtu
lo make, and are aaugnine in the antii
pation that the appropriation mention
above can easily be iecured. Withe
the appropriation, they acknowledge tl
they would be unable to carry out tin
design,
The organization of the society has p
cectled do far that a committee, conaiati
of Meaara. C. Bundschuh,C. Keif, M.
Jacobi, H. Markworth. H. Thumey
Ilenry Schumacker, aud Wm. Williat
has been appointed to prepare a mem
ial to be prwented to Congreas. The coli
iata aay they have no deaign beyond tl
of forming ao agricultural communi
that they have no socialistic, or religio
or political \lewa to promote by
movement. All that they would aak
land suitable for the purpose, the to
necessary for work, and the aeed for i
first planting and sowing. Already it i
pears that aereral hundred of the G
mans of this citv have testified an inter
in the proposed society, and are ready
enroll tbeinaelvcs in it.
A Remarkable Surgical Ope;
tlon.
From the Baton Globe.
A very remarkable medical case i
couie to our knowledge, anil we havesi
no account of it thus far in the journ
of the profession. A lady living in 1
ston was troubled with some afiectior
the throat. The doctors pronouncec
bronchial and recommended a trip to
South. She obtained no relief from
climate, and on her way back consul
an eminent physician in Baltimore, v
Raid that a tumor had formed inside
windpipe. On reaching home she comr
nicated this opinion to her physici
here, and afler consultation, the doct
decided such to bo the fact. The li
placed herself in the charge of some
the best medical talent in this city for
treatment of her case, which was beet
in# very serious. It was with great d
culty that she could swallow anythi
anil her breathing was becoming tin
and more obstructed. It was decii
that the tumor must be removed, thoi
such an operation as taking a tumor fr
the inside of the windpipe was unkno1
and an instrument must be invented
the nurpose. A tube was put into
windpipe below the diseased Hpot, and
throat subjected to a course of "edui
tion" for the operation. An instrum
was deviled, having at the end a com
nation of claws which could be wort
from the other end, so as to close iirn
over the tnraor,-and an arrangement \
made for passing a current of electric
through the instrument. In due ti
the operation was successfully perforir
by gently pressing the instrument do
into the windpipe, tirmly grasping 1
tumor in the claws and burning irout
the electric current. It was drawn o
and the lady, who underwent the ord
wiiiioui wte use 01 any ann^iueuc, waa i
ing well at l&at accounts.
nakiued.
KA8ELV?TAYLOR.?OnWednesday. Aim
22, is;;, at ? o'clock a. m., by Iter. J. T. MtC'li
1?.D., ?t tli8 rMldcn?? o( the bride'* father,
Airx. Taylor, 21(9 Unpllno street, Mr. 8ami
If. KiMKLr und Miss Mjooi* IS. Taylor, Ml
wheeling.
died.
BAWLING.?On Tuesday erenlnR, August
1877, at Moun-lstllle, Sir. Jons 6. 1Uwu.hu, in
81at j car of bli ate.
Funeral from the residence of his ton, C. J. It
ling, No. 2G Fifth street, In this city, at'J a
Thursday. Interment at Scotch Bldge, Ohio.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
dxfartobb of tha159.
a.m. a.m. t. m. *
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r. m.
Cent. O. IM* 7:40 4:10t 9:45 ...
W.P.AIUHy 8:30 6:20
a:M.
CIct. Ik. Pltla. 6:16 11:10 5
akk1val 0? TUAlXa.
a.m. p.m. r.it. r
B.AO.C.H 8:55 6:00 10
a.M.
OnUO. Wk ...... 6:40 ll:S5f 7.20
W. P. -I B DI* 7:30 4:55 ...
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I itallr tsctinBunda jr??ewark Attornmulat
jSitiuwnrlll? Accommodation.?'Thl? train t
in(t the day picso* backward and forward bet*
Marti ri*? Fvrry and Bellalr*, (topping whrn rw
r?lat8beriu*n Houae, JKtnaTille, Weet Whw
and Uravel Hill.
D?* COODS.
iTIEW
FALL GOODS
Fid Stock Just km
5,000 Yards CANTON FLANNELS
extra low price*.
1,000 Yards all wool PLAID FLANNl
at old nricea.
600 Lb*. WOOL YARNS, at Whole]
and Retail, very cheap.
500 Yards GREY TWILLED FLANK
forloo.
1,000 Yards PLAIN RED and WTO)
FLANNEL ns low oh 20c per yard.
New CASSIMERES,TWEEJ)3?kJEA
for Men's and Roy#' wear.
New Btrle of DARK PRINTS receh
LIGHT COL'D PRINTS at 5c per yi
New Stock desirable patterns of the I
GINGHAMS.
Finest Blue Rlack CASHMERE, .
PACA and LUSTERH. received for the 1
Trade and will be sold at the lowest pr
WORSTED DRESS GOODS, suit*
for Eall wear, at very low prices, from
to 20 and 25c per yard.
CARPETS, CARPET!
Wc still sell Carpets chcaper than i
uuunu IU I lie cuy. AitllO!
Carpets hav? advanced with wool, we i
sell our* St the old prices.
Cheap Floor Oil Cloth, Window Shn<
Lsce Curtains, Ac. GIVE US'A CA
HENRY ROEMER
No. 2006 Main Street.
aulS
Fresh teas-soo packag
Uuntowder, Imperial, Young liymn, Ooli
Entllih llrrakfait, and Souchong Tcu. In a
BDu toe Hie at low flgurw.
M. hEILLV, 1309 and 1311 Main E
? NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WANTED^itTlTATI 0NA8 HOUSEKKKPEU,
by a woman who ii willing and able to
V make lierr-1! uwful lu that capacity. Hcfercneo
16 U required. Addrvai U. W., 3143 Jacob tit.
U an24*
;r. poll MOUNDSVILLE CAMP MEETINU.
'i" ino Steamer SCIENCE, bJR&lfr
J Qi-U A. II. BooTii.tfHBflb
i ' Will leavo for the above on 8albatb morning at 0
o'clock promptly, and leturn alter the evening aerV6
tlce. hound trip, Mo. Tlcketa can be procured at
he E<mi ^tore hum
e,l au2t C. II. BOOin k BOW, Aienta.
or gQQ LAHOIIERH WANTKDUpon
the I', W.AKjr.ILB., between the
city of Wheeling and the eiut end of the
or Steubenviiie Bridge. Applv to
C. MACKIN 4 CO.,
ire nu23 Upon the Hoe of the road.
gTAlB STEP DUUONa
The moit convenicut Car]??t faitaning
lr. Yet uiade. Bound and oval Walnut Hods
M. with uicklo fastenings.
|'1> an23 O. MENDEL, BOOTH A CO.
IJUSINKiJ COLLEUK?
lllB D Established 1800,
)?e Dni flne *nJ' furnished rooiur, a thuT,
outfit Commercial uiurmi, and alio glvw thorough
oi Initruciion In an/ or all (hit common Kngliah
Ut. braocbes. krulona day aud evening. Individual
nr instruction. Call at Cul lege office, or address
J. M. FUABllKB 4 CO..
"ri*-W,8*w Wbeeling. W. Va.
X J^OTICE TO CONTRACTOR.
ieij Bealed rropoaala will be received, by tbo Boerd
>Ut of Cotnmlaaloncra of the Leaf Tobacco Warehouse
for the but# of Ohio, up to 0 o'clock a. u, tJeptem.i_
ber lUlh. 1877, for matrilala and workmanahlp do*
B,r cmary to conitruot a Tobacco Warehouse for the
btalo of Ohio, fo 1* kcated In the city of Bellalre,
ro. and constructed of brick or stone according to the
plana and az-colllcaUuus for the aamo, t? ho seen
"B after September 1, 1877, at the offlco of J. W. Yost.
A. Architect, Bcllalrc, Ohio. BUli will be rtceiveu
or, ,or "ie whole work, or for tbo excavaUon, atone*
n* wofk' Wckwork, woodwork, Uu and lrou work,
un> and painting and glazing.
or- Before awarding contracts good and luffldent sron*
furlty for ths proper comp'.?lion of tho work will
be required.
>ai T)?. rluhl In t*9di v. .I .11 1.11.
17, Isaac Burton,
tin, chab. hahk,
ISAAC WESINEB,
Comwlsiloncra.
Jfl lluuiw, ()., August 32,1877. au'iS-Tb
the |yANTfc:D-ni)AliDt:lWThree
or four gentlemen can get firat-clasn
est Boarding, nt reasonable rates, by enquir*
10 ingnt
an32* No. 54 Kiftkrntii Stbkkt.
ra. Silver Plated "Ware.
All beat brands, Tea fc'uU. Cake Bsikots, Butter
and Berry Dishes, Outers, Spoons, Forks, Ac. Our
- 1rl|>1e Plate beats our tlnn name, and wlllbe guar*
b&B anteed. Call at 1103 Main street for Plateil Ware,
Watches, Clock*, Jewelry, S|?ctaclts, Ac., Ac.
een ?TSi>cclal attention niton to repairing.
ao|M OXTOBY a DUFFIE1.I).
^oi JJtASTIC AND SPRING
TRUSSES,
the Oq luiml ami made to order ut the Glove,
te(j Suspender and Shoulder Brace Mauufitctorho
T? Market Street, below P. < >. nu'JO
the pRO K! CttO K! CEO K !
ou- V-/
jan Cheaper than thu Cheapest at
?J BUTCHINS MUSIC A XI) ART STORK.
of CROK! CROKt CEO K!
the auis
)tnifli
r\ RANGES AND LEMONS.
ng? ^
ire 100 Boxes Choice
$ ORANGES AND LEMONS.
orn
tvn, 20 Bags Fresh
the COCO A KT UTS.
j,a_ Just received.
"i. N. SCHULZ.-I3I9 Market St.
ted ft"17
ran JUST RECEIVEU~
?ly WAX FLOWEIt MATEttlALB,
CANVAS.J, imUtI!KS, TOlim,
wn MILL IWAKD, BKIffTOL KOAKP,
tj?e At MtLUIW 110USE ART STORK.
b7 Jj'iS F. 1- NI COLL
Ut,
cal TjlRESCO PAPER llANOlNGSJo
L1
For Decorating Churches, Public Hulls,
Store-rooms, Frivnte Dwellings, Ac., at
,ust A. W. PAULI. & BRO'S,
jv30 1142 Main street.
?5 OtANK BOOKS.
OUR FAIL STOCK OF BUNK BOOKS
lit now being recclTetl, and we call attention to the
22, excellent* c>f and Blnihug, lwtng equal to
the cuitoui made worir.
fcT ANTON A DAY EN POUT,
n?. tnlS 41 Twklftu HTKKUT.
* J D. PBAUEB,
= PRACTICAL DECORATOR,
Of Churches, Halls, Stores and Dwellings
in Fresco and Plain Paper Hanging.
? No. 42 12th St, WHEELINQ, \V. VA.
my24
^ THE FAMOUS BRAND OF
is "HnATQ"
fing " W
: Spool Cotton
13 NOW FULLY ADAPTED 10
l( SEWING MACHINES.
) Black anil Colors especially desirable.
For sale by
ji J. 8. RHODES & CO.
J(j| K. SCHOPPEB,
,U' EM8HEOIEB BROS.,
KELLER * 8CHREINER,
GEORGE G. BOTH,
at
AT WII0LK8ALB 11V
:LS J. S. RHODES &. CO.
?l.
EL Q STEINMEK,
:TE Paper Box Miouficlurer,
Nor. 1211 tod 1213 Main Hlreet, up ?talra (old
?jq Uuion Hall), is now jircnaml to make all klndi of
,?to Fancy and Plain Ptper Buxea In ai good style aud
at a* low prlctt aa any bouse In th# country. Ored.
dcrs fruin tlio country promptly attended to.
ird. rortl
IMt JOSEPH U. 8AGB.
?ii 1313 MARKET STREET, WHE&INQ,
ice- Rcpalrar of all kinds of Sewing M"chines, and
lu'" Agut lor ib? light Kut nln {
IOC DOMESTIC BEWINQ MACHINES.
Oil, Nacdlw Ktxl AtUchmroU. ?p23
S L^OTVTfc 8I0CK OF MEATS IN THE
Cheater IImh, the lxet and mm rpliit,:,. Name
In tho market; Sufar Cured Shoulder., Main
jny Shoulder!, Siinr Cured Ureakfait Baton Clear
ipfl ^ ?^tnlly Rump Turk, Pure
itlll h?,' ft" 1'- tarrela, Kcp,
I'ailaawl Halt l'alla. Our own IToJurl-imperrur
... totnyln h? market. No rlakot low and damane
lea, lo the dealer in handling our men.a. 1'rln. are
I.L, now at bottom.
LIST, DAVENPORT A PARKS.
Dr. BmK'i Elllnc. il Llll niton. minbooj
I and the Tixor u( youth to the uiott ahattered con|,
Mltutloo iQ four wwkjL boa whatever cause irif
7 In*. * allure Imrwwible. Beware of advertiser*
who offer w-called Free Prejcriptioni that are umIfM,
and finally prove ruinously expensive. Whatever
bat merit muit cort a fair price. 13 per cue.
Sent hjr expreea anywhere. Hole A^ent, Dr. JUS.
? JACQuEH, 7 Univeralty I'ltce, Hew York. DriuES
fl?t? ?upplled. Jyir
?n?, A VERY LAItOK AND COMPLETE *TOCK
tore il. of Staple and Fancy Groceries. We handle
none but flnt-<-U? p>??U. Lowret market prlwa.
U )Cio I.IST, DAVINPOBT A 1'AIUW.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
BLACK SILKS!
m mk. M j%ia
m w.
\
Another Fall in Black Silks.
20 PIECES OF
Black Gro Crain Silk
JTTST RECEIVED
FROM AUCTION,
At Lower Prices than Ever Offered in the City.
CEO. R. TAYLOR & CO,
INSURANCE.
PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF PHILADELPHIA, PA.
OBGA1T IZ E 3D 1847.
DIVIDENDS PAID TO POLICY HOLDERS ^....14.234,011 It
LOSSES PAID? .... .. ? 3.462.691 79
ACCUMULATED CAPITAL ?. ~. 6.875,108 2 9
8AM* C. IIUEY, President
HAUL. E. STOKES, Vice President I .IAS. WEIR MASON, Actuary.
II. S. STEPHENS, 2d Vice President | IIENRY AU8TIE. Secretary.
Every Policyholder It a member or tbe Company, entitled to all Its advantages
and prlvllegn.
It baa declared more dividend* In number, and or a larger percentage than any
Company In the United States
It Is liberal In lis management, prompt In Its settlements or losses.
ROBERT W. TUCKER, General A^ont.
JOFFICE, No. 2S TWELFTH 8T., WHEELING, W. VA.
^" Agents wanted in every section of the State; also City Solicitors. np27
IM!. KEILLY, ~
WHOLESALE GROCER,
PORK PACKER,
AND DEALER IN
Provisions, Sugars, Molasses, Syrups, Rico, Flour, Meats, &o., &o.
Sole Agent for the Dupont Powder Mill, Patent Safety Fuse.
INoh. 1300 and 1311 Malu St., -Wlieolinjj, "W. Via.
lei I
WHOLESALE GROCERIES.
C. OCLEBAY & SONS,
LARGEST GROCERY AND FLOUR HOUSE IN THE STATE.
Silver Lake Flour,
Golden Crown Flour,
Red Rose Flour,
Sugar River Flour
Ami various other Brands constantly in stock, aud will l>c sold on SHORT MARGINS
TO PROM IT BUYERS.
C. OGLEBAY & SOUSTS,
jy7*eoil
M'LI*. FREW 4 CO., The Argonaut Mills,
HOOK BINDERS y0RJ1EllLY
?
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. E BRADL" W00LEN M"-LS
Am II all tlluM.wllh the M naUrUl M AK1IPACTUKK
to fill orders for Blank Hooka, luch aa are uaed by
chaatt. upon ahortootlcc, and Is the xnoat dcalra- Yarns, Jeans and Flannels.
bin ami workmanlike manner.
ll.rini .11 u>eUt?.nd mort tatmei mtthl- YARN EXCHAXGK1) FOR WOOL.
nery we feel confident that we will render entire
aatbbctlon to all who favor na with their ordera. ,?*???., ? .
Muiic, Blagiitlnre and Period tola of. every do* DALZELL & LIST,
acrlptlon bound in a neat and durable manner.
HILU. FREW 4 00, " Wiikkltko, W. YA.
i.su.npmn SUFFER f.RSSfSS
wHm.m".w,vA mt|o ?hohITM!?? ??
Tain all the io-calll4 remedies will And the only
nniLDBBh'S mre relief by calllns at or rending stamp for f ree,oon
\j fldentlal, and beneficial advice to the old Wiliern
- -*-?-*-? y a r>.T-ici Medical Institute. 137 Sycamore St., Cincinnati.
C>-A. Jbm<JtC<lu^V.VJrJcjS Write or call and examine ita Mu?um of uu-mi.?
aouen ei casts cured. and you will befonvlnml
A ,P?WUr. Price, to .ait 11 eltnei .t 1*SSSlS&
12th Street Variety Store, No. 38. "? MM".
n. ? rpOBACCOS.-I HAVE ON HAND
mjli VIII. MING NICOLL, Munlger. X . lull Hot o! Totwen. from the lading m?i>
ufactorlee In the country. Including Lcrillard'?,
B. . .. nn.nvAni. Klnaer Bros.. Holbrook'a Monitor Navy, Barry C.
A J. N. CHARtiOCR Holbrook'i &avy, Boner Hudson, J. B. Face,
, Richmond: J. B. Pic?, Danville. Va.; B. F. Grive,
, ,4| . ly and other* I can furniih all ityica made by
Have removed thdr Blacksmith mid tbeae factork* at lownt inarWt prlcc.
M. RKILLY. WW and lilt Main fit.||
UotBe-idioeing ibop to No. 6Twe?ty*?econd
/^lAROr.TV A TJTPP ? KA
HMft %?_?- -- 1 *" '
"" ",m"""""" ,ir"u' V "rtSaScitari
WhMlinr, W.Vn. jt2(! j ?o* ?lo by M. ta.I.l-,
J I _ iststnanu MUn Stmt.
FOR SALE .
mBDSTEB'S SALE.
By Tlrtutol a deed of trait midtflrJinMOodfrey
to the nndmlgncd Truitee, dated the 29th J*l
day ol May, 1171, and recorded la the Clrrk'iolBr* ,
of tho County Court of Ohio county, Wnt Virgin- "or
U, In Deed of Truat llook Ko. 8, |?g? 441 and 4b-'
I will on ' *
dATUHDAY, the 8th day ol FepUmlor, 1877, -?i
At the front door of the Court IIoum of said Ohio \]
eounty, toll at public auction the writ onMialf of con
l ot numbered forty*twa (Lot Ko. 42) of the addl* mn
tlon to nld city of Wheeling called tbe Eait Wheel* If ?
leg addition, being on the north aide of Nineteenth V
atreet, between Jacob atrtet and Wood Ureal, in Cot
wld city, together with tbe dwelling thereon and tnti
the appurtcuanoca U'loiulou thereto. i
Tbsim or Balk?One-third ihe purchaae money Wt
In caah, and the balance In als and twelee montha on
from tbe day of ule, the purcba*r to give hi*
notee with approved aecurlty for the payment of a
the deferrod luilalltneiita and Intereat upon tbe r~
Htnr, and tbe title to the property to be retained \
until the purchaae money It i?ld in full lj
C. J. UAWL1NU, Truiiee. .
gJ. C. liiavrr, Auctioneer. iuHh Ff
IJIttCSTEE'S SALE OP j"i
CHAPLINE STREET PROPERTY ?
Br virtue ol a deed ol tout mado by Joseph
Godfrey to the undersigned Trustee, datf>t the 16ih
day of June, 1872, aud recorded In llii Clrrk'a
office of the County Cburl of Ohio county, Wcit
Virginia, In Deed of Iitul Book No. 4, page ASS, I g
BAlUBDjLY, the 8th day of ftptember, 1877, 3
Beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., m11 at public auction
at the (rent door of the Court Houie ol Ohio cout- <nc
ty, the following described real estate, that la to .?
aay: All that half lot of ground situated on the rrt
eaat aide of Chapltne atreci, between Eleventh and {bl
Twelfth streets, Jn the city of Wheeling, designated .]
upon the plat of that portion of said city as the <
south one-half of Lot numbered IIto In Vquare ?
numbered fourteen (8U of Lot No. 5 In &]. No. 14)
of the addition to tliat pert of odd city, together II
with the aspurtt nances. \/l
Tauna or 8AL?-Ono-lhlnl cash and the balance II
In six mouths and ono year from the day of sale,
t ho purchaser to give his notw with anptored aecurlly
lor the payment of tbo deferral installments
and lnteroat on aamc, and the title to the properly
to be retained until the purchase money la fully
paid.
J03ErH BELL, Trustee. .
7j. C. IU?v?y, .Auctioneer. autf-Ih ?
QOMMISSIONEB'S SALE. J
In the County Court of Ohio oounty.
Win. A. IIootctA Co. ") Jk
vs. } In Chancery. th.
Jacob F. I.uikcrt otnl. (
In pursuance of a dccrte entered in thlicauw at a
the lut term of Hid court, the undesigned, ape- hai
eUl Commissioner, will, on Col
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3d, 1S77, >'?
at 10 o'clock a. m., procted to tell at public sue- {'*
lion, at the (root door of the Court Boum of Ohio ^
county, the following described real property. that a
If to aajr: Lot numbered thirty-otc (No. 31) lying ?
en the weal aid* of the National Boad id the town t
of Fulton, In Ohio county, W. Va. (aee Deed Book I
No. p. 106.) Alio a parcel of land In Triadelplila
district In Ohio county, beginning at tha
Junction of R. A W. Mmhill's road, being the t
outhweet oerner of a tract o! land sold by F. Foi- .
mer to Frederick Kober, thence with nld Kober'a ,.i,
line N. 3?H? *. ? ? polea, thence N. 68? W. is fio
polen, thence S. MV W. 1010 nolei, theacc 8. 2a8 nQi
W. 7.24 pole*, thence N. GG^? W. 8 polee, tbonoe ?ng
8.27* W. 10.80 polee to a cornor in a run, and ci3
theneo 8. 70' M. 13.32 Dole* to the beginning, con- j?
tain In* three and 40-100 acre*, tnoro or leta. (Deed
Book No. M, p. 175.)
Turns ov Salk?Oce-thlrd of the purchaae
money, and aucb further luin aa the purchucr r
may elect, in cash; the remainder to be paid in ten
two ciuaJ imuiluieou at alx and twelve uontlu ?
from the day of mle, wllh intercut from the day of aj,
mle, the puiohaiertogiTe bcndi wllh good iccurlty t
(or the dff.-rrwl pnyinenta, and the title to be re- a
talncd uutil the purchaio money la paid. V
WM. BHfcKINE, h\
Special Commissioner. >
Wheeling, August lat, 1877. aug2-Th
J. C. Hmvky, Auctioneer. . l?S
JIXECUTOB'S 8AI.F. toj
3bo undersigned, Eiecutorof the hut will and -?
testament of N, C. Arthur, deccaaed, late ?.( the \
city of Wheeling, West Virginia, hereby gives notlce
that by virtue of. the provisions of aiid will, Dl
he will, on
SATURDAY, JULT 28, 1877, K{
commencing at 10 o'clock a. n., at the* hunt door of yci
the Court House of Ohio county, in the city of 0f
Wheeling, otter for aale at public auction (ho fol- tin
lowing described real wtate, to-wlt: lot number- cig
ed tbirty-tivo (Ii5)in Ura haul's addition to themid ?
city of Whiellng, situate on the north tide of Fif- -p
teenth street, between EoiTjuid Jacob itiVets, ex- h
cepting about tlx feet of the west aido of aaid lot rjj
extending Uck'a?venty-fcur (74) fi?t, which waa t?.
Mild hy the aald Arthur. Maid lot now fronta on iqi
Fifteenth street about llftj-four feet, and extenda i
lack to the alley. There la erected on thla lot a ?i
larxe brick duelling house, supplied with modern ^
conveniences. and la n moat desirable projierty. U
When a salo is mado the conveyance* will include KJ
the wlduw'a dower right in the pro|?rty. Terms
made known on day of sale. 1'erwma desiring to
examine the pioperty will call on the undesigned. <n
Jj3 II. O. BAKU, Executor.
Tlic above rale la adjourned until Saturday, ^
September 1st, nt 10 o'clock a. m. h<i
it (i. DARK, Executor.
J. C. Hkevky, Auctioneer. Jy.'VO th
HOTELS,RESTAURANTS.
DOWNEY HOUSE,
WAVXESIIUSG, FA.
E. D. MYEBS, rr.oi'EirroR.
?
Tills House in most pleasantly and cligi- nt
bly situated in the business centre, and in K
the Depot for tho arrival and departure of
all the hnck lines. Accommodations arc
of the best throughout; the cuisine depart- _
raent not excelled by 'any house in the
, country. Hates moderate.
N. D.?The Daily "Wheeling Intbi.ii*
genckr*,received regularly and placed on ^
tile for the benefit of guests. nul.fi I
MERCHANTS HOTEL, a
HI!
North Fourth St., above Market, ?
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. ?
hfl
This favorite Hotel, with accommodations for *p
COO guests, bis been icaaea bv the lubarrtber fur n ,
term of voar*. It canlie said with confldence that v
tho old Merchants, under the now'adroinbtratiun,
li already an antirtd iucc<w,and it Is my determination
to meet the juit rapectatlom ot the pntdlc
in tbeae times of Hbanctal dupreaslon, by introducing
n graduated scale of prices, from I- 60tu J^OO W
jwr day, with board, according to location of room. ?
The service, table and all other accommodation! T
the saino to all gueita, I
During the put year many Improvement! were X
made, among thein a imwcger and baggage Elftntor,
thus rendering all rootna of easy actual. Other II
Improvements are in progress, which, when finish- n
ed, will place tho Merchant* Hotel Kcond to nono
in Philadelphia.
The location of the honw la one of the moat eonvenlcnt
and renliy central of any in the city. Tho
roomi ore light, airy, well ventilated and handsomely
furnished." Horse cars of various lines pass
constantly by tho door, offering evtrr opportunity w
to the guests, every moment d*y and night, to vlstt n
nil polnta of public interest.
je25 B. LORE, PitOPitlBTQlt.
M-A-HiTHErS
> Pa
"* lar
CAPITAL RESTAURANT.
No. 1155 Markct Bt., U the onlu flrtl-dau Rtf
tauranl in the city. It la tho only Restaurant that ?
baa aeparate rooms for ladle*, or where you ran flnd ^
that quiet cleanllnwa of a home. combined ?
with tho brat ctiiiiM that can be found In tho clt y. |Ho
keeiw on hand the rery beat tho market aflbiui r
In Tfgeublct. flih, oyiten. game, and everything *In
aeaaon, and eerrcalt up In a manner unexcelled
In the country, lie can bo rolled upon always to W
furnUh everything flrat-elara. auglO
FRENCH'S HOTEL,
OK THE Kl'KOr&AK PLiS. CB
Orrosmt Crrr Hitt, Park, Cocbt Horn, ahd Nxw
ron*OrrtcK. I
NEW YORK. I"
All Modem Improvements, Including Elevator, ut
Dili and Running Water. In ewry Room. 'V
Jytt T. J. FRENCH A BROS., Proprietor.
???? ??? M*
T1 EFIKED KDCiAES?fiOO BARRELS K
XV Cruahed, Powdortd. Granulated, Coffee and {,'
Yellow In atore and for rale at loweet market rate*.
M. RKILI.Y, 131'J and 1311 Main bt. wli
GENERAL NOTICES.
roffcchare
Ihla day told my Nowi and I'crlodlnl
?t to Mr. William Taylor, who wUlS?Ui3i
buitneaa Id the old atand. With many tlunk
the liberal i*trona*e I tare received, I rteouw
id my lucfiwor to tujr frlemln and cuiUimi**
U?. <1, 1877. NAM'L BY LAN H.
TM. TAYLOB WOULD KUPKCTFOLLY
f call it nation to the above notice. lie mil
tlnuo the bualneaa at the old plane, and (in
a thn publle that all publications will be prompt,
upplled hereafter.
ftn. Taylor is the aale an?! for the Cincinnati
amrretal and Usutte and the Pittsburgh Cumrctal
Oaietta.
ill the popular and leading Monthlies and
kllea and a full supply ol Btnool Bonk* alwm
band. WM, TAYLOR, 7
1308 Market SL, two doori above Fo?toillce.
ttW
rOTICKlavlna
purchased tho Drug Htorr. No. 1 ojj
llowa Hall, corner of Twelfth and Cnaiillne Ht?.,
mtrly occupied by Edmund Bocklng, 1 have ap.
nted him as lay agent to conduct the builnm
me. Thankful for the liberal patronage ?.
iled to hliu. 1 aik for a oontlnuaneeof the ami*,
ulfl UK). W. JOHNBOW,
EDUCATIONAL.
KLECT SCHOOL-^
No. is Thirtikntii St.
ji8s new ham bc?a to Inform her frtendaand
i public that It la her Intention to continue her
tool at the atoTO addtm. Courae of Initruction
ludca French. MIn k. would Iw pleaied to mid
the number of puplla now studying with bcr in
paratlon for College. Leaaona lu trench during
) mention.
fauna?110; puplla under IwcIto f7 CO.
yfrTu/TInH
Minn Fp.malfi Mm.
" b
OPENS ITS UKXT VEAB
WEDNESDAY, September 6th.
the College in beautifully situated ami within
y walking dlitanco of any part of the dty. strut
accommodations to neighboring clllcs. Fur
ilthlulnm of situation It li unsur|?uued, ami In
ole Internal ?ml external arrangements are of
i highest order. The Trustees have nude extcn*
r Improvements during the vacation,
ita Cbamxr, a Virginia lady of high standing,
i been added to the Board ot Instruction In tlm
lege, aud Mlu Ahkumttk Tracy, of New
rk, a aupernor Vocalist and Pianist, Itas tieen
cod in the Conservatory or Music. Fur lata*
uea or o'ner Information, address the President,
ju17 MIB8 A. TAYLOR.
MPOKTANT NOTICE.
'srents and Guardians having daughters to
icate, and who wish to secure for them the
rantagoe of a first class Engliih and French
sdemy, with musical Inatruction unsurpassed il
1 unequalled In this country, and all at exceed*
ly moderate rate*, are advised to Inveatigste the
I ins of the Academy of the Visitation; at Mt.
Chantal, near Wheeling, W. Va.
unrncu
Jeneral Sherman, U. B. A., and lady, Washlng
0, c.
lajor CIcncral George 0. Meade, 0. 8 A., I'hiiilphia.
Jrlgadlrr Genersl Lawrcnce P. Graham, U. B.
aud lady. Austlo, Texas.
Jriiadler General InnlsN. Palmer, U. B A , ami
y, Omaha, Nel>.
ilce Admiral David Porter, U. 8. N., Washing*
i, D. C.
tear Admiral Joseph Smith, U. S. N., Wat hint*
i. D. C.
dr?. Admiral Pahlgren, Washington P. C.
y
J IIS. SYLVAN US BEED'S
iy and Boarding School for Young
Ladies,
is. C and 8 lju>t f.U fc5t., New York. Fourteenth
it latins Octotier, 1877. French thn langtiSKe
the school. Collegiate course of four year*.
reful training in Primary and Preparatory
sscsi. augl
BALTIMORE FEM A I.E COLLEQ K, endowed !,y f
9 tlie State of Maryland, has new building,
iple Rrounds, good apparatus, and able Faculty.
e COtlj Fcnil-annual ae?slon opens KepUmtcr
h. Board and Tuition 8225 to ?'.'85 yer year.
u24 V. C. BttOOK8, LL P., President
TATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS.
I
A meeting of the Stute Board of Exliners
for the purpose of examining can*
dates for Professional Certificates, will he
Id at MARTINSBURG, Berkeley county,
c 28th, 29th nnd 30th of August, during
e session of the State Teachera Aesoeia)n,
appointed at that place.
W. K. PENDLETON,
jy21 President of the Hoard.
jniO WESLEY AN UN1VEU3I IYf
DELAWARE, OHIO.
EV. C II. PAYNE, D.U., LLD., FfUIDKXI
Classical, Bclentltic nod Biblical Course*. NorulCourseof
two years. Preparatory Department,
idles admitted to College Ujsscs. Tuition ami
I lDcidontal foes not to exceed ten tlollnm rcr
rm. Board and rooms very low. Fall Term tans
Hcjit. lUtb. Entrauce Examination Ibtli.
For UUnlocucs, Ac., address the president. or
?l. K. T. hfcl.iON, jjIS
WATCHES 4 JEWELRY.
y OEKS OF ART IN STONECAMF.0S
:URN?B & DILLON.
We haro Just rccclvod a choice lot of line
3-A.MEO SETS,
6LF.EVE BUTTONS AND RINKS.
men are rtauy worn oi Art, and will i?-*>i>i
cry low prlcwi Wo alio lure iu stock ib?*
EAL AM llfc.lt NECKLACES.
Call and examine gooda and pricea at
TURNER A DILLONV,
?20 122.". MAKKKTtT.
M. GROSSMANN'S
f^ATC II 3: S!
Tbeao fine time-kecpera arc manufacture! ?t
readen, fcaxony, by Morrlta Oroaamann,0/ bin*
ileal fame, In ladfca* and gent'a rIzoi, l>oth kry
d item winding. They are conntruei* 1 on tin*
tno principle ai tho watchca of tho late Adolfch (
ingo, and are of very auperior workmaiifhlp, and
lly guaranteed for performance and durai-illty.
toy are tho beet, their coat beingeoniiden-d,tlit
ive been produced In any country. Their Idpctloo
la Invited.
2. 3?. brown,
8o!e Agent for Wheeling and Tlclnlty.
1207 market street.
A full line of all gradeaof American and
atchea at very low prlcw. at'"
REMOVAL.
IENNEGEN, BATES & CO.
Wholesale Jewelers,
ATCHES, DIAMONDS, SILVER WARE,
255 w. IUrn.MOltR St.,
jc?6 BAI.TI.MOHK, MP.
ACOB W. ORUDB,
rEWELBB,
(SCCCBSOH TO UKVftXOBK, IUTKS I CO )
Pino American and Swlia Watchea, J>
amonda. Sterling Mirer and Hllrcr l'lated Win1.
rlor, Gfflco, Dining Room and Kitchen Clock*I"
go variety and low pricea.
JACOB W. GRUBB,
c27 1154 MAIN HTHKH.
[UY Yorn DOG COLLARS AT
EST VA. STENCIL AND SEALWORXS,
No. 1731 Mirkel Street.
The onl~ place in tho citv whore you
t the name a tamped on the colli?r"LJr.
4% MIIMBI t IM pipa^l v 1 '
?U UUnt-NUrttlH
11 liTKwi WMhiwtM itmi,CkV?r?,'<*'V1.- !..-.
?*!?, Ch/i.ole uJ hp*UI Iws krnlail M r"_
nou. ItobllltrTirt Loat MukMi^V.
J. l?.0. I* ?p?l?*Uof Um Krfwui NWiy*. ..
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