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MN II1 27 Fourllinth I MM.
X ? X w tc CA il fBELL,
raumna ui tuonnrroci.
t'KIOAV.NOV. 30, I(*77.
Make a Hole ol It.
II (here It any one feature of all that
w? rtad and hear from parllea who biTi
emigrated to the Weet or Soulhweet that
particularly ami emphatically impreieee
ai abore all other considerations, it ii
the iojaootion, met with on every hind,
to intending emigrant!, not to pull up
stakee and leave their old homes unleta
they hare money to lire on tor at leaat a
yC?r, and, |n addition, money enough to
engage in whatever they propoae to un?
dertake. U Li simply foolish andsulcidal
to go to new localities with barely
enough means to pay the cost of travel.
The opportunities to make money after
landing in a new locality in the West or
Southwest are very alight. Wages are
low and money is very dear.
We notice that Bishop Garrett of the
Northern Texas Protestant Episcopal
Dioceie, lectured on this nubject a few
nights ago in Philadelphia, lu the
course of his remarks he eaid that the
- 'a T?*m ahntilil hivn Iim
one thousand dollars when his foot in
finally planted upon the suitablo spot. If
he has the one thousand dollars, isIndus*
triotm and sober, ho will be independent
in five year*. But there are too many
poor people there now. Texas does not
want abnolutely poor people. "I would
not advise poor people, who have only
money enough fur transportation," said
he, "to go to Northern Texas, fertile and
promising an the country is." There are
no charitable abodes for the nick and unfortunate;
the emigrant should not go to
that State utile** he can maintain him*
self until a foothold is established."
Of a piece with this advice is a letter
in thin week's Martin's Ferry Xcvi from
?* Colorado, written by S. B. Irwin. He
assures his old friend* and neighbors thai
even out in that Eldorado "work U just
as hard as where they are, and big pay
for light work just a* hard to get." We
quote from his letter as followa:
"Our immediate neighborhood has
about all the mechanics it cau employ,
with wages ranging from $2 to $3 5U per
day. Farm hands are plenty with wagen
? ffftm 7Rp tri $1 9Ji nor ilat with lmnr.l
and from $200 to $300 by the year.
More/ id scarce and command* 2 per
cent per month intereat, and in some
case* an kigb an 4 per cent. The San
Juan mining country lien directly went
of ua od the other aide of the range, and
according to reports in chuck full of idle
men, many of whom are living on one
25 cent meal a day. A reliable man who
camo from Lake City in the middle of
the ieanon aaid "there are lota of men
there who get their entire supply of grub
from the hotel awill barrel*!" In fact,
thw iaa poor country to come to unles*
one baa at leant a email capital to invent
and sufficient fund* to live on till some
returns are made from the investment."
The Next Ouhqx.
A careful calculation ia made in the
x*.. v.?l. c.._ <!.? i..ui?
u"", U1 ,ur tsnii'uiut
the census of 1SS0. In round number*,
the millions of the Kepublic have in*
creased as follows, beginning with the
first census in 1790, and giving the enumeration
each successive ten years: *1,5,
7, 10, 13, 17, 23, 31, 33. The increase
per cent has been as follows, beginning
with 1800 : 03.10, 86.38, 33.0G, 33.57,
32.70,36.45,35.53, 22.63. The comparatively
small increase in the last decade
was due, of course, to the war. Up to
that time the increase had been, ou an
average, rather above 3J per cent a year,
?7^.^--- or 35 per cent for the ten years. Iiut it id to
be taken notice of, what has been apparently
overlooked by the Sunt arithme
iicxer, luai irorn l&w 10 isau mere waa
a declining per cent of increase.
In 1850 and in I860, an advance in the
rate waa established by the increase in
the number of immigrants. But, and
this ia the point to which special attention
should be directed, toward the end
of this last decade, a falling off had begun
in the number of arrivals. In the present
decade this falling off is more noticeable
than ever. Apparently the tide has not
yet begun to turn. It is scarcely accurate,
therefore, to hold that the average
'growth ot the first seventy years of the
nation's existence is to be kept up during
the present decide. It'in worth while in
passing to say that bad the ratio of increase
which obtained up to 1SC0, been
maintained during the decade ending
with 1870, the population by the last
census would have been about 42,500,000.
It wu 38,558,871.
Since the last National census, enumerations
have been made in fifteen States.
Twelve of theae were taken inlS75,one
in 1874, ?nd two in 187C The average
increase per cent in the?e fifteen States
wu 15.42. Four of ti?e? States, Mw?achusett?,
Rhode Inland, 2?ew York and
New Jersey; were Eastern States. Two,
South Carolina and Louisiana, belong to
tbeSouth. All theothere belonged to the
Weat.
The ratio of increase in two of the four
Eastern States was lead than that in any
of the Western State*. The average in
crease 01 tnese lour Eastern btatea, lor
the fit? years, *m 17.71. Double thi#
for ? period of ten year*, and on the
assumption that the States increase in the
other five years as much as they did in the
firal five, and the ratio ot increase would
be 35.42 for the whole period of ten
years. Now, the increase of these four
State* between 1850 and I860 wu 2S.8S
per cent. Thus there ia a gain here of
6.56 per cent in these four States. It is
worth remarking that in the'decade between
1800 and 1870, in the two Western
States, that in the tint half of the present
decade show a leas rate ot increase than
the highest ot the four Eastern States,
Iowa and Michigan, the ratio of increase
was 67.46, nearly double that of the lour
Eastern State*. The first fire years of
thu decade their rate of growth, in per
cent, wis 12.83. Doubling this for ten
.?.i ? u... o-? r.i .. ..I.
jbaiDj buu WW uuic *v<w h mo iois v*
increase for the whole ten year*. This
ii against 07.46, between 1860 and 1870,
and against 35.42 for tho Eastern State*.
Another significant fact is brought oat
on an examination of the figures, and
that it that with five exceptions the ratio
of growth In the last decade was much
larger in the fifteen States we haye under
examination than in the first five
years of this decade. These fire State?
are Louisiana, Massachusetts, New York,
Rhode Island, and South Carolina. Oa
the supposition, therefore, that the Western
Htatee continue to grow as they did
during the five years coding with 187&,
there will be loetee In per oenU as comliL
pired with the galna Irom 1850 to 1170,
approximate!/ u follom: Iowa, SO;
Kuau, 150; Michigan, 83; Minneaota,
84; Bliiouri, 3; Nebraska, 55; Nevada,
400, WIeconiln, 1. It la alao to be remarlctd
that though the g?loe o! aome o(
then Statea vera Terr large, during the
ten yiara ending with 1870, there were
gaine in the preceding decade that were
much larger. Thua the gain per cent., in
Minneeota in the two jean ending with
lSGOwai 273.072, and In Oregon 287.13,
fliurea which can be fairly contraated
with the gaina made between 1800 and
1870 by Kansas, 242; by Jiinnesota, 155,
and by Nevada, 510.
Tlie fact that cornea out on this examination,
in that the States that have grown
ao rapidly iu prerioua ye an, are not
maintaining their rate of increase. The average
of the fifteen Statu wboae cenauaes
have been reported aince 1870, is 15,42, or
doubling it for ten yean, 30.84. But all
four of the Eastern States whose ceneuscs
have been taken ahow an increaae. The
falling off it in the West. Not a dingle
one maintains its old rate. While,
thereforo the average increaae, in per
cent of the fifteen States ahows up well,
30.8-1, a* compared with the increaae in
past yean, it does not ahow up well for
the West when we come to analyze it
closely,
Novr the point to which wo are coining
in that the Sun argues that an the fifteen
States already examined show an average
rate of increase inexceasof the rate for
18G0-137O, !t ia fair to conclude that the
other States will maintain their rate. In
thiii estimate are included Ohio, Indiana,
Illinois and California. But all other
Slates surrounding these show a falling
off in the rate of increase from that of the
Inat decade. What reason in there to
| believe that the rate will be kept up In
I the.'e four. The actual gain in population,
on the Sun'i theory, in thene five
States would aggregate 2,500,000, equal
to half the gain in the fifteen we have al*
ready examined. We are inclined to
doubt this. We are inclined to think
that the Southern States have been assigned
tooTarge a rate o( increase.
The Sun concludes at the end of its interesting
article that "we may guess the
entire population at the next decennial
(?) census at some where near 47,000,000."
This would be an average increase
the country over, of about 21 per cent.
We are rather inclined to think that it
| will fnli short of this. If the next census
show* the country to have4o millions we
shall he satisfied.
Over the Itivcr NewM.
t't. CiAlravllle Chronicle anil Gazette.
Some of the juryuien during the present
term of court complain that they have
Wen no well fed and ho little worked that
their clothes are entirely too small. They
call for redress.
They want Congressman Danford to
restore the National Koad mail line orer
in the Jefferson District, or resign, lie
will probably do neither, if he is like the
average Congressman.?Cin. JShg.
The Sidney Democrat, a peaking from
personal knowledge, says ot Hon. lloea J.
Alexander, who has been favorably
spoken of in connection with the Speaker?hip
of the Ohio House of llepreseutatives,
that "he is a man of energy and
talent, a good parliamentarian and an
impartial presiding otticer."
Col. G. \V. McCook. of Sleubenville. in
on his way home frora^ Europe, where he
baa been on one of hid periodical business
trips. The Colonel i* one &f the favored
ones?wealth, education, opportunities
to travel and brains to profit by it.
Messrs. Dickey and Carter, who have
teen busily engaged in erecting a steam
flouring mill at this place, concluded on
1'rnlay last that they, as partner*, failed
to sec business points alike, and agreed
ti? disagree?settled up their partnership
allai and dissolved, Mr. Dickey retiriug.
Daniel Steenrod steps in Dickey's place
and the work goes on.
Teachers should not forget the Association
at Rellaire, Friday and Saturday,
of thirt week. Miss Keeler, of Cleveland,
will tell you something well worth hearing.
Mr. Andrews, of Sleubenville, will
open the discussion oi the High School
<|uefwon?me iiven topic juat now id
connection with our school Kyatem.
' On Tuesday last week Martin Cowen?
John Danford and Lafayette Hatcher, of
thia place, started with a skiff, blanketa,
gun* and other equipment*, on their way,
by river, to New Orleans. Theae boya
were full of the spirit oi adventure and,
*ilh $15 in money to defray expenses
they set out to have a good time. Arriving
at New Martinsville, \V. Va., they
do Id their skiiT and started out into the
wildaof Wetzel county for the purpose
of bunting. On Monday Mr. Charles
Kinsey and Lew Neiswatjger started after
the boya to recover a gun and revolver
which young Hatcher had taken without
leave from some of hia relative*.
They found the boys domiciled in an old
log hut on a farm belonging to M. R
Crouse, a former resident of this place,
m* uuuui ?>v uiiien (jack irom me uuio
river. Kinsey and Neiswanger recovered
their property ami returned to St. clairsrilte.
Ihe boys don't expect to reach
New Orleans for some lime to come.
WoKUinslon County Xevvs.
Otnenrer.
Arrangements are being made for an
excursion to Wheeling during the Oatea
Comic Oj?era at that place.
Dr. Hayes played "Julius Casar"for
the Juuiori? on Tuesday morning, repre*
entingeach character in the caste.
SI,000 was loaned by the Washington
Buildingjandluan Association,, Saturday
night, ai 23 per cent premium.'
L)r. O. L. Blachly, of Sparta, WashingIon
countj, administered chloroform lo a
child of Silas Bander, aged 13 month*, and
removed a grain of corn from the windpipe.
Tho child is doing well and will :
recover.
Uur reports from the line of the proposed
railroad to Bethany show that the
tanners are getting awake to the advantages
of the project and tiew it with
fivor. The principal thing required is
Rome persons with energy to htart tie
ball-rolling.
Wise and Beer Drisking in France.
?It appear* from a paper lately read hv M. i
Lunier before,the Academy of Medicine in
P?rU tliaf ika ?.f ik. I _. ? ...
-"V ?? tuc ^mwioa
of France upon the supply of wine is notVet
u complete as might be wished. Wine" is,
indeed, the national drink of the country,
each inhabitant of which consumes on an
a^rage 120 litres per annum; but it is the
ataple beTernfce in 7'J department* only.
In these the consumption ot alcohol amounts
to nearly three litres |*r head; but the
amount taken in the wino-pruducing districts
is trifling compared to that consumed
in the five beer*driukine departments on
the Belgian frontier; the vinous alcohol
made there is also less mischievous* in its
effect* than the mannfactured alcohol used .
in the winelessdeuartmenu. Rm>r i* ilntilr
in these five frontier departments to the
extent of from 75 to220 litres per head per
annum, and it* consumption in the whole of
France, having steadily increased for the
last 50 years, now amount* to 22 litres per
head, against 2 litre* in 1829. The consumption
of cider of which 75 litres per head
are taken in the nine northwestern '
departments, is diminishing, with what
eQect upon the health and morals of the 1
population M. Lanier does not aay , but he j
mentions the curious fact that the few de- ?
partmcnta drinking white wine could hard- 1
Iy fiue worn if they drank brandy.
A Npplllug Contest In vrnahlnf
Ion Connl jr.
A content '.will be held in the School
Hall, Washington, Fa., Dec. 24th, tbe
first day of the County Institute, commencing
at 1 r. M.
Each public school in the county may
bo represented by one or two contestant*
The Committee will pronounce one
huudred words in common use, found in
any series of readers or spellers, and require
the contestants to !spell, define, and
use correctly in a sentence the word pronounced.
To receive credit for a word
the contestant will be required to spell,
define and nse it correctly.
Pint i'rixe, uountj uanner; second
prise, Webster's Unabridged Dictionary;
third prize, National Dictionary; fourth
price, Academic Dictionary ; fifth prise,
Test Book in Drawing to be awarded
for neateet manuscript.
I*eter Dftclil of W oodslloltl.
Woodifirld Spirit.
Of the 10 tracts of land of Peter Diehl,
bankrupt, ottered for aalebjr the assignee
on the 24th inst., James Watson purchased
the tobacco bouse lot intbe South end
of town for $160, and l'eter Diehl, tract
No. 14, 7J acres, at $300, tract No. 18,
tobacco homo near his residence at $2G7
and tract No. 10 at $155. There were no
bidders for the other tract*. Before the
(tale commenced N. Hollister, Esa, at*
torney for a number of the creditor's
offered $15,000 for all the property, which
olfcr wan refused by the assignee.
TIi? InllruilliPMol Ago
Are harder to bear than the ailments of
middle life or youtb, since the reaiatant
power in the system has diminished with
declining years, and disease and pain have
more power over the enfeebled body. It
ii therefore the more essential that that reaUtant
power should be angmeuted. Hon
tetttr'N Stoumch tiitters, a benign tonic
cordial, is admirably adupted for the purnose.
Jt counteracts the infirmities peculiar
to age, and auccors worn out nature.
It vivifies the feeblt?tl frame, adds new oil,
a* it were, to the dickering lamp of life,
diffuses freah warmth through the chilled
veins, and gives coiufort aa well as relief,
thus lightening the burdens ol age aud retarding
in a measure the progress of decay.
Ladies in delicate health, as well as ntced
persons, derive Kreat benefit from this
wholesome stimulative tonic, which is ?!>
Mutueiy pure, unonjeruonaoio in iinvor,
una is recomuieudrd by pliy.?iciaui of re*
pate. __________ eoJiw
DIED.
EXLEY.?Oa Thiiridny, November Wtli, 1877,
*t 5 o'clock r. St., hLiZiDrtu J., wilo of William
Kzlejr.
Fureral notice to-morrow.
TRAVELERS1 GUIDE.
uef1ktub8 0? tbi i f b.
a.m. a.m. i?.m. r.m.
U.&U.B.B. 4:40 10.35 6:15
v. m.
Cent. 0. 80) 4:20tl030
i a.m.
W.F. ARDlf.. 5:40 1:40 I C:f3* 5.00?
a:m. p.m.
Citr. A Pitta. 6:18 11:10 | &8j &0St
akuivjil or TiAi.tM.
X. U. P.M. P.M. KM
8.4 0.3.8... 8:65 C:0U 6:09 11:6-3
A.M.
Cent a DlT 6:40 lMOf 7:20
W. P. 4 B. Dlt......-.^ 10:26 6:10* 7:45* 6:50*
A> M. A.M.
Clot. A Plttii...^..^.... 10:65 6:68 6.2) WBt
*FJm Grore Accommodation?This trilu oalj
rues Utwcen Wheeling and Elm Grore.
t lh?iiy citcntflund*/?NfWiik Acwmmodatloo.
tSteiiU-nvllle Accommodation.?1ThU train during
th? day passes backward and forward between
Mvtln'n ?erry aud Bfllnire, itopping when require!
at tttaeruan Houae, 4Jtua?Ule, Wast Wheeling
and UrHTt-1 HllL
SPECIAL NOTICES.
A. CA-IEWD.
To all who are suffering from tie errors and IndlMTcllonB
of youth, nervous weakness, oarl j decay,
lots of manhood, Ac ,1 will send you a rei-eljit
that will cure jou, FREE OF CHARGE. This
great remedy was discovered by a missionary in
.South America, trad a s<lf-sddresaed envelop* to
th? Ekv. Joskpu T. Injun Station D. Utile Uetue,
jVrtr York City. atplS-evdaw
CEN EH AC NOTICES.
\T/1TII'L> ITA TTV rr ? V r. . Vi, mi
JN 1L??
Crrr Clkkk's Owick. >
Wjiusuxo, W. VA., November 15,1877. f
Notice Is hereby given to all concerned that Cil>Tuxeexnd
Water Henti ar? now due.aud tlutifier
Ihe lira at December tin i?r cent interest will b*
charvwl on the ttiuc.
r.o2v A LEX. UPDEORAFF, City Clerk.
A DIE"' TSMPEKANCE USION.?The Jadie?'
Temperance Band will meet th? (FrUay)
aliertuwn at 3 o'clock, at their room in Horobnok's
block. A full ittcudancc lv rt<i noted. it v order of
wp21F COMMITTEE.
T.V THECONOnr COURT FOR OHIO COLN
1 TV.
Jthn C. Ttuzel)
if- > la Auumrdt with Attachment.
D. W. Berry. J
The object of this rait being to recover from the
defend ?nt tbo mui of {440 V0, vith internet from
tho Ifithday of January, 1577, until payment, due
plaintiff for balance on account fur board, materialn,gooda
and nirrchiudi'e furniahtd, and etch paid
fur u?* and benefit of defmdaut by plniutHr, which
nid claim U mure ullw forth in the affidavit of
the pUinilfffiiid herein,and to aubject the property
Mid crtdlU of tho defendant attaehad. u iu>
pears by the answer of Kdrnund llobbs, Sr., on
whom a copy of the attachment herein *nu surtwl
on iujRwtln?, to the payment thereof and the
costs herein, anil it appearing t-i the Court from the
affidavit of B:ii. Do v tiier, n.?w herein, Hut
the defendant l.? not h nuilent o( this Stat*?, and
lui not been wrwr with a copy of the order of at*
tachment or with a process In this tult, It Is order*
ed by the Court that ?>1J defendant bo required to
appear at rules held lor this Court wltnln fuur
wet ts after the date of the first publication of ih's
order and do what is necessary to protect bfs inter*
eat, slid tl?*t Ibis order shall l>c publ:shed and
lotted as orders of publication urn required to be
published and pojtvd by :a-v.
uoBr. a wood*1, n?k.
DaVkxpoet & DoV/UJKb, Attorneys for Pia'td.
milO/iS 30a lect
OBOCEBY.
tinned fruits, I Pyrups,
Ctftsupo, I Hour.
I'tiklr*, Hili. Itoo Her ring,
Tea, CotTee, litllburt.
Humors, | Pine Apple Cheese,
And everything connected wltn the Grocery hualnew.
will be wld at 1. w ???< ? -??
IMt.Cor.MAfcKLTaQUANEA KLKYKHTIt &T.
11023 GEO. K. McMECHEN.
JHB##E3ti=IHB CHEAPEST.
IUE M E WCAN SOFrCAPSHLE COUP NY'3
fUUB CAPSU LAThD MfcDIC1NES.
iq metallic Hi xjc3. FllUdt- '
recliora fgr uae.
CMtrr Oil, lodiir.r Oil 'J3c.
Oil Turpen?in^,BaU.C<-iuiba2?c.
(Ml < uh?t? with C"pilLa......AOc. i
Oil Ua!?Kern wl'h Kauai*.75c.
Hnwt Oil <1 CuLda!?o<xl-10j
?*?-Ask rot IHK Avkricam 4,3TAR" TmdiH
Aktc, and tw you g*t it/*U
For rale by all FrujtfUta. no57 ,
WE WANT AGENTS l!0 b II7?PU Uonlh.
HOW TO BE
YOUR OWN
JiAwYE R ' it?, Bu?ln?? M?o, I'rw
K W, ZIE6LER & CU. j*rtjr Ownm/IVtuau, I
Truatra, (iuardlic*, Public Officm, At. H?xJ for
Hrcultr and (trios. Sid A?eh St., Philadelphia,
do27
J SINCLAiE A CO.,
WboicMic Dealer* la
TEAS, ;
1512 MAIN BTBEET.
Cf?p In i!cck a full anortmcotof the Ttriouj kloda
UJd hTTuIr*. OC24 j
8TEINMETZ,
"PAPER BOX MANUFACTURER,
to. 1211 and 121S Mtln 8t., op .tain (old Unkm
lull,) la now prafiml to make all klnda of Fancy
tad Plain rtper Boxea In aa goed rtjle and at a*
ow prices ai any bou?e In I be country. Ordtrt
rotn the couutry prompt!) attended to. a?pa>
LARGEST STOCK OF MEATS IN THE
STATE.
Chester Hunt, live b?t and moat reliable Kama
n the market; Sugar Cured Sboaldere, Plain
ftwuldera, Sugar Cured fireeklaat Bacon. Clear
adee. Mmb Pork, Family l*ork, Bump Port, Pure
Lanl in Tlercta, Barrel*, Half iarrels, Kip,
"all* and Half Falla. Our own Product?euperu* i
6 any In the market. Mo rltk of low nnd d?iaage
o the dealer in handling our rnca a. Prlctu ai\j
low at bottom.
Liar. PAVgyroHT k parxr
MEAT8 AND LARD-SUGAR
Cured CaaTajod Hauu, Sugar Cured Canmv
bd Shoulder*, Sugar Cured Oaaraicd BreahfMt Uaon.
Plain Shoaldera, Q?ar bidet, Sugar Cnred I>riai *
Irrf, (rrtb Iran amoka home dally; KatUo rtndaad
Leaf lard, in Tkrm, iUmla and Hall Barielr, '
Cap and Mb; all at km market mea^
Jail llOInd llUMaiafitmt
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WANTKD-A K1QHT SCHOOL TEACHER
lor Union HuU-Witrlct Public Bcbeol, to begio
me. 1,1177. HINBY HRWJ.
QEO, McCOLLY,
U. B. CALDWELL,
nc30 Commbdooew,
FIB CINCINNATI AND INTER- ?-> w
MEDIATE POIflTR.
The Swift and Com mod lo us Pi?cu|?rht??uiiT(
HCJDiON Wk. Lur, Commander,
CiiAUJK List, Clerk,
Will leare u abort en fctaturdar, December 1, at
a o'clock, r. m., promptly. For freight or piaMgo
puljr on boerd, ur to
doM C. IL BOOTH 4 tOK, ApMtl.
QFFALSTABE
BltlS,
TENDER LOIN,
BACKBONE.
PlUp FELT, etc.
At 1434 Market itreet, two doon abort Luke'iLiterf
Hullo.
Po80 L1BT, DAVENPORT A PARK3.
TjIUBB ALTEaED, CLEANED AND
J' KEt'AIUfcU,
AT THE GLOVE FACTORY,
1612 Uakkit St., dklow PosroirriCK.
no30
j^-APIEB AND COCOA
MA.TTiisra-s1
he best thing out for Officer, Public
Halls, Ac. All vidtha and prlcca.
nc30 O. MRNDBfs BOOTH jt CO.
CLOCKS.
L?rgen?ock of Clocka lust nc?ivedat 11C3 Main
atrwt. Big, little, rom ?1, aquare. unJ e*t?7 other
klu<l of Clocka, all of which will 1m fully WAmotid
and guarantetd ai correct tlmera. Aho.Watchea,
Jewelry, tipectaclea,silver and Bllrer l'ialed Ware,
Oild IVna, Pencil*, Ac.
BsJitir Jewelry made to order. Ppeclai attcntiou
R.vcn to repairing Watcbaa, Clock', Ac.
DQSO OXTOBY t UUFFIELD.
New Slack
BOYS' WATCHES,
?AT?
tQUISDECKERI'S JEWELRY STOREl
1507 Market ?tr?t!.
QPEBA HOUSE.
Two Nights Only-THURSDAY A FRIDAY, Oec.8!?7.
oala Fashionaule EVENT.
Miss Kate Claxton!
A Milled Ijt Mr. (1 A. STEVENSON, and her
HEW YORK COMPANY.
Ttauiaiaj Fsealog, l)e*.6tb, MI?d KA1UCLAXTuN
ai "LOUISE," ia ib?
TWO ORPHANS!
Th? Drswa presented with New and Emutliul
Sieutry.
Friday Evening, Dec 7tb, Farewell Appearance,
MISH KATh CLAXTON a* ?(?lLHbttTE,',
In the Society Picture, FRO'J FfiOU.
Rich iu Elaborate Coatuinea and
EaquUtte Toilette#,
Popular Scale ol Prices. Sale ol seats fomraeucfj
ou Alouday, 9 x. M., at Adatus A Luca*' U uale store.
itoW
QOLD BAND
French ChinaTea Sets
OF 41 PIECES,
Reduced to $12.00
WE GUARANTEE THESE GOODS TO
BE FIRST QUALITY.
CUMMINS & WOODS,
1142 Main Street.
no30
pESTlVAL.
Tbw will be Ftttinl at ARENZ'fl BALL,
8ouih Wheeling, on
THURSDAY & FRIDAY EVENINGS. No*. 29 and 30.
For the bf ncfit of I a Btlla Minion tiablnth School
iiauiMivn so*; cttJiurtn Joe. Doom ojen ?t 7
r. u. dui2!I*
QOME. NOTICE. COME.
Kemember, the Best and Fineat Finished
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS
Only $100 PEB DOZEN, for uihort time
ouly.
uo29 PLUMMER'8 QAM EHY.
yy ANTED TO EXCHANGEDwirably
locnleJ Bnllimore City dwelling property,
under rest, fai an improved Farui in We?t
Virginia. J. F. FULLEN a CO..
no28 W. Fayette M, Baltimore, Sid.
?^LL RIG11T."
I b?ve iuit received s full aupply ot the above
brand ef Family Fl-mr. Abo, h lull line of choice
GROCEB1E3. which will be sold at the lowest ciuh
ra'ej and delivered free to any part o( the city,
benwood or Bellalre.
CHRIST. REUBENS,
no23 No. 3601 Jacob and ?8 Tblt ly-nixt h Stt.
JpULL STOCK OF
MCTUItE FRAMES,
AT TIIS
JIcLVRE 110 USE ART STORE.
??23 K. L HICOLL.
gTElCT A'JTENTlOh"
Cilrto to tba tilling <f PbyiicUot' PracrliiUoni
?t 1I10
OPERA HOUSE DRUG STORE.
Strictly- pare mtdlcinw uifil la comwandlOB. *cj
?i?r?f mioia to mi ih?m. ;!n
OTHER GOOSE MELODIES, Ac.,
SET TO MTJSIC.
iiUJLUJ-yy iiusw <t- ART WORK.
no'27
QPElti HODSE, .... OAT?S \
Urns Hamilton ..Icltoj M.aipr.
Ih'* Sljt.li Only ol EMlLtSII CO'JIC orcni. i
tirit ipi*iracce lu Wlietlln* ?t
ALICE OATES! !
[Tbe Pwr'fi* tjuf?a or Comic Open), ropportcd br !
Lex new hKULlSH CJMlC'uPJitSA CO.
MONDAY EVENING, Df* SJ, 1
OffmUcli't celetiMftil Opera in 3 ?cU, '
mi. , . I
j- ne *jrrjiTici uucuess
TU? Grand Duchea .... tice Oatis.
TUESDAY KVfeNISG, Doc 4ih,
Ltctxq a r*nu*nrt Cotulc Open, In S acI?.
la FILLS DK MADaME ANUOI'
(3bdim? Acgol'j cbild).
LXAlRKTnt -- -- AtlCK Oatk*.
la the Third Act, "Orand Duct if tnllro Co.
WED NIB DAY KVEKINR, D?c 5lb,
OifftiWU't FattiooiOnmi.
LA JOLIK PARFOiltUsE
_ ? (TbaPrttty itr/umci).
Ros* Mien jw sixick oatv
Tht Company MJ1U04 ALICK OATESat tbrae
wrlormaooet li tb? floett and m<M compute ort?nir?U?n
In tb? world, and lbs onlt one la tbo
Lnlted ?UC? nuUbsa tprcUltr of iwrfunnin# In !
;t*luh tb? Opru cf Ott?ul*cb, W? aD(] other
rfencli corapoirn. Urwtd Cborui with OrehMtr*. ,
*'7 ?pU Wtmtit CMtuous, Pre pert If* Ae 1
Miutal Conductor Mr. A. PRKDIOAM.
Adtulnlon?UrtLntrs and Dm Orei*. II 10. Scwrcd
imii? 25c rxtri; Family drck, 60c U?- <
Sot. W,?t the Ojn** llou*. Dooil omd at 7:15;
xjtomtDcq at 8. gprj ^
rvLD SEAL PRESSES
^WANTED TO-DAY,
AT
VEST VA. STENCIL & SEAL WORKS, j
No. 1731 Market Sr.
ool9
JIHANKSQIVINU LECTUBE, j
On THURSDAY (Thufcflvlflc) EVENING,
At tb? Fourth Stmt M. E Church, i
By hEV. J. McKESDBBE REILEY, D. D. ']
Subjtct?MTbi Uoltcml Yuh* Katton." Tickit*
tor aal? at Um tools *cJ Drag eton* and at the ,
tocr. Mg j
D ROOMS?300 DOZEN FANCY.VA- *
MURXOJ.Y, UOIaad UU Mala^t
y. *. ;'
NEW ADVEf
GEO.S.]
W1I0UBAU
FANCY GROCERIES
TEAS, TOBACCOS, CIGARS
FOREIGN & DO:
CBACKCltS, PICKLE4, SAtlPEA CAWUM,
A F1EST-CLA88 KA:
3^AKrxrF-A.cTX7n:
Writ* for cjuoUlfom, or call wbta la th? cltf.
1307 M
GREAT B
DDRTZ" C
GEO.R.TAY
SECOND COMPLETI
Bought Since th(
Will be Opened on I
Embraces all kinds of Goods ads
Dress Goods nt ono-half they broiij
SPECIAL INDUCER
Long Seal Skin Cloaks,
Long Black Beaver Cloaks
Long Black Matelasse
Misses' Cloaks, CI
Seal Muffs am
Mink Mufl
Child]
Li
NOVELTIES IN
Shawls, Talmas, Elegant Black Gi
cred Silks, Matelasse Suitings, (
and Children's Merino linden
ings, Table Linens, Ti
BARGAINS IN EVE
GEO. R. TA
not 2
WrLLIAM
1114 ?AI?
sols age:
WOhio Valley, PIljUflQ
Hardmanl InllUllj
SHEET MUSIC, BOOKS,
OF EVERY I
Violins,
JsirHANOs' AND ORGANS SOLD C
jMrKEPAIRING and toning OF 1
n?j?3-d*w?ow
CLKVKL&MD, TlJCAIUWAS ViLLKY \ WURKUKtt
1UJLVUY COMl'AMY.
vbKVKLtKD, JMM 12, 1877.
THK SUBSCRIBERS TO TIIC CAPITAL
.VI'ACKof a.ld Cowboy will tak? notice that
lUelr ?u>? rlptlona hcretolore made for the purpjw
if ?1-iin< In extending the raUrond of a'd Cotupauy
'twiu tta prweut teriuluui to the Uhlo hirer,
Iwriua heretofore be?n ?u*pted by aid Cawpany,
Ihe rojr J of Directors of aid Company at a meeting
thef. of, hcltl on the 5to day of June, liJ77, by
irejuiu'.iou, otdeied thkt the fint luitatluieut of
Ire dollar* ($5 001 on eac4 ilia re of fifty dollar*
,5-'"i U), ao luUcritxd to the capital atock o( aid
Dowpimy, now due from auUcribera. appearing on
ihe b ? ??. and IntllYiduil .iWrintl<?ia *.< ?.>!.
*J, ??nll beiuld od or l?lorv July Hi, 1877, to P.
A. Jlml 1, . ruuurer cj laid Cbmpamy, at iKe grnnU
t&ct tl.titnf, of th? aawe may U p?ld to A. J.
?t Bridgeport, Ohio, or to Mich taron u lio
mj direct; aud Mid Trnuureraud aid Uu'?,?ud
iliu such person u the nld may dulr autbo*
lie to r*cel?e money due ujon nld aubKriptlooi
u? either of tbrni by nld tompauy empowered
lod authorised to receive and receipt for the ?amo
or and oa ita behalf; and tenperevntof uid aubicrlpuoo
ih>Il badue (snd la hereby rtquhed to be
Id tn the said TVearner, at Ifit gen-tal cflce of
?u/ Qjtrpany, at ajattaid, or the raroe may l?
MkltoA.J.JU(u. nt Brhliepoii, Ohio, or tuch
?non ea be may dahenat*, who are authorized to
YCidrg tb?mue for and on behalf of uld Comi*ij.lon
tLeday following th? expiration of *rery
blrty <iu> i from at.d alter July l?t, 1877, unMl the
bol* lubecrlption ihaU be due and required to be
Mid. ai a bore fperified.
Br order of tne Board of Director*
3*-'-F P. A. HBW1IT, Secretary.
4AT TUE C01JKT 0F KWG EDWIN"
ij wsf. lqqbton,, j?., author of "8om of
Owiwin." Cloth, gilt tcp.fl 26.
It thi CITY BOOK BTOBE,?44 Tw*trx* St.
STANTON A DAVENPORT, Prop'n.
oolO
:amlx HiMiLTON. ;*i, M'oiucaium
HAMILTON 5l MOGRANAHAN,
BRICK LA YMRB AND CONTRkOTOBS,
lot. Ull Eo?? St. and 1S3 FimuiTU Stmst,
WHEELING, W. VJL
Spatial titration glrco to all kioda of Brick*
fork la tbe dty or country. oca
PRESCRIPTION FREE
tor tha opaady Cura ot Hcmlnal Wtaken. Loat
lanbood,?nd all dlaordaca brought onbylndtKx??
Son or Kiowa. Any Draggta baa tho tnjradianu,
JUdma 01. JAQUD ft CO., CtodMtO. 0
ItlKdav
tTISEMENTS.
PEBNY,
B PK1LERIN
& CONFECTIONERIES,
, CANNED OOOD9, C1IEK?]:,
ME8TIC FRUITS,
NcracMV/4?li:"''hl^U,U'U' "
Efl'OP CANDIES.
l<tlH U/L..I!.. til %/_
am oucci, ffiiBBiinn, w. va.
ARGAINS
IN3-OOHDS
ATI
A g% AAfA
LUn & UU b.
STOCK THIS FALL,
i Decline in Prices
Monday, November 12.
pled to the season?many kinds of
ght oarly in tho season.
1ENTS OFFERED IN
Cloaks,
liildren's Cloaks,
1 Boas,
s and Boat,
en's Muffs and Boas,
adies' Seal Helmet Halt,
Ladies' Seal Duchesse Hats,
Ladies' Seal Turban Hats.
DRESS GOODS.
'0 Qriin Silks, 28 inch?t wide, ColJashmeres
and Merinoes, Ladies'
vear, Flannels, Blankets, SheetjwbIs,
Napkins, &o., &c.
:RY DEPARTMENT.
YLOR & CO.
H. SHEIB,
t 8TEEET,
fT FOR THE
^xORHIIS,
STRINGS, INSTRUMENTS,
DESCRIPTION.
Of the Beit Quality.
All Initrumtnla,
i? PAYMENTS TO 8VIT PUBCIIA8EBS.
ILL IN3TBCMENT3 A SPECIALTY.!
THE FAM0U8 BRAND OF
"COATS"
Spool Cotton
13 NOW FULLY ADAPTED TO
SEWING MACHINES.
Black und Colon especially desirable,
For a&le by
J. a BH0DE3 & CO.
E. SCHOPPEB,
EM3I1EUIEK BKOB.,
KELLEU * SCH REINER,
GEORGE 0. BOTn,
"W. J. HITLER,
E. C. JEPFERS,
T. T. BORGLEB.
AT WHOLESALE BY
J. H. RHODES ?& CO.
JylS ;
QHEAP BOOKS. J
A w* Invoice oI '
Tho Souwldo Library,
Just wcdrwi?10S ww looks, by tbs beat auibori,
at 10 and 20 cenla ?ch.
C H. QDIMBY, .
Bookwller tod Siti dealer, Ma 1414 Market fit
OC19
gUCKWHEAT FLOUR.
FIto barrels cbolee n?w Mountain. Tan b*|a
ebeka mi Moon tain. J art rteslTad.
odl ,UW, D1VENPOBT 4 PARKS.
DRY QOODS.
DON'T PASS THEM BY!
LOOK AT OUR
SPECIAL BARGAINS
nDvnnnno
uni uuuuj
FOR THIS WEEK.
flood Calico 5c perrtrd.
Beit Calico, 10 yardi for II (0.
Hue W Brown Muslin. 30 yarde for ft 00,
Heavy ftnton Kim of 1,12 yarda lor 11 DO.
Umtt Grey Twilled Flannel, lie per ya.d,
Hed tUnnel, all wool, 2oo per yanL
flood Ulniham, per yard.
Big lot Drat Uonla, I'J'Cc per yard.
Tbc brat awor t me nt 11 New My lea of I) ret* flood*
In lb* cltr, 20 and Sic fwr yard.
Floe black Quhmert, all wool, GO, G5 and ?5c
per yard.
Felt HklrU-tblnk cf them-only COc.
10-4 White BlankeU-Juat to Ualnk?otalf 12 00
a pair.
Twenty yarda good Carpft, tt 00.
Good Flowered Carpet, BOc per yard.
Ladle*' ClotU Cloaka, new ityle, ?3 60,
A.lance atock of Cloth Cloaks. Bbawb, Dtcm
Uooda, wool Frinfee, Felt bklrU, Oaipeti. Oil
Clothe, and manjr other drelrabio goods, to which
we would Invite jour attention, and will anute
you ibat we shall render jou perfect aatlsJactlon In
all your draUuga with ui. NO GOOD8 MUMKFUEHENTKI).
Goals sold for what they are, and
at tbe lowest price for cash.
Cone and mw our goods and get jour Bargains
before It la loo late.
HENRY ROEMER,
No. 2006 Main Street, Centra Wheellig.
"AGENCY FOR HUE. DEMODULI'S RELI
A 111. K PATTEBKB. Dol5
Dry Goods!
THE LARGEST
?AND?
Most Complete Stock
?o??
m mifn
ULUAIUi,
SHAWLS,
Dress Goods
SUITS,
HouseFumishingGoods.&c.
IN THE CITY.
fCLL LINE OF
Childrens' Cloaks,
LLL AGES.
CT. BRUES,
1132 Main Stroet.
oc!3
J^OOK OCT FOR A BARGAIN.
We lure quite a raiiety of
GOLD PAPERS,
From 4 to 14 Bolliof a kind Tbti? fine Unnd
guoda will be told at 10 and 20c par roll. Come
tally and make your fvlectioiu.
A. W. FAULL A BRO.-1141 Mala Bt.
no?3 '
Q A. SCHAKFEtt A Co!
GENERAL AGENCY BUSINESS,
No. 1333, corner of Market and 14tb Sta.,
over C. tfchnepf'a Drug Store;
nol WniKLixo, W. Va.
QE08GE K, McUECDEN,
No. 1061 MARKET SQUARE,
Ta Sole Agent for the
Great Vegelable Remedy for Piles.
oo23 .
QRANU MILITARY BALL
By tlie Schmolbach Zounves,
AT TURNER HALL,
THANK8GIVINB NIGHT, NOV. 29.1
Millie by Johnny Birch.
Adminlon, |1 oo. ?024
MaKswr
Egffl?;Fg
"^y ANTED?SMALL FAB*
A small well Improved Farm, tu near the
city a? poulble.
Address, giring location, price, 4c.,
nolo locKBox412WH"u''a,-wr.VA.
}?i n, KHLLY, HOI tad 1SU Mala tit.
for sale.
JIXECCTOa'S 8ALR
OF VALUA8LE_REAL ESTATE.
HATUBltAY, Dtctubet s is;*
Clerk o( tb. Cnul> Culm ol ou.
Book No. M, lolw 073, ?o which nldlul Vi i
double Brick Houm Id goo.1 itp,T^J** U? ,
premtow, tenting ?t pnweuAt in oo tlT ^ ^
TnUM-UM.tll,d cmH, or u outh?t'? '
purchuer mij elwt, ua the Atj 0f ?|?A!" H
"f.KWmeDU*???d I XLS?
willi lourcot froui d*U, Mcuml by l>^
ou the preuilw*. " uiin
BENJAMIN EXLKV.Ei.,,,,,
Divoroir * Uovuu, AUoioij.. si
Oupllu. stnot, Wheeling ' ' ' "M
J. U. ll?iv?r, Auctlooon.
ipitUSTEE'S SALE.
By tlrlu.oli JmI ol Trud made It
5"? ? !?' .b1' ? "" Ubd?r>UMI flJJJ
rL I . JMUWr. J3JS
?wtied in llio Clerk1. offl ol the loioir
in o,X'rS ,'i
Nulmt K?k No. 1, jafti <01 .L4 40-3, | ,i
FBIDAY, Uu iStli by ol Dmata, im,
Bdlnolni it 10 o'clock*; v. ol ?U J..,,',,.
Itoilt door of ttie Court IlooM ol UliU.
lb. city ol WMtagii Mil >1 public mi,, ,{ .?
ollo.ln, JanM |iro|?rty, >M u loi^JS
that ccxulii ploce of Una Jjlug m l Jo
waters of Uloa'aBud, In a.ld cuuoi j of oil*,5
uciux panui mw unu oeiOOKilMIOtlieUlo Aiidrtw
1*. Wools ID J adjoining Itifluudf of WlilutaJ
Welahaui, the lu-tia of l)a? Id Uardm r, d<mMl'
and the holra of Andrew P. Woodi, dntaKii, ex?.' i
taints* 18 acr?a, ? rouda and 10 pctchra, ?t,J Umud.
td anadmrrital $? follow*, rlt: ftgtoning it ?n
eliu corner to liirden aud lltslllv on the WicJ?'
line; thence up* U? Hun Ko*d?t?J?
aud S 42H' t *0 polM to a atako on tb? tooth tide
of wild load, tbeifo o 13'' E10 '.'I*'u0 )U|,i j0 .
aUkr; thencw B23 K is M-10u pol?a to * ?tur
thenc* h 81? W 47 "U-10U polti to a(vrti^r tu ul<i 1
Wilibauaoncnjtt?al tract line and witu bi? lit*
and nldtractltbvMGi3 W 23 84-100 pv!? ?ti>uri?i.
nnl cortur of tract now a corner on the line ul mid
Harden and with U aline (another origlml) N >'
E13 40-1U0 polw to tbe U^iooltik', !?>]( ill* r with
the luiproTeueoti tb min and the hwioiuui.nu
and appurteuanoa belonging tbetelu, txwntit)*
oulr tbe coal uudtrlyiiig the Mid tract.
Titans or bAi?h? I hrw) hundred dollcrt ol thi
purchase uiunej io cub on tfc?diy of alio, and 1U?
mldue of the eild punbaie money on tbo lit dir
of January, 1875. with intcrtit on the deferred a.
itdlraenU Iroio the day of rata uutil piy men!; tt a
pnrckaaer to aire gwd *vurlty lor tin
payment ol aaul deferred lnitaltucnu aud thatiUi
w tbe proper! j to be reUlutd uolil Urn junhiu
money >a fully paid.
'J'bc title to tbe above property Li believed to U
uDcxeyntlonabls,
no26 JAMES P. BWW. Trrt*.
AUCTION-TO THE TRA.DE.
J. M. Ilartford, Wholesale Aurtia&tir, No.ltt
Wood street, Uttsburtfb, Pa. BlfuUr sti-tloaol
Book, bhues, Hats, Cap*, Carptu m<l Virieiy
Moods, ou Wednesday of tach Wtek.atlu^u'dbd.
Spwlal sale* of Boats and blu-woutheflt?t Monday
of tat b mouth, at 10% o'clock. I carry il- l?xStit
tock of Eoote ind ehues to the cliy ami i?n hut,,
est most any cash dtalera ibat will law u.o w.thi
call. Among the loodi off-red lu tnjr isu* Ii p.
Ware. Jr., a C o., BUrk A Co., and Ncr York kit
and bhoe to, llajrwood Hoots aud many ot:.?u.|?brat?d
tnanula*.lures. All Boots and bbotsioM
la mj talc* warrauttd perfect. Curb aJrit.cn
made on all kiiida tf ruerr bandhe to te to:d.
J. M. HAKtrtOUD,
tcpll Wholwale Auctlooetr, Piuat urgh. Pi
fjlBUSTEE'8 BALL
B7 rirtue of a Deed of Trust mide indwecutid
by Balaatfi ttchott and wife to tb* undtrsigitd
Trustee, bearing dale tbo 14th dsyc! An^uit, In
the y?r lS7t>,and duly recorded iu tUi'l?k's
office d the (.canty Court of Marihallctwi ly.Wtu
Virginia, lo 1>wJ of lYustBook No. 3, p-?<< If3,1
will sell at puillc ale ni tb? front door nt iTieCouit
House of Ohlucounty, In ibe dty of Whttliog, on
8ATUBDAT. the 15th day of December, IsTT,
lfeuinnln* at 10 nVliwfc ? ' ? *<' ' *" " ,L
following described rral estate, that It to toy:
The north lull of tbnt lot or parcel of laud Uta*
ate la SUnbill county, W. Ya., containing nt?
acr?a, more ar lew, which w ia cnntej?d to Ci.au. W.
Huscell bj de*d bearing dat? the '.'&th dsy ?.| i?ctuU-r,
1350, from l>anlel Lamb, commisnl6i.? r, mult*
a rtrtalu dime ol the Ciicuit lourt Ut Ohio county,
the aald lot being part of the bottom land of.
liofga' firm, and being lut uumtcrlour (?> uu lk<
plat marked A, In a ?uit in chancery tu wfclrh tbt
General Insurance Company of ftlarjland ?u
complainant and E. Ziue, administratrix, ?t?l
Mom-i w. chapllne, t-xwutor ami lit iw, aii<l otheri
defendant*. aiid u-twceu Wm. Chaplloe, complain*
ant. and tb? told admlnlatrattlx, exccutor ?cd
htira and others defendanta, lying next below th?
lindof John Handlan, and aald fotbtltjg<liYld?d
into two e?|ual parts by a division Htm t?i<nen
J hu Kubnleiu aLd Peter Lonhart, dic^n l drsan
acroM the same from out to w?t, parallel ?ith and
at equal distance from t'ie northern aiid ".".tlitrn
boundaries of aald lot No. (our (4), all tiut jjrt
wh:eh Ilea north ol that division line ii Leiet-y
conveyed.
Tanas or Balk?52500, or ca mui-b mor- of tb?
puichaseinooey aathe puichaatr may eltct lo pay,
cash on tLay vf ale, the residue la one j?ar nun
the date of sala, with interest upon said ?Wrntd
payment from said day of ?nle, arid lh? puicbaw
to give his note aecund bt deed of Uuttontha
said property (or said deferred payaieut.
WM. C. HAND LAN,Truth e.
By Geo. 1'. Likcu, Suite lor.
W*. H. IIullkb, Auctioneer. t>u!S
rjlBUSTEE'8 SALh.
By virtue cfthre? several deedj of trust t-veeuied
aad ackno*l?dj{ed by H. Brrdley VVheat vui Virginia
li. LU wile, to tbe undersigned'J'rUilw.ilitcd
ropectively tbe 80th day or March, 18fa, the ISrh
d*v of July, )S?4, and the 8th dayof NotruiUr,
lb.3, and each of record lu ibo Ori'? ct5-.r < [ tU
County Court of Ohio county, Welt Ytrvlak in
Detd of 'inut Book No. 6, pane* 41) 1 and 4;-s, lxnl
of Trust Book No. 7. paj;w IbU. 1JW and ISM, *?.J
Detd of Trust Bonk No.'J, page 417, respectively. I
will offer at public sale at the front door i f lie
Court House of Ohio county, In tbe city of Whnv
lug, on |
8ATUBDAY, December tbe I5tb, 18;:,
tbe following described teal estate, tbit Is tonj:
Lot numbered seven (7) in square taumlxTrd t?ru- '
ty-nlnefjyi lu tbe addition to tbe city uf Hbwllni
known as the Buena VUta addition to niJ city.
alio, Lot nuinberid cl|ht (81 in the tame ?qu?r< i
and addition; also, Lot numbered tine v-'i in am? |
square and addition, except a part of said Ut No.
9 twenty-fire by thirty-fire feet which w? hew*
fore conveyed to Michael Lally.
Alio, the lot of ground designated as Lot numbered
aevea (7) In square numbered twenty-three I
(-3) on the south eio* of Twelfth itreet iluiotrly
Monroe atreet), in raid city of Wheeling.
Also, all of that lot or parcel ol ground knnra
and designated as Lot numbered two (2) in ?saus
numbered twentj-niue (29lon Twelfth (formerly
Monroe street), in the city of Wbe?ll?j.unether
with all the valuable Improvement* located
upon all the above described lurctli of isiouiitl.
J uaas oisSatA-One-third of the punts* money
in cub on the day of aale, and the r?? Jur la
two equal installments with in'eret on uld dtfeired
payuienla at twelve and eighteen tnontbi Iroo
the day of aate. the payment of i he deferred Initsli*
ueoti *od iuterat 10 be lectin J tutu* siti.-ftft?ca
or tho Trustee.
JAMPH P. EOGXES, TlO. f.
W. D. IfiLLKR, Aurtlonrpr. tio!5
f YALE LOCKS,
With imall flit ?t?J Kry?,
ippllr?tie to iltDott titrf
ux*, iq<1 /or itlr by ?U Uu?*
war? Denim.
A ?pe-l?l line
DUAWF.lt A CCP20AB0
Yale Lock Wf g Co.
HENSV IS. TORM', Fi*
? OFFICE AW) WORKS.
X jSjBv Sunlofd. Ci'Hi
Jf'jvj Salesroom, hxS3CM?Mn
8g7 SI., Na? fort.
I r royS&ol .
JTACOB SNYDEB
1403 MAIM A 1401 SOUTH 8T1,
Emm the lumt ?tock of I BOS' ted HBAt*
HAKDWAKtf in the StaW. Bit itock J
W#od Work, Sprlngn, Axlei, Ytrn!?h?i
Paints, &c?
Ii not excelled br any ettabliibmect wiihin t>BB*
drtd mil?? of Wheeling: _ , ?
Carriage and Wagon Manufactumn *111 *aJ 11
to their lntexMt ti git* him a mil.
AUooa hud, LAMB PLAUTIB ol ? ?>P?!of
mllty, ut?.
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