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coplui and circular*. Address v
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I'L'UUNIIKUH, ''
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ii econil-clmm matter.]
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WHEELING, W.VA.,OCTOIIEU 30,1888. f
Mn.WiLi.iAM L. Wilhox talks much
bettor on Thomas Jcffuruon and the l
Dcclnmtion of Independence tliun on the
Mill* hill nn<1 t.lu? nriipt!?>i<1 nfTiwtrf of *'ji J
tariff for revenue only." Thomas Jefferson
and the Declaration of Independence
arc safe topics. <
Tiiohk who heard NVilson and Goff on 1
on Saturday have an opportunity to
judge bow and to what extent Mr. Wilson
must have "wiped up the iloor with
UofT" iu Martinsburg. They will kuow,
also, how much credit to give to Democratic
accounts of these things.
Would itnot be possible to arrange for
another discussion in Wheeling between
Mr. WilHon and General Goff? Next
Saturday would be a good time. The
I.ntellioenceii will undertake to raise a
fund to defray all expenses so that it
shall not cost the Democratic Commit??">
??? / /??? Wn nf*ik In lliia onintunfrn
WUUUUlVUh I..W oto
win.
Gen. Goff lmd Mr. Wilson at ft seriOU8
disadvantage, lie believes in a
Troteetive Tariff and nays so on all occasions
and everywhere. Mr. Wilson believes
iu Free Trade as Great Britain has
it and did not dare to say so in Wheeling.
The difficult task beforo Mr. Wilson
was to leave his favorite theory as
inueh as possible in the background, and
try to make the Mills bill acceptable by
n vain endeavor to show wage-earners
that they have an interest us consumers
separate from and high above their interest
its producers. In this impossible
undertaking Mr. Wilson succeeded as
well as any other advocato of his party
bas succeeded or is likely to succeed.
IIkm-: is a neat little scrap from tho
speech of liou. William L. Wilson in
the debate with General Gotf:
Andrew Jackson was a poor boy once
[A voice in the audience: "And a Protectionist."
Cheers.] No, sir; he never
said a word in favor of Protection, in his
whole life, lie never did. 1 have his
messages.
Surely Mr. Wilson is familiar with the
Coleman letter, written to Dr. Coleman,
of North Carolina. It is always worth
republishing:
Wamunuton City, April -jo, 1821.?Heaven
smiled and gave u* liberty and iudepeudenec.
That Mitue Providence hiw biettod us
with llio ineutiM oi Na'iolial independence and
hatloual ilefcMM.*. It we omit or refiicu to two
the Rifts which He hoti extended to iih wu denerve
hoi ihu coutiuuatlou id 111* Idemlng lie lias
idled our mountains mid our plains with minerals?with
lend, Iron, iiml copper?and Riven
uh a elitnutO and fcoit for the crowing of hemp
and wool. These being the uru?t nmtciialit of
our .National uefenro. ihey might to have extended
to them adequate protection; that our
munufaciurcrn ami laborer* uuiy he placed In a
fair competition with those of K.irope, and that
we hove withlu our country a supply of those
leading and importaut articles m? essential to
wear. 1 will ante what is the real situation uf the
i-ii'iiit iiniiivt */ Whnro ban the Amcrie<iu far
jncr u timrkct for hU surplus produce? Kxcept
for cotton helms neither a foreign or home market.
I'lK-w not thin clearly prove when there is
no market at home or abruail that there Is too
mueh taliot employed lti agriculture? Common
sense at ouce points out the remedy. Tub? from
Hurleulturu in the United .State* COO,000 men,
women and children and you will nt once give u
market for moro breudstuils than all Jiurope
now furnishes us. in short, sir. we have been
too long subject to the pulley of British merchants.
It is time we t>houlu become u little
more Amerieuulzed, and, instead of icuditiK
pauper* Hud laborers of KiitflunU, feed our own,
or else in a short time, by continuing our piescut
|Kiiiey, we shall be rendered paupers our*
# selves. a.niiukw Jackson.
Does Mr. Wilson tbink there is in this
not "u word in favor of Protection?"
It wii* the Wt'iikiiiiHK of tho Cause.
Hon. W. L. Wilson entered into dis
cussion with General GolF with all tho
endorsement his party could give him.
Elected to Congress, ho is a member of
the Ways and Means Committee by a])- 1
pointment of Speaker Carlisle, lie has
been chosen to advocate in the East ami
West tho tariff policy of tho Democratic
' party.
When tho Republican Committee 01
this State proposed joint eiscussions between
the .nominees for Governor, the |
Democratic Committee declined to allow ,
Judge Fleming to meet General GoiF (
and suggested Mr. Wilson instead of j
Judge Fleming. Mr. Wilson has been (
deelarcd by his iellow partisans to be ,
head aud shoulders above any man in (
the State on the?TuritT question, meaning,
of course, on their side of the ques- (
tion.
if, therefore, Mr. Wilson was worsted (
in Saturday's discussion with General
Goir, those who agree with him on the i
tarill question cannot complain of the
inability or insulilcicncy of their chum- j
pion.
The conspicuous failure is to bo attnb- c
uted to the weakness-of the cause which u
Mr. Wilson advocates. It is tho weak- ^
111., t? 4..
new 01 iuw j'uiuucruuc puny iu luwiw
test. _
.Tim Turin" ltlllft Coiitrnntcd. jt
A careful analysis of the Mills bill clearly
reveals the malicious intent and
purpose of its projectors to sweep the
protected industries into tho vortex of
Free Trade?of which tho heavy reductions
on live principal schedules are the
forecast. In contradistinction to thin
measure tho Senate Tariff bill appear*
in symmetrical form and creation in support
of American industry and American
labor as noted in its treatment of the
live schedules referred to?which are the
heart of protected competitive commodities
in the tariff. The Mills bill reduces
chemicles 34 per cent: tho Senato bill
less than i! per cent. The Mills bill cuts p
tho metal schedule 33 per cent; the
Senate bill less than 3 per cent.
Wool and woolens are prostrated
53 i>er cent by a vandal stroke from the fo
Mills bill, which the Senate bill reduces <tu
oniy cine mm uuciuiu our com. Jammer
ami wooden waro the Mills bill sweeps
overboard into free trade, which the
Senate hill natures to n reduction of onlv
one-sixth of one per cent The Mills bill
concocters, not content with free wool,
have selected tho farmer as n special ol>
ject of their hostility in cutting down i,
the duties on hemp, jute and tlax forty. n?
nine per cunt, which tho Senate bill !'
scarcely touches at three-fourths of oik* ?
per cent. The total reduction on all
these schedules by the Mills bill is fifty ?
per cent?$50 decrease from each $100
previously collected. The Senate bill is (>|
less than ono and one-third per cont re- JJ
duction?a decrease of $130 on each $100 Xi
itien previously collected. This comitation
Is made from the official tables
each bill, ami Is therefore authoritaire,
und reveals in true color the tenancy
of cach measure.
The exponents of the Mills bill, amal- {!
iwating low protect i ve percentages with *
igh percentages on articles of voluntary 81
w and luxury, to artificially raise tin- n
ruicr in order to mislead that protect- J"
e duties have only been reduced live *'
Br cent, should warn the people to in- I
rati gate the application of percentages
) each individual schedule. This will T
nveil hypocrisy's masquerading in the 41
eresies of false tariff percentages to de- j
jde the people that protective duties J
ave only been reduced five per cent 1
lien five schedules (over half) of the
rotected commodities have been struck
town fifty per cent. When we consider 1
hat our annual homo production ami l
onsuinption of the five schedules named
xceeds $2,000,000,000 then the question
omes home with special force?What
iroportion of this vast amount will fiud .
ts way to the foreign market, propelled '
>y the reduction of duties fifty per cent
is named ? it will deprive us ot a large
% -I I.. I...If if nnf
lropuniuu, pruuuuij -?
nore.
CLEVEIjANU'fi I'OliTltAIT.
)t?*n with it Pmlllilul llnad l))r a" "r|K
Inal Muswutnp.
From iht .Voi? York Ituirjtrwli nt.
Henry C. Lea, the famous publicist of
Philadelphia, was onu of the original
Mugwumps. He verily* thought lie was
dolus the country a service in advocating,
in 1884, the election of. Grover
Cleveland aa a Civil Service Reformer.
Mr. Lea describes bis conduct in the
severest language yet applied to it; but
it is not too severe. The meanest of all
persons is the hypocrite. Hut this in
precisely what Mr. Lea declares. Mr.
Cleveland to be, and, worfct of all, lie
ti :.. >? I.Sim It wfitilil
proven me ujuju u^iuuon ....... ..
bo u blow* to tho interests of public morality,
as ho sb'ows, to re-cfoet such a
uiati. llero in Mr. Cleveland ;is painted
hy Mr. Lea in n few bold strokes:
"No professional apoilsman, openly
proclaiming his belief in tiio prostitution
of patronage, could have wrought onehalf
the injury to reform jw tho hypocrite
smilingly tucking: 'Art thou in
health, my brother ?' whilo he plants his
knife under the fifth rib.
"Tho celebrated order of July 14,188G,
warning all placeholders against 'obtrusive
partnership,' was of interest only
as a curiously superfluous exhibitiou of
hypocrisy.
Tlio President himself debased his
high oflico and broke with all its tradition
by interfering in the local politics
of New York city to aid the election of
a former beneficiary of Tweed.
"The only vtfect, indeed, of Mr.
Cleveland's reform professions was to
give a deeper sliaJe of guilt to this
whole scandalous performance. Before
ho completely threw o(F tho mask, to
save himself hy pretending to remove
only for cause, in deliberately smirched
the reputations of thousands of holiest
men. who were denied all opportunity
of defence against secret accusations.
"With another four years of his administration
the'rugs and tatters left of
Civil Service Reform would not lit out
a scarecrow sufficient to frighten the
most beggarly political rooster.
"To secure the control of tho machineindispensable
to his renoinination, he
has encouraged tlio encroachment of tho
legislative branch on the executive, for
the foul business of Congressional otlicobrokerago
has never been more offensively
rife or more cynically public than in
the scramble for spoils which his policy
has stimulated.
"Tho efleet of these 'transformations'
is reflected in the massive egotism of Mr.
Cleveland's receipt letter of acceptance,
in which he assumes that he is tho Government,
and lectures the opposition in
Congress as though resistunco to his will
were treasonable.
"Incidentally, 1 may call attention'to
the deplorable aspcct of Mr. Cleveland's
candidacy in the degradation of American
polities, which his success would
imply after his self-expos lire" of broken
pledges and dishonored promises.
"Mr. Cleveland's defeat is, therefore,
a condition precedent to any. nopuoi relief
from the spoils system. Helms
been weighed ana found wanting, and
our first duty is to make ai\ example of
hiiD. When a farmer nails a eiiickenimwk
to his barn door, he not duly gets
rid of a plunderer, but ho gives a wholesome
warning to its fellows."
"Connuiuptlim Can bu Cured."
Dr. J. S. Combs, Owenaville, Ohio,
says: 4,I have given Scott's Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil with llvpophosphites to
four patients with better results than
seemed possible with anv remedy. All
were hereditary eases of Lung disease,
and advanced to that stage when Coughs,
pain in the chest, frequent breathing,
frequent pulse, fever and Emaciation.
All these eases have increased in weight
from 10 to U8 lbs., and are not now
needing any medicine. iiWFJtW
Simon's ViTALizEit is what you need
for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness,
and all symptoms ot Dyspepsia.
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shi)oil's
Cure. (
The Rev. George II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
I ml., ways: "Both myself and wife
own our lives to Sliiloh's Consumption
Cure. Sold by W. E. Williams and C.
Menkcwiller. now
lluckleu'it Arnica Halve.
Tho beat Salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, Halt rheum, fever
tores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
oriiH, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi:ively
cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisaction,
or money refunded. Price 25
cuts pur box. For sale at Logan & Co.'s
I rug store.
"Milk-End J" The smoothest, strongest,
and most elastic.
Auk you made miserable by Jndigcsion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
Appetite, Yellow Skin? Sliiloh's Vitaizer
is a positive cure.
Why will you cougn wiien Simons i
}ure will give immediate relief. Price
0 cts., 60 cts. and ?1.
A Nasal Injector free with each bottle
if Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, Price 60
ents. Sold by W. E. Williams and C.
ileukeniiller. i>aw-J?ow
Dujnk Malto for the nerves.
IIow pleasant now to sew. The secret :
1 "Mile-End," 1 know. .
Every inflferer I* earnestly requested to try it ?
id they will acknowledge it to bo r,
A Wonderful Medicine
or a Woak Stomach, Impalrod Digestion
and all Disorders of ^
the Liver.
It net* like magic, and a few done* will bo
nud to work wonder* upon the moat import- to
it organs of the human uiacbino. tn
at
"I have used Simmons Liver yt
Regulator many years and can fr
conscientiously sny it Is tho I.I
Kln? of all Liver Keiaedlr*. I Ij
consider it a medluiue chest Is
iu.itsellj' oi
J. it. UAKPNKn, SUIIOIK, Vft.
F.xatnlnctowje that rouicct the Rcnuine. Dl? =
tiKUiMiod fmm nil frandaand imitation* by our
'I Z Trade Mark on front of Wrapper, and on
eaide the acnl ?nrt sUnature of J. II. Zkiijm .t
Special Notices. * F'
? ... ? Wl
FITS:-A11 FiUatepped free by Dr. KUue'a efl
wit Nenre Restorer. So Fiu alter flrtt day's 81
. Marvelous cures. Treatise and 1200 trial
ittle free to Kit came. Mead to Dx, Kline, lOl
ch street, Philadelphia, Pa, mrraw
EXCURSION TO CAMERON'.
urclillght l'anulti and Democratic Bally at
Cameron.
On Thursday, November 1, the Hon.
i. 8. Walker, Hon. J. 0. Pendleton,
Ion. A. 11. Fleming. Hon. E. W. Wil3n
anil others will add rem the mime
ieeting?it Cameron, W. Va. Speaking
rill commence ui 1 o'clock p. uj., foP
awed in tlio evening by a torchlight
>arade.
The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Com any
will Hell excursion tickets to Cam
:roii and return from Wheeling, Fair
nont, and all intermediate ticket sta
ions on Thursday, November 1, at on<
are, pood to return on all trains o
ame day and the day following.
For time of trains sue regular tiin<
ables.
Jajlluht I'nrailr> ami Mimit Meeting a
WhiM-llnj;?.tii.Iuo Thiirniuii to !?n 1'rcnt'iil
The committee in chaise of the Demo
rutic demonstration at >* neenng o? *?<
U)tl, inst., is making every effort to mak?
this the bigjjcHt affair of the kind eve
held in the State. .
A great daylight demonstration will l*
held in the ion-noon followed by mas
meetings in the afternoon and eyeninji
when the Hon. Allen G. Thurman wil
he present. ,, ,
The Baltimore & Ohio Itailroad Con
pany will sell excursion tickets to Wheei
log and return for all trains on Tuesda}
October :J0, frorji Grafton, Morgantow
mid inti'rniiidiute ticket stations at ri
dueeu rate*. ami will run a special trai
from Wheeling at 12:00 midnight, it
Grafton and local stations.
We give below a list of stations show
ing tiiuo of trains and round trip rates.
ixavb a- >' a. m. iiat
fln(ton......m 75Jw *jj
Fctteruiuti 2:,i7 ?'
Valley Full* 8:40 <:j.l Colfax
! :?> <: ? -
lluuton's Ferry 8:05 ?:.? Kalrmout
- j'l" *'
lfciruu-kvUIe - <: ?? FiiriniiiKUm....
0:40 H:'* Mumiitigtoii
|:'?? j:
ijlovcr'H Um{) ":J.? **' } ' J'
Durum ?{23 8|M J;
l.luloton 7:40 1
ii......i 'I'r.... II:1 fi 1
iiel l to n".!.TT.*.7:r?H <J: i& 1
Caim-run 6:"J0 'J: P
Lotidt-nnvillo - S:!W 1>;W
KuMoti'n 8:IW 1':*m
ItoHliy'R Rock 8:ftS 10: it)
Mouudsvlllo .. 1):0H 10::io
Kenwood 'J:~> 1C:W)
Whvx'ltuK Arrlro WHO .11:*)
Returning special train will le.-n
Wheeling far Grafton and intermedial
stations at 12:00 midnight. The tieke
will be good two days.
Dkixk Malto, it is pleasant.
L. S. Goon sells dry goods the cheapes
i>i ki>.
ZANE?Oh Saturday evening, October 27,1SSS.
?::wo'clock, Euvr is Ehenezkh Zane, aged
yuitre and 7 months.
Funeral from liln lute residence, No. 15 Son
Peon street, this (Monday) afternoon at
o'clock. Frleudi of the family are re*|?e<
fully invited to attend. lnt? rmi'nt prjvt'
WORTH $1,000!
TESTIMOSIALOfHoii.XIIOS.I'AUIil
OF SERIES COUS'TV.
Would not Take $1,000 for It?Rl
L lleved of Fifteen Years' Suffering
from Dyspepsia.
Alai'aiia, Ua., June 22,1887.?B. B. B. (.'01
puny, Atlanta, (la.?lieutlcuicu: I lmd Miller
troni that terrible disease, dyspepsia. for ov
liitven yearn, aiul during tliat lime tried over
tlitu^ 1 could hear of, uinl spent over three hu
died dollar* in doctora' bills, without recolvii
the slightest hcuelit, luneed, 1 continued
Kiow \von>e. Finally, alter I despaired of 0
laiuillK relief, a frieud recommended 11. II.
(BoUltilu lliood Balm), and 1 began usiut; It; U(
ayvvev r, oxp^tlup lo be buueflttcd. Aft
urine nan u uuiliu i wu* wiumeu mui i wu* u
ItiK benefitted, and wheu tbe sixth bottle w,
liken Holt like a uew umii. I would not ta!
jl.ooo for the good ll ban done me; In nu t, tl
relief I derived from ill* priceless, 1 firmly b
ilc'Ve thut 1 would imvu (lied hud 1 not tukeu I
Kc?iKJci(u"y^eie^jA8 pAULK
For tbo blood, use II. 1). B,
For scrofula, tike B. B. B.
For cnhirrh, ui?e B. B. B.
For rhcumntlHin, use B. B. B.
For kidney troubles, use B. B. B,
For skin dlwiwtn, r *J. B,
For eruptions, use B. B. B.
For ail blood pohoii, nse IS. B. B.
AMc your neighbor who bun uned 1], 1). B. of i
merits. Got our book freelllluU wlthcertlfleat
of wonderful cure?.
SPECIAL.
All who doire full Information about tl
canoe and cure of blood I'olhoun, Scrofula
Scrofulous SMclllnK-s Ulcere. Ht?re*, iebvum
Usui, Kidney Coui|>lalntn, Catarrh, etc., run t
eurifby mail free, a copy of our Si-pose Illuatr
ted Hook of Wondur*, (tiled with the uiohi wo
derful and hturtliui: proof ever before known.
Addrt>M, BLOOD BALM CO.,
Atlanta, Ga.
. LOGAN & CO.,
ocl-rMW WfniK-wle Agon**.
Paper, Etc.
WHEELING FAPEK HUUSE,
W. M. CLEMANS,
Wholesale and KcUiil Healer In
PAPER!
Grocers', Hatchers'an<l linkers'Straw Wrappini
iiulter Dh?he?nnd Twin* nail all kind* of
Manilla. Kelt and Uiliiditar Paper*
Wc |>uy inu hlithv<t eauh price fur Hags, Iror
Metals, I.end, Old Paper* and Hooks, and u
kinds of Paper Mock.
Will call for any of the above on hcintr notllle
by postal curd or telephone, on short notice.
Ma M11S & 1418 SOUTH STS..
or23 Wheeling. W. Vs.
Auction and Loan Office.
CEO. A. VVICKHAM','
Auction House and Loan Office
No. 1153 MARKET ST.
REGULAR SALE DAYS.
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
?B-Pmmritnttentlon civen to Outdoor Falea
MONEY LOANED OX FURNITURE
And Other Articlesof Value.'
All lHislne>n strictly confidential. oelfl
Housofurnishing Hardware.
gUASS FENDERS,
BRASS FIKK SETS,
BRASS ASH PAN FRONTS.
A large variety of styles hikI prices Just opened
,t the hardware and houscfuriibhltw store of
NESHITT A BRO.,
oel.VM.vrh 1:112 Market Street.
pAUIN'G
KNIVES I
Ni'e bare the niccft FariuR Knife ever Inventil.
It Is always set to cut one thick new. You
itnnot waste fruit or vegetables. Wholesale or
.<tatl.
GEO. W. JOHNSON'S PONS,
nuUVIH 1210 Main Htreot
Stoamship Tickets.
CFXTUEME SOUTHERN ROUTETO
Cj eukope.
1 lio StuunMiIp Victoria. 4,000 tons, In Intended
i Mill from New York Wednesday, November 21,
.king posaongen for Gibraltar. lienwi. Leghorn
ul Mtplcn. Excursion ticket* p>*l for one
nr. cun be made nvnilablo for return pnnsoKe
am Liverpool or tilungow by return Anchor
lue steamer. Tourist* for Egypt and the Holy
ind rnn book through ?o Port Said. Sue* and
niuliii. coniu-rtlngut Naples with the sictuuers
the Orient Line.
For further iu formatlou apply to
mrJO 11 Y nEHRBVg.
tcT advertise rsT
A lint of 1.000 newspaper* divided Into STATES
NlMSliCTlONS will be acnt ou application?
To tiiono who want their advertising to pay.
9 can oirer no better medinm for thorough and
Ibctlvo work th*n the various sec Hons of our i
euct Local Lirr.
OEO. P. ROWELL * CO.,
Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
ocS-mwfaw 10 bpruc? street, How Yo*k.
New Advertisements.
J^OTICE "
To Natural Gas Consumers. I
On and After November i. is?s, the office of
| the Natural lias Company of Wert Virginia will
he open for the transaction of business from 8 a.
in. until ftp, m. oc29
k. giffen & CO.,
Eoi.r. Agent# for inr. Cei.ebbated
Brown Farm Wagons.
If toii wunt the lightest ami easiest ruun'ng
ami best wade wuzon, buy the Brown.
Write for circular and price.
I orti? i:co MAIN ST.. Wheeling, W. Vs.
Regular Tuesday packet
forl'arkorsbutg, l'omeroy, <Jalll- , nmm,
poll*. Iron ton, Ilunlf" rl nipm MT
mouth. Moypvllle, Cincinnati undo*?""
t Louisville. Hie elegant pawengur steamer
-ANDES,Chas.
Muhlcmau. Com'r, Mart F. Noll, Clerk,
15 will leave for above points on Tuesday, Oct.
l? :y?. nt A o'clock p. m., sharp. PusM'tiirure and ?
r freight receipted through to all poluts West and
South. , S
For freight or passage apjdv on board or to
C OIVJ ? Iinm? II"UUI,?W||>. >
a p UNS, RIFLES AND REVOLVERS.
[? \JT HOOE& BRO.,No. lllJMurketHt.,
" ure agent* for the celebrated
Keystono Double Barrel Breech
j. Loading Shot Gun,
other mnfcc* of Gun*. Utiles nnd Rei*olven?.
I! Abo Clinmbftlniii'it ami IVti-r'* C'lirirldgcit.
j- Fine l'o?kot ami Table Cutlery n Specialty,
n All the bIhivogoodlat icmnrktbly low ilunroi*.
ir im-:i llot.K & imo.
.. Grand Opera House,
O. C. UESl'lIl U, !.>?>? A Uuu?i;or.
J; Thursday anil Friday, November 1 & 2.
First production in this city of the Grand Spcei.,
tai iilitr Production??! the Great
I.otutoii Sums*,
g THE RULING PASSION I
ih) iJiuior the direction of Al>orn nnd Petrle.
M? The Acme of Stage KralUm.
The Crjritul Palace. Tho M*d House. The
Ilain-fttorm of Ileal Water. The Full Klcgcd
Shl|>ut8e?. The Jiallocu Asccnulou. A Great
-. Croiiui'tion of a Great Play. A car loa<) of
scenery, <
7.) Prices?'5,25 and 60 ccjits. IUborved tent* on
7? halo?t Mol.nrt; Houm? Pharmacy. w&i
i Hon. C. A. Boutelle,
'l' OK MAINE,
^ Wilt njK.'Ak fur tliu
Cause of Protection
AT TUB
WHEELING OPERA HOUSE,
'! Monday Evening, Oct. 29.
Mr. lkmtcllo In an eloquent man, and YOU
at ought to hear hi* speech.
62 .h-,-7 I.ADIKS 1KVITKT),
3 FOR RUGS,
le. J
I nnnnHlla IV^l X'iXO
lillilirtf i igl'i fly unj u miv^j
'' llliicli, Grizzly and i'olar Bears,
Foxes aiu] many otlior Rugs at
l_ lower prices tlian ofi'ercd in many
years. Orders by mull, or information
desired, will receive speciul
and prompt attention. When
il customers arc known to the
?; house, or satisfactory references
}; arc furnished, goods will bo sent
on approval.
! 0. G.
GDNTHER'S SONS,
(ESTABLISHED A. V. 1S20.)
184 Fifth AYenue,
NEW YORK CITY.
t? OCC.I-MTBT
U NEW I NEW! NEW!
MUSIC BOOKJS.
, Song Harmony, acfi?
,, Full ?et of inwludious exerchca and eaav songs,
with explanation*, nud excellent collection of
socied an J secular music.
n! Song Manual, Hook I. (We.) For Primary Clawea.
Son# Manual, Hook II. (40c) For Medium riasfes.
Song Manual, Book Hi. (50c.) For llltflmr CIimmm.
A new act of traded School Sons Itookb, by L.
O. Eraemtti. Teachers will 11 ml them useful
and attractive.
Bells of Victory,3S
5 Tsnperance Song Book. 1W first rate nongs u*d
choruses. Send for specimen copy.
~ Dpflkfl in QnniJ (cloth 80cent*, ?l 80 <loj., 40
rraibO lu GUUg, board.. $1 JO do*.) h.
O. A E. U. Emerson. For I'toIms und Prayer
Meetings find Sunday School*. May bo safely
commended a* oue of the very best books of the
kind.
Classic Baritone and Bass Songs, ,?ro|.
Soup of rare boauty. ts songs by 27 different .
com dost*. all well knuwn and eminent. -
This Wongs ninoujr (be Clawlcul booki, of
!, which the others ?re: Sonic CliwslM, Song UUnIcm
for IjOw Voices, ClnsMo Tenor Songs,
l'mn? Clonics, Classical PiauUt, cach 41 00.
[j MA1J.KI) ron UKTAlt. rnics.
? OLIVER DITSOS S CO., Boston.
C. II. Ditson & CO., 667 Broadway, Now York.
<>H MTlUW .
[BEST FITTING CORSET,',TtWORLDT
FORSAIE BY LEADING MEBCHAMS. B
MAYER, STROUSE & CO. \
The Toy the Child Likes Best "j
-18 TUB? J
??> "ANCttOR" 1
fa Suing Sk&
i Hool 8:cao. TLrco Colon.
** ACl.tTKl?r?3lsxTf.>rclilM- 1
ai H-* oVnr^fjJr^na "f *" r-ccn- >,?r $ l-7.\ or
t'C^Clr<'^iVX.* ?irj nPooJ ?Tnn?swbox. F
5J=^cr~CjE*7T^2L?K<. lVM-rlptira Cntalonio ront fr
iy tj?o? pout-fro* on oj'pllcatlou to ri
F. Ad. Biohtor & Co., ' ?
310 BROADWAY, MEW YORK*
nolo-mvMw
QAS GLOBES,
Gas Shades and Gas Chimneys. =
All kiod* at nil pricca. ~
EWING BROS.,
oc27 1?lf> Market St.. npp. McLnro Home.
ITITQ STQPPJED^LREE
11 v$aKSws88s& r
BSn NERVE RESTORER V
Wmrnfor all l!a*l* * Nr*r? (Hit mtv
Biwt far Strt* Afrc ion. Flit. riAUit, tie.
lurAIUHl* If Ukrn l? illrvPiH. ,\n Fill afltT
/Irvf Hat i " ? T?? !! ami I.' irtal bout* fr?? to
rii K>Aiifitii. ik#r Mvlac ?ii r*ucturtM go but **hrn
i r*r?t?v4. ii?rur?. r. O ! rlpffH JdrtM *f
ffilrita in PK. KI.INK I'll A'rh ft, HilladflPkU. P?.
8- Ur?w<?;?. BLITaRR OKIJtlTJTtSU FRAUDS.
DRINK =
MALTO
Ceo. E. Stlfel & Co.
GEO.E.STIFEL
&c GO.
Underwear!
Wa have given special atten:ion
to this department this
season, and now have on hand
:ompiete lines of
Gentlemen's Ladles' 4 Children's
Underwear!
In Balbrlggan, White, Ribbed and
Merino, Scarlet, (Cochineal dyed),
Camel's Hair aud Australian Wool.
?ALSO?
DR. JAEGER'S
f!EI7EHRATEll
Sanitary Underwear!
Which has been Reduced 25
per cent from the regular
price.
LARGE STOCK OF
BLANKETS!
White and Scarlet.
Comfortables
AT ALL 1'IiICES.
Geo.E.Stifel&Co.,
1114 MAIN ST.
orH
Stationery.
Wo have reccntlr replenished our stock of
these first-clan goods, and glveu guuratitcc with
every Knllc auu every 1'nfr of hefaors sold.
Stanton & Davenport,
No. 1301 MARKET 8THEET.
Q(T27
Blank Books and Stationer;!
Day Books,
Ledgers,
Journals, &c.,
PEN'S, INKS AND PENCILS,
WALL PAPER and BOKDEBS,
Baby Carriages,
STANDARD BUNTING FLAGS.
Largest slock and greatest variety In tho State.
Bold rotall at wholesale prices, by
JOSEPH GRAVES,
M*.'| ar. TWELFTH STUKI.T.
jgASE BALLS,
Bats, Ms, Gloves and Belts,
Croquet and Hammocks.
Books, Magazliie<i and Papers.
C. II. QUIMBY,
Hooxfioucr ami Newsdealer,
Boots and Shoes.
Boots and Shoes
FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR,
f Good Cfttallty, .Durable nn<l Reliable, Good
stylus ami low prices.
Call ami buy ami wive money. All goods warnoted.
Heel Mates put on Rubber Shoes Fnr.K,
'hlch will Rive thi'm double tho wear than
illiout them, at
A. G. WINCHER'S,
(Rooms' Block,)
rc22 tt91 Mnln Cfront.
Jewelry, Watches,&c.
Utention, Sportsmen !
OUR STOCK or FINK
Breach Loading Guns,
or Fall Trade, in now complete. Wo have Guru
tmittto 915 each, nprcKcatlUR nearly every (
liable maker known. Onr price* are guaran- .
cl an low a* any Iioumj in the country. Call
id acts ua or writo for price*.
I. G. DILLON & CO..
Jeweler*, 1?51 Market 8trcct. I
Via nro A cent* for Cb&mbcrlln & Pctcra' Cartilgo
Co/? Kmdcij niiellw. wc'JU
Dentistry.
O^ajTrEI^ DO L L ARS~
?($10.00)?
FOR A GOOD SET OF
JU1V1 TEETH,
?ii? r
McCORMICK'S,
-1050 Main street. d
JONEY "
TO LOAN
Fir*t Mortcigjc Sccuritj on Ohio Real E*Ule.
am one to are years.
R. T. HOWELL,
Imuranco and Real Katato Agent.
jrSO Bridgeport, Ohio.
Ceo. R. Taylor 4 Co.?Reduction of Prices.
GREAT REDUCTION
PRICES!
Geo. R. Taylor & Co.'s
DRESS GOODS
DEPARTMENT.
All Marked Down. Astonishingly Low Prices.
DTWD ITT Wft AT ODD ADO
TING nliL*IIUUL OCAUCiO,
*40 inches wide, down to 48c. worth 60 cts.
CmTTT DTHDD ST T WAAT 017DfiD0
DULL rillJuli ALL-UUUL OliftUEiD,
40 inches wide, down to 65c, worth 80 cts.
FINEST ALL-WOOL SERGES MADE,
48 Inches wide, down to 88c, worth $1.00.
ALL-WOOL ALIAS,
39 inches wide, down to 72c, worth 85 cts.
FINEST ALL-WOOL ALIAS IADE,
a r\ i : _i _ j mi r\er (M OCT
incnes wiuu, uown tu Trum
Henrietta Cloths and Drap d' Ete,
FINEST QUALITY,
46 inches wide, down to $1.05 from $1.25.
Broadcloths, all colors, 88cts, from $1.00.
Broadcloths, all colors, $1.05, from $1.25.
Broadcloths, all colors, $1.48, from $1.75.
Broadcloths, all colors, $1.65, from $1,90.
Broadcloths, all colors, $2,20, from $2.50.
tjsS^We invite all interested to call
and see the bargains we offer in this
and other departments.
This change of prices dates from
this morning, October 22.
GEO. R. TAYLOR & CO.
HouS'3 & Herrmann's Cash and Credit House.
..ttti i w ersmn /m AH
"Wiiat uo iiiey say.'
Have they asked them?your neighbors? Good plan.
It profitcth one much sometimes to know what the neighbors
think. In Washington?where one of our large stores has
done, and continues to do, a stunning business?we get a deal
of trade from the neighbors "say-so." It's the best advertising
in the world. Same here. You've some neighbor
who's had a chamber set, or a parlor suit, or a stove, or some
carpets, or something of us, and we haven't been here very
long, either. Ask them what they think of our credit system.
Ask them if everything we say isn't just so. Ask them how
they like buying ten dollars worth of goods for one dollar down
and fifty cents a week. Ask them and see what they say.
We are willing-.
HOUSE & HERRMANN'S
Cash and Credit Furniture and Carpel House,.
1300 Main Street,
WHEELING. W. VA.
C. Mendel & Co.?Furnlturo and Carpots.
THE NEW STYLES
A-bCJU I
Wc are pleased to announce lnrjjo arrival* of Now Goods, fresh from the manufacturers. Your
attention is Invited to a choice, complete and carefully selected assortment of the Newest and
most Charming Kflccts In
Parlor and Chamber Sails,
DINING-ROOM, HALL & LIBRARY-FURNITURE,
?Single Pieces Miscellaneous Furniture,?
?AMD?
CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTHS,
Rugs, Mats, &c., &c.
In erery Dejuulraent wo offer unparalleled Inducement* to buyer* In the way of IIJcl ciaa?
Good* r.f quality beyond nutation, and to th?>*e wo add unlimited variety In all new novcltlpaanrt
:he STRONG INDUCEMENT OF LOW PIUCES, by which wo shall demonstrate that the Cheapest
is well as tho Choicest stock is that of
G.MENDEL & CO.,
Furniture & Carpets
No. 1124 MAIN STREET.
^^Undertaking a Specialty. ,
Sewing Machines?Edw. L. Rose & Co.
We Are jFSLectd\rsr~1
ro Save You From $15 to $25.,
WoarcnelllngSewingMachine*atjrrcatly rctlneed prlccn. w? employ no OJ -.va?aen; by
?allnjc direct with tu you aavc the ugont'a couimlwlon, and accuro the very beat bewtug Machinca lade.
Wo handle thu i
Standard, White, Howe, New Home and Automata.
We will Kll on lime ?nii la? llwblnu, ?nd will Site Ubeml Almost! tot prompt ptr- .
S18!?"?Jra5iSi^Allkta*M.ebl*c,r^lnxl./ 1
EDWARD L. ROSE & CO., 65 Twelfth Street, Ming, V. ?a.,
ocU Where Wo Have Been for Twelve Yeara. / 1
J. S. Rhodes & Co.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
*
NEW FALL AND SINTER
Dress
Goods.
NEW WOOL HENRIETTAS,
la the correct tbades for tho scuoti.
Hew Broadcloths.
Hew Wool Plaids and Stripes,
FOR COMBINATION SUITS.
BARGAINS IN
HOSIERY
Schoppor's Boat Fast Black
Ladies' Hoso
25 CENTS,
Worth 40 Cents.
J. S. RHODES & CO.
Political.
Red Fire
TIio Itod Fire Torches which I
manufacture avo not only guaranteed
to be tlio largest, best, aiid
give the brightest light. and to
burn 10 minutes, but in addition
110 danger Iroin spontaneous combustion.
When buying, always
specify BOOKING'S RED FIRE
TORCH. Orders receive prompt
Attention. Manufactured by
EDHI7ND F. BOOKING,
Wheeling, W. Va.
Price List mailed 011 application.
Og?
CampaignGoods
IfXi-A-G-S,
BANNERS
BURGEES
WITH CANDIDATES NAMES!
U. 8. FLAGS, Every Variety,
CHINESE LANTERNS,
CAMPAIGN TOUCHES, &c.,
?AT?
J. W. LOANE'S,
15 Ni Gay St,, Baltimore, Md.
. Send for Price List. ana-iaw
RED FIRE
Of best quality; full weight tubes, at clone
figure*.
R. H. LIST, Druggist,
Plumbing, Cas & Steam Fitting.
Geo. Hibberd & Son,
Bucccssora to Thompson A Hibberd,
PRACTICAL
Plombers, Gas & Steam Fitters,
BRASS FOUNDERS,
SPECIALTIES.?Natural Gu Supplies, Steam
Hoillug aud Vcntllntiou.
1314 Market Street,
WHEELING, W VA.
* *All work promptly done at moat rctnouible
prlccw. _ my-28
HARE & SON, *
fBACTICAL
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters,
No. 63 TWELFTH ST.
All work done promptly nt roiwuiahlo prlr<*.
Business Cards.
Kauri. Kjmdkri.y. c. G. Davis.
KIMBERLY& DAVIS,
I HucccMora to J. M. Clountoii,
D^alftrs in Grain Flnnr Fffirl Hav An
? -I I """I ? J1
' AI.no Commission Merchants far We?t Virginia
frnductlons, Co*I, Lumber. Wood, Ac.
, Goodb delivered freo to nil purls of the city.
P. L. KIMilHKLY, General Maunder.
OfQco And Warehouse,1023,1025 aud 1G.T South
street, corner to Market street. oca
JOSEPH A. AltKLK,
IT. S, Pension and Claim Attorney.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
Collector and Notary Public. Reut* Collected.
All business entrusted to my cnro will receive
prorupt attention. Call on or address
Jyai 4117 JACOll STREKT.
J^KDMAN 4 CO.,
General Machinists,
And Manufacturers of Marine and Stationary .
Engine* I
COB. ChATLWE & EIGHTEENTH Sti., O
WHEELING. W. VA. i:
?^??? *
China, Glass and Queensware. ?
^vbiopSSED\ " ?
a rise line or
Table Cutlery, Carvers, Sc., Sc. j
A)*o, no elegant luwortinent of Library and M
Stood Lamps, at rea?ouablu prices. ci
JOHN FRIEDEL, h
oc20 1U9 Main and 1120 Water tHrecu. v
??????^???? Kl
Photography. jt
{JAiilUJST IMUTUUKArila
Only $3 00 Per Dozen IS
UIUOINS' (JALLEliY, _
Kn. 47Twelfth HtWL
Musical oooas. ^
JORUMS FOR SALE CHEAP.
In order to reduce oOr stock we offor
iosewood 4 Hickle-Piated Tenor Drams,
with rodi or cord, at ipcclal price*. i
Wo aUo havo * largo itock of lliuui Drumi and an
rl/e*. W<
0019 F. W. IiAUMEK Jt CO. rat
Amusements.
OPERA HOUSED
ONE NIOUT ONLY.
Friday, November 2, 188$.
?SEE?
ON THE TRAIL;
OB,
Daniel Boone,
THE PIONEER!
BY Mil CHAIM.' s UAYLKli.
The plooc Is cliimmly mounted, an.l a rcm?t.
able ftroug cant of ebumctora 1ms k-. n *, .
from the inont prominent light* iu ihu j.rohv
"lun' 36 PEOPLE 36
To liu'rciuo tho force?>f thin strom: r ,
to?(lil realism totbu production. . ... V
p-nnjne Shawnee Jniliaj,*. hic!n,nu'MiuawN
and I'?p|nh>h>h, bavo iMftu-M
Six btnutlful Trained Hot>e? \i "...
New Scenery. Sunlltm Stnjrc Mln;.
Hand-to hand Knife Duel on Hut . i
lnir of Boone'* Lojr Cabin, Ac. " i,,lruOur
own moKuillcent tpeclal cur U u>, l
carry actncry, horn;*. nnltniN, Ac. 10
Admlwlon, 73 and &u?vnu. No extra ,
for reserved kcatx; ou naloatC. A. Houv . "
Store, sale to commence Wcdm>?lay, OctoUr
RacesTRaces!
CAI i n/irr-rin^
rrtLL IVIC.C 111\Li
ON T11K
New Fair Grounds,
WHEELING,
Wednesday & Thursday,
Oct. 31, and Nov. 1,1S88.
TWO RACES EACH DAY.
Fumes fur Etch Hw, S.l/i).
FIRST DAY?Fran fornl! Race.
GO A8 YOU
The following well known born , hare ken
entered:
Klnmimn, ExrelMnr, l'i. ! sjjp,
Juilgo l.yncli, lilm-k tlnrry, I,..
i!::w Til'JT?I'UUSi*. iJ 0. Iliuric:
Prank I'., Midnight. JloU,
Lady WiUon, Clifford, iMrllngion.
8KCONI) DAY?2"JI PAW -I'l'IUE - p.
KMIIC :
Judge Lynch, Mack Hurry, lu ll Shockctt,
ExcvUlor, 11 ticx- Silo, Kcitcr.
2:20 TROT?PURSE 5.W.
Uritudmothcr Uruce.
Knlrlett to cloao Monday, October irj, at 10 p.
in. fool* miM on thopmnndx.HU'l b! v : :-r.
Iiii A: UcUlulcy'H. .Ml ruce* k-? to rule*.
Kidu'Cd riitfn oti nil rullroHtlit urn I o mnboaU.
Admlhslon, .Vj cents. tirmid atund Irce.
iutit'H eaueu promptly ai|>. in.
I)o not fail to ntUnd.
For entries caII on or address
A. A. FRANZHEIM,Scc'y.
This ii the lust amusement of the >i - .jj jj
ought to be well patronized, as t c nmna^'ruKre
doing nil in their power to make u a mu > >.
(M'.'ti
Public Salo.
UBUO SALE 0F~MA1X STKKCT
ItKAb PBOl'KltTV.
By virtue of tho authority vested in tht-tnliyt
decree of the Circuit Court of Ohi ?eou.dy, entered
ou the itd day of April. A.It. iv.\ 1:1 the
mlt of Hobicaki H. Caldwell vs. Cur. lino M. Wilmiu
and others, the undersigned m. elulcowmUsloners,
will, ou
TUESDAY. OCTOHL'R P >.
bcglnniusjat 10o'clock u. in., kcII at j.t:i:ttinn,
nt the front door of the Court i" (
Ohio county, W. Va., the hd'oninu dwril-cd
real pr<>|H?riy situate lit wo city <>i n aiding in
Milil couuty, bullion poriloti of the real j i. ,.. riy
wbIfh was set apart to Annie K.?i-li io
bold in severalty lor and durinr; ibe term ol her
nuturul life for ber dower l>> uliti ammiinK to
the provision* of u decnc made 1> tin- mill
Coun ou the lUth day of N'otoinbur, iv.o, in the
Miitof Loull Kolls mill others VB..-'|il?le>ki I'.r?.ly
and others, tbul is to sny: (lie buffdlut,' lot nliio
(0) fronting twenty*hvo r.K!) feet n!oi.? the tu?t
sidoof Mulu street in the said cliy of v\ U'. lint,
lielttK one of the hub-divisions of "the Mlikr
Property." anowu oy the pint thereof, r? - ?.rtU<l
In iieed Hook numbered page in:,in tlieofliiis
of the Clerk of the County < ohm oi cab I county.
Tkiimm ok 8alr?One-third of tin- pureinuo
money, or do much more na die punlu.Mr may
clect, cash on the day of mile, alio (tic residue tn
two equal installment* payable in one ami two
years respectively from the day nf Nile, with lutrrest
from that day. To secure the deferred Installments
of the purchase un?iicy tin- s M *
spcclal commissioners will Uike fi?un the purchaser
IiIn note wilh good security jmyable t.i
their order, ami the title will be relume-1 until
the notes shall be pul<l. Hut if the purcluuer
pay one-half or more of thupureham. mono in
tush, his notes without |H r>oual security will i.o
taken for the deferred Installments, i< any. The
purchaser will have the prlvllw, nt sny time
before the expiration of the sab! two year* from
the day of sale, of paying the whole amount remaining
unpaid of the purclui-e money with iu
tcrwt t(? the (lay ol liayiucnt.auu tuiuaihi nugo
his liability. , ,
DAN 1Kb I.AMII,
IIKNKY M. Kl'S.SKI.1.,
Hl'?rlnl Comuilwlonett.
I certify that the above nimiol commlh.-Nnicn
have Klvoti bond with security u* rnjulnd by
the docrco under which the) are ui-tiuj;.
WllEEMNO, W. VA.. Oft. I. b >
qcTi JOHN W. Ml 1' 11 KM.. flrrl.
PUBLIC SALE
?of?
.....1 I. JCK I .?4u nttil Piiwi.lu
A ITU ituiliuiu uilil I iiij iiuMiiiminikvw
in and adjoining; tlic C'ily
of WliecIIu?.
Byvlrtuool the authority of a ileave nf the
Circuit Court of Ohio county enterui on tla : <l
day of April, A. J>. 1k*x, in the suit of .?o!>Ic?kl
11. Caldwell vh. Cnrol I tie M. Wilson ami otners,
the undersigned cpcclal eotnmisMotim will, ou
WEDNESDAY. OCTOUEIl 31. Isv,
bcRinniiiKat ten o'clock a. m.. nil n( public
miction ut the (rout door of the Court House of
Ohio county, \V Vh.. the follow tu-n ilocd
real property. situate iu and udjolttui:: thirdly
of Wheeling, in Mild county, beitiK a portion i.f
the real property which was set t.iwtt to Annie
E. Caldwell, to be held in severult) for and dur?
Itifc the term nf her natural lite, lot In r dowt r,
by and according to the f.rovMom oi a dime
inade by the wild Court, on the li'th tluy of .November.
1870, in the suit of Louis KelU and other*
vh. bobieski Ilrady and others, and which ii
now described with special rcfciciue to a put
hereinafter referred to, arid is m thru- lot
Lot Numiirkbo oxb? Ifeinitalloi opum- .nil
of square vd, all of siuaru all ?i -1 ;mh(except
llileand Wolff?ground), all of |?i vision
1). (except Strobcl, Hunger, Icoldnson, Kline
HUd liowman'Hground), all of Division A.aliif
Division II, (except lots No. and 7;. A j-.-trtlCUlardesciiption,
by melon and bounds, may
be found in the wild dcciee of April J . iLot
KlfMBKliKb Two?being all of DlvMon 0,
(except Iota0ami 7), all of Ulvision J, i \iept
lota 8, 1>. 10, lt?, :tt and J)/, all ?l Division K,
(except loU'Ji, -7.28 and A paMiriiii.r
Hcription, by metes aud bounds, may he fouuu
iu wild decree of April isj, lw,
lx>T NOMttKMKnTllltKK-UclUK all of I?i\: ion
L, (except lots 1, - and A particular <! .*icription,
by metes and bound*, niuy be found
In said decree of April ij. Imns.
This land has been nub divided by the mi Id < -'inmiMloners
into jmrcels of cotivctiii'iit / .mid
lomo new streets and alleys have i?'on In
[hrouKh the Mild property, it i- provided in tt.e
lecrce that the said streets and iiII?'..k I. i nnalii
open and public f>>r the bcnelii oi tin j ;r
A plut showing the eutlru |?r- i rty
ire pa red, on whlcb inajr ho teen t '
llvliloiM, itrecU and alley*.U l1
irhlcb bavo not been huIhIItWcJ ? > 1;
wramlMolonerH. 1'bU plat umy l?*
uncoof the Clerk of tfie c.?uiiiy '
lounty, where it will ?>c* ? t?? i ' " 1 "
Ion until ami including tnednyol .
>lat the exterior llnca ol the p"*^">
ire nbaded red, w? iu? to be rtadfly
'1 he wtlo will Imj begun. a* nforcu. l J
lit of October. 1MW, and if n?.t 1
hat day, will bo continued from ?iaj i . '
II all the property iball I
TKKMH OK HAI.K?The term-1 '
ball bo one-third of the pun-haM
nnnlt ttl?r,i ?k I hit l.llfrllMM f If 1 1
in the day of aalc, and the ruM't'' i >
natalluienta, payable In one nn<i i
pcctively Iroui the <l?y of>nle.
rom that dny. To aceure the < .<: .
icntaol the purchase xnoui y, ?
ra will take from the purrlui"t ' 1 , ;
ood aecurlty, payable to tlj-lr 1 H
[tie will lx> routined until the / ; ,
v paid. Hut if any pun-hiuer p.?> .
all or more of the purchase itioi.-; .
roDcrty bought by him, hi- ""
>naUurety. will be taken n?r w.?
ailment*. if any. tin* t tie 11 H
iirlty until jml?l In full. An) i H
iitctheprivilege, at.my
[ration of the two :
ile, of paying the whole am"
Dpald oi hl> purchMe
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I ccrtlfy that thc?lwvc ma ! ,
Professional Cards.
1 "W. ATKINSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, I
CMneral Iiumrance KgtuU
WCollcctlon, promptly ? ol
co Boiii'ltcl In whoeflniii ? 1 ??i
at Virginia. CM pl? Iwumaw ? ?
m ana In be?l cojnptulo..

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