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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, May 05, 1896, Image 3

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caught them up.
[i The Grand Jury of the Criminal
Court Yesterday
| DID A VERY GOOD DAY'S WORK.
'! Brtngtug tn4l0 Indictment*, 34H afThtm
i Bflaf Agtliul Saloou Keeperew.ioTook
Out Ui? tthort LImiiu of 9iu0-Tii? Km5;
bltm G?t It Agttu Itor Renting llonm
for Immoral PBrpom-Urgwt Present*
mrtU Krcr Hade?Other Court Slattern
of Interest.
mi ??
The grand Jury of the criminal court
was called yesterday morning In the
$ criminal court and Judge Hugus, aa
(required by law. called their attention to
? V the Infractions of law they were bound
I-; to consider, whether presented to them
: by the prosecuting: Attorney, or of their
own knowledge. The Jury was composed
of the following gentlemen: W. B.
J 81rapaon. foreman, William Smith. D.
M. Thornburg. Jamea O. Frazler, John
J V. Gavin. H. F. Behrens. It B. Battelle.
? L. A. Lallance, B. Gartner, Peter Erb.
W. A. Wilson. Joseph Speidel, John
Waterhouw. W. S. Foose. N. W. B*ck.
? and John Troy.
An evening paper In a sensational artide
In regard to Juris* Hugus* charge,
sought to leave the Impression that the
Judge had some ulterior motive In
0 charging the Jury In reference to the
K) conduct of primary elections. The paper
*11. was wrong in all of Its intimations. The
[t; Judge Is specifically required to do this
a by the statutes. It was no unusual
occurence at all. hut for the sake of a
aensarton the Incident was tortured Into
jjfr a shape to suit the paper referred to.
As Intlm&isd exclusively In the IntelI:;
llgemer yesterday morning. those sail'
loon-keener? who have been selling on
>; the $100 license on 1 dispensing whisky
i.v in violation of the law, were rounded
up In gteat shape, twenty-eight of them
ky being returned to court with counts
fe'.' ranging from one to seventeen, but the
ck larger number being thirteen each. It
^ was understood that the grand Jury returned
the thirteen counts in the maF
Jorlty of cases so a? tn cover th** amount
of license lost to the state. The minify
mum flne! 13 HO and the maximum $20
| ... and costs. The* maximum flne will
p- cover into the ftate treasury the 5250
P. for the past year that it ought to have
fe received.
Ra The following saloon-keepers were reK':
turned .13 selling whisky and other
^ drinks of like nature on the 1100 state
p license, each getting thirteen indictsl
ments:
!lsaac Bogard. Mary Klleves. J. P.
O'Malley. Prank Alb'.nger. Charles
Obcrrr.an. William Fette. Michael
Steir, Charles Selhrt. Patrick J. Gav '
in, B. F. StUb3, James Stornagle. Emll
L\ Junklnckel. Uinklemun Bros.. John C.
; Flshop. Dorothy Bnnch. Harry Knoke,
T. F. Forter. Henry Shodder. Joseph
! Marshall. Fred. Knott. Merige & Howley.
Ed. Miller. Joseph Michael, James
Scrojglrs. Lewis Berker.
Ef John Steward got on" indlctm??ntr
"William Knokc fourteen. George Grubb
fifteen. Ebrrhard Hoffreuter. seventeen.
[?-: There tvere ten true bills returned
p against Elizabeth and W. T Emhlen for
jfc'v renting houses for Immoral purpose*.
Indictments for felonies were returned
P:, *tnln*t Edward Zane. John Rice and
Igi Edward Payne.
The misdemeanor list Is rather a eon'V
glomerated one and includes the women
. who preside over house* of Immorality
as well as thoe?* who. technically, wre
& "found loitering" in such resorts. The
?. list i? ss follow*: John Mitchell. John
Lowell. Hairy Jones. Grace Early. John
s. Henry. John Schell, J. C. Hancock.
Curtis H. Hensnn. Maud King. Jennie
J& Williams. Blanch* Mot grove, Clara
y Brown. Charles McCammon. J. A.
Weaver. J. H. McBride. J W. Jones. c.
fe Lee, May White. Flossie Spring. Kitty
E Wilson. Jessie Woods. Ella Miller. Nellie
? White. May Doe. Georgia Frank. Maud
?' Smith. Ida Headley.Lucy Belmont. Kit?;
ty Lee. George Watson. George Fisher.
V. Jam*s Tarker. Pavld Schwertfeger.
5 v Jessie Montlcello and Stella Woody.
There were only fifteen indictments
gy returned as not true bills. They were
6 Bessie Ladrue. Mngcie Conroy. and
'v twelve agalnrt John Segward.
j->"" It was 7:3) o'cl??ek before all the In
t QlCimoma wcrr rmu m mc i -.n
itv' the grand Jury dine ha rued with the
f, thanks of Judse HugiflB; Th*? court then
? took a recess until Wednesday mornB?*
ta*?>,'
Mr. Thomas Howlry called at the In*
f; telllgencer offir.. ',ast nl-.ht and stated
y that he harl not b~en a member of the
| firm of Menge & Howley. Indicted by
the grand Jury yesterday, for over a
year, and consequently claimed that so
r. far as th* finding of the jtranrt Jury was
L concerned, he was not liable for any of
hj[ the conacquenres.
?' 111 fh* Clrrnlt Conrt.
T Before Judge Rqull In the circuit court
yesterday Mr. Nelson C. Hubbard was
r. admitted to practice law on the motion
of Mr. J. J. rnnlfr
i" In the case of Melville p Post va.^W.
. M. Carr. the mandate Of the supreme
court, sustaining the Judgment of the
ra lower court, whs entered.
k. In the cane of C. P. Whltham, guarK
dlan. vp I*aura May Smith, and others,
$ the petition to une a portion of the Inp>
fant's property, was granted.
Wo ma n Attorney Ailmlllnl to the tlar.
E Yesterday Mrs. Agnes J. Morrison apt;
peared before Judge John A. Cajnphell.
Bank
J President Imuic Lewi* of Sabinn, Ohio,
If* highly respected nil through that
sectiou. He has lived in Clinton Co.
76 years, onrl has hern president of
the Subina Bank 20 year*. He gladly
testifies to the merit of Hood's ?ar*al
" pirilla, and what he says ia worthy
I; attention. All brain worker* find
^ Hood's Sarsnparilla |>cctilinrly adapted
to their needs. It makes pure, rich,
red blood, and from this comes nerve,
mental, bodily and digestive strength.
"I am glad to say that Hood's Haraapat
Villa la a very good medicine, especially
i aa a blood purifier. It has done me good
many times. For aeveral years I suffered
greatly with pains of
Al | _
neuralgia
in one eye and about my temple*, es|
peclally at night when I had been having
a hard day of phynlml and mental labor.
Itook many remedlea, hut found help only
In Hood's flaraaparllla which cured me of
rheumatism, neuralgia and headache.
Hood'* Berwipar Ilia ha* proved Iteelf a true
friend. I also take Hood'a Pills to keep
my bowela regular, and like the ptllii
very much." Isaac Lkwib, Bahlna, Ohio.
Hood's
Sarsaparilla
;4 lathe One True Blood Purlfler. All drugcl?t?. ft.
Prepared only by C. I. flood ft Co.. Lowoll. Maas.
14-_ j?_ 1121f,roTt? "IDrient and
tlOOa 5 FlIlS aaiyUnOecL ?c?nu,
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JAMES W. AL
In the circuit court, and. on the motion
of Mr. Guy R. C. Allen. tvas admitted to
practice in the courts of the county.
Mrs. Morrison Is the first woman ever
admitted to the Ohio county hnr. and
there Is no doubt but that she will prove
to be a shining ornament to h"r s?-x.
Mrs. Morrison graduated from the law
school of the West Virginia t'nlyerslty.
last June, with high honors. being the
first lady to 'complete the course In that
school. She was admitted t'o: practice
law in the state by Judge J. M. Hagans.
at Morgantown. She is a lady of broad
culture, and Is sure to make her mark
In her chosen profesilon.
Aniiliint Drpntf Clrrk.
Yesterday Mr. A. J. Wilson, who has
been conn??et<?d with the clrrult court
clerk's office, was appointed deputy
clerk of the criminal court, by Judge
Hugus. Mr. Wilson has been an accommodating
and faithful official, and will
be a valuable addition to the force of
the criminal court.
PrUotier Dlnrhargrri.
Thomas Oross was discharged from
custody yesterday by Judge Hugus on
account of his Inability to pay hla fine.
H? woa aent up for petit larceny.
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TKSTERDAYH ^EPARTURES.
Clarlngton. ...JEWEL 2;I0 p. w
Park#?mlmrg...REN HtlR. * p. m.
BO ATM LEA VINO TO-DAf.
Cincinnati.. ..KETSTONE STATE, I a. m.
Pittsburgh...HUDSON. * a. m.
Parkprnbunr. LI HERTY. 11 * m.
Ma t a moras.. LEX! NHTON, 11 a. ra.
Clarlngton....JEWEL. 3:20 p. m
IIOATS LEA VINO TO-MORROW.
Charleston... RUTH. ?:?> a. m.
Plttwburgh...HEN HIJR, * a. m.
Clarlngton ..JEWEL, 9:30 p. m.
Along tlii> V?aiiiIIiik.
The mark* nt tho public landing nt ? )
p. m. showed 8 feet nnd atatlonnry. Wca- |
ther cl*nr and warm.
Thin mornlng'a Cincinnati pocket la
th?* popular Keystone State. She has
big rngagementn nil along the river.
Tho J. C. Msher, a Pittsburgh tow
boat. broke her nhaft below Parkernburg.
Yenterdoy nh<* paaned up In tow
of the R. P. Wood, for Pittsburgh,
where nhe will be repaired.
Captain Crocknrd. of the Wheeling
wharfboat.dld not g?-t an opportunity to
nop Captain K<*rr, of thf Virginia, on
her Innt trip up, nn tho boat panned
V.'hoellnif at la. m. Cnplaln rrorkard
han therefore written Captain K?*rr, rcquofiiinv
him to mini* the necond day
rh'- Virginia wlli arrive th^re, If nh?? Intend*
to mak#? two trips a woek to Cln
' t?l??I. Ok.Anlr.ln.TAld.
ftiAnh.
Tho pnrKot Islington mado ft flying
trip down to ParkerNhurg on Hnndny,
wlwre *ho wont on the dry dockfl nnd
had a now atom-hand put In place. 8he
Injured the old one In tli?* accident nt
th" public landing hei*? Inst winter during
n run of |c<\ Coming up tho river
Sunday evening the l<exlngton did Homo
fnwt running, hot average time from
I'arkorahurg t? Matnmora* being eight
nnd one hftlf mile* per hour.
filter Trlrgrnm*.
r;rtKBNHBOIto-Rlv?T * foot 7 Inched
ami falllnc rii?nr nnd warmer.
WARRBN -River I foot 1 inohca and
atatlonary- Cleiir anrl plcayant.
MoROANTOWN Rlver * iV??t ? inchon
and foiling. Clear and pleaaant.
PITTflRlfROH?River 7.7 foot ami
tatlonory. Weather, clear and warm. I
BTEUBENVILLE?River 9 feet 8
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>24,012
OVER
FORTY
MILLION
DOLLARS
Surplus is back
ees in the new G
V^alue Policy of
Vlany important ne
leges and guaran
:hem embodied in
guaranteed by a
surplus of
Energetic men of ability ai
egotiate regarding agency posi
ITABLE LIFE
OF THE UNIT
120 BROADWA
EXANDER, Vice-President.
THOS. S. SWEE
I IIIU1C3 niikl liUlliiK* v-icai auu na< iik
Down?Ben Htir. Keystone Stale.
PARICKRSBrRO?River R feet 7
Inches and falling. Clear and warm.
t*|>? Hudson. Adelle. Down?Lexlnston.
D. B. Wood. Due down?Ben Hur. Little
Kanawha falling.
FIKAlfCE OOMMITTKE
Ncalii IV>wii Ou* linn. iiikI >lnkr? Xoinr
SucKrilloim fur Iiirrrn?pnf ICrvrnnr.
The council committee on flnnnce met
last evening and held another seance
over the appropriations* to be made to
the various city departments for the ensuing
year. .'he only item tint was
scaled since the last meeting was that
I of the contingent fund, which was chipped
off 9l,oon worth .But the committee
still found themselves *4,400 In the hole.
A resolution was adopted recommending
to council that the assessors
I be required t<? assess the property of the
| telephone and telegraph companies In
[ the city. By this means the committee
I hopes to get u fair addltonal revenue.
It was also the s?n?k* of the committee
that all vehicles should be taxed.
In the Informal discussion that followed
the virtual adjournment of the
committee a projv>*Jtlon was considered
to Impose a license on all breweries doing
business In the city. It was stated
ttyit the home concerns were perfectly
willing to stand the tax. If a Wheeling
brewery extends its trade into Ohio it
Is required to pay the regular whole
; nalo license. but foreign breweries can
coni" Into thin stnte without paying
[ such license. It in fair treatment to nil.
and In the line of protection to home In|
dustries. The committee Anally adjourned
to meet again on Thursday
j evening.
M0UJTO8VILLE
I A .MUrr]|*iiron? MrUnffr of Minor M?l*
frr* frontMaralmlI'm Metropolis.
j Tho lioiml of education will moot tomorrow
evening In regular monthly sesi
slon. Th? teachers for the next year will
he appointed. Up to this time thorp hove
born about twenty-live appllwttlons received.
Another important matter to
come before the board will bo the adoption
of an order amhoi-lKlur; the holding
of an elfclIon ofr the* Issuance or $A,C0O additional
bonds for tin- purpose of havigg
MifTlclcnt fund* to comploto and furnish
the new huldling, which l* now In progre*n
of erection. It In bellnvcd the order
will he rati flefl by tho voter* without opposition.
The Kpworth league will hold a huiil11*11#
mertlng on Thursday evening.
Among other matters to come before the
chapter will l?n the selection of delegate^
to the district convention to ho held at
Catyeron on the 1Mb and 29th of tills
month.
Kiln worth JoJien. for many years a resident
of MoundHvllle, riled on Sunday night
of brain fever.
TIIII I ITRT M"*" ,n C"??"*<tes
"HI lialieji nre surpassingly handsome.
Combinations in Chltfon, Honlton.
Linen, Lace. ?-tc.
OBt>. M. SNOOK St CO.
After Hoose Cleaning...
Ton will need a good CLOCK to help
brighten tho PARI-Oll. Wo have In
I I. lurff.i nmuirlmuut at Very low
i prints.
l>rhnp* you are nhort oniHPOONH,
KNIVKB or I'OKKN WcVrh help
I you out. Our HTCX.'K In Iiirif Wo
ran ? !! you loi.il <j> t^lvrr Kulvun
and Fork" at l'rlcwi that It would ho
'hi'ji prr tn uno thni) Htpt-I Kill von and
KorK* you are continually Ncuurlng to
hoop hriithl.
To Htlniulato trade during thn dull
month < of thn year, \v* ulll well our
good* nt arontlj' rodurrd prior*.
Wc :irr rn?w rooolvltl* ?omo nlOfl
lU.Ul.Hi; HKTS and lU^I'TH. They
will l??* In pront dotyum! thin neuron.
Havo tn?noy und trado with u llouna
that buyN wood* for Cash.
JOHN BECKER & CO.,
JEWELERS AMD OPTICIANS,
8827 JACOB STREET.
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of the Guaran:uaranteed
Cash
the Equitable.
:w features, privtees,
and all of
the policy and
Society with a
OVER
FORTY
MILLION
DOLLARS
I
id character are invited to
tions with the undersigned.
ASSURANCE
ED STATES.
Y, NEW YORK.
HENRY B. HYC
NEY, Manager,
1221 MARKET STREET, W
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Lounges. Full size
ONLY $10
FOR 50 CENT
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HEELING, W. VA.
-P. MENDEL A C0.~~
ARTICLE
all or Porch.
Can be Used as a Stool, Taboret
or Palm Stand.
$1.60.
ifi Inches High, IB-Inch Top!
Substantially Made. Heavy
Brass Feet. Finished in Oak,
Mahogany, Ebony and Green.
EL&CO.
HANDLEY & FOSTER.
)un(jes!
in get one of our
i,50?nl-y
S PER WEEK.
ft Tl i
ey?roster,
RKET STREET.
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ATLANTIC TEA COMPANY
y- ^
w.i m
Atlaftic Tea Co,
The season Iff-how on wh*n the
for Canned Fruit and Vegetable.,, Evapor.
ated and Dried'Fruitn Incrvn:< >., uv ;,r|
prepared to aapMy your warn* y 4 w,.
find our goudiH|nd prices both attmttivi,
We advertise jgjMy standard kowh.
A'
frt
PRICB LIST:
California Prunes, large, 7 tb.i ^
California Ev. Apricots. 3 lb.? ^
Standard Siigar Com. per can 4*
Fancy SugaSfCnrn, per can
Best Toinatoei, 4 cans
California Plums. 2 can*
Table Peaches, per can
Standard Peas, per can
Large bottle Ketsup. per bottle jr..
Star uanuhf t* aj, per in
Clothes Pina^.per dozen
Carpet Tackj, per box i
Atlantic Tea Co.
Wo L*ad? Lot Those Who Can Follow,
PROPOSALS.
ROPO8AL8 FOR CUTTING AND
8ETTING NEW CURB AN!' PP.K5S.
INC AND RESETTING UI.IMTRR.
Sealed props* Is will be r- v ! h( th?
office of the Hoard of l*u?.l: v, ?
the city of Wheeling until l
Saturday. May ! .* 1W. '.or ar.l
netting now curb and <lr.auJ
setting old curb during lis- j -..r
Sprcltlcatlauw-can be seen at t.v oSc?
ol th" l?oard.
The successful bidder will r*;u!rtd
to furnish bond in the sum of Five Hundred
tf5H0) Dollars, with surety to l* a;c
proved by the Itoard.
proposals to lw mnrk?*d 'Trojios.v* for
Cutting and Setting New Curb and Drawing
and Resetting Old Curb'
The board reserves the right to r?ject
any or all bids.
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
W. If. HORN IS II. Clerk. .
T^ROPOSAJ.rt FOR HAULING I RICH,
A SEWER, P.IPE AND CURBING.
Sealed prounsals will be n a: the
office of the Boanl of Public \V ork* of the
City 01 ?> QOCIIMK UHUI i. >. . .. ft ;,w3>
Saturday. AJny 3. 1S96, for lmullr.K l>rrk.
sewer pipe"A.tld curbing duriru; th* y-ar
IS96. The Waterliil to bo uriloafl*?d Iron
the can* and delivered nlon? the *tr?*n
and alloys wh?re the nam.- ar<- to h.- us^d.
Thn brick must be passed l>y han-i Irota
earn to vehicle*, and neatly and ?-ar^*u!Iy
piled on thi Sidewalks. The sower ;>:p?
to be laid aTohp th?* line? where tr?nch??
nr*? to l>e d'ujr. and the curhine -Hon* the
line# wher^-to be set. All materia! mu?t
be delivered, to the satisfaction the
board.
The successful bidder will I* r*qu:r<Mj
to unload the material from t .. ..
within hoTirs after the nam'' have t**n
placed on awtteh. He will be held ll&blt
for any breakage or damage dur.njj *.h?
tlm? the material I* in his clurp". He w::i
be required to furnish bond In the ?ura
of Five ILundred (S.W) Dollars, with
surety to l/fl approved by the boarl
nidH on bVIck must be p< r thousand, ar.4
curbing par lineal foot ami sewer p.p?
per ton.
Tho board reserves the rlcht to reject
any or all bids.
HOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
W. H. HORX18H. Clerk. *> :_
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
rj^RUSTEE'S SA LE.
Real Estate la Fifth and Eighth Itrli
of Wheelinj.
Tty virtue of a deed of trust r\-?'ir hjr
Sophia C. Tappe and her husband, d r.rr
Tappe. to me as trustee, dated Kei?r..irf
11th. 1ST3. and recorded in the orlic? 0'
?'fork nt the County Court of ?'h:e
West Virginia, in need ?>f Tri.st I?> K .?
"J. pan* 3. l-'WiU ?rll at tl,e nor:' troat
dcor of the dhurt houre of said county, oa
WEDNESDAY. MAV ?.Til. K4
commencing.'at V> o'clock a ir.. ' ; ''r;
eel? or" seal Estate situated in the CI
Wheeling, lit Ohio county. \V? ?' Virginia.
that arc described .1 rrn. .
First -A strip of Tmi'l O
feet wide off of theiiortti stdeo: r.
ninety-nine (W) in tho Fifth v.j.rd 01 sn<l
city, which Wit is on the northwest rrn; r
of .Niarket vtrcet and Twentv-tf:;rd strwt.
fronting twcaty-two <r.'? f<-et 1: w?t
sido of Market street. and extendtr.e t**m?
wardly of ifftfeunlform xvli?:; .-ah front
to an allfvnn'the rear of said lot. togoxher
with tli? Improvement!* theroon.
Second?>.\2f of the following doscritfd
lots situated in the Rlsfali v.,: : of 1
city, to-wit;~tots numbered cighty-on" ('!'
and elphty-two (F5) in 1-ngran. . >t
numbered.thfee <3? and part <d I?"?t
berrd four (4). in square nunrtvrrd forty*
nine ?!??.
T15KMS '1F.SALE?One-third nl the [ "'*
chase money, or so much r.:. 14 :V*
purchaser n\?y elect to pay, <-.tsh :n h.ir.i.
on the daVJm sale, and the r> sidste In two
equal inhiallmoms. pnyahle. iv>;..ctiv-...
in six months and twelve months from tht
day of sale, with Interest. tho pur h.i"'
giving his negotiable promt:--"!> ' *
tho deferred payments, with uotxi
ty. the leital title being rotai,i"d until all
of the purrimse money shall hav" N?:j
paid; or. If the purchaser so ebvt. the |?k?!
title may be convoyed, the tri.- : -o*
in* in the deed a lien for tho .icf*-rel
purchase money, or the purchaser
wii.e scouring the tame to tho satisfaction
or tho trustee.
..BENJAMIN 8. ALi.lS' N
_ap~-tu Tru.--.-fL_
q^tusTUErssALE.
By vlrtuo of a deed of trust mart* hf
Mary II. llonklnson and fSeorrr W Ho*
klnson, hor husband, to the iinder^ipneC
tmstce. dated the 31st day of January.
A. P. 1S91. and recorded In tho dork's o{*
flee of tho County Court of Marshall
County, Went Virginia. In deed of tru?.
book No. 10. pace* 103 ana uh. i ?
SATUHDAY. THE JTFI DAY UK MAV.
a. i>.
bcfilnnlntf'hf 10 o'clock ;t m . of Mid la"!
mentioned date, ui the premiM-: t<> l*
foil at puWlu auction to th#? hlfihr?t anJ
Iwl bidder'tho followlnR de.?cril>ed r.al
estate, tTiHI^Ix to say. l?ot nunilfr ninf*
tool! <l9);n? iilated by II. It. MoM.- hen n>
tho Town ot McAlocnen. In tIn- .-.unity of
Marshall. In tho state of West VlrRinu
Said lot fronts fifty feet on
a\? nuo and extendi* back one hundred ani
twenty-thrto (ia> fret at:d eleven
Inchon to a twelvo-foot alloy, and i* tM
mdjo property granted and conveyed w
tho xald Mary R Hosklnson by doe I duted
November <, l.vyo. and recorded tn > ":*
clerk's ufllro In deed book No. X f.'lio
The *ald'Iot number nineteen dl? ?'
sold subj.Tt to tho provision contalne.:
said deed *>f trust. that no unritmn
building or; out-houso l.s to be built ,,n
fcrtld lot within twenty <r?) foot of t.i*
street on which the wild lot front*
TKKM8Of 8AUE?One*thin! of the P "
chM.no money, or as much more a* th* p
chaser tuny elect. In cash, and tho halAticj
in jaual installments, payable In one an?
two year*,'respectively. irom m. ...... t
Blue. the pur?'IiMM r RivlrtK for e.ieh '
(l<<fcrrivt li^tnllmontH of tin- pur.!>.?<
money h!r> note, with roo?! perfonmi * ':
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be retained nt> securitv for the pnjment or
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tuent of wild notes to I?u not-ured by ?(?
of trust on tho property s?o!il
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