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E}/ Rejected communlcatlona will not be rejv turned unleaa accompanied by sufficient I . | (The INTELLIGENCER, embrapln* IU ^ several editions, la entered In the Post* i*'- office at Wheeling, W. Vau. at asoond-claaa H matter.) g.\ TKLsraoKx auasiss IfOtfttt Koomt Ms (uoom. 944 THE INTELLIGENCER. WHEELING, HOVKMBEB 1, MM. REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL TICKETS. T Firit District. i. BLACKBURN B. DOVENER. , ot Ohio County. Second Dlitrlct. ' r . ALSTON O. DAYTON. ^ at Bsrbeur County. k ' Third "tMatrlct, | ,WILLIAM S. EDWARDS, flf VanowhCL CountV. ; ' V Fourth District, ? * R H. FREER. of Rltchlo County. OHIO COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. For State Senator, NELSON E. WH1TAXER, ( of Ohio County. For House of Delegates, I U H. F. BEHRENS. b. w. connellV. HARRY W. McLURE. f_- ' RALPH MoCOY. t County Superintendent of Free Schools, GEORGE S. BIGGS. congressman doveneb's appointments. p . ! The following appointment* will be filled by Representative B. B. Dovener on the dates mentioned: p At Wheeling, Saturday, November 6, at v;w p. m. At Went IJbcrty, Saturday, November 8, at 1 :S0 p. m. At New Cumberland, Friday. November ! 4, at 1:90 p. m. At Alvy (Siringtown), Tjler county, November !, at 1:30 p. m. We Demand the Philippine!. The American commissioners having Q presented to the Spanlah peace envoy* the purjxee of the United States to lake the entire Philippine group, all speculations on thta phase of the American demands are at an end. It only remains for the Spanish commission to give a definite reply. It in not probable that this will be done without haggling and delay, aa in the case of the Cuban debt matter. **" ?III Va U Im lmn/<. WJ1KI cue UUIWIUC niU uc ?k to iui^w i Glble to say, but without a doubt, whatever the ultimate purpose of the United (Hates U, regarding the future control of the Philippine, whether it will permanently retain the entire group, or make an arrangement to dlspose of a portion to other countries, certain It la that Spanish sovereignty will cease. Ah to the Philippine debt, the view taken by the Intelligencer in another article In these columns, that this country will assume no debt contracted for war purposes, or in the suppression of the Insurrection in the Philippines, Is confirmed by the dispatches. The only debt that would possibly be aja-jmed would be one contracted for Internal Improvements of a permanent nature. The demand of the United States opens the most Interesting phas* of the peace negotiations, and will absorb the attention of two continents until a settlement la reached. The Degenerate Democracy* The appointment of "Coin" Harvey, as the "general manager'' uf the Democratic party for the campaign of 1900. (has excited a great de?2 of comment, not all of which is entirely flattering to the wisdom of the members of the uatlonal committee responsible for the appointment Sume of the papers, and not all of them are Republican Journals, are ridiculing the action as the climax of all the absurdities th.tt the national Democratic man a gome ui ita* be?*n guilty of. Harvey Is lo be chairman of the "ways and means committee" of the rational organization, much to the disgust of ?ome of the ablest members of the party, and Chairman Jones Is getting it right nnd left for his hand In the selection. The point against the author of "Coin" js that he docs not command the amount of respect of the country noceitkiry for one to All such a position. The Washington Post, which Is an Independent paper, and never Is partisan in the discussion of political matters, declares that It that the Democratic party, for which It has, as a general rule, the highest respect and admiration, 1s this year breaking its record for blunders and stupidities. * "Sot content," nays the Post, "with posing Itself nn the chief accuser ot the government'e conduct of the war with Hphln, and so as sinning ft ungracious and discreditable attitude, It mufft n<?w top off the . structure of its Inanity by netting up that preposterous person, 'Coin* Harvey, 09 the head and front, or, to be more expltclt.the 'general manager/ of the party for 1900." The Post admits that while Mr. Harvey may be un excellent and worthy citizen, he "docs not occupy n place in popular respect and confluence which warrants hla being assigned to the leadership of a party representing trix and a half millions of votes." This oxprease* the sentiment of a great many Democrats dirt they dare spf.uk out, and per9mp? th?' Post Isn't nxagserailnK much when It mya that "Coin" wo* amu*lng in 1836 with hi* smart little booklets, and serious peuplr smiled nt him much ?s they would have snilletl *t a kitten pUylcg with LU tall; but "Com" Harvey u a purveyor of general merrlmept,tnd "Coin" Harvey aa the vleible bead of the militant Democracy, are very different, not to say discordant, proposition*." When a treat party organisation, which seek* control of the (rest republic of the United States, a country whose influence Is broadening and wfeos* flag floats on both side* of the globe, a Nation that has taken Its place among the greatest powers on earth, selects, as its dominating spirit, a man totally void ot an impressive nersonalltv. it emohaaiiM ita degeneracy from the great nations organisation which has figured In the great events of the country'* history, to the party ot passing fad* and heresies and repudiations of time-honored principles. Our contemporary at the national capital expresses It more strongly van, when It remark* that when we look back to the splendid achievements of the party, as the party ot terlrtorlal expansion under JefTersoa, and It* accomplishments under Jackson, and then Consider It la the Jlght ot a retinue for , "Coin" Harvey, "the result of the survey Is, to say the least, disenchanting snd humiliating." . What a fall It Is, my countrymen! Again the Post h> worth quoting: "Our Democratic friend* are deeply enough Involved In error without this crowning blander. Their organs are busily engaged In disparaging the Nation to the outside world: In picturing the American people a? fools, or, the victim* of dishonest charlatan*; In describing the government as an ocwnpnuc in siccus spoliations, and Infamous and sordid cruelty. Surely, that is ajlnlne and mischievous enough, without making Itself ridiculous through the medium of 'Cola' Harvey. The Democracy should amend iit ttltudf and provide Itself with leaders and representatives calculated to appeal to the serious approval of the country." It was frequently predicted during the campaign of 1896 that the Democracy, so-called, after accepting the Chicago platform, had sealed Its fate and waa no e longer entitled to the place It once held In the estimation of the country; that It * had entered upon a career of degener- (l acy. It looks much as If the prophecy Is a being fulfilled. The Philippine Debt. The Philippine debt, which the com- ' I mlsaloners on the part of Spain will de- I I aire the United States to assume, Just as 1 they instated oil It assuming the Cuban debt, In the event of the cession of the I Philippine, was not all contracted, nor J was the money used tor publlo improve- a menu, and by no international law p could this country be compelled to as- d sume It. It Is, therefore, not at all nicely that our commissioners will deal tav- o orably with the Spanish demand. ti A published statement of theorlgin of k ttie debt show# that the loan was placed P mainly in Spain, and that It was used t! principally to pay the expense of the t: struggle with the Insurrectionists In the P Phlllplpnes, and a portion of it was used " in Cuba. The obligation being contract- t. ed to maintain Spanish rule mainly, the ti United States, except art voluntary act, tl ?~'J ??* *?? in dalilini? to the c I WUUIU 11UI UC juoxuvu ... J I Spanish demands, nor to it obliged to ti I even consider the matter.' The Philip- tl pine debt matter Is, therefore, on the I ' same plane, virtually, as that of Cuba, d and will doubtless be treated in the same n manner by the United States. A aitua- n | tlon might arise which would Induce the I American commissioner* to consider the P | Spanish proposition to the extent of o | compelling the commissioners of Spain a ' to prove by records that the loan was 11 used for public works, and other objects P outside of (he maintafnment of Spanish rule in the Orient. Since the loan was ^ only Issued last year, It is not beyond ^ the bounds of possibility that the money, or a portion of It, was used In the defence of Manila against the United * States forces. m P Snull Consolation. * The local Democratic organ nas iauna two prominent Gold bemocrats, one in p Maryland and one In New York, who r< are sorry they voted for Palmer and p Buckner, although they are "still op- J posed to free coinage of silver at the ratio of sixteen to one," and It Quotes ^ liberally from them, basing upon their expended sorrow the Idea that all the Gold Democrats feel likewise. There Is no comfort in the published extracts for p the silverltes, but it pleases the Register f. Just the same to publish them. The con- * notation which it finds in them it con- n celvos makes ample amends for the dls- j couragement found In the address of the 0 national committee of the Gold Demo- c crats, advising the National Democracy jj to stand by honest money this year Just c Cf it did in 1806. 0 The organ may And eomfoft in them Bi after noting the numerous Gold Demo- fl cratic speeches and letters which c\*en a go to the extent of urging sound money c Democrats to vote to sustain the sound H money administration, and to avoid the encouragement of the Bryan lies to renew the agitation of the Chicago heresy it in 1000, which would necessarily cause a revival of the disturbances which proved so depressing to business and crea .ed so much uncertainty with its attendant evils in 1896. These two "prominent leaders" in New Yoric and Maryland, p who "still believe In the gold stamUrd," 'are holding out little hope to th? silver- p Ites, in view of the overwhelming bal- n nnee on the side of standing firmly by i the Indianapolis platform. Suppressing the Truth. ? Speaking of Treasurer Kendall's biennial report, which Is Juat Issued, the a Register, Instead of showing wherein It does not mnk?? a good showing for the n management of t?io financen of the atale " by the present administration. Indulges b In an extonclvc ridicule of the volume. r It does not deal, In a single sentence, ? with the report and lis official figures. Evidently the Iteglster dor* not dare P present the report to lt? readers, but can only ridicule the printed volume and Us arrangement, which doe? not involve -the t accuracy of the report ltjelf. n The Register also goes out of its wny to ?afv that "Although the Intelligence j has been staling for s-;me time paw that 1this document wa* In tbe hands of the f public, it Ij? a fact that It Is not In the ^ hands <?f the public yet." The Int -II! ,'rencer nan iicen riikiiik hvkiiiik '/l mv nort. Some work* uffo nn nilvanco iuni* | mary of what the report would *how i ' . ' WHA CREAM OF It comcs from grap tfce process of wi extensively in F: Cream of tartar is brou country, where three-quarte is refined to the highest | Royal Baking Powder Coir This highly refined, product of the healthful g which a pure and healthfu made. More expensive, o: dvents frequently used, hut 1 healthfulness to the food in the baking powders that s meet a degraded price. The celebrated Royal highly refined, pure and i Its great qualities have i country in the world, and of all baking preparations b to-date housekeepers. 1 ras given out to the press, as la cusjmary in the matter ot official report*, nd was generally published throughout be state In papers of both parlies, 'robably this was mistaken by the Regiter for the full report, or else the Regrter seeks deliberately to misquote the ntelllgencer In the above statement. <he Register, though It pretends to be n Impartial newspaper, has not done lie state treasurer nor Its readers the iintlce to publish even this summary, ccording to its comment If it did so, it ublished just what the Intelligencer id. If our contemporary is In the business f giving the news about our state afaJrs, why doesn't it let its constituency now the condition of state finances? A artisan statement of figures taken from be state records, and manipulated for he purpose of misrepresenting facts, ending an election, is not what falrlinded readers, who are interested as uc payers, desire. They want the reasurer's official report of the condlion of the treasury, which Bhows that it ontains more than a million dollars, hat no debts or deficiencies exist, and iat, compared with previous reports by >emocratlc treasurers, the showing is ecldediy favorable to the present adlinistration. This they will not be perjltted to read In the Register until after lie election,. although they are tax-* ' ayers and want to know the condition f the treasury of their state, which they re taxed to support, as compared with :a condition when the last biennial reort was made. The Democratic papers down In the 'ourth district are harping on the fact hat Judge Freer has not resigned hie idgahlp since hia nomination for Conress in the face of the fact that both udge J. M. Jackson and Judge Hervey ursued the same course, when they -ere Democratic candidates; It is a Utla embarrassing to the Democratic apers to -be reminded of these facta of ecent history, but they keep on anapIng at Judge Freer. It takes an editor rith a hard conscience to carry out the ?emocratlc campaign plan of abuse, in eu of a discussion of legitimate issues his year, but they are all doing their est Judging from the manner in which the on erarbled extracts rom Senator EUdns* speech Id a dozen sparate editorial paragraphs, somebody lust -have felt Che force of his remarks. to speech could be delivered which ould cover more completely and more i>mprehenslvely every question of pubic Importance In connection with the ampalgn, and yet the Register says in ne paragraph that the senator Is "very hy of the Issues this year." This is the ret admission of the Rpgistcr that there re issues. Perhaps the Register will onsent to publish Mr. Ellclns' entire peech an J point out the shyners. Hallowe'en was dark and gloomy, but . was Hollowe'en Just the same. Tlt? Plillosopher Gate It np. A philosopher set out to teach the /orld to he happy, says the Criterion. Ie had not gone far when he met a oor workingmnn. "What do you neod to make tou liapyV* inquired the philosopher. "If 1 were rich." replied the workingwin, "and could ride In my own cartage, live in a line house and have scrants to do my bidding, If I could know hat my children would not know what /ant In when I am Rone, then 1 would e perfectly happy." Just ityen a rich man passed that way nd the philosopher turned to him. i? ..our lilnn nf Hnffiiflt hltnnl ess?" he risked. "To bo poor." answered the rich man. To dim my bread in the sweat of my row and be freed from all the cares and esponslbllltles that harass the man of wealth. That is my idea of true happiest." "Why do not yon two exchange laces?" nuked the philosopher. "T nm willing." said the poor'mnn. But the rich man was silent. And 4he philosopher returned to his ooks. "I cannot teach those who will lot learn," ho Bald. HIVB9 are a terrible torment to the ltt!?? folkn, an?t to w>m*? Hd^r ones. Joidly cured. Doan'n Olntniowt never allH. Tmrtant relief, permanent cure, it uny drug store. 50 cents. 4 OASTOniA. Bwn tot yl Ihs Kind Ydu llais Always BoacM T IS TARTAR? es and is yielded in J ine-making, most ranee and Italy. ght in a crude state to this rs of the entire importation grade in the works of the tpany. pure cream of tartar?the tape?is the material from i baking powder must be f course, than other ingre- !| >eing healthful itself it adds 1 stead of degrading it as do U ire degraded :n quality to > . Baking Powder is made of healthful cream of tartar. nade it famous in every it is the most appreciated >y all good coolts and upREFLECT10NS OF A BiCHBlOB. You never know what you don't wan till you have to have it. The least changeable thlnu In thi world is woman; the most cbaaereabli is & woman. Every healthy girl likes once In i while to hear a man Bay "Damn!" on der his breath. After a woman has cried once on i man's coat she thinks she has a right t< call him by his first name. The average woman does most of hei thinking berore she gets married anc most of her talking afterward,?Nev York Press. UupopnUrltjr of German Army* A soldier named Schelnbardt, of th< Fourth squadron of the Fifteenth uhlai regiment of the German army until re cently was charged with the duty o overseeing the kitchen of the regiment One evening not long ago he was sent t< vanatita lha aitnnlla* ?nil whll<% llfl Wni away the soldiers In charge, of the kitchen abused his confidence by maklnf a rancid, bitter dish for the table of th< superior officer. This was the com' mandant, Count Holberg-Wernigerode and when the dish was placed befori liim he was furious and laid the blam? on Scheinhardt. The latter replied tha he could not be responsible for a scrvlci he had ordered another to perform. Bui the count was too angry to be Just, anc he heaped the .vilest abuse on the under officer. "I do not edserve these epithets,' salt he, and at that the commandant gavt him a box on the ear. You see," said Scheinhardt to hi; colleagues, "the commandant has struct meJ" This enraged the commandant mori than ever, and he seized his sword am struck Schelnhardt in the leg and side The man fell to the ground, and wai taken to the military hospital at Bag enaut, where he died shortly after. Th? commandant was Immediately arrest ed, and will be tried by a council o war, but as he la a superior officer am a member of the nobility it will be eur prising If he suffers adequate punish cnent. If Indeed he does not escape alto getber. From. Ludwigsburg comes news o: another officer of the uhlans who ha* spiked a soldier of hia squadron aftei having thrown him down and brntalli disfigured his face. From all over Germany comes newi that the military service of the empire Is unpopular with the common people. Oow's Til la 1 We offer Oive Humored Dofllars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cat not be cured by Haft's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENBU & CO., Props, Toleao, UMO. We U? undersigned lrnve known P, J. Cheney for the pact loot fifteen years and beHevo Wm perfects honorable lc all business transactions anil flnaiKtally able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West ft Trunx, Wholesole Druggist* Toledo, Ohio. Wolding. Kinnan ft Man-In Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Halt's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood ami muooue surfaces of the system, Price, 76c per bottle. Sold by all druggist* Testimonials free. HaM's Family Pills are the best. $20,000 m ? ? i o L,oan on Improved City Real Estate. Howard Hazlett, Stock*, Bonds ftchaag* Baal aad In test moo t?. Building* INTELLIGENCER COUPON. | Our Nation j | In War.^tjs j A Tho Intelligencer In Issuing |n 3 x weekly part* an lnvaluabla IIIuh* j trntetl hlHtory of thu 8punlsh-.\mcr- j Q U'utt war on sou and land, tlw pic v i lures Ming reprouuccu irom photo* f graph* and original drawings ?>x- f pressly for this work. Tho sorltia, J which Is a continuation of Uncls f Barn's Navy Portfolio, also in- C eludes photographic reproductions 4 of pictures owned by tho Kovorn- r mcnt and states, showing tho hero- 2 iNm of tho nation during the past 1 century. C They arc issued In 18 weekly parts 4 of Ifi page* each, nod nri? nold at r the nominal price of 10 cents each 2 ami one coupon cut from th? lnt?l- 3 Ilgonccr. They can he purchasad Y lit the IntrlilKuncer office on and after Monday, Augunt 1, or will ho r *nnt by mall; add 2 conta each for J postage. Nos. 1 to lti now ready. 3 CUT Tills our....... 2 J ?:? :??? : " ~ I JBWBLBY?JOHN BBOKBB. & CO. i when you want 10 make; a present You win find the most satisfactory-place to purchase It If at thla Jewelry Store. No matter how much money or how little money you want to spend, you will And a suitable present here. John Becker & Co., JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS. 35*7 Jmb Str*?t. HYQ1BNIC UND8RWBAR.. |Ym | |DOCTOR I Says that a wet skin fy fkj goes before col08- fft g Jaros Hycienic Under- eft wear absorbs moist- r? , ?ure, prevents chillinc rift gh - can't shrink - non- rift irritating - stout. or rft ' n\ thin?tall or short-rift : g man, woman, or child rift ^ ? alu can be properly rift qn fitted ? at moderate ?ft ^ cost,,too. ^ For Sale by C. HESS & SONS, Agents for West Virginia. ricuiiUiiDir yah abc inn crilTC* (lltHKHrBS 1321 sad 1323 Market St, Wheeling, W. V?, AMUSBMENT8. ?OPBRH HOUSE* WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER Z sodsa's bee ^^jelcapitan. All the Costumes, Scenery and Effects which Marked Its Last New York Production. A First-Class Company?WJU In m C. Mandevllle. Kate Mlchelena, Vera Rosa. Edw. P. "Wllks, John Dunsmore. Karl Formes, Madeline Lack, Bmma Miller, Frederick Knights, Harry Carter, J. Coultor lllnes, and a Superb Chorus of 60 j Trained Voices?w. All seats on lower floor 11.50: admission $1.00. Reserved seats balcony $1.00; admls, slon 50c. Seats on sale at C. A. House's 1 Music Store Monday. October 8L oc27 ^OPERR HOUSE* 9 ' . . ' Hme. Fannie ; Bloomfield Zeisler, CONCERT PIANISTE. f 'Thursday Evening, November 3. 1 Prices?Lower floor $1.00. Gallery 50c. Seats on sale Monday mornln*. October . 21, at P. W. Baumor's Music Store, and . will be reserved without extra charge. - ?OPERH HOUSB? I MONDAY, NOVEMBER /. ; DANIEL FJOBMAIfS SPECIAL CO. t>i-nsArifa thrt great RoDi&Dtlo Drama by ' "^JKSS-SSSJW' TIE PRISONER OF ZENDA, With HOWARD GOULD la his original role. A atrong company; Including R. P. Mc- ' 1 Olannin. Albert Perry, Benjamin Montelth, Robert Comers. Helen Strickland, Amy Rlcard and MIrs Margaret Puller, as Princess Flavia. Magnificent Costumes, Special Sofcnery. Prlcefr-Jl-00, 75o and GOe. Seats on sale > at C. A House's Music Store Friday, Noi vembor 4. nol 1 QRAND OPERA HOUSE. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday ' Nights and Wednesday Matinee, Octo-.* . ber 31 and November 1 and 2. The Romance of the Czar's Realm. DARKEST RUSSIA. \ Special Scenery, Rich Costuming. , Sparkling: Comedy, Romance, Love and , Realism. Night prices?15. 25. 35 and 50c. Matinee prices?16. 25 and 35c. ocl't ri RAND OPERA HOUSE. Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights uud Saturday Matinee, Nov. 3, 4 and 5. REMEMBER THE MAINE. "A play that Is pood for the North and South. East and west." 8po the destruction of the Maine. The great naval battlo of Manila. Night price*?15, 25,-35 and fiOc. Matinee prices?i:., 'S, ami 35c. oc.U STOVES AND RANGES. * llj/ Think of Every Good nolnt ? p*?rf*ct cooklnc appliance should havo?then examlno tho Cinderella Ranges. Makes kltchcn xvork a plcaaura. I nr\r?r? HAkM-'llR^PRRirrrr lir?A?Ti?n?? Sold with that understanding. Wo havo them In scvernl styles. Call and ae? them. NESBlTT & BRO., 1312 Market St. WKW APTOBTIBMnKTg. office. ', mi ?ost-bbtwe4n pujrod' house and Mellceticn's. I?4y? 'gold- witch. its at Deemn'a Micro and recelv* reward. AUIB& EglLLT. - nol' LOBT-ON THPR8DAY, OCTOBKIl j;. on the itmu between Home & Herrmann's and Stone * Thomas. a ladles' pocketbook, containing a small sum of money and ? letter. Kinder wilt be rewarded by iMVliif name at the Inieiurenoer ogfee. or^. ^j-OTICE. ' The regular monthly mcetin* of the W. U. B. R will ty held at tho V. M. C. A. on Wednesday,November t 189S, at J n. m. HISS AU U VVI UiU.\, nol Secretary pro tem. A Fresh Shipment oti. ' Armour's SNced Star Bacon, >. Armour'# Sliced Star Ham, in 1-lb. tins. Also Armour's Celebrated Sugar Cured Hams. Albert Stolze & Co. VrONONQAH COAL HAS KO EQUAL. J. C. McKINLBT.^ Office and yar? Twenty-seventh^and Main. Telephone 204. oc31 Small Sifted Peas. EXTRA QUALITY. + + SL40 A DOZEN. H. R. |5ehrens Co. 32jT jUrlut StfgL GOETZE'S- ^ Full % pint bottles 25 cents. Guaranteed to euro or your money back. GOETU'S RELIABLE DRUG STORE, Opposite. McLure House. Shorthand. Expert Instruction. Select Pupils Only. Day and Evening Sessions. Wheeling Shorthand School. Cranglo Block, 331S Market Street, Wheeling, W. Va. Louis E. Schrader, Walter Bould, Official Stenographer, Certificated Teacher, Proprietor. Principal. ? - . m .* II Hie Ascent of tne ? i. i annle Matterhorn. peck..*.* milugan, wilkin 4 co.'s tuesday, nov. i, at 7:30 p. m. natiis . 3?am FOR SALE. Business property corner Thirty-seventh and Jacob streets. This Is a (rood retail stand. Very cheap. Possession at once. 7-roomcd brick house 8729 Koff for 12,000. Modern 8-roomed dwelling: 123 Fourteenth street. 7-roomed dwelling 27 South Penn street, $2,800. Property a,t 91 Virginia for J2.000. Good home at 168 North Front street 8 rooms, modern conveniences, very cheap. Pythian Castlo Building Lots, easy terms. Money to Loan at 6 per cent c3-. o. smith, Real Estate Fire Insurance, Surety Bonds, Vir/ihinirA Uonlt RniMlnv The Early Dse OF ?' Violet Cream will 1 naure soft and healthy akin. It la a healing, soothing: preparation, adapted to the most dellcata skins Sold by R. H. LIST, - 1919 Main SL, and by dealers generally. Price 10c. For This Week. You wilt be surprised to see the Gas Heating Stoves we are offering for $(.25' this week. Come aoi <*ee them. + + 4 + + iirn iv inHkicniU'sNsnMS. [VUVi VT? UVHI1WVI1 V^wviiwj 1210 Main Stnet. TRUSTEE'S SALE." Trustee's Sale of Ohio County Real Estate. By virtue of a deed of trust raado by Robert M. Lazear and Juliet linear. hfs wife, to me. as trustee, bearing dato on the twenty-fourth day of April. 1R9S. and now of rccord In the clcrk's ottir? of the county' court o^ Ohio county. West Virginia, In Dood of Trust Book No. 42, pags 5*3, J will 6n THURSDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF DECEMBER, 1898, ' 4 1? ?Ik twnnt AO]] ill PUDIIO HUCtlOU m luu iiuiui _ door of tho court house of Ohio county, I West Virginia, commencing at ten o'clock n. m., the following described properly. I to-wlt: All .tho right, title and Interest of the said Robert M. Lazoar and Juliet I I<azear, his "Wife, In and to the following described tract of land situated on the waters of Short creek. In Richland district, Ohio county, West Virginia, and adjoining tho landa of H. C. Smith. John Smith and others, and bounded and described as follows, to-wlt: Reglnnlng at a stake in tho line of lands formerly owned by Anderson, now Alexander and Jrnnlo Edwards, and running thence north 75* west 33 poles to a stone; thence north MVi? west si% poles to a stake; thene* south 17* east 34.4 poles to a beech stump: thence south West 125 poles to a stone corner to Smith: thence south 1V?* west 31,3 poles to a stake In place of a doj:wooa; thence fouth IS? e/ist 191 poles to a stone corner to lands formerly owned by aonn tainwen; inencu mmn mm - poles to & stako In tho original lino of raid tract; thence north 16? west d.*?.2 pole* to a stake; thence north 22k" west 132 polos to a stake: thonco north 7^ east 1M pole* to a stake; thence north 15V we?t 101.fi poles to the place of beginning, i?" * containing one hundred and eleven Oil) acres, two roods and sixteen poles. mor? or leas, as surveyed for Joseph S. Mor- : Kan by .lames Mc Kirov, in March, 1M?. And tho property hendnheforo described Is the same land of which the snld Jos?Th 8. Morgan a died seised, and which descended M -his live ehildn-n equally: and the said Juliet I^axcar Is the owner of a" undivided one-flfih of said land, as 0"? cf tho children of the ?ald Joseph 8. Morgan; and tho said Robert M. l^x*ar l* the owner of the undivided thrce-llffhs of said land by purchase from Joseph. Kd?srd and Albert Morgan, three of the children of the said Joseph S. Morgan, deceased Tho amount of laud convoyed by said deed of trust being equal to eighty-eight at d j Diir-nuu Mviw, TRRM8 OF RAMS. One-third of the purchase money, nr..' n* inui'h more a* the purchaser may wot to pay, in otuh on day or Hale: the balance in two equal fi.iynirnt:' ;it one an?> two years, with Interest from day of sa. th?- purchaser r.lvln^r hi* note* with unproved security for the deferred Installments, with i no Interest on the amwd deferred Installment payablo annually. title to retained hy the trustee until tho properly Is paid for, *V. M. DUN I, A P. nol Tiuatvc.