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WEST VIRGINIA PRIMTINsHmT,
PUBUüHUS ASP PBOnuiTOBB.
JAS 8. TAXKY. Uixuui. MaKaoBA.
rami
ru Y BAH, HY ItAlU, rtWTAB* fKBTAUV.
DAILY, «U day* to the week 98 0»
D.ULY, Ihrv« ilir,5 in Ute week — 4 08
DAILY, two days m the week • W
DAILY, on* d*> lu the week « — 1 M
UKUt KRKD BY CARRIKK.
D All Y. per week to be yakl weekly, 15
1>AII.Y aiv.i Sf X 1>A\ per week 18
Daily will >>e delivered by carrier in
any oth-ar city or lowu —... 15
(UXvüLK OOPlfe OF DAILY OR WKKKLY— *
«»~OofcK«MVN DINCB COXTAIS1N« mrOBTAXT
h bus août itex> r*o* bybay tabt or ma »ca
KOl'MIHS'i COCNTBV.
TJK KStilSJFK, nHbrcvni its +vtral (dUtotu,
mb ,«d at tM /Wi#oe ta W. Va., eu
I «•■•. > -'im Hu'ttf r.
SEN ATOR SwiTZKR'S rani justifying his
coarse as a kicker appear«« in this Issue;
Also an extract front an editorial reply in
the Putnam lkvwctnt. It will be seen
that the alleged grouud on which the
Senator s tan« Is slips oat front uütlex bis
fret.
Thk InMNftmerr has at last found ont
that it is the duty of the extTa sension of
the Legislature to try to elect a United
States Senator. The miscarriage of its
prophecy concerning that "going to go''
article has made it very chary atioat say
ing anything further on the subject till it
iK-ert exactly how it is going to turn out
It couldn't go amiss in saying that the
l/egislatuie should try to elect, as that
body will without iloubt try to
perform that duty. Xor could
it go wrong in throwing over
board Dawsuü, Whitk, Hoke and
others of that class who have been advo
cating that tbo Kepubiicans vote against
going into joint assembly, thus prevent
ing an electiou and leaving the State but
one representative in the I'uited States
Senate for the next two years. We are
gl.id that the htttUigcncrr sees that this is
dangerous gronttd for it to stand upon and
has stepped liack before it bronglit upon
itself even condemnation of the beat ele
ments of its own jwrty. The
editorial will do it good, though it does
come late aud as a necessity.
IttOIIIBiriON IX MICHIGAN.
This is the Prohibition anteudmeut that
h.i< Imn vni.tl ou in Michieui:
Sur. 4S». The manufacture, gift or sale of
spirituous. malt or vinous liquors iu thus
SUU*. except lor medicinal, mechanical,
t biiun-.il or srieutitic purposes, is prohibit
ed; andtio property right iu such spiritu
ous, malt or vinous liquors shall Inj deemed
to exist, except the right to uun»facture
or sell for medicinal, mechanical, chemical
or scientific purpose* under such restric
tions and regulations as may l>e provided
by law. The Legislature shall enact laws
with suitable penalties lor the su pression
of the uiauufacture, sale aud keeping for
sale or gilt of intoxicating liquors, except
as liereiu specified.
The contest iu Mkhigau has lteeu one of
the most exciting that has occurred for
years. The alliance thet has for several
years e\iste«l l>etween the Greenhackers
and IMnocrats was dissolved at theliegiu
nini'of the campaign, each party putting
a ticket in the tield. This gave the Ke
publicans a walkover, so far as the
ollices wert* concerned. Hut
the great and bitter tight was ou the
amendment, and i>arty lines were cast
aside in regard to it. Michigan's pres
eut coustitutioQ was adopted in 1*0>.
A clause was iuserted tlieu prohibiting the
Legislature frotu licensing the liquor traffic.
But. as iu Ohio, thu Legislature tailed to
regulate tlie trallie, and iu l*»7t> the people
of Michigan declared that the clause was a
hiudrauco and adopted a constitioual
amendment striking out this clause. The
clausa inserted by the late amendment
is a much more precise aud detiuite
one lliau that which was repealed iu ls7t>.
« AltltYINU OI'TTHK IN'i'EK-STATK
(OMMKltt C LAW.
Tli * Inter State commerce law that went
iato etiVct yesterday wakes it unlawful for
railway cwmpauies to make unjust or un
reasonable charges.
To give preferences or make discrimina
tion« by "any special rate, rebate, draw
back or other device."
To demand a greater gros* charge for a
shot t iluu a long iiaul of freight or passeu
gent over the same line "under substan
tially similar circumstances."
To enter into pool tug agreements with
couipttiug lines.
To grant free | «asses to any persons but
railroad otlicers aud employes.
Kvery company is required to make its
rates public and to adhere strictly to them
while they reiuaiu in force.
In carryiug out these provisions, Presi
deut (iarrett. of the B. »Sc O. Railroad, has
^ 111 UMI I Ul I'M KIWIII^ UIUCI .
"Haitiiiiorr tutti Ohio Railroad (bmpanj/.
( >Ûi«-e of the President, Baltimore, April 1,
IKS7. -KxecutiveOnler No. 17.—loonier to
comply with the provision» of the Inter
stale Commerce act, the following rules
vs Ith retard to interstate panses will
govern on au«l after April I: 1. No inter
state fisses will Ik- issued, except: (a) To
officers ami employe«) of other railroad
companies. AU such pisses must show
the name an>l character of employment of
the oüicer or employe, and will lie written
request ol a President, Vice l*resi
dent, General Manager or other
executive officer, (h) To employes of
this company ami the members of their
immediate families under existing rales.
2. Where passes are issued good only in
one State, no pa*« must be given to the
same person lor travel in another State.
II. No pmM must be issued reading 'ami
one.' (or more, ) but the full name of each
person must appear. 4. No passes, either
Skate or inter-State, will be issued on ac
count of traffic. Reduced Kates —The
half passenger fares aud reduced freight
rates heretofore extended to employee, the
special arrangement for reduced fares and
ireight rates and other concessions under
circular No. 7, and the reduced rates to
clergymen, will be continued as hereto
tore, under existing rules. Bobert Bar
rett, President."
On the Baltimore aud Ohio the rates for
commutation tickets will remain un
changed. Hound-trip excursion tickets
will be sold as heretofore by all the rail
roads at their discretion, and the new law
will mit interfere with the summer excur
sion business. The object of the law is to
secure uniformity of treatment for the trav
eling public. Therefore the rates for excur
sions can be as cheap as the companies
care to make them, provided that each
excursiouist pays the sum demanded. The
full taritl rates of travel have been re
established by the Pennsylvania lines.
Their llrst-class rate from Baltimore to
Chicago, which has for more than a year
been $13, has beeu advanced to $17 .»by
the fast expresw trains. The tares by the
limited expresses were never reduced.
The Baltimore ami Ohio has'been selling
$10 tickets from New York to Chicago,and
$13 from Baltimore and Washington. The
Pennsylvania did not meet this cut ont of
New York, but kept at the $VH> rate, while
meeting the $13 cot at Baltimore. This
discrimination would not work under the
new law. The Baltimore and Ohio will
advance its rates, too, but not up to the
Pennsylvania's tigore«.
Says the Baitimors Swm: "General
Freight Agent Harriott, of the Baltimore
\
and Ohio, say* o&the through freight rates
that they are »boat the name ander the
new claewfiçation m in the old. The local
tariffs have been advanced in tome in
stances and lowered in others. In Ohio,
for instance, the locals have generally been
advanced, because they were too low to fit
the law. Bot upon the whole there in not
a radical change in rates, bnt only in the
manner of doing the business. His com
pany has given notice that after April 5
'rate* to all local stations on the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad. Baltimore to Wheeling,
Pittsburg and Harrisonburg, will be the
same as to Wheeling, and raten to all
local stations between Grafton and*Park
errbnrg will be the same as to Parkers
burg. ' Wheeling, Parltersburg and Pitts
burg being Ohio river points, and there
fore opeu to water competition for freights,
have always been classed together by ship
pers and the railroad company. The new
Wheeling rates on the six classes of the
trunk-line classification are: First, 45
cents; second, 39 cents; third, 30 cents;
fourth, 21 cents; fifth, 18 cents; sixth, 15
cents. A year ago the rates to some inter
mediate stations were nearly twice as high
as the figures uow given."
The coal rates for the Wheeling and
Pittsburg and the Pittsburg division of the
B. A O. are arranged on the mileage sys
tem and show a slight decrease on old rates
all around, those ou long hauls being de
creased more than short hauls. The
minimum is 30 cents a ton for thirty miles
aud nnder, 30 to 40 miles :15 cents, 40 to
50 miles 40 cents and so on, 90 to 100
miles being 75 cents, 125 to 150 miles f 1,
and '200 to 225 miles $1.10.
It will be seen that the law will be of
Ureal advantage to West Virginia shippers.
West Virginia is not now placed farther
west than States several hundred miles
west of the Ohio river. The great objec
tion is coming from the far West that will
uow have to pay rates somewhat iu pro
portion to the East. Some of the Pacific
roads are trying to make the law as ob
jectionable as possible. Ou wool, for ex
ample. it is said that the new rate per 100
|M»iitids is $5.10 cents, as against 62-' cents
formerly. But the Commissioners may
have something to say al»ont the justice of
this. All through rates west of the Misais
: — • i litAil« that
formerly w*t but s>xtr cent«» to ship from
Loa Alices, Cal., to Wheeling, will now
coat about $4. Shippers on the Pacific
slope say it will now lie cheaper to send
goods round by Cape Horn.
Hereafter theatrical companies, base ball
clubs und organizations that go "on the
road" matt pay lull rates of fare. Nor
can they be giveu concessions in the matter
of baggage over other traveler^. This is
causing a good many theatrical companies
to disband for the prevent. Some roads
are a good deal more zealous in carrying
oat objectionable parts they have discov
ered iu the law, than they are the portions
that would lie really a lienetit to the peo
ple. But these roads wdl lie brought to
time by and by, aud great lienctit will re
unit to the people iu general.
TilK CHICAGO ELECTION.
The news at this writing is that the Chi
cago Republicans have carried their ticket
by a large majority over the Socialists. The
Democrats had no ticket in the tield, a
large part of theiH voting with the Repub
licans. The Democrats played hide aud
seek so long with Ca RTKR Hakkison that it
was too late to get a ticket iu the tield.
Hakkison lirst accepted the nomination for
Mayor aud theu declined; permitted him
self to lie uoiuinuted again, and in declining
a second time tried to bring over his party
to the support of the Socialists. He had
forgotten the Hay market scene of May 4,
but the leading Democrats had not. Cak
tkk has lost his prestige with his party.
While it is uufortuuate that the Demo
crats have lieen so disorganized as uot .to
have a ticket out, it is fortunate for Chi
cago aud for the whole country that
JoHK A. Rimiik, the Republican,
has been elected for Mayor
over Rohekt Nu.son, the so called united
lalior candidate. Nki.son is not in sym
pathy with :uiy of the workingmen of Chi
cago, except those that are In sympathy
with the Anarchists. Jîe Ulie\cs that the
liomb throwers of last May should lie set
tree. The man on his ticket for City Treas
urer was a blatant Swiss Socialist, and the
man who was candidate for City Attorney
openly expresses his sympathy for the
AuarchLsts. D' tili» ticket had
been elected noue but the
socialistic class were to be appointed to
office by the Mayor and Council.
Workiugmen of both parties all over the
country will rejoice that the Socialist
ticket has lieen defeated. Though many
would rather it had lieen done by a Hemo
cratie ticket, yet it is much better done by
a Republican ticket than uot at all. An
archism has lieen given a black eye. The
ml rag of the commune will not be pre
term! to the stars aud stripes.
I'ICTURKSQl' K STATIONS.
A Stop In the Involution of Muilrrn Kail
roHtl Hiiiltllii|[s.
F.versinee the begiuuiui; ot the railroad
era certain persons, assumed!y of the poetic
ten)pel anient, have seen tit to speak of the
steel highways of the times as vulgar
money making machines, productive of all
sorts of evil, aud above everything else de
structive of sentiment aud the love of the
picturesque. But these people are wrong.
A long, level embankment through a Hat
country may uot be beautiful, but what,
that is prettier, could be put in its place?
Aud what adds more to the grace of a
broken landscape than the sweep of the
iron road along the mountain side and
across the valley over handsome art-lit«?
And where cau oue tind more beautiful
buildiugs than the ]>tueieuger stations that
are beiug erected by some of the great rail
road lines? Take for instance the hand
some station of the New York Ceutral and
Hadson River line at One Hundred and
Thirty-eighth street (Mott Haven), New
York, which is illustrated. As the liaud
somest way station in America, it is un
doubtedly a link in the evolution of beau
tiful railway architecture.
THI HOTT HAVXN STATIOS.
It is a two story structure, Komanesque
in treatment, with a clock tower eighty
five feet high, several gables and series of
arches so successfully grouped that while
impressed with its solidity one is also
charmed with its repose and fitness. And,
quit« usual with railroad buildings, it has
an attractive view from the train. The
accompanying illustration gives as good an
idea of its handsome exterior ot brick and
terra cotta and ml Akron tile roofs as con
be obtained from a one lolnmncut. Its
cuet is $7U0,ÜUÜ, and its architects are R.
H. Kobinsou and A. J. Manning, of New
York. •
SIGNIFICANT î
Some of the Uit Public Opinio«* of »
Great Man.
Xeie 1'ort Corraptmdem* Cleveland Leatlf.
One has a most excellent opportunity to
study "roan" as represented by the ave
rage New Yorkers. Among the wealthy
classes, very many of them have the waxy
skin, dropsical flesh, and "putted eyes"
that are indicative of serions kidney affec
tion. "Bright's disease" is plainly writ
ten on their fares. Since General Logan's
death the subject of rheumatism is being
discussed by the medical profession.
Every intelligent person, with any
knowledge of the human system, is well
aware that if the kidueys are in good con
dition all un accessary material is regularly
carried off by them. If not, varions acids,
such as uric acid, one of the chiel causes of
rheumatism, are left in excess, creating
deposits that cause all sorts ot chronic or
ganic diseases. It would seem, therefore,
that rheumatism, like dropsy, is not » dis
ease. but the result of a disease, and it is
sale to say that if the stomach and kid
neys are kept in healthful condition there
will be no deaths from rheumatism.
General Logan was well aware that bis
diseswe was of the kidneys, qnd once ex
pressed himself in indignant terms at the
iolly of doctors treating him for rheuma
tism. when it was the kidneys that caused
his attacks. The high living and the ex
cesses in all things, prevalent among
wealthy men in large cities, especially in
New York, is the chief cause for Bright's
disease, and the aristocratic tronble known
as rheumatism, even as insufficient ami
improper food bring aliout the same results
among the very poor.
The above article, which we reproduce
because of its general interest, is very sig
nificant The public believes that rheu
matism is an effect of disease«! blood, this
disease I »ting cnused by nric acid or kid
ney poison. Enough of this is developed
daily to kill several men, and if it is not
removed by the kidheys as last as formed,
it gradually ruius the health.
Thus fact is a scientific demonstration.
If doctors do not admit it, it is probably
because they do not wish to attract atten
tion to the menace deranged kidueys offers
to thcgeueral health, siuce they have no
authorized specific for these orgaus.
! General Logan kntw what his real trou
ble was, and he recognized the nouesense
of treating the effects—the real seat of the
disease was the kidneys. Senator Sittig,
of Illinois, whose vote elected Logan sena
tor after four mouths of balloting, tells us
that Iiogau ofteu com plained to him of
great distress iu his kidneys. Disease of
.1—u:.».
aud liesidt-s that, it caused paralysie,
apoplexy, impotency, stomach and blood
disorders, brain troubles, female complaints
aud countless other disorders which would
never develop if the blood were kept free
from uric acid or kidney poison.
These facts the public recognizes even
though medical gentlemen for very evident
«ensons, will not publicly acknowledge
them, lest, perchance, some proprietary
medicine, like Warner's safe cure, which
is sold by all dealers and is now admitted
to be the only scientific specific, will get
the benefit.
Tie on such bigotry! It ha< l>een author
itatively stated time aud again that there
can be no real sound health if there is any
false action of the kidneys. Insurance
companies refuse millions of risks on this
ground alone, hence it is that there is such
I universal popularity given to the great
preparation named—a popularity that is
based upon intrinsic merit.
Too ninth dependence upon professional
advice, especially in matters over which
J medical men admit they have no )tower, loo
often results very disaatroindy, but of what
use to the victim is experience gained by
latal disaster!
How much better it is to be guided by
au unprejudiced public opiniou in such
matters.
Had l.o*r.m been so guided, he mi^ht
have been spared many years.
KKAUAN'S SIMJCKSSOK.
A ItrU-f Sketch of Win. II. Martin, Con
creHHiiiau From Trim.
Major William H. Martin, elected by
the Democrats of the Second District of
Texas to C'onyiet>s to till the unexpired
term ot Senator Keagan, is a native of
(ieorgja, having been bom in Truiggs
couuty iu lH^J.
While he was still
a youth the fam
ily removed to
Ka fa la, Ala.
There the subject
of this sketch re
ceived his educa
tion, and having
chosen the law
for a professiou he
removed to Ath
ens, Tex. In
Iand again in
1 s.V) he was elect
ed to the State
Senate from a dis
trict embracing *AJ
.1 (Photo, bv F. B. Bailer,
the counties ut Palestine, Tex.>
Henderson, van
Zandt, Navarro and Freestone. When the
civil war broke out be enlisted on the Con
federate side and part ici |taU d iu every
battle engaged in by Hood's brigade and
distinguished himself by his personal
bravery. At the dose of the war Major
Martin returned to bis Texas home aud
set to work to build up j^ain his wasted
fortunes. In 1*?*2 he was elected District
Attorney of the old Ninth Judicial District
of Texa . He has also been an active mau
in the politics of his State. He waj mar
ried to Miss Martha A. (»allamore in 1*<»7.
Of the eleven children borto to them seven
are living.
im i.i>.
SCHOPPER—On Tuesday, April S, lîM, Kd
waki> Schoppbr, aged 07 years.
Funeral from Iiis late residence, liai Maiu
street. ou Thursday at 1 o'clock p. m. Friends of
tbt* family are invited to atteint, interment at
(j retnwoo*l cemetery.
WKST—On Monday, April 4,18ST, Mr>. Bäk "
Baka West, a^ed 60 years.
Funeral from her late residence, No. ISO Eight
enth M reel, on Wednesday, at 3 o'clock. Friends
of the family are incited to attend. Interment
at Peninsula cemetery.
$ftr âdccrtisfmfnls.
TfOR SALE.
I>rn^r Store in Manniugton, W. Va.
Will invoice aNmt 52000. Clean stock. (J«*>d
trad-» In «ehool hooks, stationery, wall pa(«-r and
prescriptions. Uood reasons Riven for selling.
Apply to J. C. DENT,
mrijdjeh UridK>-j>ort, Ohia _
See tha
the
YAT1SI ST A MI
is on inside of Corset
Tielis *»ETerT Moreient tü Wearer.
Owtec to Iba .DwmaI VlaSTTCITT of Ii» cMh (which am
Owl« I
MHkk oo«w ciflwivvtyt ih* CWt ua WwaktBf te.
FITS PERFECTLY
THE FIRST TIME WORN, Hoary
wiUr «fhv un 4+*% w^tr. tf Ml tW mo»i PERFECT
m rriN»;. hku.V.i»u %».\ com portable c«tr»«
»•»%, Soi® by «Ii totâ chm émkn.
CROTTY BROS.,CHICAGO, ILL.
ial S WM, Saugte
QLOCKS! CLOCKS ! CLOCKS!
Au Flegant Line of
fiight-D&y VValnot Alarm Clocks
At SS.00 and upwards, at .
McNAMEE'S,
mräeAd Ü37 Market Street
OPIUM!
WklMfr HaW
■RearwTa: home with
out fin limit I if
ticnUrs H
3>fu? ^düfrlisfments.
FIR 8ALK - HEAVY DRAUGHT HOR8K8,
»od fancy driving hone«, at ST. CHARLES
HOTEL STABLES, commencing to-day. aptq
WANTED—POSITION AS CLERK IN A
Grocery store. Hiu> had four year'« ex
perience. Addrt* P. O. Box 712, Bellaire, Ohio,
apfir
\ 17 ANTED—AT ONCE, FURNISHED FRONT
V» room, with board. Be*; of reference re
quired. "J. W." Reouitkk office. ap*>r
F~ OR RENT-TWO HOPSES ON SOrTH
Broadway (Island), six niomi each and fin
ished attic, with large yard«. Enquire of T.
SWEENEY, No. 2Î Virginia street. Island, apba
WANTED—TWO FIRST CLASS CARPEN
tere. Apply at J. A. 1IOLL1 DAY Jt SONS.
ap4h
.T,X>K RENT-THE STORE ROOM ANDCEL
F lar formerly occupied by Shell haase A Son.
Tomer Mark<jt and Eleventh street*. Enquire at
F. Hanauer'*, 13U6 Market street, McMechen's
old stand apttf
IfloR RENT-LARGE FRONT ROOM. THIRD
' story of building No. 1225 Market street.
ap2h
WANTED—SITUATION AH BOOK KEEPER
or assistant, with Chance of advancement
to book keeper by strict alteiitiuti to business.
Age 20 years. Rood penman and excellent refer
ence*. i want to come South P. O. Box 50,
Woonter, Ohio. a[v*w
117ANTED "NK OK TWO Vol'No MEN OF
VY good address. Must write and spell cor
rectly Those thoroughly acquainted with tf»e
ward iu uhich they reside preferred. Address
communication in own handwriting to FARM
ER'S A DDRESS CO., Wheeling. W. Va. ap2h
JSJOTICE OF REMOVAL.
The Singer Manufacturing Co.
Have removed the Singer Sewing Machine othoe
Trorn 1219 Market St. toNo.70TweltUi SL
Two doors from Natural Gas office. apfira
^ DM 1N iSTRATOR'S M OTICE.
All persons having claims againn the estate of
Albert Schairer. deceased, will pleas«- present
theui at once to the undersigned properly au
thenticated. Those knowing themselves in
debted will please call and settle.
FRED. HAI'PY.
aptioaws Administrator.
J
AS. L. II AW LEY A CO.
Merchandise Brokers,
No. 149 NA» NT BE ET.
npt> Wheeling, IV. Va.
OTEI' LADDERS!
4'MM'IIEft IIOKMEN!
MEAT BOA KIM !
i'utfiil KoI<I1i>k Ironiiijf Mundo!
At the Hardware and House Furnishing Wore of
NESBITT& BRO„
_up0 _ i:U2 Market Street
IVO BAHAMA FINE APPI.EN!
500 ( m oAAi rs ?
.10 BOX EM OF OKA VUES!
— JINT RECEIVED AT—
HANAUER'S,
No. 1306 Market Street,
MeMechenV old stand.
Get our Price List for April. u|iT,
THE
Rochester Lamps,
The Best I .amp Made for Household Purposes,
b'iuiple, Sale ami Reliable.
EWING BROS.,
np.1 1Î1R Market Street, opp. McLure House.
(JOPARTNERSIIII* NOTICE?
Messrs. J. M. \\ iesiliugaiul CharlesN. Handier |
hare been admitted memlier* of the tirai of 1.
(}. Dillon, since March l.r>, is*7. Hereafter the j
linn name will lie I. (7. Dillon A Co.
Wheeling, W. Va., April lls7. ap-'t
BALTIMORE
To Livei'pool Direct.
S. S. <'arthat;iiiiau is intended to sail frotn |
Haiti more for Liverpool on Wednesday. April 6.
faliin, $65: luU'iniedi.itc, f.'iO: Steerage. $-0. |
H. K. liKIIKENS, Agent.
inrfi 'ill" Market Street.
YJ« la.l\"s wheeling
VKUKTARLK CATHARTIC PILLS|
Are the greatest purifiers ol the system ever dis
eovered. and us they, unlike most pills, contain
no < I" nil y nib/mil, <]o not j:riiw\ He sure ynu gel
the genuine, wilh the *verd WhtrUny on the out
ville wrapper. Hold by most dealers. Xopiiinrf* I
\\ itli the genuine. Mrl.AI.M BliOTIIKRK,]
Manufac'urers. up.'
Save Your Eyes.
If your eyes are weak and giving you trouble, ]
go at oik e to I. (j. Dll.l.ON and get a pair ol
'Kind's Combination' S|MM tacles
or EyeGlasses.
They will preserve and improve the eye sight.
For sale only at
DILLON'S,
febl 1223 Market Street.
lXai WILLIAMSON'S
COi^I3XiT^.TIClT
HEALTH CORSET
jLady Agents Wanted
'orlbe Best Corset on E;irth and Easiest Sold
BIO MONEY. Addre«« fur term* and territory.
WILLIAMSON CORSET a BRACE CO.. St. louis Mo.
uircieudve
(JOTTAliK LOAVES !
THE CREME OE LA CREME OF BREAD,
''annot bo excelled. Try some of those
INIMITABLE DOlttH-NlTS
to bo found ut
IlEIID'S I3AI£EHY.
Mu. IH /.line Street.
If yon are in doubt as to what kind of flour lo I
use iu your family, ask Keid. Having had vears
of expericn<vand ii*ed thousands of bamM, be 1
buys no liour on its reputation merely.
Reid's Bakery, Island.
mrMsb
LOGAN &CO.'S
T
Ad laipraved. Sate »ad Rffwtaal Wriniftige.
The Pleasant Worm S y nip is a new combina
tion of the latest and beta remedies for worm*.
It is purely vegetable, I« Tery pleasant to the
taste, Is
AN EXCELLENT CaiLD'8 PHYSIC,
and mothers who bave used it with their chll
drvii speak of it iu the highest praise, saying
that it Is the best vennifuae in use. Price 25
cent* in large liottles. Sold by the best druggist*
and storekeepers. .\*k for i.ocan A t'o.'n
Plennant Moria Syrnp.
I.OGAN & <X>..
PniggMs, Wheeling. W. Va.
-50 PILLS IN EACH BOX.
Thu HOMFsTEAD LIVER PII.LS are not only |
the liest, but they are the cheapest Pilla in use.
Each liox contains larger Pills for adults, and ,
smaller Pill« for children, with special direc-1
ttona for u*e in Ut er Complaint, and as a purga
tive. Price 2ie, Seul by mail.
Prepared only by LOGAN it CO.,
Druggists. Bridge Corner.
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
For Tniss«es, Supporter*, Syringes, Braces, Sur
f ical lustnunent*. Kubber Goods, Elastic Stock
ngs, Sic.
LOGAN & CO.,
Druggists, Bridge Corner,
_mrll _ Wheeling, W. Va.
f . DECHANTAL ACADEMY.
N*ar Wkaalli|. W. Va.
The thirty-ninth year of this well known
Academy, under the chaiye of the Visitation
Nun«, opens on the first Monday of September
»ext, and continues ten months.
pupils received at any time in the session.
Those who desire to place their daughters In an
Institution affording exceptional advantage« la
the way of healthful and delightful location, ex
cellent board, through discipline and instruction
at the hands of life-long teacher«. In every de
partment of female education, including the
modem lauguagea and music, should send for a
catalogue of this school Addrem.
«IRIMCW8 »nil AtUtM V «f TIM VISITATI«*
IL de CbantaL near Wheeling. W. Va.
ao77eodc
gtw Qdvertismnts.
LASTWEEK
Bi^BY ßHOW!
Saturday, at 2 P. M.
4DMIS.H10* I« CCBtS.
BOHEMIAN GLASS BLOWERS]
—McLAIN'S BLOCK—
No, 40 TWELFTH STREET.
The Handsomest Baby
INDER THREE YEARS UF AWE,
IVUl be presented with a beautiftil Preaeut, Val
ted at i\t>, and everv visitor n<c«ivcfi a present.
*P";
POR SALE. ~
Farm of 7O A.cres,
Situated two miles ea*t of Wheeling, on the Bal
imore and Ohio Railroad, and adjoining Mount
[k'Chantal. One of the best arranged dairy
"uruis in the county. Terms ea.*y.
Apply to ZANK & STAI.NAKER,
ip."'a No. 35 Twelfth M reel.
piANO TUNING.
I AM PRWAKEP TO .
Move and Tune Pianos
CARBFL'LLY AMU PROMPTLY.
F. W. BAUMER,
raräi _ 1310 Market Street
THE CELEBRATED
Ouiilap Hats!
SPRING STYLES,
JUST ARRIVED.
GK -A.- BEUTER,
SOLE AUENT.
1101 Main Street.
BEE HIVE HAMS !
IF YOU WANT 1
A GOOD HAM
Get one of the ' Bee Hive Brand. '
There is none to excell.
For Sale by
R.J.SMYTH.
F
)R SALE.
No. Eofl' street, Brick House, four rooms
UD'I Cellar—S-.10O.
No. !:{;• uear Twenty-ninth Mini MeColloch si».,
Kranit- House. three rooms, $7nO.
No.'..Ill Kofi"street, Hrirk House, seveu rooms,
and <i«*«i Stable, 83,000.
No. 'i"-> Wetzel street, Krame House, four
room«, lull lot, $-,(.00
No.'JCI.IChapline street. Krame House, four
rooms m 1.1 basement, Sl.MAl.
No. -J«!» ('Iitt|ilitie street, Kramu Cottage, thrwe
rooms, îl.JOO.
liloek of three Brick Houses, at northeast cor
ner of Market au<l Tuenty-sixth streets. A goisi
investment.
J. B. HtKJHES.
Kcal Estate A «eut,
ap.UUe No. £it4 Cbapline Street.
T^V)R KENT.
The r<«>ms formerly occupied by W. K. Peter
sou as an itisurancu o 111 ce, No. lit» Main street.
These rooms have recently been (iilnrgcd ami
are well adapted for iitllce use or for a fancy dry
mildnery or notion store.
Apply at the EXCHANGE BANK.
utr-U-a
rpi \E EVERETT PTAN< )S. "
Ten Reasons For Purchasing Them.
They have a perfect touch and action.
Their lotie is fun, clear und round.
The sinking quality is adapted to tho voice.
They remain in tune anil up to pitch.
f>. They are made of the liest materials.
0. The manufacturers are practical piano mak
ers.
7. They are honest pianos, at lowest prices.
8. The Bmt Pianos made, at reasonable prices
9. Every Piano folly warranted skyen ykaks.
10. They bear the most critical examination.
A fine stock at all times on hand, at
Sheib's Music Store,
feTT Twelfth St,, uudertirund Opera House.
LARGE AND MAGNIFICENT
Wall Papers!
— ANI> —
BORDERS.
All Styles! Latest Designs !
CALL AND SEE THEM, AT
FRIEDEL'S,
mrëeâd No. 1130 MAIN STREET.
Breads, Bi^ead
Cheaper Than You Can
Bake at Home.
WHEELING BAKERY CO.'S
Finit Premium Bread Always
FRESH, WHOLESOME AND NUTRICIOUS.
Ask your grocer for U.
WHEELING BAKERY CO.,
au3« 12« MARKET KfRKKT
J^OTICE.
Subscribers to the stock of the Masonic Temple
Association are hereby notified to pay ten per
ceut of the amount subscribed to K. J. hmytb,
Treasurer, w ithin thirty day* from this date.
By order of the Board of Directors.
WM. -A. WILrtON,
nir»!»-a _ President.
F°r
SALE.
—THAT—
Desirable Residence, 52 Virginia St., Island,
Containing seven rooms, ball and bath room.
Also the Two-story Frame House, containing four
rooms No. 136 Virginia street
Enquire of W. H. H ALLER,
jal9endh * Auctioneer.
ATOTICE TO BRIDGE BUTES
-LN erï>.
Sealed proposals will be received by the Trus
tees of Water Works of the City <5r Martin's
Ferry. O.. at their office in said city, until April
lJth. 1SS7. for building and erecting, on founda
tions provided by the Board ofTrustees. an troa
roadway bridge to conned the pumping station
with the bank of the river. Said station is situ
ated on the beach of the Ohio river, and about
•nc third of a mile above Martin's Ferry. Copies
ef general specifications for the bridge will be
furnished upon application.
JOHN L. WKL8H,
WM. LIPPHAIDT,
J A. M. H EITZ.
Trustees
Geokok Horsing, Constructing, Engineer,
Martin's Ferry, O. mrÄ-ra
^ormtorf snd Carpels. .
AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK !
Gr- IMTIEIlSriDIEIj &c CO.,
Uht« Upfnrd an EIpkhiU Nr« Vlork of
FURNITURE, CARPETS,
Window Sliades,
Qornice poles, trimmings,
&c.9 &c.,
IN THE NEWEST STYLES,
OF THE BEST QUALITIES,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES,
That Have Been Offered for Yeai-s.
We invite an examination of goods and comparison
of prices.
COME, we will treat you light.
Whether you buy or not, COME anyway.
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THE
Pittsburgh Dispatch
Delivered to any addrex* ni 15 «•enl«t ix;r week,
JOwnus IncluiliiiK Hundaya. iiv mall, daily at
(l&eeuU per month, *f> c«>nt* inrniding Hunua; «
O. IX. QUIMBY,
feb!9 No. 1414 Market fttreet.
A NOTHER LOTO F THAT
$7.00 DICKENS AND SCOTT,
Complete in Twelve an«l Fifteen Volume«.
Lar^e Addition!« to Our 40 & litte. Section*.
STANTON & DAVENPORT,
inrlß No. 1301 Market Ht»eet.
HK
CNR Y BONE,
— M AKtrFACTTRKR OF—
AWNIN6S, TENTS, TARPAULINS, SAILS,
and in fa<t anything made out of ran vm.
AU order» by mail or telephone promptly at
tended to. MARTIN « 1TCRRY, O.
feb2*l>
Jaitm C. MiiniAUU. Chai. R. MiKoww,
Jo*. Lot*.
MANSBARHER, LÖTZ & MrKOWN
-eaACTiCAi.—
PL0ËBRRS, CAS & STEAM FITTERS,
»• 37 Twelltk Street,
WMlum, W. Va
•#-Krtlmat<-c ftrnljbed All wor« done at
reasonable rat<-v t:>11
IK-:-SPRINGS-TRADE
WALL PAPER, BORDERS,
—AND—
Ceiling Qseopations !
The Largest Stock and Greatest Variety of
Styl« fa the -täte.
For Sale at Very Low Prices
JOS. GRAVES & SON,
tnrll X*. 2« lireinh Ntreet.
JN^ATURAL GASSTOVKH.
Parlor and Hall Stoves,
ForNATCRAI.OAflor HARD (»AK
THE
la the beat la the market. 1 have a full line
from the smalleM to >be largest, at prtrea to aait
the time« Alio, a good aMortrentof
-SOFT CO AI« STOVES -
Both Cook lag and Heating. all aoiubl« lor Nat
v.' nr&] < iaa.
H. P. I'ALDWF.LL,
Ma UK Mal a akrMC
Jurniturr.
DON'T WAK!
OUR BEAUTIFUL
Have Come.
fupw'tope ofRII Kinds.
Carpets,
Oi! Cloths,
Linoleum,
Window Shades,
Curtain Poles and Chains.
Styles the liest ! Quality trient !
PRICES LOW.
FREW&6ERTSCHY
uirlO 1117 Main Street.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
GREAT BARGAINS!
Having determine«! to cIon «it injr co
tire rtorltof
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
AT WHOLKHAI.K PMC EH,
Such a« I ii»«- I'nrlor nn«l MHinm I lium
l»«r Unlto. Window Shiidra. Oil 4'loth*,
•in] Hnn, In all >iyle*. Wlnur < liitlr*.
in »11 I*, y It*,
Tablet, Stands, Wardrobes,
and Common Bestead». aluo, a large variety ol
good» In th<- furniture line, i iiin« and we for
yoiirselve«, I will make it pay ynu.
WM. ZINK,
Cor. MARKET&TWENTY-rfroONI> XT*
WN. B—l'ndertaàlng promptly and carefully
attended to at nil hour*. rurJfiab
HOW TO HAKE HOKE?
BY DEAUNO IN
STOCKS, GRAU, PROVISIONS, OIL, ETC
EXPLANATORY PAMPHLET.
MAILED FREE.
LAURIE * CO.,
BANKRKH & BltOKKKM,
8/W» Broadway rand brauche«),
NEW YORK.
r^HE( RKASV KB BREAKKK
I Lave on exhibition on« i4 the felebraJed
Crea#y lee Bn-akr-rs. The rrw*t »lisple., ebe»pe<*
and ma'-binemade. Willewh a too Ir*
io ten minute«
GEO. L. DURÂT.
AgrstCx We* Virginia.
JSfr-Prie#, aent on a£piie«U»o apl _
Wholesale
Liquors,
IIIS MAIM HTMKKT.
Peter Welt; & Co.
oel
. baraapnrftfra waiw fcr it* atoni
•w ikmu4i of ta<M of Hi varH ttal a»4 of I
>UBJH>C r.»r»b»*» torn». ItM MMrMfllK
ll It« atrvi, tt *1 I *fU am« TWO lOTTi O
UfUM nib a vaI-Cabli TBEaTlU o» Uta 4
loasiitft"' tmnptwi tmt T.O tt tnm
H.T LIUKdi itt Taarl a., ■•<
Jnrawiwtite.
OPËRAJiOUSE.
One Nlfffct Only^Wednesday April 6.
Majestic production and KrlllUnt revival of
W J 01LMORE'8 Greatest aud mort
Popular Spectacle
The Devil's Auction.
CHARLfi) H. YALE, IMe Mana*w\
\<«l Si—w. Sew Sitaatiatu, If* Sfwlätld, lew
rarapbeikalla. a»4 Two *w PrMiWrt.
MLLE. LEON1LDA 8TEOC ICNI, Prima Balla
riaa AiooluU, Irona Eden The«ire, "*"*• .
MI LK. RIVEKI. From Alhaiabra. LwulMiaDd
HONS. LORELLA. theiîreateat Uvln*Gro««*jtie.
The Dramatic Oompai-v laoue of anjMU«*
rell'ii«, ho» le») by the c^bnJrt WHACwO
MART1NE1TI and EDITH Ml*RJLU>.
The sixvialtir* OMtttal of »be remarkable
BROTHERS «NOW, exponent« of coinle gjr®
na«ium. THE THREK LOR I LLAH.oeowifri«.
enUe«que. THE MARVELOUS SALOMONS»^ S
in i<eQuatre Kickapooa." , ...
THK TRANSFORMATION SCENE. deptctluf
Fair) Land andCrvatal l^akf, ihe inort wMj*
mecfianiiun ever built. T11E GREAT ALHAM
BRA BALLET, ftoui Urn Albambra Palac* i-ou
duo, enlarged and atreugtbrncd. In nldiuouW
other n<>\ eïtlo. « 111 present Ihe favorite MIKADO
BALLET, rearranged and Introducing ne« tarp
«ichorean spm Ultle*. fclso the PiwTiLi ion and
«be C.Knic Ballet*. Thk Pamvah Dkauoon* and
• Lb Qv abtun Kicbamhi*." The whole pro
duced uinler the Miper\i*ioti of Cha». H. YaLE.
1.AMT NEANOX I» AXK|H'A.
ADMISSION—Oreheatra,7SCent»; Drew Wide.
SI OU, Gallery SN »*nu Sale of i-eali at Haumw'»,
TOMriar. April i. ap3e*tf
OPER A HOUSE.
MATINEE AND NIUHT,
SAturday, April Bth.
The WonderAil SueeeeafUl Dramatic Star«,
MR, WALTER S, BAIDWII
-4X1)- *
M PEARL ILVIliE,
Supported by the Aipt-cb Oi*anla«tlon, ihe
BALDWIN THKATRKCOMIMNY,
I'nder the Management of
MR. A. J. KLUKK.
The Strotifeal Repertoire Company Ever
Organized.
SATURDAY MATINKK
EAST LYNNK.
8ATI RDAY NIUHT,
OELEHKATK1 » t ASK!
M'APllIVIOtf, IBMMIM rewta. Non
ira, no higher. K«*er\<id «-at- M Bai.ilici » u u
xic »ton, Tkuoday morning. ullLovt ettta
charge. *P M
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
O. (?. UKNTHKR ...Lwe aud Manag«!
One Week, ('•MBiearlHf MoimUj
Kinalar. April 4. «alluee«, » f»l
■rwla) and Nalurda).
Tbc Poopll'i Favorite Ae or,
FRANCIS LAHAlMKf
Under the direct maoagtment of Hymuw.oir
II bllgre»l character of JOE,THIi W AIF,
In the Heauliftil and Rcall'tlc Drama,
NOBODY'S CHILD
'Arranged exprewdy Ihr hlin and played with
puccewi In all the pi tui'lpal eltiea.
•«-special scenery ' Novel Mechanical UMi '
Hutu Storm, Kcal walei' lliinturotw Incident»,
Ne« Souk*, ete.
Prie««, 16. Jt> and M cent*. Matlute plicae I».
Jfi and 8.S renta Jipj_
£alf.
A tt'l'ION BALE OF
Valuable Island Lots.
Ihe uaderaigliod will aell al publie auctlou, at
the north fruit door of tbe Ohio County (*»urt
Honae, on
SATURDAY, THE VTH DAY OH APRIL, DA7.
commencing nt 10 o t'ltM'k a mj the following
deacrtbed lot", vit: l-ol* No. Ml, 67 and 7Î on
Broadway, l>ot* Koa. and Ml on York H re«*,
U>t* Non. lu»and lui on Virginia Mm-t, Uit*
Noa. IUI, 10f>, 110 und III on Huron Mnct, Lola
Noa P2», 1Ä and 13» on Walxub rtretl, and
No. 1U ou W at er alre<-t
TKIiMS OF SALE One lblr>l. or ao mw b of
the pur« hav iimuii v a* thv pun kaarr may d«-Mrw
to |u,y, In cn>h on day of *&lu. nud the renldii« in
thr*«e<|tial yearly nuynicnu. wllb Interpai. jwiy
able )early frum tin- .luv of aale, lor w bleb iai)
menu the pun l>aM-r util gl\o not««, »wured by
d<'. «| ..f irint on tbe imju-rtjr.
mrto'Adi W. V. il*HiKA HKO . AginU.
TRUSTEE S SALE.
H Y VIKTUKOK A l»KH> OK Till HT. M Al'K
Ut lue trualie. fi)- i liaflin II. H lug end
Mary K King hl« wife, Im-mrInr •luit- un tbe '.Mb
•lav of Hrptetuber, Al'. I"»'. «lui rttor.ini m
(lit- oit)«'« ol Iii» Clerk of me < omit) < ourt lor
Ohio Oountjr, Winl Virginia. In IM'édri I ru»l
Book No 17, l'âge -!11, I will l.roi*««! to aeli al
publie auction ou
SAH KI'AV, Al'K IL 2d IHH7.
roinuicueiui; al lu o'clirK. a m , at Iba front
door of tin* Onurt' lloiiM- for m!«] <v>uuir. Iii tlie
City of Wheeling, Ute folio »Iii« dewrftiedpro
[ierty ailimlcd ill 'aid fil) vf M hrrling, that I«
lumy: lot iiutiibereil »Ilten (III lu ft^uaiv
iiiiiuUri'il twrlity une (21), lu Joaepb Caldwwll'a
A'MIIIoii lo Ihi' Cil) of Wheeling a lna| of
whlrll addition la filed ill the miiI of |>iiil« K- 11»,
ri ut va. S. Ihady cl al» , laU'l) pendille III the
flli'lllt Court ni Oh^i l'omit), tti»l \ iiKilua
H«|it lot U'Inif n |.art of tji«' WWpCTty ronVfycd
lo H Brad) l'alilwi'll bv R Itrady aliil Jfto I..
Il.il.li« IrilMuf. Iiy ili «il iUti.1 the ll'.th liai m
January, Mffi.atMl (Molded lu Uw Clerk'» ortiee
of ihr County Court of irliio < ouuly, lu l»eed
linok fflt, Kiilio /TV mtd Im'Iuk ni»* Ihr »aim- I <4
i*iuvi )'d toakid Cliarlea Il king t>jr M 1*. rail y
Caldwell by de«d dated Um- .iKh day of Now-m
lier, 1 "7 », hint recorded Jn aaul oflb-e In Iteed
Hook No. W, l'aifi! :ft\
TfcKM. or sui.k «mm- hall, or «a mue h ntoreaa
th.- |>ur< l.ia r mat eleel t.< i.ay, i a*h lu hand ou
Ihed«) of «air. Ilalami', If ally, Ui le |>at<| lu
iwo eouai ni«t«lhueiit» |>a) alite in on* ami two
year» from day of mir uitfi Inlereat from day ol
Mie payable «initially The imn haaer to five
111!" note«, with Viani peraniial aeeuilly, for Uie
deferred InatallmrliW, ami the title« to llie pro
iierty to be retained a» additional *><nrttr.
I/H1IH r. NTirHU 7ra»tae
J. C. llr.KVKY Aiii-tioneer.
1 he aUita «aie 1« adjourned lo Haturday, April
ai h, l«ff. at ihr «âme plare, • nmmenrlng al
ft o'clock, • m loVlf K. KT I KE L,
maria Tmatye
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
I >Y VIKTL'K OK A IiKKi/OK TKI'HT HATtl>
J ) *epteo<ber 10. twift, uiade by William W.
Peyton and Mary J. Peyton, hl» wife. Ut me «a
Iniatet-, and now of refont In the uB» of th«
Clerk ol the * oiii/.y OHirl of Ohio connly, V»e«r
Virginia. lu deed of T'tlit Nook, No. 71 al page«
it'.' et M'fj.. I will «eil at publie auction, to Tb«
hl(fhi «t bidder, on
N4TI Hlt.tV, Arilf 1.1». A. D. IM»7,
at the fioril dortr of the < ourt tiouae of aaWl
'utility, In th« i lly of Wheeling, ihal ia th« north
■lour of the I'ubilr itulldlny. Mimmetirttif at It a.
to., the follow iiik dem riU-«! r» ai • »tale, »lluaud in
thedlntrir t of Rlr liland, iu *ai l omnty and Mule
that ia to «ay: Ihn« aérerai (irtn of loud la
«aid (ilatrict, the Ar»t l«unde«l al fgik/wa. Mecin
itliif at a »tone lo l/diR nia, a r»mier tfi laiid
IS»nnerly owned by I. B Kelly, tlx ae* with a
line of «aid land aouth '/I* eaft W 4 4 |«iM lo a
auk«- In Cbdacy'i line; th'-mi with hi« Um
•uulli Hf waat M C-MuuUm Ut a «ukc, (aurttar u>
land formerly owned by Klljah Kofn^; tbew^u
wlUi allna ut aaid la« naniMl land nonk W
win« iA 'lU |<olaa lo a tUttf in Im« nin, tbauo*
Up the run north Uf eaat » !%■ 100 l*tif , tbrtiea
north Vf eaat 71 pole» u> the Ijeftnnlni. oootaiu
iriK eleven acre« and Uilrty three pol». arä ârx
tßlnrtt U lli* the «âme land rt/iireyed to one Jara
m I a II Peyton by Kliiah l'o,u^ aif1 wife by daed
dated the rat day r»f April. I>«7. and now of wi
old lu aaid off.'* In ifred H>ntk ho U.at paea
ML TU aenond ptacw, whlrb 11 ia bctlerwjla
embrarted within the bouodarica (tven alma Inf
the am friere. 1« tnun>i«4 aa follow« Beginning
al a MMi* eomer U> laml ütnoerly owned by
Or. H. W. Cbapllne and Hllaoa Atvmneily
tbeuea north 2R° eaat 7 rr«la with Iba line bw
twe^n «aid « liaon A Connelly lo a auka In tka
n«d. Lbenee aonib W weat * 4 10 u>lea m a ayra
more. tbem« araitb 17e weal — rod* by a beerb
im ihr bank u, a «take in the lin* baawaaa aaid
Hilaon and ( bapline; Ibenra with aaid Una
north eaat -mda to tbe begtriiilac. contai),
ing one art* or Uw. ba4ng tba mm Mad
ojovered to aaid Jereeiab K«!«* by Bee One
nelly by deed ilaud May ». W/7, and now <4 re»
ord In aaid In M«d BorA No. II, at paca
'JT. Indtbe third of aaid tkrve pttftaeofCSd
oootain* Of« a«*», mot* or Uaa, and la tit* «m
land cunreyad lo aaid Jeremiah Key Ion by
William Y. Hubbard, apertal i-omaai* lonar,
by deed dated Angnat M I nr., and dm af rec
ord In aaid oB.ee in L>aod Book No. H. at pan M
lo which laat naaned deed refernue ta kara
made for a toore uomplete dear-rlptkm <4 aaid
third pW*
Tbe pr< v-rtT Ut be mid la tbe auw panted «•
Mid wTüiatn w Peyton by JcremUfc Keyu^n by
dee.) dated tbe lat day of Ortobar, IHM, tad vi
(«raid In aaid oOee In dead koak No 71. M
title U bel 1ertd to be perfaet, but telllac
aa trnaiee 1 thaï I ooir eonvey wir h UU« aa la
reeled in ne bT aaid deed of trat
TKKM* of BALK One third »f tu« purebaaa
Bu&ey. and aa imcb more a* Iba Mitbaaff
«ball elet l to pay. In («ab on Ute day of aala, ttaa
purrhaarr to give bla two n<4ea In e^oal amoamta,
witb good aeeurUy approved by tbe imdanltaed,
t<>r tbe reaidne of tbe purtbaae money, bearing
liiierew from the dar of aale a&d parable r»
»pet-tlvely in ooe and two y raw from «orb day;
the le*al title M tbe property aold to be retained
aa a ftutber •erarlty lor ihe payment af tba
deferred inataWnt« at purebaae money.
ALFtED CALDWTtLL,
1 certtf y tbat U»tf and Mfvlty baa bean ftw
Ctafc al l«a OMMr Coüfar «MCmMT.
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