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WHEELING, W. VA., FEBRUARY 4.
^ J. T. 8., Bellairo:?'Tbo population of
Wheeling by tho census of 18S0 was 30,737.
The Spelling Hi-form Movement.
aj We lately referred to tho progress that in
; making in this country and in Kuropo in
Si' the spelling reform movement. Wo cited
tbo names of a number of eminent scholar*
and professors who have identified thorn*
: selves with it. Of courso thero is powerful
^ . opposition to tho proposed changes. This
has been the case from tho outset. Rut littlo
by little tbo reform is going on all the
same, just ns nil great reforms generally
move forward in tho fnco of heavy odds,
We therefore do not feel particularly discouraged
because our neighbor, the Washington,
(I'a.) Examiner, opposes our recenl
suggestion to tho West Virginia Presi
Association. That suggestion as was fol
lows:
"Wo submit to our friends of the Wcs
Virginia Press Association whether the]
might not with propriety, at their nex
meeting, appoint u committee to agree upoi
a certain number of amended words to h<
used by all papers of this State, lists o
whirlt Hhnll bo hung ui> in each oflico foi
I information andguidunco of compositor
and proof readers. Thin is the way ii
which the spelling reform is to be popular
Ited. First reform the newspaper spolHnj
nnd next will follow a school book reforn
In the samo direction. Thus. gradually
the English language will conform its let
ters to their true relation to sound."
Upon this suggestion tho Examiner com
meate as follows:
The Review and Examiner has been aske<
to express its opinion on the question. S<
far aa the proposition of the Lntelliqkncki
is concerned we are without nualificatioi;
opposed to it. No matter what'may hi
the propriety or necessity or suppoaet
convenience of adopting the new systen
of spelling, it is to us, a clear propositioi
that it would be a wretched blunder t<
adopt and practice it iii a small uectiou o
tho country by the voluntary act of news
papers. That would simply result in th<
practice of two different standards of spell
ing the same word in the same commuuit;
and would beget a wilderneasof confusion
The child would read a paper or book witl
one system of spelling, and then pick u]
another with a different system and botl
of them belonging to the "living language
If the "fonetie" system of spelling is eve
in tin uilnnhwl tiv tint I-'iu?liuli unuitlrim
k s.> people, it must bo not only by national cou
p. | bent ami agreement, but by the concurrenc
?v,! of both England and America. T
| accomplish that object it will require tnuel
? time and patient labor. In the first plac
it must obtain the supjiort of the bes
y- scholars, speakers and writers of both na
Si"' tions; and sacoudly the system must, so tc
speak, be itself systematized, and a com
? plete standary of spelling devised, formula
f ted and adopted. There will bo fount
i.v many words about the spelling of whicl
people will differ, even " fohetically'
speaking. There must, then, be astandan
?a new dictionary of the English lan
\ guage. And then again we must all lean
t this new method of expressing ourselves it
writing, for it is asdillicult to unlearn wha
v we practice as to learn that of which w
are ignorant.
Jf a lover were to address his sweeihear
P with: "3Ii dero I hope yure kof huz inuvet
hire up yure throte," without first inform
ing her that he had been converted to thi
?v " "fonetics," he might wreck his hopes ant
lefe- his fortune on account of his enterprise ant
$! - indiscretion. So it will be readily seen ai
ter u littlo consideration, that a lew com
bined newspapers in West Virginia, wouli
h\ go but a short distance to revolutionize i
Kg* system of spelling, which luis been laugh
by the universities of learning, and conse
E, crated oy tue writings ol Shakespeare, Ad
iliaon, Junius, We Inter and others wlic
have adorned and beautified it for flvo eon
turies. Even tho effort to change our sys
tern of weights and counting to tho ia
more sensible modo of the Latin race wai
a ridiculous failure after having been rec
ommended and adopted by the Boards o
5. trade in tho leading commercial cities 0
Hfc; tho country. Largo bodies move slowli
v ; and old customs are difficult to shake ot
and eradicate.
v These remarks of tiiclIZxaminer are no
^ without some force, but they are sophist!
jp cal notwithstanding. Tho editor is opposec
J . to any action on the part of any portion 0
tho public until tho whole literary public
| becomo of one mind aud are agreed upot
details. This is simply chimerical in th<
highest degree. Who ever heard of a reforn
rr veiny uuujficu iu uiui wuyr xv is nine uj
little that reforms are adopted. They art
g championed by a few at tho start and ridi
tl". culed by the many. They are adhered tc
jfc and practised by tho few and ignored 01
|" satirized by tho many. This is tho lesson
i',"/ of hiBtory. Waiting for a reform, such as 11
\ proposed, to spring full Hedged from the
combined headsof the literary world, would
<r,\ be to remand it to tho day uf eternity,
That would bo the last of it.
J;'/ There are a number of papers in the
f, United States that have lead the way in
the reformed spelling of many words
jg Prominent among them is the Chicagc
&T Tribune, This is the tigency that is at woik
converting public sentiment. The public
see tho ditfercncu between snollinf* n unr.1
i"fonetically" and spelling it arbitrarily
and nonsensically. As for the illustration
advanced by the Examiner, it only shows
that the writer has not gono a pin's point
below the snrfacc. How would the
lover's sweetheart know that he was speaking
"fonetically" in addressing her in the
language cited. Tho souud of the letters
would not reveal it So that tho illustration,
so far as it is an illustration at
all, is on tho sido of fonetics. And even
if ho were writing to her in the tender
strain indicated, it is at least presumable
that she would be familiar with the
fact that he was in the habit ot spelling
"fonetically/' Lovers are presumed tc
v know at least that much of each others
antecedents and attainments. And, finally,
lovers are not the people who deal in reformed
methods of spelling, however much
strain they may at times put upon the
E.OgllSIl language.
As (or Uio argument intended by refer
nee to tlio writings ol Shakespeare, AddlDn,
Junius and Webster, It bos . been
eplied to a thousand time*. Would
hakcspcaro be any tho less Shakespeare
ecauso the words would beBpolled consistntly
with sound and common senso ',' The
ime argument would have been good
gainst cluuiges In the spelling
:ist was adopted in the first Bibles,
:hen "yo" was used for Uio, and
ihen all aorts of ridiculous double
Itter* were used. In a word, the argument
ow used would have made any progress
1 spelling Impossible. Such pride of
uiagoli mere pedantry, anu ^j!? !
no weight with any man poise. i
true lnadncti of a progre?lve scholar. ' 1
The VlWI drawcra auri ihe Tariff.
Wo pmume that our Harrison county,' '
0., neighbors have the model Wool *
Grown*' Association of this region. It E
bold* frequent meltings and generally difl- 1
cutses the wool and sheep question, and '
ctber Incidental questions, In nn intelli- |
gent, moderate aud Interesting manner. ,
Wo observe that at Its meeting on last Saturday
In Cadis the tarlir question came up
(or consideration, especially iu Ijenrings '
upon wool. 11 ocviiin muv euiuu auggvituuu
had been nmdo in regard to sending a
lobby to Washington for tho purpose of
assisting to defeat any legislation adverse 1
to tho wool grower*. Tho association very
sensibly voted down this suggestion. Confidence
was expressed not only in the present
Congress on this qoestiop, but special
confidence in Dr. UpdegrafF, tho member
from the Sixteenth district, whom they
seem to recognise as one of themselves in
1 all matters pertaining to their agricultural
interests. One of tho principal speakers
at the meeting was Mr. W. J3. Low, tho
1 President of the association, who said that
' ho was in favor of a tariff for protection,
1 not only on wool, but on other articles as
well. Ho very sensibly added that "the
nine miyut wumiu iu i??? ui ntuim
" when tho present reasons for u protective
' tariff might cease to exist, but for the
1 prm.iit and indefinite future he was in
1 favor of the protective policy."
Ho explained tho present wool tariff us
follows; Specific 10cento a pound, on wool
[ such as competes with ours 12 per cent, ailf
valorem, averaging tti coots to tho pound,
t making a total of Kljcents tariff. Tills is
i the protecton we have at present against
. foreign competition on wool. We need
f this protection and can't compete without
r it. Mr. Law referre<l to tho onormous lius
portatlonof 159.000,000'pounds of foreign
i wool by this country in tho winter or 1878-1).
. It was all brought in within four months,
, and tho cam?? of it was that wool in this
, country had suddenly risen to a price much
higher than that of foreign markets. Wool
! here sold at OOcentt and that was above the
cost of foreign wool even with tho 13J cents
of tariff added. But so long as wool sells at
from 40 to 4# cents in this country, and the
tariff remains as it4?j4areign wool can't be
. imported. The tariff thus gives u? tho ecj
curity of a fair though not a higher market,
j Tho editor of the Cadiz Republican was
i .called on for somo remarks, lie made u
J terso aud pointed presentation of tho whole
j subject, not only as respects wool but idso
i us regards the general scope of the proteo
3 tive policy. We quoto it entire, as follows:
' "The main reason for demand im? a pro*
tec tive tariff on wool Is to be found in the
8 different condition of society in this coun*
try from that in most foreign countries,
f and especially in several of tho principal
* wool growing countries. In Australia the
1 wool business is chiefly under the manage1
munt of large capitalists who own vast
1 flocks of sheep that feed on tho plains free
' of cost except for herding. The actual
r care of the sheep is managed with pauper
? labor at starvation wages. There are no
'* small farms managed by independent
B owuers, such as we havo iu this country.
0 The same facts are true of the southern
1 coast of Africa under British dominion,
? whero tke celebrated 'Cape' wool id
? rained.
Throughout botli Europe and Asia tho
1 older civilization of the world lms for |
* centuries been engaged in solving the
* problem of how to live cheap, and in trvJ
ing to find \vhat is tho smallest possible
[) amount a laboring man could live on.
Even in Englafid the laboring man cats |
* meat only once or twice in a week, and in I
* China a man buys enough food to supply I
1 his wants for one day for lour cents.
1 "Tho civilization of America is the ex1
net reverse of all this. The problem here
15 is not to ascertain how cheap a man may .
live, but how well he Inav live;
} not how little ho can live on, but how!
' much he can make use of. Tho American
" farmer performs exactly the same kind of
J labor that is |>erformed by the peasantry I
| of Great Britain, France and Germany; 1
J the same that is performed by the Russian
" serfs; tho same that is performed by the
' low-caste laborers of India and China;
1 the same that is performed by tho half1
civilized half-breeds of .South America,
^ Australia and Cape Colony. But he lives
1U U UlllClUlb UUIIM1IV11 JIUI11 ill I IIHW,
" and his aims iu life are on an entirely dif1
ierent scale. Instead of being content
" with a but to live in, and a pot of rice for
' food, lie has a substantial dwelling furr
nished with every eoinfort and luxury that
1 science and art can bestow, while his daily
" food is abundant to excess, and limited
| only by his tastes. He not only enjoys
' every substantial comfort, but lie mukes
' use of every intellectual and moral help.
' He has books and newspapers, he has the
school and church, he uses the railroad,
t the nostollice and the telegraph. He reaches
out in every direction, and instead of try[
ing to find out how small an amount he
1 could subsist on, his endeavor is to find
f out how much and how well ho can make
. use of all the vast and beautiful world into
' which he has been born.
"It is this difference in civilization, this
J difference in the condition of' socicty that
i furnishes the real excuse for protection by
r tariff. If civilization were equal throughout
the whole world, if pauper labor no
' where existed, then the rule should bo free
' trade, or possibly a light taritl merely for
t revenue, but bo long us labor is oppressed
anywhere, aud especially while it is op.
pressed in the greater portion of the world,
1 the American laborer, whether on the farn
1 or in the factory, has the right and the duty
t to demand that he shall be protected against
I the results of that oppression.
"It is not for tho welfare of the world
' that the American farmer or tho American
artisan should ever be compelled to live
j coarse and poor, and share the fate of those
who have been compelled to toil without
1 hope under the dynasties of the eastern
continent, but on the contrary it is for tho
) welfare of humanity that they shall be
. fortified in their proud position'until every
' nation shall learn that tho highest condition
of society can only exist where labor
is free and best remunerated."
After the abovo remarks, tho discussion
went on at boiuo length, tho members geni
crally expressing themselves with force
, ami poini, una an giving evidence that the
i farmers of Harrison aro reading and think
ing men. Indeed, as Mr. S. B. Shotwcll
i well said, "the object of discussion is to
i pet men to thinking." He also very sensibly
observed in regard to all such matters
as tho tariff, that "tho afl'airs of human society
arc so interwoven that when you
touch one you aro very apt to touch many
others. The value of any material object
i is generally tho result of laoor."
The Association; holds its[uext meeting
, on the last Saturday of this month, at which
i time it will discuss the question, "should the
, farmers of Harrison county wash their
sheep?"
We commend this manner of discussing
i important questions to our West Virginia
tanners.
Pfriw?l.
Tho late Jaiie* T. Fields was a warm
friend olCiURLEs St'iuucK, who ono day
told him this incident relating to the com1
position of his fins Shakespeare ode. Mr.
Fields had mentioned one passago which
ho thought especially good?the one descriptive
of the murder. "Ah," said Mr.
Sprague, "how well I remember tho day I
wroto that!, I was keeping a grocer's aliop
on Tremont Row at tho time. It was a cold,
stormy winter's day, and I was alone In the
shop, sitting over a sheet iron stove. I had
just reached this passage, and was hoping
nobody would come in, when a man opened
the door and asked for a quart of train i
, ' .J .? ; / * .
>11. J *11, tir 1.filledlib Teael lor hlmT
rod handed it back. and then tnr bind*
reeking with train-oU, I finished that paa ire
"
Meiaaonler li to squander hli time a
p?rhap?-ln painting a mlnatureof
ilr?. j'.'ickay.'for which lie will receive .
10,000 fran.'*-#1,0ut *10,000. At a much :
imallcr ralo thi" "ill hla Income would be
>vtr $600,000 a year. Meiaaonler himself
a very little man. In liU vn?t atelier be
ooksa very dwarfish necromancer. The
mate ia ni|ualine, long, unit tllps at the end.
A mustache hidca tlie mouth, and the chin
it covered by uawallow-tulled beard, which
ends below the nethermost limit of the
waistcoat. Very whlo apread shoulders supuirt
thu head. A short body rests on abort
legs, which are of spindle thickness. Thu
whole faro and figure exprcaa decision, aaiurauce,aud
originality pushed to tlie verge
of eccentricity, Meissonlcrapeaka English
Willi UCIIUCIUIU ur?|l\uii:iuii. nil IIUII
stronger to the cuHouh little artist would be
wanting in penetration if he failed to diviuo
in him Kutne soft of greatness.
They tell a good anecdoto of Attornoy
General Brewster. He was on the floor of
the Uoubo tho other day before the body
convened, and was ordered away by a door
keeper. "But I aui Mr. Brewster Attorney
General," Bald lie. "I have only your word
for it," answered the irate official: " that old
trick won't work here." "Well, said Mr,
Brewster, weekly, "if I am violating the
rules, I will retire." A Congressman ?ppeered
at that moment, who recognized tho
ne\y cabinet ollicer, atul ho was ullowcd to
rvmain. *
Postmaster-General- Howe, when a judge
in Wisconsin, triedaeaso for murder in
which tho deli'iiso was insanity. In speaking
of conscience, and its duties in governing
tho Actions, Judge llowo said: "If driven
from its post by general aberration or
Hinothercd there by strong delusion, ac niintyliilllu
(>iiniu\d tint lint till tlntni utwl T
tun unwiiifng a doctrine nliouhl prevail
under sanction of which evcrv petty offendtier
may fancy lie is sick, and every unmitigated
villian is dignified into u maniac."
Lord and Lady Dufferin keep up at Conwtantinople
the amusement of private theatricals
and poetical tableaux which they introduced
into the court circles in Canada,
'fheir daughter Lady Helen' .Blackwood,
and her brother Terence, lately appeared
in a living copy of the well known picture
of "Spring" representing u charming pair
in a awing. When the curtain whs lifted a
hidden singer softly sang Gounod's "Printemps."
The young Biackwoods have all
their mother's grjiee aud beauty.
Edmund Yates, in a recent number of
the London World, published an. interesting
sKetch of Mr. Whitelaw Iteid, The
?Annlli>llHn t\omrvwi %!? ..hi...
wuu<ii%*uig (' > ?>? 111 |'l> v. VUB OBllHl UIUU*
tions that wliile Mr Iteid was on his rcccnt
bridul tour in Europe, "the editorial charge
of the Tribune was intrusted to Colonel
John ]fay? who has served his country in
various diplomatic poets all over Europe
Ono day he came to Mr. Keid, and allowing
him sottie verses, said, 'Just look over throe;
of course you can not print them.' The
editor was not quite certain, but he had
: thein put in type. And then he paused, as
:u* well he might, for the verses were headed
'Little Breeches.' When they appeared
at last in tho Tribune, their success was astonishing.
People in tho cars nulled the
cutting out of their pockets, and passed it
from hand to^iand. Th?*ncame Jim Bludso,'
and the rest of the 'Pike County Ballads,'
and Colonel Hay went oil" to Lurope
on another diplomatic mission,"
j iow many a uouic nas occn rouueu 01 sunshine
and happiness and rendered sad and
ik'Mjlato by the loss' of somo dear and netted
child. This is a dangerous .season for children,
and parents should keep Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup handy. Price 25 cents.
The frontispiece of the February Art
Amateur is a charming "Decorative Dream"
of St. Valentine's Day. Other noticeable
illustrations are a full-page drawing of Vibert'g
"ltoofers," owned bv W. II. Vanderbilt;
a page of pencil studies by Gerome;
fifteen engravings otttinton pottery; including
a dozen tiles dccorated by Solon, and
pictures of the studio scene in "Esmeralda,"
an old German kitchen, and some
very curious Spanish embroideries. The
designs for china painting and embroidery
are specially fresh and attractive.
Noteworthy features in the table of contents
are "An .Esthetic Pretender" (Oscar
Wilde,) "The Dudley Gallery," the picture
"Collection of John Jacob Astor<" "Tapestry
Painting," "Embroidery for Bedrooms,"
"La Chaumiero Indienne," (the
cottage home of two nrtfcts in rural France,)
"A. Boudoir of the Eighteenth Century,"
and "Artists, Views on Woman's Dress "
Those who love genuine decorative artand
despise the shams that- parade in its name
will find The Art Amateur exactly suited to
their tastes. Four dollars a year, thirtyfive
cents a number. Montague Marks,
publisher. 211 Union Snunro. Xuw York
I had Chronic Catarrh for years. Feruna
cured it. I. Strasbcrgbr, Pittsburgh, Pa,
I?I E?>.
IIAXKE?On Fridujr mominR, February 3,188?,
Oscar, ton of Henry unci Eva Haake, aged eight
yeant, three motuhs umUlxduy*.
Funeral from the family residence. No. 1*0 Sixteenth
street, Sunday afternoon, February 5, 1882,
at 3 o'clock. Interment at Mt. Zion Ccmettry,
TROI.L?On Thursday February 2, 18S2, at 0:10
o'clock p. Kuwx, wife of J. T. Troll, In her
thhiittlh year.
Funeral from her late residence, inPt. Clalnvllle,
Oiiio, on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment
at St. Clnirevllle Cemetery. Friends of the
family are inv.ted to attend.
BUDKE?On Thursday morning, February 2.1882,
at 12:so o'clock, Lizzik, old^t daughter of \Villlam
und Sophie liudke, aged twenty-eight yean.
Funeml will take place from her parent*' re*idetuxytto.
1S0C Jacob street, on Saturday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Friends of tho family arc invited to
attend. Interment at l'cninsula Cemetery.
[Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette pica*) copy.]
iig GREAT GERMAN
[ mnmI REMEDY
DC J RHEUMATISM,
Br NEURALGIA,
OOTTT,
IlilP135" ^'"liiillj SORE THROAT
quinsy,
1 llrasiE '! ~sWELLiKa3
frosted feet
xsuriaxrs
Wiiillfilffi1?! I BOALDS|
All Dials fAIHS
No Pr*j*rtU?* OS tank tqudi ?t. Jiccm On. u a iir*. '
mttcnoa u urn umcabo.
1818 81AU 8I0QQISTS AID DIAIOS II MCaietX&
A. VOGELER & CO.
. Baltimore, Md., V.8.JL
PSffSKi <
Iwdi, Ao., to to tbclMllj InUMrwM Job oS* <
>gy>OV?RTI??M?WT?.
T70R SALI?itX THE HOUSEHOLD "
Jj furniture will be aold t private aale at Ha
UQlCbepltooatreet. H.COHK. tyA
yy ANTED.
A flnt-claaa mould makor to taka charge of tha
mould abop of the Nor* SootU Gla* Company at
S'ewr Glaagow. N. a Apply by Utter, atatlnc watee
requited,firing refamuce, Ac., to W. G. HKACH,
Manner. or HKNRY LKAHURK,
fy4 New Glaifoy. N. g.
Q.ENERAL STEAMSHIP OFFICE. I
nuaageto end from Europe can bo aecmedat I
lowcat ratea via either of the following tun ateam- I
ihlp llnea: Anchor, American, Allan, t'unard,
Uulen. Inntan. National, Red Hiar, Stele, and White
Btar. Railroad tlcketa on nil the route* alwon aele.
JOHN HA I I.IK. A Kent,
fy4 1300 Market Hreet
SHELVING AND COUNTERS FOR
SALE.
r ifvi ui anuiving wiin grocery Dins.
Also two ilrst-class 10-foot counters, at
No. 44 Twelfth street.
fyX W. 8. HITTCHIN8. j
^VCTIOX SALK OF STOCK.
I will sell at the Court House, at 2 o'clock
TO-DAY (FEBRUARY 4) $8,000 of Belmont
Nail Company's stock.
fy4 W. H. HALLKR, Auctioneer.
QttGANS AT A BARGAIN.
One Standard Organ, two stops, $30.
One Taylor & I-'arley Organ, six stops, $40. J
One Mason & Hamlin Organ, six stojw, $50. I
One filiotiinger Organ, four stops, $0). \
fs-4 At WILSON& RAUMKR'fl.
JJEAL ESTATE BULLETIN:
t?flO will buy a frame il welling and lot WxlfiO.
1830onljr lukcd for u two-story brick dwelllug.4
rooms, and lot 33xC0.
fl,IOOf?r a cottage and lot 00x130, on Lland, on
easy term*.
For Sale?A large twivitory frame dwelling, eight
moms, nnd two small frame dwellings, In the sixth I
ward.
A ?mnll country leslduuco and threo acres of
ground for 13,000.
ns?crri, a Due garden farm, five mIlea from the
city, aelli on ?usy terms.
A farm of 100 nrres, near Wetf ee, and two large
farms down the river of 170 and 4VJ acres aro offered
very cheap. Alio afarm of sixty acres.
For Kent?A fow houwK Inquire at the oflleo.
U. A. Bt.'liAfcFr.K dt CO., fyl
Opt-ra House Comer.
JJEADQUARTEIiS FOtt
Pino Watrhne anH niamnnrie I
11UU 1IUIVUUJ UUU I/1UUIUUUJ i
AT
I. G. ?ILI^OI\r,S,
1228 MARKET STREET.
Largest Stock In the State. fy4.
NEW ORLEANS SUGAR,
Clarified and Common Brown,
For Sale by
R. J. SMYTH.
SUNDRIES.?Smoked Herring, Saratoga
Chips, Choice Cranberries, Royal Making
Powder. French Mushrooms, French Pea?,
Mess Mackerel, Condensed Milk, Canned
Apples, Canned Pumpkin, just received.
R. J. SMYTH,
t.. i rv>- \f.,.,.1 v..?i. c.
QHKAI' COUNTER AT
JOHN FRIEDEL'S
FOR TIIE NEXT TEX DAYS
E will Close Out, at Very Low Prices, a line of
Decorated Tea anil Dinner Warp,
Chamber Sets, Cologne Sets, Vases, '
Plain anil EngraYed Glassware,
Anil a large variety of ORNAMENTS.
JOHN FllIJSDEL, 1
fyl 1130 Main atreet.
J^IST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the rosiofflco at Wheeling, Ohio
county.'W. Vo.. Saturday, February 4,18S2. To obtain
any of the following the applicant must atk A
for advertised letter*, giving date of list:
LADIES' LIST.
Carroll. Mi-u Florence. Nash, Mix S. J.
Boyd, J<wey. Smith, Mm AnnaE.
Kr.nvu, Mr*. Jancy. Summer*, MUs Minnie.
FUher, Do.a. Si?errie, il i?n Mattie.
Jones, Mi* Mary M. Wagner, Mi*. Resale.
Jones, Mlvt Mary.
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
Boyd, John A. Parrlll. T. J.
Hcli hi, C. F. Khcnbottcn.
Baker. Einannel L. Rhode*, J. D.
Dickey. Charles W. Koytrs Master Huyligs.
I'otta, Geo. A. Rtimdy, Henry.
Diverse. Jarae*. Sharper. Edward.
Duncan, Will J. Sargeant, Shannon.
Golman, L. To See. of Union Spring
Galloway, R. T. Valley I.Tu Im. Co.
Hltiuiau, C. C. Taylor, Mn O. W.
Jacke, K. \V'h?iion, Major J. W.
Jacob, John. Warren, J. W. .
Mc.onnlc, Win. B. Watklus, Alonio. 1
FIRM'S J.1ST.
Wheeling, Cincinnati <& Mineral Ra?way Cc. (
ir i.v n?.
fy*4 | II. STEULIXO. P. tt. fl
OPERA HOUSE,
Tuesday & Wednesday, February 7 & 8,
Matinee Wednesday?21'. 5t.
The Survival of tlio Fittest!
SIXTH SEASON!
<T.AY RIAL'S
Majcsllc Revival of tlio Famous, Uoral'and Picturr*|iic
Drama of
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
Elevated to tbo Position of a Historical Drama,
By Mr*. Harriet IteecherSlowe,
Forming the StronKcat Company that has ever pre*
oenicd this ixraullful Home Picture of
LIFE AMOXG THE LOWLY.
Powerful Donble Company!
Grand Sccnle Effects! Celebrated Trick Donkey.
" JERRY I"
Mammoth Trained liloodhounds!
Tbc Maguolla Jubilee Band!
Grand Trunaformitlon!
Prices 25 and 85 cents. No extra, no higher. Reserved
Scats will be on kale at Wilson ?fc Haumcr's
music Btmv. fyl
.ComfoounS
I
Tubercular Disease of lungs and
Bronchitis. y
Tubercular conramptlon of the lunga la that form
of the nUttuo moat common, moat fatal, and until
recently considered Incurable. Tubercle, from
which the name la derived, la a morbid product, deposited
from dlaeaacd blood in vailoua parta of the
body; and In proportion aa that fluid la Impure, and
length of ilme It remalna ao, will tubercular dlaLheaia
continue.
Fall Rivm, Mam., March 26,1879.
Jamu I. Fellow*, Ekj.:
DturSir:?About three yearc ago I waa attacked
with bronchiUaaud tubercular dlacaae of the left
lung, and Buffered for two yeati ao aererely that I #
waa unable to attend to nuMnoaa. Ahout a year aco I
1 waa advlaed to try Fellow* ?rruj\of IfypophX. I
phi tea, and before I had flnUhed one bottle my ap- L
potto and atreuath were greatly Improved; my
n>iwn WV..UV inr w-uuiwrac, niv?it*p wUNund
uid iefrc?hln*, which had not Seen thecaie for
Ih*dtuffervdfrom nerrousnm and
lUncult breathing all the time I wu sick: but Tour
?yruphaacureditall IadvUcallpetwwiaMed
u I waa to u*c Kollowa' Bjrrup of Hypophoephitea.
(Signed) JAMEi H. 8TKWART. l
An eodlea chain of good effect* It fonnad by Pit.
L0W?' OoKfooHD sv>ur of llTromoernrrn, and ft
we an nfe In aajrtnf, from a long experience in
medicine, ita virtue* are not poneaed by any other {i
XMnbination, fy* TMW
PBT OOOPft-OlO. ?. TAYLOR.
jEO. R. TAYLOR
WILIt OFFER
rHISWEEK
Extraordinary Bargains In
colored silks
AND
IRISH POPLINS
TO CLOSE THEM OIT.
GEO. R. TAYLOR
jivltes tli# Special Attention of tlu
Indies to the Lnrge?Line of
30L0RED SILKS
AND
IRISH POPLINS!
Just MARKED DOWN to] Onelalf
the Cost, find placed on the
hunters to be Closed Out as soon
is possible.
5E0.R. TAYLOR
i'ill open on "WEDNESDAY his entiro
New Stock or
LADIES'
iambric Underwear!
Whlftli. linvlnrr hoon
. .... . ...g WVVM WUUUiab'
wod for his own trade, will be
mnd gatisfeotory in every parenlar.
J?a
f . -.T' , y
OROCBR1E8 AHO TOBACCO. _
JJEADQWABim FOB
CLOVER SEED, TIMOTHY SEED
AMD
GROCERIES.
CHEAPEST and LARGEST STOCK
IS WEST Y1I1Q1XIA.
Anolhtr lot of PIKENIX PATENT Fl.OUIt
In but >1111 barrels. Try It anil you will use
no other.
All nicrclianta aro Invttrd to examine onr
lock and be convinced Hint we keep good
goods and lell at clow figures.
JOS. 8PKIDKL &. CO.,
WHOLESALE 0R0CEK8,
fyl mo Main and UlTHoutli streets.
SIMON BAER&SONS
FRE.SU ARRIVAL OF
Vnw n*?lnntio IfnlnooAo
MWll VIIVUIU 1UUIOOSC9)
New Orleans Sugar,
New Valencia Italslus,
New Loose Muscatel liqlslns,
New London Layer Italslus,
New French Prunes,
New Turkish Prunes,
Now Currants,
Silver Lake Flour,
White Frost Flour.
We carry the beat assorted and largest
stoek of Groceries in the Stato and request all
dealers to call and see us before buying, and
we willsaveyou money. We have a full line of
Fresli Candies,
For the Holidays, which we will sell lower
than any house in the State. Call at
SIMON BAER & SONS,
it nin - _i innrt ?
iios. i4iz ana hi* Mam street.
deC
MUSICAL GOODS.
0LOSING OUT SALE OF
MUSIC FOLIOS, MUSIC ROLLS,
"VIOLINS, FLUTIS, BANJOS,
MUSICAL TRIMMINGS, AC.
WM. H. SIIKIU. M 12th ST., WASHINGTON IIALL
)? ''.
jyjUSIC BOOKS BELOW COST.
A Urgo lot of Opcias,'Muric Collections, lustraotlon
Booki for all Instruments, Miscellaneous Music
Books and a largo stock of
TIT. A KIT MrCTf! ItfVtH UVTAW /v?o?n
to close tlicm out.
Wlf. II. SIIIEB, 63 Twelfth (trcct, Wuhlngton IlnlL
J?fi_
jq-EW MUSIC.
Orundmothofa Choir. 30c
Old liiiivHU Drawer 41k?
Take iie Ibirk to Home uud Mother 40c
I Durllne, I'll Come Attain :wc
I MooniHsim* on the Mku (i'Uuo) 60c
I Prwuim of the Part (Piano) 60c
Elfin Dances (Piano) 80c
I PHtti'B Walt* (llano) 40c
All Mt half price. New munic received dally.
You caa cut any piece of mimic publixhcd chcapcnt
from \VM. II. SIlIEIi,
Ja5 53 Twelfth itrect. Waahlngtou Hull.
) pIAKOS! FIAKQS!
BARGAINS!
Some EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS in
PIANOS at
LUCAS' MUSIC STORE.
CALL SOON.
No. 1142 Main Street.
Jt19
DRUGGISTS.
I IV .. P _ IT.- rtUiU
a Bonanza lor me uniiaren,
I No nectl now to use nnmlous vermifuge*!. Logan
it Co.'i I'LKASANT WORM mi<P Is pleasant nod
effectual I'rlce in large buttle*, 2> ceut*.
LOGAN & CO.,
DrugjlaU, Bridge Corner.
ALL ALONG THE LINE
18 heard the cough! cough! cough t of the distressed
multitude. Get speedy relief by using Dr. CHAPMAN'S
1IORKHOUM) BALSAM, an elegsut and
effective remedy for Congha aud hoarseness. I'ric?
in large bottles, 25 cent*.
WAN & CO.,
Druggist*, Brldgo Corner.
CUT THIS OUT!
We are headquarters for Trunca. Supporter*. Surglcnl
Instruments, Syringes, Ac. The best and latest
good* at bottom prices. LOGAN A CO., i
Druggist*, Bridge Corner.
THE BEST HOMESTEAD
L? pood health. There it no pill lu use which so I
fully meet* the average want as Logan ?fc Co.'* I
IIOMBnTKAD L1VKK hlLLS. Forty pills In each
box. Little pill* for children, larger for adult*. The
cheapen auu best pill in the market.
LOO AN ii CO., |
ja21 Drugglsta, Briigo Comer. I
A SUPPLY OF FRESH AND RELIABLE
BOYINE VACCINE VIRUS
From the New York Board of Health, just
received at
EDMUND BOOKING'S) Agent,
PHARMACY,
ja30 Cor. Twelfth and ChnpHne Sta.
IT NEVER FAILS
Dr. Roberts'
. Cough Syrup!
"Will instantly relieve, and quickly ctire,
COUGHS, COLDS, HOAR8ENK88, BRONCHITIS,
?fcc., and will afford greater relief in
WHOOPING COUGH than any other remedy.
"NVe guarantee that it will do all we
claim for it. It is put up in large bottles and
sold for 25c by all dealers in medicines.
R. A. HcCAUE & CO., Proprietors,
don WWUKIJKfl. W VA
IJIO OR FROM EUROPE.
Are you Bolnjj to ?end for any of your friends in
Europe? orpeihatw jou contemplate a vhdt to the
old country. In either caw call at tho unuendined
ftni for a prepaid or outward ticket at lowest
rates. H. F. BKHRENji,
ffl Na g!7 Market street
steppes
Inducements Reedy, WrlU or call on BEATTY,
Washington, N.J. uolO
AHU8EHBHT8. _
OPERA. HOUSE.
EXTRAORDINARY ENGAGEMENT!
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
FEBRUARY 3 &. 4,
Anil SaturJuj Hntlupo?2 1>, M.
The Faahlonablo Event of the Pewon, and Flnt
Appcarince in Mil* City of thu Great
/ntQch Artiste, 11 LLC.
RHEA
Bl'PPORTEP BY
MR. J. NEWTON GOTTHOLD
And Uor Original Conipauj-.
Each performance Rlren In the EnglUh Language.
Friday, February 3 CAM I LLC
Nntimliiy Mntlucr HM., ASIILI.i:
Hnttiriln> Kveil In*. Feb. I AIHUHNW:
Pricnof AtlnMon. 75 and 50 rents. Rowrrcd ]
So?i?9100. To bj |>rt*-urcd at Wilson .V IWiuimr *
mu?lc fturo on and niter \Ve<1iip*duy nuanliiff. 1W>runry
1. Mitiincviiria*, Maud 20 ecut*. Ilwnwl
Ant*, 7"i roiiU. Jii:U>
Tliu steniuer "Utile Anna" will make an extra
trip to Martin'* Ferry.Saturday night after the i*r*
formance.
OPERA. HOUSE.
MONDAY, FEimUAIlV (i, 18S2.
Direct from Nlblo's (Jatden, ot New York,
The Original and Only
BARRY <Ss FA-!ST'S
Coniody Complin}',
MULDOON'S PICNIC,
uiuaicab ounva 111 ADlUBVOlCili AUlinir;
SHrlino! nnldoan, ^ II utrli f'ny
.Ulrhnol Mnlcnli)' llllly llnrry
TIUtIK ORIGINAL CHARACTERS,
SupiKjrUnI by a con* of
First-Glass Specialty & Novelty Artists,
Under the inaimin>mciit of WI I. I.I AM UARlllS,
Manager. llowurd Alheniuuiu, llo*tou.
Make Xo MiMnUc! TI)Im In tlie Only
Original Mnldoon Picnic l'nrly
In CxlNtcncc!
AdmL?.Mon RO and ?5ccntx. No cxtrn rlmrgo for
Rewmd Heat* HmUichu he wared ut WUniu Si
Bauiner'fl music More ou and after Miturdnv. February
4. CUAm. MKIA'ILLK,
fvl ?'i^lne*w Mmim.Tr.
DRY POOPS.
EASTERN DRY GOODS STORE.
GREAT
CLEARING OUT SALE!
Preparatory to Iuventory.
100 CLOAKS & DOLMANS
MAHTTFT) TimVV
From 15 to 25 per cent Below Cost.
50 pair Grey Blankets, 35 pair
Wliito all-wool Itlankuts, 20 per
cent below manufacturers' prices.
Gents' Underwear reduced from
50c to 37 l-2c.
Ladies' and Children's Wool Hosiery,
knitwear and lined, ut cost.
10 pair Grey flannel, reduced
from 25c to 20c.
ladies'Skirts and Mndc-np Underwear
10 per cent below cost.
HiallKenMCoJ
I V I
lllO Main St.
STATIONERY.
JJARUAIH3 IN BOOKS.
We rail attention 1o the following lint of books
nnd priccs as a cainplv of the bargnlns in good Hut*
ntun!:
Tennwon, Scott, Hhnkei-prnn.', Byron, llurn?,
Clmnccr. Owan Mcndith. Jcuu Ingelow,
Moore, Ilrownlnp, Colcriuee, Dante. ?,U\,
Ac., in reu lineuilt edge*, ilhiRtnited 8 1 00
In plain cloth nnd edge* - 75
Mneanley'* England. 5 voln, fine cloth 2 f?u
Humes' England, l> vol*., in box B 00
?i'?boH'? Rome,vol*., in box :t oo
Tnine * Engli'h Lituroturv, 1 vol 7f>
Kollin'* Ancient'History, 4 vols 00
Thnekemy'? complete Work*, 11 vol*. 10 DO
Dickon*' complete work*, US vol* & CO
Stafiton & Davenport
ja27 No. 1301 Mnrket street.
gLANK BOOKSTlie
largest Stock,
Greatest Yaricty and
Best ({unlit}*.
For sale at Retail at Wholesale prices by
JOSEPH GRAVES,
do31 Nm. 2fl Twelfth Btrc-ft,
HATS AMD CAPS*
HATS AND CAPS
NEW GOODS! NEW STYLES! IN
Silk anil I'usslmcre Hats,
Seal and Coucy Caps,
Gentlemen's Bearer (ilovos,
And ft fall line of Boys' and Children'!
Hula and Caps for the Holiday Trade, just
received at
GEORGE J. HATHISOH'S
dc!5 1222 MARKET STREET.
Queen City Hotel
FRED YOIGT, Proprietor.
N.E. Gor. Slxtlrand Race Ms,
CINCINNATI, OIIIO.
TERMS?$1 50 to $2 00 per Day; or on
European Plan, Lodging 50c. 75c and $100
per Day.
jar We hare added a new house connected
with Hotel, and renovated Hotel all through,
and are now in first-class trim, and can ao
commodute the traveling public and trade in
general to bottor advantage than before.
N. B.?This in tho most central Hotel of
any in thecity, right among the Business jind
Amusement portion, and Street Cars run
from in front, or within one aquartof house,
to any part of the city; It is the nearest hotel
to Exposition and Music Halls. no20-w*g
AGENTS WANTED SWHffii
Machine wrcr Invented. Will knit a pair of stockInn.
with beel and toe oompleta, in 2b mltmit*, it
wtu alio knit a peat varloty of fancy work for which
CO., 409 Wuhlnjtou Unset, Boston, Maaa.
========UtOAL NOtTtT^^^
John J. Wrchamioih?n,-| ' C
Kd win D. UlroU and othnn. jln c*4*no?ry.
JAjUtl lluiikv Ol llhlu o.J'm v'. ''"""i.*.
Jng. K'll at public iit-iu, ii.' i 'jr **>'
uV?4 Miithu-, j.iiii,
that Utomy: Lot ten un . w5^ I
tleren (II) as tu not ukw, |J ??
Jacob Mrvr I; ami |mrt ,,f |?|
(cvtuii Tlilrty thi.il tttwt t !,u !',fu 'Ut^i
Ibm? paruUmljoiu,an'.) i '"}'"luijVjS
^ na "U,ul lu> ^touTi !?;' * (t58
Tl?l* property will Iwnfl.rtsl in* ,
Ti MiorHAus-onfrthini, f &***.
Mid <? much Im.rv n? the* 1.11m. r
*"d ?h? UkUttvf, in tWo ',,,
tw#yca? with liiUiuit fix.ili ,? . ^kmS'
.iiuMf toKivenoti*Hi,i, B.??*
IhedrfernM payment,.,aim ., .!.ft.*"
uuUlfuPhvri.nlt'ntf tlictimi '"US*
A.J, Cl?AltKK, hi.H uii1,.,
jtlfrWA* ' ' -,^"""1^ '
Wr rlriurof a dwi| oft nut in..? ? . '
and Kllwbctli Kvnt. ?. 1 . " '*
I dated February 9. ks. ami t ,1'J" I
the t*l?rk jit thot outity ttuirt?.t ?'U?un?nhC H
Yirulula, lu IK-imI of l rust U?,k \:\ ' <* ^B
will M*ll Hi public miction ut the (rvui-WjV
Court Houae of Nililniuutjr.nu
SATURDAY. TllKtTll DAY OK M.VV.nUw I
commencing at 10 o'clock m . t!i?. fuUr.wi
mrH?c?l property, Di?* i? i" mj J in-,
of that lot of ground xltimt. .1 <>n 1 < ^B
numbered aa lot eluhiy-tin ..
btrcvV Detweni North N <>ik ai.-i n. - i, n-it.'.Sir
ottthepl?tolZane? nd.h .A7}^B
Inn aa laid out by lleury >
a reservation of the width t.i i .1 f.n t,fl? J^B
cud of miUI lot for11private nil.:, t.wthttwifS H
and lingular the Improvement- tlu>twn ibdJ.
hereditament* and uppurtei.ntue*
thereto. ^ H
'the tltlob believed t v . a Vut ItlW'M
only the title voted tunic 1. >i :
Tkums orBaut-One-thUdot tlxnti?l
a? much more mm the |?ii'?! 1 uuy <1,^
In baud, the twknie in two v<|Uul ln?ulinnki^l
six Mild twelve months with till. (n.intbr
of ?le. thPpuichuKT jdvluu mt.s*.- i,i?n,t?^B
of trust and policy of Imuiuuce on the{.n**nfu^H
the deferred payments.
* I' lllLDRna.Trwto
V. J. W. fownrs. Solicitor. ;iJj ^B
mRUSTEE'S BALE OF
REAL 1CSTATE. I
By virtue of a deed of tru-t m*tlc *.r JJ.
lap tome aatiwtee.datrd th- vimm
tuum, 1861, and recorded In the :V.m .
of the CotttiU Court?f Ohio county, W.m\\^xH
011 Deed of Tru-t lu , w n,.. r; , I
nubile nucthiii. ut the front doorol IticCwnU^^B
of laid county, on H
TUESDAY. MARCH 1MU2,
commencing ?t luo'elock a. m., tlie foli.iV.skM
scribed proj?orty, tliut i> to my. a certain
INIIWI 111 IAIIM MUiatUt lll'lir \V(*t IIUtlTSi
county, Went Vlnjltdn. containing uUiutirciil?
ami lielliK 'In? Niinu u|-uu which tie itiiliY
Dunlun now ictldc*.
1 will convey ouly the title voted in ac ti?j
deed of tru?t. 'm
THKXB0r8AUt~0nc-tbinl tin? i>iirrht*r BQM
on thodny of Nile, the Imlunee in tuoiiiniiSS
tnent>. nt tdx and twelve months with InttmtE
ay of m?lf, the purchaser tjHii.j: note* imuhI
deed of trust ou the probity u.rthc di!?n4ia
went*.
J?U WM. M. PINUP. Tnate
pOMMISSlOKEU'S SAlZ
lly virtue of * decree of the Municipal Ctatfri
Wheeling, made on the ?!d day
1881. In the cause of Catharine S liwtl'ur.?4t>
L?ttutor, Ao.,u?aliut yuy LotiK- o?hc iud?ba
I will, on
THURSDAY, THE 23n PAY OF FEBKA
A. i). lh\!, S
beginning nt 10 o'clock a. m.. toll nt the (nttj?
of the Court House of Ohio county, Wert Vumi
the following described real e?tnk-: Then<?"iu
of the south halfof lot No. 71. Mound ?u
hide of Main mrcet, eutre Wheeling, htvinjoiu
two-Rt? ry btlck house.
Txxmh of Sale?One hnlf of the |mrrhu?b?q
audi, and ImUuce |wyublc in uu- \?*ur wl'.Ult,t*M
Hud orldmccd by note witnpN.l |*tv.tiil w<?r
Title retaineduntil further ?m ? r ?if tbcO?n.
T. J. HL'UI'.S SjHi inl CommlhkMt
Wm. II- Hau kr. An tii'ii. - !$
iNRHR&Mrr.
rpME MAKUKACrr UKI1S'
Fire insurance Compaiij,
OF WHEELING, W. VA.
Ofllco?No. 1301 Murki-i ?!r?t.
Capital, - - - $100,000.
DIUKlTUlH.
A. W. raull, W. K. IVudleiou, H IT**.
John J. Jones, Ueoiffe Hook.
Itobt. hiinivbon, Alex. J. (Xiil. HoU 'asu.
KOBT. 'KANUI.K. IWioL
W. K. PKNDl.KTuN, Vl.vl'raMOL
J. ALDKKSON. Seeretury.
JOS. KMSIlhl >lhK, AKi'iil.
Insures all kind* of nroiKMiy ut miMtimbltsk
fvl ;
glUMFICAKT FACTS.
I lilt Is expedient to lumro jiropcrty which a
I b? restored, I* It not wisdom to limine llle, ?m
J cannot be restored ? Compare the KATES o! tit
Mutual Life Insurance Hi,
OF NEW YOKK,
And itMcimh awotaof over 191.000.000. wllb tbnU
any other mutual Com jxuiy in the World.
ANNUAL TRE1U0M FOK AN IKSCItASOl
ti.ooa
5 ? I 1 i |
? S B :
- 5 K 2 K i
s'" s eg 1 =l
'? =55 I =3 ::
*4 i <.
25 10.01 10.SU 10.80 10.4:1 ! 411
30 1?.:I0 22.70 22.70 22.10 121
33'22.42 20.38 20.50 20.2J
40 20.01 31.30 31.50 31.2*) M
45 02.27 37.97 38.00 38.08 S7J
50i 40.10 47.18 40.20 47.2.' M
Jtill W. 1-. I'KTKlCSos. An*
EDUCATIONAL.
aTchool for girls
9BOOB1TY, MOTHERLY CARS. GOttD BUI#
1XO. DELIGHTFUL LOCATION AND
REASONABLE CHARGES.
MT. DE CHANTAL ACADEH
NEAR WHEELING, W. VA.
The thirty-fourth year of thli well-known lii
for girls, under the chnnie of the Hlitei*of uv.?V*
tatloni open*on the 1'IIWT MONDAY OK SOW
BKR next, nud continue* ten month*.
I?upila received at any time itt th?* ?*?Ior.
Thorn* who desire to place their dtiu?hten 'J?
Institution aflordine exceptionally c >?l mlntf*
In the way ?>f healthful and delightful l-*nw?.?
cellent board, thorough discipline and lu?trrf*^
?v UIV uniiMT <>I IIII.-IIIIIK urauu'l*. ill MIT)
10wit of (emtio education, Including ih?- D?fl
language and raurtc, at very muouible ?*
ihouJd M-nd fnrarclalqcuo id thU ? liuil. .?!!?
MEECTUKBS OP THE ACADHMY
OF TUB VISITATION
Mt. DECMAttit
Jylj-p-iw Nor WhfTlinc. W-H.
WEST VIRGINIA UhlVERSIH.
XIXKdepartmentacf >tudy: text
AT COST; calendar arranged to mil tr*rfxatf
peruca for one year from 1175 to taw. n<m
liberal, thorough. Fall term lx*tii? SETPD?
7,1881. Alteiiamirx* lait rear fr.iin .ScowtiM
n?t Virginia and from 8 Bute* aud T?-rrlw*
Sumber of itudeuu larvtr than fur lea ]&P
tIou*.
% For catalogue* aud other Information
th? Acting Pnaddeut, D. B. PDH1NT0N, *?*
town. Wert V*. ?
Two Coniwr Commerrlal coin* and
English branchc*. HjtecUl nrrwiRMWi" ;
thorough Instrurtlon In the KnglMi I n.:*!**
dividual liiktructlon. Okn enter nt mo Htw ^
admitted. Qtll at college <<r x n1 f"r
Addrw, J. u. FRA.'iiKlc A rft.
anfrfMw m .. ;*2l.
PICTURES AND ART MATERIALS' H
^PPLY WEATHMU STKII'S
To your door* and window. and nub J* H
born*? inort* comfortuMo.
Ct?t mrwl in fuel.
. Urmntoukou n?nd. ,, u s??,i I
Ajcrit fur M
MrXurn ITtiiaoArl sum-. _
J7MBEUJSII YOL'Ii IIoMIa
U3VKLY PICTURES, EI.KOANT FIUMB
IlIhQUE H AHU I" 1 t8tIW
ATKIKK'S, ma MAIS' STUM*
New Arrivals, SplorotM ftl*pl?y, cNflrS
M*nrH?n*lv < hinp. ? nil "i.-l
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