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PRINTED AM) PUBLISHED IJY
CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT,
intelligencer buildings,
>V. K. '?nrifr t>f Qniucn oU<t M>iin-St?.
rr E 31 M S :
Daily. (by mail, payable in advance,} $5.00
i;y the Week, (payable to tin*Carrier.*,) 10
Tii-Weekly, (per year.payable in advnnce,) 3.00
Advertising done on reasonable terms.
All advertisement* from a distance, or from transient
citv customers, innst he paid in advance.
?INSURANCE.
ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO.
OK CHARI.OTTSVILLE. YA.
Capital, ?400,000
Pennsylvania Insurance Co.
OK PITTSBURGII, PA.
Capital $300,000
Commonwealth Insurance Co,
OK lfARRISBURG, PA.
Capital $300,000
Quaker City Insurance Co.
OF PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Ca pital $600,000
TT1IIE above Companies having appointed the undc-r
JL signed their Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity,
would respectfully solicit the patronage of the public.
Said Companies aro well known to be first class offices.
All Ios3es promptly adjusted. N.C. ARTHUR. Agt.
feb5?lv Office overthe Bank of Wheeling.
Choice First-lass Insurance
? IN THE ?
1*10? -tt.vRTER PKRPFTUAL
Capital ?.l,000.o0O, absolute and unimpaired.
WITH A STRPLU3 OF ?506,387 S8.
And the prestige of 38 years success and experieiu
Assets, Junuury 1, 185 8.
Ca.-h in liaiid.&l>ei>ositesiii Hart f"d I lank*, $.148.123 G9
Cash in transit and Ageiit.*?'hands 160.S72 05
Money due tin* Co.. secured by Mortgage,... 5,418 01
Real Estatu uiiincumhcied 47-653 42
Hills Receivable 35.177 IS
MARKKT VAI.I'E.
102 Hotid.sC,7 A 10perct.iiiteredt,annually.$J02,000 '>0
057 Shares Kail <?uad StOck 54.446 00
Connecticut River Co. Stock 1,250 00
Stafford Bank
Waterhury Bank
Providence
Hartford "
New York "
Jersey City
5.000 00
5.000 00
1,000 00
190.000 DO
5OO,0f?2 50
1 1.425.00
.S. Trust Co. Now York Stock...10.000 00
New Yoik L. I. and Trust Co 22,000 ?n>
50
36
2:?'i
8035
15
loo
150
$ 1.506.3S7 SS
TOTAL LIABILITIES:
Unsettled claims not due $173,026 84
A-"*/-Losses Equitably adjusted ami promptly paid.' (y?
Upwards of S I 1,000,000
Of Los?fi have paid l?.v the .Etna Insurance Co.,
iti tio* past 38 years.
FIltK AND INLAND NAVIGATION
Ki?k* accepted at terms consistent with solvency and
fair profit.
Jitjvciiif attention giren to Insurance of DWELLINGS
unit Content f for terms of one to fire years.
The progress of this Corporation has been stable
and uninterrupted through seasons of financial sun
shine and storm or periods eventful in or exempt from
sweeping conflagrations and maritime disaster. Be
ing long" established, on a cash basis, the troubles of
the credit system affect us in no material particular.
During Hiard timoa" the security of reliable Insu
rance is an imperative duty?the ability of property
holders to sustain loss being then much lessened.
Policies issued without delay, and all business at
tended to with dispatch and fidelity, by
SAM'L P. HILDRETH. Agent.
Office at the Saving's Hank of Wheeling.
feblO?daw till Jan 1st '50
INS URANCE .
The Fire&Marine Insurance Co.
OF WHEELING.
INCORPORATED IN 1831.
r |1AKKS RISKS AT TUB LOWEST RATES ON
1 Buildings i?! all kind?. Steanibt?ats, Furniture and
Merchandise. and against all dangers attending tlie
Transportation of Goods on rivoin, Beas, lakes, canals
ami railroads.
R. W. lUitMXO, Sec'y. IfKXRV CBAXGLE, Prcs't.
DIRECTORS.
J. C. Ao!i?wii John Donlon, Rob't Morrison,
It.Crangle. S. Brady, Sam'l Ott.
l>:i!i'l Lunl?, Rob't Patterson,
IRj^Applieations for Insurance will be promptly at
tended to by the President and Secretary.
jan 28, *53
TO .THOSE WHO "WISH TO BE
INSURED
Alt A INST ALL CONTINGENCIES.
rpilEJIIOMK INSURANCE COMPANY
JL of New York.
Cash Capital (every dollar paid in) $1,000,000
" Contingent Fund (over( 500,000
The largest Cash Capital for the amount of risk oi
any office in the United States.
W. F. PETERSON, Agent.
M'HE IXSUR AXCECO.OF THE VAL
1 LEY OF VIRGINIA.
Cash CimAi.(paid in) $300,000
Much the largest Cash Capital of any oflice charter
ed l r tlii" State.
?C-tf-Fire and Inland risks taken on the most rea
sonable term*.
Losses equitably adjusted and promptly paid by
W. F. peterson, Agt.
'PHIS CONTINENTAL INSURANCE
I COMPANY, of New York.
Cash Ct vital (paid in) $500,000
Cash Contingent Fund (over) :j75,o?)0
la thin ofllce the assured participate in the profits
without incurring any risk.
W. F. PETERSON. Agent.
1MIE lynchburg IIOSE & KIRK
INSURANCE COMPANY.
C.isu Capital $100,000
W. F. PETERSON, Jr.. Agent.
ft?-0rer $2,500,000 of Cash Capital represented by
thi- old awl well established Agency, where every losa
its the above oflice has been promptly paid in Wheel
?ng. lu-f,,re it was due by the terms of the policy.
W. F. PETERSON,
Oflice next door to the M. & M. Bank,
jy7,'",9?ly Main st. Wheeling.
Great-Western Ins. & Trust Co.
OF philadelphia, PA.
pcrptiu if (Xtpital. ?500,000.
T^IKK INSURANCE, on Stores. Dwellings, Public
BuiMIugs, and Merchants generally, Limited or
P-rp-timi.
Marine Insurance on Vessels, Cargo. Steamboats
H,1'I Freight?? to all parts of the world, also,Inland In
siiranee on Goods to all parts of the country.
\ C. L\throp, Pres't 1.. Gar.oonr, 2d Vice Pres't
** m. IHclixg, Vice Pres't J as. Wright, Sec'y A Treas
DIRECTORS.
^ has. C. Lathrop, Win. Darling,
Alex. Whilden, Tlios. L. Gillespie,
Isaac- Haxlehurst, Jas. B. Smith.
John Hunter, Ifou. Henry M. Fuller,
E.Tracy. Jdhn It. Nod?os,
John It. McCurdy, James Wright,
Jonah J. Slocnm, Alfred Taylor.
losses equitably adjusted and prompt
ly paid.
Applications for Insurance will be promptly attend
ed t> at the "Bank of Wheeling'* from 0. A.M. to 3
mand before and after said hours at the
o'nee uf the Company over the "Hank of Wheeling**
b>; , N. L. DORSET.
Jel8,*59?ly Wheel in 2. Va.
ELI P. NORTON,
Attorney andCounsellor at Law,
>*o. ID Nassau Street,
mhl?TydAlmtwAw NBW YORK.
"AIR CALF OVERSHOES,
MEN'S BUFFA 1/0.0VE It SHOES. fn?t received
T. J.* EDWARDS',
jbusiness cards.
ALF'D hughes, m. d.
HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
OFFICE HOURS.
Morning,, to 9; Noon, 1 to 2; Evening, 7 to9.
Quincy.tr
J. A. METCALF,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND
MANUFACTURER'S AGENT
for the sale op
rl?9' S,'"d??: 01tts8> Cincinnati Soap,
IroiV Flint Glassware, Lard 0111,
5 . ? Groeii Glassware, Lime,
>I>nng8, Printing Paper, Plaster Paris,
A-Mes, Wrapping Paper, Cement,
^ ocxlen Ware, Starch
! tt-T?s?.ther with mQD-v articles of Pittsburgh and
| Wheeling manufacture.
No. 50 Paxton'9 Row, Main St.,
"orl7 Wheeling, Vs.
NEW FIRM.
T1.FKl?TE!iorGNF'DirAVK ASSOCIATEDTHEM
' "e? es together as a firm, under the styl'
Maxwell, Campbell & Tingle,
FOR THE PURPOSE OF DOING A
Wholesale Grocery
GEN'L COMMISSION BUSINESS
tl,e nx"" for?">Hy occupied by
Wo roapeclfully aolicil the the attention of thu Trade.
TimsI oYm?rm ''?,xlnn' Oonlon A Co.
r ! ; '?,ewi"' U?t .1 Iiowell.
GEO. I!. TINGLE, late with List A Howell.
jan4-'59.
SAM'L P. WHEEIEK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
*N?. ISO Fourth Stj-ect,
myli!?ly WHEELING, VA
P. C. HILDRETII & BEO.
Manufacturer's Agency
?>?? IN J ni 11 Sti'oei,
WIIKKLI.NO, VA.
FOR THE SALE OF
Norway Nail Rod, Zhic Wiul, Hoards, G:,iv-d Iron,
nS Wm.iowGhM. Sheet Iron,
Printing I'aj><-r, -\vire,
'. . * Jlnnnet Hoards. Zinc,
c t Wrapping Paper, SheetConnor.
. [?rings. Smiths* Rell?ws. Ac., Ac., Ac.
The highest market piico paid for Hags. FlaxstHMl,
Ginseng, Scrap Iron. Ar. Ac. drc27,'60~It
?I . BOON" M ? J, V II E ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Oftick. X. K. Cor. Monroe A Fourth Sts.
( OpjHixitr the Court Ifousc.) \\ 11 j-; hjj 4\q y ^.
V P7tctir4.il, t)i? several Courts of this
and the neighboring Counties.
leo^of^''"';',tl'''1 Mi" e!rC"n'o1^iCy0'
T. SWEENEY & SON,
(SUCCESSORS TO SWEENEYS * BELL.)
? M A X U F A C a- U K K li S O F ?
FLINT GLASSWARE,
Cliina, (iupcnuware, Lamps, Girau
<1o1ch, Table Cutlery, &c.,|&c.
JVo. 05 Main Street^
WlfKKLIXO, VA.
MATHEW McNABB,
MANUFACTURER of VINEGAR
AND DEALER IN
COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Ha* constantly on hand a supply of
Flour, Corn Meal, Rran,Rliort8,
Stuff, Corn, Ilalvd liuy, itc,
All articles sold. will he delivered in any nart
of tho city, Free ef Charge. augfl
?V. richardson. A. II. CALDWELL.
RICIIARIXSOX ?fc CALDWELL,
Attorneys at Law,
OJTice. JV. E. comer Monroe iC- Fourth sts,
*cplO?ly WI1KKL1 NO, VA.
WM. WALLACE,
Attorney at Law,
- A X D -
NOTARY PUBLIC,
MAKTIXSVILLE, BELMOXT CO., OIIIO
Particular attention will he given to the col
lection of claims. aug2 lvd
S. HARPER & BRO"
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DKALKIIS I.N
HATS & CAPS OF ALL KIi\DS.
129 Main St., Wheeling,
WE WOL'LD CALL SPECIAL AT
>> TENTIOX to our very large and bt li selected
Stock of Flats and cups, purchased from the largest
houses in Xew \ork, and for Cash. Consequently we
can and will ofTer great inducements to anv wanting
our lino of goods. Wo have now on hand nil kinds o.
Fall and Winter Hats and Caps, which we will sell
unusually low. [decU] S. IfAKPKI! A BRO.
EDMUND P. ZANE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
- A N D -
I Com 111 iftwioxier in Cliaiurt-y,
OFFICE: Corner of Fourth and Monroe streets.
W II K F.LINO, V A
i 49* Will practice in theccurts or the Adjoining
; counties and give particular attention to the collection
. of claims. novlG?ly
The Citizen's Deposit Bank
OF wheeling.
1> ANK open from 9 O'clock A. M.. UNTIL 3
I> P.M. Discount flays?Thursdays 10 o'clock A. M.
4S~Money received on transient deposit.
Interest paid on special deposits.
4S**Collectionsniadoand proceeds promply reini ttcd
DI hectors:
Jacob Rerger. J. N. Vance.
Jacob llornbrook, G. W. Franzheim,
Warren Cooper, .7. K. Rotsford,
Geo. K. Wheat, Chester I). Knox.
? .T. R. Miller, Cashier. Alfrku Caldwell. Pres't.
[feb4-*591y]
M. DFIETLT, Y,
Wholesale Dealer in
GROCERIES,
Forfif;n and Domestic
Wines and Liquors,
Nos. 55 & 57 3Iain Street,
mv7?1v WHEELING, VA.
Savings Bank of Wheeling,
Office, Jfiiin-St.. Itetween Monroe and Union.
Money received on transient deposit.
Interest paid on Special Deposits. Collections
promptly attended to. Exchange on the j:n.-t i?ouglit
and sol<l. TII0S. II. LIST, President.
SAM'L P. IIILDllETIl, Treasurer. jan!4-'59
The N. Y. Paper Warehouse
ON THE I)E LmRITE PLAN.
Rule and finish our entire stock of
Fine Papers, in our own establishment. Stock
from the best Mills in the country, by an entire new
process, using patented machinery, exclusively our
own* Rill Head Paper?two, four, six or more heads
to the sheet. Patent Headed and common Rill Cap
and Blank Rook Paper*, style and quality of the ruling
unsurpassed, at a small advance in price from plain
paper. We are prepared to finish to order for Dealers
and Stationers, goods in their own wrappers stamped
(device furnished) without extra charge. Will ex
change from our stock of ruled papers with manufac
turers. for Flat Paper, to their advantage.
carson A: IIAllI). Wholesale r\i]*r Dealers, No.
4*1 Rf?ekm*n str#eK New Qork. ap13-*f>91y
fftfiln ?(utdlig*um\
TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
Twelve Solid Lixes op Nonpareil, (or one inch,) or
Leso. make a Square.
Three Weeks, %l 50
One Mouth, 5 00
Two Months 8 00
Three Months,- 10 00
Six Months, 15 00
One Y?ar 20 00
One Day 1 sqr $0 75
Two Days, 1 00
Three Days 1 '25
Four Days,... 1 50
Five Days, 1 75
One Week 2 00
Two Weeks 2 50 .
j83**Special Notices Pou >le the nbove rates.
-^Yearly Advertising on reasonable term*, accor
ding to the space occupied and tlio uumberof changes
mode.
All advertisements from transient persons or Strang
ers, to he paid for in advance.
Legal advertisements will be charged at the rates
prescribed by law.
Buaine?s Cards not exceeding five lines, $10 per year,
or $0 for six months, but for a shorter period nothing
will be counted less than a square.
The privilege of Annual Advertising is limited to
the Advertisers' own Immediate business; and all
advertisements for the benefit of other persons, as
well as all legal advertisements, and advertisements
of auction sales and real estate, sent in by them must
be paid for at the usual rates.
/*5r*Advertiseiuonts not accompanied with written
diiections. will be inserted until torbid, and charged
accordingly.
Notices for Political Meetings to be charged In all
cases at full rates.
Marriages. Notices of Funerals, and announcements >
of Fennons, 50 cents each. novll-'&O
Tlie Seducer mid Ills Victim.
[From the Rev. Henry Ward Reecher's Sermons.]
The seducer! Playing upon the most
sacred affections, he bctray3 innocence.?
IIow? By its noblest faculties; by its
trust; by its unsuspecting faith, by its ten
der love; by its honor. The victim, often
and often is not so much the accomplice as
the sufferer,betrayed by an exorcism which
bewitched her noblest affections to become
the suicide of her virtue 1 The betrayer,
for the most intense selfishness, without
one noble motive, without one pretense of
honor?by lies; by a devilish jugglery of
fraud; by blinding the eye, confusing the
conscience, misleading: the judgment, and
instilling the dew of sorcery upon every
flower of sweet affection?deliberately,
heartlessly damns the confiding victim!?
Is there one shade of good intention, one
glimmering trace of light ? Not one.?
There was not the most shadowy, tremu
lous intention of honor. It was a sheer,
premeditated, wholesale ruin, from begin- ;
ningto end. The accursed sorcerer opens I
the door of the world.' to push her forth, i
Site looks out all shuddering; fur there is j
shame and sharp-toothed hatred, and ;
chattering slander, and malignant envy, j
and triumphing jealousy, and old revenge j
?these are seen rising before her, clouds j
| full of fire that burns, but will not kill.? |
! And there is for her want, and gaunt
: famine. There is the world spread out ; ?
' she sees father and mother heartlessly !
I abandoning her, a brother's shame, a
i sister's anguish. It is a vision of deso- ;
! olation, a plundered home, an altar where j
! honor and purity and peace have been in? j
j siduonsly sacrificed to the foul Moloch.? j
j All is cheerless to the eye, and her ear !
| catches the sounds ofmourning, wails and 1
| laments; and far down, at the horizon of;
i the vision, the murky cloud for a moment j
lifts, and she sees the very bottom of infa- j
I my, the ghastliness of death, the last spasm ;
| of horrible departure, the awful thunder
i of final doom. All this the trembling be- i
! trayed creature sees through the open door |
I of the future; and with a voice that might
raise the dead, she turns and clasps his ,
knees in awful agony: '?Leave me i??>t! |
I Oh! spare me?save me?cast me not away I
! Poor tiling?she is dealing with a dotnon! !
j Spare her? Save her? The polished
j scoundrel betrayed her to abandon her, !
and he walks the streets to boast his hell- ,
I ish deed! It becomes him as a reputation!
I Surely Society will crush him. They will j
smite the wolf and seek out the bleeding )
j lamb. Oh. my soul, I believe it not! What
sight is that? The drooping victim is
| worse than the destroyer! lie is fondled
' courted, passed from honor to honorandshe ;
iscrushedandtnangled under the infuriate j
tramp of public indignation! On her man- j
gled corpse they stand to put the laurels
on her murderer's brow! WhenI see such j
things as these. I thank God there is a j
judgemsnt, and there is a Hell.
Tlie ticniu.s and Mls?rvof S. S. Pren
U-*.
Prof J. II. Ingraham, who now prefixes
"Reverend" to bis name, has lately been
contributing some sketches to the Augusta
(Gii.,) Field. In the course of them he
describes a visit to the grave of S. S. Pren
tiss, at Notches, Miss., and thus explains
the secret of the unhappy life of that rc
I markahle man:
Emerging from a romantic dell, we came
upon a high road which led us to a small
brick enclosed cemetery, half hidden by
shrubbery. We had inquired for Prentiss'
grave, and we were told we should find it
within this pleasant enclosure, wherein
three or four ancient looking, moss-grown
toombs were visible, half obscured by
vines. The iron gate was locked 1
climbed it, and making my way through
matted grass and tangled creepers, stood
before the upright slab of white marble
which marked the resting place of tlie
great orator. bared my head in the
presence of the mighty dead; for with all
his infirmities, Prentiss was the peer of
the greatest intellects of his age. Jus
tice has not yet been done to his noble
character. His errors arc always refcrra
ble to his physical infirmity. He was
lame?very lame, and had been so from
his birth. When he grew to boyhood,
sensitive, and talented, and ambitious, lie I
keenly felt his lameness, and wept over a \
deformity, which, in his own mind, degrad- |
ed him in the presence of his schoolmates.
Early he learned to taste the bitterness ,
of mi ambitions and lofty spirit feeling
physical inferiority, while lie was proudly ?
conscious of intellectual superiority.? !
When he became a man, his painful sensi- !
tiveness as to his lameness, led him to ex- i
elude himself from all female society.?
Under the crowd of his morbid feelings, ;
he fancied women scorived him. The barb
thus rankled ever in his heart. He did !
not known till long afterward, when a
lovely woman gave her heart and hand, !
that a true woman is interested more by
the splendor of mind in man, than symme- j
try of person; that beautiful women look
rather to the intellect and are dazzled by
it, no matter how plain the casket.
For thirteen years of his earlier man- i
hood he refused introduction to ladies. ? !
Such was the sensitiveness, of this proud
nature. He well knew his own intellectual
powers, and knowing them, he despised j
more and more his infirm body, and be
lieved that all others did. Yet his face
was wonderfully handsome. His head was :
large, and noble and grand in outline.?
His smile was beautiful. His powers of j
conversation were imperial and unap- 1
proaehable. Vet consciously feeding upon
his own morbid emotions he despised him
self. He felt (like aouio uiigim augel in
chains) bound to u body thai lacked tbc
full and perfect impress of mind. This
one unendurable idea was never absent
from him. Once an injudicious friend, in
discreet with wine, said:
"Prentiss, what made you lame?''
Mr. Prentiss turned upon him :i wither
ing look of scorn, hatred and contempt,
und answered in a hoar-c and terrible
whisper, before which the otliT trembled:
"Go*s curse, sir.'"
Then turning his back upon him, with
a lip tremulous from unfathomable feeling,
he covered his face with his hands, and
hastening to his chamber, cast himself
upon his bed in a paroxysm of bitter weep
ing. Who could not pity such a man ??
Who shall wonder, Oh uncbarinble Phar
isee, that he sought relief at the gamiug
board, staking the thousands recklessly
upon a card, or in the intoxication of the
wine cup? He gambled not for money, he
drank not for the love of strong drink;
but to escape the pressure of damning
thought. The sight of this infirm limb at
times would drive this proud man to fierce
despair. What cared he for the sots who
flocked around him and drank at his ex
pense? They were his tools. He made
use of them to help him drown reflection.
They drank for sensual thirst of drink; he
to quench the fires of thought. He de
spised them. Not one dared take a famil
iarity with him. He who spoke to him
lightly of his lameness was unforgiveti by
him forevermore.
Who will fling the stone? Who will
condemn? Who can judge him, who
was never in his place? What mind tan
conceive of the intellectual and moral
torture of this proud, brilliant genius,
going through life, hating hi? own form,
and shunning for vear3, God's greatest
and best gift to man, from a sense of self
degradation in woman's presence?
No, justice has not yet been done to
this great and wonderful man. lie was
not understood but by a few of his nearest
friends?never by his boon companions.
They fancied he was such a one as them
selves, when he towered above them like
a prince, and despised them like a god.
Ilis own brother, who wiote his life in
two volumes, did not at all comprehend
his true character, and has unawares left a
false and unjust impression of him upon
the minds of his readers.
Even the grave lifts its voice in echo of
the vulgar opinion which classes him
with ordinary inebriates and reckless
gamesters. It was with pain 1 read the
inscription upon the headstone; it is with
pain 1 copy it. I give it below :
It'Thou, J?ur?1. hli*ul<lat mark iniquity, who .ihall
rttUlltl?
llut there Is forgiveness with Thee that Thou nmycht
lie feared.
S. S. PRENTISS,
It O II X A T V O U T I. ^ X I) , 3! E .,
SKl'T, oO, 1808.
Departed
T II IS 1.1 F E
AT
Natchez,
July 1, 1 850.
Had not the Holy llible some other ver
ses than these, bitter ones? We are all
sinners, but why should this man be thus
held tip as a sinner more than all?
Chills and Fkykk ! Chills ani? Fever!!
?One of ilie greatest remedies that has
ever been laid before the public, for Fever
and ague, and which have received the
highest encomiums from the press and the
people, is Dr. J. Hostetter's Celebrated Hit
ters. Who would endure the torture aris
ing from this terrible disease, when it can
be so easily cured? Who would endure
sleepless nights, burning fevers and icy
chills alternately, when a remedy can be
obtained for a mere trifle? And yet how
many families linger out a painful existence
under this deadly bligh, and do nothing
but gulp down quinine, until it becomes
as common as their daily meals, and yet
thev are not relieved. None but the fool
ish and weak would hesitate to procure
these valuable Bitters, and save themselves
intense agony. Sold by druggists and
dealers generally everywhere.
j&3f*Sce advertisement in another col
it inn.
FI RE PROOF,SAFES.
J. N. VANCE,
AGENT FOR THE SALE OF RL'RKE k RARXES
FIRE & RURGLAR PROOF
SAFES.
Having Removed to the ],.H'go and Commodious
Warehouse,
XOS. eo AND i\'i MAIN STREET,
Offers for sale a full assortment ??f the above Safes
at manufacturer:*' prices. These Safes are
SITER10R TO ANY NOW IN USE,
ANI) WARRANTED TO BK
FREE FROM DAMP,
ANI) ARK SECURER RY THE REST
POWDER &, THIEF-PROOF LOCKS
janlG?Siu
S. AYERY,
wholesale k RETAIL
Hat and Cap Manufacturer,
1STo. 1-1 ii Main Street,
WHEEMNG, VA.
lias on hand the largest ami bestassortment ??f Hat*
ami CapH of all qualities and size*. jnnll
A PPLES.?20 bbl? prime Russetts fur sale by
J\ novfl SMITH A UOKRKLl..
DISSOLUTION.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED 1IERERV (JIVE NOTICE
JL that the co-partnership heretofore existing under
the name and style of McKeen, Pat ton .t Co., was
mutuwlly dissolved on tlie 20tli of January last, and
tilts aebts due the Company are to l?c coIlccte<l by
Geo. Warren or his agent, Win. C. Grey, who is to
pay aR liabilities of said Companv.
<JF.O. WARREN.
TIIOS. R. Mr KEEN,
W. M.PATTON.
Our old friends are invited to give us a call. nihS
GEO. E. WICKHAM,
AUCTIONEER
COMMISSION MERCHANT
No. 34 Cor. Market & TTnion-Sts.,
Wheeling, Va.
Strict Attention Given* to Eastern Consignments.
Remittance* promptly made. der 10
TREES, &c.
I HAVE FOR SALE, FOR TIIE SPRIXC. OF 1SCQ,
Fruit Tree*: Small Fruit Plants. viz: The l.awton
New Rochelle) and Dorchester Blackberry Plants,
lospberry Plants, h large variety of Strawberry
Plants. Giapeviues. Evergreen-S Ornamental aiul De
ciduous Trees, Ornamental Shrubs; Hybrid. Perpetual
and Climbing Ro*es. Dnhlias. Flowering Plants. Hon
eysuckle*. Climbing Shrubs. Ac.; Red Dragon Bnlbi.
Also, Shrubbery 1 i Cemetery Lots.
JPaT*"Tucker's Illustrated Annual Register of Ru
ral Affair*. forlSGO,*' cun be had by applying to me.
Price iio cents.
STRAWBERRIES.
Wilson's Albany geedliug Plants, for sale by the
lOu or l.ooO, warranted genuine.
BLACKBERRIES.
Lawton (or New Rochelle) Plants, for sale by the
doz. or 1.000.
GOOSEBERRIES.
American Houghton Seedling, by the doz. or ICO |
one or two veart old.
RASPBERRIES.
Hardy Gcnessee Raspberry Plants, for sale by the
100 or 1,000. Also, Orange Brlnkle, and Large New
Monthly
CURRANTS.
White and Red Grape and Victoria and Black Na
ples, by the dozen or hundred.
Orders for Plants can be brought from the Nursery i
of the Proprietor in a few hour* notice, which for ?
this section of the country, is much to the advantage
of the purchaser. Apply to
TITOS. HOR.VBROOK,
4 miles on National Rood, East.or No. 1181$ Main St., j
between Union and Monroe (up stairs.) t
tay Orders left with John K. Botsford, Water
street, will be promptly attended to. mhlO j
New and Select!
I DESIRE TO INFORM MY FRIENDS AND CUR- :
TOMKRS. and the public generally, that 1 luve
just returned from the EAST, with a
LARGE & VERY SELECT
assortment of GOODS, which I have selected with 1
great care, and a full regard to the prevailing East- J
ert prices.
MY STOCK OF
Furnishing Goods & \olions
will be found to be very choieu. You are respectful
ly invited to examine it.
MY ASSORTMENT OF
Cloths, Cnssiinercs and Y eatings,
L. incus and Marseille* CJoods,
is very varied and complete, and my selection of
HOSIERY & UNDER GARMENTS
comprises every article desirable for the present and !
approaching Hoason. 1 respectfully invite inspection I
of my G..od>. TIIOS. HUGHES.
No. 33 corner Monroe & Water Sts.,
mhO-lm Wheeling. Va.
CLARE L. 7.AXK. S. V. .MILLEtt
C. L. ZANE & CO.
Importers and Dealers in Fhreign tC Domestic
Wines and Liquors,
Manufacturers of
Pure ('aiuwlm Wines,
Quixcv St&kkt, between Main & M vkket Sts.
WHEELING, VA
KEEP constantly on hand Brandies, Scotch and
Iri-h Whiskies. .Tinuaica K tuns-and Cordials,
Choice Old Rye and Bourbon Whiskies. sep27?ly
Thousands are dailv speaking in the praise of
DR. EATON'S
INFANTILE CORDIAL,
ami why? because it never fail* bt ajfurd instan fit'
ncous relief when given in time. It acts as it' by
magic, ami one trial alone will convince you that
what we say if true. It contains
NO PAREGORIC OR OPIATE
of any kind, and therefoje relieves by removing the
suffering* of your child, instead of by de^dvuiag its
sensibilities. For this icasoti, it commends it-elf as
the only reliable preparation now known for C'lill- (
?lrcn Teething, Diarrliora, Dysentery.
Griping lit flic Uowcls, Acidity of* flic
Stomncli. Wind, Cold ill I lie Head, and
Croup, also, for softening the {jams. reducing in
fanimation. regulating tfu Bowel*,and relieving jm in.
it has no equal? being an <mti->i>a*mailic it i? used ;
with unfailing success in all cases of Convulsion j
or ot Iter fits. A* you value the life and health
of your children, and wish to save them from tiio.w
sad and blighting consequence* which arc certain to I
rests It from the use of narcotics of which other re me- j
dies tor Infantile C-onjil oiuts are composed, take none \
but Dr. KA'fOXS 1XFA.XTII.E COItDIAL, this 1
you can rely upon. It is perfectly harmless, and can- I
not injur* the most delicate infant. Price.!!? rents. J
Full directions accompanvitig each bottle. Prepared ;
only by CHURCH & DL'PONT.
No. 400 Broadway, New York. 1
Health>/ human Wood upon being
ANALYZED
always presents in with the same essential elements,
and gives of course tlt<> True Standard. Analyzed the
Itlbod of a person suffering from Consumption. Liver
Complaint. Dyspc'iHiIn, Scrofula, &.*. and we find in
wry in x fa net cor tain dejh-ienciex in the red globnh-s
of Supply these deficiencies. and yon are made
well. The BLOOD FOOD is founded upon this The
ory : hence its astonishing success. There are
FIVE PREPARATIONS
adapted to the deficiencies of the Blood in different
diseases. For faugh*, '.'olds, Branchitis, or any atlec
tioti whatever of the Throat or Lungs indicating Om
sumjttion. use No. 1, which is al*o the No. for lh'pres~
sum of Spirit*. Loss of Appetite, and for all Chronic
Gmnjflaints arising from Ocrr-use. General lability, 1
and JVsm.it< ]*rattention. N??.2. for l.'rcr (innplainU. I
No. II. f??r !)ysj?ep*ia. Being nlrtudypvcj*>rrdjarnlt
scrptinn it i- taken l>y drop* and carried immediately
into the circulation, s<? that what you gain you retain, j
Tho No. 4 is for Ftmtdr /rmjuUiritics, Hysteria.
Ilr?rLnessi.i, tfc. See special directions fortius. For
Suit Jiheniti. Kr uj it inns. S'rafidMts Kidney, and Blad
dr.r Complaints, take No. it. In all cases the direc
tions must l?e strictly followed. Price of the Jib-nl
/?bod, Si per bottle.
Sold by CIIURCIT A DUPONT,
No. 409 Broadway. New York.
By T. II. LOGAN A- CO.. Agents for Wheeling.
And by all respectable Druggist-* throughout tho
country. mh24
J. II. l'E.NIH.ETo.V, Til. MKLVIX.
PENDLETON &, MELVIN,
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE:?Ovlr tub " Hank of Wiickunc./*
Wheelinc:, Vn.
Attend regularly the .Superior and Inferior
Courts of Brooke,' 1 Iauc??ck and Ohio counties.
ttovS?1 v
S7Gt.RO BIN SON,
MANUFACTURER OF
WINDOW GLASS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
PAINTS, OILS, SASH, HOOKS, LIME,
CEMENT, PLASTER. PARIS, AC.
N"o. 75 Main Street,
Jy4 WHEELING. VA.
~ SPRING STYLE!
Eeceived TIIIS day. the 8PRTNG STYLE
for GENTLEMEN'S HATS, consisting of the
Paris, Philadelphia and New York Fashions.
S. AVERY.
foV29 14'-, Main ?t.. Wheeling.
STOVGHTOH BITTPRS A prime
cle, put up in boxes of one do/., each, constantly
on hand and for sale by GEO. ADAMS,
mh7 50 Main st. I
STEEL.?A go?d assortment of Wm. .lessop ?&
Son's Cast and Shear Steel. Also English and
American Blister and Spring Steel, on hand and for
sale by |mh9j J. R. DICKEY.
STAR CANDLES,?10 boxes recti red an-1 f'?r
?ale by fj?n4} OLIVER PRYOR.
JlM'LOTt. XOROAX L?OTT- _ tVK.JtOlll.
SAM'L OTT, SON & CO.,
AOKXTS T\>It
FAIRBANKS'
STANDARD SCALES,
Adapted to every branch of business
where a correct and durable Scale !s required.
Counter Scales of Ever)' Variety.
PORTABLE & DORMANT SCALES
FOR STORES.
HAY AM) CATTLE SCALES.
Warehouse Si. Transportation Scales*
Scales for Grain and Flour?Scaloi for Hallroads?
Scales fur Coal Dealers and Miners?Cotton and
Sugar Scales?Farm ami Plantation Sea 1m?
Post Office Scal?i??Bankers and Jewel*
lets Beams?Weigh Masters* Beam*,
?ft\, ?fc.. tfc.
All of which are warranted in every particular.
Call and examine, or send fur an illustrated ami
descriptive circular.
N. It. These Scales have all <ttrl touring*, which
purchasers will find upon examination in not thecaac
witli other Scales offered for sale iu this city, which
are represented to be "as good as Fairbanks.*' A Scale
with cant iron bearings cannot k? dutably accurate.
SAM'L OTT, SON & CO., Agents.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Hardware, SaddleryHardware&c
Cor. Market & Monroe at*., opp. McLure House.
feb24 WlterlhiK, Va.
JAS. MAXWELL. T. J. CAMFBU.L. OBO. R. T1XGLK.
MAXWELL, CAMPBELL A TINGLE,
Wholesale Grocers
AMi
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 58 Alain St., Wltt cllug, Va.
HAVE NOW IN STOKE
950 bids. Prime N. O. Molasses.
125 hlf. bids. do
22o lihds. fully fair to prime N. O. Sugar.
125 bbls. Cr.. Granulated. Pow'd and Coffee Sugars. i
75 ?* IlruiH*"n Golden Syrup.
25 " New York do
300 bags pood fair to prime Rio Coffee.
50 pockets Java Coffee.
25 lai&ea Nat 1 I,f. ft? lump Tobacco.
4."? do various ?t*ndard brands 5t? Tobacco.
15 do do do 10s do
10 cases "Hunters** 'oS do
10 do ''Don Quixote*' }Z* do
95 hlf. ch. V. 11 and G. P. Tea.
35 do Oolong anil Pouchong Tea.
lis I bhl* No. :t Med. and Lg. Mackerel.
50 ?? Tar. large size.
15 tierces It ice.
Pepper. Pimento. Nutmegs. Cloves, Cassia,
Mustard, Ginger. Indigo, Bi-Carh. Soda,
Salaratus, Soap, Candles, Wash-board*. Buckets.
Tubs. Brooms, Nails, and all other articles em
braced in the Grocery line. ndi2
Saddles, Harness, Trunks,Valises
Saddles, Harness, Trunks, Valises
Saddles, Harness, Trunks, Valises
Selling Off Cheap For Cash!
PEB CT. CHEAPER THAN* CAN BE BOUGHT
in Wheeling, and a better article than any oth
er house can produce in this part of the country.
Please call and examine for yourselves, at 1(J5 Main
street, corner of Market Allev.
fel?20 * CHAS. MOBGAN.
THE FIRST^ARRIVAL!
Extra Bargains in
New Spring Goods!
rpo MY FBI ENDS AND THE PUBLIC, I BEG
J leave to say that 1 have just returned with a
largo and complete ftock of Ury and Fancy Good*.
Notions, Ac. And not wi.-hing to weary my friends
with an enumeration of Jill I have got to sell. I will
tell them that they will find at my store what is
generally found in a large and well selected Dry and j
Fancy Goods Stock, but what you will find no where !
else, are my low prices, which I will mnke lower than i
those of auv other house in Wheeling. Give me a
call and satisfy yourselves. I will sell you Calicoen '
of the latest stylos and b -st makes. ?*uch as Merri
m:ick. Coclieco. Sprajme. Hovles. Ac.: 9 yards for $1.
and all other domestics in proportion. I will sell you
De Laines at 12*4 cts, found iu no other house, all
wool plain at 3t^jC. an extra fine all woul pet figure,
worth 75c at 50c,"and all other Press Goods e.|ually
cheap. I will sell you Shawls for Spring wear, at
a very fair article, an extra fine all wool Bro
che border, at 4,00 north O.oo. ("rope Shawh* from
6,00 to 100.00, I .ace Points and Lace (.'apes from 4.tS?
to 30.00, etc. 1 will sell you Iri.-h Linens worth 50c
at .'57)4c, and that worth Tie at 50e. or if you prefer
Linenllosoms. ready made, I can show over loo do*,
from 12J4'- to Tic a piece. I will sell you Collars am!
other Embroideries at almost your own prices. I
have over one thousand collars on hand and will sell
those worth 25c at 10c. tluwe worth 50c at 25c. Some
real fair sets of sleeves ami Collars, at only 75 cents.
HOOP SKIHTS?lo Hoops at 37}?c, 12 Hoop* at 50c,
11 I loops at lo Hoop* at 7;*>c. 18 IlnopFat >S7j4c.
at lloopsat $l,(ii),ju<t .'rtijH-r cent leer, than formerly.
To wholesale buyers I would say examine my stork
of Cloths and Cass'iueres, Bonnet*. Kuches. KiM?ons. ?
Flowers, etc- and I am sure I will 1?* able to sell you. '
Having purchased a very large -took at low llgures. I
1 am determined to sell, and all I ask is an examina
of my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
ISAAC PltAGEIt.
mh*20 No. 123 Main st., ncar.t'uion.
t CASKS' QF TURKISH 4b 6BRHAN
?J PBUNES, 40 bu?h. round an 1 r?j.lit Peas,
S00 lbs Lintels, (an excellent article for soup,)
4*tO lb- Fresh Caraway Seed,
2?S) lbs of the very finest sweot sj-iced French
Ch??colate,
2?)0 half and quarter lw?xes of Sardines,
5 cases Cross A Black well's celebrated English
Pickles.
3 cases of **Soyers Beli-li" and ^Sauces*,"
50 whole, half and quarter drums of Figs.
5 Frales of Fresh Dates,
50 whole. and x/x I?oxes Malaga Raisins,
8 bags Alicaut Soft Shelled Almonds,
5 " Fresh Naples Walnuts.
4 *? do Filberts.
5 ** do Palmnuts,
iHtxeo splendid Coas? Oranges,
lo do Fresh Lemons.
10 doz. quart bottles Brandied Peaches, fiesh
Cherries and I'ea?,
I 500 Fre?h Cocoa nuts.
Together with a spiimuI variety of Fancy and IV>
mestie Groceries, ju.it received and for sale cheap at
the new store of G. \VM. BEESS1NG.
88 Market, near Quinry st..
mh20 fUaion copv.l Wheeling. \ a.
NEW STORE
B. B. STONE & SON
IIAVK JUST OPENED A LARGE STOCK OF
BOOTS * SHOES
^ IN TIIK NEW BUILDING ON ^
tjf I Monro** street, two door* from MafnmZyl
F|M gtrMtandoi>jv>rit* theM. i M. K>?k.F|Ll
l^wh?;rc I bey are prepared to ropply
tli?* iriwU of nil who mar farorthem wiih a call.
PARTICULAR ATTEXTIOX
will bo giveu t<? making custom work. l?oth for ladies
and gentlemen. IX- B. STONJE A: SON.
r?TREPAIRI.\C done with i>eatnc?* und
di?pat?b.
WANTED.?A few go<*l workmen to work on la
di?-' and gentlemen's wear.
janJ r.. n. PTONE k SON.
J. fi. B.tKF.R. W. C. WEIGHT.
BAKER & WEIGHT,
Wholesale Dealer* in
Tobacco, Snuff & Segars
SO. 5R III A IN STREET,
bP2.'S9?1.r WIIEFJIVO. VA. |
TERMS OF WEEKLY.
One Copy per Year,??< H.00
'? Six Months. t?0
JO&~ lNVAUi?LT Al>VA>CS.
TIic Weekly Intelligencer
Will cnte.il thirty two cjutnin. moetly 61'ed ? <h
it.J cartfall} prepaied reading ?"??? ?ml"
clng ?11 th?. nedum; it thu Lui^t uul lest
Di JUr N?wp.?per in th? taction ?-I caomry.
W. J. MARKS
G?M& Silver Smith,
No. 130 Main Street,
WHEELING. TA.
PRACTICAL WORKMAN AI WATCHES. CtOCKS,
Silver War* end .lewriry. . .
On. Thuu^uiJ cuu.cr cf Od Silver wanted in ??
change for fine W.tefccs, Jewell;.. Silver or Mated
WarSet Hip old str.r.d. ?ign at the l??lc and Watch.
oetll,'6#
b. r. wirwiL
tri'i crAHAM.
CALDWELL &: GEAHAM,
(SCCCEaSOU lO *- TAWIT.)
maxdfactvbeksor
CopperJin&Sheet Iron Ware,
No. ? Mnin-Strcct.
*?r ILL KEKI'CONSTANTLY ON HAND A COM*
>\ pl.-te assortment of atl the ware. in our line
All. cL.kinga.id '???"?M
tiaitoniii. all of which wo offer a?8 k?* >u ?*D ^e ,tl*u
a.?v other wtoblUhinmt in the city.
ipectfmlly toll tit the pntrvnag. of the p ublit which
we hope- to merit by strict attention to our busine*.
and exKutiue onr work In a neat ?u.l workn*?Hk?
?trie. We would call particularattelUI. il
(tie. for doing all kinds of Copper work. raA a? Brew
and Dve Kettle^ .illIU and Copper piping of every de
scription, all -ire. of Copper and KrWkettle, kept
C?u"nt"VuiB."l'"?nK andJ.bl.il.. ?o>k of atlklnde
will be promjitlv attended to. jyii-ra ij
J2. Hayes Co.
MA5U7ACTDB1BS OP
LIGHT CARRIAGES AND HARNESS,
SB*
rppStetbe Custom House. Wheeling. Ta. Alwaye
on linn.I Carriage. of ?uperior wolkroanshlp.
ted to give aatialaction. A leu. w.ak buUt to W? ?
the latest etvlce and moet improved pattcrua, at the
lowest market ran*- niyiiv?vy
Hew Family Grocery. ?l I
mllKSlUBfiCRlBKn BKT.S I.KAVKTU ANXOCSCL
I that he haa opened a Kamily ?roc?T al. l lor.icn
Induce Store in the old Poet Office building.1SS
Market etreet, near the corner of Ifn'ticy at, and e>?
jicit* the generoue patronage of hie Irieada and the
'"it'^rnTbjtny cuatent endeavor to ofTer._at tbo
liiwevt PI icee. the l?t fjnalitlrs the market altl>rd?.
A MIM-rior article ol Bottled Liquor. andWli.ee
1 a*iYerman 'iVudnco. eneli ae Pruliee. Len t lea. Split
IVaa. al?. all kind, of Nuts, mange. and Lemone.
wholesale end retail ..t the l. w.~t rate.. a.?
Superior llinuiia and Ia.me.itic I iirare and Tobacco
of er*a"" *b ''^v. kkS!*ino-?.
J Ffiniurl.v with Ale*, lleynmn. __
PROF. H. D. COLLINS,
"MiTXIO II lli.tN A TEAClIEl* IIERE I' R
\\ tWi> or flirt*v Ti*n? j^vt, l>eiii* nlH^t to i?
move t.. W !;i cliuc* *?? (unsolicited It.v him)
cheerfully r.-commen.l blm ae a J
well .iiiulifte.! to teach Miimc. and highly u.
herring the public |?tronage. lie give* Uasons iip. n
the I'iillio. IIIpan. Violin andtillltar. lie liae bi.li
tmrticularlv enccaaefol with l^gnineni who under hie
instruction's have rapidly ncimre.1 not only acoma-t
etvl. of fXe. uti.n. hul an el.-?at?l iitunic*! taete.
.tyleoi ???' p BOSWOKTU. of the tiriu of
W^W'-rth. Weil* * Co.
JOHN II. ANUlElt, Sttiooal Uu?^*.
Jt. i*. IA >1KS.
i;ko. bmnkdict,
W. F. C0KT1S,
r. A. WIIEKLER,
\V. P. WKLES.
Miri.tta. Fcl?. 1. istio. frba-lfl
W. T. MEEDS.
Book L3in der,
? am? ?
151,A.\K BOOK JIANI KACTl KElt,
Jute Ilia' ?crr LttilJivp.cttT.<Juinryd- Jin in tfi.
All b&cbiitioss ok iiu*k books i.i led
and made to order, printed heada if r?lUire,l.
Mauazinw. Music and all kinds of printed matter
bound in the !???! and m..st Aihstantial rtjle ??J?*
aonable prices. All work guaranteed. novil ?b?y
FOUR TIIOL'SASI) .SKIUTS PEE UiV
Rcquirins F?mr ?!i*r?tc Factories
AND 1IIK L.VliOS OF OSE TII^t-SAND HANDS
Are r?i?iirc?l by the tlcnmml tor
THOMSON'S SKIB.TS.
jan?r?
JNO. ANDERSON,
(Ptu-Cea*M>r to 3IeC!a11en? A Kn??x.)
Retail Dealer in Boots and Shoes,
At (lie well knonn Staud of tlae
j.iu10 BIO RED BOOT.
TSWlN &BONHAM,
Sucttssnrt to (toffy. Bomhvm rf O*.
MAttFAOrEOS OK
Jfarbleizod Stone,
Mantel*, Table Top?, iic. &c.
CLKVELAXL. OAIO.
^TOMwrfi-n With J. A. TAKT< TVheeliap. ail
ui.-?*t vrilli pn-mpt attention. *l?<rr Mnipl-* ?o?y aUo
W m?ii. . wpP?tm*
J. cT HAeToUR;
}i~.otaaU d: Ilrtail iMuIcr iu
CARPETS RU6S, OIL CLOTHS
Wall Pap?i, Curtain Material*,
A ml UphoNtm Ware of e*?y drtirript ion "
M:i ^ain Street.
ITtfBlSUKO. TA.
?9?<?ilt nnd Mahogmnjr Framed Looking
on hand and made to order. scpiVM*
T. H. LOOAX. *. H. LIST. C. nt'BBAKD
LOGAN, LIST & CO.
(Succenors to T. IT. Logan if 0>.)
Wholesale & Retail Druggists
BRIDGE CORNER. MAIN STREET.
Wheeling, Va.
ARE prepared to supply pnod# of wfprtiw <|?mlity
?t low price*, to sill ;h?-*?ho dim* U nd it cwiivr
nient to make theh* [MBicTtUil at thfe "Bridge Corv?*r.4
G. WILLIAM BEESSING,
It8 Market Street*
OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING,
WH RKIiING, TA.
Crocekief. Lf^coiiii, Wines. Seci^ and
FoBElG.K l*KOM~CE-{*ENF.RALLT.
fehl4-tf _ _ ' "? ' - -
SIIIPPIXO FIRS WASTED.
fPH>: IfIGIIE>T TRICK FAID FOR
1 Raccoon Pkin>, 10.W>) Wild Cat Pkin%
W*IU lied Fox do Miukrat do
!20.'J00 Mink do 10.?*? Oppot*ura d<?
2?>.u00 Ort'T Fox do 10.U00 IWr do
8 AVERY,
ocrss AX ^}46 Main ?t. w Uretiag.Ta
Light! Light! Light!
Johnson's Domestic fias Light.
WE HAVE THIS DAY RECEIVED A LARGE
etork ?>f ChandliccrB. bracket!. Stand Lump*.
I Burning Fluid. Ac- and are ik? prejaml to furrn-h
I Chun he*. IfnlLt or privitt^ tlnclliups ix* the city or
j country. with a light that in far"eA<ojvr and equally
i im brilliant w the Coal Ga?. Call a*M>n vhile tht?
| a*?<?rtiucnt is complete. Store under MeLure Hou?f,
' Market Mr?rt, Whcclhi?, Va.
XV. II. H. MOYFTOX A CO.
EVERY LADY IN AMERICA
WHO VALUES COMFORT. II HALT 11 k. KLEUAXCS
Should Iiarj one of
THOMSON'S COtUUTfiATKf* SKIRTS.

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