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VOLUME S
WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, i860
?201.
1'iiiKTED and published bv
CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT,
IKTRDlIGRJrCEn Bnl,niN(;S,
-V. 1Z. corner of Quincj ami l/'liii-Sts.
T K R Al H:
lull*,(by mail,payable in advance, JJi.no
By 'h? W?>k, (ingilMe to tli>: Curriers,)..... 10 I
Tri-WwMy,{peryear,pnyaMsin sdvnnce,) 3,00 |
Advertising done on reasonable tcrmM.
All advertisements from a distance, or from transient
city customers. mast In* paid in advance.
INSURANCE.
ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO.
OF CIIARI.OTTSYILLE, VA.
Capital, $400,000
Pennsylvania Insurance Co.
OK I'UTSBDROII, PA.
Capital $300,000
Commonwealth Insurance Co.
OF IIARRISBUIIG, PA.
Capital 3300,000
Quaker City Insurance Co.
OF PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Capital $500,000 I
r | III 12 above Companies haviugappointed the under
X signed their A gout fur Wheeling, and vicinity,
would respectfully solicit tlio patronage of the public.
SaidCjmpunics arc well known to be first class offices.
All losses promptly adjusted. N.C. ARTHUR, Agt.
feb5?ly Office orertho Bank of Wheeling.
Choice First Class Insurance
? IN T II s ?
1-10 xiaRTER perpftual.
4&?Coali Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired.
w ixn a stbplus of ?&oo,3S7 b8.
And tho prestige of 38 years success and experience.
Asseti, January 1, 185 8.
Cash in hand. & Deposited in Ilartf d Banks,$34S,123 09
Cash in trausit and Agents'hands, 100,872 05
Money due the Co.. secured by Mortgage,... 5.-418 04
ileal Estate unincumbered 47,053 42
Dills Receivable 35.177 18
markkt value.
1021*.or.d3C,7 ?fclOperct.interest.annually,$102,000 00
057 Shares Rail Qoad StCck, 54,440 00
50 " Connecticut River Co. Stock 1,250 00
50 " Stafford Rank 5,000 00
CO " Waterbupy Dunk " 6,000 00
30 " Providence " " 1,000 CO
2300 u Hartford 14 " 190,000 00
8935 " New York M " 500,0G2 50
15 44 Jersey City u 44 f 1,425,00
100 " U.S. Trust Co. Now York Stock...10,000 00
150 u New York L. I. and Trust Co 22,000 00
$1,50C,.1S7 88
TOTAL LIABILITIES;
Unsettled claims not duo ...$173,920 84
?9~Los:iC3 Equitably ailjusted and promptly pnid.'y ^
Upwards of $ 1 1,000,000
Of L<?*-*?s hare l^en paid by tho JEtna Insurance Co.,
iti the past 158years.
FIRE AND INLAND NAVIGATION
Risks accepted at tonus consistent with solvency and
fair profit.
?sj'ecinl attention fftrrn to Insurance of D WELLjyGS
on d Contents jur terms of one to five 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. Do
ing long established, on a cash basis, tho troubles of
tho credit system affect us in no material particular.
During'*lmrd times" tho 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
SA.M'L P. IIILDRETII, Agent.
Office at the .Saving's Dank of Wheeling.
f?bl0?daw till Jan 1st *59
INSURANCE.
The Fire&Marine Insurance Co.
OF WHEELING.
INCORPORATED IN 1837.
WAKES RISKS AT THE LOWEST RATES ON
1 Buildings of all kinds. Steamboats, Furniture and
Merchandise, and against all dangers attending the
Transportation of Goods on rivers, seas, lakes, canals
and railroads.
K. W. IIa&zhxg, Soc'y. Hknuv Cravclk, Pres't.
DIRECTORS.
J.C. Achoson John Donlon, Rob't Morrison,
R. Crangle, S. Brady, Sam'l Ott.
Raul Lamb, Rob't Patterson,
&rf~Applications for Insurance will be promptly at
tended to hv the President and Secretary.
jan 28, "53
TO THOSE WHO WISH TO BE
INSURED
AGAINST ALL CONTINGENCIES.
TRE1IOME INSURANCE COMPANY
1. of New York.
Cash Capital (every dollar paid in) $1,000,000
" Contingent Fund (overf 500,000
The largest Cash Capital for the amount of risk ot ,
any office in tho United States.
W. F. PETERSON. Agent.
rpun INSURANCE CO.OF XIIE VAL
1 LEY OF VIRGINIA.
Cask Capital (paid in) $300,000
Much the largest Cash Capital of any office charter
ed by thn State.
J^'Fire and Inland risks taken on tho most rea
sonable terms.
Looses equitably adjusted and promptly iw*id by
W. F. PETERSON. Agt.
THK CONTINENTAL INSURANCE
I COM 1?A N Y. of New Y??rk.
Cash cvtital (paid in) $500,000
Cash Contingent Fund (over) 375.000
In this office the assured participate in the profits
without incurring any risk.
W. F. PETERSON*, Agent.
FHE LYNCHBURG IIOSE ?fc FIRE
J INSURANCE COMPANY.
Cash Capital $100,000
W. F. PETERSON, Jr.. Agent.
Ke-ftrcr $2.5"H>.000 of Ca?h Capital represented by
this oi l and well established Agency, where every loss
?u th._- aTnve office has been promptly paid in Wheel
ing, before it was duo bv the terms of the policv.
W. F. PETERSON,*
. _ Office next door to the M. A M. Dank.
Jy7,'59?iy Main 6t. Wheeling.
Gre.itWestern Ins. & Trust Co.
OF PHILADELPHIA, PA
Charier perpctml Capital. $500,000.
IJIRE INSURANCE. on Stores, Dwellings, Public
. liuildings, Hud Merchant* generally, Limited or \
Perpetual. !
Marine Insurance on Vessels, Cargo. Steamboats ;
an! Freights to all parts of the world, also.Inland In
surance on Goods to all parts of the country.
C. L motor, IlWr L. Grmoby. 2d Vice Pres't
?? Darling, Vico I're.Vt Jas. Wright, Sec'y & Tread
^ DIRECTORS.
Cha*. r. Lathrop, Win. Darling,
Alex. Whilden, Tboe. L. Gillespie.
1:1 wc Ilazlchurst, .las. U. Smith.
?John C. Hunter, Hon. Henry M. Fuller,
?? Tracy. John R. Nodges,
?John R. McCurdy, .Tames Wright,
Jonah .1. Slocum. Alfred Taylor.
L)33ES EQUITABLY ADJUSTED AND PROMPT j
LV PAID.
M'l?li?-atkins f?r Insurance will be promptly attend- |
to at the-Bank of Wheel flip" from 0. A.M. to 3 j
o clock. |\ M., anfj bcfitre and after said hours at the
^?ucc of the Company over the "Rank of Wheeling"
?v N. L. DORSKY,
jols.\W?iy Wh-clim;, Ya.
ELI P. NORTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
lo Nassau Street,
?nlil?'lvrtftlintwAtr NF.W YonlC.
Mkx's hair calf overshoes,
MEN'S WTPFAI-O OVF.lt SHOES. Inst rwelvod
T J HPWAUrE',
BUSINESS CARDS.
ALP'D HUGHES, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
OFFICE HOURS.
Morning, 7 to 9; Noon, lto3; Evening, 7 to 9.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE: Corner of Fourth and
Qulncy streets, below the 1st Presbyterian Church.
J. A. METCALF,
COMMISSION MERCHANT ASD
MANUFACTURER'S AGENT
FOR THE BALE OF
Nails, "Window Glass, Cincinnati Soap,
Iron, Fiiut Glassware, Lard Oill,
Steel, Green Gl&sswaro, Lime,
Springs, Printing Paper, Plaster Paris,
Axles, Wrapping! Paper, Cement,
Rosin, Wooden Ware, Starch.
Together with many articles of Pittsburgh and
Wheeling manufacture.
No. 56 Paxtou's Row, Main St.,
uovi7 Wheeling, Vn.
NEW FIRM.
TIIE UNDERSIGN ED HAVE ASSOCIATEDTIIEM
t-elvcs together Ho a firm, under the sty1?
Maxwell, Campbell & Tingle,
FOR THE PURPOSE OF DOING A
Wholesale Grocery
AXD
GEN'L COMMISSION BUSINESS
At No. 53 Main-St., in the room formerly occupied by
Baker & nopkins.
We respectfully solicit the the attention of the Trade.
J AS. MAXWELL, late firm Paxton, Donlon & Co.
THOS. J. CAM PR ELL. late with Li?*t & Howell.
GEO. R. TINGLE, late with List* Howell.
Jan4-T9.
SA3I?Ii P. WIIEELER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Xo. ICO Fourth Street,
my 12?ly WHEELING, VA
P. C. HILDEETH & BKO.
Manufacturer's Agency
No, 53 3l?iin Street,
WHEELING, VA.
TOR TilK SALE OF
Norway Nail Rod, Zinc Wash Roarus, Galv'd Iron,
Iron, Window Glass, Sheet Iron,
Nails, Printing Paper, "Wire,
Steel, Rennet Hoards*, Zinc,
Axles, Wrapping Paper, Sheet Copper,
Spring?, Smiths* 11 el lows, &c., i*c., A*c.
The highest market pric.i paid fur Rags, Flaxseed,
Ginseng, Scrap Iron, Ac. ?tc, dec27,';?'J?1 y
J. BOON M'LURE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFricH, N. E. Con. Mo.nroe A Fourth Sts. j
(Opposite.the Court House,) WHEELING, VA.
N. 11.?Will practice in the several Courts of this
and the neighboring Counties.
J*3*~Particular attention will be given to the col
lection of claims. nuvSO?ly
T. SWEENEY & SON,
(SUCCESSORS TO SWIXNETS I IJELU)
? MANUFACTURERS OF ?
FLINT GLASSWARE,
China, Quccnuwaie, Lamps, Giran
doles, Table Cutlery, *fcc.,j<fce.
iVTo. G5 Main Street,
WHEELING, VA.
MATHEW McKABE,
MANUFACTURER ol VINEGAR
AN'D I>RALER IN
COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Has constantly on hand a supply of
Flour, Corn IU?-ol, KrnnpShorts, Ship
Stuff, Corn, Baled liny, &c.
-03 * All articles sold, will be delivered In any part
of the city, Free of Charge. augG
N. RicriAitnsox. a. n. caldwell.
HICIIAKUSOK & CALDWELL,
Attorneys at Law,
Office, N. E. cornir Sfonros. t? Fourth stj,
aepl0?1 y W11EELI NO, V A.
wmTwallace,
Attorney at Law,
? A ^ J) ?
XOTAI1Y PUBLIC,
MARTIXSVILtK, BELMONT CO.. OIIIO
J^~Particubir attention will be given to the col
lection of claims. augi>?lyd
S7 HARPER & BRO
WHOLESA LTC ANT) It ETArI,
DKALEltS in
HATS & CAPS OF ALL RISBS.
129 Main St., Wheeling.
TTTE WOULD CALL SPECIAL AT
\V TENTIOX to our very large and poll selected
Stock of Hats nnd caps, purchased from the largest
house* in New York, and for Cash. Consequently we
can nnd will offer great inducements to any wanting
our line of goods. Wo have now on hand all kinds o.
Fall and Winter Hats and Caps, which we will sell
unusually low. [decl4] S. HAH PEP ?t BItO.
EDMUND P. ZAKE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
? A N D ?
Commissioner In Chancery,
OFFICE: Corner of Fourth and Monroe, street*,
W II F.KLI N G , V A
Will practice in the ccurt* of the adjoining
counties and give particular attention totliccollectiou
of claims. 1 novlG?ly
The Citizen's Deposit Bank
OF WIIEOLINQ.
Bank open from t? o'clock a. m.. until a
P. M. Discount days?Thursdays 10 o'clock a. m.
USi'lloney received on transient deposit.
Interest paid on tfterial deposits.
/^-Collections madeand pirceeds promply romi tted
DIRECTORS:
Jacob Rerger. J. N. Vance,
Jacob Ilornbrook, G. W. Franzheira,
Warren Civ>per. J. K. Botsford,
Geo. K. Wheat, Chester D. Knox.
J. R. Milllr, Caahier. AT.rr.ED Caldwell, Pres't.
[febl-'Sp ly]
~M. EEILLY,
Wholesale Dealer in
IE?
GROCERIES
Forfign and Domeatlc
Wines and Liquors,
Nos. 55 A 57 Main Street,
my??ly WHEELING, VA.
Savings Bank of Wheeling,
Office Main-St.. between Monroe ond Union.
Money received ox'transient deposit.
Interest paid on Special Deposits. Collections
promptly attended to. Exchange on the East bought
and sold*. TII:?S. II. LIST. President.
SAM'L P. IllLDRETII. Treasurer. janl-f-'AO
GEO. E. WICKHAM,
AUCTIONEER
COMMISSION MERCHANT
No. 34 Cor. Market &TJnion-Sts.,
Wheeling, Vu.
Strict Attention Given to Eastern Consignments.
Remittances promptly mn)de. declO
STEEL .-?A pood asHoWment of Wni. Jw?op A
Son's Ca?t and Shear Sjteel. Also English and
American BlUter and Spring Steel, on h*nd and for
aht>T |tnhO 1 J R. DICKKY.
Twilvi Solid Lints op No:cpareil, (ob ose ix'ca,) oh
LxS3, make a Squaee.
One Doy,....l 9qr SO 76
Two Days, 1 ou
Three Ihiva, l 25
lour Days^- 1 50
Five Days, 1 75
One Week 2 00
Two We Jcs, 3 50
433"Sspeci\l Notices Dou
Three Weeks,. ti 50
One Month, 5 00
Two Months, 8 00
Three Months,- 10 00
Six Months, 10 00
One Year, 20 GO
.?te the above rates.
/Sr'Yearly Advertising on restsonable terina, accor- i
din^ to the space occupied und the numberof changes
All advertisements from transient persons or Strang
1 era, to he paid fur in vdvui-.ee.
Legal advertisements will be charged at the rates
prescribed by law.
Business Cards not exceeding five 1 ines, SlO per year,
or SO for six months, hut for a shorter period nothing
will be counted less than a square.
Tho privilege of Annual Advertising la 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 huct.'on sales and real estate, sent In by them must
be paid for nt the usual rates.
?ST-Advertlsements not accompanlcd with written
directions, will be inserted until forbid, and charged
accordingly.
Notices for Political Meetings to bo charged In all
cases at full rate*.
i Marriages. Notices of Fnnerals, and announcements
of Sermons. 60 cents each. novll-'59
"Tlic Marble Faun."
EXTRACTS FROM HAWTHORNE'S NEW WORK.
' [Published by Tickner and Field, Boston?for sale
by J. C. Orr, Wheeling.]
DONATELLO AND THE MARBLES.
The realization of the Antique Faun, in
the person of Donatello, gave a more vivid
j character to all these, marble ghosts.?
| Why should not each statue grow warm
I with life! Antinous might lift bis brow,
j nnd tell us why he is forever sad. The
i Lycian Apollo might strike his lyre; and,
at the first vibration, the Faun in red mar
ble, who keeps up a motionless dance,
should frisk gayly forth, leading youder
Satyrs, with shuggy goat-shanks, to clatter j
their little hoofs upon the floor, and all '
join hands with Donatello ! Bacchus, too, j
a rosy flush diffusing itself over his time- !
stained surface, could come down from his 1
pedestal, nnd oiler a cluster of purple grapes
to Donatcllo's lips; because the god re-|
c0gni7.es him as the woodland elf who so
1 often shared his revels. And here, in this '
sarcophagus, the exquisitely carved figures I
might assume life, nnd chase one another
round its verge with that wild merriment
which is so strangely represented on those
old burial coffers; though still with some j
soldo allusion to death, carefully veiled,
but forever peeping forth amid emblems of ;
mirth and riot.
MIRIAM. THE ARTIST.
Miri:;m h:ul great apparent freedom of J
intercourse: her manners were so far from
eviucing shyness, that it seemed easy to
boconie.ncquaiiited with her, and not difli- j
cult to develop a casual acquaintance into
intimacy. Such, at least, was the impres- j
sion which she made, upon brief contact, j
but not such the ultimate conclusion of:
those who really sought to know her. So |
airy, free and affable was Miriam's deport- i
inent towards all who came within her 1
sphere, that possibly they might never he
conscious of tho fact; but so it was, that
they did not get on, and were seldom any
farther advanced into her good graces to- i
day than yesterday. I5y some subtle qual
ity, she kept people at a distance, without 1
so much as letting thorn know that they j
were excluded from her inner circle. She j
resembled one of those images of light j
which conjurers evoke and cause to shine |
before us, in apparent tangibility, only au 1
arm's length beyond our grasp: we make j
a step in advance, expecting to seize the j
illusion, but find it still precisely so far
out of our reach. Finally society began j
to recognize the impossibility of getting
nearer to Miriam, and gruftly acquiesced.
NEEDLE WORK.
There is something extremely pleasant, I
and even touching?at least, of very sweet, j
soft, and winning effect?in this peculiari
ty of needlework, distinguishing men from
women. Our own sex is incapable of any
such by-play aside from tho main business j
of life: but women?be they of what earth
ly rank they may, however gifted with in
tellect 01* genius, or endowed with awful
beauty?have always some little handi
work ready to fill up the tiny gap of every !
vacant moment. A needle * is familiar to
the fingers ofthem all. A queen, no doubt,
plies it on occasions; the woman-poet can '
use it as adroitly as herpen; the woman's eye
that has discovered a new star, turns from
its glory to send the polished little instru
ment gleaming along the hem of her ker
chief, or to darn a casual fray in her dress.
And they have the advantage of us in this
respect, The slender thread of silk orcot
' ton keeps them united with the small, fa
miliar, gentle interests of life, the continu
j ally operating influences of which do so
much for the health of the character, and
: carry off what would otherwise be a dan
j gerous accumulation of morbid sensibility.
A vast deal of human sympathy runs along
tliis electric line, stretching from the throne
to the wicker chair of the humblest seam
stress, and keeping high and low in a spe
cies of communion with th^ir kindred be
ings. Mctliinks it is n token of healthy
and gentle characteristics, when women of
accomplishments and high thoughts love
to sew, especially as they are never more
at homo with their own hearts than when
so occupied.
THE STUDIO.
The room had the customary aspect of a
painter's studio; one of those delightful
spots that hardly seem to belong to the
actual world, but rather to be the outward
type of a poet's haunted imagination,
and half-developed hints of beings and
objects grander and more beautiful than ,
we can anywhere find in reality. The j
windows were closed with shutters, or .
deeply curtained, except one, which was
partly open to a sunless portion of the
sky, admitting only from high upward (
that partial light which with its strongly j
marked contrast of shadow, is the first!
requisite towards seeing objects pictoriftlly.
Pencil-drawings were pinned against the
wall or scattered on the tables. Unframed
canvases turned their backs on the specta
tor. presenting only a blank to the eye,
and churlishly concealing whatever riches
of scenery or human beauty Miriam's skill
had depicted on the other side.
niLDA.
This young American girl was an ex
ample of the freedom of life which it is
possible for a female artist to enjoy at
Rome. She dwelt in her tower, as free to
descend into the corrupted atmosphere of
the city beneath, as one of her companion '
doves to fly downward into the street;?
all alone, perfectly independent, under her j
own sole guardianship, unless watched j
over by the Virgin, whose shrine she j
tended: doing what she liked, without a :
suspicion or a shadow upon the snowy i
whiteness of her famo. The customs of
artist lifo bestow such liberty i?pou
ser which is elsewhere r$W*ict?d within
so much narrower limits; aud it 13 pcrbaps
an indication that, whenever weodmit
women to a wilder scope of Vaults and
Drofessions, we must also remove the
shackles of our present I'ouventionat
rules, which would then become sa in
sufferable restraint on e.ther uuud or WjlTe.
The svstetu seems to work unexceptional}
in Rome; and in many other c"?es',,? '
Hilda's, purity of heart and i-.e '-n ''ow
ed to asseit themselves, ?::d to JC their
own proof and security, to a degree un
known in the society of other cities.
THE 3VLV-AS DASCE.
As Miriam and Donatcllo emerged from
among the trees, the 1luuiiduu1??""Ph7i
tiukled, or blew, c.ieli according to bi3
various kind of instrument, more inspir
in"lv than ever. A dork-cheeked little
girl, with bright black eyes, stood by
shaking a tambourine set round with
tinkling bells, and thumping it on it=,
parchment head. Without interrupting
his brisk, though measured movement,
Douateilo snatched away this un.?^lod''
ous contrivance, and flourishing it aboi e
his bend, produced music of indescribable
potency, still dancing with frisky step, and
striking the tambourine, and rin?"'f '"
little bells, all in one jovial act. It m.gLt
be that there was magic in the sound or
contagion, at least, in the spirit whichibad
eot possession of Miriam and himself, for
very soon a number of festal people were
drawn to the spot, and struck into the
dance, singly, or in pairs, ..s il they were
all gone mad with .iolity. Among them
were some of the plebeian damsels whom
we meet bareheaded in the Roman streets,
with silver stilettos thrust through their
Elossv hair; the contundinas, too, from the
Campngna, and the villages, with their
rich and picturesque costumes of scarlet
and all bright hues, snch as fairer maidens
might not venture to put on. Then came
tbe modern Roman from 1 rastcvere, per
chance, with liU old clor.k thrown about
him like a toga, which anon, as his actitc
motion heated him, he flung aside. Three
French soldiers capered freely lntoi,t'1.?
throng, in wide scarlct trousers, their
short swords dangling at their ?5?e,s'
three German artists in gray flaccid lists
and flaunting beards; and one of t.ie pope s
Swiss guardsmen in the strange motley
mirb which Michael Angelo contrived for
fhein. Two young English tourists (one
of them a lord) took contadnic partners j
rind dashed in, as did also a shaggy man
in coat-skin breeches who looked like ras
c Pan in person, and footed it as merrily
as he. Besides the above there was a
herdsman or two from the Campagna, an.
a few peasants in sky-blue jackets ami
email-clothes tied with ribbons at the
knees; haggard and sallow were these lust,
poor serfs, having little to eat and notliii^
but the malaria to breathe; but still t.iej
plucked up a momentary spirit and joined
hands ill Donatcllo's dance.
A BCUI.I'TOR'k studio.
The studio of a sculptor is generally but
a rough and dreary-looking place, uitu ?
good deal the aspect, indeed, cf n stone
mason's workshop. Bare floors of
or plank, and plastered walls; an old chair
or two, or perhaps only a block o marble
^containing, however, the possibility of
ideal grace within it) to sit down upon,
come hastily scrawled sketches ot nude
figures on the whitewash ot the^ wall.
These last are prolmbly the sculptor s cur
liest glimpses of ideas that may hereafter
be'solidified into imperishable stoue or
V.erhaps mar remain as impalpable as a
dream. Next there arc a few very roujjilv
modelled little figures In clay or !j'?8U"r?
exhibiting the second stage ot the ?dea as
it advances toward a inarb e .mn orul^
and then is scon the exquisitely disi ned
shane" of clay, more interesting than ei. cn
the"linal marble, as being the intimate pro
duction of the sculptor himself moulded
throughout with his lo\ >
nearest to his imagination and heart. 1
tlio nlaster-east, from this clay model, the
beaiuv of the statue strangely disappears,
to shine forth again with pure wl..? ra
diance. in the precious marble of Canara.
MECHANICAL skill.
In Italy, there is a class of men whose
merely mechanical skill is perhaps more
exquisite than was possessed by the an
cient artificers, who wrought out t ? d
sin^ns of Praxiteles; or. very possiblj, by
Praxiteles himself. Whatever ot illusive
re presentation can be effected in nmrbk,
they are capable of achieving, if the ob
ocT be before their eyes. The sculptor
ha, but to present these men with a plas
ter-oast of his design, and a sufficient
block of marble, and tell them that the
figure is imbedded in the stone, ana na?t
be freed from its encumbering superfluities,
and. in due time, without the necessitj of
hi a touching the work with his own finder,
he will see before him the statue that is to
make him renowned, llis creative powei
has wrought it with a word.
TIIREK AMERICAN ARTISTS.
V.'c must forego the delight of illumina
ting this chapter with personal all UMons
to "men whose renown glows richly on
canvas, or gleams in the white moonlight
of marble. Otherwise, we might point to
an artist who has studied nature with such
tender love that she ta.tcs bim to ber in i
macy, cnobling him to reproduce ber.n
landscapes that seem the realit;. of a bet
tcr earth, and yet are but the truth of the
very scenes around ns, obsened the
painters insight and interpreted[for us by
his skill. By his magic, the moon th.r0 . *
her light far out of the aud
crimson 011 the beholders face. Oi we
might indicate a poet-painter, wbo?e^sc^
has the vividness ot picture, *hos?
canvas is peopled with angels. fair.es and
water-sprites, done to the ethereal life, be
cause he saw them face to face in bis poet
ic mood. Or we might bow before an ar
tist who has wrought too siocerelj, too
religiously, with too earnest a 'eeling. and
too delicate a touch, for the world at oikc
to recognize how much toil and thought
are compressed ir.to the stately brow o
Prospero aud Miranda s maiden loneliness,
or from what a depth within this paiuter B
heart the Angel is leading torth ht. I cte .
ROME AT NIGHT.
Emerging from the court-yard of the :
edifice, they looked upward and saw the
sky full of light, which seemed to have a
delicate purple or.crimson lustre, or, at
least, some richer tin^e than the cold, !
white moonshiue of other skies. It gleam
ed over the front of the opposite palace. ;
showing the architectural ornaments of ite
cornice and pillared portal, as well as the
iron-barred basement windows, that gave
such a prison-like aspect to the structure,
and the shabbiness and squalor that luy
along its base. A cobbler was just shut
ting up bis little shop, in the basement of
thi* palae**: a cigar vender's lantern flared
in tbe blast that came through the arch
way; e French sentinel paced to and fro
before tbe portalj ft homeless . dog, th*t
haunted thereabouts, b6rked as obstrep
erously at the party as if be were the do
mestic guardian of tbe precincts. The air
was quietly fijil of the noise of fulling
water, the cause of which was nowhere
visible, though apparently near at hand.
This pleasant, natural sonnd, not unlike
that of a distant cascade in the forest,
may be heard in many of the Roman
streets and piazzas, wlieu the tumult ct
the city is hushed; for consuls, emperors,
and popes, the great men of every age,
have found no better way of immortali
zing their memories, than by the shifting,
iudestructible, ever new, yet unchanging,
tip-gush and downfall of water. They
have written.their names in that unstable
element, and proved it a more durable re
cord than brass or marble.
SL'iNH
The Italian climate robs age of its rev
erence. nnd makes it look newer than it is.
Not the Colosseum, nor tho tombs of tbe
Appinn Wof. nor lite oldest pillar in tuc
Forum, nor any other Roman ruin, be it as
dilapidated as it may, ever give tbe impres
sion of venerable antiquity which we gath
er, along with the ivy, from the gray walls
of an English abbey or castle. And yet
every brick or stone which we pick up
among the former, bad fallen nges befora
tbe latter was begun. This is owing to
the kindliness with which nature takes an
English ruin to her heart, covering it with
ivy, ns tenderly as Robin Redbreast cover
ed the babes with forest leaves. She
strives to make it a part of herself, gradu
ally obliterating the handiwork of man,
nnd supplanting it with her own mosses
nnd trailing verdure, till she has won tbe
whole structure back. But in Italy, when
ever man has oncc hewn a stone, nature
forthwith relinquishes her right to it, and
never lays her finger oa it again. Age af
ter age finds it bare and naked, in the bar
ren shunshine, and leaves it so. Besides
this natural disadvantage, too, each suc
ceeding century, in Rome, has dune its i
best to ruin the very ruins, so far as their |
picturesque effect is concerned, by stealing
away the marble and hewn stone, and
leaving only yellow bricks, which never
| can look venerable.
CLAili; L. ZANi'.. s. r. UTILE*
C. L. ZANE & CO.
Importers ami Dralrrs in foreign <?- Domestic
Wines and Liquors,
Manufacturer* of
C.'alnwbn Winos,
QCINCY fcTKKET, UETWKFN M.4J> & M.XSKLT ?T8.
WIIKELINU, VA
K KTCP constantly en hand Brandie?, Scotch and
Irish Whinkicrf, Jamaica Hums ami Cordials,
j Choir.- OM Rye anil liourbon AYhi.-kieH. ?cp27?ly
Thousand* are daily speaking in the praise of
DR. EATON'S
INFANTILE CORDIAL,
. and why? beennso it u-'ver fails to offered instant a- i
ticot * relief when jii\"n in Hint. It H.:t? .?-> ii by
magic, and an* trial alone will convince \ou that
what we mv it trur. It contaiu.4
NO PAREGORIC OR OPIATE i
of ung kind, and Ilierefore relieve.- by reni'-iing the \
suffering* of your child, imdi-ad ??( by dcodcniig iti j
feasibilities. For this irxion, it coninieud<? itit lfas
tho only rrJiaLl*. preparation now known for Chil
dren Teotiiiiiff.Diai'rhora. DyKi-ntc-ry. !
Griping in ttir Bowels, Aridity of tlic ?
! Sloinnch. Wind, <*oI?l in (tic Head, and
Croup, also, for snffenina the gums, reducing iu
Ijlatarnation. regulatingtin. B<nv*l$.and r-lUring jhiin. >
it has no equal? hfincr an initi-fjuifna<dlc it i.-* ii!?d i
I with unfailing succt** in all cuf?es of 1'onvnlnion
' nr oilier KUk. -I? gnu vain* the life awl health '
| qf your children, and wish to tore them from those i
\ Sid and blighting canseijneneej which are certain tv \
j result from the urcrtf narcotics >>f which o*hrr rejue- ]
, dies fir Infantile Gompioiids are compoftd, talc none
! but Dr. KA 7OX'S J.\'F.\ XT ILK ( OlilUAJ,. thi*
j you can rrly upon. It i* perfectly harmless Rod can- j
] r>.-?t injtir- lh?; mont dolii;ttc infant, i'rice. ;
i Fnll direction* acrntnpai;vinz enrh bolilo. Prepared !
i only by CHURCH .v l>lrl?i>NT.
No. 40V broaiiv. ay, New York.
JlcilUty human Blo-.'d upon being
. ANALYZED
always pr?**cnt* us with the Mine c-?cntiaj element*,
j and gives of course the TrueSlondard. Analyzed the
. Bfoo.l of a pcrxon suffering fruiu L'oupumplion. Liver
; Complaint. Dyspepsia. Scrofula^ i ;. and we tir.d in
errry in?Ltnr*. certain d'JicimcU* iu the red globules
j of Wood. Supply tiieno dcliciencies,and you are made
well. The BLOOD FOOL) i* founded upon xhib The
ory ; hence its astonishing aucccas. There arc
| FIVE PREPARATIONS
! adapted to the deficiencies of the Blood in different
j disease.*. Vor Ovnhs. Colds, Bronchitis, or any aflec
! tiou whatever of the Throat or Lung* indicating Con
! sumption, u-e No. 1. which is alao the No. forD-iprtt
i Binn of Spirits. Lis* of AppctilK, and for all Chronic
' Cbrjipl.lints arising from Over-use, Gz-xtral Debility.
' and Xfrroux J^ nstrotion. No.2, for Liver CbmpJaintj,
N o. 3. for Dyspepsia. Bt.?nj already prrpar* a for cb
tor pi ion it 13 Lah.cn by drojis and carried immediately
into the circulation, so that what you ga in yon retain.
The No. 4 U for Tkmalc Irregular i?U*, Hysteria,
Wt:rtiiic$ex, dc. fee special directions for thin. For
j Suit TUieiini. Eruptions. Scrofulotti Kidney, and Iliad-'
, dcr Co nplainii, take No. 0. lu all casti tbo direc
tion* must be atnetly fell owed. Pnce of tie Bleed
! Ibod, Si per bottle.
I Sold by CHURCH k DUPONT,
No. 400 Broadway. Ne*^ York,
j By T. H. LOGAN & CO.. Assets for Wheeling.
1 And by all respectable Drnggi&is throughout the
! country. xgh24
j. h. PKroLEToy. th. xu>*xy.
PENDLETON A ?IELVIX,
? Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE:?Ovra tsz "B\yz or Wnxru~G,"
Wheeling, Va.
J&D- Attend regularly the Superior and Inferior
J Conrts of Brooke, Hancock and Ohio counties,
j tiovS?lr
S7G. ROBINSON^
MANTFA^TUtU-R OJ?
WINDOW GLASS,
Wholesale and Ketail Dealer In
PAINTS, OILS, MASH, DOORS, LIME,
CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS, AC.
Xo. 75 ZVIuiii Street,
Jy4 WHEELING. VA.
"SPRING STYLE!
T>ECEIVED THIS DAY. THE SPRING STYLE
|\ for GENTLEMEN'S HATS, consisting of the
Pari??. Philadelphia nnd New York Fashion*. i
S. AVERY.
feh'29 140 Main St., Wheeling. Va. !
STOUGHTON BITTFR8?A prime arti
cle, put up In boxes of one doz. each, eoustantly j
on h^nd and for sale by GEO. ADA-MS,
n?h7 50 Main Vt.
STARCANDLE9.?10boxc/TcqilTcTand fcr j
sale by f j?wil OLIVER PRVOR. ;
piIILDREN'S PAA'CY HATS?In Chi!
\_j dren'a Fancy Leghorn Braid and Straws, we can |
offer the greatest inducement* In variety of style an J i
quality fmh22J HARPER * BRO. '
surt-orr. w>c?ju? t. ott. ex. * ehx
SAM'L OTT, SON &CO.,
uc.m iy.
F AI It B jSJw K S '
STANDARD SCALJUS,
Adapted to evert branch of business
? her. ft correct ?n<) donlle Scale 1ft t-^uind.
Counter Scales of Every Variety.
FORTABLE & DORMANT SCALES
FOR STORES.
HAY AND CATTLE SCALES.
Warehonie 4k Tranvportatlou Mi-ales,
Scales for Grain and Flour?scales for llallr??mlH?
Scales for Coal Dealer* and Miner*?Crtton and
Sngar Scales?Farm and Plantation Scale*? <
Post Office Scale*?Bankers and .lewol
lers Beams?Weijch Masters* Beam*.
<fc.? rfc., j
All of which arc warranted in every particular.
Call and examine, or send for an illustrated and
descriptive circular.
N. ||. These Scsiles have all *U<1 bearings, which
purchasers will find upon examination is not the caw
with other Scalce offered fur sale In thia city, which
are represented to be -aa (rood cm Fairbanks." A Scale
with cast iron bearings cannot be dumbly accurate.
SAJI'L OTT, SOU & CO., Agents.
VUQLZ3AZL B?AUXS I*
Hardware, SaddleryHardware &c
Cor. Market k Monroe sts., opp. McLnre Ilou.ce.
feb24 Wheeling, Va.
JAS. StAXWClL. T. J. CJlXTSEU. CEO. fe. TtNOLT.
MAXWELL, CAMPBELL & TINGLE,
Wholesale Grocers
? ANT*?
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 5 8 Main St., keeling, Va
il A VK NOW IN STOICK
?50 bbla. Primn X. iJ. Molarses,
125 blf. bbla. do
220 Ithda. fully fair f? prime X. O. Fwcar.
125 bbl*. Cr..uraxiiilated. I'ow'd and Coffee Sngars.
75 44 Brune'a Ooiileu ?yrup.
25 ?' Mew York do
bag? good fair to prime Bio Coffee.
SO j-vkets Java Coffee.
23 boxca Nat l Lf. P> lump Tobacco.
45 do various atandard brands 6a Tobacco.
15 do do do 10s do
i 10 case* "Hunter*" do
10 do "Don Quixote** *?a do
05 blf. ch. V. II and ?l. P. Tea.
i 35 do Oolong and Pouchong Tea.
li?u bbla No.Med. and Lg. MacHcrel.
I 60 '? Tnr. large aizo.
15 tiercea Bice.
Pcpf?er, Pimento. Xntmega. Cloven Ca?*ia.
Mustard. Ginger. lndijro. Bi-Carb. >oda.
Sala rat u?, Soap, Candida, Wash-boards. buckets.
Tub?, Brooms, Nails, and all other articles cm
1 braced In the Grocery line. mh2
| SaddlesTUarness, Trunks,Valises
Saddles, Harness, Trunks, VaNses
Saddles, Harness, Trnnks, Valises
Selling Off Cheap Pop Cash!
PER CT. OIIKAPKK THAN CAN BE BOUGHT
in Wheeling, and a better article than any oth
er bouse can produce in this part of the country.
Please call and examine for yourselves, at 105 Main
afreet. corner of Market Alley.
fcbjO CUAS. MOHGAX.
THE PIRST^ARRIVAL!
Extra Bargains in
i\cw Spring Goods!
rpft MY FBIKNDS AND THE PUBLIC; I BE'}
1 leave tn mt that I have* jiint r??tnrn?nl with .1
largo and complete Stock-of Dry hii<1 Fancy Unod*,
Notions Ac. And not wi:liine to weary my fiicni!*
with an enumeration of all I have g? t to sell. 1 will
I tell thi-ci that they will find at my *tore what i*
! generally found in u large and well Hf-ctod Dry and .
Fancy Goods <t?u:k. l>nt what yon will find no where I
e1*e. are my lotr priest, wbieli I will hiolcc lower than i
I tht*c "f nny other hou*e in Wheeling, fiivc me a
: call and datirffy yourrelvetj. I wiJl well you CaliCPN
' of the iKtct styles and i??>t iimk?-?. ->u?*l: M Merri
| mack. Cocheco, Spra^ue, lloyles Kr.z *.? yarrla for >1.
j and all other domertic* in pro|f?rtion. I will Pell you
; De Lninesat 12J< ct*j, found in no other house. all
\ wool plain nt an extra tine all wool set figure.
; worth 7or at jOc. and ill other Dress Goods equally ,
; chcap. 1 will sell you b'lmnls for ?prin^ wear, at
I el.i?j. a very fair article, an extra tine ail woo! Bro? ,
, che l>order, at 4,00 worth tV>u. Crape Shawls front i
| 6.0O to 100,00, Lace Points and Lace Capes from 4.00 i
I to 30.00. etc- I wiil sell yru lr:*h Lfnena worth 50c
at 'u14c, and that worth '.be at 5Cc, or if yon {.refer 1
Linen Bo.-ums. wuly made, I can over 100 dor. 1
; fen 12^-jc to 75c a piece. I will sell you Collar* *nrf
other Embroideries at almost jonr own prices. I J
! have over etie thousand collar* en hand and will ??U
I thoe worth25c at 10c, tho.-f worth 50c at 25c. Some '
! real fair *?*t3 of tlecve? and Colfare, at only 75 cents.
! HOOP SKIRT??10 Hoops at J>7J/c. 12 Hoops r?r VJe? '
; 11 Hoops at 6216 Hoc>)tt. at 75c. IS Hoops at 87j?c, :
, 20 Hoops at $l,w?, just '^per tent, less than formerly.
To wholesale buyers I would say ?-san;ii!e m; sfck
of Cloths and Ce'-irneres Bonnets. Bucbes, Ribbons, 1
! Flow ers, etc.. and I am ^ure 1 will be ablotofell yon- |
Having purchased a wy largo s?*e.k at figures I
i I am determined to sell, and oil I .vk ;5 an examtns
\ cf my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
ISAAC PRAGER.
mh20 No. 12o Main U., near Union.
X CASKS OK TURKISH A GERMAN
*J PRUNES, 4t) tmsV. round and split Fea?,
800 l!>s Lintel*, (an excellent articlo Jar soup.)
400 lbs Fresh Caraway Seed,
200 lh3 of the very re est sweet t p iced French
Chocolate,
500 half and quarter boxes cf Sardines,
5 cades Crou A Blsckweii's celebrated English
Pickle*
S cases of "ooyers Relish" and "Saucees,
50 whole, half tad qua; ter drums cf Figs,
5 Trales of Freeh Date?,
00 whole, V* &fcd boxes Malaga Raisins,
S bags Alicant 5cft ?helled Almccds,
5 44 Freeh Nap>* Walzute,
4 44 do Filberts I
5 44 do Palmatrts, j
?0 boxe? splendid Coaa*, Orange*,
10 do lioih Lemons,
10 doz. quart bottles Lrandied Fea rbee, teeth
Cherries and Peas,
600 Fresh Cocoanuts,
Together with a general cartels' of Fancy and Do
mestic Groceries, just received atd Ur talc cheap at;
the new store of ti. WM. KEES^IN'fl,
?5 Mxi Let, near Qoii.cy st.,
ml>20 [Union ccpr.i V> he^liflg, Ya.
jSTE*W store
B. B. STONE & SON
HAVB JC8T pFKNED A LARGE STOCK OF
BOOTS * SHOES
IN THE NEW BUILDING ON^^
GjF I Monroe street, two doors fr^tn MalnmS* I i
f Rj 6tre?st,and'-ppositetlieM.*M.l5ank.i^
?^^-where they are prepared to supply
the wants of all who may furortbe'm with a call.
PART1G CLAR ATTEXTIOS
will be given to making custom work, both for ladies
and fr-nllemen. B. B. STONE A SON.
t^HEPAIRING done with neetnet* and
dlsp:it?h.
WANTED.?A few good workman to work en !a
di-e' and gentlemen's wear.
jan2 P. B. STONE k SON.
J. r,. ?AEZSL. W. c. waioirr.
BAKER & WEIGHT,
Wholesale Dealer* in
Tobacco, Snuff & Segars
XO. 5 0 MAIN STREET,
apZ'SP?1y WHErLINO, VA.
TEBMB OFVeEXXY.
One Copy per Year, $1.0
" Six Konths, ?6'
*r iNTUlim ? AH AM.. -U
The Weekly Inlclllgeiiccr
Will coutain lltirty-twa ciIiuuih, mostly filled nis
ahoicctml aurfull; prwpatcd raiding mattvr?enil-ri'
dnjf ?U jrol .je?*?thfes siaklu? if the Iftr^st and Wt
Dollar New*ptif*? in this *ecaoa of country.
W.J.MAEKS
Gol<l& Silver Smith.
N*o. ISO Main Street,
M IlKtLIXO, T A. r
PRACTICAL WORKMAN aS WATCHES. CLOCKS
Silver XVht* a:.<l Jewelry.
On? Tlmwnd ouwt< of Old Sftyer wanted in ax
chaaice foi fiitt1 Watch*-*. Jc*eliy. Silver or Plate*
Warp, st tl??- old stand, fi.n of llie Ea^le and Watch.
oct!1.*59
B. T. CAtpWCT t. *08'T C HA HAM.
CALDWELL & GRAHAM,
(srOCE5SOF.S TO T. TAXStET.) -:
M A N4F KACTUREES OF
Copper,Tin&Siieet Iron Ware,
Xo. ft TMnin-fSt root.
"1TTILL KKKP CONSTANTLY ON JTAKP A COM
f f pletc awrtrocut of all the * ^o? in our line.
Alrffc Cookingnnd HeatingStove*ottlic tt<*t approved
patterns, all of which *e offera* l?-w a> can k had at^
any other ntoblbliiurot In the city. We would r?
spectfully solicit the patronage of the public, which*
we b?))? to-mrMf strict attention to our business-*
and I'XKUtiiifroiir work in a neat *ih1 w?.rkinanlika
Mvle. We wi>ul<! call |iarticularattention toour fscil-*
itie? for doing all kind* of Copper work. sue* a* llrew
and Pyr Kettle". Stills and Copper piping of every de
scription. all *ire? of Copper and l!no? Kettles kept'
constantly on hand.
Glittering. Knifing and Jobbing work of all kinds -
trill be promptly attended ta jy11-T91y
IE. Hayes & Co.
NA>c7\niii its or
LIGHT CARRIAGES AND HARNESS,
LOCATION IN THE ATIIKNJKtM
ltuilding. corner Market ? John rtreet*,
opposite tfie Cu?tom Ilou?e. Wheeling, Va. Always
on hand Catrist;** vf wipcrkr workmanship. warran
ted to give satisfaction. Aler?, work built to order, of
the latest ??f>lesand moat improved patterns, at the
lowest market rates. mylP?ly \
1'rodiico Store in the eld Post Office build in p. 1SS
Market street. near the corner of Qnincy et^ and ???
licit* the generous patronage cf bis friend* ar.d the
pnMic generally. .
It will he my constant endearnr to offer, at the
loueM p;iri-i. the 1h?i qualitio* trio market efft>tds.
A suprrior atticJe of Castled Liquors and Winse
always on band.
litruun Prodm-*. rarh :w Prunes, Lentl**. Split
Pe>. also alt kind* t>f Nnt*. Orar;;** and Lemons,
wholesale and retail at the lowest rates.
Superior Havana end Domestic Cieirs and Tubacoo
of the ditfcrmt grades, wholesale and retail :?t
O. W. KEEPING'S.
febl4-1\d Ftrmerly with -?Tex. Hryn:an.
PROF. H. D. COlLim"
'linio HAS Jll.KN A TEACHER IIET.E FOR
) T two ? r three jers pn-t. being about to re
move to Wheeling, we runvJiritcd by him.) nnwt
cheerfully reci?xunit*nd l>im as a gentleman in all in
spects w?*I ijnalified to teach Music. ai.d highly de
serving the public patronap*. lie give* lamiiM upon
the Piano. Organ, Violin and Onitar. He has been
particularly *mxos?fnl with beginners who under his
instructions Lave rapidly ar.juircd i??4 ouly a correct
style of execution, but an elevatetl musical ta?te.
D. P. BOSWORTIL of the firm of
Ro*worth. Well.* A Co.
JOHN II. ANOliX National llot^e.
K. P. TAMES.
UKU. BENEDICT,
W. F. CURTIS,
V. A. WHEELER,
W. P. WELLS.
Marietta, Feb. 1. 1W). ftt/21-lnut
W. T. MEEDS,
IBoolv 13 i 11 clei%
? axd ?
BLANK IIOOK JXAXl'FACTlRER,
InMligmcrr Jtuilding^ rr,r.(firinry rf Main its.
ALL DB8CKI1TI05SOF BLANK BOOKS l.iLF.D
and made to order, printed head*, if required.
Magazine*. >!u*k* ami *11 kind* of printed matter
bound in the beet and m??t eubMantial ntyle At lea
aonable price*. All ?<?rk guaranteed. wov2u*ifc?y
FOUK YnoTisAxirSKIRTS PER DA Y
lle?|uiriiij; Four ^pante Fi.torii*,
A!*T? TIIK LXW't or 0>E THOCSA*D HA.1M
Are require*] hr the dcrnan*! fcT
THOMSON'S SKIRTS.
jiin'j
JNO. ANDERSON,
(SucrrnMcr to McClallcnn Jk Knox.)
Retail Dealer in Hoots and Shoes,
At the well kuonn Stand of the
(aulO BIG RED BOOT.
IRWIN &BONHAM,
iurnKtsors to Carfy. Honhtrm ? Co.
KiMTiaCTIIh or
iHarbleized Stone,
Mantrh, Table Topa, dtc. dfce.
CLEVELAM, OAIO.
jy Ar.lcr* left with J. A. FA HI?. Wheeling. wil
meet with prompt attention, where sample* may ?!to
he f*D. >cplP-"Cni'
J\ c. iiabboub.
IT\cl'*ai' rf Retail Dnftr in
CARPETS BUGS, OIL CLOTHS
Wall Papei, Cnrtaln l!Iaterfals?
A nd1'pli iftUr) Ware of every detcriptVw
113 Main Street.
WHEH1NG-T1.
*?-Gn? and Mahogany Framed Looking GUhh,
qc hand -uA mail*- to order. atpft.'&O
T. H WIXV. K. I. UBT. *C. B- ITIIAID
LOGAN, LIST & CO.
(Swooretorr foX M. &Pfon? Oi.y
Wholesale & Retail Druggists
BR!DOT COIOEK, MAl.V STREET,
Wheelfnc, V a.
Ap.r rrvMiat! to iqddIv eiAr-^e of superior onalitT
at frv price#, to^if tLuvfco but find H eou*?
meet to make their puacbaeee atthe "Bridce Ccro?r.,
G. WILLIAM BfiESSING,
88 Market Street,
OLD POST OFFICE BCILDIXG,
WHEELING, Vi.
Gbocebiec, Liqiobr, Wens. Sccahs, a*?
roBEio^' Pbodcce Gekekaut.
frbli-tf
snippixr. r uns wasted.
THH HJOHJu-T l'KlCK FA ID FOK
30,000 Kuxofu aklat, lo,u?jo IViMCat 8kln?,
20.00) H. I Fwx .lo 10.000 Mufknt <!o
20.'*X> Mink do 19,040 Oppoatim do
20,000 Gre\ Fo* do . lu^OMtr -do
s avery.
oct2S At Xo. 116 Vain at. Wh?cilag,Ta
Light! Light! Light!
Johnson's Domestic Gas Light.
T\7E IIAYE TIII3 DAY l:ECUY>D A LARGE
V > stock rfChandileen, Brackata. Eland Laf.pa.
Burning Fluid- 4c., end are now prepared to furc<J*h
Churches. Halle or printc dwelling*, in the city or
country, wiih a light that ia lar cAeoycr and equally
as brilliant aa tLa Coal Gaa. Call, soon while the
aaaortment is complete. Store nuder McLnra Honaa,
Market street, Wheeling, Va.
feb^-Cm W. ft. IT. MOT.-TOK; k CO.
EVERY LADY IN AMERICA
WHO VALUES COM! '.RT, HEALTH *_EUMA.VCE
Should tiara oca of
THOMSON'S CORRUGATED SKIRTS.

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