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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 29 March 1866

&k&3niMt$?Mcr+ CAMPBEIL, FBEW & CO. KDITOIIS AND PROPRIETORS. THURSDAY JfOKSII.NG, MARCH So. Thk Kichmond Whig, of theWib, baa i on, article oji the "redintegration of ^ WnIn' in which it undertakes to j romfort the people of old Virginia with [ho assuranco that: however unfavora ble Just now the prospect of a reunion of the two Stale*, the day> to' not far distant when the present dominant party ot West Virginia will be pnt under by th'oso "who are Virginians at | heart," and that "till then VirginM'fean Jifford to waft." It informs them that the "Wheeling Intkllioencek was al ways anti-Virginian," thut itis "now an organ of radical republicanism," that "it always had the bad tnslo to prefer Yankee politics, sentiments and associations to thoso of Virginia," and, further, that "as the matter now stands the Intrlmoemcer Is the most con siderable journal in its State, and naturally enough it objects to sliding down to a lass important tind influential position." Theref...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 29 March 1866

?iHcrrhant SaUoriug. A. J. ADAMS. WK. X. DITTMAB A. M. ADAMS & CO. FASHIONABLE Merchant Tailors, AND DKAIJCR8 IN GENTLEMEN'S FORMING GOODS, j No. 36 WnlM fitreef, WHEELING, W. VA. I WE HAVE JUST RECEIVEDANDARF receiving one of the finest, cheapest and be*l selected stocks of Fall & Winter Goods I ever brought to this market, at Gold Pricks selected expressly for . CUSTOM WORK, sonrdftting of French, German and Domestic Cloths, of all grades and colors, French, Eng lish and American Cawlmeres, 811k, Cashmere [ind Marseilles Vesting*. White, Fannr, Linen, Traveling and Flannel Shirts, Under-Shlrts ?nd Drawers, Scarfs, Ties, Suspenders, Hand kerchieft. Socks, Gloves, Gauntlets and Col lars, Traveling Bags and Valises, Ac., &c Our* Jepartment of FURNISHING GOODS .s ricnly assorted. Being exclusively In the I Clothing business we can furnish the above to t>etter advantage to dealers and on better | (ertns than can be had elsewhere We have the most complete stock and larg-1...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 29 March 1866

Country Seat For Sale, rpliAT yKBY,-y"""B1E COD!il 'small tag- ? ? ?' iiglih*** Agent. Firemen's Reception Ball UNITED FIRE JSOiJEA^Y^^ jjiremeu a ivw/Bi/w*v 15- McVAT, fecc'y. Company for newspaper fevora. the river yesterday. \ Meshus- Joseph Beu< ?fc Co. adver tise for wilf Home very fine mantles. i Any one needing such article* can here l??.|"good ones cheap. and battery the aforesaid was fine<l *iu and coitg. .' ? [-l * ??* ' walking on the street was of very unpleaaant, and it was not "good to be there." |>t . Mimtxa Officeiw Brown, the Quartermaster ^^cral, ntl vcrtiMM tbnt on the last day of iflw ;iSSV3M.,haj^g s^s#5sa ftu^.t Eled and died and were run over by the can., on thai tremendous and deadly raid. More On. Discover*.-The^wg" and sojourners on Monroe Blrctt? ~?I twecn Slain and Market were more or rS-i.l"n the locaUty naOTWJ. A"*r much talk It wuh proposed Joint stock company to Ionthe^pot. We heard, however, of no lease* oe?!K taken, an.l If any "city dnd ' ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 30 March 1866

VOL. XIV. WHEELING, WEST VA., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1866. NO. 84. sftlcdical. LINDSEY'S IMPROVED BLOOD SEARCHER AXD Medical Discovery, ! For the cure of Dltciuet Arhlnir from an Impure ^ Stalcor.tbc Blood, rnlJE QUESTION PARAMOUNT TO A LI. L othera la, How cam health. be restored if lost? And now preserved In a perfect state? The |>o8<es-or of untold wealth, without health, is a miserable man; hut the poorest peasant, with toil tor his dully portion, pos m=**x1 with hruwny arm and PURE BUOYANT BLOOD. pushing through every vein, is blessed, In deed. No one can enjoy perfect health whilst the circulation is impeded and the blood thick with Impurities. To remove those Is not only the aim of LIND8EY'? Improved Blood Searcher HKDICAI. DISCOVERY, but when renovated to keep it so. That It Is a comrLEi E SUCCESS In the curing of BLOOD DISiiAaES, iium- r-.us certificates fully attest. We recommend it with coufideuco. It. ?. HKLL.EI18 & CO., .Sole Proprietors, Corner of Wood and...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 30 March 1866

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Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 30 March 1866

?rti Woods. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! JUST RECEIVED. JUST RECEIVED AT J. H. Smith & Co.' NO. 102 MAIN ST. We are now opening our first Stock of Snving Good: Embracing FANCY SIIJvS. PLAIN BLACK 8ILKS CRETE REG ENIA "S, and DRESS GOODS generally. Also, IRISH LINENS, TABLE LINENS, LINEN SHEETINGS, BLEACHED and BROWN MUSLINS, MERRIMACK, COCHE CO, ami other Prints; CRASHES, DIAPERS, CASSIMERES for Boys wear, BALMORAL SKIRTS, HOSIERY, EMBROIDERIES, edgings, GLOVES. NARR OW RIBBONS, DRESS TRIMMINGS, ETC., En\ feblS REMOVAL March 22d, 1866. E. A. Weber's MUSIC STORE Will Be Found From To-Day TWO DOORS BELOW D. XICOLL A BRO., opposite GEO. R. TAYLORS. mr22 J UST ARRIVED FOR THE Spring- & Summer Trade HENRY HARTMAN'S, :S5 Monroe street, one door west of the 1st National Bank, one of the LARGEST STOCK CLOTHIXG FOR ME.\ AXD BOYS* WEAR A.\D GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! Ever brought to this city, wliich will be sold IV HOLE SALE AND RETAIL AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES! J'wnrr.n respectfully calt. ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 30 March 1866

FKin.il WOHXIXtii 3IAHC1I ?Q. Country Seat For Sale. mil AT VKKY HKSIRAttLK <X>UXTRY I n?-?ldene*? at UHihi'rwoott, miles east or the city ??r WJutllnir, containing rtvo iK'iw o( hiou ml. laid off Willi shrubbery, small fruit ami shade inns, owned and lately occu pied by >lr. Win.Talluut Jf 1101 sold Itefore Saturdnv, April 7tli. Il will on tliat day bo of fered at public ma non at tl) ? front door 01 the Court House in tlii* city, tonus easy. A|? tilv to 1 litis. O imir.N. Ileal Kstatu Agent, or >"H)sON ?.* HllO., No 21 Mtiin stieet, wheel ln?. inaiH-td CITY KEK1UKXCK FOK ^ Sile. If not sold at private sale before Saturday April Tth I will on that day, at ten ocloeR.o. in., sell at public lutctlon at the front door of the Court House, in this cltv, the cKyaut and fashionable residence. Kttualcd on tne norlh.west cornerot 4th and Monroe streets, owned by Henry Moore, Esq:, and at present occupied by Pr. IhislifleW. TllOS. O lUllKN, mar5-td ? Heal Volute Ap-'iit, Firemen'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 31 March 1866

VOL. XIV. WHEELING, WEST VA.. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 31, 1866 - WITH SUPPLEMENT. NO. 80. jftcfliral. LINDSEY'S IMPROVED BLOOD SEARCHER AND Medical Discovery, For the caw of UUenkra ArUluy from an Impure State of the IklooU. rpHK QtTCSTION paramount to ai.l I other* is, How can health 1h> restored If '"i'i And how prrspn^Hl In a perfect state"* The of untold wealth, without health. i> a miserable man; but the poorest l<ca?uu. with toil for his dally portion??? xwd With brawny arm and PURE BUOYANT BLOOD. fleeS'"8 thron*h eveT vein. Is blessed. Iii ?fo one ran enjoy perfect health whilst the circulation is impede! aud the Wool thick with impurities. To remove the^e is not only the aliu of Improved Blood Searcher AXTJ MKDIOAL lllNCOVEKT, but when renovated to keep it so. That It Is r.iX??VI"st"ccia<s in the curing or BLOOD w ? Numerous certificates fully attest. \\ e recommeua it with confidence. 1*. K. Htll^LEIVS ?lt CO., SOLE PROPRIETORS, Corner of Wood and Second Streets...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 31 March 1866

Uk&ffntdligturcii CAMPBELL, FBEW & CO. KDITOIUi AND PHOI'HIBTOHM, NATVKWAY MOHXIXtt. M AIU ll 31. MnIKtohI lVuNltlii|f(on. The Wafliiniitou cwrrotipoiidents write that Senntor WilleyS* pwitlon on the Veto is doubtful. The President's veto message has atarled a fresh hatch of rumors of ap proaehiug changes iu the cabinet. Secretary McCulloch has announced that the May interest due on live-twen ties would Ik* paid early in April. The amount of gold required is $?2,000,000. The ltaukrupt Bill failet! to pass the House on Thursday, so strong was th?* opposition to the compulsory fea tures of it, and especially to the destruc tion by it of the nomcstead exemptions, which the Western members so cher ish. To use the words of one of them: "This compulsory baukruptcy is hos tile to the genius of our institutions and the spirit and interests of the great masses of our people. It will bo pocu liarlv offensive to the free and easy, but honest and true men of the West, whom it will tyuec...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 31 March 1866

3ry (SoodS. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! JUST RECEIVED. JUST RECEIVED J. H. Smith & Co.'s NO. 102 MAIN ST. We axe now opening our first Stock of S13ring Groods,) Embracing FANCY silks, PLAIN BLACK BILKS | CREPE REOESIA'8, anil dress goods generally. Also, IRISH LINENS, TABLE LINENS, LINEN J SHEETINGS, bleached and BROWN MUSLINS, merrimack, COCHE CO, and other Prints; CRASHES, DIAPERS, CASSIMERES for Boys wear, BALMORAL r, SKIRTS, HOSIERY, embroideries, EDGINGS, GLOVES, NARROW RIBBONS, DRESS trimmings, ETC., ETC. febl3 II 15 M OVAL March 22d, 1866. E. A. Weber's I MUSIC STORE Will Be Found From To-Day | TWO DOORS BELOW 1>. XICOLL 4 IIIIO., opposite GEO. It. | TAYLORS. mr22 JUST AEEIVEDl FOR TIIK Spring&SummerTrade | ?AT? HENRY HARTMAN'S, i!fl Monroe street, one door west of the 1st | National Bank, one of the LARGEST STOCKl ?OF? CLOTHING FOB MIX AVI) 1IOYK' WEAK AM) GENTS' FURNISHING GDODS.'I Ever brought lo this city, which will be sold WHOLE HA L E AND R E TA IL | AT THE LOWEST...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 31 March 1866

HATPBDAY MDgyiXJ, MAKCH SI. Country Seat For Sale. That very desirable country residence at I>-atberwood, 2^ miles east of the city of Wheeling containing five ucmi of ground, laid off with shrubbery, small fruit ana shade trees, owned and lately occu pied by Mr. Win. Tallant Jf not cold before tsotnrujur, April 7th. it will ?>n that day be of fered at pubiie auction at tii?- front dour of the Court House In this city, 'icrms easy. Ap f4y to Tn< O'BIUK N. Ileal Estate Aeent, or NJlttON ? BBO., No. 21 Main street, \Vheel Ing. ? ? mar!4-td ELEOAXT ? ITT RDiIDC.\(T. FOR Sale. If not Mold at private sale before Muurday April ?th I will on that day, at ten o'clock, n. ni., sell at pobllc auction at the front door of the Court; Hoa?e, In this city, the elegant and fashionable residence, wit uu ted on the north-west corner of 4th and Monroe street*, owned by Henry Moor*. Esq., and at present occupied t>y Itr. Bushrteid. THOrt. O'BRIEN, mar5-td . Real Estate Agent. Firemen's Rec...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 31 March 1866

SUPPLEMENT TO INTELLIGENCER. Wheeling, west ya., Saturday, march 31,1866. An Important Historical Episode. Mr. Lincoln and the Virginia Conven tion In 1801?Ilia oiler to Evacuate Fort Sumter Provided the Conven tion Would Adjourn Slue Die?John B. Baldwin** Conduct in the Premi lea?Judffe Summers Needed but not Forthcoming? Evidence Given In bj Mr. BoKm and Other*. Washington, March 28th, 1866. The evidence of Gen. Lee before the Committee of Reconstruction has al ready been given to the country. Other parties from Virginia have been exam ined within tho last few weeks, whose testimony is now being made public.? Among these parties are Judge Under wood, who has been elected United States Senator from that State, but has not yet been admitted to a seat, Mr. Lewis McKenzie, in the same position as regards tho House of Representa tives, Gen. Turner, commanding the post at Richmond, Maj. Gen. Terry in command of the Department, and Col. Orlando Brown, Assistant Commission er of Freedmen'...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 31 March 1866

itary protection from Virginia, what would be the concfitlon or the loyal people in Virginia and.of the blacks? A.?I think they Would be in a la mentable condition. So great is the prejudice entertained, especially against those who were faithful in their obliga tions totheGoverninentduriug the war, that I do not think they would receive any adequate protection fortheir rights of person or property, from the courts, and I think that they would be perse cuted through the machinery of the courts, as well as privately. Even now, when military law prevails in the State, and when military authority is su preme, attempts were made in the courts to punish the Unionists for acts done by them under military authority during the war, and I have been obliged to interfere, and releaso from prison men thus prosecuted. Q.?Has that been of frequent occur rence? A.?I have directed the cessation of proceedings in some five or six awes of this kind. In some of them the parties bad been admitted to ba...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 2 April 1866

WHEELING, WEST VA., MONDAY MORNING, APJRIL 2, 1866 NO. 86. LIJSTDSEY'S IMPROVED BLOOD SEAHCHER Medical Discovery, For the cure of Disease* Arising- from an Impure State oT tlie Blootl. rpHE QUESTION PARAMOUNT TO a LI. L otJiei-sis.HowranhcMi.li be restored il lost? And how preserved in a perfect state? The pos?**w>r ol untold wealth, without health, is a miserable man; hut the |>ooresi peasant, with toil tor his daily portion, i>os t>eKHtd with brawny arm and PURE BUOYANT BLOOD. gushing through every vein, is blessed, in deed. No one can enjoy perfect health whilst the circulation 1s impeded and tt:o blood thick with impurities To remove these Is not only the aim of LINDSEY'8 Improved Blood Searcher MLDICAl DINCOVERY, but when renovated to kkep it so. Thnt it is a comi'LEI e success in the curing or BLOOD DISEASES, nuiti'-rwuscertificates fully attest. We recommend it with confidence. It. K. BELLEBS A; CO., Sole Proprietors, Corner of Wood and Second Streets, PITTSBURGH....

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 2 April 1866

QhkMnMlhftwtv, CAMPBELL, FBEW & CO. editobm and PROPRitfroRS' ' ^MOMPAY HOBMXO* APK1L 2. It is a fact not to be denied that the best friends of the President looked upon the lato Bill of Rights with a great deal of partiality. Not that thev were sure of tho unimpeacb ableness of all its details, for many of them mistrusted that it was too latitudinarian?but because they loved its general animus?its interposi- I tion on behalf of the weak against the j strong?its good will toward those who j stood alone as the friends of our cause in the South during the war, and its representative determination not to let the late enemies of the! Union make a mockery ol the free dom guaranteed to our humble and helpless allies. Hence they feel disap pointed that the bill in some shape has so far failed to become a law, and they still indulge the hope that a substitute free from the objections urged by the President, and yet not emasculated of proper powers, will be gotten up and ap proved ere Co...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 2 April 1866

gry Goods. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! JUST RECEIVED. ? JUST RECEIVED AT J. H. Smith & Co.'s NO. 102 MAIN ST. We are now opening our first Slock of SiDring Goods, Embracing FANCY SILKS, PLAIN BLACK SILKS CREPE REGENIA'S, and DRESS GOODS generally. Also, IRISH LINENS, TABLE LINENS, LINEN SHEETINGS, BLEACHED and BROWN MUSLINS, MERRIMACK, COCHE CO, and other Prints; CRASHES, DIAPERS, CASSIMERES for Boys wear, BALMORAL SKIRTS, HOSIERY, EMBROIDERIES, EDGINGS, GLOVES, NARROW RIBBONS, DRESS TRIMMINGS, ETC., ETC. feb!3 REM! O "V -A. L March 22d, 1866. E. A. Weber's MUSIC STORE Will Be Found From To-Day TWO DOOItS BELOW I>. NICOLTi A' RRO., opposite <>LO. R. TAYI.ORS. mrtg JUS T A EKIYED FOR THE Spring & Siimmer Trade ?AT? HENRY HARTMAN'S, 28 Monroe street, one door west of the 1st National Bank, one of the LARGEST STOCK ?OF? CLOTHING FOR .HEX AND HOYS' WEAR A\D GENTS' FORMING GOODS! Ever brought to this city, which will be sold W HO L ESA L K AND 11 ETA IL AT THE LOWEST MARKET PR...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 2 April 1866

Country Seat For Sale. mHAT VERY DESIRABLE COUNTRY I re-ldenceat Leatherwood, miles east or the city of Ulietling, containing five acres of ground, laid off with shrubbery, small fruit anu shade trees, owned and lately oecu- ! p'.ed by Mr. Win. Talhmt If not sold before ? Saturday, April 7th, it will on that day be of fered at public auction at tb? frontdoor of the Court House in tills city. '1 erms easy. Ap ply to THOS. O'BUIL \*, Ileal 10stale Agent, or ixiDSON A UBcnfNo. 21 Main street. Wheel ing. maiU-td ELEtiAXT CITY MMIDE.VCE FOR Sale. If not sold at private sale before Saturday April 7th I will on that day, at ten o'clocK,n. m., sell at public auction at the front door of the Court House, In this city, the elegant and fashionable residence, situated on me north-west cornerof 4th and Momoe streets, owned by Henry Moore, Esq., and at present occupied by Dr. Bush field. THOS. O'BRIEN, marS-td Real Estate Agent. Firemen's Reception Ball. rpiIE UNITED FIRE COMPANY WILL JL give a b...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 3 April 1866

VOL. XIV. WHEELING, WEST VA., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1866. ' I ' ? .n~? - ? i ..f. ? - i ? NO. 8.7. 3LIlSrX>SEY'S ? IMPROVED BLOOD SEARCHER AND Medical Discovery, ''' ? For the care of Diseases ArlMlncr from an Impure Htate of [the Blood. rnHE QUESTION PARAMOUNT TO ALL, I others Is, How can health be restored if lost? Arid how preserved itt a perfect state? The possew-or -of untold wealth, without health, is a ml.-erable man; hut the poorest peasant, with toll lor his dally portion, pos sessed with brawny arm and PURE BUOYANT BLOOD. Rti?hlng through every vein, la bleased, ill deed. No one can enjoy perfect health whilst the circulation is impeded and the blood thick with fmpuritie--. . ' To remove these is not only the aim of LINDSEY'8 Improved Blood Searcher AND KEDlCAli DISCOVERY, but when renovated to keep it so. Thnt It is a complete success in the curing ot BLOOD DISEAsES, numerous certificates fully attest. We recommend it with confidence. It. E. SELI.ER8 JSc CO., Sole ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 3 April 1866

Ukt&ntdJfytmK CAMPBELL, PHEW & CO EDITOBo A>D PROPRIETORS. Ti tSDAY AORXINO, APRIL *. . Qenerala Terry iuhI Lee on (be Situa tion. A very significant question, in two forms, were put to both Gen. Leo and Gen. Terry in their recent examination before the Reconstruction Committee. We have already, published the ques tions and answers in fall in the Intel ligences. We desire now merely to re-call attention to the one question al luded to. The two men, examined a prut, and holding very different rela tions to the .Committee and the country were asked first?"Whether they sup posed the people of the South, judging from Virginia, would attempt to secede again, ifa President like Mr. Buchanan should refuse to use force to prevent se cession and thus seem to open the way. General Terry thought that if they felt sure of success they would attempt it again in such a case. General Lee, a little more cautious, thought it would depend upon circumstances, and that they might do it, if t...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 3 April 1866

Ifrtj ?ooflis. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS I JUST RECEIVED. JUST RECEIVED AT J. H. Smith & Co.'s NO. 102 MAIN ST. We are now opening oar tint Stock of Scoring Goods, Embracing FANCY KII.KS, PLAIN BLACK SILKS CREPE REGENIA'S, and DRESS GOODS generally. Also, IRISH LINENS, TABLE LINENS, LINEN SHEETINGS, BLEACHED and BROWN MUSLINS, MERRIMACK, COCHE CO, and other Print*; CRASHES, DIAPERS, CASSIMERES for Boys -wear, BA LMORAL SKIRTS, HOSIERY, EMBROIDERIES, EDGINGS, GLOVES, N ARR OW RIBBONS. DRESS TRIMMINGS, ETC., ETC?. feblS rem: March 22d, 1866. E. A. Weber's MUSIC STORE Will Be Found From To-Day TWO DOORS BELOW D. NXCOIX dfc BDO., opposite GEO. R. TAYLORS. JUST ARRIVED FOR THE Spring & Summer Trade ?AT? HENRY HARTMAN'S, 26 Monroe street, one door west of the 1st National Bank, one of the LARGEST STOCK ?OF? CLOTHIXCx FOR MEW AND BOW WEAR AND GENTS' FOMISHING GOODS! Ever brought to thlj city, which will be gold W SO L ESA L E AND RET AIL AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES! TWOULD RESPECTFULLY ...

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