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DAILY, TKI-WEEKLY, WEEKLY THE REGIftTEK I'OMPASY. TrCADAY, iAM'ARY II. lt?7?. THE WEEKLY KEU1NTF.K la the largest and altogether the most eompiete news and family paper printed In West Virginia. It will be sent to any address one year for fciuu. Valuable promiurns to cluo agents and to subscribers. DISSOLUTION. The firm of lewis baker s co? editors and proprietors of the Ksgistkk, lias been tlitsday dissolved by mutual cousent, Mr. Baker retiring. All liabilities of whatever nature of the old firm, will be settled by the new, and all debts due to the ofllce are payable to the new dnn. Lewis Rakkk, James B. Taney, Wm. J. Johns >N, wm. h. taney. Wheeling, January 1, lt>7t>. ( OPART> KltNII 1 P. The undersigned having become sole owners ot the Register, have this day usaociated themselves together for the purpose ot carrying on the Newspaper and General Job i'rlutlng and Book Binding business, under the Arm name and style of The Register Company. The business of the late drm will be closed by the subscribers, who alone aie authorized to make such settlement. Geo. H. Mo^fett, James B. Taney, ^ Wm. J. Johnson, Wm. II. Taney. Wheeling, January J, INTO. Jan3sb The vote for Governor of Ohio, as de_ clared by the Legislature, is as follows: For Allen, 292,273: for IIayes, 297.817; J at Ohell, 2,593; Hayes' plurality over Allen, 5,554; Hayes' majority, 2,961. Fowleb, the phrenologist, is getting to be an old man now, and his midnigli^ slumbers are disturbed by the ghosts ol the day-laborers he has spoiled by convincing tbcm, in their youth, that they wero born to be poets and statesmen. ^ ^ The Kev DkWittTai.maixie isperamambulating the country, inquiring "Why Men >? ever Swear by Themselves?" If DeWitt will undertake some frosty morning, when the ground is frozen in hubbels, to mount an old mule that has a sore hack, he'll never ask such a foolish question again. THE .\KXT PK US ID EXT. Under the head '-The Democratic Nonineefor President,'' the Cincinnati Enquirer discusses the question at length, and concludes that none of the statesmen prominently spoken of in that connection will be nominated, because of the operation of that sacred legacy of the past?the two-thirds rule. Wo do not think so. We believo the people will substantially have made the nomination before the Convention meets, and that the nominee will be the foremost statesman of the eountry. The drift of public sentiment is all in ono direction at this time?and that direction is patent to everyone who has observed what is going on around him. Within the past few weeks we have talked with men from several of the Western and Southern States, and have heard expressions from many living Kast, and wo but give expression to what seems to be well nigh a settled and general opinion, when we declare our conviction that Judge Allkn G. Tuur1!an'. of Ohio, will be the standard bearer of the Democratic party in the Centennial struggle. America has no abler statesman or one more intlexibly devoted to principle. Sho has none more pure, or one less given to the arts of the demagogues. lie is a patriot, devoted to the interests of every section of the country alike; a Democrat, opposed to every scheino of centralization; an American, opposed to all manner of proscription for opinion's sako, or on account of accident of birth or race; a Reformer, who will punish fraud for the sake of the Right and not for the applause of the multitude; a Financier, who will restore a sound currency and good times by an economical administration of the atlairs of the Government, lightening its burdens and simplifying its wants?in short, by the restoration of the one thing needful, con. fUlenee. TO WEST TII6II1A DEMOCRATS. There i? no Sute in the Union where any political party shows such a peculiar conditioa as is presented, by the Democratic party cf West Virginia. There seems to be in that party a mixture of irreconcilable material, which makes harmony in its ranks one ot the hardest I thin in the world, and as a consequence, I o ! the party is constantly in danger ot breaking down of its own accord, and giving over to its enemies the success which it should always be able te control. The reasons for this state of affairs are very plain. What is now West Virginia was long ago, while a portion of the State of old Virginia, very largely opposed to the Democratic party. The old Whig element, when that highly re. spectable party was in existence, was hero largely in the ascendant; and though, since the war, nearly all of these old Whigs have, through their hatred of Radicalism, affiliated with the Democracyj they still entertain somewhat of a feeling of antagonism to its old-fashioned and time-honored principles. And *it is not the old line Whigs alone who have thus come into our ranks, but, jn fact, all opposed to Radicalism have done likewise, and, of course, these fail to feel that whole souled regard for the party, as a party, which characterizes those who have been educated from childhood to believe in its teachings, and which in other localities makes it work together as an unit. Another and second reason for our want of harmony, is consequent upon, and arises directly from the first. Lacking that feeling of disinterested regard for its teachings, there are naturally many men in its ranks who are governed solely by motives of personal interest Hence they lose sight of one of the first doctrines of the party?principles not men?and are ready to bolt the track the very -- ? 1. moment that mailers uo not wurn w tun their individual ideas. So whilo they hate the ltadicals, they deliberately play into their hands, by weakening the forces of their professed friends, and thus endanger their success. Hence also is an easy explanation as to why "Independents" spring up and flourish so naturally in our midst, and hence so many things are done which wo ourselves have to condemn. Now we alludo to this subject plainly because it should be seen, appreciated and in future, rectided. We are on the verge of one of the most important, if not the most important Presidential election ever held in this country. For fifteen years the Democratic party has been in a helpless minority. As a conswjueuco, the principals established by tho fathers of the country have been ignored; the Constitution has Deen violated; tho rights of American freemen have been trampled upon; (this has been notably the case in this State) the writ of habeas corjnis has been threatened with suspension; fraud, thievery, oppression and tyranny have run rampant; high official positions liavo been" prostituted for private gain; in short, from a nohle^ high-toned people, wo havo become to be regarded as the most corrupt and unprincipled nation on the face of the globe. Now we have a chance tochange | these things; to restore tho country to ! its pristine condition, and to reinstate in - a. ? .. unrlti, Bfk/wn OltanilUlfi l nis is noi an, Diu wo Deuevo Judge Thurman ta be tho most available of the distinguished gentleman prominently named for this position. Mere acailabilxty presents a very poor ciaim; but availability allied with the greatest statesmanship and the highest honor, is good. Shrewd political calculators place tho probable vote ot the State, next lall, as follows: BKl'lHLK AN STATES. Maine .... " Illinois. "1 New Hampshire o>lowa 11 Vermont ..... 5 Minnesota 5 Massachusetts IS Nebraska... a Khixle Islam! A Kansas 5 Pennsylvania JR Colorado 3 Ohio 32 Nevada S Mlchl|(*U 11."South I'urolina 7 Wisconsin lei ? Total - liil DEMOCRATIC STATES lli.lnwiiro .'1 M lssl vsi I?l>i S Maryland K Louisiana s Virginia 11 Kentucky 1*J ' Went Virginia 5 Tennessee.. M North Carolina In Missouri 1> j Georgia 11 Arkansas i! ' Florida, ? 4 Texas K Alabama .10 ? Total - lil DOCBTFU L. STATUS. Connecticut 61 California 6 New York Ail Oregon New Jersey ?... St Indiana ....15 Total ? ?73 Admitting this to bo a proper classification, if the ltepublicans shall '-nrry New York, their candidate is elected? witnout new lorn, me isemocracy cannot succeed. Judge Ihvrman can, certainly, carry the 132 electoral votes set down to tho Democracy in tho above j table; and no Democratic Statesman is more popular in New York?not excepting Governor Tilihn?than is the Ohio , Senator. He can, beyond any reasonable j doubt, carry the Empire State, together with Connecticut on the ono hand and New Jersey on the other, as well as Indiana, California or Oregon, or all Of them. No eastern man can probably do > as well. What western man caa? We do not present Judge Thcrmax as our candidate for President?any other I gentleman, if nominated by tne uonven. j (ion, will receive as hearty a support from the Rigistkr?but wo present this as a reflex ot public opinion, as we i gather it at this time. jtuwur tut* i??i ij ? "iw.-v ?uw|/.ww it attained all its former grandeur and honorable fame. L'nder these circumstances, can men calling themselves Democrats consent to jeopardize their party's success in any manner? The contest next Fall will be close, and our five electoral votes may bo called upon to decide the mattrr* Radicals arc counting largely upon our internal dissensions, and zealously working to kindle and keep them inflamed. Now, can any opponent of Radicalism bo indifferent at this time? Most assuredly not. Next Fall an united front will be demanded of us if we wish for victory. Let us then at this early period determine en harmony. Let us forget private bickerings and strife and work together for our party's good. Then we shall disappoint our enomios nnd make glorious victory, on both State and national tickets, a certainty. With this inducement in view let us fixedly resolve to cast out from us all ! promoters of dissension, and tliut we trill havo peace. DIED. I ('II M.KAXT?Sabbath morning, January Mb, at 11 o'clock, Mrs. >1. M.I'hai.kant, mother of Kcv. U. W. Chalfani, Hgsd tw years. Funeral from Presbyterian Church, in Martin's Ferry, tills (Tuesday) morning* at 10:;*) o'clock. AKMSTRONG?Monday morning, Jan nary ivth. sirs. >am v akmstkonu, oeloved wife ut Juiues Armstrong, in the lotty-elght year of her ace. Funeral from the residence of her busbaud, No. 21.13 Eofl street, Weduesday at 2 o'clock v. M. Friends of the family are Invited. Interment at Mount Ziou cemetery. Forty year* has tested ttie vnlno of ftr. A. M. Todd's Antl-Bllllona aud Liver Fills. THE BEST FILL NOW IN;US?5? For BUllouanesal Use Dr. A. S. Tivld'a Fills. For Liver CYnnplrJnt, Use Dr. A. S. Todd's nils. For Dyspepsia, Use - ?Dr. A. H. Todd's Fills. r or Hick Headache, Use :i>r. A. S. Todd's *?llls. For Disordered Stomach, Use "? Dr. A. S. Todd's Pills. For Indigestion of Food, Use Dr. A. S. Todd s Fills. For Constipation of Bowels'1 Use Dr. A. S. Todd's Fills. I For Palpitalion of the Hear*,' Use Dr. A. s. Toild's Pills. For Impurity of the Blood, Use ;nr. A. s. Todd's PtUs. For Pains iu the Head' Use ;i>r. A. H. Todd 'a PI Us. For Pains in the Hide, Use I*r. A.H. Todd's Pills. LAlUHLlS BROTHERS 4 COM PROPRIETORS. Hold by Druggists and LValei every- ' where. FUR N Cleaned, Repaired and Altered to any stylo desired, at tho WheeliBg Glove, Knepender 4- Khonlder Brace Mauofaetory, 1612 Market St., below PostofEoe. oeVSi WHEELING DAI NEW ADVERTISEMENTS NOTICE* mHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE X Stockholders ot the Hen wood Iron "Works, and the Election ol Directors, will be held at the offloe of the Corn pan v, on Tuesday, the 25th day of Jauuary, 1570, at 7 o'clock p. m. Jalll ALONZO LOHING, Sec'y. Stockholders' Meeting. The annual meeting of the Stockholders ot the Fire and Marine Insurance Company,of Wheeling, W. Va? will be held at the office ot the Company, Tuesday, January 25Hi, 1876, from 2 to 4 o'clock p. M., for the Election of Directors to serve the ensuiug vear. A. WILSON, Pres't. C. H. Colliek, Sec'y. J al 1-18-25 TAKE NOTICE. PERSONS WHO HAVE HAD WATCHES Clocks and Jewelry at our Jewelry Store for one year and over, are hereby not!tied to call and redeem them within thirty days. 11 not redeemed at the expiration ol that time they will be sold lor charges. Jalla F. WINZENKEID A SON. ? " ? nrriftr *ri I n IIIT11 n r I HNt UmUh 'MJKNI fUKt! Of Every Description, at G. MENDEL, BOOTH & CO S. _ janll -'"vj Is the most befcutlful work of the kind in the world. It contains nearly l.r>0 pages, hundreds of fine lllusirations, and lour Chrouio Plates ol Flowers, beautifully drawn ami colored from nature. Price .V) cenls In paper covers; <3 cents hound In elegant cloth. Virk'a t'lor 1 Guide, quarterly, 25 cents a year. Address JAM EM VICK. Jatlqeg Rochester, N. Y. Trustee'? Sale OF VALUABLE MARKET STREET PROPERTY. By virtue of a deed ot trust made by Richard Nolan and Margaret Ills wile, to the undersigned trustee, dated the 2hh day of August, IsT.t, and duly recorded in the Clerk's ottice ol the County Court of Ohlocounty, West Virginia, In book No. (J, pages No*. !!> and 50, I will, on SATURDAY, the 12th of February, lJCfl, at the front door of the Court Hotiseol Ohioeounty, West Virginia,coinflencltigat tuo'clock a. m., proceed to sell to tiie highest and best bidder, the lollowiiig teal estate, tnat Is to say: A piece or parcl of ground fronting or measuring twenty-wren feet, more or less, on the west side of Market Square, in the Second watd ol the city ol Wheeling, being part of lot number one hundred and fourteen, together with the linprovements thereon. TERMS-One-liall the purchase in cash, the balance in one year from day of sale, with interest, the deterred payment to be secured by deed of trust on the properlysold. The title to the above property is believed to be unquestionable, outselling as trustee I shall only convey such title as Is vested in me by said deed of trust. JalU THUS. O'BRIEN,Trustee. HONOK UKIlin I WK HAVE INFORMATION THAT A lew retail dealers are buying interior Raking Powders, putting them in our boxes and cans and Hellinxthrai as Logan, List <t Co's Excelsior Raking Powder. This is a fraud upon consumers as well as upon us, and we ask consumers to aid us in the exposure ol sucli dishonorable practices. ASK FOR LOG AY. LIST & CO.'S Excelsior Baking Powder. Insist on having *it, and not an imitations. jail A CARD. E L A I IN1" E, THE FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL! The undersigned, Underwriters ol tlie city ol Wheeling, having witnessed tiie extraordinary tests ro which the ClaimOil, man u lac tared by Messrs. Warden <fc I Oxnard, of Pittsbngh, was subjected In our presence, hereby express our conviction that it is what it is claimed to be, a nonEx plosive Oil, ami that it is free from tlie dangerous gasses which are usually found in illuminating oils madetroin petroleum, by the use of which has been can ed no much destruction ol lite and property. We belleVe that its introduction into general use will be to the general advantage of the insurance companies and ol the com inunlty. C H. Collier, Fire A- Marino Insurance Co. 11. 7,. siiriver. Citizens' Insurance Co. J. K. Miller, .Etna Insurance Co. F. Relster, Uertuan Insuranse Co. J. V. L. (lodgers, Peanody Insurance Co. T. 1'. I'llilllps, Franklin Insurance Co. C. M. Coen, General Insurance Agent. THE TRADE SUPPLIED BY | LOGAN, LIST & CO., WHOI.KSAI.E IHU'lHilSTS, Jail WHEELING, W. VA. FOR CltlCMNATI. ? the fine, new, light ''pilRrSfc passenger steamer Amies, cnurles Muhlenuin, Commander, Ed. Mulileinan, Clerk; will leave for the above on Tues<lay, Jan. 4'h. ls7.">, at .'I r. m. For freight or passageapply on board or to C. H. BOOTH ?V CO., jalO CHAMBER SETS, Plain and Decorated, A Large Assortment. A. W. PAULL & BRO. jalO 1142 Main Street. W. 11. SIMI'SON, L. HOUR, <\ F. ZOK.N, SIMPSON & HOGE, Wholesale dealers in DRY GOODS & NOTIONS,! \o. 1109 Main Street, ASD HOS Sou ill St.. op. R. A O. It. R. Depot WHEELING, W. VA. i jalob WANTED. V SITUATION AS COOK ANI) To1 take charge of the Kitchen and Dining Koom, either in a private family | or boarding bouse. Tlie best ?f reference can be given. For particulars, apply at this office. jan ss JUST RECEIVED An Elegant Assortment of Roman Neck Chains and Crosses, A west by st and Enamel Sets, all of wbich will be sold at very low prices. TURNER & DILLON, jan4 1223 Market Street. Are You Going to Build or Paint a House? we have the largest stock of Paints and Oils, Dry and Mixed Colors, i Sash and Doors, Window Glass, Brushes, j Ac., In the city. <?lve u< a caw neiore nuy. Ing and get our prices. | Hanes, Wilson & Co..< 1 !1228 Market Street. * ... * Jau< i v LY REGISTER, TUI AMUSEMENTS. HAMILTON OPERA HOUSE, Friday Evening, January 14,1876. Grand Concert by the Stenbenville PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY! ASSISTED BY Mr. Wm. H. MacDonald, Of the Strakosch Italian Opera Company New York, and MR. 8. 8. OOLVILLE, Of I lie Gounod Club, Pittsburgh. ADMISSION?50 and 75c. Reserved Seat, at Adams 6 Lucas' MuhIo Store on ant after Wednesday morning, January il'th Without extra charge. The Steinway Grand Piano Is klndl; furnished by Messrs. Adams A Lucas. NOTICES. a Mntiro MUllllllldll OIUI 9 nuubvi Having been duly qualifiei as Admin.strator of the estate c August Holunz, deceased, i Hereby notif; all parlies who know themselves lndebtei to the said ostate, to call within thirt; days from this day at my store, No. la Eighteenth street, and settle, and thos having clains against It will present then within the same time. Jajqe CASPEIt HE1L. Stockholders' Meeting. rilHE ANNUAL MEETING OF TH! X Stockholders of the ..Etna Fire an Marine insurance Company, will be hel ut the ofllce of the Company, No. 1315 Mai Ket stnet, on Friday, January 14, 1876, bt tween the hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and o'clock v. M., to elect Seven Directors t serve lor the ensuing year. jaleodl J. K. MILLER, Sec'y. COPARTNERSHIP. rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THI X day iormed a copartnership under th name of BO TO A I'Ktllir.H. For tlie purpose of carrying on the WhoU sale J loot and Shoe and lial and Cap bus! ness, at HU Main SI., Wheeling, W. Va. Geo. W. Boyd, SAMUEL N. I'KATHEK. Wjieellmj, W Va., Jan. 1,1870. Having this day sold out the Wholexal Boot and Shoe business to Messrs. Boyd < Prattler, I hereby return ray thanks to in customers lor their past patronage an trust that they will eontlrue to grant t ray successors a like patronage. S. J. Boyd. Ail persons knowing themselves indebt *ed to s. J. Boyd or s. N. Prat her, wll please call at lill Main street, and settl their indebtedness. S. J. BOYD, JaCb ' S. N.PRATHKK. IX THE DISTRICT COURT OF Till United States, for the District of Wes Virginia, in the matter of Thomas Swet ney, In Bankruptcy. To Whom it may Concern: Tliis is to give notice that a secon general meeting of tlie creditors ot sail Thomas Sweelley, the above named bank rupt, will beheld at No. til,Twelfth streel in the City of Wheeling, in said distrlcl 011 the 271 li day of January, A. D. 187ti, a 10 o'clock A. M.. at the ollice ot, and befort George E. Boyd, Esq., one of the Register In Bankruptcy in said District, lor tii purposes named in the 5,0tf2d section ci the Revised Statutes of the United State! Title, Bankruptcy. Dated Wheeling, W. Va., January 7tli 1870. A. J. CLARKE, W. P. HUBBARD, Jan 10-1.1 Assignee) REMNANTS, REMNANTS, REMNANTS, "Wo will commenco on Monday. Jan. ? 1870, our regular closing out sale of Dress Goods and Remnants Remnants of Fine Dress Goods, Remnants of Bl'k dt Col'd Cashmere; Remnants of Mohairs & Alpacas, Remnants of Waterproofs, Remnants of Cassimeres, Remnants of White & Col'd Flannel; Remnants of Bleached Muslins, Remnaits of Brown Muslins, Remnants of Hamburg Embroidery Remnants of Prints. In connection with the above sale, w< will otter 3.UOO yards of the well kuowi Hamilton Mills PRINTED ALPACA, At 15 cents a yard, worth 25 cents al overtho United States. J. S. RHODES & CO j ? nI PRICES REDUCED We have reduced the price on HOLIDAY GOODS FORTHIS WEEK. Call and make your selections for NEW TEAR'S GTPTS XI iJ Vf X ?V VI XX JkNSj AT J. L. HOBBS, SON & CO.'S No. 1115 Main Street. dec28 DAILY REGISTER Job Rooms St Bindery Wo respectfully solicit orders for al kinds of Plain and Fancy Job Printing, * Ruling and Binding. County Clorls. And other Court Planks and Boooks made a specialty. Railroad1* supplied with all kind Book* and Blanks, Ticket*, Jtc. I^awyern' Briefs published Neatly *nd Cheaply. BANKS >upplio?l with all kinds of BooksJChecks1 Dralls, Jfcc. Mcrcbanfa' Letter Heads, Bill [leads, Cards, etc. rhc very beat wor done at tbe very lowest figures. Kstimates and samples furnished on hurt notice. Give us an order and be onvinced. 550 to$10,000 "^Sud^giS 'rivilecea, and i*ud WW per cent proflt. How to do lt.M A book on Wall Street cut free. TCMBRlLKlfc: A IXX, Banker* ? fall street. N. Y, JunlTab m SSDAY MOKNING, JANUARY 11, 1876. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FOURTEENTH ANNUAL STATEMENT 1 OF THE i FRANKLIN INSURANCE COMPANY! OF WHEELING, WEST VA., JANUARY 1st, 1876. A8SET3. f Uniled States Bonds ? ? * 21 Cash on Haud and in Bank ? 13,WW ? , Loans on Bonds"knd Mortgages lirst lieu on property worth doable the amount loaned ? 6V35 4 Real Estate, Unincumbered (U,000 (< - Agency Balances ? ? 19,tol 4. - Merchants National Bsnk ?tock.??. ? 2,520 0 City oi Wheeling Gas Bomls 2,600 U Bills Receivable ~ ? ) Premiums Uncollected, Home OfMce - 3,214 0 ,f Due from other I usurance Compaules ... ... 2,372 4 f Accrued Interest ..... - ? f&W 71 j Salvage Claims and Rents due ? ? 9,0K. ? .. Gross Premiums In Transit, December business 12,-534 2 y Due from Individuals ? 1,339 0 e OUlce Furniture ? 2,023 6 11 *251,913 0 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock ? ..*150.000 00 Losses adjusted but not due....... .......... .... 7,843 03 p Losses Contested . 14,634 01 .? Re-Insurance fund (New York Standard* 44,430 33 j Due Individuals...... . .. 1,544 55 ' *218,514 4: 3 Surplus as regards policy holders ... * 183,403 9 ? Net surplusover all liabilities 31,403 0 Losses paid since organization, over l,u>o,ouu 0 OFFICERS. J. IV. Y i-resinem, 3 MICHAEL REILLY, Vice-President. e T. P. PHILLIPS, Secretary. I. II. WILLIAMS, Asst. Sec'y and Treasurer. DIRECTORS. J. N. VANCE, GEO. B. CALDWELL, M, RE1LLY, U. W. KllANZHEIM, GEO. ADAMS, JOHN H HOBBS, John kejd, t. p. siiallckohs, L. C. STIFEL. Jan ! NEW GOODS. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED TIIE i Largest & Most Elegant Stock of Goods We ever bad, purchased personally by Mr. Ilennegen, who has been spending sonx E time East, among the factories. Wo are now prepared to give bargains 1 in Eine Cameo, Amethyst, Coral, Onyx and Gold Sets, Diamonds and Cameo Rings, j FINE ROMAN NECKLACES AND PENDENTS, d > Watches and Chains, so low that nobody need bo without one. Also an eleganl stock of Silver and Elated Ware, Bronze Clocks, &c., &c, ECENNTEGEKT, BATES cto CO., I 1154 MAIN STREET. Wholesale Store 2*20 W. Ralto. St., Baltimore, Md, j*6 i CEO. R. TAYLOR & C0., 1150 MAIN STREET. I f"t i i /M I rv a i j /v /\ rv /n NtW HULIUAY UUUUo! Our stock of New Fancy Goods for the Holidays is now open for Inspection, and will be found unusually large, attractive and cheap, i Goo, R. TaylOr tb Oo. s GEO. R. TAYLOR & CO., s 1150 Main Street. Olotli Cloaks, , Volyot CloaliH, M hkos Cloaks, I'rioos Reduoed. G-oO. R. Taylor tfc CO. 1 GEO. R. TAYLOR & CO., ! 1150 Main Street, Dress Goods, Dress Goods, Dress Goods, i AT REDUCED PRICES. Goo. H. Taylor cfc Oo. i GEO. R. TAYLOR & CO., ' 1150 Main Street. Black Nilkw, Ooloreul HilltH, AT REDUCED PRICES. f Goo. IFl. Taylor cfc Oo. I ?: GEO. R. TAYLOR & CO., 1150 Main Street. Ladies' Seal Hats, in the Grand Duchess and Victoria Styles, JUST OPENED BY Q-o3. il. Taylor, eb Oo> established in 1837. Christmas coods j J. 9ELAOR VASCE, UBORr.K ADAM. ?FOE THE? i/ANCE & ADAMS wholesale trade ! vmiub ul nunmu, Kor k h>w pre loaa touar jDKenon to C. D. Knni A Co., and Mo- Retail Display. Clellan a Knox, W? will offer to the Trade a large aaeort'Manufabturers and Jobbers mentofu?nna? and American ;of TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! Rnm\ ANDmiOFS ' Tip Wagons, Horaea. Expremtm, AnlaaM, DVJV/lO o-xl L/onV/IiO, Street ( art. de? dtr MrCoughlln'a Toy So. 1302 Main Street, Books, lancy Stationery. do., Ac.. Or. ana WHKKLJNO V. VA. STASTOS Jl 9.4TESPORT, PERIODICALS! | ^ Those about subvrlblnE for Weekly and Monthly publication* would do weti to ?i r>nn DDACIT Ail Finn call on the underslKned. All ol the above )I,/UU inUMI UN )IUU ftirnl*taed at publishers' rates. Patronize invested in Stock Privileges In Wall Ht home Institutions. Book* and Circular* telling "How tl. C. H. Qri9IOY, I done,"iw-nl free. Address Baxtek A Coa de<r2? No. 1 ill Market Street. f Banker*,17 W Ht. New York. aep37-ta? ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ^IeFironpront ! C.OCLEBAY&SONS Have removed their stock of goods to their new building, s Nos.1412&1414MainSt. 5 Where with increased facilities, they will be glad to soe Ihe.r old custn,^. ! any new ones who may favor them w.th a call. They now feel prepared j. * i) J.." r'.ll and hn ronvincad. ?WM> J Ultra liiuuuciuciibo. v??? _ i ? ! WONDERFUL BUT TBUj?, SOMETHING NEW. : THE KING OF SHIRTS! Six Wamasutta Muslin Shirts with good 2100 Irish Linen Bosoms, Fc ; Different Styles in each half dozen, Every shirt guaranteed j RETAIL PRICElJl.50 KACIJ U These Shirts are ready for the liutton Holes and Gussets. Any ladv can in l Button Holes and put in the Gussets, and by so doltnj can save Iroiu'jj m tll ' each sliirt. We invite ladies especially to examine these good*. ' We also have a large stock of Silk Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Kid Gloves Ac Holidays. J. H. STALLMAN & CO., Merchant Tailors, tied? No. 2T Twelfth St., Wheeling, W, Va NO HUMBUG. CLOTHING AT COST At GOLD BROS. > m 11Q7 MAmgT^ET, ROB T LUKI^N STAIJLKS, Market Street,T>ostoffice. ESTABLISHED IN 18^. THE OLDEST. LARGEST. AND THE ONLY t 1 First-Class Livery and Boarding Scabies In tlio Stato, 4 Ladles aud gentlemen, I keep on hand the late*t Kiyl?? of Carriages, liiinisi: the be,t style Horses in tlieclly, botb "Ingle and double. Prlvlng Morses fojri.i, and Gentlemen. The Htables are well ventiliited and roomy, with plenty ol light the latest Improvements, and the stalls are larger than any stable in tlieclly. If the stables built under my supervision from the around up. HOAIH'INU.?I am prepared to board horses aud buggies ?t reasonable rates I have sober and very careful men about my stables to handle borses, and 1st:' myself nightand day. I do not allow any loatlug about my stables. 1'ndertliei. cu instances 1 think that I can guarantee satisfaction that your horses and hu|it.' i will be properly taken care of. KlTNKKAI^t.?Any persons wishing to hire my carriages for funerals will bn\, come to the stables and leave t heir orders, as I am not connected with any pat tier undertaker. 1 ulso have lor bite at my stables one of the Finest Hearses to be b? the city. BOTH 1875. FALL AND WINTER. 1871 NEW GOODS. THOS. HUGHES & CO, Oor. Twolftb. tfc Water Sts. llavc now in stock a full lino of I English & French Worsteds, Diagnals & Fancy Suitings In New and Elegant Designs,to which the attention of their patrons and the gent's public is respectfully solicited. With Eastern Cutters of Taste and K?perience, and a corps of Skilled Workmen, wo can guarantee Style, Fit and Good Workmanship in our garments, and ean compete successfully in Prices with any First-Class Establishment of the kind in the country. A carefully selected st<? k of Gentlemen p Furnishing Goods always on hnr I. White Shirts made to order and guaranteed jn every respect, octl5 TIIOS. HUGHES k CO., ?f HEEI.IM.. 1875 Fall and Winter Goods. 1876 C. W. SEABRIGHT, MERCHANT TAILOR I have now returned from the Kastern cltle* with one ot the Urgent stork* ot Goods ever shown In thla c.'ty, Including CJotlis,McI ton*, Diagonal*,Sc otc h and Enfll*h HultlncM'*' Nluerpn and VeatlniN, Which will be made In the best style. Also a full line of (ieut's Furnishing (foo?l? ?-H HIRTH At AUK TO ORDER. I sept 18 Rio. "ilM Main Street, Centre Wheeling. IPENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA, O R G-ANIZE I) IN47. AtlTJII'l. \Ti:i> CAPITA I H*).*1 l?IYII>?M>S I'A 1D TO POI.It'Y IIOL.fll.Kft I.OHHKM PAID ? _ iLiaC*" HA Ml.. C. IJUEY, PK0UDRHT. HAM I*. K. MTOKKH. Vlre pnVt. i JAM. WK1K MAHON, Actuary. H. H. HTKI'IIENrt, il Vice i'rest. | HK.NKV AL'HTIE, hec'y. Every Policyholder In a member of the Company, entitle to all It* advantages and privilege*. It ha* declared more dividend* In number, and of a larp' ! peraentage than any company In the United State*. It I* liberal In It* management, prompt In lt**ettlemenl? ROBERT W. TUCKER, General Agent, OL ? 14 K so. 2ft. 12th ftT.. WIIVKMAO. W. ; Agent* wanted In every section ol the Htatc: alao city sollcll/.rs. augMS * JAMES CRASGLE. CLEAN AND WHOLESOME it) Bids, of the Celebrated Htandard Flour,1 rm* -?7S A 10 " Glades Buck wheat Flour, ! -MZJ ^ A. 10 " Cultivated ('rantcrrb-s, X?i " ChoiceNorthern Apple*. -yrr t-? TTnll fioH Receiving and for sale low by I V I CX? JAMW LUANGLK, .. . , ... Wholesale Produce and General ('iimfni. 1 1200 Market StreeL I xlori M< n-liHut. No lAlO MalD Street, Wheeling, W. V m?pU Oppooito McLnre fe SCHOOL BOOKS, NEW DYIN'i A5DCLEAN!N0FHTAB-i W W WVWI SIHHMEMT, hy Mr. Joaeph Scbinat*.1 . ? Ineta, No. 17? Market street, north 1 AN i) end of Market Street Bridge. In my1 employment la Mr. I?ula Ijandellr, ana- g\ a HB a a I lytic chemlat from Pari*. K ranee. All Vnkf a| MoTAPIQiQ . kind* of HhawU, l>r<-aaea. Klhbona, and ail OvIlliUI Ivl dlClldlv 1 1 kind* of Silk arvd Woolen goo<U Cleane.1 V or dyed on abort notice and price* to give aatlatactlon. Black woolen goon* trana- . _ lornied In color, via: Irrah, Ixtrk Green A1 Maroon, L?ark Kubia, California. bia-' marck, withont InJujr to fibre* or fabric. w a w a a-, Coloring,<'leanIn* ami Itepalrln* IS-n tie- X . I jOOI'llOr men'a Cloth true In the l#-%l of atyle Sample* of work can be *e#-n at any tliue* 1 ,n "BOT0i2iilT,n,rnl* P^t,,n^ >4 110) MUX STKCE1 ; The unrivaled Metropolitan. New Year's Presents CHEAP PIANO. ., i| . .4 . m AT VERY LOW ruiciifc. I Call and we it at 1323 Marka Street ^P^ra Ilouae Muaic Store. . CD,|:nP| 0 TO w,s. Sutonin., J- FRIEDEL & CO., | d~"n 8?" AOKNT. dec31 No. 1130 MAI>'* | I