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DAILY. TR1-WEEKLY, WEEKLY
THE REGISTER COMPACT.
HATl'RDAT, FEBRl'ABY 19. 1S76.
THE WEEKLY REGISTER
Is 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 S2.UU. Valuable premiums
to cluu agents and to subscribers.
DISSOLUTION.
The firm of lewim raker & co.,
editors and proprietors ot the Register
has boon tiilsUav dissolved by mutual
touseiit, Mr. Baiter retiring. All liabiliies
of whatever nature-of the old firm,
rill be settled by the new, ami all debus
iueto the ofllcu are payable to the new
Arm. Lewis Baker,
James B. Taney,
W'm. J. JouNsr >> ,
Wm. H. Taney.
Wheeling, January 1,187b.
( OI'AKT.t KUNII11*.
The undersigned having become sole
I. ...... f l.le ,lof Q J_
\J ? una ' 'I uic Ubom r.iv, c lum
aoclatcd themselves together forthepur8nee
ol carrying on tlie Newspaper ami
'eneral Job Printing ami hook Binding
business, under the firm name and stylo
of The Register Company. The business
of tile late Ilrm will he closed by ttiesuhBcribers,
who alone arc authorized to make
such settlement.
(two. h. MoEFKTT,
J.VSRi 11. Tanky,
wm. j. johnston,
Wm. H. Taney.
Wheeling, January J, ISTti. janosb
The Pan-Handle JV'eies announces the
arrival of thirty-five head of Atwood
sheep recently purchased by Mr. C. II.
B call, of Brooke county. These sheep
come from Vermont, ar.d have been kept
pure in the family from Humphreys
importation in 180*2. The jVws says that
tho wool of many of these sheep is of
superior quality and fineness of fibre.
We are glad to note tho enterprise of our
wool growers in improving their stock of
sheep.
m m
1I1.XRT CLAT DK AX.
w e were gratified with a visit last even,
ing from that sterling Democratic orator
of tho West, Henry Clay Dean
formerly of Iowa, but now ot Missouri.
Mr. Dean* is a line talker; ho has ciear
and very decided views on the politics of
tho day. Ho thinks that it is time for
the Democratic party to quit its policy
of trimming, and must make a square
light on a Democratic platform. The
Greeley departure taught us a hitter
lesson, and we ought to prolit by the experience.
Mr. Dean in speaking of J eye
Davis' letter in reply .to Blaine said?
that while looking at it in a party sen?e
the lettei might have beeu impolitic, yet
he admired and commended the spirit
which prompted Mr. Davis to write it.
lie said that Mr. Davis was an old man
rapidly approaching the grave, and that
while he had held many responsible positions,
not even a suspicion had ever
rested upon his moral character. And
now occupying a proscribed position with
fo-ty millions of people arrayed against
him, the ex-Speaker of the House of Representatives
should condescend, in a
mean malignant manner,"to cast aspersions
upon his character, ho was bound to
admire the spirit of the old man raising
his manacled arm to repel the foul
charge and save the honor of himself
and family?all that was now left luni
worth saving. Mr. Dean will remain
in the city lor several days.
WEST YIKUI.M t STATE UltANUC.
We have received a copy of the proceedings
of the State Grange of West
Virginia, held at Alderson, on the 4th
November, 187">. Hon. B. M. Kitchen*
of Berkeley, is Master and James K.
Hall, K-q, of Barbour, Secretary. K.
W. Baylor, of Jefferson; J. II. Light,
of Berkeley, and Isaac II. Stridkr, of
nomnnco t lw? K'.YPPIlt i VP
Committee. The following resolutions
were adopted nt the last session:
Resolved, That the following interrogatories
shall he propounded to all candidates
for otlices in this State, and the
printed in the proceedings of this meeting:
1. Are you in lavor of the present
railroad management in this rotate, and
are you in favor of the discrimination
that now exists? If not, what modifications
will you propose and advocate?
2. Are you in favor of taxing the property
of railroads and other corporations,
as all the other property of the State is
taxed, and enacting a law enforcing the
collection of the same?
3. Are you in favor of limiting the
session of the legislature to forty-five
days, and not to exceed sixty days in the
biennial term?
4. Will you vote to abolish the present
usury law, and advocate one more
stringent, that will insure reformation?
5 Will you accept a free pass, or emolument
of any kiud, from railroad companies,
and also take mil'-age from the
State in addition.
0. Are you in lavor of compelling railroads
to fence their roads, as individualare
required to fence their property, or
to compel them to pay for all property
killed, injured or destroyed by them; and
will you advocate it by the a loption of a
law to enforce it?
7. Will you advocate tho passage of a
law requiring members ol the Legislature
and all State officers, on oath, to
refuse to receive mileage, in every instance.
when they hold, or have held, a
free pass from any railroad?
8. Will you vote to reduce the fees of
sheriffs, clerks, and other officers, so as to
reduce the expenses oC litigation?
y. Will you vote for a stringent dog
law, that will protect the raising of sheep
in thi9 State?
10. Are you in a condition to legislate
impartially? In other words, are you
obligated pecuniarily or otherwise, to
monopolies, railroad companies, or to in
dividuals, which might iutluence your independent
action upon any question
which may arise during your term of
office?
11. Do you hold a free pass of an v railroad
dow, and if so, will you continue to
hold it?
12. "Can a man who holds a free pass
and receives other benefits from corporations,
or individuals, legislate impartially,
when said legislation conflicts with their
interests?
13. Are you in favor of requiring all
persons to keep their stock within their
own bounds or enclosures, and to make
the parties who permit their stock to run
at large responsible for all damage done
by said stock; and will you advocate the
passage and enforcement of a law to this
effect; provided, that each county may
adopt or reject said law by a vote of the
people residing in the county, outside of
the boundary of any incorporated town,
at any general election?
Resolved, That it shall be the duty of
the Master of every Subordinate Grange
"in this State to propound the above 1
questions, in writiug, to every eandi- j
(into who ask the suffrages of the voters |
ot West Virginia, and that the answers ;
thefeU) shall bo filed *ith their bhxiSedtogs.
I
So that condidates who expect '.he
supportof the Grange element will have ;
to come into the contest with clean ]
hands, asd forego the pleasures and piv- i
ilege of free passes.
zxcriary Taylor is another of the '
' American Presidents much noted in the
I life ana neglected in death, llis grave, j
j unmarked by a single stone, is in the j
I midst of a Texan prairie?jVeto' 1'urk
| H'orW.
The above might well have emenated
from a Comanche of the prairies. To the
contrary of its truth, ex-President Taylor
was buried at the old family homestead
in Kentucky, his resting piaee
marked in such an unpretending manner
as his gallant sou, Gen. Iticbard Taylor,
and his attached daughter, Mrs Handriii.ro
nf Virginia, (formerly Mrs. llliss,) j
j deemed most suitable. An effort is be|
ing made in Kentucky, however, to erect
j a more stately monument over General
i Taylor's remains as a public commemoration
of his virtues and heroism,?HaitiI
more Sun.
Whim Bessie Turner, who is on her
lecturing tour, registers her name and
asks the hotel clerk to give her a quiet
room where sho will not be disturbed
by the tramping through the hall and
otherwise, he glances at the signature,
smiles a light, sarcastic smile, and thinks
of a long-haired, thin-legged man in a
fluttering night sh' -, ugging her, at the
dead of night, from the basement to the
garret of a house in Bnu klyn without
disturbing the tranquillity oi ner slumber.?Chicago
Times.
The Charleston News, of January 27;
says: '"Colonel Sellers took in $54G in
one night in Columbus, lie visited the
South under the management of Mr.
Ford, of Baltimore, M r. Ford takes $:i(X)
of tbo gross proceeds, aud pays all the
expenses. Air. Kaymond and Mark
Twain each get thirty per cent, of the remainder."
The kind hearted old gentleman who
edits thp Jackson Standard remarks that
all the "bull-necked, hog-jawed libertines
of the country" are delighted with Bowen's
letter skinning Bcecher. The editor
of the Standard seems to improve
with age.?Cincinnati Inquirer.
m ^ After
to day "Jonkling" will not be
printed in this column as a rhyme for.
Conkiing, unless rt comes from Tennyson.?
Xeio York Herald.
Grace before meat?A handsome woman
at market.
E>IKI>.
RIGUS?February loth, at his residence,
foot of Long Keach, Pleasants county. \V.
Va, Edmund Riuus, in theniuety-third
year of his age.
Mr. Higes was born in 1781, in Bedford
{ county, Fa. lie came in October, 171W, to
the Ohio with his father, who set lied in
what is now Washington, county, Ohio.
1'his region was then literally a "howling
wilderness." lie has killed eighteen panthers,
and heartland wolves without number.
In iM5 lie came to Ills late place ol
residence, then Oliio county, Virginia. t)f
lii.s eleven children oniy fuursui vive him.
He was a man of tbestrictest integrity, and
was universally respected.
Grace Isi.ano, W. Va., Feb. lit. 187U.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
\ LWAYS GET THE BEST.
REED'S COUCH' SYRUP,
The Sales', most Effective and Popular
I COUGH REMEDY in the
market.
IM> Mir Mltd.MT A CO toil,
How 'Vcrslight. Use REED'SCougli Syruj ?
There is no preparation e?iual to it.
McCABK, KRAFT A CO.. Proprietors.
Wheeling, W. Va
; a-vr-mid by all Dealers In Medicine.
uovlSegsb
Forty jfiir* Iih.h Iwlwl I lie value of
t?r. v. s. Todd's anii-llllIIoiih and
j Liver IMII-c.
Till; BEST PIIjL NOW IN USE*
For Dllliousneasl
Use l>r. A. .-J. Todd's Pills.
For Diver Coinplsiut,
Use Dr. A. S. Todd's Pills.
For Dyspepsia,
Use ?JDr. A. S. Todd's rills.
Pur Sick Headache,
Use Dr. A. S. Todd's Vills.
Fur Disordered Stomach,
Use Dr. A. N. Todd's Fills.
For Indigestion ot Food,
Use Dr. A. S. Todd s Fills.
1 For Constipation ol Dowels)
Use Dr. A. H. Todd's Fills.
For Palpitation of tlie Hear*,
Use Dr. A. s. Todd's Fills.
For Impurity ot t lie lilood.
Use Dr. A. S.Todd's Fills.
For I'uins'iii the Head
Use Dr. A. S. Todd's Pills.
For Fains In the Side,
Use Dr. A.S. 'I'mIll's pills.
I.AIUHI.IS BROTHER* <1 CO.,
PROPRIETORS.
1 Sold !>y Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
C. A. WIR6ERTEB,
DENTIST.
Office and rksidknck no. 1057,
Main street, above llth, Wheeling, W.
[ Va. Nitrous Oxide Gas and other aiift'sthetlcs
administered oetH
3.0 X^OTjJXTIDS
C(HOICK PRUNES FOR ONE DOLLAR
/ at
CRAWFORD A THORUUN'S,
ieb!2 1070 Market St.. cor. Eleventh.
JSXJDT DRI533,
I 1 Pumepathie Cocoa,
B.tkei's < 'liocolete,
l.- a.v Perrin's Worcestershire Sauce,
i(e? Ac., Ac., at
IrhU CRAWFORD A TIIOBUKN'S.
New dying andcleaningestab
SlsHMENT.br Mr.JosephScbmatxiuctz,
No. 17-fcT Market street, north
end of Market Street Bridge. In my
employment is Mr. Louts Dundelir, analytic
chemist hum Paris. France. All
kinds of shawls, Dresses, Ribbons, and all
kinds of SI Ik and Woolen goods Cleaned
or dyed on short notice and prices to give
satisiaclioii. Black woolen goods translormed
in color,'viz: Dru'>. Dark Green,
Maroon, Dark Ruhis, California. Bisinarck,
without injiuy to (Hires or fabric.
Coloring, < 'leaning ami Repairing Gentlemen's
clothing in the best of style.
>ainpies or wont can sn'ii ninny unit' |
in my establishment. 1'atrouuge solicited. t
noy6tt>8<kT i
BU OTIOE.
Clerk's Office Board of Com'rsO j
Wheeling, Feb. 8, ltwti. ) j
To all wlioin it may concern: This is to I
give notice that .I.C.Crisp and others,by )
petition to the B >nrd of CommisMoners,
a-k tor an additional place of voting in
Liberty IRstrict, said voting precinct to I
beat t he "village ot l'ototnac, on Castleman's
Kan, ami to l?e known as Precinct
No. .'{.Liberty ltistri i. Final action will he
had at the meetingof the Hoard in March.
Bv order ot t lie Board of Cointnissioners.
CI I AH. 11. DEITK1W, Clerk.
feb9treddsat-tomeht
Canary Birds For Sale.
* FINK LOT OP CANARIES, MALE;
1 A ami Female, for sale, ad guaranteed :
! singers, at the low price of ?.'> 00 a piece, at I
HKNKY HKLKMBKIWHT'S, !
i No. 601, corner < f Market and sixth streets '
North Wheeling. Jn.tlSA.Mh j
yiiOSE SI' FFEBlXl* WITH
EYES
Are invited to call and examine our j
extensive stock of
Spectacle* and Eye-Glasses.
LOT IS DEC1IEKT,
fetdG 1>07 Market Street.
Everybody Who Loves Books ;
Is INVITED AT ALL TIMES TO
drop in the City Book Store, and take
a look at our Bookshelves as we make it.
Headquarters for Readers.
STAXTON A DAVEBiPORT, ?
U-bJ O TWELFTH STREET 0
WHEELING DAILY
MEW ADVERTISEMENTS N
\ Choice Oyster Soup Lunch
A T THE NAIL CITY SALOON, OPPOA.
BITE the PostoOlce, this Saturday, ^
will be served all day and night. g
All patron's and friends will be attended
to with pleasure. Don't fail to come and ,
?ee me. TH03. HAWLEY,
febl9 Proprietor. !
OPERA {GLASSES. ! 3
A large invoice of the celebrated Lenta- *~
vio Opera Glasses just received and
lor sale at low prices by
? o. mi i rtM St
1 uttntn ? viiihvai|
febl7 1223 Market Street. !
Funeral IMotice--l. 0. 0. F. d
The member* of wm. tell lodge te
No. 6, and Wm. Tell Encampment, P1
ment, are hereby notified to meet at their
Hali, on this Saturday afternoon, at 1:30 _
o'clock, to pay the last tribute of respect
toourdeceased brother, Henry Miller. The
members of sister lodges In good standing, T
are respectlully invited toatteud. ir
leb!9 JOHN HAL.VDI, Sec'y.
BRACES
For Ladies, Gents anil Children on hand
and made to order at the P1
Glove, Nnnpender dr Shoulder Brace
Manufactory,
No. 1612 Market St., below PostoUice.
feb!9
CARBON OIL CHANDELIERS
Bracket Lamps, Parlor Lamp?, German
Study Lamps. Large assortment It
at low prices, at
A. W. PAULL & BRO'S.
,A'? 1149 Main Street. ^
lOUi %J ?
FIRST ANNUAL BALL !
by the
F. A. BRITT BOAT CLUB,
On the Eve of Washington's Birthday,
noVDAV Evening, Feb. 2J, i0
at
Turner Ilall.
The Committee oi Arrangements have
spared no pains to make this the finest
aflair of the season in the hall line.
Music by Prof. Win, Mayers' lull Cotillion
Hand.
TICKETS. 81.00. Iebl9r
HUMPHREY'S WITCH HAZEL 1
tr
AND
HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS, "
AT
V
SULLSVAFJ'S, ,
ir
feb lie k's Block, loO'J Market St.
Sealed Proposals.
City Clerk's Off ice,
Wheeling, W. Va., Feb. i?, l?7il.
Sealed proposals will he received a' the
office ot the City Clerk until Monday, Feb- el
ruary 28, 187(1, at 2 o'cioek c. M., for I he re- b
moval of all kitchen garbage and ofl tl
from wllbiu the city limits. All bids must
he made separate for ea;h district, and to hi
commence on the 1st day of March, 1876, y
and end on the 16ih day of lune, 1876. All 1
bids shall be ailtlresse I to the Chairman o!
tllC Committee on Health,
feblli F. A. IlltfTT, City Clerk.
Sealed Proposals.
City clerk's Office,
Wiieefikm, W. \ A., Feb. Is, ls/6. 0
Sealed proposals will be received at the <p
office of the City Clerk until Monday, Feb* u
rurary 28, 1*76, at2o'clock p. m., lor the ,
making and delivering of nil Ousting the 11
City of Wheeling may wav t for one year,
except Water Pipe, Stop Cocks and Fire Plugs.
Bids to be indorsed,''Proposals for
Castings for the City," and addiessed to
the Chairman of the Committee on Water
Works. F. A. lllUTT.
Icbi.s i it) icrxt.
Sealed Proposals. "
City Cmcrk's Oki k f,
Wheeling, W. Va? Feb. In 1*76,
Sealed proposals will bo received at the
office of the City Clerk until Monday, February
2k, I87t?, at 2 o'clock i*. si., for furmshiiiu
the city water works, clerk's office,
look-up and hose houses, willi clean coal,
mixed coal, or coal as it c ines from the
bank, delivered ul the water works, and
for one year, beginning on the 1st day of
April, 1876, payments to he made monthly.
The contractor to give bond ami good ,,
security for Lite fulfillment of t In- contract
The bids lo be endorsed, "For Coal lor 15
Water Works,"and addressed to tliei 'hair- s;,
man of the Committee on Waterworks.
tehly F. A. liilITT, City Clerk. '
(J
Sealed Proposals for Cue of
Coal Scales.
City Ci.erk's office,
Wheeling, W. Va., Feb. Is, ih7<l.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of tlie City Clerk until Monday, Fels
ruary 28,1876, at 2 o'clock l*. v., for i lit' use p
ol the Coal Scales in the First, second, .
Fourth, Fifth. Seventh ami Eighth wards *
ofthecltv. The scales that proposals will Ti
be received lor in the above named wards,
are as follows:
First ward?Lorn ted mar the corner of
Seventh and Market streets. [,i
second ward?Scales at the north end ot
Second Ward Market.
Kourtd ward scales?One on the corner ti)
of Kofl and Seventeenth streets; one at :he
east end of old /una street bridge (now _
Seventeenth Si.,)and one at the Manchester
Coal Works.
Fiftn ward?Scales at the south end ot \\
the Market Square, Centre Whee.lng.
Seventh ward?Scales located on X.ane
street.
Kighth ward scales?One on the corner
ot Thirty-ninth and Jacoh streets.
All hids to keep said scales in g..o<l order
and repair, llld-tor the Fourth ward scaly* ?
will he received for one or all scales in s,?bl
ward. F. A. BttlTT. er
feb!9 City Clerk.
For Cincinnati & Intermediate Points
- <lr*- *> I1IF, NFW ANI? SWIF'l
MwhBPK passenger steamer. llt'lS'tN, ?
Win. M. last. Master: I'll .11i. 1?. List,
Clerk, leaves for the above on Saturday, II
Feb. 19th, at 8 o'clock p. m. For freight ar
or passage apply on hoard, or to
JuntS C. 11. BOOTH ,'c CO., Agents. Wl
WANTED. d<
A MAN AND WOMAN TO TAKE M
A charge of 1'iedmont Hospital small tv
pox,) in this city. No paitent in it at tic- :
sent: only three there In the past year. ! Pr
Salary paid monthly and rent tree. Aiq> y i cli
Immediately to the under-igm d. No. ?*i ?
Twelfth street, at his office hours, viz: 7 to '
9 a. m., 1 to a and 6 to 8 i\ M.
a I.. JKPSON. I w
tebJNs Health Officer. Hr
BILLIARD TABLES
pOK SALE CHEAP. , ^
Four Brunswick A BnlkeTables, Fltclan '
A OaU<ndtr Cushions, Novelty Bevel Fat- I
tern, Standard Size, n a >t?d Inlaid i
Frames, with new Ballsand Fixture* com- I
plete. Tables have been used less than six
months, are suitable for < ither public or ;
private use. Will lie sold low,as the room
they occupy is required to: other purposes.
Address E. K. WARN Kit.
feblTt McLnro House. Wheeling, j
MEMORANDUM PADS!,
For sale at the Register Counting 1
Room, suitable for keeping
Memoranda in Pencil.
Very cheap and convenient. Every business
house ?hould have one. ja21 ^
GALVANIZED IRON COflHICFS
Window Caps, friN
ROUF, CJN'DUCTORS, at 1
BRAUN & BRO S,
25 MA1IN ST., one door hI?>to Store G,
t Thomas, Wheeling. sepde ,
REGISTER, SATUI
ew advertisements
SPRING TRADE 1876.
INGLE & ISHAM,
Wholesale Grocers,
L308 MAIN ST.
eb8
kew orleans 8cgars.
We have bow in store a full lineol
igars?
FAIR, FULLV FAIR,'
U L) I U L1 /'U/lf/'U
r A1 J1D, V/ULVJLVOJ,
irect from Plantation?, which we will
11 all through the reason at very low
ices for cash or on the usual time,
TINGLE & 1SHAM.
SEW ORLEAXS MOLASSES
1 store and arriving. A large stock ot
GOOD,
PRIME,
CilGlCE,
olussee from the celebrated Evergreen
nutation. TINGLE & IdHAM.
SYR EPS.
ommon,
Medium,
Corn Cake Drip?,
\V hite Sugar Drips,
Crystal Drips,
Rock Candy Drips,
1 store and for sale.
TINGLE & I3HAM.
KEFIXED SI/GARS.
ranklin B's,
Cosmopolitan A's,"
Granulated,
Powdered,
Crushed,
For sale. TINGLE & ISHAM.
COFFEE.
Our stock is complete and prices vory
w for
Good,
Prime,
Choice,
Kio and Java.
TINGLE &ISUAM.
ROASTED COFFEE.
ur celebrated brand,
TINGLE & IS HAM'S CHOICE,
a? become deservedly popular with the
ade. It may now be found in most all
rst class retail stores in the city and
iuntrv. Those without it would largely
icrease their sales by keeping it in stock.
TINGLE &ISHAM.
CAROLINA RICE.
V'e have in store the
LARGEST STOCK OF RICE
n the market, direct from factors in
i South Carolina, and are prepared to
tier buyers good goods lower than they
in buy elsewhere,all through the season.
TINGLE ? ISHAM.
TEAS.
This branch of our bu.-iness has for
>me years been substantially on the inpease,
owing to the care we bestow in
uying our stock, and long experience
i handling Teas, which enables us to
tier the trude
'oung Hyson,
llvsons,
Gunpowders,
Imperials,
Oolongs, *
Souchongs,
Japans,
f all grades at less prices and of better
ualities than can bo bought in any house
i the city. We will match any Eastern
ouse in price and quality.
tingle & isiiam.
TOBACCOS.
\avj lbn,
Halbrook's Monitor, Louisville,
Locker, Virginia Dare,
*.Jib Doom, Cable Koll.
Xavy 1-3*.
Jib Doom.' Louisville,
Old lioliable, Nectar,
Andrew Jackson.
I- Ii and IOn.
Andrew Jackson, P.antors' Chew.
Univers .1.
TwIiIn,
old Charm, Jeweled Bars,
eau Monde, Patrick Henry,J
inny South, Mi'.lners,
albolh, Venus,
Inch in Caddies, Pig Leaf in Drums.
bright iiin.
lVach Blossom, Washoe,
liosc Lump, Victoria,
Peytou Graveley.
Smoking.
. G. J=, Js A lbs., Good Enough Js.
rtny A Navy Js, Scrap $s,
ddi A Jerry Js, Joker js,
Old Six Twist.
With the above extensivo variety of
aiids and largo stock ol Tobacco, we
vile all who buy these goods to consult
,eir own interest bv giving us a call.
TINGLE A 1SHAM.
FISH.
i"o have a large stock of
Mackerel,
Lake Herring,
White Fish,
Codfish,
nd'will as usual supply the trade at lowprices
than elsewhere.
TINGLE A ISI1AMSUNDRIES.
TT _ J , U I I O,
Iiucr VIH* urnu ?- immv uui nt tr,
nbs, "Washboards, Brooms. Cheese,
ominy,Soaps of all brands. Spires whole
id ground, Alum, .Madder, Ex. Logood,Eps<om
Salts, Blue Vitriol,Sal Soda,
i Carh Soda. Essences. Vinegar, Win>w
Glass, Naiis, Concentrated Lye,
niches. Axle Greese, Bath Brick,
wines, li< pe. B-d Cords, Wrapping Puts,
Paper Baps, and many other arties
w hich for want of space we cannot
ention.
Bv ofl'ering good goods at low prices,
it h prompt attention, we hope to merit 1
id receive the patronage of the merlants,
TINGLE & IM1A.M
1 ALL'S
ART
GALLERY
WILL RKMOYBTO
.'05 MARKET STREET,
ipMeLure House, from February ,
lith to .March 1st. dec2
OMD A\'JD CHEAP.
i
Elegant Now Ma*on & Hamlin Orns.
rive octaves, feven stops and knee
cil for Slot). Call aud sec.
ADAMS A LUCAS,
v4 12*J7 Market Street.
iNE HALL RACKS!
AT
. MENDEL, BOOTH & CO S.
febl2
IDAY MORNING, FI
AMUSEMENTS.
HAMILTON OPERA HOUSE.
CJAMKS HAMILTON ? Manager
Return of the Favorites.
TTwo Klfhls aud JlMlnef."W
Friday and Saturday, February 18 and 19,
Saturday Matinee, at 2 o'clock.
Sheridan and Mack's
Grand combination of
SPECIALTY ARTISTS,
Including the lollowing celebrities:
MissAlecia Jourdan, Male and Female
Character Artist; Miss Rasa Leigh, (queen 1
ot Bong; Miss Grace Edgarton, Soubrette;
! Mr. J. D. Kelly, Musical Genius; Mr. W.
| Turner, the Lightning Caricaturist; Mr.
J. B. Douniker, Solo Violinist, Mr. B.
Percy, Grotesque Dancer; Mr. Win. Allen,
Comedian; Mr. F. A. Fenn, Antipodean
Wonder, and Messrs. SHERIDAN AND
MACK, America's greatest Actors and
Comedians.
Prices of Admission?35, 55 and 75 cents.
Reserved Seals may now be had at AdurnsA
Lucas'Music Store, Without extra
charge. W. S. IRVING, Agent.
. iebI5t
HAMILTON OPERA HOUSE.
JAMES HAMILTON _ -..Manager.
MONDAY AND TIESDAY, FEBRCAKY
21 aud 22.
Engagement limited to two nights, previous
to his departure tor Europe, of the
Great ana Famous Trngediau,
BARRY SULLIVAN!
Supported by J. F. CATHCART and the
Grand opera House Company of
Cincinnati.
MONDAY EVENING. Shakespeare's Historical
play,
"RICHARD III!"
Berry Sullivan's Richard HI is the best
we have ever seen.?Boston Globe.
TUESDAY EVENING, and positively
the last appearance ol the greatest actor of
the age, when will be presented Shakespeare's
sublime tragedy,
" HAMLET 2"
Mr. Barry Sullivan is the noblest Hamlet
we have ever seen.?Boston Post.
The management announces that notwithstanding
ttie enormous expense attenaing
the engagement ot this truly
Great Tragic Actor, he will adoot the following
prices within the reach of all.
Orchestra and Dress Circle S1.00
Reserved 1.25
Family Circle - 75c
Reserved i.wj
Reserved Seats now on sale at Adams A
Lucas'Music Store. Iebl7u
HAMILTON OPERA HOUSEL
THREE NIGHTS AND SATURDAY
MATINEE, COM 53 EN CI SO
THURSDAY, February 24.
Entire New Play, New Company, New I
Scenery, Ac., the Original Scout
Co initiation,
Buffalo Z311X2
(Hon. \V. F. Cody.)
JACK. 2
(J. B. Omohuudro.). Aud the peerless Dauseuse,
MDLLK. MoULAl't ill, in the
great Western drama of
'l.lfe on the Border, nud Scouts of
Hie IMaIn*.''
Mile Morlacchi will appear each evening
in four ditterent characters in the
sparkliug Comedy ot "Thrice Married."
supported by a well-selected Dramatic
Company.
Prices as Usual. Reserved Seats 75c, to
be had at Adams A Lueas'Music Store tour
days in advance. JOSH E. OUDFN,
febltfu General Agent.
DAILY REGISTER
Job Rooms & Bindery (
We respectfully solicit orders for al
kinds of Plain and Fancy
Job Printing,
Ruling and
Binding.:
I
County OlorltL
And other Court Planks and Boooks
made a specialty.
Ilailroaris supplied with all kind
of Books and Blank*, Tickets, ?kc.
Lawyers' BriefsJpubli-hed Neatly
and Cheaply. J
13 K.Sj
Supplied with all kindsjof Books, Checks'
Drafts, &c.
.Merchants' letter JUeads, Bill
Heads, Cards, etc.
Tiie very best work (lone at
'Td f lin voi'V Inir/iwt fi^nrwu
?"*- ? VB J IV VTV<9? vr.|
Estimates and samples furnished on
short notice. Give us an order and be
convinced.
THE REGISTER COMPANY.
HOTELS.
Stop at the Continental Hotel,
IJ1AIKMONT, WEST YA., K. W.SHI RTLKKF,
Proprietor.
This Is a large hotel, and Is locateil in the
business part ot the town. Accommodations
first-class; sample rooms for commercial
trav eh-rs: no charge lor hauli ig t.aggage.
Fine livery and stable. New
hack line, strictly tor travel, leaves for
Morgnntown every duy. Bus to and front
all trains. ocfosh
I FroncliV Hotel,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN,
Opposite City Hall. I'nrk.
Court House ami New I'ostofliee.
N"ow Y oris .
All Modern Improvements, Including 1
Elevator. RoomsSl per day and upwards. |
T.J. FRENCH A BROS., ,
Jy.'Wgc Proprietors.
COLUMBIA HOUSE,
I VOS. 10X1 AND Ktt4 MARKET STREET.
, Wheeling, W. Va., Welly's old stand, I
run,. nillil Kr. Proprietor.
First -class Rooms, First-class Table, and i
i First-class Stables, ('all and sc.- for your1
self. I guarantee satisfaction and cheap
i rates. ocuil !
__
SAVE MONEY.
* LARGE LOT OF GCJOD SECOND
hand Sewing Machines in perfect
order for sale VERY CHEAP. All kinds,
singer. Wheeler A Wilson, Howe, Gruver
A Baker, Ac.. Ac.
C II AS. A. KRYTER,
febli 1115 MARKET cT.
TO SMOKERS,
T HAVE Jt'sT RECIEVED AN INJL
VOICE of Import.si and K?-v West
cigars, whiclt I am retailing at tobblng
prices. Give me a call, you will flnd rny
counter the cheapest in the eitv.
HL'GO U LOOS.
dtrJl No. 70Twelfth street.
QET YOUR .
PICTURES FRAMED
AT
McLure House Art Storp..
feblO E. L. XICOLL.
IBRUARY 19, 1876.
MiSCELLANOEUS.
A Good Dollar's Worth
4Q LBS CHOICE NEW ORLEANS 8U
14 C*r. at the Oor.of Market and Foui
tenth Hti.
_feb? R. J. SMYTH.
Rock Candy Drips.
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT O
Rock Candy J'rip#, cltar as crysti
and sweet as honey.
R. J. SMYTH.
let>9 Cor. Market A Fourteenth sts.
Fine Teas.
I HAVE IN STORE A VERY LARQ
stock ot new season Teas, oo&Hislin
of finest Gunpowder, Imperial, Youn
Hyson, and Hyson, in Greensi and Cholc
Oolong. English Breakfast and Japai
all ol which 1 offer at very reasouabl
prices. R. J. SMITH,
Cor. Market and Fourteenth Sts.
n ? T T II T 0 obtained in the Unite
r <1 r N I \ States, Canada, an
H I L 11 I U Europe; terms as lo
as those of any otlx
reliable house. Correspondence invite
in t)i?? English and foreign languages, wit
inventors, Attorneys at Iaw, and othc
Solicitors, especially with those who ha>
had their cases rejected in the hands
attorneys. In rejected cases our lees a:
reasonable, and no charge is made unle
we ore successful.
IMVFITnR^ '-SSK J3SABSS
111 I Lll I UIIOl ttiid a full description
your invention and ?
will make an examination at the Patei
Office, and it we think it patentable wl
setid vou papers and advice, and prosecu
your case.
I n il I 0 T <>ml or bitten in all ma
Auv ItMriMCRf
Jj4w and lhveu- | II L
tions.
References?Hon. M. P. Leggett,ex-Cor
niissloner of Patents. Cleveland, Onto;
H. Kelhy, Hs^., Sec'y National Gratia
Louisville, Ky.
Send Stamp for our "Guide for Obtal
lng Patents." Address
LOl'IS BAGGER A CO.,
Solicitors ol Patents, Washington, JJ.
feblO
ARCHITECTI"RAL AM) MECHANIC/
Drawings <>l every description prompt
executed, by expert English and Oermi
Draughtsmen at the lowest possible rati
Office on Main Street,
feb5 OVER PEOPLES' RANK
Keiinod Su^ar>
100 Bbla. Crushed, Powdered A UranulaU
100 Bbls. A B and Extra C.
100 " Yellows.
In store and for sale by
v23 M. RFII,LY.
yr \'A. STENCIL AND SEAL WO IU
JOHN II. ZKVERLY, Prepr.
STAMPS, SEALS. CHECKS, INK
steel Alphabets and Figures on hand ni
made to order. No. 17;tl Mai'Ket street, li
low PostMTloe, Wheeling. W. Va. tyt
SpringGood:
WE 114YE J EST RECEIVED
1 Case New York Mills Muslins,
1 Case Fruit of the Loom Bleacht
Muslin,
1 Case Pride of the West Muslin,
1 Case Art Bleached Muslin,
1 n l i.I. j.
i oase Lonsuaie uu.
20 Pieces Bleached & Brown Tab
Damask?cheap.
9-4 & 10-4 Bleach'd Sheetings
the best makes.
1 Case Large White Quilts, IS eacl
3 Cases Dark Madder Prints, 6 1-4
Two cases Cochico Gambrics ar
Shirting Prints.
Ton IN. II Ik <'a?liincn' l"lnislio.l Sill
hi vory I?h prlcfi.
211 IN. Itl'li Silk Flnlslicl Molinlrk.
CHEAP COUNTER.
Wo have ma.lo lar<;o inMitioiis to o
Cheap < 'ountcr of REMNANTSA KANt
(iOOI)S.
J. S. RHODES & C(
febfi
Ayer's
flair
Fo/ restoring Gray Hair t
its natural Vitality and Coloi
orv/tn-il 'c.l'i, v:ith glo. <
freshness of youth. Thin h.iir
thickened, fallini: hair checked, an
baldness often, though not alwayi
rtired hv its; use. Nnt.hinrr ofin r<
store the hair where the follicles ai
destroyed, or the glands atrophic
and decayed. But such as remai
can be saved for usefulness by thi
application. Instead of fouling tli
hair with a pasty sediment, it wi
keej> it clean and vigorous. Il
occasional u*e will prevent the ha;
from turning gray or falling of
and consequently prevent baldnesj
Free from those deleterious sul
stances w hich make some prcpan
lions dangerous and injurious t
the hair, the Vigor can only benet
but not harm it. If wanted mere!
for a
HAIR DRESSING,
nothing else can be found so desii
able. Corf.a.ning neither oil nc
dye, it does not soil white can
brie, and yet lasts long on the bail
giving it a rich glossy lustre and
grateful perfume.
PRE PA RED R7
Dr. J. C. AYER CO., Lowell, Mass
Practical and Analytical Chcmirti.
SOLD T'.V ALL DErGGISTS ZVEBTWHTR1
UNDERTAKING.
CIOFFINX FROM THE f'HEAPf>
/ price* to the finely ornamented t'A.*
khl. Heal hearse. and barks furmahed.
WM.ZINK A SON.
Farnliure an?l Carpet Room*,
North end Centre Wheeling Marke
lebU
. ,
SEP. B. TAYLOR & CO.
: CHEAP COUNTERS !
s CHEAP COUNTERS !
E
I
K
*
1,
le _ _
We will Commence our Annual Sale of the
d
id
w
?r
| Entire Stock of Spring and Summer
*
re I
1 |
i DRESS GOODS!
te
,t
L CARRIED OVER EKUM DA ST SEASON,
nO.
u- I
- To-day, Monday, the 14th,
AT OUR
CHEAP COUNTERS,
illy
ili
e#
_ And invite our customers and buyers generally to come
and secure some of the
td.
Extraordinary Bargains!
i.i Please remember there will be no reservation, but the ENTIRE
STOCK mentioned above, will be offered at
prices that will make it sell at
?
Our Cheap Counters !
CEO. R. TAYLOR & CO.
fehU
e RED IRON FRONT!
of
^ LouisianaSugar&Molasses
300 hhds. Prime to Choice Sugars.
1000 barrels Prime to Choico Molasses
Now in rtorc and litrtro reeoipt* daily. Lnrgc-t ?nd UKST SELECTED ?tork r>
the Stat*, Hnd offering ?n^ inducement* to tree buyer*. ('*11
and see our promise* fulfilled.
S , C. OCLEBAY & SONS.
iJnew goods.
? j Wit HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE
Largest & Most Elegant Stock ot tioods
^ We ever had. purchased personally by Mr.Ilennegen, who ha* l>een spending*on?*
time Kuet, among the factories. We are now prepared to give bargain*
j in Fine Cameo, Amethyst, Coral, Onyx and (sold Sets,
Diamonds and Cameo King*,
FINE ROMAN NECKLACES AND PENDENTS,
i or
. Watches and Chains, so ltiw that nobody need lie without one. Also an
stock ol .Silver and l'lated Ware. Ilronze Clocks, ?V<\, Ate,
CHENNEGEN,
HATIDStto CO.,
I- 1154 MAIN STREET.
nj Hholnalf Store 'i'iO H. Ha I to. St., litiltlniorr, Md.
5 NO HUMBUG.
I CLOTHING AT COST At
>. I
i GOLD BROS.
is
'"j 1107 mai> srm:i:'r.
r 1875. FALL AND WINTER. I87G
: NEW GOODS.
z THOS. HUGHES & CO,
y Cor. Twolftli cfc Water Sta.
Have now in stock a full line of
English & French Worsteds, Diagnals & Fancy Suitings
r : In Nevand Elegant Design*, to which the attention ofMheir patron* snd the gecr*
>r i public is respectfully solicited. With Eastern <'uttcr? of Ts?te and Exl
perienee, Skilled Workmen, we can guaranty
; tee Style, Fit and Good Workmanship in our gamier.:*,
a , and can compete successfully in l'riccs with any
First-Class Establishment of the kind
in the country.
A carefully selected stock of Gentlemen s Furnishing Goods alwsys on band.
; White Shirts made to order and guaranteed in every respect.
> octl5 f52J TIION. IIIGIIU H CO., nllEELI.^>
t CLEAN AND WHOLESOME J. FRIEDEL &CO,
'A' A". . H.T.Ju.C rro.1 v?i oti,of the I-.'!**1 *"'J
j- . | Finest assortment ol
'* B'Hal1 ^ Son wall papor
1J/J Market Street Ever ahown in this cltjr. Paper HanylPk
t. .. ig .. . .. t .. done on short notice.
Opposite McLure House fabU liau MAIN bTKEET.

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