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Wheeling |?ci)istcv.
" itv ! m-weekly, weekly
THK KEtilNTEK COMPANY.
the weekly rkuister
la Uie largest aud altogether the moat
oompiete news and family paper printed In
West Virginia. it will be sent to any address
one year forf&UO. Valuable premigmi
to clnu agent* and to subscriber*.
Brother Atkinson, of the W. Va.,
Journal, disclaims any relationship with
Hoffman Atkinson, Hoffman is a
Democrat and "G. W." dent eat at that
table. He would rather be P. M,
The Cutbbert Messenger is responsible
for the story of a Georgia alligator rehearsing
the drama of Jonau and the
whale by swallowing a little nogro, and
on the next day, when the 'gator was ,
killed and cut open, the little darkey
was taken out alive. The Courier-Journal
refuses to put full faith in the story unless
the creek the alligator crawled out of
is pointed out, or a lock oi the young
African's hair is produced.
?0
Hon. Ben Wilson, who has been seriously
ill at Washington for two months
past, but is now slowly recovering, requests
us to state to his constituents that
just before taking ill he had a number of
public documents and seeds addressed to
them. Being unable t? "frank" them
himself, he got other members of Congress
to do it. Friends who have written
to him on the subject will now understand
why his signature did not appear
on ibe packages.
^ m Wi
learned yesterday of the death of
Col. Jos km A. Aldkrsok, of Nicholas
county, who died at his home on the 8th
mat., from paralysis. Col. Aldkrsom at
the time of his death was prosecuting attorney
for Nicholas and Webster counties.
Prior to the war he had been a member
of the Virginia Senate for two terms#
He was a lawyer of good standing, a
kind-hearted gentlemen and very popular.
His death will be deeply regretted
by all who knew him.
- - m ^
A coRKKsroNDKST of the Charleston
Journal nominates General Ji iin S.
WiTCUKRof Cabell county as the .Republican
candidate lor Governor, and
the Journal seconds the nomination
Trot him out, for you cannot do better
in the way of a nomination. The General
has been defeated so often in tho
Congressional races with Hkrkkokd that
ne has becomo accustomed to it, in fact
we think ho likes it?and a defeat in the
Fall election wouldn't hurt him. General
Witch kr, unlike some other ooteinperaneous
military heroes, won his rank by
bard fighting.
?I
THAT UCX STORY.
Col. Tom Swann, a la Rlaink pro*
duces his certificates discrediting that
"notched gun" story. The last number
of the Charleston Journal has a long
and labored article proving that tbe
story of Col. Swann "giving a gun to a
Confederate scout with instructions to
put a notch on the breech for every Yankee
he killed" a most outrageous slander
on tiflm littet mill tinrest limn" in tbe
VM *MW M?* ?? J ?
Kanawha Valley. We never did
place much confidence in that
gun story although it seemed
pretty well authenticated. We didn't
believe, in the first place, that the Colonel
ever had a gun to give away. In the
next place, it is said that the Colonel
made it a rule, during the war, never to
go about any place where people handled
guns. Putting these facts together in
addition to the one that he was an original
fire-rater, it can bo very safely concluded
that the Colonel did not act as ordnance
officer on the particular occasion
relerred to. There is probably
no doubt that he did advise
1'ktkk Con ley to kill Yankees, and it
may be he did tell him to notch them on
his gun. The Colonel is a good talker,
and he did a good deal of it about the
commencement of the war. He was one
of those would-'>e -'Confederate Brigadier#,"
who aroused the war spirit in the
Kanawha Valley. Prom the stump, at
the cross-roads of the Kanawha country,
hit voice was heard exhorting the men,
both young and old, to take up
arms "to drive back the Northern
Vandals from our sacred soil."
So high was the war fever on him that
if Virginia didn't secede be would be
one to go and help the gallani little
South Carolina fight her battles. When
by his eloquence he prevailed on the
young men to enter the ariuy and the
red fires of war were scorching and
burning the land, instead of leading the
van he quietly and coolly "stepped down
and out." It was "go on boys." with
him, but never cotne oh. Col. Swann
was one of that class ot warriors who with
all "the pride, pomp and circumstance of
glorious war," was ready to start out with
flying banners and hands playing that
martial ami soul stirring strain:
'In Dixie's land I'll take inv stand
To flgbt and die tor Dixie."
but who failed to do either, and then,
when the war closed and his cause was
lost, instead of accepting the situation as
a brave soldier would, bv gracefully
yielding to the destiny of fate without
repining, he cringes and crawls to the feet
of bis conqueror with the lamentable cry;
"dhow pity Lord, oh! Lord forgive.
Let a repenting rebel live."
Col. Swahx is undoubtedly a gentlemen
of culture and talent, and as an indi
vidual his life is without stain. It is
Colonel Swass us a politician we criticise?as
a leader ot West Virginia Radicalism
and the author of the third term
movement in this State We confess
that we can have no respect for that
public man who uses his influence, his
talent and his eloquence to induce others
to espouse a cause, and then when disaster
cjbms, not only to desert them, hut
lor the sake of political notoriety or other
considerations, to join hands with a party
to cast reproach and obloquy upon those
whom be has seduced. It is a dirty bird
that beouls its own nest.
A KKMINUCUCI OF THE WAR. stim
tod
Oratrta ?nat'a lRpcrtartakllItjr at cam
tbe Bailie or MpetlajrlYMia. in tl
From the New York World. diM<
Oc the 12th day of May, 1864, the
bloody battle of Spottsylvania was raging.
More than two hundred pieces of *
artillery were belching forth shot and .
shell along the Union and rebel lines, oQ j
making a din second only in all wars of
ancient or modern times to that of Gettys- ,.
burg, and creating great havoc amoDg ? ^
the troops. Early in the morning the ^ ^
gallant General Barlow (lately attorney- Q0,
general of >Tew York) bad been sent by
General Hancock with a division of the aru]
Second army corps forward through the jm
fog, and bad surprised the enemy at a Qng(
salient, vital point of their temporary 8trB
fortifications. Piercing their centre, he
had driven them a quarter of a mile, and ^
nearly captured General Robert E. Lee ynj
at his breakfast. He was finally com- the
Celled to return by overwhelming num- j
ers, who threatened to surround him. .Q j.
Had Gen. Grant, at that juncture, been thai
ready with a plan of battle, Barlow
would have been instantly supported, uot ^ fc
only by tbe assistance which Geo. Han- groi
cock gave him, but by the over-mastering lng
strength of the army of the Potomac. ajat,
Lee's line would have been severed in fau,
twain; the battles of Cold Harbor, the met
long siege of Petersburg and the conflict iejr
at Five Forks never would have occurred; |jfe
Sherman's march to tbe sea would have deal
been as unnecessary as Sheridan's ravage ?d |
of the Shenandoah valley; the defeat of the
tho rebellion would have been achieved frot
b .ore the assassination of Lincoln; and |a t
Grant, by the exercise of promptitude in wer
a tremendous emergency, would have pro]
denoted himself to be what he was not, den
a great military commander. wer
flono-al Cranf will T\Clt Olllial tO thfl thftl
" ???? ? ~' -n ?
occasion. Having slept the previous sev<
night near his headquarters, in the tent of a
of Quartermaster General Ingalls, I bad ^
received an intimation of the attack pro- lent
posed by General Hancock at the ensu- 1 rt
ing dawn, and was therefore in the sad- era!
die in time to ride and witness it, and to teai
forward to you soon after the sun had offi<
risen the account of Barlow's assault and waf
bis capture of J ohnson's rebel division, lett
which first appeared in the World, among fort
Northern newspapers. General Graut moi
made not a move towards Barlow's support,
and was only aroused upon Barlow's
retreat to the necessity of holding
the salient ho had taken. stei
Over this salient aptly called the the
Death Angle, the rest of that day's hor- Fi
rible fight was chiefly waged. Lee froi
massed corps after corps, and concen- Frit
trated the fire of all his batteries to re- luti
gain it. Grant drew from every corps
along his long and out numbering lines t'li,
to retain it. He ordered every gun to Mai
play upon the enemy, and with the roar mo1
of that artillery, and the fierce, lunging. **'
incessant volleys of musketry, the after- Nono
>n grew hideous. o'cl
General Grant had taken his position , con
in the valley a considerable distance bo | inv
hind his battle line, where two temporary
tents were raised, sheltering some of his
staff trorn the sun. A few horses wore Ob.
held by orderlies hard by. The general Lli
himself, when 1 rode up, was seated alone
in one of bis camp chairs set in front of
his tent. His posture was like that of a Use
lazy fanner sunning himself before the
door-step after a inid-day dinner. As 1
approached him 1 not(d that he was not Use
in the least disturbed by the descent of a
shc.l which exploded a couple of rods
behind the tent, or by a small car non- Use
hall which, without giving the least
warning of us approach, struck the
ground close by with a dull thud, tossing Us?
dirt almost upon his pantaloon?.
Dismounting and saluting him, I re|
minded the General of somo letters of in- Use
troduclion I had previously sent to him, Ub
without having felt the necessity of presenting
myself before. Use
He said at once, lilting his eyes, but %,
not moving another part, yet speaking
courteously:
"I remember. 1 asked Colonel to tell wb(
you to come to dinner. What can I do
for you?"
"It may bo necessary for me to ride fry
through jo Belle Plain tins afternoon or 1
to-night," said I. ''In that case I should
he gratetul for a pass through Fredericks- Wn
burg and to the boat wh'ch will leave ren
Belle Plain for Washington." ^
"Very well,'' said General Grant, still stn
without altering his position or moving
a muscle. "I don't see any objection."
"I shall need a pass" 'With a snap
of his linger, which, notwithstanding the
uproar on tho ridge, at once drew the
attention of an orderly, he said to him:
"Tell Colonel to make out a pass
for this gentleman. You had better give
the orderly your card."
I gave the orderly my card, and withdrawing
a low feet, stroked the neck of
my mare She was a restive little beauty,
and to my astonisment tbe General observed:
"Tbat'9 a pret'y mare."
In the midsts i-i'this compliment, tho
saw like hiss of an approaching shell,
which had been audible for f>>ur or five
seconds, culminated in an explosion so
near, ugly and venomous that during
the next half minnte the maro plunging
and rearing, nearly escaped. Subduing
her and acknowledging Gen. Grant's
kindness, 1 mounted nnd ventured to say,
looking towaru me nuge :
"Well, genera), I suppose you mean to
win this tight, else you wouldn't keep it
up so long?"
You'd better go up there and see,"
replied Grant, with a grim smile. "General
Lee may have something to say
about it."
General Lee was indeed having his
say about it through the moutjis ot what
seemed to bo a hundred thousand cannons
and the musketry of all the
armories in the world. The green ascent
up which 1 rode trembled with the cannonade
between two mighty armies, and
showed piteous lacerations of its herbage
by shot and shell. Flitting along the
crest, and now at the crisis ot the battle
descending occasionally on fleet, red-nostrilled
horses toward the valley
where Grant sat silent before his
tent, aides-de-camp appeared, their
brows knitted and their lips set with urgency.
Toward the third part of the
uviient th? ftf Knllots similaa L\
that of a kind of hollow tow which u-ed
a few years ago to be the bojs' favorite
plaything, roe and died as it passed the
ear. This was not the intonotion of
spent bullets?those had gone over the
head or descended harmlessly at the feet ~
of any rider up the slope further back. F
They were the closely fired rebel missile*
of the most desperate and deadly con- J|
fiiot of tho civil war, announcing the re- 1
petted advance of the enemy up to less ^
lban pistol-shot of the Death Angel, in ran
front of which the scythe of the Union 'rot
return fire mowed them down and down,
The smell of the now deafening discharges
and the scent almost ot the car- No
nagc brutalized the senses ot one even ?
who had no active part in the battle. 7
From the summit of tbe slope the battle y j
line could bo faintly seen through the X
, space between the trees and shrubbery. Qjp
Generals and member* of their staffs, J2*[
mostly dismounted, and some of them
holding on to their bridle-reins, watched dee!
the obscure and dissonant array, and took ,
their chances desperately, The magnifi- I
cent hoarse roar of batter;)?* on the right q
and left, tbe profane shoots of battery if
commanders, the explosion of shells high #
in air and their descent sometimes with
and sometimes without an immediate ex- III
plosion among the horses and orderlies, ,
cheers and exhortations of galloping M_
colonels and staff officers, shrieks and Ml
oaths ot wounded and dying men heard ,
in tbe momentary interval* between the ?
titanic uproar of the guns?these chaotie of V
noises chilled and calmed the heart of n ^
witness, but at the same time acutely tt,e'
WHEELING DAI
ulated the faculties of observation |
criticism. An inapposite use of a ;
ion-swab by a poor gunner wbo was
le next instant rendered unfit for
jctlon by a shell; a comical grimace by
officer addressing his superior and
iving the spank of o spent round
et in his rear, and many another
I like incident at the back of a battle ]
ipressibly full of sanguinary wrath J
x>th sides, impressed a spectator tery
with the knack Gen. Grant had for .
Ling game Americans against each I
>r without result. He held the enemy
?y with superior masses, who ought (
according to the judgment of the
.officers of the rebel and the Union
lies, to have called on a rebel, with
ost unexampled bravery, a series 01
sts which only served to prove the
ngth unto inevitable death of the
erican soldiers will,
bat night, when the last volley of the
ion infantry had laid low or repulsed
men wbo joined in the last rebel ast,
a scene was disclosed by the moon
ront of the Death Angel more piteous
a any I ever witnessed or read 01.
i dead were piled there so thickly and
ligh that for rods they concealed the
and. The wounded stiil lay groanor
sighing, or leebly calling for asnice.
In some places the dead bad
an upon and smothered wounded
i. Here and there a quivering
or a lifted arm gave sign of a
not yet quenched in the red Tetbo of
th around. Bodies wero there, piercjy
a hundred balls. Soldiers clad in
blue and the gray, wbo had fallen
n disabling but not fatal wounds early
be battle, could not be rescued, and
e slowly mutilated to death while
strate by the hurricane of lead. So
se was that storm that the very trees
e cut down by it. Among the trees
L fell was one eighteen inches thicic,
jred so nearly by bullets that the rap
, soldier's musket knocked it over.
Ltdusk I set out for Belle Plain. Sire
had descended upon the valley. As
xle past the headquarters of the gen1
of the army, General Grant set
iner ofl the end of a cigar, and an
;er informed me that the right flank
) again being withdrawn toward* the
, with the view to head off L->e or
:e him to fight all the way to Kichnd.
J. B. S.
IklFD;
CEINM El/?Amelia, wife oI Christ,
inmetz, on Thursday, at 10:30 P. K.,In
twenty-eighth year of her age.
uneral on Sunday, at 1 o'cleck p. m.,
n residence No. 50 Seventeenth street."
suds of the tainily are in vited to attend,
enneut at the new Catholic cemetery.
EBRAN K?Tills moru ing ut o'clock,
ts. B. Hfbkank, son ot Benedick and
jgle Hebrank, aged two years, six
uthx and lourleeu days,
uneral from the residenceof his father,
23 Seventh street, on Saturday at 2
ock p.m. Kules of the Catholic Church
lplied with. Friends of the iamily are
lted.
itrly yearn luw imiHl (lie value of
, A. H. Todd'n Aiitl-Billioiin and
rer Hills.
THE BEST PILL NOW IN USE
For Biillousnesfl
i Dr. A. S. Todd's Pills,
For Liver UnraplcJnt,
i Dr. A. S. Todd's Fills.
For Dyspepsia,
i ^Or. A. S. Todd's fills.
For Sick Headaclie,
i Dr. A. 8. Todd's ?llls.
For Disordered Stomach,
i Dr. A. S. Todd's Pills.
For Indigestion oi Food,
i Dr. A. S. Todd s Fills.
For Constipation ot Bowels'
, Dr. A. S. Todd's Pills.
IFor Palpitation of the Hear',
i Dr. A. S. Todd's Pills.
For Impurity ot the Blood,
i Dr. A. S. Todd's Pills.
For Pains in the Head
i Dr. A. S.Todd's Pills.
For Pains in the Side,
I ?r. A.S. Todd's pills,
AlUIILlN BHOTIIFKK A CO.,
PROPRIETORS.
?ld by Druggists and Dealers everyBre.
a card7
) ALL WHO ARE8UFBRING FROM
the errors aud indiscretions of youth,
vous weakuess, early decay, loss of
nliood, Ac., I will s-nd a recipe that
1 cure you, fkkkok liiakuk. Tills great
ledy was discovered by a missionary
South America. Send a self-addressed
relope to the Rev. JOSEPH T. INMAN,
tiqu D, Bible House, New York City.
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lighest Cash Price Paid
JR OLD STOVES.
have also for sale at very low prices a
d assort ment of COoklng Sloves.Au-lies,
tea and Casim?* generally. 1 have a
d quality of Jet Black Varnisn, for fire
its, 4c. All kinds of Stove Castings airs
on band and delivered free o( charge,
ves removed and repaired promptly.
OLIVER HAWLEY,^ ^
iwi wm wur ocwuu ntu .ia< aci .
Iuat6a nirlTeoar*
0 8MOKBRS {
IAVE JUST RECIEVED AN IN- i
VOICE ?t Imported and Key Vwt
us. which I am retailing at lobbing
en. Give me a call, you will find my
nter the cheapest in the city.
HUGO U LOOS,
M No. 70 Twelfth Street, j
iHEBALLOFJHE SEASONf
of Joe Kramer's Band
Will glre one ol the most
ECHERCHE BALLS
Tit th i hiiin ! rmtrrra hall.
WDAY NIGHT^ April 17, 1876.
int preeeeding the opening of Ihe flop,
ort Mimical Entertainment, conaistlng
heeholeest aelectioaa, vtll be .teen,
in public aw respectfully invited.
1 mission, f 1.01, which includes both
ball and the musicale. apli
:ly register, sa
YEW ADVERTISEMENTS
AND STILL THEY GO.
Another lot of those nici
Co > til Goods J art received.
KAK RINGSATrt M nr.
H7LI< NRfil AT 114.28.
Warranted genuine Coral and solid Col
Mountings. Call and see them.
ip? TDBWEH A DILLON.
WINDOW SHADES MURE!
Jilt or Plain Shades ol all sizes, aultabl
lor building* ol any kind.
HARBOUR & DITTMAN
aprl5 1056 MAIN STREET.
UNDERTAKING.
ClOFFINH FROM THE CHEAPEN
i prices to the finely ornamented CA1
KET. Best hearses and hacks furnished.
WM.ZINK&SON,
Furniture and Carpet Rooms,
North eud Centre Wheeling Marke
ebU
SUSPENDERS,
WELL MADE AND CHEAP, OF EVER
(QUALITY, AT THE
Qlove, Suspender A Shoulder Brat
Mannffcetory,
No. 1612 Market St., below Poetoffic
apr8
Floor, Stair and Table Oilcloth
ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS, JU?
DLwivrn nv
G. MENDEL, BOOTH & C(
aprlS
yy VA. STENCIL AND SEAL WORN
JOHN M. ZDVEHI.Y, l*ropr.
STAMPS, SEALS. CHECKS, INK
Steel Alphabets und Figures ou baud ai
made to order. No 1731 Market street, b
low Postoftice, Wheeling, W. Va. iy#
LINOLEUM FLOOR CLOT
COCOA MATTINGS, FOR OFFICES AN
HALLS, AT
FRIEND & SON'S,
FURNITURE AND CARPETDEALEH
a; 15 (003 MAIN NTREEr
& trawto orries.
A CHOICE LOT OF CANNED 81'RAT
BERRIES at
mr3U _ CRAWFORD A THOBURN'S
SUNDRIES.
Canned Tomatoes.
" Peaches.
" Succotash.
" Green Peas.
" string Beans.
" Pine Apple, Ac.
For sale low at
CRAWFORD A THOBURN'S
mr3U 1070 Market St., cor. Elevent
Valuable Coal Tract for Sal
17H A rmrC'OFi,K1MKL'OALLA>
JL I U xlUiVLlO with 20 acres of surhu
bordering on the railroad within two mil
ol the corporate limits ot Wheeling, w
be sold at a'low llgure and on very ea
terms of payment. Any energetic mn
with a little money,can make ia>,U0Utn tl
next liveyears. PETERSON A BAKER
jenn lu hand, the remainder ou loi
iOUU time, will buy a two-story Brh
House on the Island, with a large and ft
tile garden attached. You can here ral
your own vegetables and flowers, aude
joy many of the delights of the counti
and yet have the advantage of the city.
apl5 PETERSON A BAKER
The Place to Buy Boots and Shoi
t silll the tlmi
Tf?jd Hide Iai
Gaiters, Freni
Kid SI ppent
Boots A Hho
thiin ever oflt
O'KANB *
NO. 1110 MAIN STREET, Opposite Hs
Wier's Hat Store.
e nan u fact a re to order al 1 k I lids of Bor
and Shoes. apl'
COMMISSIONER'S SALE
QF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
Under and by virtue of a decree of ti
Municipal Court of Wheeling,entered <
the 22nd (lav ot March, into, In a suit
chancery therein pending, wherein Jam
H. Holliuger is plaint lit aud Nancy H<
linger and others are defendants, I will,*
Sat': rilm, I tie 6lh day of May, 1*176.
the front door of the Court House ot Oh
county, p.oceed tosellat punlicauction
tile highest ai.d bed bidder, the follow!)
described real estate, situated In the ci
of Wheeling, that Is to say: the north lu
of lot number eleven (II) in square nui
tw r fourteen (14). situated on the west st
oi Koft" (formerly Filth) street, and I
tween Eleventh (formerly Union) ai
'1 welttli (formerly Monroe) streets. TI
improvements on the pioperty consist
a n-w two story brick house, contalnli
rive rooms and basement, with g
throughout. The west thirty-six feet
the said half lot is leased for the sum
thirty dollurs peryear, lease expiring Jn
8th. 1877.
TERMS OF SALE?Ore-third of the pi
chase money, or so much more as the pi
chaser may ehct, rvsh; balence in ti
equal installments al six and twel
months wit a interest from the day ofsa
Fosse slon given immediately.
J. J. WOOLS,
Special Commissioner
J. W. Mitcrki.l. Auctioneer, aplooa1
Frenli Oyster*
Last of the Season. Come quick, if y<
want to get some of thoee delicious
Bulk Oysters we have been selling.
Just receivod a
lot of choice
Western Reserve Butte
Fresh Maple Sugar.
New Messiua Oranges,
Fresh Eggs for Easter, at
KO. 1218 Mill STREET.
apUr C. E. IK WIN & C
LETTER LIST.
LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING I
the poatoffloeat Wheeling,Ohio rou
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!r* TIN ROUF, CONDUCTORS, &c^ at
A. BRAUN'S,
NO. 152'j MAIN STREET, oue door above
Stout; Bridge. ap5
?ts
- M. REILLY,
WHOI.KSAI.K
Grocer and Pork Packer,
lie Nos. 1300 A 1.111 Main Street,
HflEELING, WEST VA.
ea sole Agent Dupout l'owder Mills.
:?1
JH'{ N. O. Sugars & Molasses.
io /'AN HANI) ANI) AKKIVINU. A FULL
to \J stock of prime to choice Ixmisiana
Hit sugars and Molasses, which are oflered to
It the trade low.
?ir marO M. REILLY.
t PAMILYFLOUR.
,'1' 100 Bbls. Canton Cltv B fancy.
0r 1500 " Howard Mills, fancy.
2 0 " White Hose, family.
20) Pittsburgh, family.
Uf 100 " Idlewlld, family.,
o< In store and for saie by
ly runt M. REILLY.
FISH.
ir?
J"" 25 Halves barge No. 1 Mackerel,
ve 1(X) .. .. * No .j ..
le- 20?i " No. 3 mackerel, fat and large,
) Bbls. I.abrador Herring,
20 Halves " "
2uii Lube Herrin*.
"50 " White Klsh,
10 Boxe* Georges Cod Fish,
f 50 " Boneless "
No*. 1 and 2 Mackerel In kit*.
In store and for aale low by
au rar9 M. RCIL.L.V.
COFFEE.
1 fiABAOH PRIM K TO CHOICE COKKKEH
IUv la store and for aale by
mrO J*. RK1LLV.
r REFINED_SUGARS.
100 Bbl*. Crn*hed, Powdered A Granulated.
100 " KxtraCand A White,
60 * Fr<tnkliu B.
50 " Yellow C,
(t In ?lore and for aale by
_!?!?_ _M. REILLT.
TEAS AND TOBACCO.
Jk FTLL LINE OF CHOICE OOLONG.
I* A Japan, Gunpowder, Koachong ana
a- Young Hyson Tea*, and leading brand* oi
It Virginia and Kentucky Chewing Tobacco*
always on hand. Special Inducement* |
II- offered iu tbeae lines,
ra. mrt M. KULLT.
BACON AND LARD.
* A FULL SUPPLY ALWA Y8 ON H AN D
A <>f Leaf Lard, 8. C. Ham*, Shoulder*.
CI tar Hide*. S. C. BrUketa, etc. Orders tilled
treab from smoke-bouse dally.
mart M. KUUT. |
SUNDRIES.
*1 OYHUPH. CHEESE, WOODEN WAKE.
1^ Broom*, Soap*. Candle*. Crackers, ,
I jfWnceCoflee. Indigo, Matcbea, Vinegar,
Carbon and Lard oil*, Spices, Bice, Starch, .
SnntCs Soda, Grocer* Drags and snrh other
articles sa are usual] v found In s first-class
h house. - ?EIL1-Y.
Organs (JJieap!
Nice 5-Oct%ve Organ, 6 rt ope?doable
reed; nicely carved walnut cere; very
fine tone. Price f^OO. Been in u?e
about 18 month*; in good condition.
Apply fti
ADAMS A LUCAS1,
mr8 1227 Market Street.
For Cincinnati & Intermediate Points
_ SBW AND ^Win
LmSHC pMx-nc?TfU?nirr, HUDHON, 1
?m. it. lM. *a?wr: Cbailie IX Lm,
Clerk, Iravea for the above on Saturday,
April lath,at I o'clock p. m. For &vi*bt I
or pe?M?e apply <>n hoard, or to
JunlS C. H. lhJOTH A (XX, A*miU.
APRIL 15, 187is.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,
New SpringancfSummei
GOOD S.
Geo. R. Taylor & Co.
Stock Fresh and Complete
is Novelties 111
dress goods
STOCK OF SUMMER SILKS
' ** * * ? A I
INEVLK SU LAKlil
NEVER NO CHEAP.
Black Hand-Loom Silks at Reduced Prices.
Plain Silks?All Colors.
Black Grenadines in plaid and stripe.
Black silk warp Cashmeres.
131ack Tamiso, Honriel ta, Blac
Dolnliiew, BfilliH-iitiiies.
TWILLED SILK SUN UMBRELLA!
Camel's Hair Suitings in plain, plaid and stripes.
All the latest novelties for ladies' combination su
for street or evening wear.
New style Basques and Overskirts in Camel's Hi
and Linen.
Linen Ulster Dusters, New York make.
Great Bargains in Domestics and Hous
keeping goods.
GEO. R. TAYLOR & CC
apr3
1876. SPRINO. 187(
THOS. HUGHES & CO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
CALL AND SEE THE LARGEST VARIETY OF
English & French Worsteds, Fancy Suitings and Trows
ings ever offered in this vicinity.
EVERYTHING DESIRABLE IN THE WAY OK
Gontlomon's Furnlebing Good
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
WHITE SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER.
Thos. IIiijjlieH 4.V; Co,,
mrl3 COR. TWELFTH AND WATER STREET
RED IRON FRONT!
TRY OUR
GREAT PATENT SILVER LAKE FLOl
Owing to the dissatisfaction growing out of Flour running irregular, wo h
made every etfbrt to secure a Flour of a high standard, in which
BACH AND EVERY BARRB
Would give entire satisfaction, and after continued research have found all we
sired in our GREAT
Patent Silver Lake Floiir.
The ?ame we offer to the trade this day, and guarantee it to make more good br
for the money than any flour on the market.
mria ' C. Q6LEBIT A- SOWS, SOLE AGKNTf
1876. NEW GOODS. Ml
We have in (tore our HPalNU KKKJK of Goods. All the NEW AND DKHIKAI
Styles in
Diagonal, Straight and Basket Worsteds, Spring Overco;
ings, Fancy Pantaloon and Vest Patterns,
And a large dock oi BCS1NP2AS hUITINGH, entirely new In design, to which we
vite the attention of oar caatomem and the public. We alao bar*
a full and complete ?tock ol
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODI
Km bracing all new novelties. A fall line of White Khlrta ol flneat ooaJlty, Thee
hrmteulalStt NHIRTH, and Colored Hhlrtaln New Pattern a. always In (tore.
Sblrta of all klnda made to order, and a perfect lit guaranted.
Call and examine stock.
J. H. STALLMAN Ac CO.,
KBt HAKT TAILORS
?mrio No. 37 Twelfth St., Wheeling, W. Vs
R4ILRU4R TICKETS ' SEALED proposals
Bought, Hold and Exchanged to a poinU , (> ~ Ka*l
and Weal, at I ~ Omcm
Hoard uw < ^hhuwionkkm.
EC. FRANK'S W*?DK?, Apm ?, w
n.?T Healed Propoaala will be received at I
CWTHI.NO HALL, cfllce tyitll Friday, the Ztd, at < T.
nvHlghesl prtoea paid. jyf the Fairmont Tnrnplke. from Jane I, I
to Jane 1, WT7. bidders to state the loa
prunes.
T HAVE JLHT RECEIVED TEN ( AMirw frqaUwMMW. Board reserves the rt
535? "'ciAH.'SDErrnui.ci?i
R. J. HMYTEL i ;
mrJB Cor. Market and Fourteenth Hu. ??? ? (??
Fancy Coffees. UlftCK Hi I Ifl
i Baca Very FlneTJid Yellow RJo, O X <1- t** 1 G 1 <1 M
10 MaU OtoQlne UI4 OofsnuQ^t JtTt, i? #% * j n u o , #%
1 ?f"M?ha y ^ {etHArm" For Guide Book,Maps, Rates, Rou
R- J. SMYTH, M.8BIT FKKttouyaddim
Fourteenth*.. j Apply to W. P. JOHN MOM, ?ea1 P
street. N. Y. dc?S .polls, lad. aptag
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> DeROY & WEiLfiT
' FAWN BROKERS, '
1304 Market St.f_Wheeling, W, y4
MONEY LOANED ON
Gold and Silver Watches,
h Diamonds, Ladles sml Gents' jr?.w
"> all kinds, Guns, Pistols, Clothin/T.?'
everytlilaa else ol value. MUnredeemed
Roods always on
for sale at about ball Its value,
All Roods In I'llwn with um>u
tickets have run out, will be <nM
three days, unless relieved or re.i.*n
T.H.HIG(,l>x
PDOTO *R4I'|||:r,
42 Twelfth Street,
jan26
DAILY REGISTER
^ Job Rooms & E^dery
Wo respectfully solicit orders for i
jjj, kinds of l'lain and Kancj
Job Printing,
Ruling and
Binding.
_ County Olorlc.
v"
And other Court Blank* and Books
made a spot ialty.
RallrnndN aup| lied with nil knit I
of Book* ami Blauk*, Ticket*. ALawyer**
Briefs published N?-at y
and Cheaply.
. BANI??
f a Supplied with all kind* of B<*?k*. Cb*rki
Drafts, iic.
? .HerrlianU' 1/sttor Heals. Bill
1 loads, Cards, etc.
L# ?
The very beat work slone at
the very luweil fiturw,
Katimates and saiiiph-s ftirnishal r,
short cotice. Give u* an order and
convinced.
TN t Kt Lid I CM uumrniii. ^
sr- I
HOTELS. I
French'm IIoiH, I
ON THK KUHOl'KAN FI.AN. I
0|?|MM*ltc flly llitll. i'urlt. I
LB ('oarl IIoiim'nikI V'm I
NowYork, I
All Modern IlBDTOV'tllPUt?. !m a: ,
klevalor. Kooin*$i pel dt) and imidi I
T. J. rRKNt H ( BKON . I
Jy3u*c Pn?prtf ma I
COLUMBIA HOUSE. I
NOK. IWC: AND iud markkt *TRKH I
Wheeling, W. Vn.. void (land I
I'll 11 MKOKRE, flipiWir. I
Kimt-rlHMN It/xiniM, Klr*l^' *?Tab and I
FlrHl-rliiMM siiililfN. i'all and Jf"*r- I
K-lf. i guarantee aotlifartl'in and I
njm wtft I
It | T r II T fl nblalnnl In tl" ''W-** I
Y h I ! N I Canada, < I
I A I LH I U K" I
an tlii't.' ni M' -
ifj reliable honw, i'nf?ii|*in<lnif? inrti* I
I j I li<* Knglh l> anil foreign langting'*." * I
B Inventor*, Attorney* at Ijiw, an<l I
Hollrltnra, mpeelally with thn?e wlio >"
had their ca*e* HUrmnin th* haoA"
lave attorney* In rej?-cted whni WJ I
reaaonahie. an<l n > <h?rit< I* in*d> ' m I
we ore ? ??ful.
tm INVPNTflR^ *-'> >" I
iniLniuno.-i.ru.,
ynmr tnveeUna 1 *'
"111 maka an examination at Hi'I'*1 ' I
Oflloe, and II we think It patent*
lid vou paper* and advice and |>r
yourcaae. I
Ifl I I P r ^r*' or written i? ? I
?md vvlb[Kur&;f| I
l>?w and I riven- | II L w I
lion*.
J. Referencea?Hon M.D.'
w mlaelonerof Patent*. i inu.iri "" I
5H. Kelfey, Km|.f Mm y National O ?af
Lonlavllle, Ky. I
a Mend MCnrnii lor our "liolde far (/<** '
Inf Patent*. Add?"a I
LOl'IM BA,?OKr.i "Ix
Hollrltorv Ol Pal. lit*. Wa*hlD|t'*? '
ILK M?M I
if. Rock Candy Uripi. m
I HAVE JL'HT WKEPfKD A W fl
Kork randy I'rlj*. ri?*r ??<^7**
Mid ?w??t M honey.
In- K. J. -Ml t'
<?b# (v>r. Mirket A h >ur'<
TO MERCHANTS. ?
A vorramnrmr w ormffj I
f*? *\ buy at mdUmmmt aa I
corn rnodat Ion at tlj?. Oulloniil' I
PbllalHphU, anounUiiK to I
lK?ilam and a Half. Kor
it muoflua. >:
PICTURE FRAMES I
^ Made any dmlr?d iizi fr<<rr. ? I
raritd Meek of mouM>r.r?. I
McLure House Art Store. I
^ a?ar24 ? L. MCuLi. I
2 HOUWON Si REED' I
for I
in*, (Hone?on to lllkbf' Kraft A I"
U/Knlnc-alo ririlCrffistSf I
'Jinm/ouiv l,. ~DO
5f laritm the attention of th#* tr-d? v> i**" I
Iwqp and weJJ ( JwImI . << ft I
k- ??n. MMM, PWBU. I
? M?A, raiMN I
AJI ontoi prompt]* and nrrtviij *v I
wud. I
Wa offer KperJjU Inducements M ? "
I f ud short lime buyers. I
tas No. 1316 Mtin Street, I
Mi WHKEL1KU. W. g
sss. rorr mam/ox ixTaoe>t>. I
tW- Witt Combination Nandle-boo*. I
*o Amnion. Head Msa^ UKAM *u'~ * I
,t? bed lord. Mart. <*UW?

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