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FOB THE HEAD &FKKT. Ladles' line Kid Foxed Ualters reduced from $2.26 to $1.90. Ladies' fine Kid Foxed Gaiters reduced from $2.50 to $2.20. Ladies' One Oil Pebble Balmorals reduced from $2.25 to $1.90. Ladles' fine Pebble Horoeco Balmorals reduced from $2.50 to $2.25. Hen's half double sole hob nailed Brogans reduced from $2.00 to $1.75. And all the rest of my large stock or Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps will be sold at a proportionate reduction for canlt. ? J. T. 8TON K, 1 tAIN $1- OflwttU Grant JJoute. CLOSING OUT 2,000 Yards * HAMBURG EDGING -4 ' \ tO t'i I 1 ? AT? ri .1 J L. Rheinstrom & Co's. . t J,? I )?M .'.i a;;:u n a h a m 's tj earn 0 y e i n g '?- . ? M'UUHIftW KHT1UUSHMIWT, to tfci miaJmntT. vngscuxe. w. va Udluc' "Oil1 teiitltmico'i wwrtiur *p|iarul clean ed?? (ivuo <n ?huri nutlet oct!9 Dentistry?Only $10 00. Til iMUrr <oi ?eautllu) Mt of Artificial Teeth Teetb vxuncitMl wtthoui pato by the awol Nitroai 0x14a Pilling and treating itw cut oral teeth made h specialty. , 1>H ?U KG I SON A BON. *ptt 147 Market Street. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1B74. New Adverllaemeuiti. Steamer H R Hudson. Lecture. I>i ?rs i o. i ; ' >T leSKI 1USUIUIH ouireu. Attention, Sir Knights A.I Institute Hall. Remnants?J. B. Rhodes & Co. For Rent?Large Room. Fine Bed Carbon Oil Chac4k>liers. Furniluro Spectacles--CUtoby & Dnffleld. New Books. For Sale--Lot. riiKKBoMcrKU Kbcord.?The followiDgahowa the range ol the temperature as observed at Silvey's Drug Store, corner opposite the Post Olflce, yesterday: 8 vi *. si m. 3 r. u 7 p. v. s4 81 ^ ai St PoLtcK Court idlers Irequcutly applaud witnesses. A Teuton sworo positively at the police court yesterday mornlAg that be had acta a man knocked down "as dead as < life." ' : Hkcbftcon ? General Wallace receives general visitors daily, without card. Promptly at 10 a. si. (9und?ys excepted) lie holds an official reception. Movtlto.?Restless citizens have already commenced to change their residences. We noticed several loads of household goods on. the street yesterday. % ? Crmmw along the line of the street railway'Complain that the "mud editor," when riding upon the street oars, scrapes the paint of their houses with bis heels. Wheel Off.?A cart loaded with coal dropped a wheel in the middle of 16th street, above Eofl, yesterday morning, and obstructed the Toad "the greater part of the day. Married Last Ntoht.?Janus H. (Gaston, the pilot of the steamer James Rppq uma morrlail loot <.onn!n? ?.-? Ulan Kit)y- Stoma, ol Virginia, Marshall County, opposite Clarington. Dismissed. ? Lydia McDonald, who, charged Win McDonald, her husband, with a disturbance of the peace on Tuesday, appeared before 'Squire Caldwell yesterday and paid the costs ol the case, when It was dismissed. Fack Cot.?On Wednesday afternoon a bay' named Owens throw a piece of glass at a smaller boy at the South Wheel ini; Glass Works, cutting an ugly gash in his cheek. Wo were unable to learu the uameot the injured boy. Owens la not over eight, years old. " ... P*bsohau ?Hon. W. T. Willey, of Morgantown, arrived in the city yesterday, and is stopping at the McLure House. C. A. Woodward, Ksq , of Cameron, Superintendent of the Fourth Div. of tho B. & O. Road, was in the city yesterday. ] Iort.?Jamee Oarr, a workman at the Belmont Mill, while moving a heavy mould yesterday, had two fingers of his Ult hand severely injured. The middle finger was broken and tho forofinger mashed by the mould falling on them. Dr. Cummins attended to the in1 % Jurics' ^ False Prktkncks? Lewis Kadin is the namo oi the individual who comfej plained that Levi Frledlander obtained from Joseph Outhman goods to the value of (83, on false pretenses. Officer St. Myere arrested Frledlander in Centre Wheeling last evening. The case will oome up to day before one of the J ustices. Valsmtink Day comes on Saturday, this year. This not a good day for hearts, and darts, and thinga; and la very apt to I Interfere with the free transmigration of "wall vrlth a tingle thought." Letter etrrtaido not attempt to disguise their repugnance to the feattval of St Valentine, since it addi to tholr work, and la to them, at leut, "Lore's labor lost." District Conference ol the M. E. Church. T1IXBD DAT. The Conference assembled anil wu njii'ued^by religious exercises by Rev. T. The minotes were read, and, alter corrections, approved. The name ol O. L. Olds wu added to the llat ol Local Preaohers passed and duly accredited. Thd order ol busbms wu taken up, and the Committee to examine candidates for Local Deacons1 orders reported that Iievs. William Evans and Howson Higgi had patted satisfactory examinations, when on motion they were recommended to the Annual Conference for Local Deacons' orders. An address wu then delivered on "Minister!*! Support," by Hon. 0. D. Hubbard. The subject wu treated in a terse and vigorous manner, and wu well received by the Conference. Remarks on the bkmc subject were made by Messrs. Davenportk8tona, Newman and othera. The Committee to examine csndidatea lor Local Preachers' licenses, reported George Rlne and Arthur Plerco as having passed satisfactory examinations, who wcro alter due representatlou licensed u Local Preachers. On motion the Conference adjourned. nriUltnuun DBOIIIUM. Tbe opening exercises were cHnducled by Rev. Wm. G. Hobbs. ReporlB of Committees were culled lor, when the Committee on Temporal Economy reported '1'belr report was received and adopted, and a copy ot tliu same was requested I republication In tbe Christian Advocate The Committee on Knlojcemeut ol Discipline, touching popular amusements, entertainments and exhibitions, made a report wliicli was approved. A Committee ou Rules or Order and Order ol Business tor the next District Conference was raised, consisting ol' Rev J R Thompson, Dr. T. H. Logan und liev. F. Ball. The Committee on Sunday Schools made a report as follows: Your Committee on Sunday Schools beg leave to report that tbe; have not baa time to examine tbe few reports that have been received Irom the Bchools of the district. The imperfect character of thereports received, with the tact that no reports have been received trom many schools, makes it, io our judgment, inexpedient lor us to attempt an estimate ol the actual condition of the schools in this district at the present time. We are Impressed, however, with the conviction that we have in tbe District Conference an organization which may be used to greatly improve and develope the Interest in and tbe efficiency of the Sabbath School cause. Whit Is wanted is a full report In detail Irom such schools. This has now been provided for In a resolution uucri'u yeBiuruay ucv. uyaa and adopted by the Conference. We would recommend, in order to more (ally carry out the object of this resolution, that previous t? the meeting of the next District Conference printed blanks sball be furnished 10 each Superintendent, so that thereports may be made complete aud uniform. Wo would recommend also that at each session of the District Conference some time should be devoted to practical illustration o( the best methods ol teaching, of government and other subjects affecting the interests of Sunday Bchool work. We ooncludeour report by recommending tho adoption ol the following resolutions: Raolced, That the Committee of Arrangement for the next District Conference be requested to arrange for the instruction of the next session of tho Conferenco, it practical illustration of the best methods of conducting Sunday Schools. Rtsolvcd, That the same Committee be instructed to furnish printed blanks for Sunday School reports to each Superintendent in each district. r. 11. jjooan, Chairman, B. B. Newman. On motion Senator Willcy was invited to address the Coherence, which ho did, choosing (or his subject "The Local Preachers Work." Alter the address the Conference unanimously passed the following: limited, That wo have listened with deep interest and profit to tbe able address by Senator Willey nn the "Local Preachers Work." Resolved, That we hereby express our sincere thanks to Senator Willey for his presence in aud address to our District Conference. The order ol business was resumed and Moundsvllle was selected as the place for the next Semi-Annual Session oi tbe District Conference. On motion tbe bills against the District Conference amounting to f2G were' ordered paid. . The Committee appointed to assign fields of labor to the Local Preachers reported as follows: "!? The Committee ou the work oi local prcachers and exhortcrs wish to report that they have labored under no small difficulty in arranging tbe work assigned them, Ironi the fact that the work is new, tirst; and second, that there was a great dillereuco of opinion aa to how the work should be arranged, and whether brethren should not be consulted in relation to what work wonld be convenient fof them. But let-ling that as far as they could get the necessary information it was their dnty to assign work to all local preachers and exhorters, they have formed & distinct plan for tho district embracing the city stations aud a part of Now Liberty circuit.-'Also for a district composed oi a portion of Marshal circuit, Moundsville station. They have divided tbe balance ol Grave Creek Circuit into two districts, which thoy have assigned to certain brethren, leaving the arranging ol the appointments to tbe brethren assigned to each work. They have given a monthly work to Father Ally which is near his homo nn ac. count 01 liia age. Ami recommend that the plan (or balance of Local Preachers on General Circuit be to alternate In regular work with the pastor.' The committee ask. that the Presiding KKler and preacher in charge be Instructed at his lirat round In next year to arrange work and assign any brethren to the same iu any work that the committee were not able to reach, because of abience of bretheren or proper information. Alto that the Presiding Elder be requested to sire all aid and encouragement to the work In bla quarterly rounds, by inquiry and his fatherly advice. Respectfully submitted, I E. J. Btonb, Chairman. The plan ol appointments.was then i partly announced by the Chairman, B. J. ' Htone. APPOINTUHMW ' ' Wheeling um! Short GnwA.?Mouth of ' Short Creek, Glenn's Run School House, I County Poor Rouse, every second Sabbath; County Jail, Top Mill, every Babbath. Preachers?E. J. Stone, W, L. ; Gilbrcatb, Jas. Baggs, Wilbur Baggs, , Joshua Lancaster, W. G. Hobba, D. Char- , nooh, J. Jeflereon, J. WiUets, 0. L. Olds, , a Jepson, Aug. Wlncher. Marshal Circuit?Round Bottom,Toms' 1 Run School House, Gravel Bottom School House, Pino Hill School House, Fork Ridge. Walter Evans, W.W.Evans, ex; 1 G. Pelly, Joseph Turner, N, Morris, Chaa. I Mayon, ex; A. D. Pierce,B. Jones, sub. , Gratis Cretk Oircuii.?Roberts Ridge, , Zions Chapel?Howstn Riggt- Roeeby's Rock, Bakers Chapel, Nl&son School House, Bowman Ridge?B. B. Newman. Terrels School House, Glen BMton?J. M. Blair. Rock Dale, Blaln Rldg?-Geo. ] Ryan. Or?ne (Areurt.?Shepherd Meeting t House, Linn Camp-J. Alley, ever; four weeks. Carney's . Church, Hlggln's Church. Linn Camp?Uteph. Hlggins.Ex, every six weeu. Orient Circuit ? George Frtnkiln, Taylor Richmond?Al. Robinson's Itldge, Low Gap, Sugar Hun?Thomu Herman, Ek. New Martintrille Circuit, and balance of District to be arranged by Prealdlng Elder at lint Quarterly Meeting. The report as made by the Committee was adopted. On motion, E. J. Stone and W. U. Morton were appointed tohaya the city appointment printed. "On motion the Conference adjowned. evening amd closing session. At 7:15 p. m. Conference opened with religious services and singing. by. the choTr. Disunion?Uy llev. 8. King,"How are the Unconverted members ol the Church to bo brought into Saving Relation with Christ?" Alter the discussion religious services were hold, and a resolution of thanks to the pastor, trustee*, members and friends of Zwo Street Church, for their hospitality in providing lor the sessions of the Conlerence and the entertainment of the delegates was adopted. A resolution was also adopted asking Senator Willey to permit the publication of tho essay on "Locul Preachers' Work." Adjourned. Miss Mbiioi.in's lecture, "Which ?" to DlgUl - Vouch Couht ?Four dues were txainiueil^by Judge Crauiner yesterday morning, viz: James Sweeney and Joliu Goodwin are tramps l>y proleasion. John swore that Jauies, wilbuut due leave or license Urst had and obtaiued, struck hitn ou the Jaw with such force that he lor a time Imagined that society had lust an ornament. All this in Qeneral Wallace's reception room. Sweeney tarries in the city |20 worth. Joseph Mullen, of Pittsburgh, and Geo, Boyco, of Price's awkward squad, were arrested by OtUcer Junkins lor drunkenness, and lined $20 each. Daniel Crumbacker was charged with creating tumult and disorder on the fith of July, 1873. L. H. Jordau, Ktq, appeared as counsel lor the delence, and pleaded limitation. As Crumbacker had been in this city once in the meantime, he was required to pay the coats in the case, which was dismissed. "Which ?" to-night at the OperaHouse. Knocked Down by a Team.?About 0 o'clock last evening as a man waB crossing Main street at the corner of 16th, he was knocked down by Speldel's team, driven by Richard Braxton, and consid uittujy urumcu. iuo lojureu man oieu profusely. He was either drunk or too badly liurt to give a coherent account ol himself, as all the information we could obtain was to the efleet that he was an Irishman and lived opposite the Hospital in North Wheeling. He was assisted to his heme. Miss Sai.i.ik J. Mkiiolin lectures this evening. Philip pnillips.-Tomorrow evening Philip Phillips,' the "singing plgrim," gives "An Evening of Sacred Bong" in the Opera House. Of Mr. Phillips' singing the Daily ICil/ieu, Montreal (Can ), says: "The result of the singing of Philip Phillips before the Convention to day was with an eSect which was almost overpowering, and those having music in their souls will not soon forget the occasion or the singer." Procure your seats lor the Lecture this evening. Two Cases Dismissed.?The case of George Nau, who was charged by Rose Ann Dawson with attempting to burn the house ol Geo. Dawson, and .threatening to poison his cow, came up before 'Squire Gillespy yesterday for examination. Also a complaint entered by Thomas Dawson against Nau for a disturbance of the peace. Fred. Rogers, Esq , appeared aa counsel lor the defence, liolh cases were dismissed at the costs ol the prosecution. Mrss Mbiioun'b lecture, "Which?" tonight. Accident to a Bridai. Pabty.?Yesterday afternoon an accident occurred to a bridal party in Centre Wheeling. A hack containing the bride and groom and attendants, in turning around to leave the residence ol the bride, broke an axle, gently depositing the party in a corner of the vehicle. They crawled out without damage except to costumes, and succeeded in reaching the Bridgeport depot in timo to go on their honeymoon rejoicing. Black Uoreen and colored moreens, the new thing lor Ladies' Skirls at J. S. Rhodes & to. Tub Xhctuhk This Evening.?Mies Sallic J. Moholin will deliver her great lecture, "Which?" this evening at die Opera House, and we look for a large attendance, which the lecture truly merits. Miss Meholln was very htehlv suokeu ol by the papers ot this unci adjoining places concerning her former lecture, and we assure all who do not attend this evening they tfill miss a rare treat, dive her a big house. Finoebs 8mashri>.?Nick Reester, with a corps of assistants, whilo moving one ol those heavy castings, sort ol upset a Iruseel. tine ol the men left his hand in the wrong place and had two ol his lingers broken and bruised. Hbavv undressed German Linens, vastly superior to the Irish, ami a great bargain in Heavy Linen Towels, at J. S. Rhodes & Co.'s Officers Elected.?At & meeting ol Ihe Board of Directors of the Peabody Insurance Company, tho officers elected .0 Berve for the ensuing year were: William Bailey, President; Alonzo Lorng, Vice President; N. C. Arthur, 8ecreary; J. V. L. Rodgers, Assistant Secre,ary; Lewis Bailey, Cashier. Gjluco Hop.?The "Old DomlnloD" Dancing Club gave one ol their popular 3alico Hops at their hall last night, Rigby 'urnished the music, and the Commercial Dining Koom the refreshments. 01 course it was a success. l If the candlelight reporter could bo ' taught to stand on his head he would ' lorm a valuable adjunct to a Tennessee 1 orchard In drying time. The soles of his , gaiters would make excellent platforms lor peach and appletrylng purposes. A splendidly carved Knabe Piano is [or sale at a great sacrifice at Shelb's Music Store. Will be told for lev thin , two-thirds the list price. Apply esrly. i M Musical Inbtrumkhts.?In making your Mlectlon of s Piano or Organ, don't Tall to examine the stock oi Mean. Adams & Lucsj, 1837 Market street. The instruments they represent, viz: the Btolnway, Knabe and Emerson Planoa, the Mason &. Hamlin and Smith American Organ*, are universally acknowledged to be theleading instruments olthe world, and taken together they make an aaaortmest ao varied that no one can lall to be suited in the selection of an Inetramont, either as to price or quality. Inasmuch as many unscrupulous dealers otter lor aale instruments of questionable character and Inferior quality, It would be well to bear In mind the (act that biff lew persons buy more thatf one Instrument In a lifetime, hence tha necessity ol making a curclul selection, lor, as thousanda of experienced parties can testily, It Is cheaper, safer and better to buy instruments ol eetabllshed reputation, of good and responsible makers, than to risk money in doubtlul experiments. Kkduckd Prices. ? Pictures of all kinds; 200 chromos just received, first class goods?uo shoddy?half price. We ..11 r... ?. ? - < nun iui rami, ur ua weeaiy payments 01 only one dollar. William Bros., 2124, Main street, Centre Wheeling. The Latest Out. ? Ladies French bronze toilet slippers at Jerry Clemens'. You will Hud the cheapest and best asaortmcnt ol Dry Goods, Carpets, till Cloths, &c, in the city, at John Roemer'a, Twentt wte I'Eii CENT madk by getting your goods at the closing out of the entire winter stock ol Dry Qoods by J. W. Feurel, Main and SOtu streets, Centre Wheeling, I Will Seli. all the present slock ol Ladies, Misses and Chlldrens velvet I'oxed shoes, Philadelphia make, at coat, tn Mn?n out Call aoon. .Terry ClemeuB, To bays money in bleached am) brown lauslloa go to J. W. Ferrel's. At Greatly Reduced Piuceh.? Christian Hess, Merchant Tatlor, In order lo make room fur hia spring Block, oilers his entire assortment of elegant goods at gieatly reduced prices. Mr. Hess' Block comprises everything in his lino of the best quality. He employs competent workmen, and all ordirs are Sited promptly and with satisfaction. Call and bo satisfied. J ust received and for sale a Urge lot of Wool Blankets at whatever they will bring. Come and supply yourselves?tliey must be sold. J. W. Ferrel, Centre Wheeling. If you want to save money in Dry Goods, Notions, White Goods, Hamburg Edgings and Inserting, go to Henry Jacobs' and look at his cheap counter. Now is your time to buy goods, as Henry Jacobs has a Cheap Counter, on which you find diflerent kinds ol Dress Goods, Flannels, Hosiery, &c., &c. For the most beautiful style prints go to J. W. Ferrel's, Centre Wheeling. * - Obscure diseases, no matter bow they originate, and without regard to the sex of the suOerer, are cured without danger or inconvenience by Helmbold's Extract ol Buchn, the great Diuretic, which acts specifically upon the Kidneys, Bladder and auxiliary organs. No other preparation possesses the lully developed merits of Helmbold's Extract. It is the only genuine Buchu, and it never fails. John F. Henry, New York, Sole Agent. Sold by all druggists. cod aw River News. The river was tailing very slowly yesterday, and In the evening the marks at the wharf indicated & feet in the channel. The Courier left for Parkersburg at 11 a. u. with an average trip. The Rees, Forest City and Market Boy arrived and departed as usual. The Rankin arrived from Pittsburgh about 1 p. m. and luft a lot ol Liverpool ware, iron and miscellaneous freight. She departed with the Intention of laying up at Matamoras until the river is free of ice. Although there Is a great deal of floating ice in the river it ia not heavy enough to seriously impede navigation. The little towboats belonging in this vicinity were apparently very busy yesterday. The Express is the Parkersburg packet this morning. The Skillenger had not arrived last evening. She will go from here to Pittsburgh and return on Monday. On Tuesday she will leave for below, and hereafter run between this city aud Cincinnati alone. [Uj Te!cKT?ph.) Cairo, Feb. .1.?River has fallen 11 inches. Arrived?Arkansas Belle, Evansville; Laura Davis, Nashville; Grand Tower, St. Louis. Departed?Arkansas Belle, Evansville. Weather cloudy. Mercury 34. Cincinnati, Feb 5.?River SI feet and falling. Arrived?Andes, Wheeling; Ben Franklin, Memphis; Exporter, New Orleans. Departed?Andy Baum, Memphis; Exchange, Pittsburgh. St. Louis, Feb. (i.?Arrived?Belle ol fliemptm, jtempUIi; City ol Alton and Mollie Moore, Now Orleans. DepartedBismarck, New Orleans; Johnson, Keokuk; Kinney, Vlckstrarp Gilmore, Cairo. River falling steadily. Weather clear and pleasant. _ Louisville, Feb. 5.?The river ia falling very Blowly with 0 leet 9 Inches in the canal, and 7 feet 0 Inches in the Indian pass. Arrived?John Kilgour, Cincinnati; Lawrence, Cincinnati; Exporter, New Orleans. Departed-John Kilgour, New Orleans; Lawrence, Nashville. Exporter, Cincinnati. Amusements. Hamilton's Opera House. Mr. Jam. Fithimmoxb.;.. .Lessee and Matjager. WHICH! A I.BCTURK BY Miss SallieJ. Meliolin, FHIDAY BV1N1NG, Feb. tt, 1874. Reserved seats can bo secured at Mr. Wn.t. j Jhelb's Music store, without extra charge, on i odnesdajr, February 4th, aud each day after i until the sight of the Lecture, when tickets can i be purchased at the Box Office of the Opera Souse. Admission 75,80 aud ttc. Time of Lecture, 8 o'clock. . fca ; J^?R8. C. E. BMYTH'B " SCHOOL FOR YOUHG LADIES & CHILDREN. Lnnw.1T Utrrrtrti Bunj>u?, ?Pri>*8w?loiiop?iiiFeb:Mrj9,1814. CIuki to urawjop ud PunUagtaught by Hra. WUkln- . loo. Modem Lumm byDt. M?ycr. (a> Pry 0 New Goods and A FULL Foreign & Domestic Goods and I AND WILL BE 80L1 ' 1 am d?termloed to UNDERBILL ANY UOU J. W. FI M>in Watches a Jewelry, Diamonds! In Great Variety a Wm. H. Hen Merchan Fall and Wi - C.W. SE/ MEROHAN I have jaat received one or the largest atocka or and would Invite the public to call and French, English and German C Alto a full line of GENTS' FURNISHING GO No. 9 Br MUSTS MADJL TO OBDSB. ESTABLISHED IN 1837. J. N1U0K VINCI. QXOROI ADA MB. VANCE & ADAMS, Successors to O. D. KNOX & CO. And McClellan & Knox, Manufacturers and Jobbers o! BOOTS & SHOES, NO. 1301 MAIN ST., JalC WHBELIWQ, W. VA. BROWN, The Hatter MARKET BT., OP. M'LUBK HOUSE, Has a large stock always on band. Also of UMBRELLAS. Jrt RUCTION! AUCTION I Bankruptcy! Bankruptcy I I have received a large consignment or Goods Irom the Bast, to be closed oat In the next ten days at Auction at my Rooms, 1060 Market Bt, consisting of GERTLEIEM'S UNDERWEAR & CLOTHING, of overy description. Also a general line of Cutlery, Notions and Musical Instruments. Rare chance to secure Coods at your own f rices, Bale commencing this evening and conInning every evening until cloaod out. GEO. A. WICKHAM, Ja9 Auction eer. mn /ir\ATQTT?*WDO ab nnnnrjn | u VV/?UUilU?itO VC V?y/g f flfi, Osborne's Celebrated Prepared Jara Coffee, Warranted to give satisfaction, and sold by all flratclass retailors or Coffee at 26c per lb. JOB. 8PKIDEL & CO., WUOLKHALlC GROVE It 3, 1320 and 1331 Main Bt.. Whuuxo, Jtfj SOLI AQKNT8.Have been In use over three years, and have PROVED THEMSELVES TO BE THE BEST TOR Baking, Boiling, Broiling, and Boasting. WIIUV iUv Economical, Durable, Convenient, and Cleanly. Thounindi of HoDukMpers will IMliry to their Rood qulltlct. SOLD BY ALL DSALDR8. MANUFACTURED BY JOSEPH BELL & OO. tinwO* I QQLEBAY, SONS & CO , MB Main Stout, Viinun, Headquarter) New Orleans 8u*eti, die. ISO Hh4a. Choice N. o. Bonr. nrl l!1!8" ? HollWMB. >00 Bhla. Choice Lonldana Bice. JO Tiercel Carolina Rlcc. For tale cheap for caah or prompt Bay, jaJS QALENDAR CLOCKS. ?t.^!S8!"",t ofOaleadar Olodu, woleb rnlyjneed windingone*a month. Alio, a lam iloclc of Eight Day anil Thirty Hour ClockaTSl SagPMMSiWs LOUIS DECHERT8 JEWELRY STORE, J*? Bock't Block,Markets t. P?LOURf?..?S^r?S,wb5-,B,ki"''fc? m. matty. pURECRAB CIDBR.-76 BAJUUELB tel? 18 ,tor* Ul4 Il" II I ooda. Great Bargains. LINK OF Carpets, Bought at Panic Prices I 5 THE 8AME WAY. 8K IN THE CITY. C?U uil for jonnolvjl. G R H E Xj, and 20th Bta., Centre Wheeling. ndJewelry. lii.i.. i vvaicnes, Silver Ware! lid at Low Prices. negen * Co., 11 64 Main Street. t Tailors. nter, 1873. ^BRIGHT, T TAILOR. Fall atul Winter tiooda ever receive in ifela city, examlno lor themaelvea. A fali line of Hatha, Cas?lmeres and Vesting. Did. Give me ? all at !IB9 (75) Centre Wheeling. Beplfl Wines and Liquors. G. W. FKANZHEIM, 1133 Market St, Wheeling, W.Va. Importer aud Who)t?*lo Dealer iu FOREIGN & DOMESTIC UQUORS. -audSuperior Cognac Brandy FOR MEDICINAL PURPOBEB. Alao keeps constantly on hand at Whombili and R&tail, Ibc Purest Brandies, Wines, Gins, &o. Th? Oldest Rye & Bourbon Whiskies, And the Finest CATAWBA. AND CONCORD WINES OF Mr OWN HANUFACTUBM. Q. W. FRANZHEIM. 100 Plumbing and Cas Fitting. Thompson & Hibberd, Frantic*! Plumber* Has nd Steam Klttora and Brass Founders, im mabksr ar? wukklinu, w. VA OouiUnUfoo kind, LmW. Wrouuhi, Out ud tialvuilied Iron BUsim will w?Ur WpM, HUan Stages toil Patent Syphon Pumps, Jolulleaa Wat?r Back and Haietjr Valye, Uopbvr Bath Taba, Water Cloaeta, Bollera, Blnka, Hydrants, HoBe Pioga and Bnbbor Hose, Cistorn and well pmnpa. A OOMPLKTK AB80HTMKMT OK Gas Fixtures (Kerosene Lamps. BpecUl Anita torSinitii.rortw ftuo'i Kewor Wptu, LwUTDmlu nod atovu Plim. Chlmuer Tom, Lawn and Haaglut; Flower Vases. %ar u&ujcbs raou ootmrar ntuurrlt rir.Lxu. oca WE ARE CREATING" Ma a Big sensation! by our Low Prices! THB FRICXS OF Men's & Boys' Clothing -ANDFURNISHING GOODS, Were Kever Known to be so Low.. Extra IndnnemAnta nffimwui TO CLOSE OUT WINTER G00D8, H. HARTMAN & CO'S 30 Twelfth St., foiuikbly known ah k monrob bt. dtcM JUJRB CLEANED AND REPAIRED And warranto^ u> glt? mUiImUos, it Uu Wheeling Glove Manufactory, Sign of tki OctotH Olott, huuor ITUR, BKLOW POST WKA *>dt QYRUP8?75 BBL8. CHOICE BUO 9AB Ooodi, trtU numisgi. ntnltwr ?7??l L1BT, DAVWPOB* M PABKtt. Miscellaneous. _ ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS' 8APOLIO li a inbatltat* for Soap tor all HonaeboM parpoaea, except wmiUnf olothea. SAPOLIO~ for Cleaning jonr Hodm will ure the labor ol ou cleaner, OIto it a trial. SAP OLIO* for Wisdom la bettor thin Whltlag or Water. No rcmoTliig cnrtalna and carpeta. SAP OLIO cltau Paint and Wood, In tut the entire honM, better thin Soap, No alopplni. B??u? labor. Ton cant afford to be without ft. SAPOLIO ms? ^ **" SAPOLIO U better than aoap and aand for polishing Tinware. Brig htena wlthont icratchlng, SAPOLIO Polleboe Braia and Copper ut?n?lla better than Add or Oil and Bolton Stono. SAPOL I O for WishingDUhes and Qlasa ware Is Invtlosble. Cheaper tbsn aoap, sap^Tlio reBOTM gtalna from If arble Mantlet, Tablet and glatoarr, from Hard'Snlahed Walla, and Mm China and Porcclaln. SAPOLIO rumovoa Btalna and Grease from Carpets and other woolen fabric*. There la so Article hsons that will do M many klada of work aad do It sa well U Saps* llo. Try It. UAND BAp0.LI0 a new and wonderfully effective Toilet Soap, having no oqaal In thti country or abroad. "SAPOLIO aa an artlclo for thn Bath. "r??rhM tliu luundatlou" of all dirt, opens , the porei und gives health; acUon and brilliant tint to the akin. "^SAPOLIO in Its eff ect upon the akin I? excellent. IM frequent use will remove tau, stilus and blemishes from the handa and face, giving a cltamiu and bnUUtncv unattainable from any other source. ^SAPOLIO U without a rival In tho world tor preventing roughness and chapplug of wither hands or face. BA*U 8APOLIO removes Tar, Pitch, Iron or Ink Stains and Grease: for workers Id Machine Shops, Mines, Ac., is Invalnablo. For making the Skin Whlto and Soft, and giving to It a Abloom of beauty," It la unsurpassed by any Cosmetic known. ^""SAPOLIO costs 10 to 15 cents per cake, and everybody should bavo it. You will like It. DON'T FAIL TO TRY THESE GOODS B?r It or iou merchant If he ku It or will 1 procure It for yon* If aot, thea write for oar Pamphlet, "AU about 8*polio," aad It nlll lie veiled free. JESSE H. LIPPINCOTT, J31 Lunrx St., PITTSBURQU, PA. ]ii6daw Attorneys at Law. HANNIBAL FORBES, 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW. Omoi-SAST SIDE FOURTH ST., First doot altovo Monroo, up stairs. J?1 Q W. B. ALLISON, ATTOBNEY AT LAW, WHJWLIN(3, W*ST VA. Will practice In the state and Federal Count. SOT office on Fourth street, east aide, Urst door north Of Monroe. JytO fa N EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT ? or ? Useful & Ornnmeutal Articles,' Suitable for Christmas Preseuts, are offered by HENRY FLOOR & CO., OPPOBITK OPKHA HOU8B. Beautifully Carved Wall Pock-ts. Brackets. Match Safes, Towel Racks and Book Shelves. fll. T a ? viiruiuuo, xjauuBOapoB ? iriguraB, (Now lot Just received.) Btoreoscopfts and Views or noted places, Oval and Hquaro Photograph Frames, Looking Glasses. All styles of Frames made to order. _dacl9 THK BEST PHOTOGRAPHS! AHR MADIi AT ROBINSON'S GALLERY. TIRIHBLK & HOKNBROOK, Plumbers, Wtw and Fitters, Dealers In Lead, Iron, Galvanised, Steam, Water and Drain Pipe*. Keep constantly on bind a largo asaortmont Braes goods, Bteam and Water Qaages, Pomps and Gaa Fixtures. soli laori *oa wki tuwinu roa COUM'S CELEBRATED GAS MACHINE tar Brad for clKnlu. ? uu nwn.x bt., W&XBldlia, W. VA. Prompt attention given to ordera from a dlitanee. )en 'pO OUR CUSTOMERS. Bncoaraged by the latiefactloD which the Dli- 1 trlbutlon of oar ChrlBtmar rrewnta gavo last Tear, we are determined to |lve alto In this sea eon to onr cuBtomere PreientA to the amount of $100, to be divided Into 35 Prixee. Iach customer will roceive one ticket. Tho Pr eienla ire to be Been now In oar show windows. deeH 8CHULZ & NBUHAL'dgN. ' J Q. STANLEY, j xxxmrACTURin or Baskets, Cradles & Chairs Ladles' Hewing Stands and Travolta# Baskets. BASKETS PAINTED ft NEATLY REPAIRED. ^ (STAll order* promptly attended to. Vadmy on Market St., atone Fat Offla, n WHEELING, w. VA. norio PICKLEtt? ^ , so Barrels choice new Pickles. 60 Half Barrels choice now Pickles, Juit recslTsd and for sale by c M, RKILLT. Medical. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, Sf 4" Tot Uut relief and con or m derangement. ui . the atomach, Ui. or, and town.. MuLSL They ar# a mm aperient, andm If ^ Mh contain no met. ^Hcury or mln.ru ^0 "^whatever, Mucii Mrlotu ilckne.. anil "iifTcrlng li prevented by tUeir timely use; end evory Ounlly itionl.t liavo them on hand Tor their protection ant relief, whoa required.. Loui experience ha? proved them to lie the wfrit, nureit, and best or nil the PlUt with which the market abounds, lty their occailonal me, the blood In purified, the oormptioni or tlie >y.tem ox. petled, obstruction. removed, and tho whole utachluory of life rojtored to lt? hulthy actu. lty. Internal organ. which become clomp,| and sluggith are cloanied by Ayer'p Wilt, and itlmulntcil Into action. Tfitt. Incipient UlMiMo is changed Into health, tha value ui which change, when reckoned on the vast multitude!" who enjoy It, can hardly be coin, putcd. Their augarcoating males#,.tneui Sleanant to take, and protcrvee thelfTIttue< Although searching, they nre mild, ana operate without disturbance to the constitution or diet or occupation. Full directions at* irtven on tlus wrapper to each box. how to use them an a Family Physic, and Tor tho following complaints, which theae PUIb rapidly cure:? For Dj>M|Mia or Iadlrestloa, I4?tIcmbcwi JLanjruor, and Lou of App*. litr. thev should bo taken moderately to stimulate tbo stomach, and restore its healthy tono and action. For Silver Coaaplaiat and its various symptoms. Bilious llearfache, Mick llruduch? . Juumllcr or Or?es Sick. nr*?, niliouB Colic and Bllloua JFc vera, they should be judiciously token for each ca?o, to correct the diseased actiou, or remove tho obstructions which can so it. For JDyaoalory or Dlarrfcara, but one mild dose is generally required. For Bheaaialliai, Goat, Gravel, Palpitation or slut Heart, Pala lu tho Mifle, Back* and Iiolns, tlioy shoulu lui onntiniiAlttlv tal?h m bukiiIuiI ??.? the diseased action ortbo system. With such change those complaints disappear. For I)rooty and Dr?|Mlcal Nw?l|. lags, they should ho taken In largo and ftt?. qucnt doses to producc tlio effect of a drastic pnrgc. For Mupprea?lon, a largo doge should be taken, as it produce.** tho desired effect by sympathy. As a Dinner Pill, take one or two Pilla to promote digestion, and relievo the stomach. An occasional dose stimulates the stomach tnd bowels, restore* the appetite, and iavlgai eten tho system, Hence it is olten advanta geous where no serious derangement exiir*. Ono who feels tolerably well, often finds thnt a doso of these P4Ub makes him flwl decidedly better, ft-om their cleansing and renovatipg effect ou tho digestivo apparatus. PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. AYEB & CO., Fraotioal Chemisti, LOWELL, MASS., V. S. A. roK HA.LE nv ALL DRUOOI8TR EVERYWULUi: _J5pfT~ HALL'S viGtrmn sieiu*? SSbP^RENEWER, Every year increnses the popularity of.thU valuable Ilair Preparation, which is due to merit alone.' Wo can assure our old patrons that it is kept fully up to its high standard; and it is the only reliablo and perfected preparation for restoring Gray or Faded IIair to its youthful color, making it soft, lustrous, and silken. The scalp, bv its use, becomes white and clean. It removes nil eruptions ami dandruff, and, by its tomo properties, prevents the hair from falling out, as it stimulates and nourishei the hair-glands. By its use, the hair grows thicker and stronger. In baldness, it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, and will create a new growth, except in extreme old ago. It is the moil economical TIaiii-Dp.essino ever used, as it requires fewer applications, and gives the hair a splendid, glossy appearance. A. A. Hayes M.D., State Assaycr of Massachusetts, says, "The constituents are pure, and carefully selected for excellent quality1, and I consider it the Best Preparation for its intended purposes." Sold lyall Drugglxt.sand Dmitri in JUniicitut. Prico Ouo Dollac. Buckingham's Dye, FOR THE WHISKERS. As our Renower in many case-t requires too long a time, and too much care, to restore gray or faded Whiskers, we havo prepared thi* :n ujc, in viHi /// lijjuruitun, wiucu win quickly and effectually accomplish tliis result; It is easily applied, nnd produces a color which will neither rub nor wash 08'. Sold b> all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents. Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO,, NASHUA, N.H. Furniture,Undertaking, Ac. Friend * Son, Wholesalfl and Retail Dealers In Parlor, Chamber and Dining-room FURNITURE From the Plilneat ud Cheepeat to the mon FMhlouablo ?ad Klegut. Alio* Choice Auortmnit ot Tables, Wardrobes, Dressing Cases, Etageres, Sideboards, T il^iillnir fir Dftnlr Hnrtftii juiuiaij oo JJUUIV imscs, UA.T TREES AND WHATNOTS AIM t ;Complete Line or lete-a-Tetes, Sofas, Lounges, Rooking, Easy and Parlor Cliairs, In the ifTMtMt nrletj of Stylet nd Prtcri Alio ? liVgo ud well ulacttd itock or CAHPETS, )il Cloths, Rugs, Druggets. Mitts, Window Shades, 4c., IT TUB LOWEBT MARKET RATK Spcdal attention (Inn to UNDERTAKING. All ol the leUelltjlee or ?ull and Half Qlui Me tall o Ouketa, Cases and Wood Coffins, OoBitutljr on two. FRIEND &SON-, 1063 Main St. declMWr" DUCKWHEAT FLOUR?50 BAGS O tkolee Moanttla BockwUU Titw, )ut r? :olvcd by dec) LIST, DAVBNFOBT PARKS.