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DRY COOPS. Housekeeping Goods. 100 pieces Brown Muslin. 100 pieces Bleached Muslin. 20 pieces 5c, 9c and 10c Sheeting. 2b pieces Loom and Turkey Red. DIAPERS AT LOW PRICES. 100 White and Fancy Spreads. AT EMSHEIMER'S, ii-t* /!a/..U tfniiun urAiiiifl f I .i. f'firnnrk le vun til. Near Second Ward Marki't. P. 8.-1,200 pounds best live-ply Carpet Chain, at pur pound. dul ODDS AND ENDS IIV SILKS To be Closed Out Very Cheap. I. BLUM At HllO. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS In largo vuiloty at our usual low prices. DKEH8 c; OOI)S Full lines of Hensnnablo Dress Goods at roil need prices, I. BLUM At IlltO. CLOAKS OF EVERY STYLE Mast be closed out this month. 1. BLUM St, DllO. Before buying see what you can iind at I.BLUM&BRO.'S llO A Main Htroot. m Diontihtky.-to those that deBlllfc to rare tbolr natural twth we would uj | I list tra nrf UO* DOIUW prnjmren man **ur uuiuru w enable thorn to do 10. By thn vie of an Elxctbo Maonktio ri.ti<k<xK *p can and are innklnn bettor and iMudtioucr Oold Kllllnn, with more eaae to our FaMentr, than hare herntuinre bieri made In thla citjr or eliewhorn, without tha aid of the Klectrlc Mugger. What we uy wo can prove by actual di".i??ictrat!eu. Call and *?u (or yourMlvea, J All Ed M. tiUBOIHON A HON. Jul No. 114,< Market Mt.. Whaling. W. Va. XJ OTIOJ5. The party who appropriated an umbrella io hlra olf, fttt'l nut'bol niglDit to hlui, lait night, at the Opera Home, will confor faror by leaving tho oatna at thliofflp". Ufa MAtymax. OMU-JI! No*. UO nnii 5/7 f*ourl?'?Dtli Hireet. Now A<lvcrll*?nifitfft. Wanted?Situation. Notice?[bond of local. | Executory Notice?George Carl. Stockholder^ Meeting- .1. C. Aidersou. Sterling Music Books?Oliver Ditaon A Co.T#o Cotiagofl for Kent?Hornbreok'fl Pfirk-[head of local ] Notary Public, General Htiniticsa and Kcitl llfltate Agent?Alexander Bone,Sr. JAMES WHLELEK attends promptly to the Justice and Notarial Business, the Collection of Account!, &o. Office No. 64 Twelfth street. BUY a present that will outlast time, one (hat will not nnlv nladdfln tha heart ta?dav. but In aMer years awaken hippy reoollcolions of the giver, you can gel it from JACOB w. bHUBb, Jeweler, Corner Nirkct anil Twelfth Sit. NEW (took of Winter Capi Just received and for aala cheap at 8E0. J. MAIHISON'S, 1222 Market St. iHiiuiOMiiTiH Itkconu.?1The following allows tbo range oftho thermometer, as observed nt Scnnepf's drug atorp, Opera House corner yesterday: lem. isti t x. n. 11m.Sr.K.7s.m. I 7 a.m. 12 u. i p. m. 7r.m to 01 U H I 32 39 (0 M WRATHtR l?niCATIO??. Washinotox, I). 0., January 0?1 a. k. ?For Tennessee and the Ohio Valley, generally cloudy weather end light rain or anow, variable winds shifting to west and north, nud during Thursday night lower temperature and rising barometer. For the Lower l.ikes generally cloudy westher and snow, stationary or rlalDg barometer, variable winds, abiding to north and west and by Friday morning lower temperature. MUTTON BRofiMiOUP^or Merohant* f.unch this morning il tin Ntw MoLure Moms Simple Rooms. I'hhoxai, PlcRtJfs.?Mrs. Wm. Kraft and lainlly, from I'arkershurg, are spending the holidays at the residence of Mr. J, W. Monro, on thaHoutb Hide. Cel. tin in Carol hers, of Taylorstown, and Judge Bell, of West Aleiander, were in Dm eifv veB'rrifav. Unfit. H, 1? Urlco, of the Eighth ward drug atoie, la out again alter a brlel alckneaa. Mr. and Mt?, 8. J. Boyd will leave In a day nr two for a vlait to I.oulilana, Florida and other Southern Ntatea. They expect to return homo by way ol Washington, 1>. (!., about the time of the Inauguration. N. 8. O'Neal, Manager ol the Singer Sewing Machine office at Keyaer, la In the city, Aleck Campbell, Jr., Mlaa Mamie Campbell and MlraJnlla Perrla, are dialling In . thla city. C'ol. ('aleh nnggeea, of Olarkaburg, fa at the Mct.nre. ' I,oule Mandrl, for aome time wllh Cohn, Painpllner A Co., left jeaterday for New York to engage with a firm In that city. Mr. Edwin Uleary, with the 8cotl-8lddona tfottpe, fl a aon of oneofthemoit 1 famona lawtera In Northern Kentucky i who haa on aeteral occaaiona represented hia dlatrict In Congreaa. Thn young man waa educated (or law, but chose Iheatage, and haa been In tbelaat five yenra a member of the Nallsoit, ftlatorl and other companies, and haa with him lotirenlra of their regard for him. I icBAPeoraswii, Gaiberod Hero and rbera bj lutein* gonc?r Koporler*. 'Squus Mates married 187 couples last year. Now look oat for a flood if the thaw con* tinuee. No more gaa at the Court House. The purifier won't work. There were thirty?eight deaths in West Alexander lust year. Mr?. fc'corr-SiDDoSH and a part of ber company enjoyed the excellent skating on the river yesterday afternoon. 'suuibb scuultzb to Horkhei tner: "Well, 'Horkey,' the 'Livery at the Bridge' got away with you, didn't it?" Tux directors of theOitlsena Street Rail* way Company declared a dividend of 3 I per cent at their meeting last night. Tub slush, oh, the slush; worse, far worse, than floundering in muah? The young man who wrote thistaeans well. A sugut fire occurred at the Children's Home, on Thirteenth street, yesterday, but no damage was done nor no alarnsunt in. A home coupling belonging to the Atlantic ungiue was lost night before last, and as it will be of no Ude to the fiuder, he will please return it. While Dr. Uaird wan crossinir the sus*1 sion bridge yesterday in his sleigh he occasion to turn ofi the track, and in i doing so upset his vehicle. 1 An avalanche 01 snow sua irom me rooi of Dr. 0. A. Wingerter's reaideuce on Main street, yesterday afternoon, which came near burying Mr. Ralph Arkle, who woa passing at the time. Mr. H. W. b'ciiBKBS, the enterprising grocer at the "Old Home," Marshall county, below Ritchietown, has had a telephone put into his place of business, connecting with the Ceutral otttco in tUis city. Mas. Warkin, now confined in the county jail uuder a sentence to the peni* tontiary for two years, for killing her husband, has, we are told, declared that she will kill his Honor, Judge Okey, as soon as she is released.?Bcllaire IiubymUnl. Tiik Democrats of the Second ward met in Bolemu conclave last evening and threw upon the cold and uufeeliux world the following nominations for Council: First Branch, 15. Larkin; Hecond Branch, James Spyer, Fred liuseuion and Joseph Buckholts. Wb remind our readers that Dr. Belding ? HI ?>wiBi>lilno a? tlia Diti'lnlnH Ohtirnh in this city. Service begins every eveniug at 7:30 o'clock, and will continue this week, and probably next. Dr. B. iu quite an educated man aud an intereating spoaker. All are invited. Davk Hknky, hostler at tho Atlantic engine houHe, was kickod by one of bin engine team of horses yesterday and seriously injured. Theboof struck him upon the lower portion of the cheat. While Dave is laid up Jim Robertson and William Shaw will atteud to bis duties. Tnuitinir will bo observed iu many parts of our country aa a day of special prayer for tho work of Christian women at borne, and among all nations. A meeting will be held tliiu afternoon iu the Lecture room of tho First Presbyterian Church, to which all the ladies of Wheeling and vicinity are iuvited to come. In eur Monday's issue we inaccurately stated that a child of Mr. and Mra.Mooney, who reside in Alley 0., above Tenth street, bad died from croup. We have since beon informed by friends of the family, that the child died from inflammation of the lungH, and that from itfl birth it had been atllicted with a difficult breathing, which ultimated in its death. HOWir IIAFI'KRKU Ihnt Maxwell 'ftcnpetl the I'eualtlee of the Low. When the decision of Judge Melvin in I the Maxwell case was pretty thoroughly disseminated throughout the city yoator! day, the indignant expressions of the people at the discharge of the defendant was intensely earnest, and in some instances qualified by strange oaths. Without a critical examination of the facta in the case the turn In the affair, no doubt, soems queer to honest minds. In former times embezzlement was no crlmo. It was a mere breach of trust, which was not a criminal offence. Only by virtue of statutes enacted by the legislature can any person guiltyof embezzlement be convicted of a felony. The statutes of West Virginia provido that if any agent or clerk of any firm, porsoa, or incorporated company shall;embezzle he shall be deemed guilty of larceny and punished accordingly. Thd \8tate laws also provide for like punishment of a public officer for embe?zlemeut. But there is no provision for the case of an agent or servaut of a municipal corporatlonljeing guilty of tho saino offense. Therefore Maxwell and King could not be punished unless tliey were municipalofQcers. Judge Melvin held that they wero not such officers. There is no law to punish an agent or sorvant of a city for embezzlement, hence \? -II -...I ITin.. .1,,. ...II.... ,.l the court, were discharged. This is the plain unvarnished statement of the case as it stands. The decision in the Maxwell case, however, does not quash the attachment suite ngainst that gentleman and Andrew King. Three cases will be tried before Judge Jackson, of Parkersburg, who heard the arguments on the motion to quash the name, and who overruled it. In this connection it may not bo out of placo to state that when the present Uas Trustees were appointed by Council the ordinance relating thereto was amended, requiring the Secretary, elected by the Trustees, to give bond in the sum of $10.000. WKATIIF.H RTATIMTICS FOR 1990. The llotleaf, CoItlM( find Wottent nan In Tlint Yrnr. Below we give a most interesting table of statistics of the weather for the year just passed: Clear. CI q ml jr. Rain. Suow. January 10 12 a 1 February 1ft 6 5 A March 9 10 6 April II ? 10 .1 May........ W 8 4 0 June 12 a 15. 0 jut? is a io o Auguit 16 0 10 0 **P'cmber 17. A a 0 Oc lobar 17 7 11 1 Notpmbtr II 7 8 V Total IS) SI 91 13 Coluest days?January 2Stb, 28 degrees shove r.wro; January 20tb, 20 degrees above; February 2d, 20 degrees above; February Otb, 8 degreesabove; November 22d,4 degrees below r.ero; November 23d, attero: December 9th, 2 degrees below; December 28tb, 6 degrees below; December 29th, 5 degrees below; December 30ib, 14 degrees below; December 31st, 10 degrees oelow, Warmest dips-June 22d, 92 degrees above; July 17tb, 90 degrees above; July I3!b, 94 degrees above; July 24th, 93 degrees above; August 24th, 93 degrees above; August 25th, 95 degrees above; September 2d, 90 degrees above. Blooming ol fruit trees?l'each, April 16th; plum, April 17th; cherrv, April 20th; dogwood, May 3d; quince, May 6th. Depth nl enow?January. .'!) Inches; February, 9 Inches; March, 4} Inches; December, 14 Inches. Circuit Court?Judge UtMn.?Tills Court met yesterday morning pursuant to adjournment on Tuesday. The Court rendered a decision on the point in the Matwell case argued and submitted, a svnopsinot which appears In another column,. Court adjourned until this morning nt II o'clock. Th? peculiar adaptation ot Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup to so many phases o( throat snd bronchial diseases has rendered this i remedy Immensely popular. Bold every- i where. 25 cents a bottle. i ? ? I Goto yonr druggist (or Mrs. Freeman's | New National Dyes. For brightness and i durability ol color, are unenualed. Color I Irom 2 to 5 pounds. Price 16 cents. ??w I i 6BE4T AS BI1UL SIMM EM. firokco Laws ?wl tb? VcnalilM Impostd Bj tb? Joitlcc*. Another small harvest of items was gleaned by the reporter yesterday in bis round among the justices. Truly noth* ing of great moment?hut something. And aomething, however email, ia duly appreciated in dull times. The gas case bad gone up the spout, removing the lounger's occupation and the reporter*! bonanza, hence anything of a news nature was hailed with delight. The celebrated and myatical case of the Freeze-Fredds shooting affair was tried before Justice Caldwell yesterday afternoon resulting in Freeze being held for hia appearance at Court in the Bum of 1300 to auswer a charge of unlawful shooting. A number of (witnesses vwaa examined, whose separate statements reconciled the following story. It appeara that Frank Fredds on the morning of the 27th of last month went to a house of easy manners and inquired for Ailie Freeze. Ho was not admitted to tie presence of the "Count," but left word with the femme de cluimbre that he was' commissioned by u gentleman by the name of "Frank" to tellhim that he (Frahk) would like to see him down street. Fredds says he left then and saw uothing more of Freeze until the night of the shooting, the circumBtauce* of which were related in a former issue. Other evidence went to show that Fredds' visit, or some other Early's visit to the before-mentioned oufiu, whom Freeze took for Fredds, was not altogether uneventful. For Freeze bearing some one prowling arouud the door of the room he was in tired three shuts through the door, but without doing any execution. This is where the plot thickened, but the mystery which surrouuded the caso from the beginning remained as impenetrable at the close as to the motive of the attack on Freeze, and still greater as to who "Frank" was, and the ooject of his desired interview with the pugnacious "Count." l)a the even* in? of this day Freeze was seated la Halzer's restaurant discussing a plate of fried bivalves wheu the sable Fredds appeared on the sceno and asked Breeze if he had seen "Frank" who wan looking for him. Freeze replied in the negative, and aakod Fredds if he knew him. Replying that ho did not, Freeze gave Fredas the lie direct, qualifying it with pyrotechnical adjectives calculated to meet with a response. In the scuffle which ensued a revolver Freezo had in his pocket waa diicharged and the ball struck Fredds in the leg, shortly aftor which Freeze was arrested. It waa shown by witnesses that the "Count" was slightly under the 'fiuence at the time of the affair, which fact his counsel pressed upon the court in excuse for his recklessness. These are the bare facta of the atrair as adduced by the evidence, but it waa evident to all present that somebody's lips were soaled, and that a tale could have been unfolded that would have lifted the veil of mystery that shrouded the bickground. Justice (Jaldwell, after some consideration, held Freeze iu the sum of $300 for his appearance at conrt. Mr. E. U. Oracraltap* pearod lor freeze, ana air. u a. joruan lor the State. Justice Philips seems to be tha sworn euetny of persona who will persist In carryiog ou the baaiuess of beer bottling without having the proper and lawful credentials. Yesterday he issued a warrant for Thomas Devlin, who supplies Mouth Killers with the German whisky. Justico Felber. yesterday, issued peace warrants for William Brown and William Tairg, of Triadelphia, who are alleged to bave threatened to abbreviate Willism Hamilton's earthly oareor. The gentle* men gave bond for their apperance this morning, wben the facts in the case will be disclosed. An experionced traveler ssys: "The most troublesome companion a person can have, whilo being away from home, is a I | cough, and I would advise everybody to trocurea bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup eforo starting." TIIKMrAUK. ?col( NI(l<lont Id "ihe Mchool fur Neon* dil" nt I tie Opern lloune. Mrs. 8cott-8iddons terminated her successful engagement at the Opera IIouso Iflflt evening, appearing bb l.ruty reatit in The School for Scandal, The comedy which Beta out in bold relief the bane of modern society an well as the ancient regime for which Sheridan wrote, is considerably marred by unnecessary vulgarity, if not downright obscenity. It is not prudish to condemn that which shocks modesty, and it is our cold blooded opinion that Sheridan's fame would have been as bright had he dropped I be pen before he finished The School for Scandal. But the comedy in parts is bright. The style is piquant, and there is a pungency in all the words and animation in all the scenes. Mrs. Siddons ah Lady Teazle met all the requirements of the character, but she was not nearly bo bewitching as she was in RoMilind. The part, of course, does not call for the snmo style of acting, but her movement was not as easy and natural. In the screen scene she was the eminent actress that she is accounted to bo, aud was extremely satisfying and oven artistic in the trying momenta. The support did much bettor woik than on the previous evening, Mr. Lugi Lablache, especially, retrieving his woak work of Tuesday evenlug. The Sir Peter Teatle of Harry Pierson was a conscientious characterization, and was received with favorable recognition by the audience. amuskmrnt notes. The Bcott-Slddoni troupe go from bete to Youngatuvrn, Ohio. Hyron said that whatsoever Sheridan did, or choBB to do, was, par excellence, always the best ot the kind. According to tlila "The School tor Scandal" ia the beat of comedies. An exchange says Bernhardt Is thin, but Bhe can Oil a theatre. Tennyson's new tragedy, "The Oap," 1)08 been successfully produced in London, 0. II. Bishop, the comedlsu, an old Wheeling favorite, who will be remembered In connection with the visits of the Chapman slaters to this city, is meeting with big eucreaa aa the "Widow lledott.' 001. Sellers It Ay mom! Is doing Indiana and Michigan cities this week. Joe JefToraon ia melting the hearts of Cinclnnatlans this week with "Hip Van Winkle." Mary Anderson closes n successful engagement at the Fifth Avenue Theatre, New York, this week, and will take a week of needed rest. "All the Hage" will bold the boards at the Opera Ilonse, Friday and Saturday evenings. Seats are on sale at Baumer'a, The Harmonle-Miennerchor Concert promises to be the local musical event of the Beaana. Haverly's Mastodon Minstrels appear at the Opera House on the 12th Inst. Fall from a Kane, WatBbaahlf, (Trl.) ftnUrptlaa. Rev. 8. S. Yarbrough, whose wife, by a mil irum is nuino icwiim m nomio uiuiir Inn anil bail a bone broken, end who used .St. Jacobs Oil with aplendld effect, In a communication upon the anbject obperves: "It would have done one good to listen to her eulogising the Oil." This gocd lady'a experience la simply that o( mitltltudea tliroaghont the entire country, whose absolute faith In the cflicscy ol 81. Jacobs Oil Is rewarded by never a disappointment. It Is reported by a stockholder thai the old stockholders ol the Novelty Olasa Company, at Lagrange, are now prepared to buy in the pioperty that la tn be exposed to sale under the Receiver, Monday, January 10th, 1881. The object ol their placing the property in the handa ol a Receiver waa to dispose ol eome difficulties lhat existed In the organisation that rendered them unable to compete and Itart their worka, and which could not be dieposed ol otherwise. They will organise nnderan Ohio charter, and will complete the worka lor operation to meet the aprlng i ;rade. i THE ftUODKI BSD Of lb* Xaxwall t'aaa?Tbo Dcfeudanl DUcbarsad-Oplnlon of the loan. Ia tbe CUcuit Court, oo yesterday, the gts caae paused into history. The proceedings were, before that time, prolonged, bat the termination was sudden. At U o'clock the Court was formally opened, with jury and counsel in their places, and Judge Mel via proceeded to deliver his opiaion on the question, which, for nearly two days, occupied the attention of the Court in discussion and examinatioo, viz.: whether, on the facts agreed to exist in the matter of the appointment of the defendant, J. L. Maxwell, to his position ss Secretary oi the Gss Works, and his services therein, he was, at the dates charged in the indictment, an officer of the city of Wheeling, within the meaning of the atatute under which he was indicted. The opinion was oral and of considerable length, and we are consequently unable to stive even a fair synopsis of his remarks. He examined the statutes aad ordinances bearing upon the subject, and referred to the authorities cited, and announced as the conclusion at which he had arrived that it was not the inteution oi the City Couocil to make the Secretary of the Gas Works, who had received his appointment from the gas trustees, a citv office; that, in fact, they had not created, whether intending to do so or not, any auch office, or tilled it in the manner prescribed by the charter; that it did not sppesr that the charter of the Gas Company created such an office, or that, by the transfer of the charter of such company to the city, such an office, if so provided for, became an office of the city, and that the defendaut could not be charged as a de facto officer, no oilice having been created. At the conclusion of the opinion, after some consultation among the couusel appearing lor the bute, Mr. ueorge H. Caldwell arose and stated that while thoy were supplied with plenty of evidence as to the facta of the charges of embezzlement contained iu the indictment, yet, in view of the ruling of the court, they were not prepared with evidence that the defendant was a municipal olticer as chared, and that thoy had notbinK further to argue on behalf of the State. The court then suggeated that probably nothing remained but tho preparation and rendition of a verdict, and one waa accordingly prepared by Mr. Good and signed by Mr. Hrown, one of the jurors, to the effect that the jury found the defendant, John h. Maxwell, not guilty. And so the defendant was discharged. In the case of the Htate vs. Andrew King, who was jointly indicted with Maxwell, nothing was done formally, but it is un* derstood that the ruliug afiocted his case as well, and that for the present, ot least, no order will be required. Flooded Building.?Last night the col* lar of the Washington Hall block was (Uncovered to be filled with water, and ut an early hour this morning the water beuan to run through cracks of the (loorinto tho businetB rooms on the first lloor. It ia sup* posed that the large pipe which furnishes water for the hydraulic elevator had burst from the excessive cold weather. Try it; koep trying it, and try it again. We say this because we believe that the health, happiness and prosperity of tlu> people depend upon the proper use of1 these medicines, which havo proved ho successful in eradicating disease and defeating death. The medicine so directive in its cure of diseases ia tho great Southern remedy, Simmons' Liver Regulator. Try ill wo kvileve that tlio llrat trial will bo satisfactory. ' Siikst Muaic, half price, at Sbelb'u. "fo lir, or Not to b?." "To be, or not to be," (hat is tlio quo* tion. Whethor to Buffer from a diseased system and continuous impurities of our blook.or to take Spring UloBSom and lie-1 come a welcome and respectable member of society. Price, 50 cents, trial bottloa 10 centH. daw Oiiisp Tobacco is tho "boss." If you try it you will use no other. An ttllforVtRcniifl. Opfick op tub "Ikdoutrial Era," 1 Ai.uia, Iowa, May 1'0,1880. j To Whom it May Concern: 1 take great pleasure in making the foling statement: I have been allllcted with a disease of the kidneys for tho pant two years, and have tried numeroua remedies with only partial and temporary relief. Warner's Safo Kidney and Livor Curo was recommended to me, and after taking it the pain and distress left me, and I am today feeling stroug and well. 1 am per* fectlv satisfied that Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure is the medicine needed, and can chcerfullyrecommeud it to others. TthfJAW CJ. W. Stamm. Chief Tobacco la all the rage. Try it. For sale everywhere. Pianos and Ohoans Giiiap.?The following Pianos and Organs are ottered at Lucas'Music Store at ureat banians, and on easy payments of $5 00 to $1000 per month until paid for: One seven-octave piano, $150. One seven-octave piano, $175. One Hallet and Davis piano, $125. One Mallet and Davis piano, $150. One six-octave piano, $50. One seven-octave piano, $175. One Stodart piano, $125. One Bacon and Haven piauo, $125. One six-octave piano, $00. One six-octave piano, $30. One six-octave organ, $115. One five-octave organ, $75. One five-octave organ, $05. One 4j-octave piano, $35. One live-octave meloiteon, $30. One fivo-octave melodeon,$'J0. One five-octave organ, (new) $75. All the above second-hand instruments are in good repair and tune. Gall and examine at Lucas' MusicHtore, 1227 Market Street. IxqciRit (or Okie! Tobacco and toko no other, You will like II, Tnit Musical Mahvm,.?The Orgatiina playe any tune: junt the tiling for a (Jlirlatmaa Rift. New. novel and beautiful; just received atShelb'a. Cull and aee It. Burlnln* lor Caali. In order to make room for our Spring toclc we will offer for the next tulrty day*, positively tor cash, A job lotoflioya' Iloota. " " Men'a lloota. " " Chlldrcn'a Solar Tip Shoes. " " Mines' Bchool Shoes. If you desire a reliable lloot or Shoo at cost don't forgot to call on Wilson llroa., opposite McLtire House. These goods will only be offered at coat for the next thirty daya. Hnllly or Wrong. Some people havea faehion of confusing excellent remedlea with the large maaa of "patent medicines," ami In tbia they are guilty of a wrong. There arn some advertised remedlea fully worth all that la asVed for them, and one at least we know of? Hop Illtters. The writer has had occasion to lis# the Hitters In Juitatich a climate an we hare moat o( the year In liar city, anil haa alwiya found them to lie (Irat-clam anil reliable, doing all that la claimed (or them, ?JYifcuw. it w paw If von want the flneet chew out, hny the Chief Tobacco. Ctoano Oct S1U.1.?Commencing Monday, January 3.1, to doae out my large Block ol Dry Uooda, Carpets, ami Wall Paper. Call anon anil net a great bargain at 2019 and 2021 Main llreet. .Ton* Woman. MoatcAL raaaasTaglren away atShelb'e. Ertaraonr chewa Ohlef Tobacco, beeauae It la tha beet. For aale by all Dratsitae dealera, i PWHTIMO. . Ill) M MM ADVERTISE ADVERTISE ADVERTISE IS Tim """" IIIH IITQUjEKEI, ADVERTISE | a?O ADVERTISE _ MAKE MONEY! ADVERTISE " WISE ADVERTISE ? DEAELR8 ADVERTISE ? ACKNOWLEDGE ADVERTISE Till ADVERTISE ADVANTAGES ? ARISING ADVEUTldti yxou ADVERTISE ADVERTISING > n?0Miiuc IS Tllli COLUU.VS OH k Ai'iuuiur. wnHe WIDELY CIRCULATED ADVERTISE NEWSPAPER, liv thjub ADVERTISE ? CONTINUED PATRONAGE ADVERTISE ADVERTISE B?ay"Do not order Printing ? of any character until prices ADVERTISE have been obtained at the ADVERTISE DAILY INTELLIGENCER ? STEAM JOB PRINTING ADVERTISE 0fF|CE i i i i 2 i i i i i MEOICAL. Blood Humors, Itching and Scaly Uisuases, Scrofula, Scrofulous Sores Ulcers, and Swelling!, positively permanently and economically cured. CUTIUU1W UE80LVCNT, la l!io grealMt Blood 1'iirlllcr lu iiKHliclov. It acta through the U>?ol?, liver, kidneys and nkln. ( UTIt DIM, n MoJIclnal Jelly, arre?t? external di?ens.< eat-n way lifeless HckIi ml ?kin, allays itilUiiitii'M'iii, Itrhlntc and Irritation and heals. (JUI IOIIIM HO,Vl'cIamihm, soften*. whiten*, and hrautlOffs the ?klu. It iiikI the CUVlCUltA HHAVISti SOAI'. ti.noniy medicinal having map, aroprepard fr utCutloura. Salt Rheum. Mrs. Ann II llrowii, Muliun, mum., hn>l Halt Khouin on body and limb* for eight ti ara. r<o kind of treatm*n? or mtdietn* or doctors did her any good. I.iiiiIm so nw and painful that "he wai obliged at Mihm t > go nt-oiit on crutches. Many of Ma dt*n'?li>-at c'tlxens can tottify to hor condition. ill dripnircd of cum or even relief, I'lid the tidt'ura Keaolrent Inter* nally, and tho Cutlmira and Cuilctra Buap externally, and was cured In tlx month.*. Wonderful Cures. What ou res of lllood and r-kln l?l -eases, and 8cslp Afftntlons with Iajik^ Hair, can i umpire with those o' tho Hon. Wut. Taylor, Huston, Hale Smator of Msuae h use its; Alderinan Turker. Huston; H. <*, hteole. Kiq., Ihlrtgo; F. If. hrafce, Kiq, Detroit; II. K. Carpenter, K?<|., (lenders hi, N V ; Churl*.? Houghton, Iftq., Iloatot', and ninny othnrs, dotniis of which may t*? had on application toiUsns. Week* A Potter, lloston. Eczema. Manuel Manlnlr., Near OrlcntH, la., write*: "No others can roiiimuo with th? Cutlcura Itcmudlea. I havo mod them In all forms /or a sovcre ciw of w>>nt the doctors called Kcxtmii, which waa eflwtually cunu in weeaa CUXICDRA REMEDIES Aro prepared bv \V<vk* .* Potter, ClieuilMi ami Driuviiita. 800 Washington ntroct. Itoaton, nud nr<> for mile by all DrufftUla Price f ?r Ccticpka, a Medicinal Jolljr, iianlfboxM, CO ocnls; Inr^o Ikixm, 81. Curt* cuba Hwhi.vknt, (ho ticw Wood Purifier. (1 par bottle. ("UTIC'tJKA Mkimcimai, Toilkt Hoap, 28 cent*. CUTICTRA M KDICt.'f AL b'ltAVIMO HOAP, 18 centa; in bain lur Barbara airl largo conauiuera, 60 cant*. All mailed free on welpt o' prfcc. SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE up For CATARRH V Inslantnnrous, Econamloal, Saf?. Radical Treatment for One Dollar. Poitonotil catarrhal matter Hllltitc the naaal'pa1**** rod n*a? the tnrmbratiea, tl?au?a, mid lartlla^cf, caualng Inn of nine I, t?*ti? and hrarlnv. The uutrld accumulation* drop during aleep Into the throat nn1 tire nwallnwtd, paratj*ln? dli??rtlo:i. Taken up by the absortioiifa. ilic rlrui enters the blotd, weaVnlng and dnhllltitlng ever <*r/in, and generating fatal nfltO'.loua of tliu lun<?, liver and kldneri. Hlrlkeat Ihe roi'a of thla gigantic dhovo. C'oanie, purify, and heal th? imtnhrane tin iig the naa?l paaaagea, and then, br constitutional I rent *nl< ueutra* ll/.e the (mlton in ihe blood and other fluid* HANKOW)'* P.AD1UA I, CURK, with IMPROVED INHALER and CATARRH AL M)LVK"Tt reachee every part of tlioaflected vatem, cleanilng. purify* Ing, ?nd reitcrlOB. It la radioil und permanent. It In economical and info. Try It before It l< toe late. Price, *llb Improved Inhaler, ''ATAIIItII At, 80L* VKNT, Treatise, nad Dliectloni, 91. fold every wh-re. General Agenli, WEEKSA POlTKU, Hoalnn. I I hi f\. td# hiceiro*(fiiiTROii! i??tCULH/VS' lory nttnrlicil to /rtlTiir Uti?wmv' '-'I AH: KI.B TRIO I'IiAH. '? *"?rrantr?l h>i|??tlr>r /">/ 4?mp>qC to tint t'2 trtttary Mo* the 4/|3jfclW pit iic, ami l?a rnr for UhrutnKtl in, NpuraUta, Llrrr. KMney mid Ufl? nary Diaaaw, Merrom Paint an<l wmkofi Milam and Am* I'alna. S?ld arprywhrn. JalwMw WILL IT CURE ME? Ball a in m whoso wocbPRonatountaniinMatid hrok'n-town onatHtMlntt plainly alioaed 1 trar?i of dl*p<a??a auflerer wlih Nerrona Iiyaprnala, In whnao stomach Ihn moat dalleato mortal lay like Irad. RcfrcahlriR alaap i and quia! Ufrrpa wp-o atrapgpri lo hlin, aud he ritaNrirfld of atrr bring well. Weadrlatd him totake SIMMS LIVED ^EeUUTOR I I Whlelj hadl'ij and In n ihort time wna r.ot only ftllited but ha'dar, If you arr- auflrrlns with l>yar* riU ? r l.ltrr I'ltoian in any fotm. do rot wait nntli thadlafaio ha? taken a f at hold upon ton, tiut ti?o the Icri-nlntor wlian theavmp* foma flrst a!io? th?msa1?fa. It has ifliPTPd unlo'd auflVilnr- SIMMONS MVKIt fUSOU* 1.11(111 ll tinl fin lMil,nllr< ll.nf III.A MJIIKLY VMJt/TAHI.F KFMKIlY Hint *lTi rnrr whrn emitting p!?p (nllt It i? i< fault* Ifti family tiifillelnr F?-r* not t1lttrr>f)g6 llienrMfm. It no violent it untie Imt nAlttre't own tempi!?. Tl?e frlond <>f **eryon?-. *ml will tint dlopp Int von, A ?lnsr? ItUI will Pontine*yon tint l? inherit"*!**!, pnre?t *11(1 t.??l family in??llf Ine In the World. A?lt th" reifirerrl nllloat nflrrtrt, rlcllmt of fever nn I *Rue, th* metenrlel (ll-M-x.l I'Rtlnnt how tt.rf reentered Ihe'r ? health ,rhperful | lrlt? nti>l pt-.o*l th?y will lel'l jrott l?y tnklnr Hmmon* Liter f He/ulN'or. I'nri In rn *Imnhi be wefnl to f* thiil thejr ?ot thn (ienulne, mtnufTtiired only br.I. II MCII.IN A t o., >'hlln<lrI) h a. Ho hi by All llMgtflti. de*.?Mvr BDJTHKAM, I.K1TKK HKAOH.Ae.For nn Pill lira It. I?tier llea-li, Nc?t Head! rat lt. M? r> tn Iht DtL'y InleMianttt Job Off H, I HOLIDAY COODS-CEO. ft. TAYLOR. 1880. CHRISTMAS. 1880. GEO. R. TAYLOR Will opon to-day ami daring tbo preseut week iho largat stock of CHOICE NOVELTIES FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE HK HAS KVER OFFERED. % i HOLIDAY GOODS! m-T <-v -wvr ir? a t"v "HT J? jr., JSL. *' JL All new ami rare. Selected with special reference to (ho occasion and embracing the greal* ost variety of choice articles for SUITABLE AND ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. C3-EO, IR,. TAYLOR POLLACK'S STANDARO TOUACCO ... ' vv 11 m An. ni rti iivu'n: f: ?.n rs or law. - Evtcnv pkhson'ib cautioneu u ^ \>Vvnw>/^ I * 1S0NE GENUINE without V <0y^ / mt/ Signature: ^ ^u/Mif/m//r?/ff//y//v>//jae/ffMM,Hryrlf/w//, Jit</iflA'rJ^/it^/tcc7ur/M^;/U,d/frm/am yJeu^cwic^ant/^Mtr/ita/^raaxU, /y ftumtstus Pdlhtcfo. Trada Mw'k k Package patontod. WAKE HOUSE ! *WalorSt. AVJIEKLIXd.W.VA. rULlMS SIMHIHUIUH 13 HANDLED BY THE FOLLOWING CITY AND BRIDGEPORT WHOLESALE HOUSES: Muiri. Brannum&. Sons, Bridgeport, 0. Meuri. J. A. Miller, Esq., Wheeling, " B?ksr & Alexander, ' " Mlcliarl Rellly, Esq., " " Baer i Sons, Wheeling, " Rhodes A. Co., Bridgeport, 0. " Sgerter&Co, " " 8pi*del & Co., Wheeling. " Hubbard, Paull 4. Co., Wheeling. " Simpson & Held, " " Laughlln & Co., " " Smith, Jno.L. &. Co., Wheeling. " Maxwell &. leham, " " N. Sohuilz, Esq., " " Nelll & Elllnoham, " TIIJB3 SOVEREIGN PINE CUT By Messrs, loi. Speldel & Co., Mlnhael Rellly. Esq., 3. Baer &. Sona, and A. C. Eg"rt"r & tin. A POSITIVE CURE M1Lt8'p*BW*00"'~ WMfiftut mwlirtiiM, &llauV Soluble Medicated Bongiea* i Slcill' il (Ml. !? . I"7?. lit? tx>X No. I will cur# liny cue in four diyi or Ik*. IB O O IK1 JQ X UST ID EIR. S Ho 1 will cur.?tho iiiuflt oim:lHnl?iuii>, m? innttof of liow long Standing. 4 No nnu*'Viu? dotfi of ctibfl*, copilba, or oil nf gnn. lulwool, tint ar? c?ft?ln to prmlnra iljiprpuli by lewtroylnK the continii of the itotnflih. FrlceflM. Bold bjr all I>riigjl?t*, or mailed on ?AND? tee?lpt Of tirlr?. For furtiior p->r lcu:ara Itnd far circular P. o Hot 1188. J.r. ALUNOO., ?Mn?.,nwT"rt.- BUHK B00K MANUFACTURERS J1|1K BEST WHITE LEAD EJettr* n, Orcen Scnl, (JuarAntetlng Iti Parity and Fine Quality. re prepared at nil limes, with the beat maCiri:t 7 <erla1, t0 or^en! for Wank Hooka, such ai 1,-j * wxwaj c,. 4jWiW-f HfiK nrB ,wu "y ,in,,Kst uounues, Uorporniionn, I ? WHIT E ^ I "r^^t;xinKS? I'nil roads and Merchant*, upon short notice, V s LEAD 7 T^^r5?';Jv J ??"* J" the most desirable and workmanlike Having all the latest and most Improved II I. noMittllwl fo- Fln.nw, Vhltnti. ?r.1 Cot. "Whinny ** '? ! --onfl.lent tl.nl we'will rrnring Csptdty. ?1i10t?v dor entire satisfaction U) all who favor us with rHK M.AOE TO GO- th"ir Music, Magazines and Periodicalsof every 11 ??ln.Hart,M prtMlm,UK torHptton In ? "?l nn.l duMbK manner, rtie Intelligencer Job Rooms. Mn'L8>FKKW A co Nos. 26 A 27 FocamsTi? St., *6r* mmuM In food rtrta upon tbs ihortMt notM w20 WHREIiINO, W VA. BAKIWO POWDER. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Uftda from Gr?o? Cre?mTarUr.-Np othar preptrv it An ? w a. .iii.K 1l<fht tfalrw Knl hriuila nr ln*.>>. paatrr. Can becatan by Dyapcpilca without lou ,4 the Ilia reaultlng (rout baavy InulguUblt food. aua only In c*aa, by all tirorera. U 'VAL BAKIMU POWDER CO., NJ?W YOU, PAW TRANSPORTATION. PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI AND8T I LOUIB RAILWAY?PAN HANPt.K WHITE. Tluio Tabia iur Eaat uuJ Weal, ooiroct*l to Nutm* bar tttU, ?S0. Trftlua iMTa I'm UauJle Deitot, loot cl fclti?o:fc (tract, near Public landing, dully aicvjtt buiiiUi.u follow* t uotwtf ?aw. Pitta., Phil. Fait Ac juT Wbwiltiig Ttmo. Ksp'a Kxp'a Ksp'i corn's ioui'i Luato? a. m p. m. p. m. 4. u. r. v Whtallng 6:0'.' 1:12 4:62 0:27 6:12 Wallaburt 7:27 140 ft:2tl 10: On ( < tJtaubvnvllla.. 8:00 2:2.1 n;ul 10:U0 ;<u PltUburgb 10:10 HMO 7:W a, w. A, M HarrUburg 12:15 4:00 BalUiuora 7:40 Washington #:?J Philadelphia 4:1ft 7:10 Naw York* I0:?.*t P. M. P M. Hoaton 4 20 *:! ypthw wivii. Plo. Cln. 1 vJoil, I At- aTT Jill Lx|i'a Uiti. coui'n ioui'o I.MJTO? a. *>. t. N. a. M. P. M. H, Whiwllng U 27 4:52 0:62 1:12 512 Arrlio? -rtcubtiuvllla 10: JW *:05 8.00 2:26 7:W A. M. I Mil J i IS ?tMm Utnnlaou. 1110 8 US ? P. m U. u.j | Nowark 2 *20 1; Columbui ... . I:'i3 2:30 Jjnavo? p, M. Columbui. I:? 2 45 ? Arrl lit? Dayton C:8fi 8:<M) CluoiuoaU SiOO 8iM p. m. InJlinnpolli., 11:00 13 31 St. J?uli... ? 7:M 7:M Chltago 7:fi0 7ti? .... Hun day kxi'Uinuj ItmV'i wbk'liUtf m v.il a. m,nrrlvtiiic >t \VullHburj: 10:00 a. w., mid ui hieul>?nvllli i 10:. 0 a. m.. connecting with 1'aclAti ksprem fur ill wimUtq potnia. Tralna l?*Tlug Columbui nt 8.10 P. *. and 8.JS a, y, run dally. TIuuukH Chl? a?o oxpraM lun?eaO>lumtBi dally, oxceptHunday, at 0:00 p. M., with iletplDgni attached, arriving lu Chicago at 7.80 urxt uiornMf* Uortba can Ik- wcurcd In advance u( Union Pipit TUketUttice, Columbui. Fullman'a Palaco Drawing llooni Hinting Cut through without rkaugo (rum HtoiH?nvUI*> Lut i| Philadelphia and Now York. Weal to Columbu Cincinnati, IauUvIIIp, IndlanarolU and ht Uult For through Tickets, llajwage Chuka, Bl?epln|t)f accommodation*. and any lurtVr Information, i?I? to JOH. M. BKU.KVIIXK, Ticket AkoiU *1 ft Hamlin ihttrfil fruit fit fli kfiifli lit At I'll Tk&otOffloe, under Mrl.ure Home. Whirling. P. W.OALPWKM. den'I Manager, Colombo*, 0. W. L. O'lUilEN, Qdn'l Pate. and T<r%?i Atfentrolunibai. ft CLEVELAND ?k PlTTHBUliGU R. Bi \J CONDKN8HU TJ.VHVARl). On and after Mot. 7ih, 1!80, *11 Traint *111 rtl J All* (except Uunda/,) u follonit * Through Twin* to Pittsburgh. 2 Through Tralnt to Cleveland, 2 Thruuuh Traliu lo Chicago. I'ulliuan'i Parlor Care between WelUrlllt til Cleveland. Hotel und Bleeping Cars on all Tr?tui between i\> llanmand Chicago. Aocoia. Mall. Learo? Bollalre 5.MA.M, lO.fOA.M. IMf.lt Bridgeport fl.(A " II.W) 11 '.MA " HiciilxinTlllle 7.04 ' 11.47 3.01 " Wellirlllo 8.10 11 1.8(1 r. M 8.60 11 Bochmter B.lfl ? 2.2fi ? 6.43 " Arrlr*PltUburgh 10.?0 ? lt.il ? 7.4J " Altooua M0 1'.' 20 A.* Hirrli'iurt: 11M a.m. i 19 " Baltimore 7.80 " 7 :w " Wa*iilngtou.. 9.C2 " 'J 02 " Philadelphia.., 4.1 A " 7M " Mew York fi.M " l- v " Hoato'i 4 40 r,.iorj, TO CLUV10LAN D. Only tlve liotnu ami twcnty-lbn inlnutcal LKAVK. ~ A com. KlprWI. Ui'llalri' B,M a, M IM f. * flrldupport fl.on " VtH " htmiFumvIlje 7.01 " Vol " Alliance ].u(i p. M 6.19 " IUrcnna MO " nM " Huilmn 2 0'J " fi.M " CluyelanJ . an " 7 .tf " TO CHICAGO. Only 18 Hours I LEATg. Attlin. fclfM IWUIrr li.M A. H KIM UrMaeport 1,01 " S.c> " btiulioiirllla 7.04 " 8.01 " Yellow CrwK 3.li " AllUtico 1.20 p. m " Mumfleld ft,4? ? 9,20 M Ft. Wayne 12.0* a. u 2.401.* Chicago 6.<i0 ' | 8.00 Acamnntxlatioit?LnavMfl?jialr? it ii p. in., Brldfr?|M?rt ft.00 p. in.; nrrlvpa at Hli<iib?nrll!?ii fi.05 p. tn.: Iiwtmi Btoubenvllle at 7.M) a. r.i; Hfldp port at B.'.j a. m.; arrlrra at Bdlalra it fl.05 a. m. Titk?t? ati'i HntfWtf Chock* In all prjtJC!i>al In th? i'Ai". nrut WbbT nun I# rmnurnl ,1 lh? T!'l I OfflMln lMJgepurt. P. H. MYKlifl, Hwnwal fMMngff >rn< TiritM gALTIMOKK 6c OHIO KAlLKOAD Cl>, Un ml alter I'tcciiilwr IV. I1?j, I'MaeiiK-r Jr*.rl wll runna follnw?-Whi*lln* Tlinn: EMt'boundr" No48rS;?riN^:*V' 1 # Dully W LMfft? A. M. A, M. 1- ' Whwllng 7:00 8*40 1*M "J Btlfftlre M 8.4*i 10-.W * * Atthm m? P.M *.M. P.*. t\ u niton A M vim 100 ?e 1 Cuml*rlr.nd. 4:40 7.40 l? WMhlnfton (liy?K 9:41 J* Biltimora. - ii:o'' M PhlMe'phln..... 11:00 .... 1 Row fork ?. 8:3ft ......... 4' 4. ? Bontiiri ,.. 4:? _jj' l>?lly ?sc*Pt BundlyT No. 7 *n ilnop m nil flKHoni, Wcat*bound. "TfTo. i N? # 1' ll>tllyiu?llr M L?*f t- | a.m. r * I'/ Wheeling I fclM Is* % t.iv Arrl?? *t? : . | p. v I I - *; Sannrlllt I in ? Newark.* ... 2:'? v?v Coluintiui *;*' 7V?| " Cincinnati ?:0o Sardaakf 1:00 ^ ?ti<liAD?iprlI? 11:00 dt. *i:M I* *j Chlrtfo 6:10 : * A. M. .,? Kunwm flty.. | * B A (). !ni?c#, Drawing Room ?nd Mwpwi ^ o* all night tralnn. ^ CloaecoDOWtlontarn mado for ill polntl HoiiIIiwmiI, North*ml Northrwt, ntallnf mbl? rout* for rolonfiti and rtrfoM gr^at Wi*t, and to born i>r.rtlciilariUtfntJon ttfWHKKMHO, HTTH.TNT> FAI/TIMOBK !>[* Lwwwhwllnr ?:? l:Wr ' ?|0P No trait* run on (hi# l>i?lrton on Hun *7- rt1 Tlrkot? to all principal p^lnti on wi ? Offlf* or-on at all fioura during ihedat. f'ilornatlon to Ihp trailing jruMlt' i'r * W. M. CLKMKNTH, M.ot ! 'I. T. llf.TBIIU>. "M'l A wit. ?h?llf> . j^AW I'KlNTlNlt? Kt^nlrt with utarnrr, n?tnfw wJ rtpUlt/, It tht UlIKLMUMWMW *<*?"