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i i ' local matters. Oi'H Aoksi.?I) W. Maupin, Esq., it an authorized agont for this paper, with full power to mako collections, receivo subscription*, and to con tract for advertising. His contracts mid receipts will be recognized *nd binding, in all eases connected with the business of this office. Geo. W. Tippett, Proprietor. Dhath or 1)b. C. T. B. Moobe.? We are culled upon this week toi perform the sod duty of chroniciliug j the sudden and unexpected death of. Dr. C. T. 11. Moore, of this town, | which event occurred about 1 o'clock Saturday morning, the 17th inst. For sever#! weeks he had been com plaining of a bad cold, but was ablo to be upon the streets, until last Thursday evening, when he was ('(impelled to take to bin bed andsend for a physician. The bad cold he complained of was but the premoni tory symptoms of erysipelas, which proved to him so suddenly fatal.? Dr. Moore was 33 years' of ugo at the time of his death. He was endowed by nature with an intellect of more than ordinary capacity, which was enriched by a literary and profess ional education, and also by (for so younft a man) extensivo travel and commingling with all classes of so ciety. He was twice honored by the people of this, his native county, with the office of County Superin tendent of free schools, and at the time of his death was one of the Mag istrates of the county. His death caused not only surprise but sorrow among l>oth personal and jiolitical friends and opponents, who alike join in the deepest sympathy for his bereft widow and child and other mourning relatives. Sunday the Daniei Boone carried the remains and it large concourse of relations i and friends Ave miles up the Kana-| wha to the farm of Mr. John McCul- j loth, iiii father-in-law, whcreall that j wa? Mortal of Dr. Charles T. B. Moore,, nkl debited in the fumilv burying j ground, there to remain and await the resurrection morn. On his grave we drop a sympathetic tear; over his faults we throw the broad mantle of charity, only remembering his gener osity and good qualities, which were i many, and long to be remembered by his friends. In tht matter of W. it. (Junn vs. C.C._MH.ler, ct als., Boad Surveyors under the alternative road method, j Judge Suiith took time to consider the several points arising in the case. ; Therefore the injunction staying all proceedings of rouil surveyors under, the alternative road system is still in force, and nothing can bo done with j the roads until after next October, unless the people determine to do away with the system at the election on the 8th day of next month. We understand that W. W. Brown, a young lawyer of Winfield, and well known in this county, died last Friday from an over dose of lauda num, and was buried at Buflalo Sun day. We were unable to learn whether the drug mentioned was ta ken through mistake or not, there Iteing a diversity of opinion upon the subject. If'you want anything in Paint's, the rakn to interview on the subject, is undoubtedly A. C. VasGii.der. (jo and sec "how it is yourself.' We saw a fellow going down Main afreet yesterday who must have got hold of some stroug beer somewhere; he seemed to be trying to sec how n*4r he could come to walking along the pavement without falling off in to the gutter. He made it all right for about three or four rods, and then pitched headlong into the street. He got up and made any excuse to the crowd by saying that he was sub ject to dirtiness in the head, but it appeared to be as bud in his legs as anywhere else. The almanac makers arc getting more liberal. They have not reduced the price of their calendars, but they have put in an extra new moon for August-??n<"Vin tho 1st and the other on the 13th. This is the most moons they have given for the money since the panic.of MS* Hut wearoinform ri that any man can sue two moons atone time, almost any month, if he is mr full as tho moon. PlUN(IF.l).?There has bceniichange in the proprietorship of the Jackson Ifonocrat, Mr. L. C. Saylcs drawing out, and Mr. C. M. Whnlcy going in. We winh otir young friend success in his undertaking. The paper is now owned and edited by the Whuley Hrothorc. We see by the Mason County Jour nil thnt the "Grest Western Deline ators," who gave three entertain Wfnts nt Keltic's Hall in this place, ?*veral weeks ago, have re-organized, fcndiirc to entertain our Hartford ' it." frauds [.oon. Union District, April 14th, 1875. Roasted Ai.ivb.?Yesterday at I noort while in the act of kindling a (ire preparatory to getting dinner, Harriet Moss, a niece of the Aylstock sisters, nged nineteen yearn, in some wiiv ignited her clothing, which on the instant became one sheet of flame, litterully roasting her alive, though she lingered in greatest agony until the early evening when her spirit took its departure, to join the almost innumerable hosts, that have gone before through the same agency. It should be a terrible warning to oth ers, and induce to greater precaution, but we fear that the. end of such hor rible, and most revolting deaths will not diminish on account of such warnings. Win. Johnson, on old and much respected citizens of this District died on Sunday last and was buried on the day following. L. PemonaI..?Through a letter re ceived by Dr. Barbee, of this city, from Dr. Reuben A. Vance, of -Oalli [Hilis, who has been for several weeks so extremely ill, we are indeed gratified to be nble to announce tu the many friends and admirers of Dr. V. that he is slowly and surely convalescing, so much so us to be able to drive about the city. We sincerely hope that the Dr. may soon bo able to resume his professional labors in our midst. George Moore, Esq., we are gratifi ed to chronicle, has so far convalesc ed as to be able to walk around and about his house. We hope soon to see the old gentleman at his neph ew's, Judge Moore's in this city. D. 9. Van Matrc, qualified at the late term of the Circuit Court as un Attorney at Law, and we understand that he intends opening an oflice in this city. Success to you, Sam. Spei.i.ino Match.?The spelling match ut the M. E. Church on Mon day evening, was a pleasant affair, although it was not as woll attended j as we hoped. Mr. I). Snyder spelled ! down the whole school, and won the i prize?a copy of the Reg'vter for one | year?which he presented to Mrs. J. Ilill, she being liis last competitor.? Next Monday night a Primary Dic tionary is offered to the best speller, and a spelling book to the poorest.? j We do not aspire to the first prize at all, btit are confident of winning the last one. _ The Point Pleasant Temperance i Association, met in the Old I'resby- j terian church on Tuesday night, 13th j inst., with quite a good attendance, j Six new names were enrolled. The Constitution and lly-Laws were re ceived as proposed by the committee and after amendments, adopted.? Several persons addressed the asso ciation. The next meeting will be held in the other Presbyterian church on the 4th Tuesday, (27th inst.,) at "A 1*. M. Miss Ollie II. Sisson was appointed essayist and l)r.S. U.Lane speaker for next meeting. All the. friends of Temperance in our place are invited to be present. Skcretaky. Foui.-Pi.ay.?We are informed that a house and man was burned up in Mercer's Bottom, on the 16tli inst.? It seems a party had been playing cards together in the house, and left, and afterwards it was found the house was burned to ashes and also John Ford, one of the card party. Suspi cion of foul-play, and the matter is undergoing investigation by Justice Wallis. We learned from passengers on the Julia last Monday, that Peter ltuff ington, an old and highly esteemed citizen of Cabell county is dead. We could get none of the particulars of his death. The new house of W. J. Bryan, on Main street is rapidly approaching completion, and presents a neat ap pearance to the eye. Circuit Court adjourned at half past 11 o'clock last Saturday night, and the "big judge" started for his home in Ravenswood, the next day on the Andes. The injunction against the Valley City Salt Company was dissolved by Judge Smith, last week. The next thing in order for Point Pleasant is the meeting of the State Medical Society during the ensuing month of May. Point Pleasant girls always read the "weather probabilities." They want to see how the weather will be on Sunday night, and carry in coal accordingly. Pierce's Family Medicines, Clark's Anti-bilious Compound, for salo at the Point Pleasant Durg Store, Jos. 8. Mim.kii, Sup't. flcorge Martin, we understand pro mises to erect a two story brick bouse the coining season upon his lot on the west side of Main street, next door to Young's blacksmith shop. The first i story will be for a store room, and the upper story for ofilcos. SpELMNG-SciiortL.?We lire request ed td announce that a spelling school will be orgunized at the Old Presby terian Church next Friday evening, to be under the management of the lady members of that church. Carpets.?We direct tho especial attention of our readers to the adver tisement of Mr. George W. Cox, Gal lipolis, Ohio, in this issue. He has n \6ry large stock of carpets, d'c.,. on hand, which ho is offering at low fig ures. Ifyouarein wantofanvthing of the kind, give him a call. The mud is drying up rapidly, and consequently tho county roads are beginning to be more passuble for ve il jelcH. Impoutant.?Mr. George W. Sets zcr, of the firm of Setszer, Sehon A McCulloch, has just returned from the East, with a large stock of dry goods, Ac. Give them a call. Charleston talks of building a bridge across the Kanawha to con nect that city with the railroad de pot. The Medical Association of Mason county meets at the church near lion. .John Hall's, in the Flats, on 7th of next month. Our people, are now actively en gaged this 22d day of April, 1875 making the necessary preliminaries to gardening?their former attempts of this season having been blighted by<"Jack Frost." The State Teacher's Association meets in I'oint Pleasant, in August next. "Anchor" White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes, and Brushes of all kinds, for sale at tho Point Pleasant Drug Store, Jos. S. Mili.kk, Sup't [Reported for the Register.] Prwilijlerj' of Wont Virginia. The Presbytery of West Virginia met in tliis city on the evening of the Otli inst., in the First Presbyterian Church, (Rev. Dr. J.nne's) nml was opened with a sermon by the retiring Moderator, Rev. Samuel (Ira ham, of Kewburgh. The attendance was large and the sermon very impressive. At the close of religions services, Rev. llenrv G. Blarney, of Elizabeth, was elect ed Moderator, ami John Claypool, of Char leston and John Thompson of 1'arkersburg were elected temporary Clerks. The usual Committee on Doctrinal Expe rience wus appointed, when the morning was set apart for prayer from 0 o'clock un til the hour of business. The James if. Flunnigan, of Grafton, was announced to preach on the evening of Saturday anil Rev. .Mr. Rlemey on .Sab bath morning, when the Sacrament of the Lord's .Supper was administered, to which all christians were invited by the I'astor of (lie Church and also by the Moderator of Presbytery. We noticed that the body seats of the house wore well tilled and all the services were not only solemn but delightful. The sermon was unusually instructive and was listened to with the greatest attention, as was also the case upon the evening previ ous. We all went away feeling that "it were good to be there." Ill the evening Rev. Dr. Richards, of Charleston, and the Rev. John II. Reed, of Sistersville, preached respectively in the First Presbyterian Church, and M. E. Church, to large audiences. We had the pleasure of listening to Dr. Richards, and thought we never heard him do so well. The appearance of the audi ence was certainly inspiring as well as the the theme "The Christian as spiritual to Angels ns well as men." Appointments were also mmlo for the M. E. Church, South, and for the M. E. Church, (colored.) The Presbytery adjourned to meet nt Pnrkersburg Calvary Church, 011 First Tuesday in May at 10 o'clock A. >1. The regular meeting in the tall to bo held at Clarksburg on the eve of the assembling of the .Synod of Pittsburgh. The business meeting of this I'resbytcrv was marked by despatch and great harmo ny of sentiment and purpose. We felt that a bund of Christian brothers had met to gether to do work for our great Master whose spirit seemed to pcrvndeovery heart und wish. I am confident that could our brethren of another Presbytery, now at tended, but convened for the same great purpose, not far nwny, have looked in upon us, our mutual love, once the pride of our church, would have led us to closer rela tions, and relations which 110 power out side could ever have broken again. The action of our Committee at Balti more was not discussed in open Presbyte ry, but the almost, if not quite unanimous feeling was, that, although our "consolida ted Church," in Assembly at llaltimore, in 1874, hail said and done all that was deem ed necessary, and had, previous to this used almost thu identical language, the ad option of which the Southern Coinmitteo declaro would result in a settlement of all difficulties, while we can but respect our Committee under the peculiar circumstan ces for their cautious action. We now hope the General Assembly to bo convened at Cleveland, Ohio, will adopt the very lan guage proposed by l)r. Rrown. The Gen eral Assembly can do in this respect what our committee could not do so well. We fully agree with the Itov. Dr. Lyon in re gard to this matter. The Deports from churches wore nil of the most encouraging character, show ing great increase and prosperity. The Synod of Pittsburgh was unanimous ly overtured to change the name of tho Presbytery from "West Virginia," to that of "Kanawha," as tho bounds of the Pres bytery do not embrace the entire State. The Rev. Dr. Scott, of the University nt Morgnntown, was appointed Commissioner to the General Assembly at Cleveland, 0. | I ? Tin' ulated < tort of the Prenliytery was directed to forward to you ami alao to the j Presbyterian Church, South in Point Plea ; snnt, the action taken in reference to the I ovcftaro wgned by W. E Hill and others j relating to the property of tho firat Pres byterian Church, 4c. It wan unanimously voted that tho oflico of Elder in Church remain as it now it. After the usual vote of thanks to the j>eo ple for tiieir kind and generous hospitality, which was taken by a spontaneous rising of every member of tho Presbytery, it (id journed with prayer by the Moderator, and in the midst of many a hearty regret at so early a separation. Yours, 4c., ? Point I'lcHMiint Market. Hut ail Flock Makkkt. A flour per barrel tfl 75; XXX fl 00; XX 5 80, hnekwheat per 100 lbs., $5 00. Itnm per 100 lbs. $1 00; shorts do. 1 25; mid dlings do. 1 40; screanings do. 1 00; Corn Meal, 80c. per bushel. WHEAT?White per bush. $1 10; Xo. 1 I ted 1 (X). CORN?In good demand nt fit) ets. per bushel. Oats command 50 cents per bush.; and Buckwheat 7&jW0c per bushel. Cincinnati Murkct. Cincinnati, April 12, 1875. Fuiun.?1There is little change in the tone of the market, and the transactions are light, only small lots selling at previous prices. Fancy flour brings $5 5(lft (1 50 in small lots. Family is steady at $510ft.5 15, anil extra at $4 85?5 0(5. Superfine is scarce and firm at $4 10ftA 25, and low grades at $3 85?4 10. Sprite vlieut Hour is offered at $5 lOft>"> :10. Wheat.?The market is quiet, with only moderate offerings uf good *'> choice winter red, by sample, at $1 14@1 Iti, and buyer# bidding two cent* less. Hill wheat is scarce, but tliere is little demand at #1 IS fir I 18, and white at $1 20? 1 25 for good to choice. Cons.?Is dull ami easier. Ear sold at 70@73c. on track, chiefly at the latter fig ure. Shelled is held at 7IIc. ill elevator, but is not salable readily at over 71c. Oats.?Are steady, with a moderate local demand at for good to prime mix ed, and ti4@60c. for white in elevator or in sacks on arrival. Hav.?The market is well supplied, but the demand is fair and prices are steady. We quote prime loose pressed timothv at $22 00ft}2:i 00, tight do. at Sl? 00@21 00, and lower grades at $14 00@18 00 per ton in bales ou arrival. hii.ij?:rv ?ooun. ATTENTION! LADIES! MISSES L. M. & M. B. JONES, MILLINERS, ANI) Dress and Cloak Makers, POI.XT PLEASANT, II'. I I., rpiIK attention of Indies is directed (o the JL fact tiiut we are prepared todoullkimls of work in our line on short notice and at reasonable prices and in the most fashion able styles. Ladies' underclothing made to order. Also at our store room, will be found a superior assortment of the Intest ctylcs of Hats and Bonnets, Dress Trimmings, Flowers, Itibbnns, Feath ers, Hushes, etc., to which we invite par ticular attention. [oct; 29, 1874-ly. MILLINERY; STORE! MRS. M. A. SEAMOX, CAI.LS the attention of ladies to her new stock of Millinery;Goods. With great care nhe has selected her present stock and flatters herself that she can please the most fastidious. Prices as low as the lowest.? Particular attention given to hair work and straw work. Her friends arc invited to give her a call. Hooin adjoining Vantiilder's Drug Store. [april 15-3m. N EW ADVERTISEMENTS. X. F. mKXAM'H TURBINE WATER WHEEL Whh seleeted, 4 years ago and put to work in the IT. S. Patent Office, I>. <!., and has proved to be the bent. 10 sizes made. l*riee? lower than any otlier tirst-clasH Wheel. Pamphlet free.? Address X. F. KUKXHAM, Yobk, Pa. <JV7K^ WKEli. to Agents to sell an ur '11) I Oticle ?<$kabtf a* Jlaur. Profits im mensc. Package free. Address BUCK EYE MT'G CO.. Marion, Ohio. nLOSING Ol'T saiTe of nursery Vj STOCK.?Having determined to clow* out our extensive stock this soring, we will sell at the following extremely low rates, thus enabling all to procure a supply of su jierior trees. Parties by clubbing together can thus procure their irees of us on bet ter terms than the Grangers can anywhere else: Apple Trees, 4 5'rs. old?1Qfor Si, SH per 100, $70 per 1000; 2 vrs., tine, 15 for $1, $5 per 100, $45 per 1000; 1 vr., 8 to 24 inch es, $4 per 100, per 1000. * Pearlies, Pears. Cherries,Shropshire Damson Plums, Straw berries, Evergreens, Larches, &c. For cir cular and price list, address JAMKS ED OEKTOX, Harnesville, O. Geo. P. Howell & Co., conduct an Agency for reception of adver tisements for American.Nf.wspai'KRh?the moat complete establishment of the kind in the world. Six thousand NK\vsFAi'i:rts are kept regularly on file, open to inspection ty* customers. Every Advertisement is taken at the home price of the paper, with out additional charge or commission. An advertiser in dealing with the Agency, is saved trouble and correspondence, making one contract instead of a dozen, a hundred or a thousand. A Hook of eighty pages, containing lists of best papers, largest cir culations, religious, agricultural, class, po litical, daily and country papers, and all publications which are specially valuable to advertisers, with some information about prieos, is went I'HKF to any address on application. Persons at a distance wishing to make contracts for advertising in any town, city, county, State or Territory of the United States, or any portion of the Do minion <?f Canada, may send a concise statement of what thev want, together with a copy of the Advertisement they de sire inserted, ami will receive information bv return mail which will enable them to decide whether to increase or reduce the order. For such information there is no charge. Orders are taken for a single pa per as well as for a list; for a single dollar as readily as for a larger sum. Ofllces? Times Building? 41 Park Row, IT. Y. she I why Scott's I.Ivor I'ills are REASON I liked the best Is: they do more good, and don't siclteuor gripe like other pills. WKKK guaranteed to Male and I | Kemnlc .Vents, In their locality, - Costs NOTHING totrvit. Particulars free. I', ti. VK'KEUY A; CO., Augusta, Mc. DRUG STORES. A. C. Van GILDER, Point Pleasant, W. V. DEALER IN Pure Drugs, BXodlcines and Chemicals; Paints, Oils, Varnishes, JJYE STUFFS; Confectionery; Toilet and Taney Goods, Poribmcry, Soaps, Brushes, SPONGES, LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS, <fcC. A LARGE AND Complete Stock --OF Tobacco anrl Cigars COXSTAXTY OX HAND. < HoTParticnlar attention paid to Physi cian^ Prescriptions. inch 12,74-1 y. JUST EECEIVED AT TBS Point Pleasant DRUG STORE Joseph S. Miller, Sup't, A Fresh Lot of Drugs Patent Medicines, Paints,! Oils, Soaps, Perfumery, &c., Which willjbe sold CHEAP for CASH! A nice lot of CHEWING TOBACCO, 1>otli I'lug and Fine Cut. CIO J IIS, SXUFF <t! GEXUIXE j WHEELIXG STOGIES. Wo keep everything usually found in a First Class Drug Store! Call and See. jun<! 12-ly. -U - GALLIPOLIS AD VEHTISEMEXTS. \ s. GOET5K Grocery and Wine House, | Corner (irnpc mid Third Mm. GALLIPOLIS. OHIO. DKALEK IS AI.I. KINDS or Family Groceries, and Produce. Puvh highest market prices for butter, eggs and family produce, now 20,1874-Gm. J. J. CADOT & BRO^r WHOLESALE GROCERS, AND DEALFJM IS Foreign & Domestic Liqours, j AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, (irnuc SQUARE,) GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. may 14-y. WILL C7 HAYWARD, DEMF.ll IX CARPETS, OILCLOTHS,! Window Shades, Wall Paper, OvAI. AND SqUAIIK I'lCTURK FlIAMEH AMI IIoi'hk Furnishing Goods. olidkiw JDK UNDERTAKING, will rocolve prompt attention. METAUC AND WOOD COFFINS AND Shrouds &c., &c., constantly on haiul. Cor. State & Tlilnl St*., sept 10-ly QALLirOLIS, OHIO. Gallipolis Book Store! S. Y. AWSSON, (SuccoHHorto Wa.iHdii & Kennedy,) dralrr IN BOOKS mid Clonornl Stationery, AVAiiL PAP KItS, PICTURES, Ci'Ofjuctt Setts, A'v., AV? (JALMI'OMS, OHIO. uug. I, 1871.-ly DRY GOODS, ETC. Look! Here! Just Received AT THE BRICK STORE ?men THE MONEY VAVXO DIRECT FROM NEWYORKCITY! Setszer, Sehon & McCulloch, TAKE PLEASURE IX INFORMING THEIR OLD CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC! GENERALLY, THAT TI1EY HAVE MOVED JNTO THEIR NEW AND COMMODIOUS STORE HOUSE ON THE CORNER OF Main & First Streets, And they have jtmt received Iroin the East ern Cities, the Mo?t complo utoi'k of DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, jTEIMIUGS, &C., -FOB. FALL AND WINTER, Thov have over offered their counters, and to which the nttention ol buyers is directed. ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF LA DIES' MISSES' GENTS' BOOTS and SHOES. A FULL STOCK OF HATS and GAPS, Notions, &c. Their stock of Dry Goods is complete. And having anticipated the wants of ladies, they have a full line of DRESS GOODS AND TRIMINGS, selected with great cure and of the very latest styles. They have also a full stock of GROCERIES, Queensware, Hardware, Flows, Nails, Glass-ware, Glass Fruit Jars, Lamps, Carbon Oil. Paints, Oils, Soaps, Perfumery, Mcdicines, and Notions, Generally. Call and evamlno theis goods. sept, '.'ti-ly. WM. SMITH, OPPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, VEAL EH IS HATS, CAPS, Boots and Shoes, SCHOOLBOOKS & STATIONERY and a general stock of HARDWARE, NAILS, GLASS, ?kC. oet. 0, 1873-tf. G. II. IIAHPER, WITH BEOSIU6 & CO., IMPOBTEH8 Of Notions, Whit Good s, Ribbons, Shawls, die., No. 315 West Baltimore Street, BALTIMORE, Md. marclt 10,1874?ly.* MISCELLANEOUS. OTT, HALL & CO. [Succcmrt to Oil, Son it* Co.) Importer* mid Jobber* of HARDWARE, Saddlery Hardware, Agents For Fairbanks' Scalcs, 1200 Main Srcet, m ih:i:m.\g, w.va. innr 18-3m. TAKK XITH'UI A IX parties are hereby forbidden, (with nut my consent,) to tre**|>HMMi|H>n my lands, by entering inv orchard*, hunting, Ashing, nutting, ilrlfllng, or In any other mamiertvhntcvor, as 1 will enforce the law tn ils fullest extent against trespassing. .IOIIN WINKI I'Y. nng. JO, 1S7 l-tf. MERCHANT TAILORS. SPRING & SUMMER! A. E. BIOKEL, Merchant Tailor, And Scaler in CLOTHING, Cob. Main A Market SrRErrs, Point Pleasant, West Va., Respectfully call the attics tion of the public generally to his new, extensive and curelully selected stock of CX.OTH8, OAIIIKBUI, vesttoos, ruRwisHxztro goods, rZNB shuts, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, T1ICS, COL LARS, TRUNKS, YAUSES, AC. Also II good stock of DRY GOODS BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, XOTIOSS, it'e., dr., Always on lianil at VERY LOW FIGURES He asks a fnir share of the public patron age, as ho fecla that ho ran render entire satisfaction. A. E. BICKKL. fob. 13, 73-ly. Cheaper Than Ever! FALL & WINTER GOODS AT THE NEW CLOTHING HOUSE! JOHN 6. STORTZ, Respectfully informs the citizens of Point Pleasant nnd vicinity, tlmt he has just opened out an entire new stock of Goods in iiis store room, west side Main Street, near Court House, where will ho found all the latest styles of Cloths, Cassi mert'8, Vesting, and Furnishing Goods, also a well selected stock of Men and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Ac. Suits made to order. Give uie a call. inch 20-lv. GROCERIES & PRODUCE. JAMES H.HOLLOWAY, SEALERTO STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES ^Vnd Provisions, Tobaccos and Cigars, And nil other articles usually kept in a First Class Grocery; Winch will be sold at living prices for CASH. 86TCORNER MAIN A SIXTH STREETS, " NEAR COURT HOUSE, POINT I'LEAS ANT, WEST YA."?a apr. 24-ly. J. II. holloway. Best Quality! Lowest Prices! J. W. Bryan Staple and Fancy Groceries, ALSO FLOUR, MOIL, BACON, LARD, Dried, Green and Cannpd Fruits, Vegetables', &c. Main Street, POINT PLEASANT, W. #A. MO\..Thc highest market pricA paid in cash or trade for all kinds of Oount.v pro duce. iijiril lH-Jy Grocery and Bakery! PAUL VOLLERT, TAKES PLEASURE in informing tlm citizens of Point Pleasiintand vicinity, tliat lie has just received a now stock i>f Groceries, Candies, and all other goods in liis line, "which he is'prepared to sell as cheap as the cheapest. There is also connected with his store a first clahs BAKERY, where will he kept constantly on hand, FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, AC. Orders to furnish 'serial pMrties prompt ly attended to. FAMILY FLOUR. Tho beat brands of Family Flour alwny* on hand And for maIo either bv tho nmall or barrel. PAUL VOLLERT. jiin. 6-ly. Robert Wilson, PROPRIETOR OF EAGLE FLOUR MILLS! RESPECTFULLY informs the rltlxcnn of Point Pleasant and KtllTOundlnj? p??uti try, that he in prenared.fo .furnish a very superior nrtielo of flour at low prices.? Farmer* will And my fneUticii for Custom Grinding, hotter than that of'anv Mill in thin hoc!ion. When desired, we cxolinnne flour for \\ heat, and Men! for porn. We ask a liberal shnro of the patronage. HIGHEST MA It It KT PRICK will be paid for Corn, Wheal. Hnekwhent and Uye. [July 10-ly