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The Weekly Register
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UrNTiNiTos.?We made a (lying
tiip to Huntington lust Sunday ev
ening, returning Monday night.?
While in the city we visited Hro.
Dennett, of the Ade'erliter, io whom
wo imparted a feiv lessons on ''What
we know about publishing n county
newspaper." We are glad to say
that Hro. Bennett is making a good
paper, and that his paper is coming
up to his expectations, financially.
Called 6n Hro. Gibson of the Com
wrivial, and found the whole concern
cheerful and happy, because of the
renewed assurance that Bro. Ciibson
would be retained as Postmaster, not
w ithstanding tho strong influence at
work to remove him. But few edi
tors have a 81500 post-office to help
Spent a good ileal of our time at
llarmison it Co's., whom we found
shoving off lots of gooils, anil gel
ting the cash. To Messrs. Andy]
.lack and 1!. ('. McCiiUoUgh, of this
firm, we return thanks for the many
special favors shown us. To Mr.
Me. especially, for those transparent
Had a "big talk" with Judge ('.
W. Smith, at his office, lie is lis
Uadieal as ever, and never loses an
opportunity to dig a Democrat in
the ribs, lie feels confident that
Huntington is going to be a large
city, in the not vei v far future.
Had a chat with Speaker Eustis
(iibson, but "nary" a word did he
utter about that "extra session" of
tho Legislature, frouMvhich we con
eluded that the project had "busted."'
Called on our old friend, Kov. J.
Wesley Webb, but found that he was
absent, iu the mountains of Logan,
tilling his appointments, so we did
not have the pleasure of a ehat with
Went to see Mr. Robert Wilson at
Ids Mill; found him nearly recovered
from the effects of his late accident,
lie informed us that he was doing
very well with his Mill.
Ilailroad officials iuformed us that
tl.eC. it. <>. R. II. is hardly ablo to
carry the freight that is now offered
it from the West, and that the Com
pany needed at least 1,(XX)additional
freight cars to ./^commodate the
freight now lying at Huntington to
!><? shipped to tide-water.
Huntington is improving some,
at this tune. The prospect in the
spring for many buildings to bo er
<vted is vorv Mattering indeed. Near
ly every man you meet wears a
much more cheerful face than ho did
?a year ago.
\ :ti? Matre'sLiterary UulUtin is out.
3t makes a very creditablo appear
ance. We liopo it may grotv in di
mensions, and ultliough published
free., be a sotirco of financiul comfort
'o the uditor, l?y directing attention
'?Ids teik store.
We have noiv n largo stock of en
velopes and stationery on band, and
?we prepared In print tliom up at
the ."holiest notice, and as cheap as
Ih"_y are done anywhere. Send us
Weave constantly .receiving or
ders fur printing from u distance.
The reputation of our officii for doing
line work is becoming a household
wold. Ik'skles pcoplo are astonished
at our low prices.
Kuvclnpe* furnished anil printed
"I this oflioe from 8!I pur 1(KK) up.
IHI1 lleadn from PI pur 10((0 up,
I.' tier heads from $3 per 1000 up.
''"?iter printing done at special rates.
The County Court has ordered the
?Surveyor to put up a hand rail*
ing on Ten Milo Ilridge, just Iwlowl
t Columbia. '
Tbe following additional reports!
from tbe Graded School, is made to
supplement tho one of last week:
It is earnestly desired by the Prin
cipal that all all scholars who intend
to enter this department, should ro
port for duty promptly, on the very
first day of tbe next term, which is
Tho first term of one scholastic
year, euds in tho Graded School,
Prizes will be &ivon at the end of
the injKsiyn, Ut the 3rd thut stands
highest in the school..
Reward cards will be given at the
end of- cach month, to each soholar
who 1C been neither tardy nor ab
sent and "'and* perfect on con
duct. A prize ?'m Le Bivon ftt tho
end of the session, J'10*0 w'10 'iave
the higlicst number 01 *uc'1 cart'8'
The following persons received
the maximum for the month, ending
November 16th, 1S77:
Natural Philosoph y?Fan Jiifc
Shrewsbury, Fannie Stovens, An
nie L. Young, Fannio Smith, L. F.
Fry, R. L. Hutchinson.
Geography?Liliio Cole, Mary Mil
ler, Annie L. Young,
\V. E. IIii.i., Principal.
A Gentle Hint.?In our style of
climate, with its sudden changes of
temperature,?rain, wind and nun
shine often intermingled in asingle
day,?it is no wonder that our chil
dren, friends and relatives ure so
frequently taken from us by neglecl
ed colds, half tho deaths resulting
directly from this cause. A bottle of
Boschcc's German Syrup kept about
your home for iuimodiato use will
prevent serious sickness, a large doc
tor's bill, and perhaps death, by the
uso of three or four doses* For cur
ing Consumption, Hemorrhages,
Pneumonia, Severe Coughs, Croupor
any disease of the Throat or Lungs,
its success is simply wonderful, as
your druggist will tell you. German
Syrup is now sold in every town and
village on this continent. Sample
bottles for trial, lO.c; regularsize, 75c.
For salo by Point Pleasant, Drug
Store, Jos. S. Miller, Supt.
Tin: Market.?Flovii?Flour it
steady at the following quotations:?
SG.50 to 87.50.
Grain.?Wheat is quoted at from
?SI. 10 to $1.25.
Corn commands 85 ets. pur bushel,
for new ami -10 for old.
Oats are scarce and are quoted j
at 25 cts. per bushel.
Meal.?Corn Meal is selling from
00 to 05 cts. ]>er bushel.
UCTTEIl AND Eggs.?Jiuttcr 20 elf.
per pound for choice. Eggs 15 cts.
Potatoes are selling at 25 and 30
cents per bushel.
We are under obligations to the
"Andes" Saloon for a bottle of ehatn
paigne, presented this ollicc last Fri
day. It was opened and drained in
short meter. The boys pronounced
it good. We being a Murphy(?)
could not ta.ite it. While we do not
like to advise people to drink, yet
wc know there are a number who
do, and to such this nrticlo is address
ed, and say to them that when "dry"
they will find the "Andes" just the
place to quench their thirst. Noth
ing but the pure "truck" is kept at
this Saloon. John 11. Selbc is the
.Superintendent. Give hiw a call.
The W. 1'. Thompson is a good
boat to travel on. She is command
ed hv C'apt. John Thornburg; and be
ing a home institution ought to re
ceive the entiro patronago of our
people. When you want to go to
Cincinnati, or ship freight there,
always take the Thompson. She
passes down from Kanawha every
Sunday evening, about A o'clock.
Tho next meeting of the Mason
County I'ornona Grange will bo held
in Leon, on Thursday, December 27,
at 10 o'clock, a. in. lly order of the
Executive Committee, tho election
of officers will be held at that time.
It is also ordered that n full attend
ance of the stock-holders of the co
operative store bo present for the
purpose of organization.
? A. R Alexander,
A. \V. Rom,ins.
[Monitor please copy.]
He v. S. K. Vuught is announced
to preach in tho Upper Presbytorian
Church, next Sabbath morning.?
The Lccturo at night will bo by the
Pastor?continued from last time
on tho fcamo subject?Eve and her
times. Some phases of "Woman's
Hights" will bo divulged.
Last Saturday, Messrs. Van New
man, John L. Sobrell and II. 0. Hog
gess, shipped from this place on the
Ohio No. ?!, for Cincinnati 75 head of
live hogs, their uvorago weight bo
ing l!""> pounds.
11 haw Hi*'.?Mr. Thos. Eckard,
sold to Mr. Canndy, one day last
wook a hog that weighed 043 pounds
net. This is said to bo tho largost
porkor ovor lold In this market. |
Who cult beat it'.' '
Peiwosau?Mr. Jaines Capobart
and family left Monday for Jackson
ville, Florida, where they expect to
remain for several months. Hope
thuy may have a pleasant trip and a
safe return home.
Judgo Mooro has returned to Wheel
ing/his daughter having recovered
sufficiently to permit him to return
to his duties upon the Supreme
Mr. P. 0. Harmison gave us a call
Win. L. Uuffner has returned from
the mountains, where be had been
I bear hunting. #
Judge Van Matre bus gone to Cin
i cinnati again, after auother big stock
I of goods. Pie can't jet them as fast
us lie sells them.
D. W; Polsley, Esq. left forCharles
ton, on Sunday evening lust.
Ilnrlford City Iteui*.
Messrs. Congo and Wetzel are
driving the work on Mr. Persiuger's
Mu<,,r Brown hus put up a pair of
Fair^ank '* lin.v 8caies for 'lls own
Mr. Josep.': Rob""011 Is Putt,llS ?
collar wall under hi? .,lw?llinB bou8c'
Mr. Peters baptizbd n.'ie persons
here, in the river, on 6iiul.'vJ'> am'
as wo contemplated the scene ,vo
wondered why God has made jt t- "1
much harder for some people to gct|
to heaven than others? But is it so,
that baptism by immersion, is the
only scriptural mode?
The organization of the Literary
Society was postponed for another
week 011 the account that every
night of this week was taken up by
proaching or Society meetings.
The Rev. Mr. Crossfield preached
in tho M. E. Church 011 Sunday
evening. Subject "Noah's Flood."
The Rev. gentleman advanced some
strange arguments to prove that
such an event did occur. Wo thought
it might be quite as advantageous to
the cause, however, if clergymen
would say as little as possible upon
tlieso muted and unsettled questions
of the Bible. For it does seem that
the more they try to prove them, the
denser the clouds become, and the
uncertainty still increases.
Eggs'are very scarce in our mar
ket and are demanding 20 cents per
Mr. C. Harpold is talking of goir.g
South to spend tho winter, wliiit his
business is we cannot say. J.
Butchering is the order of tho day.
Sonic of our neighbors have tine,
large hog-', notwithstanding the
scarcity of corn. We heard that Mr.
Ira Helton, killed a hog that netted
oSO pounds. How is that for "high?"
Rev. J. II. Cupp, of New Ilaven,
began a scries of meetings at the
Presbyterian church on last Thurs
day, and closed yesterday with only
two accessions to the church. The
revival meeting at Union church,
that was mentioned in my last letter,
closed on Thursday evening, last.
It had been protracted for nearly
four weeks. There were eleven ac
cessions to the church. During this
meeting, Rev. Wm. Weekly, did a
great deal of pastoral work. And I
do think that all christian ministers
ought to condescend to visit the laity
once in a while, and talk and pray
Our school is full to overflowing.
About twenty who do not reside in
this sub-district, urc in attcndanco.
This state of affairs is causing some
trouble. Our Boards of Education
ought to sec that enough of suitable
school houses ure provided for all, so
that the just rights of no school will
be imposed upon, by children coming
from othor Districts. Let tho trus
tees bo active and decido in behalf
of our own interests.
Those now steps at tho door of our
school-house, were not put tlierc be*
foro they were needed.
If you travel the road leading from
this place to Now Haven, you will
take notice in particular that Mr.
I). Elliott, has erected a very neat
I dwelling house, which adds greatly
to tho appearance of tho premises.
1 wonder what has bccomn of Lack
pennyl Surely wo have had an "aw
ful sight" of weather since Thanks
giving mom. Stir him up nnd soe
[how ho slings his pen when the
Thermometer stands only a few de
grees above zero. ?
Dkai).?Wo are pained to an
nounce the death of Mr. John Kck
urd, of I.ewis District, which occur
red December 9th. Ho was in hid
8-1 tli year, lie- was born in Shonan
douli county, \*n., and movod to tliin
county in 1805, iind lmd a continual
residence here until his dentil. Ho
whs a soldier in the army of 1812.?
Ho has iicun n mcmhor in good
standing in tlin U. 11. Church for 23
years, llo was much beloved by- nil
who know him; and lonvos a largo
number of relatives to mourn hli
Beautiful weatl ii;i
County Court axljourKi'last Fri
day morning. ' '' x
We arc informed ? yellow, rabbit
was killed near this place hut week.
Won't our [nitrous come'in and
give us h littl.? money forChrjetmas?
Butter 20 ecu is a pound in tliis
placo, and oggs 20 cents per dozen.
Next term of County Court, Mon
day, December 17th. This will be a
fiscal term. J" ?>v-'"'l.j??
Above proof carbon oil?known us
"Head Light"_oil?at Setszer, Sehon
& McCulloeh's. '???
We are to have forty-five snows
this wintor, "thoy jay." "They"
hit it pretty good last year.
A crossing is to be put down on
the corner of First and Decatur
Rural debating societies are or
ganizing for the winter, and the
young folks are hurrying uji "Pap"
to repair tho jolly old sleigh? ?
The display of candies, nut's, dfce.,
in the storo windows is ? sure sign
of better time?,?fur tho little ones.
Santa Clttus is coming, little folks,
i What do you want him to bringy;>u?
Lt '? U? know and and we will put it
it; our 1,0x1 PaPeT- 'Then Santa
Clans will see
Accident.?^ 'l6y. jr., on
Saturday last v. hile b'cPP'n8 ""
porch at Dr. Barbes's i,.^ce' f!'PP?<l
and sprained liis left a:ikle.
One of tho largest and bt.*t
of goods in town will bo found ai*
Setszer, Sehon & McCullochV,.and a' I
cheap as tho same class Of goods can j
be sold anywhoro.
A very large and a very fine as
sortment of Christmas candies, iStc.,
will be found at LambrechtV, the
Baker. Give him a call.
The farmers in the upper end of
the county Seem to bo badly troubled
with the Pomeroy and Middle port
gunnors. I'ut the law in force
against a few of them, and the nui
sance will be abated.
Tire cold weather is forcing tramps
to take refuge in the cities. Wheel
ing is being overrun with them.
The following marriage liconscs
have been issued during the past
week:?James M. Hensley to Mag
gio A. Hall; .Matjaaa ?hflndler to
Mary A. Ilolley.
Tlio Philadelphia Timet and Now
York Sun insist that John Welsh,
the new Minister to England, is part
owner of u slave estate in Cuba and
hence a slaveholder.
The iron bridge for Tomlinson's
run, near Letart, has arrived, and it
is expected the bridge will bo com
pleted this week.
The Shepherdstown RctjUcr has a
seven year old Durham bull for sale.
Wonder if Zittle got that bull on
Some valuable property is adver
tised at trust sale, in this issue.
Keep your evoon the advertisements,
and you will make money.
Merchants National Bank ot West Yn.)
at Point Pleas iiit, >
December 4th, 1S77. )
rpHE annual meeting ot tfiu Shareholders
X of this Bunk for the eleetion of Direct"
ors, will lie held at their Banking House,
in Point Pleasant, on Tuesday, January
8th, 1878. [dec. (Mid. J
Notice of Warning.
NOTICK is hereby given to all persons
not to credit or harbor mv son Charles
Reuben Persingcr, who left his home with
ont just cause or provocation, as I will
not he responsible (or any debts of his con
tracting. Therefore, all persona are here
by warned against trusting or harboring
him. ANSEL PEItSl.NGKIt,
Clendcnin District, West Va., Nov. 10th,
1877. fduc. Il-4w-pd.
Valuable Stork Tor Sale.
rPII E undersigned has two valuable hone*
1 which lie proponed to fell at a rouncmn
blo nrico, or trtulii tor oxou, or nicu young
cattle, Also ?tine yuinm bull.
? I. V. NEWMAN.
SELI.S tho boot ami purest WIiioh ami
Liquor* o( any Ilnnnu an tho Ohio riv
er. Kemombw flu' ulil Btand, nenr the
Oporn Howie. [nov. N-:ini*.
BAKER ? CONFECTIONER,
POINT l'UUSANT, W. VA.
? Tokos pleasure In Injqrttilng tho cllltoni
o( tlrta place ami vicinity, llmt he I* now
prepared to fufnlnh fro*h bread ami cuke*
on xliort linllcc.
llo will keep candlos, enket, Irullx, mil*
nml In fact everything common to n ('on
foctloneryeatabljihmont. Also, constantly
on hand, fresh broad. Ife will miiko to
ordor Cake* ol every description. It wll
bo his pleararo to plea*0 his customers
und to tliiil nml no ondflavoi* will t)e re
mUM. ' S (Apr, lfl-77 If.
1878. MOJTEY SAVED 1878.
Newspaper Club Agency.
In.present!fc|c ijtr "Club IJ*t" (or 1878
I we would calputk'iition to the rwlured pri
! Oca, ys wl-M.uk to the rnanv oilier imiuee
; ineiitH wbkh'we offer to all who desire to
j mix vionty. We<lo not pro|wwe to offer any
I publication ataxia, whatever other* may
I do; hut we do pro|>ose to furnish tho iiubl!
i catlous in our list for lew money than is
! charged by th? publikhers for single sub
scriptions. SupjKnic you wish ttr 1S78 to
subscribe for Harper's Magazine, t$4), Cen
tral Law Journal, ($)i, Kranlc l^slie'sillus
trated Newspaper, ($J), (jicasons Pictorial,
($2), Peterson's Magazine, ($2), tha lot will
cost von direct, jus^ij",00 ^ind >"du have
besides live letter* to wri^e, fiv%iiioney or
der* to buy, aud five kem-rute risks to'run.
j Now look at oiii prices nulow, ull vt ink for
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I only one letter to write, ono money Order
; to buy, ami your papers mid magazines will
cotne proinjitlv, dimt (rum l/ie publulierf,
I just the same iis if you bad ordered thorn'
j yourself. <
We call riot undertake to "furnish oiiu jmi
ytt published inthe UuiUdSlata"'ul seduced
prices" us some of our brotlicr clublsls do,
tor we know full well it camiot be done
without loss. Fifst, there are many thous
ands, aud next, many of them offef no dis
count to agents or to liny body else; but to
accommodate our patrons, if they want any
paper not found in our list, it may bo iii
cludfia In their onler by giving us'the ad
dress of tho publisher aud remitting the
We do not propose to offer any publica
tion at a low, whatever others' may do.
Our plan is first to acknowledge all remit
tances aud orders, however small, immedi
ately by return mail, and to forward ull
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the next mail after receipt of the order
in order to do this, we aroobliged to charge
our patrons a little uioru than we pay.
Tills (ilaii will, we trust, give much better
satisfaction than to hold on till some ten or
, a dozen subscribes for un individual paper
have accumulated," as is now the practice
of many club agents who offer subscrip
tions so low that they cannot remit for a
single one, without loss?iw registration
fees, money order fees or cost in ('raft is
about the same on one dollar as on Hftcen,
and none of us consider it safe to senu
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as low as any res|>on?iblo agent can afford.
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It is certainly an' uN?-'f '?onu>
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Commercial 1 00
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Detroit Free Press... 2 00
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itazar ?! 00
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The Independent with l're.. .'I 00
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Western Iiurnl 2 00
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Arthur's llomo Magazine....S:' 25
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Atlantic Montly, with lifo
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of any publishing houso; wo pay your
?Kine.v to the publishers, as your ijfcnl,
and tan only be responsible fur any errurs
of our own. ' i
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ,
SANVHIVU, Deli A 1.11 Co.,ILL.
iduuiH Patent, St'lf.fVi'dJnK l'rtw
cr Corn Miellorn rividfcly klimvtt as
the S'undwich Shelters,) ofstewi ni>d capac
ities to suit nil wants. "GHK.VTI.Y 1M
1'ltOVKD THIS 8EAUUN. FA KM HORSE
1*0 WE US of all sizes and most advantage
HAND SHELLERS of ihe highest
grade of excellenco n material and man
ufacture. Send for Illustrated Clroular.
J. P. ADAMS, Secretary.
A sure cure for Torpid liver and all
diseases arising therefrom, Liins, Kidney,
Spine, liladdor. Womb, and all Foinale
Diseases, CHTT?TiS and FDV2ZI, Cos
tiveness, Dyspepsia, Headache. Our
Livor, Lungaud Ayuc Fad, $2.?
' Kidnoy and Spinal Fad, $3. Pad for
Tcmale weakness, $3. We send them
by mail free on receipt of price. Address
E. F. SXYDEJl ii CO., Cineiilnati, Ohio.
FOK PARTfCUJ.ABS ADDREsiS
Wilson Sewing Machine
820 IJrondwity, Xcir York C'ily:
Miioaeo. III.: \?'\v OrlcaiiK, l-a.:
Or Mau FnuiclM'o, Oil.
''I a week hi your own town. Terms
Shi I hikI So outfit free, II. HALTiETT
4 CO. ro.-^'"'.
Mary J. Koines,
The now novel, MiI.l>Itli??, Mrs- Mary
J. Holmes, author of those sjfjendid books
?Edith I.yk?HVW /MICH? 'J,???/"*'
Smuhine?fjna Hirer*?etc.. Is now i'*--"')'
and for sale bvall book-sellers, i'rioe Sl..'0
It is one of the finest novels ever written,
and everybody should read it.
G. Carlcton & Co., Pubs., New York.
Send For lteduced 1'rtco Li*t
XVIasoxi & Hamlin
NEW mid SPLENDID STYLES; l'lll
CliS REDUCED 810 to #30 EACH,
THIS MONTH, (NOV. 1S77.I Address
>IASO\ 6l HAMM\ OltnASi Co..
ItoHlon, .\?? York, or CIiIcuko.
lA C'OA Ilcr ''"J'llt home. Samples
'JtJ 0<?U worth $o free. Stixsox 4
Co., Portland, .Maine.
T?/\D Q A T 1? J" Central und
1 Ull1 OALiJ Western Missouri
und Southern Illinois, at lesa than the im
provements nro north. These pluccshuve
been purchased at forced salts during the
"Imrd times" of past two years. hence I
can afford to sell them at very low pri
ces, i>n time to suit buyers, with moder
ate of interest. Titles perfect, und possess
ion given at any time. Send for full des
criptions, \\ ' F. I.KON AllD, 522
Pine SI.. Nr. 1,1.11 iH. Ho.
WORK FOR ALL
In their own localities, canvassing for the
Fireside Visitor. (enlarged) Weekly
and Monthly. f .urgent Paper in I lie
World, with Mniuuioth Chromos l'ree.
Big Commissions to Agents. Terms and
Outfit Free; Address P. O. Villi
LltT. Aiigtistn, Mil I lie.
(?i 1.) n liny at home. Agents wanted.
0 1 ?j Outfit free. TUTU A CO., Augusta,
A E\trii Fine Mixed Curds. with
4LU name, 10 cts., post paid. L. JONES
A CO., Nassau, N. ^.
dc.MI I I a0rl,ook! startling News.?
Organs, 12 slops $5$. I'iunos only $130,
nut 3650. Cir. Free. 1). F. Iieulty, Wash
ington, New Jersey.
OK MIXED CA^TDSjiii_ncvv"styles, JO
&') els., postpaid. SI'KX KIt A C O.
\aHHttil. X. T.
QnATT?THING NEW AN0 BEAUTIFUL?
OuiVlJj Your photograph all cards
with inline. Send H cents for sample.
Novelty Photo Card Co., Nassau, N. Y.
3IOXTII made selling
JpuUU|hi, Gyroscope or Planetary Tup
Buckeye Stationery Package, Magic Pen
(no iiik required.) Catalogue of Agents
Goods free. Buchoyo Wovolty Co.,
OK ''ftlH'.v Cards, no two alike, with name
CU 10c.. poaltidid. Nassau Caiid Co.,
Nassau, N. Y., lhjx 50.
West Virginia University.
IM77. Morgmitoim. 1K7N.
''pills Institution of learning, under the
1 Presidency of ltev. J. I!. Thompson,
A. M., is entering u|kiii a new era of pros
perity. During the Spring Term just clo
sed, the attendance of students was In
creased over05 percent. It has a large
and Scholarly I'acultyi a beautiful health
ful anil nioia'l location; nmplc Scientific anil
Philosophical Apparatus; a Library con
stantly growing; a curriculum of the most
thorough character; a standard.of scholar
ship sui passed by no American Institution
The Exrsxsts auk m>* than at any
oilier place known to afford equal (idvanta
ges. The Fall Term bcglnsScptunhcroth;
(he Winter Term January M, and Spring
Term March 27th. For' mil Information,
catalogues, Ac., addicuthe President.
jnlv ?'l I v. s-erqtjiri ()J Hiitrnil'-.
WILL C. HAY WARD,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
Window Shades, Wall Vapor,
Oval and Square I'iituu. Fhamik ami
IIovhk FuR.Mam.vu Goods.
will recoivc prompt Attention.
MET ALIO AND WOOD COFFIN'S ANTr
Shrouds &c., &c.,
constantly oil liaml.
i Coti State & Third fcjfc?.,
! tgil 10-ly CiAl.HPOUfr-. Oi l HI.
Cheaper Than Ever!
Fall and Winter Goods!
NEW CLOTHING HOUSE
JOHN G. STORTZ,
RESPECTFULLY informs thu citUuii* "f
Point JPlcaRnnt and vicinity, that lie
lias just opened ont an entire new nUirk <?(
Goods in liih store room, went aido Main
Street, near Court House, where will ho
found all tho latent rtvle* of Clotlnt, Cm*i
merea, Venting*, and Ptuiilshing Goods,
also a well selected stock of Men me I Boyg
ClothiuK, 1 hits, Cap*, Boots, Ac. '? uith
made 10 order, Give nio u call.
Confeci i o u cri es,
NUTS, CANNED FHCJTS,
! PROVISIONS, kC.
rPAKF?S ri.l'.ASL'UK in infornuiij.' the
J. citizens nf Point Pleasant and vleinily,
that he has just received a new stock of
Groceries, Candies, and all other Roods in
his line, which lie is prepared to gull uh
cheap as the cheapest.
The Kent brands of Family Flour always
o'l hand and for sale citlio'r by the Hindi or
Give me a cull as I will make it to your
iidvintage 'o buv your Groceries of me.
jaii (My- ' - i-Ai-i. voi.i r.itr.
BOAT Hi:jU)USG. , ,
THE POINT PJ.EA9AXT
poixtplkasaxt, ir, i'.i..
A IiK now offering superior inducements
XjL to those desiring Dames nixl fitenm
bout Hulls huilt. They ulso nuinuiacfure
iiiid keoii conslnntlj' on hand all kinds of
lumber tor building pur]x>si:s, such lis;
fEIlIXC, ETC., ETC.
We also manufacture a superior (pinlit) of
Parties desiring (o build will find it'great
ly to t-heir advantage to give lis a call before
leaving their ordure clsowhere.
If. FHY, PKOl'KlKTOIt.
JAG JIT VEHICLES!
My work is ult homo tnmfo'tmd warranted ?
l<i tic of the very best quality. s
Cja-riol attemion given to the repairing
i of buggies, carriages, Wagons, Ac.
Manufactory adjoining C'njiehaiVn Store
House, Front'struct, W>IST PLEASANT,
W'JiST. VA. (five loo a trinl before go
ing elsewhere. Inept- IS! tf.
. - -I . 1 . .. 1L1.1.
IIENUV, MA8LIN k (JU.
WllUIJJi.U.K l)j; W.MIs IV
! NOTIONS, HOSIERY
AM) WHITE GOODS,
j \o. (I II.WOVi:i: STREET.
I Ci. tf. IIahi ki'i r?f Weat Vfiglni.t.
1 rtich. 10, '70-ly
I JOB PRINTING
OK EVERY KIVF)
! Executed ;il the OUiri^
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