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LOCAL MATTERS.
IfKAVY Storm.?Friday afternoon,
j heavy storm of wind, rain and
fining. caiao up. The rain pour
c',I down in torrents, with flash after
fji of lightning and peal after peai
of thunder. It was a fearful after
d'ijoI) and got fo dprk.tliat lamps had
to be lighted in the business rooms.
Duringtho timo the lightning struck
ihe Court ilouse at the extrcino
mint of the cupula, and descending
the lightning rod jumped from
it to the metallic roof, and from thore
to the spouting, clearing away about
(,tu> half of the spouting on the east
jiJe of the house, follow,ing the.spout
jug along until it again came in con
tact with tho rod, when the tiuid
passed on down the rod into the
ground. The rod is probably what
Mved tho building.
DnroatATic Hand Book.?The ed
itor of this paper has waited for the
letters of acceptance of the different
candidates before issuing his eome
time'anisotinccd political handtapk,
hut hopes to get it out of tho hands
of the binder by the last of this week.
It will make a book of Over 300 pages
and contain in a compact form about
all tho political data needed by Dem
ocratic speakers or editors, and ought
to meet with an extensive salo to be
remunerative or commensurately
useful. Bound copies will sent post
paid to any address on roceipt of 81,
,?t the otlice of the Poet. Newspapers
copying this in their reading col
umns will receive a copy free if
brought to the notice of the publieh
er.? Washington Post.
The paying off of the census enu
merators seems to have been fearful
ly bungled. They are now being
paid at the rate of two hundred and
liftv per day, which is expected to
be increased shortly to five hundred.
It is estimat,ed that fully three
months will elapse before the last one
of tho thirty thousand enumerators
is paid off.
The bane of all towns is fast driv
ing through the streets, as well as
the habit of using the streets for a
training track. Once in a whilOj it
is true, some one is fined for these
violations of tho ordinances, but it is
not enforced sufficiently. Break it
up. -
Dif-d.?In this county, August 4th,
1S80, Mrs. Jane Foglesong, relict of
jeo. Foglesong, deceased. She was
born in this county, in 1805. She
was a good woman, and for many
years was a consistent member of the
Prebbyterian church.
Ilarry Pease's Dramatic Troupe
will visit this place again, commenc
ing their unique performances Mon
day night, August 30th, 1880, at God
ley's Hall, and will continue during
the whol^e week, with an entire
change ai programmo each night.?
Give them a full house.
We arij informed that the Catholic
pic-nic, held at Mason City, last Sat
urday, passed off pleasantly. The
gold-headed cane was voted to Mr. A.
A. Ilanley, the popular Democratic
candidate tor Sheriff'. 8200 was the
amount realized on the cane.
The population of West Virginia,
under the census of 1S80, is 708,000;
the population in 1'870, was 412jOH,
an increase uf CO pur cent. ThiB will
give us one or two more Congress
men.
The steamer Andes will resume
bar trips next Friday, passing this
place on lior way up, on her usual
time. Look at hor carefully, or you
might not recognize her with her
lew chimneys and fresh coat of paint.
Itev. Mr. Davis, Baptist minister,
"ill prouch in tho upper Presbyter
ian church, Point Pleasant, on next
Sunday, August 29th, at 11 o'clock
A.M.
On last Wednesday, a young man
"orking in Mr. Young's saw mill, at
ilason City, had tho thumb of his
right hand sawed completely off.
An iron railing is boing placed
along the wall of the wharf, in front
tho Kline Ilouse, to keep pooplo
from tumbling over tho wall.
Fin'jEiis Cut.?Mr. Andrew Wil
p?n, while working about a saw in
his planing mill, had two fingers o(
his right hand badly sawed.
The Court House yard now pro
S|lnts a nico appearance. It is beau
tifully ro(, jn grans and cut close. It
would be a good place for a barbacue.
The rivers raised about nino feet
"'is week, enabling the larger pack
ets to resumo their trados.
Wnee Monday wo liavo had tho
'"'"est weather of tho season. It is
Almost suffocating.
. ?? ??~?
Fresh Oysters at Captain llcin's.
Qo and gel a can.
I.etaht Items.?Not seeing any
thing from our village for the past
threo weeks, I thought I wouldquill
a few squibs. I have been reporting
regularly every other week, but did
not appear in the Regitler, I think
on .account of the mail. ,
. Me^srjs. Poison and Phillip Jones,
j started to Point Pleasant last week,
I?n business; while returning their
horse took flight aud ran away with]
the buggy, throwing tho occupants!
out and breaking one of Nelson j
JonQ'a ribs, and bruising him up con
siderably, but did not do any injur
ious damage to Phillip. The buggy
was a totul wreck.
Mr. Charles Sayre cut his knee
with an axe, badly. Ho is not able
to be out.
Miss Hattio. Aririitage, of Middle
port, Miss Hattie Gilhara, of Nelson
ville, and Mr. J. Alexander and wife,
of Lotart, b., are visiting friends and
relatives in tliis place.
Two Railroad tie raft3 left here
this week, and two moro ready to
leave, destined for Galljpolis,;0.
Loading tan-bark will be all the go
the coming week, three boats to
load. ' < Democrat.
Avalanche Items.?The weathor
is mild and everything is pleasant
and lovely.
The late rains have moistened the
earth and vegetation is revived, and
the farmer is busily engaged plowing
and preparing his laud for the Fall
seeding.
The wheat is all threshed in this
neighborhood. The yield is better
than was expected. Tho threshing
was done by Moses Itoush & Co.?
Mose is called the boss thresher, as
ho is attentive and generally gives
satisfaction.
Tho Road Surveyors havo been
working tho roads in some places,
which was badly needed, and they
deserve much credit for their econo
my, so far as they have worked.
Mr. C. Ilart has re-painted and
made some other improvements in
his dwelling house. It now presents
a handsome appearance.
The Register is prized very highly
in this vicinity. It is becoming a
question who will be its editor while
Mr. Tippott is away representing the
people of this county in the next
Legislature. 190.
Tho Kanawha Gaicltc does not take
kindly to tho proposition to have
political speakingon tho Fairgrounds
during the Fair. It says:
"Wo were under the impression
thatugricultural fairs were non-polit
ical in their character, and that
everything having a political or par
tisan character was carefully and
properly excluded from their exer
cises. But it seems that we may be
mistaken, and that Mason county is
going to permit an innovation, in
that regard, which may be ,verv
agreeable to somo of fier citizens,
but decidedly otherwise with the
sentiments and opinions of these at
large in that and adjoining counties,
who had expecfed to participate in a
good old-fashioned county fair.?
Whether any prize is awarded to the
best political speech docs not appear
in the published pamphlet of the
Mason County Society. We would
be glad to know if it is to be a "free
for all" political occasion, or simply
a special courtesy accorded to the
Greenback candidate for President."
Personals.?Dr. L. F. Cam pbell has
determined to leavo this placo and
settle in Missouri. Wo regret this,
as ho is one of our best citizens, and
his family is held in high estoom by
all our people. Ho will leave somo
timo next month.
J. W. Johnson, Esq!, of the firm of
Willis & Co., Baltimore, called to see
us Saturday., He says count Mary
land 40,000for Hancock and English.
Dr. Ed. Rothlei'n, of Mason (iity,
was in to seo us yesterday, and best
of all loft 81.50 for the Register.
A Curiosity.?Mr. Augustine Gra
ber, of Pomeroy, Ohio, has a curiosi
ty in tho shapo of a kitten- It is
without hair, has hide liko an ele
phant, tail like a rnuskrat, claws
liko a turtle, and large ears shaped
liko an olephant's. Ho will havo it
on exhibition during tho Fair.
New Millinery GooDB.-Miss M. L.
Jones has just received her Fall stock
of Hats, all styles, Ribbons, Laces,
Flowers, and many novelties of tho
season. Tho ladies will do well to
rcmomber this, and call and seo her
stock of goods.
Tho mainstay of national greatness
is tho fanner, he is the greatest
wealth producor in tho county, and
as ho grows richer or poorer, our ma
terial prosperity waves or wanes.?
Whatever wholesome laws wo have
that helps him, holps all.
The very best wheat only com
maiulsninety cents per bushel. Many
farmers are holding their, wheat for
higher prices.
A re-union of the Army of WeBt
Virginia, will bo hold at l'arkorsburg,
|on September 22d.
Makried?On Sunday evening,:
Aug. 15th, 1880, by Rer. W. II.,
Harrison, Mr. R. H. Van Matro to1
Miss Viola E. Adkins.
. Hl-bt.?A little son of Ho^. Ed.
Selion, full the other day, while play
ing, and badly sprained faiis left arm.
The public schools of this. District
will open about September 15th, and
continue in session for six mouths.
Columbus Lager beer at Captain '
Hein's; said by tljose who have tried
it to be the best beer in town.
Several correspondents appear in
this paper. That is right, send in
the items.
We want every Democrat in the
county to send us $1.50, and take this
Jjaper.
Some of our farmers are beginning
to try the virtues of phosphato upon
their lands.
It is proposed to grade West Mar
ket street, from Maine to the wharf.
fcunimer'H neat,
relaxes the system and renders us li
able toattacks ofdiarr,hcea, dysentery,
bloody flux, cholera-morbus, cramps
in stoniach, colic, and other painful
and dangerous affections for which
Dr. Pierce's Compound Extract of
Smart-Weed?compounded from the
best French brandy, Jamaica ginger,
smart-weed, or water pepper, ano
dyne, soothingand healinggums and
balsams, is a most potent specific.
It is equally efficacious in breaking
up colds, fevers, and inflammatory
attacks. Every housohold should be
supplied with it. fifty cents by
druggists. .
Our Fluid Extract of Nuinrt Weed
Is as good, if not better and strong
er, than any Smart Weed now be
fore the public, ijnd put up in a larg
er botfle?holding full four ounces.
We have sold it for years over our
cpunters with asteady incrcwing.-de
mand evory year. For Colds, Sprains,
Bruises, Cuts, Sore- Throat, Lungs
and Chest, it is invaluable- Price
50 cents per bottle. Prepared.by E.
K. Thompson, Wholesales Druggist,
Titusrille, Pennsylvania. [2w.
Forsale by Point Pleasant Drug
Storo and A. C. Van Gilder.
TkeVoUulc Belt Co., SlarNhall, I
Mich.,
Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to tho afflicted upon 30
days trial. Speedy cures guaranteed.
They mean what they say. Writo
to them without delay.
nov 19-ly *
Announcements.
KATIOStr,
Greenback rubor County Ticket |
For Sheriff,
I. V. NEWMAN.
For Prosecuting Attorney,
JOHN E. TIMMS.
For,President County Court,
J AS. E. CLENDINEN.
For AssessSr?1st District,
J. P. PJCKENS.
OSTTIiiH is as tar as wo liavo boon auth
orized to publish the ticket.
. . - Circuit Judge.
Editor ]{rgi?tcr:?You will please an
nounce me as a candidato for the oilicts of
Judge of the. 7th Judicial Circuit, as nt
present constituted, and as it will be under
the proposed Amendment, if adopted.
Yours, very respectfully,
JOHN W. ENGLISH.
Justice of Ike Peace.
We are authorized (9 announce W.
FRANKLIN as a candidate for the office
of Justice of tho Peace, for Lewis District,
at the ensuing election in October next.
SPECIALKOTICES.
Go to the Point PicuMiut Ma
chine Company if you want a Boiler,
Engine, Mill Castings, Bank Cars, Chilled
Car Wheels, Gas and Water Pipes, Brass
Goods, Gum or Loather Bolting, Gum and
Hemp Packing, Heating Stoves, Back
Walls, End Linings and Grates for Cooking
Stoves, and everything usually found in a
fouudry or Machine Shop. [sept. 24-tf.
INSURANCE!
T'OHS B. DOWNING, General Insuranco
J Agent, Notary Public and dealer in Pi
anos and Estey Organs, is confident of be
ing ahio to suit both rich and poor at prices
and terms never before offered at Middle
port. AIbo agent for Fairbanks Scales.
Call and see for yourself. > [sept. 17-1;-.
MXaCEL&AIgEOPa.
THIS EIGHTH ANNUAL
A I R^:
IM^SQIT COT73STT-2
AGRICULTURAL
MECHANICAL ASSOCIATION, |
WILI. nil HKt.D AT
Point Pleasant, West Virginia, |
ON
August 31st, Sept. 1st, 2d and 3d, 1880.
Beautiful ami attractive Grounds, adorned with de
lightfulforest shade, grassy lawns, and .supplied with
an unfailing supply of pure, cool water.
COMPETITION OPEN TO ALL!
Come and see the largest and best Fair in the Ohio
Valley. 1
Trials of Speed. Eacla. Day.
The hest ami fastest Horses and the finest and choi- I
cest Cattle in the Ohio Valley, always show at this
Fair.
Spcclal Inducement#
are offered Kxhiliitors of all kinds of Stock, and noth
ing will be left undone to instruct and amuse visitors.
The reputation of the Association for good order at
its exhibitions will be maintained. All intoxicating
liquors, gambling^TiTd games of chancc will be strictly
prohibited on the grounds.
WD'Srnd i>r ad<lrr.vs H. R. IIOWAK1), Secretary,
for a Premium List. [attg. n-td.
legal Adve
-\oticc lo Take JDvpoKliioiVsT'
rl Anni Eliza Cliurch, (icorge Church
Angelina Seeds, and Janus M Seeds
ner husband, Dorsr W. Churchlqiwe
^urch, Jr Kffle Maud Chur.h, aid ChS!
Church, the lost (our mioor cbil
ll ^?n E1!za ?>"$? "?d <*??*#
Church, Alonzo Weaver, John Weaver
Ww3?^r,nn/?' SaD,u?l Devinfiey, Geo.'
I ?K?r' Au ^^I'n'an.-Elbcahetli Htone
wni- Si Cferles w5ver; .1. B. Weaver'
Mnt CaMie %re!
McKmley. JaCT'b Brinker, Isabella
oniitli, Jack-iBrinker, Straud Long, Caro
Cn!?W Bet*y*Ro,,(!rt*' Sarah burton,
Henrj Aj eaver, Ennme Ingnlls, G-. B. lUyl
fc' ? Kayb'irn, Adeline Bramble,
Sifn.L' jJ'H.tVaret Johnson, Fannie
an! mTe' V" Ill'll?Joh? PWch
jh? unknown lieira of John J.
? eaver, deceased.
TAKE NOTICE:
1?mawn ?ie !?"yof^ep'euilier,A.D?
I! V'r M 6?",1" tlqurs "f 8 o'clock, A M
W i^ri p' ily at?'?'"w ofli? of (Si
P?il. ?^mon' In t!l? tow" of Valley
tails, in the county of Jefferson, State of
Kan?as, we will,take the deposition 0f
S?. f?. I pcl.lc^ and l,mt on the 4th day of
September, A.D., IS80,between the C,?
of 8 o clock A.M. and6 o'clock P JI atthe
inT ?l Cllas> E- H??8. in 1'oint'lW
ant, in the county of Mason, State of West
CmSri\Ye * '"ke the depositions of
C t,ed 1. Morns Dilcher and others to
bo read m evidenee.ln our bolialf in a e'er
tain Buit in chancery now pending in the
Circuit Court for tho county of Miumn
and State of West Vtminl"?% "A;,1"0"'
I are Plaintiff, and you W Defend?,", If
from any cause the taking of said deposi
tions shall not be completed on the^lav
aforesaid the same shall be adjourned anil
conUnued from day to day, or from time to
time, at the same place and between the
Sod UI"'Ulle same shall be com
puted. Very Respectfully,
Therm Dower, Patrick Dower and John
A n?Wer'(i?or?? W- ^"wer, Margaret
A. Dower, Mary E. Dower, Valentine P
Dower and Stanton M. Dower, minor
rtk lZ" 1"d "P'?restt Dowor and Pat
Dowe^ ' * theirn^f^?nd Patrick
,, I0 , . ; , BY COUNSEL,
auglfc'Jr" and C- E. Hogg, Sols.
State of West Virginia, Mason Ootmty, ss:
AT Rules held in the Clerk's offlco of the
Circuit Court of the county of Mason
guVuaso"' y in tho mo,,lh ul Aul
Ueorge W. Reece, Plaintiff,'
va.
John P. Jordan, in his own right and as
Administrator of Wm M. Jordan, dc'"
and Jas. L. Jordan in hig own rigfit and
hlahX MUt0r-? W' Jorciai>.<?'d., De
hJah Manning an,I Manning her
husband, M. D. Jordan, J. B. Jordan
J> ancy A. Richards and Richards her
husband, Margaret Jones and Jones
her husband, Clarissa A. Jones and ?
S'1', husband, Margaret Tavlor,
, Elizabeth J. Mossman and Samuel Moss
7 N;Su,ve"8 "'"J
l/ooptr B. Stevens her Lusband, and the
unknown heirs at law, and the unknown
deviseesi.of William N. Jordan, deceased
lato of the State of Kansas, Defendants!
IN CHANCERY.
The object of this suit is to enjoin the
aforesaid administrator and others from
further prosecuting a certain suit in chan
cery now pending in said court, in which
said Administrator.is Plaintiff and the
said licorpo VV. Reeco is Defendant, and to
obtain a decree against the<D?fendants for
eight hundred dollars, and to subject to
sale for the payment tiiereof a tractof land
a ..n it f"8i?'n? *?un!dred acres ln?re or less
a part of which is situate in llannan Dis
trict, in Mason county Wo?t Virginia, aud
the residue thereof in Putnam cm,"'
ST'V?g,?ia,-beinS ? P"tt of two hund
urir x/ ?*81x acrcs conveyed to flnid I
thno^i'w ^ 'fordan, deceased, in his life-1
time, by Nathan Smith and Oeorge W
Uip l-tlf'rit,0mJn!'Usi<Vlura' b>' deed dated
tlie l<th day of April, 1847, and of record
nf u'? V v- 8.0.?CB of Mason countv court
?? *- s.m
This day came tho coiniilainant hv his
couuse!, and on liis motion and it appear
i"B by affidavit filed that the Defendants
JoSm ?dai!' 1l,;lil!l11 Manning aud
Dni?,gller hnsbaml, M. D Jor
dan, \\ ilhani N. Jordan, Clarissa A. Jones
and Robort Jones her husband, Nancy A
;Rfcliards and John Richards her husband
are non-residents of this, it is ordered that
they d? appear here at Rules to bo held in
the.Clerksoffice of tho Circuit Court 0f
'irst JI?nday in the
Month of September, 1S80, and do what is
necessary to^rokct their interests iu lhta
Gimn <?,UAS' B" WAGGENER, Clerk
!? [augll-4w.
CIIASCEKY SOTICE.
State of West Virginia, County of Mason, ss.
: '?iBSbeAgfSA"*??:
i L'i'rrnrtin\A<l"'i"i?'rntrix of the estato I
of George Martin, deceased, James Mar
tin, Lucretia Phelps, Nathan Hill Ann
Martin, ]). W. Polsl'ev, Administrator of
CW? ?t l?: rflsie?l 'loccnsed, Julia
Hnll hnr T " f nnd Rofxirt H.
' MhI, V qT/,US,t'??' v"1"1 R" Selbe an,l
! , ?e'bc hm wife, Perry Lamnst/>r
j and Nancy Lemaster his wife A R
I Rarbee, G. B. Thomas, Henry Frv, and
r the unknown creditors of Gcorgb Mar
tin, deceased, Defendants.
;?N CJIANCERY ITO.V ni(,L OF REVIEiy. .
m.oobjoctofiheBlK.ve.entit'etlfluit'^to
nave the decree pronounced and entered
of record at the Ajiril Term, 1880 of tho
Circuit Court of Mason county; West Vlr
fratri'r nf re 8Uit MJ" ?' M'lrtinf Adminis,.
tritrix of George Martin, deceased,.and in
her own ng)it PJuintiff, and all the above
I-"-''-1- ""id L. J, Martin
o\f y|^iuluntfl, reviewed, revorsed and
mmM ,Aand,t0 obtain such a decree as
??!????? fjive ^?fn enJtercd after an exam
nation of the rights of the parties, the ev
tho ml'e^of equity.6 a"d <*
idny,<'amu,1,16 Plaintiffs by their
'inn onJtileir motion, and it np
tho Dnf. n ta"ia rlVit nmde "lltlflle(l that
pS ? ^ia"t8r;.?,mes 'M"rtin- Lucretia
S'l and Ann Martin are
non-residents of the State of West Virgin ia,
It is ordered that they do appear here at
S r Heln," 11,0 Deri's office of the
MnfXv TO"nty,-0B the first
nntlil \ I f? "">Dlh of September, 1880,
intertsinuKr0' t0 l'r?leCt "'dr
( Teste: .
O.B. WAGGENER.?:Clerk,
: K In'mijkcuno, Deputy.
Henry J. Fisher, jr., Sol.
augll-iw.
J- W' IIKNR1'i " I. n it wriv ~
JAS' IV?"' qi h- "ai"'k"
henry, masldj & cu.
W'dOI.E8AI.E DeaLRR8 IN
NOTIONS, HOSIERY
Atm WHITE QOODS,
Ko. O A 8 HANOVER ST?
BALTIMORE, MD.
inch. 10, '70-ly*
SEMIWAUias. &c.
? 3E^tTu2u"?TO^E3^V
MDjITM INSTITUTE!
Major TIioiiihm F. Snyder.
i (Lata Professor ol Mathematics in West
Virginia University, and formerly. Com
mandant of tlio Cadets at'the University
the South,) *>? .?:;)?> |
PROF. MATHEMATICS AND TACTICS,
| AND COMMANDANT OF CADETS.
. Jf'wc T. Littleton, A. M., *.
? (Late Instructor Greek, at Randolph Ma
con College,) . ? >
EROF- ANCIENT AND MODERN LAN
GUAGES.
VI. P. EhIiir, M. !>.,
PROF. CHEMISTRY AND SURGEON.
A full course provided and taught in j
Mathematics, Ancient, and' Modern Lan
guages, Natural Sciences, History, Liter*-,
turo/Iuctina and the preparatory English
studies- ?Especial inducements offered to
young gentlemen preparing for our higher
Colleges or Universities. |
Terms:
Tuition payable semi-annually in advance.'
Collegiate course, ?..$50 00
Preparatory, 30 00
Estimated expense for board and room
rent, at $3.50 por >veek,._ .$(33 00
:Acadoinic exercises will bo opened on |
Wednesday, September 1bV18S0.
1 For further information address
THOMAS F. S.MUEU,
Charleston. West Virginia.
juIy28-lstSept.
JULY 4th, 1880. x
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY |
Passenger Trains Run and Connect as
Follows:
WESTWARD, No. 1 Mail. No. 8 Ex,
Leave Richmond 8 00 a m 10 45 p m 1
Due Gonlonsville.....ll 10 a in 2 15 a in
Cliarlotte3ville-12 10 p m 3 15 a m
Staunton 2 10 p m 5 20 a m
Williamson's...- 5 30pin 7 45am
1 White Sulphur.. 7 25pm 9 45 am
' Hinton 11 23 pm 11 37 am
1 Charleston...,,.. 5 55 a in 4 31 p in
' Huntington 9 00am 700pm
' Portsmouth (S.) 10 00 pm
' Maysvillo " 1 30 a m
' Cincinnati " 0 00 a m |
No. 1 Hall leaves Richmond daily ox
cept Sunday, for Huntington. Connects
closely nt Gordonsville for Lynchburg.
Virginia Midland Mail from Washington
connects closely at Gordonsville with No. 1
for Huntington, with chair car from Wash-1
ington to White Sulphur.
No. 3 Express runs daily and con
nects at Huntington with Steamers- for I
Portsmouth, Maysville and Cincinnati.?
Connects closely at Gordonsville for Lynch
burg.
Virginia Midland Express from Wash
ington connects closely at Gordonsville
with No. 3 for Cincinnati, with- Pullman |
Sleeper from Washington to White Sul
plinr.
Virginia Midland Express from Danville
and Lvnchburg connects closely at Char-1
lottsville with No. 3 for Cincinnati.
No. 5 Accom. leaves Richmond daily I
except Sunday, at 3 30 p. m. and arrives at
Gordonsville at 7 15 p. in.; on Saturdays
only will run t# Staunton, arriving at 10 15
p.m. ?
No, 21 Wlxcil leaveB Charlottsville
daily, excopt Sunday, at 4 20 p. m. on ar
rival of Virginia Midland Mail from Dan
ville and Lynchburg; and arrives at Wil
liamson's at 1 15 a. to.
Sleeping Cars on No. 3 from Rich
mond to Whito Sulphur. On No. 1 from]
White Sulphur to Huntington.
EASTWARD. No. 2 Mail. No. .4 Ex.
Leave Ciueint'i (Str.) 4 00 p ni I
ilnvsvillo- " _ 10 30 p rn
Portsmt'h " 3 30 a m
Huntington... 4 30 p in 10 00 a in
Duo Charleston 8 40 p m 12 27 p m
" Ifinton 4 15 a m 5 37 p in
11 White Sulphur 8 50 a in 7 45 p ui
" Staunton ... 1 45 p m 12 65 a m 1
" Charlottsville- 4 05 p m 2 25 a ml
" Gordonsville... 5 00 p m 4 00 a m
" Richmond 8 30 p m 7 15 am |
No. 3 Mall leaves Huntington daily,
except Sunday. The No. 2 train leaving
Huntington on Saturday liesoverat White I
Sulphur from 8 50 a. m. Sunday till 0 00
o'clock a. in. Mondav. Connects closely at
.Gordonsville for Washington with chair
car from White Sulphur to Washington. I
Virginia Midland Mail from Danville and
Lynchburg connects closely at Gordous
villc with No. 2 for Richmond.
No. 1 Express, C. B.S. & P.P. Stcam
or leaves Cincinnati nt 4 00 p. in. daily,
and is due at Huntington to connect with
No. 4 Express which runs daily to Rich
mond. Connects closely at Charlottsville
for Lynchburg and Danville. Connects
closely at Gordonsville for Washington,
with Pullman Sleeper from White Sulphur |
to Washington.
No. O Accom. leaves Gordonsville I
dailyi except Sunday, at 5 25 a. m. and ar
rives at Richmond at 9 00 a. in. On Mon
days only runs from Staunton, leaving
Staunton at 2 55 a. m.
No. 22 Mixed leaveB Staunton daily,
except Sundav, at 5 40 a. m. Connects
at Charlottsville with V. M. Mail for Lyncli
burg and Danville and is connected with at
Gordonsville by Virginia Midland Mail
from Washington, and arrives at Rich
mond at 5 .00 p. in. . .
. Sleeping Cars on No. 2 from Hun
tington to Whito Sulphur. On No. 4 from
Whito Sulphur to Richmond. ?
For Rate, Tickets, BaggagoChecks, <tc.,
apply to
D. S. VAN MATRE. Agent,
Point Pleasant, W. Ya.
COSWAT 11. HOWARD,
U. F. A T. A.
aug4 '80
w. Jt. 8. DISS,
Kng'r & Snpt.
OHIO
Blue Sulphur Springs !|
Near KTGEHVILEE,
Gallia County, Ohio.
HAVING leased the above property for
a term of years, I take pleasure in
announcing to the public that such prog
ress has been made in. fitting up ana im
proving the buildings and Springs as to
enable me to entortaiu regular boarders
and transient visitors.
Those ? seeking a restoration of health
will find here u variety of as good mineral
and other water as tho world atl'ords; puro
air, beautiful scenery, lovely roaming
groves, and healthy diet. .
Those seeking recreation- anu innocent
amuseinont, will find every possible offort
made to gratify their wishes.
Tho entertainment of excursion parties
will bo made a specialty of this season.?
A fine airy hall, refreshments and music
will bo furnished on short notice; also sta
bling and feed for horses.
Dr. JOHNSON, who resides near the
Springs and has been prescribing the water
in his practico, for several years, kindly of
fers his advice to visitors in regard to use
of tho water, this season, frco of charge,
julv 21?tf. D.R.JACOBS.
GROCERIES.
WAR DECLARED!
Paul Vollert,
DEAI.ER IN
Staple Groceries,
Confectioneries,
NUTS, CANNED FRUITS,
. MtOVISIONS, AC.
Takes- PLEASURE in infbnulnB tlra
citizens of Point Pleasant and vicinity,
that he lias just receivod a now stock of
Groceries, Candies, and all other goods in
his line, which he is prepared to sell as
cheap as tho cheapest. ,..A , ?
, FAMILY FLOUR.
The best brands of Family Flbur always
on hand and {or sale either by the small or
barrel.
Give me a call as I will njako it to- your
advantage to buy y?ur Grocoriee of Viie.
jan ft-ly. PAPL VOLLERT.
J. H. Holloway,
SBAXiSR IN
STAPLE & FANCY
GROCERIES
.And Provisions,
Tobaccos and Cigars,
And all other articles usually kept in a
First Class Grocery;
Which will bo sold at living prices for
CASH.
JMTGORNER MAIN & SIXTH streets,
near COURT HOUSE, POINT PLEAS
ANT, west XA..-W
apr.24-ly. J. H. HOLLOWAY.
TANNERY AN3 8B0E SHOP.
SHOE SHOP,
63
WeBt Main Street, next' door to W. J.
Allen'B Grocoy.
TANNERY,
No. fi, East EloventU Street,
Point Pleasant, West Virginia.
B. S. SNYDER,
MANl'FACTTJREUand Dealer in leath
er, Hides, Bark, Tallow, Sheep Pelts,
Boots, Shoes, Shoe Findings, MorEocos,
French Kip-and Calf. Solo Leather cut to
order. Bring your Tanner's Supplies to
tho Tannery where you will alwavB get tho
market price in cash*. Remember the best
is the cheapest, and Biich being tho fact,
leave your measure at the Shoe Shop for
your Boots and Shoes. Will insure a fit,
good material and good work, for as little
money as anywhere in tho United States.
Call, won't y'nu? fbct. 22-ly.
Robin Wagon Co.
CINCINNATI, OHIO
This Company havo just finished com
plete shops witli overy facility of the latest
improved machinery, and are prepared to
manufacture '
Standard Trade Vehicles
SUCH AS
FARM WAGONS,
SPRING WAGONS,
PLATFORM WAGONS,
LUDLOW SPRING WAGONS,
FARMERS' TWO-SEATED CARRIAGES
STANDARD TRADE BUGGIES,
ELEGANT BREWSTER BUGGY,
ETC., ETC.
Send for Designs and Prices, to
ROBINSON WAGON CO.,
july-7-ly. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Extraordinary Notice!
THE
Baltimore Weekly Gazette,
FOR THE
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN.
In order to place The WEEK
LY GAZETTE within the reach
of all who desire sound political
information, all the news, and in
teresting miscellaneous reading
matter, it will be furnished until
December ist, 1880, to single
subscribers or clubs, postpaid,
for Twenty-Five Cents,
and until the 4th of March, 1881,
postpaid, to single subscribers or
clubs, for Fifty Cents. -
Clubs raised in the various elect
ion. districts wiil greatly aid the
cause of reform and help to se
cure the election of Hancock and
English. This is the way to cir
culate the documents.
ADDKESS
THE GAZETTE,
auglfMw. 1IAI/TIMOKE.
J. W7 JOHNSON,
?WITH?
WILLIS & CO.,
U'lioktale Dmitri In ,
ti
Tobacco and Cigars,
2!)4 W. Baltimore St.,
M'ch 10-ly Baltimu've. Sid,
WHISKEYS, Ac.
li. F. Bctlkb, Atr. M. Tiioursox.
B. F. Butler & Co!
WE wish to inform our Irluiida that w o
liuve fitted up a
SALOON,
In tho liancmont of tlio Kllno House, in
good' style, whoru will be fouml at all
times
r -
Choice and Pure Brands
??OF??
Rye and Bourbon
AND
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
"Wines
-?AND?
GrlHSTST
' t
Porter, Ale, Beer, &o., Sec.
Some of the Brands of Whiskey wo ce
pccinlly mention:
"MILLER 11 YE,"
5 yrs. old.
"McGIBRON BOURBON,"
4 yrs. old.
"THOMPSON'S FAVORITE,"
8 yrs. old.
"G. W. TAYLOR,"
5 yrs. old.
)
Liquors from
$1.25 to $6.00 per Gallon.
Tho Bar is in charge of W. A. SAMPLE,'
an experienced Saloon Keeper, and drinks
can be furnished in any style desired, or
called for. T . f
Sutler & Co.
april 21,1880-ly.
DRUGS, AC.
Don't Fail to Call
AT THE
OLD RELIABLE
POINT PLEASANT
IMC STOKE,
FOR ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF
PURE DRUGS,
and everything else usually kept ina
First-Class Drug Store!
Wo'keep no OLD, CHEAP and WORTH-'
LESS DRUGS, PERFUMERY, TOILET1'
SOAPS, TOILET ARTICLES, <4C., but ov
erything is
Fresh, New and
FIRST-CLASS!
The latest styles of Lamps, I.autoriiH
and Chimneys!
THE BEST 6I6MS UNO TOBACCO IX TOWN!
Pure Wines and Liquors for strictly Modi
cinal purposes only.
OUR WHOLE STOCK IS
NEW & FRESH,'
and our customers may relv upon their
purity and being just what they aio repre
Bcnted.
PRESCRIPTIONS
Filled by-an experienced, careful and reli
able man. i"
??*DON'T FORGET the Old Reliable
Drug Store, in Store's Brick Buildine, Main
Street, Point PleaMAnt, W. Vn.
dee. 18?1877-ly.
DRY-GOODS, WOTXONS, AO.
WM. SMITH,
Opposite the Conrt House,
Point Pleasant,
DEALER IN
DRY GOODS,
Notions,
BOOTS and SWEDES,
Hats and Caps,
H A. II D W A R E ,
SCHOOL IiOOKS,
STATIONERY,
LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS,
TERMS CASH.
I keep no mnn acc'fS '
well 0-1 y.

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