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SATURDAY Oct. 25. LB_JL.iL i.?. ??"*? -yj; iSS Jiejiorl of the Joint Committee on X'rintluy. TtorflE OF ItliPRF.SlJNTATIVF.S, [ Washington, Jam 10, USTJ'.) Mr. Wilson, of West Virginia, from the Committee on Printing, reported back tho following resolu tion; which was read, considered, and agreed to: Rttolnd by the House of Heprcscn tativet (the Semite concurring therein,) That there be printed 100,(>00 cop* ic? of Spccial Report No. 12 of tho Commissioner of Agriculture, con taining the reports of tho examiners appointed to investigate the dis eases of swine and contagious and infectious disoasca incident to other classes of domesticated animals; of which 70,000 copies riiall bo printed for the use of members of tho House, 25,WO fur the use of members of tho Senate, and 5,000 copies for tho use of tho Commis sioner of Agriculture. Mr. Wilson moved to rcconsidor the vote by which the resolution was adopted; and also moved that the motion to rcconsidor be laid on tho table. The latter motion having been agreed to, Mr. Wilson submitted the following roport: Tho Committee o:. Trlnting. to whom was referred tho accompany ing IJouso concurrent resolution providing for tho printing of 100,000 copies of Special Report No. 12 of the Commissioner of Ag riculture, touching tho diseases of swino and other domesticated ani mals, having had the same under consideration, respectfully report: Tho ravages of the various dis eases to which this class of animals hi tho United States is subject have become so alarmingly great and destructive, as to invito from Congress and 8tato Legislatures such aid as may be necessary to check them as far as possible. Tho present efficient Commis sioner of Agriculture has turned his attention to this subject, and succeeded in obtaining data and general information which it is be lieved will be of great value to tho country, lie commenced this in vestigation loss tlian two years ago, and prosccutod it with energy and intelligence, the first year without expenditure of money in cxcobs of tho sum appropriated for the ordi nary workings of the department. Tho results of this preliminary ex amination aro contained in the annual report of the Commissioner for tho year 1S77. This prelimi nary report contains a largo num ber of letters from tho various States and Territories in the Un ion, and, being writton in most eases by farmers themselves, they are replete with much valuable in formation to tho farming com munity. The volume, us a whole, was a groat improvement on tho preceding reports of that depart ment. and tho demand among farmers for copies of it has been unprecedented. This report on diseases of domesticated animals is a most valuable contribution to this work, and a subject of most vi tal interest to tho farmers and meat producers of the country. Tho preliminary roport greatly increased tho demand for an unusually valu able contribution to the agricultural literature for that year. From a statistical table con tained in this report it will be seen that the whole number of counties in tho United State? and Territor ies at that- time was 2,-117. Of this number 1,103 reported to tho de partment, giving tho number of hogs actually raised .in each coun ty, tho number affected by disease, the percent of those affected that died, and the value .??f those thut were lost. From ibis table it will be seen that the number of hogs given as being produced in about one-halt of all the counties of the United State." :?n?l Territories was li?,?82,Ul. Of* this number, t!,727,27s were nifeeicd by disease, and of thoso affected over one-hull died, entailing a loss mi the pro ducer or farmer of 'fi0,l."?l,O7J. If other counties not reporting lost as heavily?and we have no reason lo doubt" but they did?the losses among hogs alone for that year woitid amount to oyer twenty mill ions of dollars. This is a vast sum of money tu be annually lost to any branch of business without enlisting tho earnest ellbrts el' ev ery well-wisher of his country to do something toward staying, or cir cumscribing, or, what Would bo still better, stamping out, a disease which bid., fair to soon destroy one of our cheapest isieal-producing mi inula. l?ut while thie disease lias been prevailing for a ijuarti r of tu! century, and git .wing more malig-, mint, i;.neral, and fatal with each! recurring v?..r. nothing has !,ccn done bv tie* ;-,??vennntfUl until recently to afford menus [to investigate the n.itnre of this terri ble malady among! swino. The earnest efforts of the Commissioner of Agriculture liavo at last succeed ed in convincing tho country of tho importance of looking into this matter, and of giving this disease a thorough and searching investiga tion, with tho hope of finding a remcdv, if possible ? if not, then by tho institution of sueli sanitary and hygienic measures as will lessen somewhat the annual hcavj losses among this class ol ani mals. Tho first fruits of this investiga tion arc detailed in this Special Report No. 12, which should bo scattered F;ir and wido among the farmers and stock-growers of the country. One important point has so far' been gainod, namely, tho disease has been pronounced purely infectious and contagious. This can no longer bo doubted sinco tho publication of tho results of the experiments of the eminent veter inarians who have bean conducting these examinations under tho di rection of tho Commissioner of Agriculture. While no cure has as yet been found for tho diseaso, our farmers are now forearmed by the knowledge of tho contagiousness of the malady, and can and will take Bueli measures as will tend to pre vont its communication to healthy stock. This fact, aside from all remedial measures, will provo of immense advantage in the protec tion of this class of farm animals, and will no doubt lessen tho annual losses many millions ef dollars from this time on. Hut infectious and contagious diseases among bogs aro not tho only diseases tho farmer has to contend against among his domes ticated animals. All olasscs of I stock aro subject to fetal maladies; tho horse to distompors, glanders,] lie.; cattlo to plouro-pncumonia,I rinderpost, Ac.; and sheep to many diseases of a contagious character. It is only after tho farmer becomes familiar with these contagious dis eases that ho can hope to be able to control them, to prevent their spread, and suppress them. Our live stock interests aroimmenso, and it is only by comparison with this property in other governments that its immense valuo can be seen. Tho following table,giving a comparison of our livo stock with that of tho two foremost European nations, is thus stated: United Stales (1875),Ilorses and Mules, 11,115,800; Cattle, 27,870, 700; Sheep, 35,0:15,300; Swine, 2o,72t>,S00, Prussia (1S77) Horses and Mules, S,352,237; Cattle, 7,0%,SIS; Sheep, 22,202,078; Swine,-l,87S,111. Ureal Britain and Ireland (1877) I Horses fund Mules, 2,790,851; Cattle, (1.115,'101;.Sheep,30,313,041; Swino, 2,422,832. .1 Solid South. There is another grievance al leged against tho South as an ox eusc for usurpation, and tho over j throw of free elections, not only there but everywhere. It is said she is solid. Wo hear it clamored in our ears from all quarters that she votes solidly against tho Re publican party. Let us admit she does. New England voles about solidly against tho Democratic party'and yet I have never heard that therefore we ought to nullify tho Constitution and all rights of tho Slates in the matter of election to (let rid of that evil. It is true thill tho policy of this country which has so bitterly cursed the producer in respect to revenue,and tho finances genera!!? has been I the work of New England greed, sectionalism,and legalized robbery, I but nobody has, on that account, | ?trong as the provocation haB boon, | demanded that her people should be deprived of a free ballot. Peo ple have a right to vole as they pleas.-, as long as our form o( government remains, and whoever would deprive litem of that right is a scoundrel who deserves death. | Hut are you astonished that tho i South is solid politically against jtho Republican party? Would | it not 1*' a marvel if she were i otherwise'; Hid you ever hear of | any branch .,f tho Anglo-Saxon, Celtic, Tutouio or Sclavonic laces, that fawned upon a master and ivhinningly licked the hand that smote them in their helplessness. ???**** lint do you ask tho people uf the Southern States to fertilize', and vote with a party which plundered thcui of their remaining va no I after they had fallen on tho field of battle; a party which after the ' war was over, uiiiashed tho jaokats ; who h.rl; in lite rear of armies, the ! |,uman hyenas who prey upon thoi I dead; a party who turned loosi land guided toward the South all thoso human vultures, kit"S,cariou en,us and seiivangcr bird?, who in j tlit* .-liajti; <?: ( and adventurers, havo filled tho ?world with the disgrace of a re constructed South? Po you ask the people of tho South to divide their votes and give part of them to such a party as that? If you do. you insult our common nature. No honorable man would make such a request, and every just man would despise a people who would grant it. Out of their broken estates, thoir ruined plantations, the poverty and distress, hundreds of millions of dollars were extorted by the shameless, MIA/.EN EMMISSAUIRS OF THE IiEJ'UH LICAN PAllTY, and carried away to socuro rogions for quiet enjoyment. On this point history will xnalco "no mis take, and record no uncertain ver dict. Tho blackest pagos in the history of tho human raoo contain no aooount of such robbories under tho forms 'of government, Warrcn Hastings, in his plnnder of tlio1 East Indies, becomes amodoratoj and respectable character in com-, parison with many of those rapao ions wretches who fastened their I fangs upon the property of the j South after tho war was ovor.j Seventy years beforo tho birth of^ Christ, Sicily was ravagod and de spoiled by a consul of Itomo.! Though more than nineteen con-1 tuvies have come and gone since | then, yet the name of Vorrcs ro i tains all its ireehnoaa of immortal infamy, lie was prosccuted by the authority of the Roman Senate,and 'lied for an asylum to strango and, I foreign lands, lie died miserably in exile, and Ids dishonored dust | was not permitted to minglo with1 the soil of the Roman Republic. Wo find, howevor, in Middleton's life of Cicero that ail tho pecula tions, extortions, bribes, and lar cenies charged upon Vorras during his entire administration of the af fairs of Sicily did not excccd $2,000,000, equal to only one-third of the amount for which Govornor Scott fraudulently issued the bonds of South Carolina in a Binglo tran saction. And yet you are expected to bo shockcd and horrified bo causo the peoplo of tho South do not vote tho Republtcan tickotl Mon go about in your midst la menting with |pious horror a solid South who havo indorsed every criminal transaction which has made her solid. You hear tho voices of canting hypocrites on ev ery hand prctonding to bewail a united South, and invoking a uni ted North and the Army and Navy against her. Can any one be so blind as not to see the object of all this? The loaders of tho Republi can party desiro to unite tho North in solid* bate against tho South. They also desire a pretext for the uso of military force by which to subvert our system of States, and to ercct upon their ruins what they style ft Nation, a centralized con solidated Government, monarchial in spirit, and destined soon to bo so in form and namo. STATU RIOUTS. It-is in this connoction also that the doctrino of State rights is con stantly denounced in your hearing. Sherman and l'ostor pretend to be lieve that the Southern i>eoplo still clai in the right of secession. Thov know better, but tho statement haR a tendency to unito tho North, and hence they make it. Thero is not a representative man in eithor branch of Congross from the South , crn States who has not renounced the doctrine of secession, and de clared it forever buried by tho re sults of tho war. ^Every newspaper in thoJSouth has done the same, with the exception, perhaps, of one or two which are paid by tho Ko publican party to publish pretend ed Southern sentiments fur North ern use. Every State ill the South has legally and officially ratified all the constitutional amendments, thereby making a solemn agree ment with the States of the North ? on every constitutional issue raised [by the war, and on every result which followed the overthrow of the rebellion.?Extract of Yuorlite't Sptcch at HrUuirc, OJ1'0? __ Alive with u Jlrukcu Xcck j Thoro is living in tho Virginia | town of Marion a twelve-year-old boy with a broken neck. Accord ing to tho Enttyrisc, published ill the neighboring town of Wythe villc, the little fellow's neck was broken several years ago, at which time iron and steel bars wero run alung tho spino and claspod on both sides of tho faoo. The head is thus held in one position. Somo days ago the framework used broko anil the head foil to ono side, cut ting ofV tho power of speech. The mother put tho head In a natural poise until the clasp had been | met .doit, whou nil went well, ubIm ! fore. | "Wlien tho corn is waving," melius, when ii Buperivliimilanco of ?ii'.iiu, iii u liquiil .-late, onuses tlioj H.uoW?'u*i \<j JJo?i>itnl for the Insane Tho Board of Directors of this in stitution lield their regular minimi session at Weston this week, and through the Hon. W. L. Hcnroe, of this city, one of the members, ve liavo obtained the following par ticulars: Ono ?f the first things tho Board did was to visit and inspect tho various apartmontB of tliu Hospi tal, which they found in a very sat isfactory condition. Tho eurroun i clings anil comforts of tho patients i were all that could he desired, ana .many of the patients expressed themselvoa accordingly, I Tho Superintendent's annual re port shows that there wore in the Hospital, at tho beginning of tho fiscal your, four hundrod and fif teen patients?two hundred ani twenty-six males'and one hundret and eighty-nine females?and that thore wero added to this number during the year, flfty-flvo?thirty ono inalea and twonty-four fomales, making tho whole number under treatment during tho poriod four hundrod and soventy. Of there, flfty-nino?thirty-nino males and twenty foraalea?woro discharged, leaving a romaindor of three hun dred and ninoty-one white patients ?two hundred and ten malos and ono hundrod and cighty-ono fe males?and twenty colored?eight males and twelve females. Binco tho opening of tho Hospi tal there havo been admitted into iU wards 900 pationta, 'of whom thoro havo been discharged 240 recovered, 00 much improved, 35 unimproved, and 236 diod. Tho percentugo of rocovories on the wholo number is 25.17, and for tho past your -13.6'1. The greatest nuinbor undor treat ment any one day within tho fiscal yoar was 416; tlio loast 407, and tho daily avorago 410 97-100. The cost of maintonanoo is un precodently low, and may bo ac counted for in part by tho unusual cheapness of breadatufls, meats, | produoo, fa:., as well as other arti-1 cles of nocossity. Tho pir capita, per week was only $2 033, which covers all exponses for salaries, wages, clothing, food, fuel, &c. On Wednesday, tho contract for furnishing the institution with good ilour for tho next six months was awarded to Colonel \V oodford, of Weston, at J5 -5 per barrel which is *1 25 per barrel more than was paid tho preceding six mouths. A ventilation fan, for which tlio last Legislature made an appropri ation, has been purchased and pluced in position, and will soon bo in oporation, thoroby secur ing to the wards a purer and consequently mora lioalthful at ntosphoro. This is something that the officers of tho institution havo felt greatly tho need of for several years, as it is next to impossible to preserve anything approaching a good hygienic stuto in such an im menso structure without such aid. Tho work on the north threo story section has progressed very satisfactorily, which will onublo the contractors to put it under roof, in complhinco with tho specifications, in December. Tho work on tho two-story and last section has not been pushed witli quite as much vigor, yet la groat deal.has been done, and tho contractors hope to bo on tiino for tho roofers. The contracts for thoso buildings wero awarded at a very propitious time for tho interests of tlio State, us it is altogether probablo that they oonld not bo let again at the same figures, labor and material having very materially advanced during the.last two or three months. ?JnttUiyoncer. Killed. On Monday evoning last, about S o'clock, a young unmarried man, named Jesse Waikor, in tho em ploy of Captain Isaac Kuykcndatl, near lleadevillo, this county, met his death in tlio following man ner: lie had unhitched his team, but by an oversight had loft a traco faslonod. When he started to tlio bam the horse attempted to follow him, and 0110 of them, finding it self still fast to the wagon, began to plunge and kick, and started lu move awnv. I11 attempting to stop tho horse, Mr. Walker was knocked down, and the wagon pasBed over his nook and shoulders, inliicting injuries of which lie died in about threo hours.?Krytcr Echo. A wooden pumpkin has been taking tlio premium at all of tho Kansas fairs. It measured seven feet around and weighed 2S0 pounds, Tho'.fraud waa disoovored at Council Grove, last week, by an old man who tried to tap it. Tliore Bro a good many mad fanners in Kansas just about this timo. The young man who loved abovo his station was always getting out at the wrong depui. Extraordinary Elopomcnt Vandalia, Octobcr 13. A young and respectable couple named Fred nnd Louise Auck lunnn, son and daughter of a res pectable farmer residing about twenty miles from hew, boarded a train a few days ago and went to St. Louis and wore married. They remained in the city a day or two, and then returned homoward, get ting oil'the train abont eight miles from here, and for fear of bo ing detected, wondered out in the woods, and were arrested to-day. When the young man was asked why ho was induced to commit such an act, said: "My sister loved me so well wo thought tho best thing wo could do would be to got married." When further asked if ho did not know it was wrong to marry his sister, and why they hid in the woods, replied: . "Wo did not know it was wrong, and only hid in tho woods for fear of boing discovered by our paronts, who were vory much opposed to our marrying." They wero tried, found guilty, and, in default of $500 and $300 bail, wero committed to tho county jail. wig porn<i?*iiJU It* I ? *tU ????*? L W . imvB mri ?? Io nUiui.rujp> ;.?? ?? f .mil r?v **"1 . P??| 4?1 I "0 MU<K *>1 l?ll ii? t ?SnidU3An ,SU3il3S\ "VEGETINE," ??v? a Boston physldsn, uhM no oqtinl m ? blood purlOir. It^noK of Us ninny wondorwl cure* uftor all other remedies hnd railed. I yl* lt?l tho lAtwrntory. and convinced mnwlfof Its ijcaulnn merit. It Is prwMrcd frotu barS* nnljL nod herbs, ixicn tvrwhleh Is highly cOT'd Ivo. and tlx y aro compounded In such ft SAO* aer as to produco mtoolsbltig rvsaltA." VEGETINE Is the treat Blood ForlOer. VEGETINE W1U cure the worst com? of Hcrofhliu VEGETINE immcndwl by phyalcluus and apotM> VEGETINE Hen effected some marrelouj curcj In caago erf Cancer. VEGETINE ho worst com* of Cnukor. VEGETINE nrlth wonderful success In Mercui VEGETINE adlcoto Salt Rheum from tho 8] VEGETINE M Pimples and Humors from tl VEGETINE jn*t!|utlon nnd regulate* the t VEGETINE inble remedy for Headachc. VEGETINE *Iiyspepsla. VEGETINE i the entire system to a healthy VEGETINE l the causo of Dltslneeo. VEGETINE Falntnow at tho Stomach. VEGETINE ,1ns in tho Ilark. VEGETINE Uy curt* Kidney Complaint. VEGETINE re In Its cure of Female Wool VEGETINE rest remedy for General DebUJ VEGETINE a the jrorr SPRING MEDICINE. VEGETINE Prepared by H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass. Vcgeiine Is Sold by All Drugglsto Curta tho worst coma of Canker. VEGETIN Urot* with wonderful succew In Mercurial 41? VEGETINE Will tradlrst" Salt Rheum from tho system. VEGETINE nersoTM I'lmplt-s and Humors from tho too VEGETINE Curea Constipation nnd regulates the bowel* VEGETINE It a valuable remedy for Headache. VEGE Win CUM Iiyspepilo. VEGE R futures the entire sys IWo. VEGE Semovoe the causo of Dlnlnee VEGETSI Relieve* Falntnoss at tho Stomach. VEGE1 Olice F>ln? In tbo nark. VEGE1 Effectually curct Kidney Complaint. VEGETINE Is efftotlre In Its cure of Female WoakaeA VEGETINE Is the great remedy for Qcneral DcbUltT* Dissolution Notice. TLt firm of ror.'otn, Atkins, Hro.4 Co. ic ibis day dissolved by tutittia! consent; nnd nil the dolus of said firm urc assumed by Atl.ins & J5ro. Titos*; indebted to the firm will j*lensv cnli nnd scttlmit one*. ATKINS & 1)110. Weston, March 'JO, 1878. TO TllE PUBLIC. Wo tlmnk you for post furor?, nnd still nsk you to conic nnd im ug. Wt bIihII do business at tbu BAiuo place in our own sepa rut# unities. Onrriage, Wagou end IJlacksuitiling done to order. 1'1'nSUNy, "Wood-Worker. A'J KIM* A l i o.. mil I.e. 6S3^L?aCDC?>5^fa Choico liquors of all kinds nnd flno cigars for sale bv QUIXN i- BURK, lliudcnach liuilding, Weston. I)H, J. M. LAZIER, ??Rosidont Dontist,? Weston, W. Va. I hnrr permnneutly lorntcd in WrMoo. All work dune iu b scientific nnanrr, and wttrrunted to jjivorttisluetion. 1'riftvlow. Office cvur !.vwu' jjtoic. Din to Rod Bottfli "Prices! JOHNR. RYANdesires to inform Ids many patrons, and the public generally. Hint he lias now on lurid the largest stock of T&VD"E VT OT^ ever brought to this market, which lie offers at prices never before heard of. 1 also have a large line of luv own work, winch will be sold cheap. Also a large stock of SADDLES and HARNESS on hand, cheap. fj3~ I still sell all kinds of SEWING MACHINE at Bottom Prices. J OILY R. RYAN. Nothing Succeeds Like Success! The Former High Priccd Machines REDUCED to &6*"J Thoroughly warranted and sent to you for EXAMINATION liCFOltB VOU PAY FOR IT. And no obligation to kcop oap, if cot dktteb than any tnachiuo you ever lia<l. EVERY FAMILY CAN NO IF 0 O ,1 FIRST-CLASS MACII INK. "u The Old Favorite nnd Reliable STANDARD N ^ SEWING MACHINE ? 20 3 ?S ACKNOWLEDGES NO UPEHIOH. k, ^ 5 O Wc Cannot Moke a Velftr MacJrinc at Avy Price. The Highest Premium r.wr.n.ieil the Stiteh at the Centennial. ^ ?s A Strictly First-Class Shuttle Doul-le Thread Lock Stitch Mtcliinc, mure complete in ^equipments than any other, uml combining all the Into improvements, with the oldS* rsaud well tiied qualities I'cr which tho Hi ^ STANDARD IS SO POPULAR. ?? A Faithful Family Sewing Machine !n every Penso of tho word?that runs smooth nnd doos every description of plain or fancy sowing with case and certainty*-so strong nnd well mudt, nnd so thoroughly tested while in use for years in Thousands of Families that each Machine that leaven our Factory is warranted lor five years, ami kept in Order fry of charge. Money refunded at once if not perfectly .Vatistaeiory. Reduced in prieo far down below other M echini's. No Kxtta? to pay for. Each Machine Is accompanied In* a mom Complrtk UUTHT of numerous and nsclul attachments for all kinds o; work (freo of nnv extra charge) than is given with any other Machine at any prieo. The Standard Machira has uiote good qualities than those of double tho 1'iice. Lteht nnd Easy Running,Vi chiid can uso it. Strong and durable, never out of order. Rapid and certain in execution No useless cogs or cams to wear out or make a noise Will lust for years Is ready in a mo ment nnd understood in an hour. Makes the Double Thread Lock ^Stitch, alike on both sides of tLe goods, from cambric to leather, tHcs a Short, Straight and Strong Nculle, Ex tra Long Large easily threaded Shuttle. With Aew Autnmutic Tension. Urge HoMiins capable of holding onu hundred yards of thread A Large Strong .Machine with great width of arm, giving it many desired ipalitics, and great capacity ,t'or a wide range of work. It is the best Machine in principle and in point ol ? onstrnction. Use it once and von will use no other. Addict, STANDARD SEWING MACHINE CO., Broadway and Clinton I'lace, New York. S. H. It.VISKLT r, Agon t, Weston, W.Va. LUMBER FOR SALE. SPECIAL NOT I KG W THE l'UMM. I have for snle, and keep constantly on nand Oak, Poplar and Walnut Lumber? cither air or kiln dried?all sizes. 1 wtM guaranteo satisfaction in regard to ?iu*lity nud pricc. FLOUR AND MKAL. I also keep llie liest quality of Flour und Corn Meal at my Mill. Respectfully, JOHN DKTAMORE. WHOLESALE V)vv\ C<oo\s Sc ^ioVvovvs, U'llliliLl VU K . V.l Wo have now open forprin MTrade a stock superior In fcricnt and variety to nny | hitherto oflVrod. Full assortmint will be mnintnined throughout tlio se?H<?n, and prices invariah .fet the lowest p.Mnt. L: L. DHL A PLAIN' & SON. Whceliog, Mny 8. UAIVIEEj IOUOYCE, Successor to FORDYCE BROS., CLARKSBURG, W. TA. I am prepared to oiler to the public nny kind of a vehicle known to the trade. I have now in stock and tuu building con lUintly. CARRIAGES, P1LET0XS, HUG G1ES ami Sl'JihVQ WAGOXS. And ns a specialty, I am uting tho cele brated Dexter and tripple springs, which for comfort and durability cannot be aur* pissed. By using nothi ng but the best of stock in the construction of my work, and by fui and honest dealing 1 hope to receive a lib. eral share of the public patromtgo. l'roinpt attention paid to utl kinds of re pairing at prices to suit tho times. isr All work fully guaranteed. Factory at the junction nf Slain anil 1'iko streets, rat ond. CHAS. J. GOFF \\ holcsnlo and Retail Deulur In Foreign and Domestic liiskics, Brandies Wines, Gins, Alcohol &c, Ofiico nud Waro-ltootns, No. 1, Coil's Mock, Pike Street, CLAHKSUVRG, II* 1M. JOHN MORRISON Till! c;KKAT Liquor Dealer. I wish to inform inv friends that I haro jnjt rcfivt'fl a 1 urge stock of goods. My aim in tlio Tuturo will '??<>, as il 1ms b?e? In tl?? past, to kcop ft lnifco nad w?II selected Block of tlio beat brands of Nelson, Ander Fon, Jiff rson and Mtrion counties, Kun tacky Whiskies ami Urnndics. 1 do not keep notified or compounded whiskies in any way 5 but receive from dis tilleries direct, nnd guarantee th? goods fr?e from all adulterations. Don't forget the place?No. 7, Maw Street, Weston, V. Vn. liQQKHERE. I keep on hand a few gallons of as mean Kentucky WhUky at wui eter offer*! fa tills town CALLAXD HXAMIXE IT. 1 also keep Wino nud Brandy IF YOU WANT TO 8M0KH I Itavo a nice cigar and onn plug of chewing tobacco If you want LUNCH 1 keep ft j'iecc of cheese, a f?w crackors and one can ol corv oysters and a glass of Keytnap's best Lagi-r Hcer. I forget the number, but hare been stj ing for some thuo on tho corner ef Second nud Center Streets, Weston JAJ1K* UOIBAiV. \\r . av DKAl.Gtl in Tuva 12>\.ooi\.eA CtxttXe.,* (Short-Horns) nnd Sheep 1 Proprietor of tho \Y csVow. "VVovvvvwst, A largo supply of FLOUll, MEAL AND F15KD I constantly ou hand. Highwt prieo paid at tho Mill for Grain delivered at tho Mill mX HART'S S aw-mill & Loeo moti v W orks &c. CliAKKSKDItO, W. VA. CiVvcuViw ivw\ (The very boat raa'lo SUPERIOR GRIST MILL which con run whoro no other maKO can run, and do work whioh no other will do. ENGINES?new and second-hand?' in great variety. IRON ml BRASS CASTINGS of ?U kinds in storo. Work Warranted IUA HART Wovvm i\w\ V1V SiA1' I offer fur ?l? u>y linUM ?nd lot on tlio oott.fr of Mttln nnd 3d street!, In tUo toft' of Weston. tlimlin, u ? ?* i? my agent, .1/cOan. Mi:?. THOMAS JOYCh. uiu'TSm Shawn* Ohio.