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SAT Tj 111)A Y- ?.. June IS. x ? - ,x ? ? Time 'Cable on Jhc W .Bail road. On and after Monday, May 21th, 1880, Tenuis willjrun a* follows; OOISO NORTH. >. 1.?Tlirough taenwr mid Frrisht.? Leave Weston at o.:35 a. m., Jane Lew, 6:09; Lost ftxeek, 6:32: Mt. Clare,"0 :53; W. Clarksburg, 7:10. Arrive at Clarksburg at 7:3o. a. w. JiO 3.?War Passengers nml Frflglil.? Lekves "Weston at 1:30 p. sr.;. ?Floslier's Depot, 1 HO Jane Lew," 2:05.; *Milford Road, 2:15; Lost Creek 2:29; *Brick Church 2:33; *Skidniore?s 2 M6; Tilt. Clare, 2 :51; * Brown's Wreck, 2:5S; W. Clarksburg 3:16. Ar ' "VB ftt Clarksburg at 3:251'. at. noixo SOUTH. |o I,?ffuy Paieuffr mid Freight.? Leaves Clarksburg at,8:35 a. m. ; W. Clarksburg, fj :-16 ; ?Brown's | Crook, 9:05; Mt. Clare, 9:12 ?Skidmorc's, 9:22; *JJriek Church, 9:32; Lost Creek 0:35; ?Milford Itoad. 9:49; Jano Lew 10:00; *Flesher's Depot, 10:25' Arrivo at Weston at 10:35 a. r Ho. J.?Thtiolt Pnwtntr mid FrrishU? . LeaYCB ClnrksBurg at 4:20 r. m. ; W. Clarksburg, 4:30; Mt. Clare, 4:55; Lost - Creek, 5:17; Jano Lew, 5:41. Arrivo at Weston at 6:15 p. w. All Trains daily, except Sunday. ?Flag Stations?Trains stop horo. onlr when signalled. 1IENRY UttA'NNOX, Vice-President. B. ?? O, 11, It. Time Tabic, Tho following in the arrival of trains at Clarksburg: west noum Ho. 10*1?Mail and Kxjwm 8:00 x. v. No. J0C? Aoconiinodaliou 4:13 p. m. No. 110?ExprefJ * 7:-49 i*. v. EAST ISOU.XU. No. 105?Mail und Kxjirws 8:2-1 a Jfo. 107?Avcowiiunliuioii 11:21a ?. I No. jl<3?Kxjtrwj 7:5-1 p. u. j Local Directory. COUNTY OFPICEKS Judge Circuit Court?J.15UAKNON. I Clork ? W. O. IIAttUUIiON. I'rcs'tCounty Cuuit-r-J. I'KTKKSON. clerk - ' J wooptkk. I'rosocuting Att'y?A 10 DM IS TON Sheriff J.Cr VA-NDBHVOTK ?ijup'tJ Froc ScIijoI^ *1. W. CltOOK .County Surveyor-D. T. IM'Vl'KUSON: Assessor J?*t itatrlct J|011 Nr jvKM ? ?* G130 KISUKU. Mttfulr'iles Cow l Iliill'C Dttlii'l c. W. Turner nml IV Hurgnn. l-Wcmmi Creek \V.n, 11.11 M?l W ,/,.rfrr> Crfh . M. MuWituritr ?u'l ' fUlln't SfHl""?',? S." IS.Slllilll "?J u . Slciii (#Vec/i ? iV.V. Cl.iJcaiorWW.O-^1""1" HOLDING OF COURTS. OvvexWl Opvvrt*. t, rr^kh..r.Muy ? I'fostm,. -KM ?f M""1' J"' :T, lU.nJ.lfli. 11.1. ?<"y z oi -'l ?I'lii.tur 10th ??f Ayrd a'"1 ua; ~1' , A,,ril ?'() and Novcmte 2.1. (Cnllioun, a- ^ 0 ' eovv.xWs ?.o\\v\6.. 1 ?..:s Firt-t MouJay i," Kcbruary. Amd .lu?=. August, W?l>? ??'' Uu"0,ur'-br=cona Mo h W?-* April, Juno, Autfu.t, Oc.ukr auJ ouloun.?I"".''''1 M?n'u? P"brua ry, Marcli. Ausust, Septem ber or.il Sovc\?bcr. TOAYK ?FFW6RS. uwr-s. w lici-mUi i. ? t. H.tW. AUfrliwt-Ut Sl,c ' 2?/ A- C. Hale. 8r7 H'ui-d?.fames Burns. -II/, 'll'crrtl?Josiipl. A; Whm?. Serjmut.-l. S. Wtlktosou. f;v ^rac^l',anB".??V.?,t".WTlSra Mou' J?i'? <*??? ma^s. 0'iiAiu, if- J' J.J. l'lrrKitgow, See ,u. r. .v. W. l>. Caiu-rh, Si-e O.lLONUl. WllJS?S will illtwjucptj 1,ill this week to ejilaMUh. n W> route fri." Ji.cUHO.ivillo to Welisjcr Court llnu?', \ViilkorMMlw, dimly Knrk ami ^llncltor'w \ull?y. ' ltKUamUH.?ll?v- W. K ' of I'strkcvsUurg, will l're,lcl'. Bil Clialfiinl'a Hull SiiU.riluy Bviitting. ami Suiuliiy inor|ii?8 J"11' ovuntng. Announcements For Sheriff. ?ufi ?.rc """"'omco Kprr h\ "."candidate for llsa cilice oTfelierilV of Lewis count/. For County Surveyor. > 10 ?nn??nre EDCAtt A. Uh.\NKTT nj a undldiile Tor Conntr Sumjor-robjret lo (lie decision orilie Uemocmtic Primary Election. For Assessor. J?.!?!""6111 10 nnnonnco S. 0. ROIIRROUGB as a candidate for Assessor in tho 2d District of Lowis county. n/Sit?" n,u,loriz5'1 t0 nnnounco W. II. COOKMA.N us a. candidate for Asicssoror the Mm District of La wis county, ?We arc authorized to announce \Z. T. TILLMa.Y as a candidate lor tho position of Assessor of the Second Assessment Dis trict of Lovris county* I h ireby annonnce myself a3 a candidate for Assessor of the First District?subject to tho decision of the Primary Election. CRKRD A. GRANT. Ifcarcraathorized to announce P. CUM illSS, Esq., m a candidate for Aisessor in the First District of Lewis county FORSALK" Tlic Comity Poor Farm. The undersigned wilt rcceiro proposals for the purchase of the County Toor Farm, situate on Grass Lick Run o! Stooo #ConI | Creek. Said Farm consists of j 325 AGEESI ' About 200 Acres Cleared I and under good cultivation. | I also inrito proposals for tho snle to tho conntyof , A SMALL FARM I of about 100 acres, within a faw miles of . Heston, suitable for a County Poor Farm. | JAS. W WOFFINDIN, | | Clerk Board Overseers Poor. I Weston. June 9,1&S0. | An infant child of C. C. Pritcli I ard's died this week. j A most pleasant danco was had ,at tho risidoiice of James McGann on Mdndav eve. I ? I A Mail Route has been estab lished from Lemuel Bailey's on | Leading Creek, to Troy. Several communications and; other important matters were un avoidably left out this week. They will appear in our s^oxt issue. Just as wo go to press we loam fchr.t tho West Virginia Press Asfc ciation has decided to hold its next session in this p'aco the sec ond Wednesday in June, l'SSl. Attention is called to the ad vertisement of Dr. Bailey, in this issue. The Doctor keeps a first class drug store, and we cheerfully recommend him to the public. It was related to us that this week while tho dispatches from Chicago were being bulletined at Fluster's, Dunnington had a sign out "Fresh butter Jo cents." And when tho bulletin announced "Garfield 390," Mr. Dunnington an nounced "Fresh butter 10 cents." He told our informant- that if Gar field was elected ho would give it away. ______ Notice to Tsacueks.?The Lew is county Teachers Institute will bo held at tho Bound ICnob school house, on Big Skin Creek, com mencing August 9th, 18S0, to con tinue five days. Prof. II. G. Law flon, Principal of the Weston Gra ded School will conduct tho insti tute. An examination of teach ers will be held at tho samo place on the week following Uio close of the insitutc. COU.N'XV SUPT. Tub Ctosixo Exercises at tiih AcADEMy,?Editor JJcmncrut;?Last Friday evening transpired one of the grandest closing exercises ever witnessed in the Weston Acade my. Tho music added charmingly to the occasion. Miss Ida Bran non odiciated at tho organ. Tho choir rendered tho choicest and most elegant pieccs extant. The orations, declamations and rehear sals were most oloquent and mag nificently delivered. The question for debate, Jiesolvtd, "That Ameri ca's ehamo has been greator than her glory," was very skillfully and elaborately argued by Messrs. II. M. Maxwell and W. B. McGnry on the aflirmativc and Milton Steele and W. W. Branuon on the nega tive;'the question was decidod unanimously in favor of the affirm ative. Dr. A. M. Dent, W. S. Smitli and Andrew Kd'niston ac ting as judges. Tho school turned .out four graduates, namely Misses Laura and Molly Simimerville, Mr. II. J3. Maxwell ami G. B. Ed* miston. Tho graduates, we un derstand passed a spjondid exam ination. The diplomas were pre sented by Mr. Andrew Ediniston, who made one of tho most elegant and appropriate addresses we have over heard delivered on an occa sion of this kind. Tho school ten der sincere thanks to the accommo dating families ofW. S. Smith and G. C.'Danser for favors rendered to the succcs of this grand affair by them. X. rVHSOXA L MESTIOX. . Mrs. G. J. Arnold went to Balti more this week. Wo noticed Mr! P. Kenan, one of Clarksburg's Councilman, on the streets lust week. Judge Bramion and VV. ,G. Ben nett, Esq?, left for Webster county on Tuesday. W. B. McGary is-still in the law oil ice of W. E. Lively, ill Freeman't Greek District I "Joe" Bishop, of Weston, who has been an employe in this oflico for several years, left us this week for Virginia. T. Jr. Marshall, of tho Gilmerik, called 011 us on Saturday. IIo was on his way to Morgantown. J. J. Peterson is absent this week attending the Press Association and the commencement exercises at Morgantown. Mis3 Molly Clifford, one of Clarksburg's accomplished daugh ters, presided at tho organ last Sunday in tho Catholic Church. ? Miss Mary Tracy, who has been visiting Iter friends and relatives in Wheeling, returned homo last Thursday. II. G. Lawson, C. B. Ilolt, and Miss Dora Cludfunt, teachers in the Weston Graded School, left us this week for their respective homes, school having closed on Friday last. AndrewEdmiston, Esq., will very likely represent Lewis county in the next Legislature. Iiis firmness ami ability would make him a use ful member in that body. Send him by all means.?JSuckhannon Manner. T. R. Cherry, of Webster, an nounces in this issue that he is prepared to accommodate persons visiting Addison this summer. Mr. Cherry is well prepared to accom modate-visitors, and keeps a good house. Colonei A. W. Woodford and Mr. G. L. Traeey will leave next week for Cincinnati, to attend tho Mil ler's National Convention, und will not return until after the National Democratic Convention. Mr. W. V. Chidoster's numerous friends in different sections of the county have been urging him to run for the office of Sheriff. Mr. Chidester requests us to say to liis many.friends that ho will not ho a candidate for that oflico uudcr any circumstances. Baltimore Lire Stock Mar la! lor May 21. Beef Cattle.?The market was more activo than lust vrcek, and | prices a shade higher. All tho of-1 ferings were sold, including a few left over from last week. 1 lie qual ity was quite good, of a better average than last week, there being very few common Cuttlo in the yard8, with few sales under $5, the extreme prices being 3a$5 50, with most sales at 5 00 to ?5 87^ per 100 lbs. Mn.cu Caws.?Trade was slow. We quote at 20u$40 per Head, a3 lo quality. Prices this week for Beef Cattle ranged as follows: Best Beeves at 5 12u$5 50; that generally rated first quality -1 l'2a*5 22; medium or good fafr quality 3 60 a$4 12; ordimirv thin Steers, Oxen, and cows 8 00a$o 50; extreme rungo of prices 3 00u$o 50. Most of the sales were from 5 00 to 5 37 per 100 lbs. Of tho receipts 480 head came from Ohio, 87 from Virginia, 00 from West Virginia, *29 from Maryland, 0 from Illinois,2l2lrom Missouri New York 1C0 from Kentucky and 5 head from Pennsylvania and 0 from Tennessee*?total receipts for tho week 923 head against 1SC0 last Monday and 1272 head same time last year. Of the oflerings 905 iiead " were taken by Baltimore butchers, 00 sold to Washington city butchers, 21 to country deal ers, and 10 head to Eastern specu lators?total sales for the week, <05 head against 1052 last week, and 108 head same time last year. Swim:.?Tho receipts are some what less in numbers than tho rather light run of last week, and the quality of tho offerings about the samo as it was then. _ Tho most acceptable weights conliaue to be 150 to 175 lbs gross. Trade has been fair, but not active, in all yards, with prices ^c hgiher. We quote rough Hogs at 5.}a(S els, und tho better grados at Gai>j| cents per lb net, with a fair number at the latter figure. Arrivals this week ?KSSO head against 5310 last week, and 7-151 head same timo last year. Sheep and Lamhs.?There has been a good demand hero for good Sheop, chiellv by outside parties, and all the offerings have been dis posed of. Lambs were plentiful, wi excess of tho demand, which was unite slow, and owing to the heavy decline in Eastern prices quota tions hero were lower, with a very slow trade. We quote common to fair Sheep at 2Aa-4 ccnts, and good to extra 4|a5 cents. Lambs -lafi.V cents per lb gross. Arrivals this week ?jli?7, head against 0003 last weok, and S158 head sumo time last year.. HOTEL ARRIVALS. vwm, wisto, w. h Arrivals for the wcolc cmling June lOlli: M. D. Walker, M. 0. Uuiloy, John MiiUiidy, 1'. T. 1;. Queen. I'. lCilinmuli*) 1'.. Drown, 1). S. Killov, L. Walker, O. Uuriuhlu, J. Walker, Miss Josio Walker, Miss A. Boati,' Jane Lew; W. Blake, llockford; (). B. Wheeler, J. S. Shepler, F. M. Glialfant,D. Butcher, II. Jiuteher, Jonas Friend. L. Hall, W. T. Butcher, G. W. Ciook, V. Hurst, Drs. Gibson and McKinley, J. L.' Hinzman, J. Alferd, Cr. C. Smith, D. Beachler, JR. II. Horner, C. L. Bush, C. T. Summers, G. W. Davisson, i). S. All man,S. Hughes, J. K. P. Maxon, J. jams, J. N. Hinaman, A. W. Woodford; G. W. Bennett, E. B. I loach, IT. M. L. Davis, W. Props, L. 1). Reger, John Oldaker, J. li. Hersman, G. D. Queen, J. Balltfrd, If. Wheeler, 1\ Hawkins, li. N. Ervin, E. I*. Pum phrey, county; Miss Lettio Fitts, Adamsville-, Ohio; Mrs. Eva Ives, New Martinsville; J. E. Waggoner, C. Tolburt, 0. A. ITvre, N. 15. Pet erson, W. B. Lingor} L. A. Linger, L. Clark, N. T. Watson, N. T. ilel inick, M. L. Ilardman, II. M. Hess, G. W. Linger, F. A. Marsh, L. W. jiartlett, W. V. Chidester, Austin; J. M. Deyiney, Wheeling; It. Cook-; man. Charleston; G. W. Frey, Lost Creek; 1.1. Watson,Sprigg Corlov, E. G. Smith, G. W. Ilall, G. Cook, .T. W.Oden, Iloanoke; W. Perkins, G. F. Taylor and wife. W. E. Ilay moud, Sutton; M. West and J. N. Bush, Troy; E. Smith, Cedar Creek; L. A McNemar, D. ' U. O'Brien, J. A. Williams, Weston; W. W. Henderson, J. W. Edwards, G. M. Burns, Burnsville; 0. R.and C. M. Smith, Dr. Roach; Gaston; J. IT. Hutchison, A. fS. Trimble, Hookersville; M. G. Graves, Som merville, John Green, Augusta county, Virginia; J. Marshall, Cal houn county; W. E. Graves, Hag eratown, Pennsylvania ;G. Skinner, N. 0. Rohrbongh, Ilushville; A. Bennett, Skin Creek; JL Fox, T. Ancel, Jacksonville; W. Williams,. Harrison county; J. H. Ballard, Beall's Mills; X. II.. Keriij W. Sprigg, Walkersville; R. M. Chid ester, "Johntown ; Frank Todd, Gil ifier county; A. B. Clark, T. E. Hodges,Buckhnnnon; J. 0. McCoy, Salt Lick; M. J. Donahoe, Galfi polis, Ohio; 51. C.,Duke,Baltimore; J. Gordon, Clay county; & Clev cngor, E. J. Clevengor, Ritchie county; G. Rainev, Glenvillo; J. W. Simpson, Palatine. "^o\ve.e.s. Flake white, blushing lily and Sairds bloom of youth at Morrow & ITorsman's. Remember that I take the lead in Stationery & Blank Books. J. FINSTER. Trimmed arid untrirambd hats and-bonnetta constantly on hand at Mrs. Atchison's. * Notice.?I havo onened a naw line of Groceries ana Confection eries, on Second Street, three doors below Ross,' opposite the Ifayden House. I take this method of inviting all my old customers to call. " J. S. "Wilkinson. Paints, oils, brushes,varnishes, glass, putty, lime .and ivliito wash brushes at Morrow & Heraman's Mrs. Atchison has on hand a full line of Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, Hamburg's, Corsets, ICid Gloves, LJarasols,Fans, plain, striped andj brocadod trim ming Silks, Zephyrs,Gerinantuwns, Worsted Goods, which will be sold cheap. Dross Buttons and "Fringes at Mrs. Atchison's. Choice Buckwheat Flour fo sale at the "Woodford Mills. Gregory's is the place ;for your stoneware. A full lino of roll gold jewelry at Mrs. Atchison's. Bring your produce to Gregory's in exchange for his cheap goods. Glass and Queenswarc at Grego ry's. lie will not bo undersold. Bokkman's Swkrt VEmm'UfiB.? Is the name of a pleasant worm medicino'that children will tuke without any trouble, and beg for more. If worms exist it will de stroy and expel them. No oil or other physic needed to carry it ofi*. For sain by donlers generally. I'ricc 25 cents per bottle. Examino Gregory's stock of dry goods, j They are cheap. Tin ware, at Gregory's?buy anil save 20 per cent. I want it distinctly understood tlmt'I can now sell better and cheaper goods in my lino than over before offered in this market Mrs J. E. Atchinson. CoiTee 15, IS and 20ets por pound nt Gregory's. Foil Sai.k.?1Tho ? AVoston Steam Tanvai'd. For particulars apply to * T. A. Edwabds. * Finest brands of Clgara to be liad at J. H. Care's. Mrs. M. J. Shaw, formerly Minerva J. Fisher, lias removeil from IJuckiiannon to Weston. She has on lmnd a large stock of Milli nery Goods which sha proposes to sell cheap, and invites her friends to call and oxRinine her goads be fore purchasing -elsewhere. She has a large assortment of Notions such as kid gloves, corsets, hose laces, hamburgs, parasols, fans zophrys, and notions, in general., Cull and see bar goods whito they are fresh. Mace of residence next door bolow Klias Fisher's. She is prepared for bleaching and clean ing up hats. Dresses cut and made to order. The host?tho cheapost, tlio "Ut tlo^Joker," at Barnes, Go to Gregory's for your cheap grocerios. Flowers,'from 8 ?hte Por bunch, at Mrs. Atchinson 8. Examino Gregory's slock of hats ?they are low from 50r.ts.up. Black too, 40, CO, SOcts Mid $1 00 at Gregory's. . . I I lmvo now on hand my. now I stock of spring and summer goods, and am offering everything at a much lower price than over offered in this market before. Sirs. J. E. Atclunson. Fresh Buckwheat Flour for sale cheap at Barne's Grocery. You can get bargains in the confectionery- line, for e#?? ? J. S. Wilkinson's. Fine toilet articles and perfumery at Morrow A Ilersinan's. I want my enstomors and friends to conic and soo me in my now quarters; in the rooms recently | occupied bv J. A. liaracy,_ whero Ii am offering better bargains than over. Mrs. J. E. Atclunson. I Go to Morrow it Tlorsnmn's for pure drugs and patent medicines. j uyc x XjXjI3ST EER/S" i I have a liandsomo lino of Mil linery Goods, such as Flowers, Satins, Sillcs, New Bonnebb Sillcs, with Cash' mere effects, Laces, .Feath ers, Fancy Ribbons, Bon net ts, Black and. Tjwit6. | Leghorns, Black $ White Chip Straws, Trimmed and I Untrimmeil, for Ladies and Children. far Now goods ordered cach ' 'Veek' MRS. ATCHISON. imsi-w fibm. I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL City Cigar Store j Jufsr & Sotoist, ?Man ulhcliuir of nnd dealers in? At the JScw Brick Building Philadelphia Cigars: Key East MorninjCGlory, Key East Idol, Bumble Bee, Peculiar, Tennessee BrnndB, Principe, Jtc.', 'New York Cigars: Floweraof Perfection, Concha Re galia,Capaduras, Cabanas, Daisies, Our Daddies, Honey Bees, Ameri can BabieB, Ac. Domestic: Swiss Cigar, Fancy Pressed, American Cousin, The Posies, Seed Stogies, excellent flavor; Round Stogies, Tips, Cigarettes ; also a groat variety of Chowing and Smoking Tobacco, Home-Medo Smoking Tohacco, Cigar Holders, Pipes, Matches, Snuff, &c. COMB AND SEE US. JUFEK & ZOBRIST. To the People: \ote the Standard Siorc. We buy your produce for cash, sell you goods for cash, and do bus iness on tlio standard principle. Everything you want at Chalf ant's Standard Store, Chalfanl's Hull Building, Main Stre?t, Weston. Near the Addison Salt Sulphur Springs, Webster Co./W. Va., Will open Juuc lOtli, 1880, for tlio fomon. It Imi the mostpleasant grounds, and is tho most comfortable house in the county. First-class board, and horses well cared for. GIVE ME A CALL. T. U. CHERRY. Legal Notices. land'sale." in Ilia m D. Linger, Executor, T? Matilda M. Linger and others. By virtue ol a decree of the County Conrt of Lewis county, in this caw, I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the court home of LowU county, On the 2il day of August, 1SSO, that being tho first day of tho August term of the County Court of LowU county, a tract of 108 ACHES AND 11G POLES OF LAND, on Rond Hun, a branch of nig Skin Cicelc, in Lewis county, devised by Nicholas D. Linger luhis will to his daughter, Mary June Linger. TERMS OF SALE. A credit of one 'und two years, the pur chaser to give notM with good security, hearing interest. I1KNKY BRANNOX, Special Commissioner. junel2 To Inventoro and Mechanios PATHNTS and how to obtain them Pamphlet of Cfl pages Iroc, upon receipt of titamps for Postage. Address? Gii.mork, Smitu & Co., Solicitor of Patent*, Uox 31, AVnsbiugton, D 0 Nov2378ly ??Bi@tfe?iig New| A City Drug- Store in Weston Sept and. Connoted, on Gity Style. BT DB. wiirEJ. BAILET, Who has now located in Woston, and will give his entire attcntionl to medicine proper?Practical Medicine?in his store; carefully aud. curatoly compounding Prescriptions and dispensing Medicinos to .tlioj ailing and suffering everywhere. He keeps constantly 011 lmnd everything found In a FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE. Remember lids new enterprise is for the benefit pen/Ac of WESTON Am LEWIS G0TOTY.I The Doctor still remembers his manv cherished friend of Hackcrlal Creek District, and now invites everybody ?" <?.!? jpB ? C In his now home. 1880. 1880. NEW SUMMER GQODp Your "Wants Can Be Supplied In Ladiei' Preis Roods, PrinlJ, Ginghams, Dlcaclied and Blown Muiltni, Wliito and.'C0l0Kd!8i able Mdoni, Tickings, Towelings, Shirtings, i*c.t nlfo a good lino of ISTOTIOlsTS, Such as Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Collars, HibVons, Ties,^ans,j, Parasols, Ac., ifcc. MEN'S WEAR, Including Clotlis, Cnssimoros, Tweeds, Jeans, Cottonmlcs, Linens??.' I[ats, Men's, Ladies and Children's Shoes, j Also ft full stock of Groceries, Queensivare, t HARDWARE, J'tott, jiiifflft jM, And a General stock of Merchandise too tedious to onumoratcSL Produce Taken in Exchange for Goods,, Give mo a call and examine* my Goods before making your purchases. Respectfully, GEORGE ROSS. " ?WZESTOHSr, "W". YA. J, H. RARE, DRUGGIST, XO. 11, MAIN ST., WESTON, "W". VA. Tl.e oldest, largest and best DEU& STO&E in this section of tiio State.?My stock of ev erything to be found in a first cluss Drug Storo is full anil complete. , Prescriptions of Physicians n specialty. I keep all kinds ol* Notions, Books, "Sta tionery, Perfumery, &c. K3crs?QaciDCDQ. LB as CD Ds. 23 of nllfkinds constantly on hand. WALL PAPER in endless variety I Buckets, tubs, brooms, wash boards Ac., at Gregor'vs. Gregory has the largest stook of confectionary and toys in town Give him a call. ! At Gregory's you can get glass sets, four pieces for HO cts. Come and sec them. At Gregory's you can get glass tumblers, -10"els por dozen, goblets, Toets per dozen. Cakes, crackors, cheese, bologna sausage, dried beef, ?fcc., at Grego ry's. Go to Barnes' for your Groceries, you will save money by doing so. lies ins, currants, citron ifce., befit | quality at Barnes. Canned corn, poaches, tomatoes, ifcc., itc., for sale at J. A. Barnes. If you will use the "Little Joker" i smoking tobacco you will use no other?at J.A. Barnes Hominy, dried corn, cranber ries, minco meat, Ac., Ac., at J. A. Barnes. Examine the castors at J. A. Barnes, I hoy are very cheap also extra caster bottlfes. Taper from 5 to 35cta p?r quire, at Morrow & Iters man's. Teas, green -10,60, SOcts an d $1 CO per pound, at Gregory's. Oranges, lemons, raisins, nuts &c., at Gregory's. All accounts due me up to March 1st, 1SS0, must bo settled by the 1st of May. Those failing to comply with this request will find their accounts out for collec tion. Mrs. J. E. Atcliinson. Good ROASTKD COPPGK put up in pound packages for 20 cents per pound at J. A. BAltNES' Grocory. John Barnes is selling Groceries of all kinds at bottom prices. Call and oxamine his slock. . Good Tips at Jlare'a. Parties in tho country, knowing themselves to be indebted to maj can settle either by cash'or pro" duce. Mrs. J. E. Atcliinson, Dr. Morris, Dentist will visit Weston 3 times a year hereafter, litis next visit wifl bo about the middle of June. 1580.