Customers in front of the Old Bailey House, Weston, W. Va.
View of the old Bailey House, located on the corner of Main and Second Streets. 'The sign 'Bailey and Tunstil' on the store was Major Bailey and his son-in-law. In the group was David Bare, father; J. H. Bare, druggist; Andrew Edmiston, known as Sr., a long prominent lawyer; and John S. Camden, later of Parkersburg. Here Thomas Jackson, J. A. J. Lightburn, Johnson N. Camden, and G. J. Butcher took examination for West Point. Butcher won, stayed a week, then came home. Jackson went as a second choice.'