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TRANSPORTATION.
Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co.
I an AND AKTKK MONDAY. APRIL
I (_/ I". 1876. Passenger Tralae will run as
i (61 mi, Wheeling time: .
I _ KAN'tHOliyp 7ifA7JV*_
I ^ No. a Not.t No 5. No 7."No 1
I K vv ks. 'a. m.Ia. m. a. m.Ia. m. p. m
1 Wtieellug I 3:2>, 6:40, D.Do. 10 3U 6.30
akkito at p. m. p. m.,
1 (/ration K:05| 4 ::*? 1 DO 3:35 9.45
a. 11
I Keyser II:? 4# 7:30 1.10
I cuniiH-rlHinl.. r.'rjoj ' 4: ?> 8 do' 2.00
I >|ml?i"K.. 2:40| j 7:lu 4.35
I Waaht'n Clljr SSMI ?J 93sj ' 7.00
italtmiore 6:5l> I 10:4.1 8 50
I 'A. 31. P. Mi
I Philadelphia..! 11 3)0 .... : 1.20
i a.m.
I NVw York 6:15 I 6:13 ...i 5.10
I Noa.1 ami "> run dally: Nos. 8 dally ex|
cent Monday; Nog.7and 43 dally except
| Sunday. No. 48 stops at all atanons be
twPPUn heeling and Oration. No.Ti-topa
I at all stations between Wheeling and
I Cumberland.
I WESTBOUND 7RAJN8.
I So -No 8 No I Jfo d
i r.f.u j ! *. *; a. m. p. m. p. m.
B Wheeling 3:25 7:40 12i5i 4:45
B a kki vic at
I ZauesvlUe ! 1-50 11:50 53/7 0:15
p. m.
B Newark 7:40 12:iu 6:151 10:15
I'ol'iiukiia 9:30 2:45 7:55. 11:40
p. m.
I ssiidosky 12:15 6:3b
a. m. a. m. a. m.
, iiio 8240 >:.?? 8.-.AI
[1 :xitoii 1:15 7:20 8.-00
11 0. m. a. m.
{ itiiclunatl - I 2:50 83)0! o.nw o.uo
i p. m.
Louisville?? 7:45 12:4010:40
i a. m. a. m. p. m. p. m.
si. i.ouls - _j :lt? K:lo 2:15 2:i5
(? I i?*. M l". .11. A. 1. A. ? |
I liiuiHHMiMJIiK? I tj:4n llnJo 6S2U 6:20
I |ie:roll I 8-.au. 10aOi 9S?...^. '
>'(?. .'and 1 run dully. No. 6 ami 8dally,
S tim-pt Sunday.
fl Past ix'iind trains make connections at
9 Baltimore for Philadelphia, New York
9 and Boston. At Washingtonlity lor all
|m>!u1> South.
West bound trains make direct eonnecH
tloiix lor all principal poinla West and
Northwest.
Pullman Mtee Steeper will run on No.
CkmI I from Ben wood in Chicago, and on
9 No. I troiu Ben wood to Columbus.
9 WHEELING PITTSBURGH AND BAL
1 J.MOKK 1)1 VISIOS.
i leave*. akk1ve8.
I Wheeling Washington Pa.,
I daily at 8:10A.M. daily at 10:V>A. M
I Wheeling "Washington, Pa.,
daily i?t 5:30 P. m.j dally at 7:25p. m.
1 Sundays excepted. I Sundays excepted.
I Tickets to all principal points on sale
I at depot, office open at all uours during
| llieOuy.
I THUS. K. SHARP,
I Master ol Transportation.
| K. T. DhVUIES.Ueneral Agent. apis
Cleveland & Pittsburgh R. R.
' CONDENSED TIME t'AKD.
I ?5 a
I i \N AND AFTER APK1L16,1876, TKAIN8
I will run Daily, (exceptSunday,)as f?l
ion, vis:
i ' accom'ol mail. express.
ii leave. ' i
BelUire 5:.V>a.m 10:50 a.m 2:.'i5 p.m.
I Bridgeport ?i:<n ' 11:00 " 2:15 "
| Martin a Perry icld " 11:08 " 2?3 "
u iw " 11 ?? ?. >? ??
I atrul-eiiville... " 123j6p. m. 3:47 "
i v^,li>vklir_ xm " 1-15 " 5:15 "
II Koclicter. 9:30 " 2:30 " 6:10 "
I akkivk.
i pittsburgh 10:35 " ! 3:40 " 7:15 "
i allodia.- 5?5p.m 9:40 " 11:55 "
1 harmourk 11:15 2:40 a.m. 3:45 a.m.
i .Baltimore 7:35 "
i u'viiuiJtloii.. 9:02 "
H Philadelphia.- 3:13a.M 7:00 " 7:35 "
SI S i Y .K 0:50 " 10:10 - 10:26 "
4:4op.m 9315 p.m.
a;ihu..-? 12:30 "15:15p.m.
Ha . 'i'ua..?....... 1:31 " 6:06 " |
hu.lv.n 2:00 " 6:32 " |
U-v.laud 3:10 " ' 7:35 "
Ft. Wayne 11:50" 2:45 a.m.,
Chicago i 6:5oa.M 8:20 "
Arrniutiiodaiioii tratu leaves Bellaireat
<:?' p. x., Hii l arrive* at Steubenvllle at
j Arc. turned itlon trains leave
1 re at 9:5o a. in , and 12:50 p. in.;
j.' I it K': na.m.and 1:06p. ni:arrive
# 1 i 'l mi's Ki-rrv at lo:15a. in. and 1:15 p.
| I m. Returning have Martin's Ferry at
Erf i. oa.ni., ninl 3:00 p.in.: Bridgeport 11:40
f I * m.,Hint t?. in.; arrive at Bellalre at
I li ' > a. mi., intl 125 p. in.
I IV ki ts t<> all principal points In the
I fct- in! West can be procured at the
I Ob Tlekel Office In MoLure House, anil
I at the station at Bridgeport.
I K. K. MYEHH,
I ai'.s (i.-ae:,' I Passenger A Ticket Agent.
i headquarters for
I STYLISH BOOTS & SHOES.
j fuH Urn*ofPVIIsI
. iVl ses'dk children'a
,j White* Fancy
menf of Child
J These good s
* il !? siild mi bottom prices at the Palace
| sion*. a iuvim:,
*" lllo MAIN KtttKKT, Opposite HarPer's
Ketai I llirt Store. apr22
Hutchins' Music Store.
EJ P1NKST I,< >T OF UKKMAN ACCORF
DKONS, \ lollns. Flutes, Itnnlo*. t.ul<r?.
brumsami B?nd instrument* U>U'
pjj ' mill in the city.
Ss-ond lutinl hruss tnstruineiits wanted
W. S. Ill'K M INS.
rarfl No. du Twelfth Street
CRANBERRIES.
.")K \ KKFl.s HAND-PIt KKIX KANHKK ?
ri.-s, \i-ry choice ami the last ot the sea*
n.jnst received by
>l'-l R. J. SMYTH.
SUNDRIES.
Raker's Rroma.
linker's Cocoa Shells.
'taker's Premium Chocolate.
. oerinan Sweet Chocolat*.
4 .Kv iporalcd Apples, very flue,
j " Peaches, "
fl i o cherries Hi X ll> cans, pitted,
a hr. .1 Cherries, pitted,
a Kr.-?h Pumpkin, lu cans.
< Hiiiai| strawlM-rles, Ac., ?tc.
H .1 SMYTH
I *P-l Cor. Market and Fourteenth
ILEWI S & BRO,
dkai.kkm in
Loaf Totoaooo, I
MS WEST MAIN STLouisville,
Kentucky.
^"Tobacco purchased on oominisslou.
mrSlh
Gordon'? Food j
?roK?
UOKNEfl A.-vD CATTLE!
<>r?-at Economical Keed for Stock, Re"tn-i*
uj one-lourth,
Becurea Good Appetite, Perfect*
Ingestion, Clean Skin. Gloesy
Coat, Bright Eyea,
Health, Longldle .and
He re to for e Ln.
known Vigor. .
n ti*eby principal Herae Ratlroada In
'' aiMphta, RalUinore, New York and
rnuburgh. and by all wuo value speed,
*ul>' and health In their horses.
,, UKRALD GORDON A OO^h-uten.
and Mannfttctnreri. PhlladeJP'lla,
N(.w York, Pittsburgh, Chicago.
A<euu for West Virginia,
dwil HAN ULAN A IILLEI,
0(?Jjgevb UiU Main St., Wheeling
' Wheeling Agister.
Terms, by Mail, in Advance.
DAILY BEQ1STEB.
: One year JK 001 Three nionth?...$2 00
Hlx mouths. 4 00] One month.. 75
TKI-WEEKLY BEOIHTEB.
Published every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday.
One copy, 1 yr...$4 00 IOu? corn-, 6 mos-Ti 00
WEEKLY BEOI8TER.
One copy, 1 yr...*2 001 Kivecoples.l yrf 0 00
One copy. 0 mow 1 00 I Ten coploa.1 yr. IK 00
RATES OF ADVERTISING
IN
THE DAILY REGISTER.
One square?% Inch space.
One time J 75 I One month f 6 00
Two times 1 25 Three mouths. 12 On
One week 2 So | One year 25 00 (
One square changeable once a week 250,
Special Notices 2a per cent additional.
Advertisements to occupy tlxed places 25
percent additional.
Cuts will be charged double for space
occupied
Dott it > c.i.-uu advertisements, 50 per <
cent aud". t.cnkl. ,
Loca. Notices 15 cents per line?bat no
loe?t ncncsutU be inserted/or Leu than onk I
DOL1.A& . '
All advttusements, except for establish- |
ed business houses,must be paid for in advance.
Hills with regular advertisers rendered 1
quarterly. s
All bills due on the first appearance ot ,
the advertisement.
Yearly advertisers will be confined to t
their legitimate business, and all adver- ]
tisemenlsuot connected with it vri.i be
charged for at our regular rates.
11
TIIK \ I KCi 1XIA PROTENT A XT KPIS* t
CVPAIi (O.NVKNTIOX. t
Full lt<']ior( or (he Proceedings. (
Alkaandria, Va., May 19, '70. t
e
last day. ]
At tho morning session of the Council t
to-day, Rev. T. P. Martin presented the i
report of the Episcopal fund, which was t
read and received. Routine reports from 1
a number of other committees were also i
received. t
General Francis H. Smith presented a \
preamble setting forth the alarming pro- ?
gross of intemperance in our land, and \
providing for a select committee of six? t
three of each order?to consider the 6ub- s
jeet and suggest some way to mitigate the
evil, and report to the Council. Agreed to. t
Rev. H. M ason presented a resolution s
providing that one session of the Council 1
shall be set apart for tho consideration of 1
diocesan missions and hearing reports c
from individual missionaries. Agreed to. r
Judge Shetfey, from the selectcommit- t
tee appointed to coufer with the Rishop c
on the subject of an assistant, submitted t
the report which I telegraphed the Dts \
p<itch last night. The report was unani- t
mously adopted. [
J udge Shelley also submitted the report
of the committee to whom was re- t
ierred the proposition for a new diocese f
in West Virginia, as 1 telegraphed you j
last night. The report wus discussed at h
some length. t
Rev. Mr. Grammer, from Jefferson t
county, protested agHinst forcing dele- h
gates from Jefferson aud Berkeley coun- a
ties, which properly belong to the Yal- p
l^\r i.i nn uopiwa ihn Binnnt?in? int<> West \
vj s,~ ? - - ?
Virginia. s
Mr. Gratnmer moved to amend the ro- a
port so a? to call for a convocation of all b
tbe churches in West Virgiria except w
the parishes in Jeffer.on arid Berkeley
counties.
Mr Gibbons and others urged the
adoption of the amondtnont, and hoped c
the top of the Alleghany mountains e
would be the line. a
The report was discussed very warmly n
bv nearly every delegate from West c
Virginia, and by some very excitedly. p
On motion of Dr. isprigg, the usual tl
recess at 11 o'clock for divine service e
was dispensed with. n
Dr. l'eterkin moved to add Morgan S
county to the counties named in the re- h
port. o
Mr. G rammer, from Jefferson county, a
W. Va.. said he believed the advance- e
merit of the Church interest would be a
hindered by the alliance with the church ti
in that State. West Virginia had reach- d
ed her arm away over the Allegheny H
mountains and taken the two richest ti
counties in all that Valley. Now these o
church people want to reach their arm si
away back over the Allegheny mouu- p
tains and take the richest church counties i<
in the Valley The speaker then proceed- si
ed to speak at some length of the c
difference of the people between the east b
and west, and to say that it was equal to d
the difference between Massachusetts and n
North Carolina, mere whs no reason, n
except political, why these counties should s
lie included any more t .an Augusta or ji
Rockingham, and certain political mat- v
ters ought not to be considered. He said t
his first choice was to have no division of a
the diocese, and he would vote against v
it when it came to that. fi
Dr. Norwood suggested that the Dio- t
ceee of Virginia would pledge $1,000 for f
five years to aid ail independent diocese >'
in West Virginia. If at the end of that c
time West Virginia is notable to support a
a bishop, why, then she can fail.
>1 r. Carter, of l>ancaster, presented a J
resolution to carry out this view, but the
Chair ruled it out of order.
A motion to lay on the table was lost *
by a large majority.
Bishop Whittle said that the question .
was not the formation of a diocese, but
merely the calling of a conference; and ?
the amendment proposed merely embraced
a different territory from that pn?posed
in the committee's report. He '
thought, however, it would be an outrage P
to exclude the counties in the Valley if ,v
they wanted to go.
Mr. Gratnmer's amendment was then i j
lost, and the committee's report adopted i
by a large majority. 1
General Smith, from the Committee of s.
Intemperance, presented a series of resolutions
for a pastoral letter from the
Bishop, to be read by the pastor of each a
of the churches, on the subject of intern- t
perance; that the clergy present to their v
congregations a wise, judicious and scriptural
view of the subject; that the laity r
be earnestly exhorted to consider the f
evil tendencies to themselves of social f
drinking, especially in public places, Ac. , ]
A (footed. ,
r--- .
Kev. Mr. Walker, from the Committee '
on the Slate of the Church, presented a I
report which states that the general eon- i
dition ot the Church is the same as last c
year. The other facta, or many o! them, i
have already been covered in my dis- t
patches. f
A good deal of routine business was \
transacted, and the usual resolutions ot | t
thanks passed. '
The standing committees of last year ' t
were re-elected.
Judge Sheffey, from the Committee on 1 |
Clerical Support, reported that the | i
chi: v hcs were delinquent $329,194 in the
payment ol salaries of clergymen. |
Seventy-seven churches in fifty-three
parishes were reported delinquent! Ac- , 1
companying the report was a resolution {
insisting upon the prompt payment ofj j
clergymen's salaries. I
On motion of Mr. Dashiell, the Coun- t
cil, after devotional exercises, adjourned i?
sine die. ! |
A widow and a widower, strangers,
in a Boston street car, with the widow's 1
little daughter between them. "Don't J
fall, baby?papa would he sorry.,' says i I
the widower, as the car lurche*, Ttie I
child says: "Bapa's dead," and the widow J <
gently weeps. "You dot any little dir.a?" i <
continues the little one. "I bad a little j <
girl, but she and her mother died," was i
the reply. Teara In widower's eyes. |
Mutual sympathy. That is the way ae- i
cording to the Globe, that the making of ' i
a matrimonial match beganj in what it j i
calls "prosaic Boaton."
I f f
THE WHEELING
The Kojul Line ?f Braail and Ports
It is Dearly four centuries since Brazi
was discovered, and although now inde
pendent of Portugal, it has always beer
governed by the same royal family. Foi
a pori<>d of its early history the occupa
tion ol some of its seaport towns was disputed
by the French; but they were finally
driven oil. and the country was ever
afterward governed as a viceroyalty ol
Portugal, until in 1807 the two countries
singularly changed relations, Brazil becoming
the seat of government.
Portugal temporized to ho purpose with
Mapoleon, having yielded to his preten
sions until warned of the futility of such
measures by the example of the udsuccesslul-servil'ty
ol Spain, Then the royal
family of Braganza took a step which astonished
all Europe. It was regarded as
cowardly, but in their helpless condition
it was certainly politic.
It was in order to save bloodshed, and
witb the hope that the invader would
spare his subjects in consequences of his
jwii unqualified submission, that Dom
Joao, after counselling bis afflicted people?who
desired to detain bim, and
wouldibave maintained his rights at all
lazarus?to obey Mapoleon implicity,
;mbarked in haste with his family. He
>ado adieu to the thousands who had assembled
to witness the sad spectacle, and
eft his native shores to seek a refuge in
his distant colony. Thus the loss to
tWiifful nrnun/l u train ts* Rro/il Mhn
L ... mS... C . ...
issumed the tirst rank, and after the general
peace of Europe still maintained it,
he sovereign preferring to remain, and
0 govern the old country with a delegaed
power for some years.
In 1821 King Joao VI. bad become
lisgusted with the new world, and his enmiy,
Napoleon, having no longer possesion
of Portugal, he returned to his home,
eaving his son Pedro to govern Brazil
is a viceroy. But the Brazilians, havng
once assumed the first rank, were naurally
unwilling to be superseded again
>y Portugal. Accordingly in the fbllowng
year they declared their independence,
installing the viceroy as Emperor,
vith the title of Pedro I. Tho Portuguese
made a show of resistance, but the
vhole affair was accomplished without
>loodshod, to the general satisfaction ot
ill parties.
T>> sum up the subsequent history of
ho Brazilian throne, it is sufficient to
ay that the first Emperor, on account of
.is unwillingness to grant the people a'
iberul constitution, was obliged to abdiate
in 1831. Like the father, he took
efuge in the home of his ancestors. At
hat time the present Emperor was a
bild. Tho empire was accordingly govirned
by a regency, until the year 1840,
vhen Dom Pedro II., although only fif
een years of age, assumed tho supremo
lower.
Upon tho abdication of Dom Pedro I,
he constitution was altered to a more relubiican
form. The power of the Emicror
was limited, for although he holds
1 higher title, and receives a salary fifteen
lines Inrger than that of the President of
he United States, yet his prerogative is
ess in many respects. Tho veto power
mounts to very iitt e. If an enactment
lasses both Houses, he has a right to
vithh?ld his sanctio/i at first. It is then
ent back to them, and if they pass it
gain, even by no greater majority than
efore, it becomes a law.?Captain CodKin,
in the <Jataxy for June.
Cx-Uoternor Bullock's Arrest.
urvHi I'uruurauuus u?>u uuun muic wv
orrupt public men than any other influnee
in the country. They are continu1
applicants for legislation, and as they
eed immense sums of money and vast
oncessions of land they are willing to
ay liberally. It is a sad reflection that
he development of the country by such
nterprises has been attended with so
uch corruption in Congress and the
tate governments. Ex-Governor Bul ck,
of Georgia, who is soon to be tried
n the charges of cheating Hnd larceny
fter trust, may be an example of this
vil. He is accused of paying to an imginary
Tennessee car company forty
imusand dollars for cars that never were
elivered while he was Governor. His
ight front Georgia in 1871, his resignalon
ot bis oflice, written from New York,
n the poor excuse that the political peruculion
to which he was exposed derived
him of usefulness to the State, and
? escape to Canada when a detective was
entalt'T him. are suspicious eircunutanes.
Mr. Bullock now claims that he has
een ready tj go to Georgia at any time
uring the past two years, yet he does
01 explain why he did not earlier seek
is vindication. The people of Atlanta
eern to hare conlidence in his ability to
irovu that he is innocent of the offences
nth which he is charged, and it is said
hat he could have secured hail to the
mount of a million of dollars. But
/bother he is innocent or guilty the very
that he is accused is a mortification
i> the American people. For the first
ime in unr history the Senate is engaged
11 trying an officer of the Cabinet for
riminal odonces and a State court has
n ex-Governor under arrest for fraud.
?
fEFFERNON OX Pl'RLIC NALA
HI EH.
i I.elter He Wrote when He km
Neeretar> of Nlate.
Philadklpuia, Jan. 2, 17U3.?7b the
speaker of the House of Representative*?
ik: According to the resolution of the
louse of Representatives on the 31st
)oceinber, delivered to ine yesterday, I
ave the honor to lay before you a list of
everal persons employed in my office,
nth the salaries allowed to each, a# foldws:
ieorue Taylor, jr., chief clerk ft!*)
itcoo Knckweli clerk _..... .Vw
'. IVifter, clerk 6C0
tulip Kreneon, clerk ot foreign languages
? - ?... 350
laiiipannt'roabj", messenger and orticekeej>er
_ -. 250
The act of Congress of June 4, 1790Jlowcdmean
additional clerk. After
lie retirement of the person first appointd,
whose services had been particularly
lesirable. because of his long and intinato
acquaintance with the papers of the
(tficfc, it did not appear necessary to make
iiture use oi the indulgence ol that law.
So new appointment, thereof has been
nade.
The clerk tor foreign languages has
>ut half the tu.ua! salary. I found his
* ' - ** nnt wKnn T
lerksmp on iuis eauiuiimimnuk ?uvu ?
hhip into office, and made no change in
t, except that in the time of his prede.-etsor,
when transactions were required
Vom any language with which be was
inacquainted, they were sent to a special
.ranslator and paid tor by the public.
The present clerk it required to defray
.his expense himself.
1 have the honor to be, with the most
jerfect respect, sir, your meet obedient
ind most humble servant.
Thomas JrrrMsow.
c?akln|ai?Mlllf Ualalag.
From the Democratic and Hronlcle.
Kuaooe Oorkling is rapidly increasing
n strength as a Presidential candidate.
The fact that New York is to be the batLie
ground, and the probability that 1 tli>
n will marshal! the Democratic hosts,
intensely the desire among Republicans
to have as their Leader "the aaanof New
York.
Th* British Trade Journal gives the
following statistics concerning the spices
brought into Great Britain: ?We receive
yearly about 1.000.000 pounds of
cinnamon; about the same weight of
cloves, and 400,000 to 700,000 pounds of
nutmegs; of pepper, about 10,000,000
pounds, three-fourths of which ia reshipp
ed to the Continent; or pimento or allspice
10,000 to 40,000 hundred weight;
of vanilla, 0.000 to 7,000 pounds; and of
ginger, nearly 44,000 hundred weight."
' I
a daily Agister.
A Hidden Volcano In Florida.
From the Havannah News. /
] Of the wonderful secrets of nature that,
Florida can boast of possessing the is one
, upon which the eye of mortal has not yet f
. been permitted to gaze. For more than ) .
thiity years its existence has been tanta- r
. lizingly proclaimed by a cloud of smoke ,
that has unceasingly ascended from an \ 6
. impenetrable swamp some twenty five ;
r miles from Monticello, in the direction of ,
; the Gulf coast. Learned gentlemen for j l
many years and from various points have j w
made frequent and persistent efforts to v
solve this long-standing and perplexing P
mystery. But up to this time nothing v
has been accomplished beyond unsuccess- .
ful attempts to reach the place, all of
which ended in disaster within four or
five miles of the spot in which the supposed
volcano is thought to be.
Judge Bell and others are now making
a Iresh attempt to penetrate to this mys- j
terious phenomenon. Judge White of li
Quincy nas led several expeditions to 11
that region, but in every instance failed "
to efleet an entrance through the closely ai
interwoven and impenetrable undergrowth
ol the centre ef the swamp.
While some of these attemps have been ii
feeble and inefficient, others have been j<
well organized and equipped, and led by
men of experience and fixedness of purpose
Judge White had an observatory M
which he could place in the tree tops tc
guide him in in the right course. And r
yet this "undiscovered bourne" remains L
untrodden by the foot of a traveler.
Tlie Latent Motor? 51 r. Jenka* AntonItnlng
Dlacovery. ^
Philadelphia Bulletin. t~
A inuu named Junks came to a neighboring
village some time ago with a _
machine he called "The Jenks Motor." ~
Jenks said it was the most wonderlul discovered
of the age. lie said that the motive
power was nothing but water. All d
you had to do was to pour a bucketful of "
water into the "receiver," and it was instantly
decomposed in gases, and then
the gases started the machine, which,
Jenks said, would run from here to Peru L
with half a pint of water. And Jenks
said his little idea in coming to the town
was to give the people a chance to subscribe
to some of the stock of the motor
company. Jenas said he Knew ho was
throwing away his own chances in soil- f
ing the stock, but he was a philantbropist.
and ho wanted to give bis fellow-men
an opportunity to go into a big thing. So
he set the machine up in the office, which
was the only room in the building, so
that there would be no chance lor fraud, 3
and a number of people went around to
see it work.
First he poured some water into the
receiver; then he churned it up with a
kind of revolving paddle; then he open- A
ed the valves and stamped on the floor, J);
and the crank b-^aii to revolve with great B
rapidity. The spectators all thought it 1
wi? wonderful, and Jenks said thHt work ~
didn't express the idea in full. They examined
the machine, and saw that then was
neither fire nor chemicals about it
nor any smell of gas, and Jenks said that ^
they must now confess that it was just '
about the grandest achievement of the
human intellect. l)r. Potts was about to
admit the fact, when the crank slowed up
aDd be heard a vehement. *,
"At?schewl" ?
Apparently the sound came from be- _
nealh the floor. It sounded liko a man S
sneezing, but Jenks said it was merely a
violent explosion of gas from the cylinder,
and as the crank went ahead again
rapiuiy, mo visitor# tin mougut uu must
be right. A minute later they heard an- T?
other:
"Ah-ab-ah-tschew-w-w!" ?
And ti.en the machine stopped until it
was over. Dr l'olts began to look crosseyed
at Jenks as if he suspected some- U
thing, but Jenks said it wn9 ono of the
peculiar properties of these decomposed
gases to push out the cylinder with a violent
hissing souad, and, although he had
tried hard to prevent it, ho had found it
to be impossible.
Then the machine went on again swift
lv, and Jenks was just directing attention
to the pressure-gauge, which stood at (500
pounds to the square inch, when tho machine
came to a dead halt, and the spec
tutors heard, evidently in the cellar: _
"Ah-ab-ah-tschewl Begorra but I'll _
sneeze the head oil of me if I keep on." o
Then the crank began to revolvo again,
and Jenks. getting very red in tho lace,
said indignantly:
"Which of you gentlemen have been p
playing on me by practicing ventriloqu- I
isrn? It isn't the square thing." ^
Before anybody could answer they
heard another terrible sneeze in the cellar,
accompanied with an exclamation:
"Mother of Moses, but it bates Banag- J
her down yer for ketcbin' cowld!'
The machine came to a dead halt, and
presently a square yard of the floor began
to bulge up. Directly a human headap- in
peared through the opening ar.d an Irish
1 ,l.mU
Ill nil craw ICC. uui an IV kuv iww., ? ... ....
looked ready to faint; and the man getting
up and brushing the cobweb* off his
hat, said: Tj
"Mr. .lenksl It's inesolf that's tired ol
turnin" that infernal crank down there
in that dark hole. The rat* are mbblin' A
me legs, and it's to damp that I'm ketehin'me
death o'cowld. I'm goin'to givo
up the job. C\
While he was speaking Dr. l'otts discovered
a tine wire running from the ft]
crank to the cellar, and bidden by the
machinery. Jenks turned white, and
stammered out:
"This is paintul, gentlemen, very painful.
But the fact is I?I?I hadn't quite
got my receiver to working right, and I
wanted ? I thought?I?that is 1?Oh,
hang it. I'm going to quit."
And Jenk? darted through the door
and Jell town. He don't sell any stock E
in that community.
?? k
PURE AND SWEET. *
i U
B. F.Caldwell lias on hand some of the
flues' KKKKIORKATOKS ever brought to
the city.
For keeping MKATS. BUTT Kit, H
VKUKTABLKS, and MILK. a
"PURE AND SWEET"
Thev are the thing.
? I1'
Also a tine assortment of the best make |
COOKING STOVES, (
Together with a complete assortment oi ,
HOrSE FIB3II9HIXG
COOD9.
CALVANIZED IRON COR- ! NICE
WORK
AKV ! ]
Tin roofing done at short notice. li
ft*. IAW7 A ISM Mala sireet, WMsr ' Jj
R. A. O K. K. Dfpst
t>ya; | e
filTliiriWp
NORfiAKTO fX, W.TA. j '
THE HKALTHKVLNBet or THE LO. I
CAL1TY; the superior faclilt es foi | r
i Instruction; the economical, disciplinary ,
and other advantages offered have made n
. this Institution deservedly popular with '
! those who desire to accomplish a smod i education
under the most lavorahle circumstance*.
Winter Term begins January Sth. I ]
Hp ring Term begins March ?th. I tor
Catalogue, and fuller Information 4
>| addresa any of the Regent* or of the Kacnl- I
; ty. JOHN W. SfXJTT, D. D . LU I)., j >
seplleR Acting President. t
I * .
i i *** * *
WEDNESDAY MORI
MISCfcLLANOfcUS. ,
Invest In Real Estate. ]
rHI?i 18 A FAVORABLE TIME TO
Invest in real estate It Wheeling.
*ropeity is low anil money is not in denand
in active enterprises.
Investments judiciously made in r^al
state pos-ess the two prime element to be
ou lit by investors, viz: Absolute safety
,nd certainly of increase in value.
Unlike shares in incorporated com tanies,
such investments are under your
wn control.
We can ofler capitalists, or even persons F
rltli a single hundred dollars.some prime
iropertles tor investment. Call aud see
diat we have.
my*J0 PETERSON A BAKER.
SEALED PROPOSALS^
City Clerk's Officer
Wheeling, May 15.1<7?. )
Healed proposals will be received at the
dice of the City Clerk until Thursday,
une 1st, 18711, at 'io'clock t*. a., tor furnishng
and setting all curbstones and furuishig
and laying all crowing stones that
lay be required for the u?e ot the city oi
Wheeling during the year IK76. Said curb
tones to be ol the following dimensions,
i-wit: (4) four feet long. (23) twenty-two jj
iches wide and (ai Indies thick; euds
juare the full lenglii ot the stone. Cross
ig stones to be not less than six feet (6) T
>ng, and (2) two feet wide and (10) ten |
iches thick, c.opi sals to be addressed to
i? "Chairma i < i the Committee on
treats and Aileys." The Committee re?rve
the right to reject any ornli bids.
[iuy F. A. BK1TT, City Clerk.
Jarpets, Oil Cloths and ?
Wall Paper.
Large Assortment ot Each at
IARB0UR & DITTMAN'S,
aprlK law MAIN STREET, ft
WINES AND LIQUORS. v
^ iif^l ?%/ O. BRA If
J' VVCL I I OrDRV r/lstlllers
and Importers and Dealers lu
oreign and Domestic Wines,
Liquors and Brandy, J
lins, Cordials & Whiskies,
NO. 1118 MAIM STREET,
novi?_ W HEELING. W. VA
MC.
BKLLAIIIK, OH ID,
ext door to the Baltimore U. R. Depot
Imported nml Domestic Wlueo
and Liquors.
t Pittsburgh Wholesale Prices. Orders
y mall promptly attended to, and goods
ticked secure iroin observation,
end for price list. ni
PLUMBERS.
WILLIAM HARE, J'
radical Plumber and Gas Fitter,
NO. SS TWELFTH FTKKET,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Orders Irom the oountry attended to on
aort no; ice. augat
iOLIO SILVER AND i
PLATED WARE.
?a fciets new style, with hard metal hot- ""
toins, warranted tint tu melt on
coals ol tire.
Mtors, Butler llMico. t'aUr Basket*,
t'srd Receivers. Ac., In new <
and pretty dmlirun.
batches, Clocks, Bronzes,
Cutlery, and Jewelry, H'
i great VARIETY at Reduced Prices, X
R-Npeciaele* n Mperlalty."**
C. P. BROWN, ,h
CO
17 vt AKKKT STREET, opposite MeLtire
Horn tnr:4)
trict Personal Attention ^
si
OIVKN TO TUB
ompounding of Prescriptions s?
mi
AT lo
r. H. SIIiVBY'S D
Drug anil Proscription Store, ,
r I t OOR. OPPOSITE POHTOKKICE.
Vei'y CJlioap !
Another la>t ot those
INE BLACK ONYX NECKLACES, l
PENDENTS, KAK KINUH,
lid lull Sets lust received, and will he
sold vory cheap. ?
>ntl Kir Kings. I '177 r
III.ID) "
AH are cordially Invited to rail and ex- j
nine thiH goods. ii
IENNEGEN, BATES & CO., | ^
1154 MAIN ST,
in > i?
Ho ! Ye Stoveless! ?
{very one in ne< ?l of reliable Mtovi-n will Rl
Ami thelf Interest r?*Mt * ilUtl H(
Sweeney's Store !U
y exarnenlng PKK'Rtud HTYLfA Al- !
way*on hand the latest, beat and j
Most Improved Patter ns. ' 1
All kinds of old Iron taken In exchange | Y,'
ir new Sluvi*, fading*, Tin ware, or old I love
renal r*. Olve me a rail Ha'latartlon j
arranted. K U. HWKKNKY, I,,
jo. 32 Klrvenlh Ntrerl, l.ower Kml w
Neronit Ward Harket llon.e. rua> (r
OIbnn Shadow "
For ooveri ng
LOCKS, WAX FLOWERS, STATUES, j
All ?Ue*. tor tale at < .
IcLure House Art Store.
my 20 K. L. NI COLL. J
mn 11 inn nmr nil I i *
HIM Afll) llflJt BALL!
Wbolceah- and Retail. i ,
CITY BOOK STORE. ^
n
iny 12 ? TWELFTH STREET
Cheap Boots and Shoes. ^
Having sold my property on
Mam ?tn*t, at a high figure, and will _
lave to leave the name within te.i day* I
ffer mjr large stock of Bo< 'T8 and MH<?ES j
>r sale at any price. Call and tee. The
trie*-* will turprlae yoo. Alw a lot of
helving lor Sale. 0
JACOB LAND FRIED, T
nylf Proprietor. ' o
BATCHES! WATCHES!'is
a T TTRNEB A DILLON'A, 120 MAR- , H
tV k'l atreet, can be found the >
.argest and Best Selected Stc? k >f
fine Gold and Stiver Key and Mem 1 i
rinding Watrhea ever bronght to the city ^
"heir prlcea on ibrte (nodi are beyond
om petition myt ,
C. A. VIMUTKK, n
DBKTTI8T. )
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE No. pjf,T
J Main afreet, above lltb. Wheeling. W.
'a. Nltroua Oxide Uaa and oilier .hmhetlea
administered oetll n
91NG, MAY 24, 1376,
NE^_ ADVER1
L876. NPR]
THOS. HUG
MERCHANT
CALL AND SEE THE L>
nglish & French Worsteds, F
ings ever offered
EVERYTHING DES1R.U
Gentlemen's Fui
ALWAYS i:
WHITE SHIRTS HADE TO fl
Tlios. Hiigli
irl3 COR. TWELFTH
>ENN MUTUAL LIFI
OF PH3LADE1
() R G AM/
( ? ( ?1( I.4TED ?'AIMT.4L -
iyidkads paid to polity hoi.di
USM.S 1?A I?...._
ISA ML. C. HUEY
8AML. E. STOKES, Vice Pivs t. i
H. 8. STEPHENS, 2d Vice Prist. |
Citrrj ruutjuuiuer in a mciui
> all 11m advanta^i and privll
It has declared more divldem
ersentapo than any company
It Ix liberal In I1n managemeu
his en,
ROBERT W. T
orii' i: so
Agents wanted tn every section ol tlu* state
DAILY REGISTER
ob Rooms & Bindery j
ie rospeetlully solicit^ orders} f?>r al j
kinds of Plain and Fancy
ob Printing,
Ruling and j
Binding, n
County Clorli. i
nd other Court Blanks and Brooks
udo a specialty. 1
Railroads supplied with all kind
Book* and Blank8, Tickets, Jtc.
Lawyers' Briefs published Neatly
d Cheaply.
BANKS |
pplied with all kind* of Books,JChecks
aft#, &c.
Merchant*' letter Heads, Bill
uads, Cards, etc.
he very bpxt work done al
(be very lotvent llcureN.
Estimates and samples furnished on
ort notice, (jive us an order and !>?
nvinced.
THE REGISTER COMPANY.
y VA.HTKNCII, ANUBKAL WOHKM j.
JOII \ II. /.VVKKI.Y. I'r??|>r. t
:A M l'S SEALS. CHECKS, INKS, f
pel AI|>hiil>pU and KiK'ire* on hand nri-1 [
ude to order. No loll Maraet streH, liew
I'oHtettlee, VVIu-pIIuk. W. Va. |>t>
STABLISHED IN 1837.
NKUSO* VANCE, UKOKi.A ADAMS 1
'ANCE & ADAMS,
' g
rrpHMora to I>. Kno* Co., and Mr(TlellHn
A Knox,
'Manufabturers and Jobbers
tOOTS A NI)SHOES ''
%'<>. UiO'2 Main Ntreot, <
an . WHKKUNU W. VA.
lAiicmw s. prrnf!
IUUOIUM 06 IILLU ,j
(Haocmnn to M 'CtlN'' Krall 4 r? ,) | I
Wholesale Druggists, i
ivlte the attention <>f t > t r?>l?-to ttielr !
Inrif) nii'1 well xelrot**! ?lm k of
rtiir* Hwllflni'*, I'xlnl*. Oil*. Djf
NtnfTa. I'nlenl M)ill)
All oril? r* promptly mihI ruri fully bp- j
11?-< I.
Wr offer HpeciHl tn.llir.ni.nl* to' rioili I
id ibort time Myaii 1 <
No. 1316 Main Street, j'
rlf) WHIM IV.. W. VA. !
Three Farms for Sale.
1HKKK fiK M' TIKI' I. FA It Ms I-?iK
lie In JefVenmn eountr, W. V*., with i
)) mile itml H lr.ll ol <'li*r|e?t<.wn an>l|\
llffl-ld'mli .d. Tli.-H.-f rni? i-onlalo I i'?, |
j Hit' I Mi) acr.-< of ?pleii?!l<l I Arid. Klfly i
reaolthe unlinpr.)% e-l portion of oneol'
n-w lirmii ?nld f-.r >*'p?-r :?rr..?trire t hear.
1 twwe (arm* can now fx- tioucM for
Mil fOi to |7u p-ra'-r^. For pwrtl.-l. ar*
- JnHN W.ULENN.
111.I)
BROWN I
THE
PHOTOGRAPHER.
fo. 1*222 Market Street. ,
'lit mak?- yoa a nice ?rt) I'-Unilng from
ay old picture, In mii n \,y <i fra'nr. '
ich luouidliiK t->rP?. ?KK.~I<?N uK HIU
AMKK4. mi t \
I.FRIEDEL&CO.
lave just received another line aas-.rt-i
rnent?: I
rASES, COLOGNE SETS, ;
Mantis OrnarnenU and Wall Paper. '
>ylO 1130 .Ktia Street <
Second Hand Boilers for Sale.
n*s floe boiler. ?iDche* diam., Jift. Jong
*??s - m m
ue 7 ?f - ~ 22 "
ne cylinder b- :!er 30 Inches dJain., 24 le?t
>ng; three cylinder holler*. 32 In d!am.. I
Ih-rtlont; one .mtll engine bore. ? i
ict es stroke. We aiao b .i <1 ecgio?-s and i
iller* for all p<srjeise*. liepair work done
mnulr.
ira HoLlHW, TA YLUK A <X>.
Drgaiis Cheap
Nice .i-Ot?te Organ. 6 slops ?double |
w?J; atotiy carted waiant cere; very I
ne tone. Price |'00. Ueea in n?? j
bout 1* months; in good modi: on.
Apply at
ADA M.S A LUCAff,
irfl 1?7 Market StrewC
[ISEMENTS.
ns&. 1S7G.
HES & CO
TAILORS,
LRtiKST VARIETY OF
ancy Suitings and Trowserin
this vicinity.
JLE IN THE WAY OF
^nlBlilng Oooda
1 ^TOCK.
>K:;er.
Ac Co,,
AND WATER STREET. _
: INSURANCE CO.,
jPHIA, PA,
4 K I> 15147.
? ? I
is km tt.fson.ooo ;
_ St.-4MM.000 I
PiUCSI DKNT.
J AS. WKIK MASON. Actuary.
H K.N K V AUSTIK. Nsoy.
tier ol (lie Company, entitled
eg en.
In In number,and ol'a larger
lu (lie Cnlled stales.
tl, prompt In llNNeltlemenl ol
UCKER, General Agent,
. SIM. 13th NT.. M HKKLINfi. * VA
; als<> city Mi|lclt4?r?. auic-ti c
W ^ J
: > 2 "
I ^ U* "
> M ]> a
i w z :
I ? O
; w o i
g > s
1 O -o I
! ' 0)
LIST, DAVENPORT & PARKS
Wholesale Grocers,
AND ?
PORK PACKERS
ixm. MAIN A nil'KTKKNTII HTH.,
W h . va.
WiKHTH Ml VMI POWDKB QO. MtlftO
FLOUR,
FLOUR,
1^1,OUR.
We are seliing the best brand of
jaker's Flour and for less money
ban any first-class flour in the
MarketOur
"Satin Gloss" is the choicest
"amily Flour ever sold in this
narket.
I.ai K** hi ritalN < on*lantl).
Ordcrw Nollril<*<l.
List, Davenport & Parks.
ro ^MOKans.
I HAVK Jir*r KK< 'IKV Kl) AN INI
VOU K ??l I in |? >rl<-l hii I Key Wi ?l"
'iKura. which I mn retailing at fohli|ii|
ricca. (Jive incacall, you will llml my
milllliTtliFrhiupMit In the rlty.
till (id I.. I/MJH,
Itniii No. 70 Twelfth Mtreet.
T II EJ
Place to get
PHOTOGRAPHS
It at
HICCINS' CALLERY.
injM
BASE BALLS, BATS,
\M? < K< Ail'KI. A NKW MTOfK JIMT '
rem ivad.
I lie hading Kaaiero and Weacerti dally ;
mil uii kly pHH-o. Pn?lilon and l.lt.fary |
MmiltiIlea. All fnr?il?lii <1 n? miMNIi. r*
rlera. ? . H. ?|ll W H? .
ny6 111* MAKKKT hTKKPT. !
"for the best
j.irpe liters' Tools 4 Builders'
Hardware go to
c. a. kryter's,
ajiZi 1ISS Market Hirret
MEMORANDUM PADS !
For ?*] at the Kmotkr Counting
Room, suitable for keeping
Memoranda in Pencil.
Very c h<-ip and convenient. f.r-rj
)<*? bout* ?hould have one J?S1 I
WHEELING BUSINESS COLLEGE. |
Eiwtablmhkd nao. orry.B* ah imj
pruvnl niorw of atody for the prarleal
education ot young men. Kl.-gant j
'<?me, refitted and forolabed. *-p.?r*t# I
oom for ladiea. neaaiona day and evenng.
Indlrl'tail Instruction given nrh |
itudeut; mlmt thorough course In the Rng.
tah branehee. Call at tjoilcge office, oppo
uU* M' Ixire liooae. or addreaa,
J. u rKA'UE.k* rtK
aglTyW Whe?*.r?g, W.Ta.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
I HA VIS ArPOfXTKb THK HKl{W>SM
1 tiarued below U> collect taxes to the d .?
Irlr'a oppoalt* their namee. r-?per Ivelr,
due tbe estate of K H. Brown, late hhenfi
of ?>blo county:
Waabtnglon anrl Madlaon district*?6.
O. Hrnltli.
.Clay and Union districts-Thomas J.
Dtl on.
CVntre and Webater districts? If. C.
Kennedy.
triad- IphLa. and LJberty divu-lets?Wui.
A. MdCoy.
Kir laail district? Zaiw MrVullurb.
Ritchie district?John Sllll.
ri>e said ruliertor* will call upon all
part lee Indebted, and an) age* tliat are
not (aid Immediately U? thera ?r at my
office, 1ZC1 Chapllne atiret, I will brniwp-lltd
to proceed at once to collect by '.vy,
W. I. -Mrl'H A 11?
ruylte Formerly Deputy MlterlS.
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
SPRINGTRADEIS76.
TINGLE & ISHAR,
Wholesale Grocer*,
1Q08 MAIN ST.
fob*
HEW ORLE4S8 STGARS.
We have now in ttore a full line of
Sugar*?
FAIR, PULLl FAIR,
FRIMK, CHOICE,
Direct from Plantation*, which we will
sell all through the season at very low
prices for cash or on the usual timet
TINGLE & 1SHAM.
HEW ORLEANS MOLASSES
In store and arriving. A large stock ol
GOOD,
PRIME,
CHOICE,
Molasses from the celebrated Evergreen
plantation. TINGLE A ISllAM.
SYRUPS.
Common,
Medium,
Corn Cake 1 trips,
W hite Sugar Drips,
Crystal Drips,
Rook Candy Drips,
In store and for sale.
TINGLE Jt ISHAM
REFIHED SUGARS.
Prttnklin It's,
Cosmopolitan A'a,
Granulated,
lVwdered,
Crushed,
For sale. TINGLE A ISH AM.
COFFEE.
Our stock 18 complete and price* very
low for
Good,
Primo,
Choice,
Kio and Java.
T1NGLK A 1611 AM.
ROASTED COFFEE.
Our celebrated brand,
TINGLK A ISH AM S CHOICE,
lias Itecomo deservedly popular with the
trade It may now bo found in i ??al i.U
lir*t class retail stores in the ci'.jr and
ountry. Those without it would argeiy
increase tlioir sales by k"cping it ir. stock.
TINGLK iV ISH AM.
CAROLINA RILE.
Wo have in store the
LARGEST STOCK OK KICK
In the market, direct trom Isadora in
in S>uth Carolina, and am prepare I u>
offer buyer* good good* lower than they
an buy elsewhere, all through the tea?oa.
_TINGLKA ISJIAM.
TEAS.
Tin* branch of our business ha* for
aome year* been *uh?tantially on the increase,
owing to the earn we ta-atow in
buying our stock, and long experience
in handling Tra*, whichjetiahle* ii* to
offer the trade
Young Hyson,
H i-8nn?
"J ?
Qunpowdoris '
Imporinla,
' Monga,
Nourhnnga,
Japan*,
Of hII grade# hI Ina* nricm ind of Iwltrr
<|tialiti<? tbnn can bo iioiight in any Iioum'
in thn rily. Wo will mutch any ftaalcrn
h?u*tt in prion and quality.
TiNOLKA (SHAM.
TOIIKfON.
Navy lbs,
Halhrook'# .Monitor, ljoiiiavilln,
Ijncknr, Virginia Dnr?,
Jib lloom, Cabin lloll.
Navy 1-Sa.
.lib Room, l^ouitvillo,
Old Reliable, Nectar,
Andrew Jockaon.
1-4* sad I On.
Amlrrw Jockaon, planter* Chow
Universal.
TfVMs.
(tolil Cbarrn, Jowalod Kara.
IV'ij Monde, Patrick Henry,
Ninny South, M Minora,
Is'lioth, V?-nu?,
I eh in Caddiaa, Fig I.eaf in Drum*.
llrtKht llw.
IVHi h ItloMorn, Washoe,
Rose Lump, Victoria,
i'l'VUm Gravuliy.
MmokliiR.
K. fl. |?, A ll?., Hood Knouyh J*
Army A biavy J*, Si-rap O,
Tom A .lorry Joker
Old Hii Twin.
With tho abova extensive variety of
brand* and larga Hook ol Toiau-co, we
invit* all who buy these good* to coaault
wirir own invn^v uy K'?'nK " ?'?.
TiNOl.K A 1HH A M
FISH.
Wo have a Urir<? stork of
Mucktri'l,
I.a to Herring,
W hit" Ki?h
OilUh,
A nd will a? usual supply the trade at lower
iirin* than ?*i>e*h? ro
TINM.K AIHIIAM.
HINDRim.
l'nder this head we name Buckets,
. I*, Washboards, Brooms, Cheese,
it winy,^*!* of all hran'ls, H pices whole
a* ground, Alum, Madder, K*. Istgw
od Kp??om Halts, Blue VitrioI,Hnl Hod a,
Bi t arb Ssl*. Ksuuneos, Vinegar, Window
(ilasa, Nails, <Vmeefiireted Ljm,
Matches, Ail" 'if***", Bath Brick,
Twin**, K< p". Bod Cords, Wrapping Papers,
Paper Hag*, and many otbor articles
which for want of ipso- we '-annot
mention.
Bt offering K<"*i g<*>ds at low pries*,
with prompt attention, wn bopa La merit
and resy-ire the patronage of the mer
? hA/it?. 1 I >?< I. r. A IMI AN
I'oa tiixl C'olfee S
The Finest Hinrk of TLA ab<1 COFFKF.
id tb? city.
V ju. ir"i all cfty Son
mrl7 130b MAKKKT HT.
REMOV ALT
Dll HKXJVMJ HAH KEX9VK0 ItlH
oflle* mod rrmi'Umm to
1122 MARKET STREET,
Opposite O. W. Krsosbslm'i MlAttM.
*prf? T
TO MCECHANT?r
A S OKPOKTC91TT l? QVrKlUCD TO
2V. >>ar At a dlx?ttnt an order (or mteommodatioo
it lbs OxiooaiJs Hotel,
Philadelphia, amounting to HrrwUen
, iMlmuvlkHiit. For par* leaiart apply
at tbU oflca Mrti
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Kast and West, at
CLOTHING HALL,
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