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Tl;Ef DAT, An:lL 17, 1S65.
The Tableaux Last Week.
AKecapitnlalioBof the Three Even-
The Governor's Staff
oa the Ram.
Oae of the ramil" Wants to right.
Ey reference to our Initiative proceed
ings it will be teen that Capt. William! rose
to a ) uestiun of privilege, the occasion beicg
a moat violent attack upon him by the
Knoxville Whig. After he had concluded
hit remarks, in which he proved the Gov
ernor to have wilfully falsified in reference
to several matU-rs connected with the State
government, Ova. James P. Brownlow, Ad
jutant General of the State, and one of the
"family," went up to him and challenged
him to Cght.
This attempt to intimiJate a legislator
it of a piece with tbe radical policy. If a
man objects to any of their high handed
measures, he it at once villified and slan
dered by them in the mott outrageous zuaa
mer. It it evident, however, that Jim Brovra-
jov picks ms man. Vol. Oarrett used se
verer laoguage towards the Governor than
tlid Capt. Williams ; but Jim said not
word, the reason being, that Garrett was a
ne admire Jims discretion; be never
challenge a man who he believe will try
the virtue of cold lead with him.
It is evident, from the exhibition mad
j'esterday, that the Governor thinks that he
ran tear the jxioplo aud compel them to
rease to criticise hit course ; but lie is de.
cidedly mistaken ; he is not half to terrible
t he believe himself to be. Jim ran do at
he will but be can't "tkeer" whit folks.
r.XLTjl. Ml tnlS ltD RoBUFST m Bowl-
ivo tlim, KtNTCCkv. We were put in
i, .;, ,n of s,,nio fuels relative to a cold
blooded and fii'ii.lihh murder, committed at
Bowling Green, Kentucky. They are sub-
tau!ial!y these: Sometime during Thurs
lsy aight last, the 12th iusl., Patrick un
van, an Irishmen, when near hit borne, a
rliort distance southeast of the railroad de-
put, was set upon by three or four ruflians,
and brutally murdered crushing his skull
iu two places and cutting hit throat from
arto ear. After tbe commission of the
leed, lliey proceeded to ritle the pocket of
the dead man, getting therefrom fuur dol
lars in money, a piitlol, aud a wittch. Kind
inq the key of his little grocery establish
ment in hit junket, or huving a knowledge
f the fact previously, tbey proceeded to
the l.H-ality where it is located, which is
. the Went tide of the Public b.juare, and
imlurking the door, thry took charge of the
lioumt. At to the exli'Ut of the lout in that
juarler, we e not ailvinf d. They broke
p. ine money drawer, but it i.s uml.r
ui Puuuvan gav ils contents in keujiing
of a friend before leaving fur hit home that
Wo further learn that three or four ne
groes hail been teen hanging about his gro
cery and house ; and that a report to the
licet tliat lunovan had recently come in
jMwteKsion of a considerable mm of money ,
was the incentive, probably, to the com
mission of the foul deed. Vpon search be
ing instituted the next morning for the sus
pected individuals, they were not to be
lound. They ur supposed to have got off
turn of the up trains from Nashville, and
hiving, probably, the deed in contempla
tion, they only waited a favorable opportu
nity Id strike.
Mr. Dunovan wtt much respected by thai
citizens of Howling Green ; aud being
lookod upon as an economical man, the im
pression is, ho had, by industry and fru
gality, in hit buaiuest, gathered together a
good turn of money. Hut where it was de-jiU-d,
if such wtt the case, hat not trans
pired. Whether tbo villains succeeded in
ferreting out its whereabouts, it a tecrct
yet only known to them. One or two ar
rests have been mad of parties Huspected of
being accomplices, l'.ut the opinion is en
tertained that the real perpetrators left that
night or early next morning in the direc
tion from whence they came, l'unovan
Wat a man of family.
A summary example should be made of
all such characters as these culprits and as
aasiint are, when caught ; and it is to b
hoped that will b soon.
Cot'WV CortT. The County Court
yesterday, Judge Glonn presiding.
The committee appointed to confer with
a similar oue from tbe City Council, relative
to the pest-house, reported that the Cilv
Council refuted to have anything inor to
tlo with tb matter. Keport received.
Mr. Mearham offered a resolution that
no more patients be received into the pest
house uulil ordered by the County Court.
Various allowances were made for officer's
- fioimmfta Hi Boson'. We were tbewn,
tut eve-iag, a real gem, in the wty of ar
tistic skill, beauty of Guiah, and worth. It
it a large sire vase, constructed of puro gold
and silver, manufactured to order, for the
llod llora Association of Kasliville, by
Mr. Mil sou M.l.rew, of Ciucinntti ; aud
rout five hundred dollars. The base upon
which the vase rests it bctuliful in design,
and ingenuously aud tastily wrought in gold.
The outside of the vas is of silver, aud the
inside it md with fold. It is to be con
tested lor at the Henderson stake, oa the
third day of lb races, which commences
the first of May. The vase will be on ex
hibition to day at the billiard rooms of Mr.
J. O. Louisetu.
iIild I'vsa lea llonss Stsaiisg. Twa
men, Win. Adamtand John Allington, weie
yesterday In-fore F.s.uiro Menrhnm on a
charge of horse stealme, and tent to jail,
to await trial before the Criminal Court.
Hoe n Vtoiana
In another column picking Psmbnrg
irsM-s for fpoer's Wiue. U is an admira
ble article, used iu hoepilali aud by the
fl rsl-clss families in l'aris, Loudon aud
Jiew York iu preference to old nirl w ine.
It is well worth a trial, and gives great
BaliidarUou. IdevIl-taUwee-w ly.
A very larve fcpnu; Block of the latest
patterns of Wall I'ujvr and Hiiote iSAeaVs,
mmr-riaiug all styles aud iiimlilics, iu etoro
and for taie by Mlskitt A Hill,
47 Church street, MsyCeld Building,
nihS-lf tppotile Maxwell llil?l.
The Capture anal Escape of Harper.
His ltichthnad Mil in Custody.
Col. Ltib, the capturor of ITarpcr, bat re
turusd to this city and made an otlicial state
ment of his late I'lcrations. He sayt that be
found Harper and bit right-hand man, Ed.
Xoy, ia a buggy riding from Ttrit to John
aonville, and tHk there into custody. In
the evening th men wnt intc camp, and
the prisoners placed in iron and under
guard of three aergrents, who were directed
to stand over them with cocked pistols.
Puring th nigh; Harper suddenly leaped
up and tied, the guards firing at him.
Several heavy greens were heard, but no
trace of blood discovered.
Hoy, who is as desperate a man at Harper,
wtt brought to this city yesterdty and
lodged iu th penitentiary. U will be
tried by a military commission.
Fisomai Our young friend Tom. J.
rritchett, of the Murfreesboro Monitor,
railed at our office yesterday. H reports
the Monitor ia a flourishing condition. He
will be in the city a few dsyt, and will c!l
on tome of cur business men ia relation to
Mr, h. 0. Chspia, who hts been for some
time absent from th city, returned on Stt
urdty vning with health and spirits
;rUy iaproTed. the will hereafier be
found at her place of bus iaeas, Xo si Union
Street, ready to wait upon ladies who Bisy
give acr aeati, and huu ,1,. will under
Uk to supply wih the latest style ot drtM
pan isucy gooaa.
Tbe series of entertainment which were
commenced last Thursday evening at the
Xew Theatre, under the auspices of the lady
members of the Southern Benevolent Asso
ciation, were the great feature of the week
justeloeed. The occasion wa a delightful
one to th beaux and belle of this county.
Lfgisln- I for the interchange of sentiment, wit, and
repartee; and we believe the opportunity
wa generally improved. But the object
for which these evenings had been set
apart, was not sa much to promote the so
cial interest of those who encouraged the
movement with their presence and talents,
as it wa to exercise the sublime virtu of
charity towards a numeront class of maim
ed soldiers in our midst. The calamities of
war have deprived them of limbs. To sup
ply them with artificial ones it the com
mendable purpose for which the proceeds
will be u-ed.
The immesse success of the undertakin
is due to a great extent to the liberality of
Messrs. Dorman k Fenton'for the use of Ma
tonic Hall, U Mr. John Kirkman for the use
of the New Theatre, and also to.Ts. A. He
Clure k Co. for tbe us of one of Eteinway'i
magnificent Piino Foftita.' Too much praise
cannot be bestowed upon Professors A data
and Schmidt, without whose valuable a
sistance the exercises could not have so sue
The following constitutes the list of -tab
leaux represented on Thursday night:
The Fcur Seasons.
Come Home Father.
Old Woman ia the Shoe.
Queen Katherine's Vision.
Christiana and Merry.
The Enchanted Princess.
Paris Awarding the Apple.
Gipty Scene from II Trovatore.
Between the representation of tbe above
Tableaux the following ladies and gentle
men sang and played a variety of selected
gem from the most celebrated operas: Mist
if. Hudson, Mits Alice Claiborne, Green
Morrow, Mrs. A. J"eal, Mrs. Leigh, Miss
Ida Johnson, Mist Anna Green, Mn. Hay
ward, Mr. O'Shaughnetay, and Mrs. J. II.
Cullender. The first named picture wa ad
mirable in all of its attractive details. We
assert, with faith in the correctness of our
opinion, that no bevy of oriental beauties
coulu surpass in iutciiuom or grace niu
group of shining faces.
The second picture the Four Seasons,
which, by the by, was so complete a suc
cess that it was repeated on Saturday even
ing. Spring eat upon a mousy bauk, with a
haplet of flowers on her bead, and a gar
and about her shoulders, while flowerets
and leaves Isy scattered around her in the
most prodigal profusion. Miss was
herself the fairest flower.
Next came Summer, with its sunbeims
and fruits, which dsngled in tempting clus
ters on either hand tbe smaller kind nest
led amid the flowing curls o! Miss ,
who looked more like the first rote of Sum
mer than the last.
Then came Autumn, teeming with sn
abundant harvest the reward of the fsrm
ers industry, and antidote against famine.
The "melancholy days" could not be the
'sajdcEt of the year" in this instance,
though the sombre hue of the falling leaves
called up emotions of regret ; but a smile
was on the cheerful face of Miss ,
that even the advent of winter could not
Winter, with its ice and falling flake of
snow, was next in order. Tbe icicles and
tho banks of fleecy white, were very sug
gestive of frozen noses, aching fingers and
bilblains; in fact we felt so Deccmberish
that we involuntarily buttoned up our coat 1
As we looked upon Miss , who was
being pelted by the merciless storm, we
evoully hoicd that the Lord would "tem
per the wind to the shorn Lamb," though
ha looked cold and comfortless, her heart
and feelings were as warmly enlisted in tu
cause she was serving, as devotion to it
could prompt on to be. We only rsgret
that of this scene we could not Sce-inort.
The Bar room scene, in which little Miss
Burns won "golden opinions" of all preient,
was also quite a feature, rendered so chiefly
by the natural grace of this "Little Treasure."
"The Old Woman in the Shoe," with one
leg going in the wrong direction, was a
mirth provoking cartoon, aud had the de-
'iuecn Kalherine" wai as charming as
the sweet vision she saw.
"The Brigands," a tableaux vivant, was
full of life, sud alive with startling situa
tions vividly calling to mind the fairy sto
ics about "silver spoons," detectives, etc.
This was alio repeated on Saturday even
Tho Enchanted Princess" was a scene
of splendor and gorgeous glitter. Bcally
there were more enchanted than there were
"Cinderella" was well represented in the
person or Aliss xiizxie L , wnote mno
expression of innocent affection contrasted
trougly with tbe disapoiated look of her
less amiable sisters.
The Giptey scene, from II Trovatore,
"Christina aud Mercy," with her "jewels"
of matchless beauty, the classic statuary
scene, representing tho "J udgment of Paris'
wore all well received and loudly applauded
by the appreciative audience.
vricnxciiT at msomcTiar:.
was a grand success, an immense audience
being present, aud reflected groat credit
on those who participated. We clip tho
following from tbe Gaselte, other duties
preventing our attendance :
Tbe entertainment ocncd grandly with
a vocal and instrumental ohorus from the
"Gipsy's Warning." The programme,
which we give below, wa executed through
out lira manner which wt only afforded
the utmoKt satisfaction, but proved the dif
ferent aaii.r possessed of rare musical
powers, and well sustained the enviable
reputation of our city in this respect,
raou bah mi.
riT Fiasr 1. Grand instrumental and
vocal chorus, from the "Gypsy's Warning."
S. Sleep Well, Sweet Augel. S. "Lilly
Pale," Transcription pour Tiano pour la
main gauche ecule. 4. Vocal Walts 111
Placer. &. Darmstadt fisiio Eolo. 6. Bird
Pabt Pmvkd 1. Italian Socg. 2. Aria,
from r.ot'ey. 3. Duo, Violin and Tiano,
(l'elVriot.) 4. Kojt, Darling, Rest. . The
Regret, (Kalliwoda). 7. Chorus from Er
nani. At the close of the performance, the au
dience xttmroriiod "Auld Lanr Svne."
a 4 w
nd rising to their feet with oue eeeord,
made the walls fairly tremble with a hearty
rendition of that favorite melody. Ibis
was not on the programme, but neverthe
less formed a grand and pproprst finalt
to th evening's entertainment.
Th tableaux were produced on Setnrdiy
night with a chango of programme, except
ing "The Seasons" and "Srigands," which
were repeated by general request. The
house was densely pscked with the beauty
and ri'i'f of the city, and the dress circle,
orchestra and gallery, were respUndant
with the glitter of jewe't and the flash of
silks. Such an array of lovlinett we have
hardly ever teeo, and the archer Cupid let
his arrows Sy profusly during the eveaing.
Th curtain rote revealing "Titania's
Court," a fairy scon of great beaoly repre
sented by thirteen lovsly young ladie. Th
curiam went down only to rite again at the
command of a deafening tacore. During
the interlude "The Drinking Bong," from
Lurretia Borgia, with variation oa the
piano by Mis D , wat exquisitely ren
dered, end gave proof of htr great pro
firienry in tousle. Th charming tableaux
of "Th 6eouM wa re posted next ia
order, and succeeded by the long -The
Wearing of the Green," by the charming
little Miss Mary Burnt, whose clear aweet
voic again entranced th audiac with
whom she was such a favorite. "Memory,"
a beautiful tableaux represented by six
characters, followed. Childhood, youth,
ag, the altar and th bereavement, were
represented ia the scene In a lovely man
ner, and the delignted audience entausiaa
tically tnetrtd it. Th inimitable breen
Morrow followed with a funny aong, which
ti ttiual fcroughl 4ow U Uousa,
Mist H. then gave some choice gems from
Trovatore" ia a ikillful and artistic man
ner. Th comic tablaax of '-Taking the ad
vantag e" was irresiitibly funny and excited
the risibilities of the audience beyond con
trol. The scene represented an elderly
dame with uplifted hands, stand Eg in the
doorway, gazing with consternation upon a
feitive youth who wis endeavoring to take
a kiss from her daughter. The young gen
tleman inadvertently, by a false move,
tilted over a bowl of milk in the hands of
the maiden, which tickled the audience
amazingly, although not in the progratne.
"But it's bo ose crying over spilt milk,"
ssyi th old adsge, and the audience agree
ing, laughed heartily over the mishap.
The sweet song of "Thoa art so near and
yet so far" was sweetly sang by two young
ladies and succeeded by a repetition of th
"Brigands," which closed th first part of
the evenings entertainment.
During the interlude an improvised scene
of the duel in the play of "The Cortican
Brothers" was produced ia a very credit
Tbe curtain rose in the second part with
"Bellshizzar's Feast," ia which the Baby
Ionian monarch see th awful handwriting
on the walL Eighteen ladie and gentle
men, magnificently attired, made thi scene
one of surpassing grandeur nnd affect
While the curtain wa op an inquisitive
canine walked (lowly across th stage, no
doubt being curious to ee the handwriting
that so terrified a King. Tbe effect was lu
dicrons, and we thought if it was our dog
we would have been oy-matic enough to
have clipped hi tail, and scallopped his
oars, for the effrontery.
A sweet duett, by two young ladies, pre
ceded the loveliest tableax of the evening.
"Taking the Veil." Of all the scenes we
ever saw, this was the most beautiful. The
meek, sweet sweet face of th novitiate, the
pale, sad countenances of the nuns, the sol
enin faces of the priests and the subdued
chsnt of the hidden characters, gave a so
lemnity and beauty to thi scene strikingly
impressive. 1 no audience, with deafening
applauso, succeeded in bringing the curtain
np a second time. The familiar tableaux
of May and December followed, and never
did the lovliest month of the year look more
beautiful than the fair creature who bore
its name, Tbe Village Postmistress, a Iu
dicrous representation of curiosity, inspired
the audience with good humor and applause.
The delightful evening's entertainment
closed with a fancy dress ball, with a mc-
langt of characters both pretty and amusing.
Princes, cavaliers, countesses, princesses,
brigsnds and Brother Jonathans joitled np
against each other and mingled in the
dance, which wa the finale of tbe scene.
We cannot omit a mention of a ludicrous
omission in the wardrobe ot one performer
n the Tableaux during the evening. The
facetious Groen Morrow was singing "Has
Anybody Seen My Sister" when he was
tartled by an apparation of a young lady
evidently of tbe maculine gender, though,)
upon the stage, iloop-skirls, petticoats,
basque and bonnet were there, but alas I we
missed the endant waterfall, without
which no lady's atlire is complete now-a-
ays. We could not resist a reproach in
poetry to the young gent who left the popu-
ar appendage in his costume oll; hero is
the voice of our Muse:
R. EL. SING-LETON, By Telegraph
S: " . 1 V .li st
--.-, il si u j
t . . t, -,
From out your solemn caves,
answer ye winds our call,
Aud tell oh ! where, oh I where
I.this woman's waterlall.
The bonnet, th hoeps. and skirt.
We see ia this Vision all ;
But that heartiest thing, doth wear
No gorg-ocs wateif ill.
What punishment should she bear ?
A shower hath we call ;
For the, oh I thea she'd seo
Tht matchU.v waterfall.
After such an effort as the above we are
constrained to close this article, but not
before we offer our congratulations to the
Ladies' Benevolent Association for the great
success they have met with from a Nash
ville public in their noble and humane undertaking.
We understand the total receipts of the
ableaux and Concert amounted to the
handsome sum of $4,000.
Post Office Building,
Nominations by tlie President.
Snpposed Murderer Arressted In
London, C. W.
A. II. Stephens Before the Ke
Dr. Foote's AdTcrlisemculs.
OLD ITK3 MADE NEW. wilhout Sn-e'acle,.
Doctor or Medw.ne. I'snihlet msiied free Ail
dress B B Foots, M T, llJOMrKjay, Ntwiork.
COMFORT ASP CI'RE F08 T?ra RT'PTT'crn
Snifro- Address, Eb Ifooit, M 1, liio broidl
ay, Itw lors.
CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION mil nnir
M AKRL&D-beni free ia sea:ed enreioiwi AAAr
U Foota, M !., tl-U broetiuuy, te Ion.
MEDICAL COMMON BfNsK-tO ou.--i ,i
Illu.tra ioDs, $1 50 cent t'T irail t.oiferme.
po4riii, Coateno Tut lee ent free Adi1re ti e
Aiit-ior. E B or.it, M l, 113J broadwsr, ti. lorn.
FOR PKIVAT E D1SEASE3
TJaiTiD States Coobt. The April term
of the U. 6. Court, Judge Trigg presiding,
commenced its session yesterday. The fol
lowing Grand Jury was sworn in:
L Jordan, Foreman, It McDonald, F
Goben, Geo E Dipnake, W B Kockel, Jno
Wilson, F W Keeson, D A Davidson, W F
White, Thos C Trimble, SI D Nesht, W P
Campbell, J D Harris, Id N Tarmele, M Q
L Claiborne, Jno T Boker, Geo W Owen.
Mr. Meachtm offered a resolution to the
effect that $100 be placed at the disposal of
the Judge, to psy for carrying paupers to
the poor-house. Adopted.
On motion of Esq. Taul, the Jail Com.
m it tee were instructed to purchase cloth
ing for prisoners, when required.
Mr. Meacham offered a resolution that
no turnpikike company has a right to
charge double toll, except tho Nashvillo A
Lebanon company. Adopted.
A Biu Day's Work. Kelson G. Murry, of
the Colored Bsptist Church in this city, on
Sunday last, married 17 couples, baptized
15 sinners, and presetted three sermons. A
pretty good day's work.
CsmiXAL Cocit. The following is the
only business dono in the Criminal Court,
State vs. Treston Kewland, murder ;
which occurred two years since, on White's
Creek. Jury sworn in, but tho trial did
Ml'stisirq Oct or Tsoops. Col. Hughes,
who has charge of mustering oat troops in
this Department, states that he is progress
ing as rapidly as possible, and
that the last volunteer white and black
will be discharged by the first of May,
leaving only regulars scattered through the
country. They will be amply sufficient, as
nobody has any desire to .break the
Enr.KriKi.D. Special attention is called to
the great public sale of lots in F.dgefield
to-dity, Tuesday, 17th inat., at 11 o'cleck a.
m., by Messrs. J. L. R. W. Brown, com
nienf ing with B. W. Brown's addition, op
posite the residence of Ix-Governor K. 8.
Brown, on the Gallatin pike.
An excellent situation can be secured by
an experienced band at the business, in a
pleasant snd nice country town, by respond
ing immediately to the advertisement in our
paper to-dny, headed "Wanted."
Goniv roi Mat. We are obliged to W.
C. Collier, Union street, for a copy of the
Msy number of Godey's Lady's Book for
May next. It is a splendid number.
We are indebted to Ed. Willard, I'nion
street, for the latest Louisville and Cincin
The Adams Express continues to supply
us with Southern and Eastern papers in ad
vance of tbe mail.
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For LonlsTllle and fincian&tl.
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8. Gr. WOOD,
. WHOLESALE DEALER IN
GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES,
No. 45 Union Street, !
Has on Hand and is Constantly Receiving
Superfine Family and Extra Family Flour and -leal,
Family Hard-water and Toilet Soaps,
Mackerel in barrels, half-barrels and kits,
White Fish in half-barrels, . . .
Salmon in kits,
Sugar-Cured and plain llama, Bacon and Lard,
Batter and Cheese,
Rio, Laguyra, Maracaibo and Java Coffee,
Green, Black and Japan Teas,
Sugars, of all qualities and grades,
Golden Syrup and Molasses,
Maccaroni, Tapioca, Sago and Vermacelli,
Rice, and Pearl Barley,
Tomato Catsup, Cumberland Club and Pepper Sauces,
Lea & Perrin's Worsterehire Sauce,
English and American Pickles,
Baisins, Currants, Citron and Sardines,
Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Canned Peaches, Plumbs, Cherries, Blackberries, Raspberries
Oysters, Salmon and Lobsters,
Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs, Cloves, Ginger, Cinnamon, Ac,
BL C&rb. Soda, Saleratus and Yeast Powder,
Wrapping Paper and Taper B gs,
E R. Durkee's Extarcts,
Tubs, Buckets and Brooms,
Ale and London Porter in bottles,
All ol which I am offering at
Oixll jxntljtidgre lor yourself.
a A. CAMPBELL..... - B. W. SPIRE.
CAMPBELL & SPIRE,
(SUCCESSORS TO H. CAMPBELL)
Importers of and Wholesale and Retail
y . v inly
Silver Plated and Britannia Ware,
Castors, Forks, Spoons,
Table Cutlery, Tea Trays, &c.
LAMPS and COAL OIL
Assorted Crates for Country Trade,
ALWAYS ON HAND AT
IJo. 7: Ftiblic Square.
Prices Reduced on all Imported Goods in the sam Pro
portion as the decline in Gold.
ill Foreijra Goods, which oompriee Isrire pmpnrtio of oar stork, we import direct from the
Potienee, tad til Amencw meonlsciure, we order from the M snoftRlarer ; we ere thereby eneliled to
compete wilb toy market in tbe United States, only tddiiiK the difference to treosportatioB ; tod es bota
metnhert of tbe firm hare been eoVd with IL Oeniphell for many 'year, we, therefore, aatiex
oaiMlve that we are thoroughly acquainted with tbe crockery busine-s, sad are fully prepared be
supply tbe waate ot tbe public
PtiUfsJir lilistloa p&Id ( Paekiag tni Shipping
OAMPBSLL li SPIRE,
Ir. Velloo's IMul- Ocrixto !
FOB THK riTEBMIKATIOIC Of
Bodj Lice, Crab Lice, and other Vermin,
And for the Cure of Common Itoh, Camp Itoh, Barber's Itch, Tsoriasis
Scald -Ileail, Tetter, Pandrutr in the llsir or Beard. Also all
Diseases of tbe Skin. Trice f 1 per box.
This Cerate has hees In ue in Frasoe, asd all the European eonnlriee, and was disco T
e'l iiy nee of ihe most eminent and diet nguixbed .Hurneoss in Ihe City ot Pans.
The proprietor hex none to (real expense to procure Uie original receipt ol Dr. Vrllock
fcr bis reueiptot tbe Cerate ; aim) his celeorated
ALTERATIVE. OR BLOOD PURIFIER,
which should tie used to Cleanse the Blood, and open the Bowels in all diseases of the
hlcm. Jt m not nnwiary to be used with tbe I'EKSTK, a here tbe object v the destrao
tion of Lice or other Vermin.
P,ve One Dollar Per Bottle.
rTician, pnera!1y. pay little or no atinlinn to thee ailhctiona. and the ce nseqoence
is familiep satr sret annoyanoes from Uek, T-fttr, Hunt- Warm-, dr , and alt iA-i-myx..
of fhe stun, aod finally the diseane o. the skin are t rannmiUed from parent to
eliild ; and can. h IV reoieiiee he permanently our-d and eraticaled Irom the system.
The PINK I'KKA I B and tbe ALTKK I I VB msy bs found tot tale by all iirugxinla,
aad can he sent ty mail or expreoa to all paru of tue couuu-y.
All orders should be addressed to
JAMK8 OtiAHCOCK. Pronriftor,
Post cilice Boi 61, luaslmlle, Tfen.
TARTAN CO , are my Wholesale Asento in Nsehfille, lent. mans fcm.
The Most Perfect m Tonic,
HKfiKMAVJ Ferrated Kliiir of Park, or F.lisir
of Oaltsava Hsrk.wuh Pyropbosphaie cf Iron.
Prepared hy Hiv.KMAN CO., Chemists sud
lmn'pst-., hew Vork.
PV KOPHOSPH A 1 K Of IRON was intTodueed ly
F.. R.b:qipi, of tins, in 1S.-S, asd receired kiTort
bie notice Irom the r reach Academy; it in eaai y
aesimilased, and not decomposed in the aiomacb hy
food or the gastric juice; it it a prompt, efbcieot
tome, eombiniBn the eflectt of Pbospborus and
Iron, and is not stitnnlat'bg crimtant.
Unr KKKRATab ELIXIR OK BAKK Is t pleas
ant Cordial, poteemiit the Taluauie propemee of
Cel'seTS hark, and coolains eight grain oV tbe Py-toohospha-e
of Iron in each flu . I ouiye; and in all
raeea. where a mud aad enVnone iron Tome is
drmred. will 1 found a mow vsiuaolc preparat on.
terplee fureisbed to Phrsiciana on appiicalina.
H Kit A(-'.Mt CKl'a'l J. se.cieafroaiten.nj
oonntry cli.i iro, warranted rehalue.
b tbsM iNt CU'a Cordial Kiii,? Oal aaya Iark.
Alnns aud Koo Loeni;ee sax! Chioraie Po.anh Lo
leaiti. All tbe alxire soil ty tTutgista.
B Kb KM A CO.,
BarT ftra Cbemitta and Lruei;iSfa, New fork.
Welti's Union firejorb,
IMPORTKR Cbiweee nre-Crarkera, Kacketa,
Ao- Maaal-cwrer Lanterna, K ir, Ac Also
targe saeortene-t at bit ew importatMa of
Toy asd raster tieoda,
Joha Isms st. aeat Braedway, Ke-Tark Qty.
HENRY k JOHN PAEET, Jr,
ii CIIAXOERS STREET,
Manufacturers and Jobber
A tarre Stock adapted to Southern Trade.
Busheit of Pried Peachea,
fi,i huehxa of tried Appite,
.'" Pound, of Featfiera,
i.u.i pounds of llnoistT.
Pounds of (rtoseng.
0,1 ou i'uunos of Woe.
CloTer, FIsx and Grant Heels, of all kind. For ti
which trie highest narket pnoee wul be paid.
Washisotos, April 1. The President
has Dominated lor confirmation Pmitbe
Presitlent of tbe Central Northern Bank, to
be Collector of the port of Sew 1 ork.
London. C. W., April 16. A supposed ac
complice of the 1'hilsilalphia murder has
been arrested here, lie give his name as
aIilwauss, April 16. The United States
Circuit Court baa aibrmed the judgment in
case of Silata Chamberlain ts. tbe Eastern
DiTision of the LaCrosse K. EU Co.. for pria
cipal and interest, amounting to about one
Tokoxto, C. W., April 16. Orders have
been issued for the whole Provincial force
to parade and drill two days in every week
A proclamation has been issued de
clsricg the act respecting tbe public health
to be enlorced lor six months.
Washinotos, April 16. Among the mass
of testimony submitted to-day from the
Committee oa Eeconstroction, was that of
lion. A. i. Stephens. Mr. Stephens gave
as his opinion that overwhelming majority
of the people of Georgia are exceedingly
anxious lor the restoration of the Govern
ment, and for the Stale to take her former
position in the Union, and enjoy her rights
and adjust all of her obligations as a btate
under the Constitution of the United
6 tales as it stands amended. It is his opin
ion and is the sentiment of the people of
Georgia that the exercise and right or re
uuion was restored from a desire to render
tbeir liberties and institutions more secure
and from a belief oa their part that this
was absolutely necessary lor that object.
Ho believes that the people are perlcotly
satisfied with their past experiment, and
they will never resort to that measure of
madness again, lie believes the only hope
lor tueir liberties now is tbe restoration ol
the Constitution of the United Slates and of
the Government under the Constitution.
Washisctox, April 16. A dispatch says
another batch ot Generals of high grade
will soon oe mustered out 01 service.
K sw York, April 16. A dispstch from
Eastport announces further Fenian troubles.
tbe particulars of which are not received
Mr. Hitchcock also introduced a bill to
remove the oilice of Surveyor General of
the State of Iowa and Wisconsin, to l'orts
mouth, Nebraska, ltesd and referred to
the Committee on rublic Lauds.
Mr. McKee otl'ored a resolution which
was adopted, requesting the lresideut to
communicate to the House any correpond
ence with tbe French Government with re
gard to the withdrawal e! 41s forces Irom
Mexico, which may havo been exchanged
since the correspondence communicated to
the House in Jauuary 1666, whether tbat
correspondence has been published by the
French Governmeut among theolliciai doc
uments communicated to tbe Frenca Cham
ber, and esjecially any correspondence in
regard to any spocilio promise from the
French Emperor to put a stop to his pro
ceedings in the Republic of Mexico and
discontinue operations there.
Mr. Payne o tiered a resolution instruct
ing the Committee on Kule to inquire into
and report on the expediency of providing
by unicudincnu 01 toe rule wnen the House
shall bave under consideration or resolu
tion returned by tho President with objec
tions, neitber a motion to lay on the table
or a motion to postpone indehnitciy, shall
be in order.
M r. tldridc-e moved to lay the resolution
on the table, which was lost by a vote of 45
yean to il nays. The resolution was then
Mr. lucersoll otlered aresolutien instruct
ing the committee f jr the District of Colum
bia to enquire into the expediency of es
tabiisning the eight hour system, as it 19
called, as constituting a days' work in the
District ot Columbia.
jur. nuson 01 lowa, tuirzestM that a
proposition on the subject of government
employees in the District, was before the
Judiciary Committee, and that the Commit
tee had taken action on it.
Mr. Ingersoll said he was aware of that.
but this wtnt lurther, aud proposed to es
tablish by law a regulation of the hours of
labor in the District lor the lubarinr part of
Mr. rarnswortn moved to lay the resolu
tion on the table, which was lost by a vote
of 16 yess to VU nays.
Ihe morning hour bavin? expired, tho
resolution went over until next Monday.
Wash moTort, April 16. Hon. A. H. Ste
phens was before the Keconstruction Com
mittee on the 11th. lie was sworn aud ex
amined by Mr. ltoiitwull as follows:
yucslion. btate your residence.
Answer. Crawl'ordaville, Georgia.
O. What means have you bad since Lee's
surrender to ascertain the sentiments of tho
people of Georgia regarding the Union?
A. 1 was at my bouse, in ueoreia. at tho
time of the surrender of Gen. Lae, snd ro-
nisinea there until the 11 th of Mav. and
during thut time conferred with the people
n my immediate vicinity, ainonr them the
Governor of the State and one or two other
prominent men, from the 1 lib. of May till
my return to Georgia, which was on the
oin ol October. 1 bad no means of know
ing anything there except through the pub
lic press and such letters as I received irom
the time of my return until I left the State
on my present visit here. I had very ex
tensive intercourse with the people visiting
Augusta and visiting Uilledgeville, during
the session of the Legislature. I conversed
very lreeiy and lully with all tho
prominent and leading men, or most them,
in the Legislature, and a great many of
prominent aud iniluential men of the State
ot connected witn me egislature, nnd by
letters aod from correspondence with men
n the Slate whom 1 have met. 1 believe
thst embraces a full answer to the question
of my means of sscertaining the sentiments
of the people of that State upon tho subject
O. As the result of vour observation.
what is your opinion of the purposes of the
people with reierence to the reconstruction
I the oovernmeut; and what are their de-
ires and purtoses concerning tbo main-
tainance ol tbe Government?
A. My decided opinion is that en over
whelming majority of the peoplo of Georgia
are exceedingly anxious for She restoration
of the Government, and for the Slate to
take her former position in the Union ; lo
ave her benators and Itepreseutatives ad
mitted into Congress, and enjoy all her
ights, and discharge all her obligations as
Stale under tbe constitution of tho I uittd
Stales as it stsnds amended.
U. What are their present views concern
ing the justice of the rebellion? Do they
l present believe it was a reasonable and
proer undertaking, or otherwise?
A. My opiuion oi the sentiment of the
people of Georgia upon that subject is that
the exercise oi tbe right of secession was not
resort to make their liberties more secure;
it was a question of policy of measures.
HECKMAN Co'sGEM'ISI MEPKnNALCOD
Lier t'il bus vrofed. b tweciv Tear.'
mi,. moM valuanie remedy
while cures the disease, it ves .ireni.'i
- ' - -:''7J-
- ''li '
to the 1
th and A'-ti
PHtiecL lirU, mir. .,,,1 im-i
Kresh Luer, with great cure, w.thoot any arhacial
bieachisg. Scld ty Lnuju .
, BKGEMAN A CO..
marT-im Chemists and DrUKawis, Hew York.
ssawj pelnta, kat alt aree that
SSIOLiXDEE'S EXTRACT BICKU
cures KIDNEY DISEASES, RHErMATM, URL
MART DISORDERS, 6RAVKL, WEAKSE39 and
PAINS in the BACK. FEMALK COMPLAINTS,
and DISEAS&S anting from EXCESSES, more
quietly and effectually than any fluid Extract
Backu ia the market.
TAKK ft O OTHKIl.
Sold by all Apothecaries. Price f U
D. BARNES k CO.. New Tork. and BARNES.
WARD a CO., tin Orleans. Southern Aienia.
BURLEIGH a Ri.tlwS, Wboleeale Dniarixts,
Meton. Ma., general Agents, iiebia ly
k' - T . -s-T'. -Vj o. .i - 1 ii-;
Tho Dispensary is Located at :
NO. 3 DEADERICK STREET,
IN NASHVILLE; TENNESSEE.
LATHROP, LUDINGTQN 6 C(L
;330 Hroadway, IV ew V ok
VFFER to Soulhernand Western iohhers snd re.
J Uulera, at the lowest miukel puces
A very Isrce and attractive sroi-k of Prese
Cloths. Notion Hosiery, While (joods, Ac.
NiSIlVlLLE 4 CU.lTTll00fil
CHANGE OF flUE.
15 C J
Omn of Grukkal Pi-rraixTtMosaT,
ri. A C. and N. A. N. W. Kailsoa
JMasuvillb, Tins., Much till,
(IN and alter Tiitsdny, March , UHi, and until fur-
v tbur notice, i'ansener Inuna a.U luu aa ki
NASHVILLE - CIIATTAXOOGA LINE.
l.KATB NashTille for ChalUnnnira, and all iMnnls
Sooth at 7. .si a. m. and S:m e. n. Arrive at Chatta
nooga at &:2U i. if. and l:4o a. u., net dnr.
Ktuminir late t'tmttaiKSHia ni li'm a. a..ni
8 l". p. m. Amreat itimlc at 4 io r. a. and S 15
a h , next day.
all trains connect at Wartraoe for Shelhyville.
UASUVILLE A X0KT1IW ESTERX LIXE
inte pasnvnie lor Jornioniile, and all point
Wet and Northwest, at t. r. . Arrive at John
son rule at s-.ju p. .
Keturning Lesre Jonnsonvuie l:to a. .. arnve
at Fot-shTille at S:6oa. m.
Trains on N. AN. W. R. R. connect at Johnson-
villc wiih first class line of Meaniers (or Paducan,
BERTHS AND MEALS FREE,
on steamers connecting wiih N A N W Kailrot I,
Paeeengers by this route
SAVE EXPENSE OF SLEEPING CAES
between N-shville and Cairo.
Trains stop at all nirmeime points.
WM. V. l.NNKs.twn'l Sun't
N. C. and N. it. W. K. K di
OBI ER A FINE
' Wa asm in store aad lor sale to doe eeasaga-
enoo Pooads heat Breads ftmekia Toheceo,
loo Boxes asd boxes Vir. Cbetrtac Tobseoo,
IU0 EUs sVberteon county Whisky.
A VEST LARGS BTOCK OF
Baling, Rpe A Ealiag Tiriae,
AD of which we will sell as eheav as eea he bought
m LowevUle, ba. Louis ov Cincinnati naarkesa.
W AR1 AU TEX BOLK AGE5T3 TO
ForcTs Phosphate or Fertilizer.
Te lite Prartaraa tannev the erteairv Ire this ar
te h- kn kMSI keewm. east we are 'nappe to ae
eure ths-e uiaS we aoeiJ AefeerVar keep a Aiii Mark
ef x eiwaye oa band.
eaa4 n your eraera earry. taawt aad jrt nrm
lara ALUSONS & KIRKMAN,
1, 11 aal SS ft. Market a
NASHVILLE, - - TEXN ESSES,
CisnanATi, April K.
Flour in yo'Vl demand and prices advnncini;;
stamlsrd Biipeine ITri7 2; do xtrs M;
do Family f Hi; Fsnej J10 5C(312.
Wheal iinsfttl.il and Lifher; No. 1 new lied
20 ; old Rel is held at ti 40l4i 6.
Corn in good demand at &2(-a Vic ia elevator.
Oate beid lc higher ; No. 1, 41 ; No. 2, 3
Fnme Rye finn at ?0,avT.V;.
llarley firm at lo for prime lo choice Wil
ier ; II 'l' (ot Canadian.
Wei.-.ky rirmst $2 il.
Provisions np- ned firmer, lul closed ralhernni. t.
Mess Pork sold at liir.' for coontry, ami
iiy hulk Dci'sts held at Hiij.l.HaU1 hut not much
JHeeot li-, 14 V";i!.
Lard at l"V'"tl.V-. out no typri tt over lSc.
Co' ton dull ; no new rate of qooutiona eta be
Gc!d closed at lis',.
Th J vice, which U sever rraetirei In
ihe presenca of any one, has proved the
everlasting ram ol thouss-ils of the noblest
and most talented yorinf men thai ever
fare tongue to eloquence or pen to sonr.
t has destroyed health, blasted the const!
tation, and reduced the miserable Victim ic
a livisr; skeleton. Nor are these its fiaa
and fatal effects; ia ita pains are scattered
ine rums cf reason, the moat melancholy
tight tnal can meet mortal eyes. To be
cured permanently of this affliction, call oa
Dr. Oieman, No. M North Cherry street,
or address hun by letter, Sox MI, Nssa
Tille, Tena- fabM-tf
Trrtons residing in and about the eily of
. ain vine, ana tiioee from a aistance, who
may be sillicted with ny private disease,
are particularly requested to read me ad
verliwmer.t (riven in this pspef, of Ir.
King's Inspeasary, No. 3 laderick street.
Apr, 111 11.
WH ITEM AN BROTHER'S
PAPEU WaUIEIIOI SK.
TT 1 1 J, pev eu or a-bwei Omumi Ha-. I
paue sj 'svxikk, weuiea tunc, OaUuS waes
ISO. fit R. X. CX'KIBJl FUBUO BsiUAJUX,
H. V. B AS SETT,
TTAS NOW IN PERFE
XX BuiiUiu fttljiiiaiOAj; hu
Xo. 3G Cedar Street,
Which couutins a large Ilarber Hbop,
TEN BATH ROOMS
I! of whi.-h are fitlJ tip n I furnl-lie-l in tli tt
1 be ltp nu kootti ran nt tnf:rei cnu
mn nrt wi-hm- tu ittop Mt a Hldl. hhI x' -vtieir
MetUi at timti lo suit tht ir coufui'U. t.
HOt, COLD AM) SHOWbli
15 -A. rX" II fS ,
tt all hoiirt. The Fsrhers are all W'i'tt Men, and
the lies ttiat could he procured in INew York an. I
Connected with tint wed known House it a ben-tlemen't
HAVlXi; practiced oyt ..rty years, treating 4 m tl s i',iT
. r."n- lor the last a. us sars in Nn-hn.. !.
uistiy m.Misan.ls of cav, present, ni at his l.is.s.
:iO may lvoch:m ailtl scan: or h
f N-w T
nrescntinir sl his I M.ti.,.,1. i... . . . . .
cure, ami , v. - ' ' ' " ' 'r "
- Fnt HS.I11IB H, ail W .
u7i.i:-.lVU Ol llli-if CrV-S'A.
k.I-'i " 1'.. K,
i.M.in , .
s. l.'Ut I ,
Thu dillieolly cured in t few dnys without nauseaiinx medicines or i m' .1 ,
:Strictnre In the nretha, orother nn.ie,t from ill cured, or i
meutwhi.e lahunn under l.otKrrbea, cured in a lew A.ys w.tbout cAitein. pa..i.'
I .il -r.i
ci ine di.-
ils FYroinr, seond:.rv an I Tsorisry r,ra, cnrc.1 n a Tsry -hort .- , .....
perlc ti srn licated rroin Ihe co-' lul.. n. ),., h .!, i , . . ' 1 " T '
IhftSS iStlttn Itlstin j n.arn ... . ,A , , . ' H". - .'.'-.:ti
.., , M- tl,-v i- u.ifiBK irum a nenniiuir triui-n....
lurLing in the sysuiuu
Wiih any d rti nliy nf the Womh, er other mlmcm, sr'sctuai'y etire-l,
or by a description n-Teul y tn-ir tim ;y ptivsician ol ine case.
hy wr.Lo ;
This ill ." feet is brought on Mit-rf hnbit i of yonih. F-rh f an-,.t i,,,,,,, ) . . ..
Tic, it not only . rir,4 tnlT a.i nnn-l, r"ii irint tht mn,- -i r m f. i f t t:m .!,.,
bat i'sIUmid ir:..m( !TUituni9 u te iipreheii(lti J rum ils mUw l -n w.
Kfdicines Furnishftl at tbe Dirnrj.
All person nhron.l, who write, desirine in!'.rnin(i..ii respc, t n :!i.- r . i-.
e.l t i inclose Ten Ivlitrs, to iusnre n answer, winch sum Will be. u.l I, I n u.,.
charged to cure tlieir case, rovul'd tho citse is tiii.cu.
Patient3 from Abroad
Will bo provi.Icil Willi ri'iuf irtal'ie hoir.l, lo.li;;ii , tn l everir atl- nl: n. Lr i: ,'h
necessary arriineiiieiits iu advance ol Uivni l"r Nii-livu!.-.
This Pispenssry is loestcl on t)n Sinilh ti.la of Dcn.leri. , -.v ,t (j,0
ver the luismess hmise i f K.'l.t. Lve X C".
y" A 1 1 business cr.ti.lcui::il.
.,. .rwMedu-ines sent hy express auU mail to an y :i, t nf the ,- y v.
Direct nil letters l
Iot Oilice IIox lil.'i.
I'LAi'tKiciv etui:i-:t, NASIIV1I.
1". TKN N .
-cT"0l'lce li utra fruiu S iu tho moruiiii? !
& in tbo eveuiin!
An Old Seng, aet io a New Tune.
' Uhh ir-:
A , v,.i .-.-.,
IF YOU ARE SICE
1 1 arUcUrt
where jnHwtH cna b flimi'htd with
DrMfii.nr or a C4mpt-ioutat.
H. V. fl. ha imiwrts?, Infer utork of th mont
rtehrrt Prfnmwf in tlirci Irom I'-uip, thnxtKll
his ,x'-nt in hw York. mnr7-u
"Wholesale and Retail
S. SICKLES & GO'S,
40 COLLEGE STKEET,
WI are da ly receit nz snd openisi;
and eleeant stork of
which we will sell
Lower than tho Lowest.
ti' S, HIhm ne kn4 rown hhsfl ti,; aol hhittiDg,
Krenrh nni Vvvich ti9jif. iHi, li':'tt nl u y
b uan, n i ail 'yl$ of
New and Fashionable .
Iacs Mtntlllaii and Shawls, Pi;k Cok. asd c:rx-
lsrs, hanss, Jsronft, aud Ma;i, .N-mw..A Mu.-lit)
Br.liaaunee, Marseilles tjuiiia.
A lares nts-k of Tstle Linen, Towis, I. inns and
VorsUsl l'als-t)tara, i'.anu Covers, in.n i.iaeue.
CoU ja lAa.er, c
There can also be found s well selected stock of
GEjrj FmisritfG goods,
Buch as Trrwh, Eul sh ard Anstran Caesimers,
iiuv:k lfsAin n i hr-d Cloths,
Come fee, eorre all, an.1 turn n our Hirlc l.
frre por.-n.mnv eiseshere. Ki.rsMs:y do we ca 1
the aiunuon of Country Msrcuanw, aeat are d
Usrm.ned to sell
Cheaper than any Kou.it in tht City.
(to us s tnal, and satry yourself.
8.SICKLTS & CO..
u Ls.c);e street.
ymm n.V1 y n N. Y Cm.
uiy in'.-xilii rmren known."
'Kjt- cvimout ! iti'ir huii to die.'
'I'ontarV Rat, Uoath,
's a p.s,. u--1 I r hit''.
h''tCK 'Old i-'td .1 If 1, It-.
tf., f. x tor's,
.Vnr. U i..,
I. .. .tl'., (IC.
Costar's" Brd-Bu; Kxti'rmlnator,
Is a ihi'iid or wash u-ed lo lcsl oy, snd
a! so as a prevent e for l!ol-lJ jt J--.
CostarV Klectrlt Powder for Insects
is lor AT fx. .i"ii'n, -''it., '-;i.-.t
vt'ty'ji un I'Uiitt', tuf t-', .l'ni'i'ii.i, JC ,
mr r I Hmmr I H of a I worthleee im tslion.
er tee thst t.cs-MeV nsme ia on ccn tox,
IVolils. and Klask, hel"e mn i.uy
1-AldresA USSHV tt. I'0.T4K.
V-1 l.roaoway, t. T.
srsold in Nf-hTil, Tsnn ,
Ser Hy W. J. A f. W. SMITH,
And all linisiiia aud Rttairrs.
INCRK4SK Of RATS Tbm f'trwie,', t,'.t-'V
(KnK)'-n) iwMTinl prove- tf ft Kit re st tht io
av.r of KK'IM wilt n irooT m1 tadnt
do )4wa than i-l,i' to irirww Tn. irw, unl-
lh'i imririi tmii y '"an Uh a pi dowa, thwy would
cintinM morw thaa woultl muisUiu ,.is Lu
o "OitrrAi alTrtifn.nt aliov.
RATH rrrviA., I,Ikl WhiaWsje-r!!. ia hv(
.Dtf small ir l ia a rrti'l iiima : wbotvr nl' m x
icriitinatina rnt w lL-Jst lor. W fhuit IHka
Mnir on ut k " In (rot tit. ol thr -1 nD .
to dr v okt u. ih- p.tH. W Qt wtTriln ik
tefttii."4 -joip. rai-t. anti tiaia fur til a Uim
a. ( 'Iit" ,lm ' It'll l( A'. 1'.
A'be ''1"itai'b" aiTert4fiznntatxi(a-
'COHTAR3 RiT EX 1 KkMi.NATuR i irnp,
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Eat Side Public Squirt,
HARE & ROBERTS, Proprietors.
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la Ciisioct-rr &i C&rthitgw, Tenneeee.
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