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Ti idalI!ritil, Gt6ber 16 'J6
T P.SLUMI, ECsq., 'ia the
solt igel, for this paper in Charleston
Mr.- JAs:. H. S4ITI, formerly
of this, pl zee,. but now residing in
Charlqtte, N. U.. is our authorized
agent for the NEws.,
Mr.- SIrIT oan. b found at the
T - Out readers- will' plvase look
over tl, barofiess of our Zditor0il col.
u n IMhi mo'ning. Olur Editor,. Mr.
IK: aY .\.. dMIL,ARD bilg absent. fro*
tow' a Id his Associate, Mr. D. 1R. Mo.
0 E1't i We ar piiiied to say is idis
p "d, 81ii so, thit he is Iable to,
at trnd obietiness.
JtTI EF,-Ari)icH O.N THE ORDI.R OF
GEN. -SICKLeS.-Hlis honor recently
held court at Yorkville .in thn place o'f
Judge Dawkins who isill. In his ad
dress to the grand jury, which w! find
in the Eauirer, he remarked that:
"It was his privilege to stata to them
that an order had been recently is
sued by'the, CommandaRt:of the State,
restoring to th,e' jurisdiction of the
State, all matters coming under the
the cognizance of her otirts, with one
or t-wo exceptions. Tho Vagrant Act
and the penalty of whipping for cer
tain offences, were not permitted to be
enforced 'inder this order. While
he c6ngratulated the jury upon this
near approneh of the State to,the man
agement of her own offairs once inre,
-he must express the humiliation he
felt that we were under the control of
a power which could still address its
edicts to the Stata.permissively as re
garded the enactment of laws. for its
proper welfare. In relation to the
act against vagnriney, the military iu
thoritics required that if upon indict
ment, the defendant offered proof that
lie had made reaeonable effort to ob
tain employment and failed,'tliat he
should not be subjected to the penal
ties of conviction. This, in 'effect,
nullified a wholesome law. It would
be easy enough for a bad man to
prove that he had made applination for
employment.., It was a well known
fact that persons of a notoriously bad
eb-araeter could not well procure cm
ployiment, where others cou!d, and it
was against such person4 that the act
was mainly intendd to operata.* Un
der these trying cireumstances of our.
condition, lie counseled patience.
Tihere w.;s aphigher degree of courage
in submitting to yvhat we could' iut
uvort than in growing restive under
In,relation to the freedmen thrown
upon the protection of the laws of the
State, he urged the Grand Jury to see
that strict and impartial justice be ac
corded thein. In some coniunities,
lie regretted to sny-and lie hoped not.
in this one-many acts of lawlesness
had been committ9d against thee
people that called for prompt and de
eisive punishment. - His experience
had been that this class of persons
(the fradmen) had exhibited a dispo
wition in regard to thu 'lis, that had
entitled them to their 'fullest protee..
tion, and he was unwilling to see a
spirit bf proscription manifested tos
How TO Do UP SIRaT BosoMs.-We
have often heard ladies express a de
sire to know.by what process the fine
'gloss observable on niew linens, shirt
bosoms, &c., is prodluesd, and in order
to gratify theni, we submiit the follo*t
ing receipt for makihig Gum Arabie
Starch:, Take two oi, fine white gum
arpbic powder, put it into a pitcher,
and pour on it a pipt or more of boil
ing water-neccording to the degree o'f
strongh' yon desire-an'd then having
covered i't, let.it set all night. In the
r,norninig pounr cairdfully from the dregs
into a clean bottid, eork, it and keep it
for use. A tablespoonful of gumu wa
ter stirh'ed into,ri pint of stdre h made
in the tisnhl Indnher wvilgivd to eithier
whit&or printed lawns a look of nev
nes 'hipn nothing eIse .can 'restore
thmn'ifterrsiVng. SIth aiuted,
it ts'flso goip4~ for' thin muslinh and
N4on-hS C4ROtI4A Por ITres.-Dr.'J
TI. Lesh, a-prominenteoid~en -o John..
. ston.Oounty, writes to the peoplie -of
that County: :n
"If this Amendment -be ntadapted,
none add be att r' hbida the
Srevo ' ,esit3pp..
fOWo-. o Cn.An",-Thaf the s Irongs
est irou-elad aloat. might be 'vent to the
bottom as easily as a wooden f. igate is. now
a fact. about w,ich It is hardly possIhlt1
entertain . a doubt. A target with treJlr
resisting powers than the brotdstdo. of,any
iron-caed frigate or the turret n Anv
monitor has been cenplef'ely sinished by a
particular kind ot shot fired itfrom a par.
tacular'kind of gun, and that. gun and that
shot aro ti British make and invention. It
is of equal Import-tmee to-observe that the
gun which has proved so irresistible Li not.
a piece ofa tiprfIftlous calitAe or imprio
ticabl4 welght03ut only . suqh a glin as
could te carrie anip workcll in n ship's
borad,ide., Whereas, too, it is sOarely
credible that any ship could be sent to sea
with thi -ker or moro ponderous armor thlih.
was reprosented in the large detolished, it
iitvOry creil*1 'indekltiltt - the- Cn1bro;
charge and powee of Iho 0ah might be in
oreased. so tit the qesctial question be.
tween ships itnl guns may be regarded n
settiled. That is the conclusion forced ipon
us by the results of the remarkable reperi
mlinits just. reported from Shoeburyngss.
The targot oposed to tire on this- occa
sionI wits built up'of eighteen inches of te-k,
and this SCompact m11fis of wood work w,S
covered in front Wita solid plates of rolledl
iron eight inches thick, and strengthened at
the bck bv an inner skdn ofiron three
quarters of an iinch thick. Altogether.
therefore, this imaginary ship's broadside
was Oin )ut nu thick 1as the wall of an old
Norn: m vastle, while ie Materials were
hard tik nne solid troll. instead'of ashiler
and subble. If castles, in fact, had boen
built inl such a feshion. they wouhl hnye
retained up to our own oay wi impregnable
to artillery as Ile? origiially werk; to bows
and nriewtz. Nevertlesil'4, When a gun
de tas Il( 4nial iich muzzle loading
wrouht -iron Woolwich rifle gin" was train.
ed araint thi target, aid ired Wii it a
chai..( of forty-thren po'lnis of powir lo and
a 250 pound hell of 'Mnjor Palliser's chill
ed metal, the efiect was decisive. The pro
jeotile, we are told, -went clean clean
through everythitis, plate. backing. and
inner skitn, and lodged itielf, after explod.
itig. tn sone timber about uwenty feet be
hind the lalrget. Ainything more orushing,"
it is Oidded. "than tle shock of.this 'nisshin
it would l'o diflicult. to conceive. for' it
struck full upon one of the verticni pattls nf
t he target- and Iote itj was throrigh -as if
only opposed by a timber screen." A re
petition of the exporiisen dil,k1ut. poln i rn
thty results, and the miain fict ilerefore is
placed beyond reach of doubt.-London
imurs, September 17ts.
PRTsAaPn DAvis.-When the smoke anl
duet of this conflict shall clear aways, and
the record of the great. nasize of history be
mado up. andi the sentence pronotnceld on
this most stupendous struicele of seperate
nationtality, there will stnnd forti no fllzire
so sublmo as that of this gallant, soldier.
brilliant. orantor, sangncious statesman nul
i-ristian gentleman. bereft of every earthly
possession; shut out, fr.in all converse with
the hunian family, guarded by mutes. jail.r
ed by a tyrant, accaed by an a3sasin,
Ireabling with paralysis. blind matnneted,
tortued with an ingenions cruelty which
denied him Hleep, with a. bnrtal mob of sil
lions clamoring for his >lood, yet calm,
defiant and undaunted.tasking no favor of'
the best, and no guard agjeiast the worst,
save A public trial In tho coatte of his foes.
Life has been allotted to him well vigh to
the verge if his i brue-scove years. Honors
have poured on him for moreWh.lan half his
life, filling full the measure of Amiericap
fame. Yet wore his llfe to rival the a2o - of
the patriarohs, and his honors to double the
glories of tho ilitastrious son of David. the
bright proticulas year of his historj, would
be that in which, a chnined captive. tht.
last violt of a lost cause, he raised is
voice 'in perpetunI claim for no favor of
twenty milliois of enemies, hit jistice.
A feeble tongue, it may be, that makes
the appeal, but tbe cry pieroes the vassivo
walls of his hastile, drowns t le maultitudi.
hous Ioar of the neighborig sen, risex
above a victorious tfi6an'A pivans anil a
fallen nation's,wail, n will go sounding
down the ages," to assure the world that
the viritno men oa11 Rloman, andl the cour
age they call Spartan, died'nieither on thao
T iber nor the Eurot as.-Petes' furj lIuex.
TAtt PttA)st'ntA RIto-r.-Thae New
York hVorlId tnaus onmniously commontts etn
the Itpto political d.isturbanoes in Philatdei
The violence whaich was practiced r,gainst!
D)emocrats In Philadelphia, on Friday
evening, was but the hissing, throngh small
crevices, of the petit-up passions whaicha
have beean hocatedi to scolding and exlIlosive
force, tad art driving ,he 1tepub'iean or
ganaisation. like a hIgh pressure nocamo.
tive. toweardls a new aivil war.' It was
known by the Rtepuablicans that IHeister
Clymnerj the D)emooratio candidrate for (ov.
erntor, was o speak, and that, a great conm
couarse of lemooants wotAlu$ assemble tco
hear himn.."The Rehpu'blicaansj lulLof do
mince and beft on nischleV; elhosi to geltaup
a piolitiond proeessiohf-to parade 1 throagh
suaca streets, anad.at tauchl aanhour, nss wotuald
brinag it In contact with the D)emocratio
gathhering and barush its edge, anid thus I'i,
ttea row-a p.atriotic purptso in wihicha
they fully -iuecceeded. In :.no~ t,' part of
thae city the Deomoraic headtjunrl.ers were
attacked, thu windoaw:a uad tasparencas
smached, andl thme builng gui n ed, by t his
ph ilantharppic "tinrly ot' great moral ideas."
Whent p-trty passaionis bive bent kindled to
sucht a h .uch of -f::riits violms,od and ,intoh.
aity thit they?- -k 'forth Ii mob vioalencei
in a city of non-resistain tRepubkican Quak
ers.,he What cl'aims to bae, pmar oeellenco,
"the city of' br-otha'erly love," twe are drifting
on a stroog curreat, towards .a'oth.ti civil
NoboJly h,ik$i to hat'otodv; hanj ev'
eryl,ody it pleaal to thinak hinmst'some.
b)odya. Anmd. etverybody,is sormebod'y;
balt when aniybody baiIks himselft ta. be
som,ehody, Is genettiy thittks everydody
else to bo mnobody.
A Dancng Master Runs Away with an
I Reiress. '
Tl%e following is from thiePa is 'u JCCn
flc4idh : The quiet of lio-' ron-antio little
Citky. of the Maidens" was 'startled a few
days since 4y an 'uoxpected clopeuent - in
ftahionlable circles-tie parties being a
brilliant heiress just bidding into woman
hood and an accotplished profossor of cal
listhiie-s. formerly a gallant 'oldler ii the
Uonfederate army. The history of love and
courtship is (lie sime' old story-"the
course of true love never did run anooth"
-a 8$ern guardian, the custodian of the
fair one's wealth, interposed and forbade
t.a1 ntatulh, but in vain ; lie young atfstions
of thife lovers had been too deeply enlisted.
and' they had already becomo
"Two souls with but one singlo thought,
Two hearts that beatas one;"
and lid fully realised that "in life therf's
nothing half so sweet, as love's young
How the gallant professor wooed and won
her-wietheitr as tle dusky Moor wooed
Desdmnouna, and she lov*ed hil "for t-n dan
ger he hald passed," or whether I -ooed
her atmid the brihlint circles of tlie dance.
or "or by what .orcery" lie won her-we
kinow not ; but so it w:as t hey met and loved
de's'pite lite remonst raCe atil op1position of
lrent and gidiaa, dti-erminiud to link
theirdesLIny in the silhen chains of wed
A favorable opportunity presented Itself
last week to carry through succestfully
their long coatontplated elopemsent, It is
an old true saying, -Love laughs at lock.
smniths." nnol so it was in this Instane.
No- wit hstanding mite strictest servillance,
lie goldou ninment at ist'arrived Ily one
of -ive's stiratageit"s." to allay suspicion.
fle parti, uhiU not ivail tL.eiscl%es of tle
wms direct route or the ordinary miodo of
onveya/e, bu1.t first came to this oilty. Be
lays oif hursIei had already been planed at
cn:venient ditances along the route to the
Ohio ; iid by rupill driving tlie happy cou
-l e reached a. point opposite Aberdeen be -
youndA the hour of mitiight. lere nn u -
expected ditliculty tiore ; lie wiaters of t,ho
usuly placid Oliy were! nIgry and swollen;
e ni ight was piticl d.rk, a den4e tug having
setilel gloiomil' over the river, the star of
love itelf' seened ohscired; the skiffimnn
remonistrated ngninit the dangerous at tentpt
to eflect; the passage at that. hour of the
flight.: bit. his protes: was vain ; the lovors
"To tace t,ho raging of the flood,
But not, an angry father."
int. "-faint heart ne'r won fair lady ;"
the perilous journey was at last. safely made;
the venerable Esquire Shelton, now in the
nincty-scooid year of his nge. (who has
been ; miigistrate more than half a century,
anil diriig that timehas united about. fifty
cuels per year, ) wAs at onlec awakened,
and readily getting up. amid the congratu
litions of th frienls who, accompanlied
them, uitedl file thllpy lovers in ti -a holy
hands oar tniatriimofiy. - For tlie present Ilis
eleles the seine; whei the curtain next
rises. w ear-stly tvnst the iablean ia y
rpreprsent t lie brido and the bridegronm re
ceiving tihe congra tions of friends antd
lie liorgiveness al I benedictions of reli.
IN THE MIDST oF LIFE WE ARE IN
DEA'ru.-A forfiful ac'cidei, to.o
p lace at Ottory, St. Mary, a little
)1overshire town, on Supay. last.
Not long Pgo tlhw town was visited by
a destructive fire, which burned out
the people by whole streetp, naking a
blackenled ruIt of one quarter of the
rural, gniet place. A few*ale preach
er, connected with the Plymouta
Brethren took her stand in Jesu street
nilong thie ruinls oni Siday last, and
addre led a conigregation on the wrath
of God from a passage in the. Apoca
lypse,whieh desribles the wicked as
saying to the rocks and miuintnins,
'Fall on s and hide usfui he face
of him ft. sittethi on the' throne,"
whent suddenly a 'iminey near which
the meceting wa< held( felT upon thme
people, kiiug somec eighf6- nitne on
thme spot, seriously woeundinig - nd
imimng a dotzen snore, and linjuring
to a less extent si,xteen or soveinteen
otheors. Was there ever 'a nore sOI
umu exhortationi after a sernmon, or a
ecarer illustrationi of the truth, "In
t he midst of life we ore in deaith ?".
Th'le prvltlcal' lxnitiment at - tii.e' lat elqe'
lions in the Nortb was inatenase. -nnd miany
Serloets riots were. thae consmuanco. -The'
N ew York Iberald of' the~ 10 lnst: am,ys:
"A miob of radicals attacked the Nafione1
4Union 1Jeadqrietc's in lBalfiiore yrest erday.,
tore drqwn the UJr.ited Staitd d.ahak mstd'e
an assaualt on the Transicript office.~ but thae
police protly initerfered. A fight also
took rhco on Monday night between- th4
rival f:ctions, in whlich orne snan was sheb
three. t imes. One mnan was kiled in' 01ne
cinat1, on Monday night. in~ a bar room
fight, for shouting for the JReptblcan canjI
dates. A small fight occuirred at one of the
polis In Newark, ydsterday. Another oe
eurred In Terre hiatu ~Indana, in ohich
one ma'n, a Deinocrat, st'as killed, and se're
rl0er ertis. wounded, andl a terrible
rittok place In R'ichiond, Indiana, the
lIepuiblioan. organization called.the Grantd
Army of the Repubhlio, 'driving Gener'al
Merodith, ('elonel BIckeell and others from
a at an.d at n Doicratlo meet ing,"
' Mr. James oE onMisa Ella
lhan were lately joined in. wedlopk. a,
Rushmvmlle, Indimana Accoriding '0 f o10h
ove'rloisting fitness oi7 things,. tiie an.
nounemenmt shonld' appear se fnr hgri
cuiltaral doptrrnnt. . Amo~ farg; pro
dum~ the associat.iim of pork and .e'anis
hms bucomne a domestic fixture.
Naw n :,,0 ber M8-Gold 16W4; Sar.
hug 108. for s. Cotton firmer-sales
17.900 bales--Middlings 41@48. Floer
du1l; Southern $11.80@16 26; sales 220
barrels. Wheatsa.ady :Go bettr 4Roik
LivinPoom., Ootober 10.-Cotto, rmer;
salh .tb.day 20,000 bales ;.Middling Vands
l4ty1jurPooi., OLober 12.-The r.cars!,
Ciroulnar reports sales- of Cotton for the
Weik 95,000 balip1j: sales to-day V'.8004a1e.
Middling Uplands advanced to 1: Rence.
'MINDoN; OctOber 12!-CoUible 801 , FJVeS
Further Eleotion. News from. Indiana.:
Ix DIANa,ds, 'Oolober 12.-Official re
turns aro coxning in 'slowly. but shoW noth
ing to isdcate a'chauge I& the -general re
SaIV given in last ropbrt.
The Legislattro, from ret urns r4eelved tip
to this trme, stands: Senate, Republigans
82': Deuocrats 18. House, Republicatis
64; Democrats 8G. The Itpubltoan will
have a majority of 28 on-joins ballot.
The Congressional delegation stands 8
Republicans and 8.Demoorats.
Tho elention of Washiurn in 7th and 8th
Districts is conceded by both parties.
NEWY Yontc, -October 12,-Gonzales and
Peter. tfhe murderers of Senor Otta, were
excuted in Broqklyn to-ay within a few
blocks of the scene of the mnui der.
They nmade.a full contession of their par
tiolpation in the deed.
BALTIMon . October 12.--A public meet
ing was held in the city to-night. At Front
Street. Theatre, undler , auspicCs of the
American Freedmen's Union Conhitsiou
and Ihtltimore Asooistion for the Impiove
rnent of Colored People.
Chier Justice Owsse presided. Judge
inussela of Boston. Henry Ward Beocher,
General 0. 0. floward, and others, address.
ed the neetitg.
PirlLADR.1 11A, October '12.-The Legis.
lative vote stands: Sente.lRepublicans 48;
Deknqcrats 12. House, Republicans 08;
'The Republican majority oqjoint ballot
Wmsnix-ox, October 12.. --The United
Stittes Circuit Court met. yesterdiay at
Trenton. N.J., but adit.urned for the ferm
in accordance with opinion of Chief'Just.uce
Ch1so, that Circuit Courts cannot be held
t1ni i a new asigiment of Circuits is niado
WAs16XaO, October 12.--The heavy
rain storm which comtuenoed otw4he sfter
noon of the 10th, stillI continue.
The qpaintity of rain .whic, has (allen is
extraorinary, and the d*inage, i trany
inbiancea, has been very serl6tts is this v.
WAsHINCoTUX, October 18..--Boron Stoke.
ly. Russian, Mihister, and M. Ilo4iseo b*s
beeu introdue6d to the.Tresideut as Obharge'd
A yning man by the name of Thomps'oa.
who thas been mployed as cerk in the In.
spector's blvisif of the Navy Yard in this
city, hails been arre.49,:d on the charge'of
robbing theUov-aanei:t of goods vulujpd'0t
between fourteeit and fiteen thousand dol
lays. The acused' has been, employed in
the Yard since 1861.
PuirLAA.tA,dtobair 1 --Te pro
prietor of thle J'iber holatis ded vigotous
iinvest igatitons to be made iwto the of-igin of
he de~sach whith appiearied;Iio it a cqluman
on Tueaday last relative to qittions aid to
have been subraitted by thme Y'resident to
the Attorney General. All of theb facts con
necte'd with the despakoh, togetlhot' *ith the
original papers, the name or the Washing.
top informant of the .Ledg,er'# eorrespodeant,
and thme grounids upon yhich tile despatch
was based and forwarded from WV ashington,
for submission to the President.'
Burning of the Theatre itLi.,1nisvle,
Lac isvtL.,'Octb'r 18.-Th6 L,ouitsilhe
.Thegtter took fire last night, a few~ minutes
pfteor the audience left, and was centirely'
destroyed. The Jewish Synlagogue and.
oilier adJoinlng building, were damaged.
Euroilean 1iewd-'-Pt Oaible.
LO.:DON, OctobIer i0,-t 4rumo~,' tbat
the Plenipot.entlaries of Prussia an d Sxo.
hy have amicably ud.ie*tad al dlftiultios.
and peace negoufatione been, feorally *l6n
Tatt NEWFoDNDedwND TgaE,mnP
IAN.-Not manny ernons underitansd
that-the lines irr $.wfrnmdland pas
through fufrest, and;, in one calle, a
(iotiudtsgdilstan -. f 3250 .. niles.
Staios,aeetal every' Ofty
!rnies, ndrneag f afrdshet, it be~
cornes necessary; im aIA
miake a detAidt of Ifty .*A ito. en
streams "T 9"Pb)I .gre %~i
understandtby.bt e sre aosne
t'epairedl, but alo *o has tried a
Jorrey, ~ih ~a te e oV~mI
matic roproeuAqyes of FrTG1. o6
curs the following remarkab e ya
grpph : D . .'. I
A - j ot op pnpt t9 regt
selves in- grand masses, and is causing
the dhappearance of secondary States..
This tendency springs from the desire
to place genera? inte-resta under the
most.eiicaclous oV(guarantIc. FP6
sibly it is inspired'by'a kind of provi
dential foresight of-the destitfies of the-.
world. %% hile the. olf populatio)or f
the contine't, no isoy p 01r
restricted ter k9ritres, i and tie
Republic Pf the U -I. Stat6s *Iay
onech, within the nTxt lundred ycSry*
number a biin'dre -iiillous of nfat
Altbrpugh the progregh of these tWo
great Empires is not for us a subjevt
of solicitude, while ratier we. applaud
their generous efforts in favor of op
pressed r.aces,,it Is for- the ii'est of'
the nations of central Europe not to
remain broken upon into little States
without either force or public spirit.
o. 8. Ts a liquid or wash-.ufi to de'tro
also as a preventive to
O. " star's"~ Eliegr P
hers , ..W I
I %f Isor oths, Motguieet, Fil Be
ti. Inseets on Plants, Fowl., AWa1#,
W.' 1 2&'-u1BRWARR5I I f.f iw
de. imiltion. of ad
ru. SW. See that "CoeprI's
k each Box, Bottle, and Flask, befrate y
er, . M MX161::.-o
IN EQUITY-PAIRFI.ELD DISTRICT. -
-Thos. Yarborougl and Wife, i.}ll for
. vs. Partition of.
Hamilton, et. l. Land.
'DYvirt ue of deoreetal order mado-in this
D caie, I will asnknt public gutlion at
he Court- llose in Winnsboro, on the .lst
Monday in.Noveuber nest, the tract. of
land mentioned in the pli.adings in this
case belonging to the estate of Wm. J.
HamiHton, decensed. Containing,
more or less, lying in Fairfield District, on
JacksoWs Creek, and hoifid- d by lands of
Thoimas Ptitt, Mararet Nelson, and others.
The Terms of Sale.
Cd84, sufficient to pay the costs of suit
and,expenses or sale, and for the. balance a
credit f ote, two and thres years to be
given. -in three afinual instllitnonts, with ii
teres from day of sale. ',be pecrhaeer to
give-hond with approved security and .a
nortgage of tie premisvs to securp the 'pur
i. A. OAttARD
oat 9 f6:L4 C.' E. F. D.
BACOT. RIVER S Co.
oot 2-tf No. 2, Hotel Ra-I.
HRM'ouths after date, appldstI
T.w1% be tn'46 to fihe 0harlotte & SoUth
Cairolina Railroado'ompany ; for reniew%l'or
COerjionto of )Qo99.p. -.Q9. 18,Sh#ree.
Olinal eriNoa.te.issued in tho.naime b
Mfargaret Muaat.,, dated 26th May,, 1886,
and has been'loat.
'- J. 8. STE WART, Exeoutor.
TEKACHuER8, Students and resders gene
. sally are Invited to exareise t9-day .the
books oft'ered ter sqio at the. Cabile). WrA
RIoorP Tihey rCy depend upoll gett9
most reasonable bargans. Somte oN ho boO. -
are as good as new.
1A B. MoCREfIIHT.
136J 80 Col Ro\indb' fl
2fr olls ftoaoe, "'Jute".
60 bbis'N, Y. apd Baltimnore
26 lbt hURi Coffee.
SO0) baeh a 'Corin
Tfer:*eCr.h ibor Cotoa at tene
AN New York,' r ~altIo'f