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Democratic County Central Committee.
inlttee. - -
There will be a meeting of the Democratic
County Central Committee, at the office of
John M. Pooh, City Bank Building, on Friday,
July 12, at 10 o'clock A. ,M. As business of
importance will be brought bofore tbe Commit
tee, It is desirable that there be a full attend
ance of the Committee, ' '"- . ,.
July 10,1861. . r "
Tbe following are the onlyscicntlfio publica
tions with regard to tho comet ' that have yet
been made: '.'"',.' "i I
[From the Washington National Intelligencer, July 3.]
SUDDEN APPEARANCE OF AN EXTRAORDINARY
COMET ON MONDAY EVENING.
At'eleven o'clock last night (Monday),' while
some gentlemen of the Coast Survey were en
gaged at the office, they observed a broad beam
of light stretching op toward tbe lonlth from
behind a dark cloud extending over the north
western sky. It was supposed at first to be an
auroral beam, and but little attention was giv
en to it till utt bofore one o'clock, when, tbe
clouds having blown off, a comet of extraordi
nary brilliance was observed la the northwest.
the nucleus brighter than a star of tbe first
magnitude, at au altitude of about six degrees
abort tbe horizon, and the tail extending to
ward the stars of tbe Little Bear, and stretch
log over an area of at least eight degrees, tbe
line or tbe tail making sn angle wltn tbe horl
son of between seventy and eighty degrees.
Tbe tall was wltbout sensible curvature, bnt In
biillisDcv and magnitude this comet rivals tbe
comet of 1858. '
W. P. TROWBRIDGE, Assistant U. S. C. S.
EDW'D GOODFELLOW, Ass't Coast Survey.
EDW'D GOODFELLOW, Ass't Coast Survey. Washington, July 2, 1861.
[From the Chronicle.]
THE GREAT COMET OF 1861, AS SEEN FORM THE
ALLEGHANY OBSERVATORY, JUNE 30, AT FIVE
MINUTES PAST NINE IN THE EVENING.
Nucleus in the Lynx abont 95 degrees R. A
and about 53 degrees N. deolinatlon; well defin
ed, both to tbe unassisted eye, and also by i
magnifying power of sixty or ninety, and in eith
er case apparently much larger than the planet
Jupiter. Tall 7 degrees broad and more than
(iO degrees In length, extending between tbe
bead ol Ursa Major and the Camel Leopard,
and about midway between Paris and Betca
Ursae Minoris, and onward almost to Lyra. It
does not set in this latitude, but is visible dor
log tbe nlgbt, skirting the northern horizon. It
will be on tbe meridian to-day at about twelve
o'clock, and about 10 degrees to tbe north of
onr senitn. . , ,
By tbe appearance of the tail there Is reason
to loler tua it is approaching the sua at an in
roneeivable rate, 1 think by the cut of her jib
sne win proD&Diy ne rememoerea, ana also re
corded, as one of the moat extraordinary craf is
that has floated Into our horixon for hundreds
Alleghany Observatory, July 1, 1861.
O" The Fourteenth and Fifteenth Ohio Regi
ments now In Virginia hive been paid off for
one month's service. Tho other Ohio Regl
ments, It is said, will be immediately served in
H7 The members of the City Council of
Chioago are on a visit to Cinoinnall. .
O Two hundred thousand rations, weighing
three pounds each, making a grand weight of
three hundred tons, principally rice, sugar and
coffee, were sent from Cincinnati, on Tuesday,
July 9ih, to Grafton, Va.
Treason in Texas. Edward Class, the at
cession Governor of Texas, has issued a procla
mation.'ln which he sayst "To pay any debts
now owing by him to a cltisen of either of tbe
States or .Territories, now at war with .tbe
Confederated States of Amerioa, is treason."
ILT By means of dies attached to a bnokle
machine in the machine shop of Mr- F.Hayden
at the Penitentiary, It Is said sixty common
musket balls may be manufactured In a minute.
Dies are being constructed for the manufacture
of both the Minnie and Enfield rifled muskot
balls in the same establishment: " " ' ' :' -
O At the Military Laboratory near tbe rail
road, in the buildings formerly, occupied by
Messrs. Rjoowat & Kimball, Lieut. Harsaci
has about forty men and boys employed in the
manufacture of cartridges, who turn out about
eleven thousand per day,' "
Editor Drownid. Wjsi A, HoLLRY,e'ditor
of the Fort Edward (Washington Co., N.'T.
Ltdgir, was drowned while bathing on the even'
log of the 3d. -"--.H. vt .,tT
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The English Pans Fioht The injuries
sustained by Bout in bis late prize fight with
Macs are so serious that fatal-inflammation
the brain is Imminent.
. uT,;Tba Eighth. Ohio Regiment left Camp
Dennlson, on Tuesday night, July t 'and the
Flfih.'CbT. 06NNiN?;waf to leivTyetfayTlhi
10th Inst.' for Western Vlrfflnlk. - ' C
m " :!
O The) army shipments from Cincinnati,
Taesday, July 9, by rail, inoluded one hundred
and tbirty-six horses, thlrty-three wagons, six
teen teamsters, and twohundrsd and, fifty-four
set of harness, for Clarksburg, Va., together
with a large lot of provisions for Bellalre and
. OT. There are three oompanles from! Mou'roe
eoanty in Camp Chase, and one Capt. HOLttl
ter's is In Western Virginia; m?
1 "' ' i. i i " i i'i r, II, ' ii
ST Ohio has two companies o! cavalry
servloe BoansAL's'sinder McClixlan, and
George's, under CoX armed With revolvers,
Colt's new pattern, 8aAars's carbine, and sabers
the best material id the service.
. H7 The State Arsenal, located In Columbus,
Vtie noplled about 9 000 OQO rosnds of Infantry
jlu-tuwi, Ui daVj jroop'i.of, wbktj about
one-hUf was purohased and fabrloated here.
. v-u , .... jt:,m.
O" Lleat. Stiatto and the tight privates of
Capt. Barrett's oompan In the 19th Ohio Reg
iment, who were discharged from the service
for outrages perpetrated on the property of Vlr
glnlani, arrived hero to-day, eseorted by a de
tachment of an artillery company, and were re
ported, at headquarters.
O It It announced that (tor. Dennison bat
determined to fill all vacancies In the three
years' regiments by appointment. '"'
(CT R. Kenned?, near the Postoffloe, hat the
pictorial war papers -Harper V Weekly, and
Frank Leslie's Illustrated. Thesa are princi
pally for the eyei for Information, be hat the
Rebellion Record, a valuable repository of
facts and documents relating to the war. Be
sides, the leading newspapers and periodicals
of the day are lor sale at Kennedy's., , ;. ' ',
O Ohio has now twenty-tour rifled cannon,
and arrangements are made here for rifling forty
more. ' ' v
ST Ohio has now one full battery, and a sec
tion In Virginia; eight guns tnd a section at
Galilpolis, under Oen. Cox.
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JOHN GRAHAM. P. M.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
Great Battle in Missouri between
Col. Siegel and Gov. Jockson—Great
Loss of Life.
KANSAS CITY, July 10.
We are Indebted to tbe Kansas Journtl for a
copy of tbe Fort Scott Democrat of tbe 7th. It
contains an account of a battle between the
Missouri State troops under Got. Jackson and
Gen. Rains, numbering, by their own acoounts,
from 10,000 to 13.000. and the U. 8. forces un
der Col. Sletrel, numbering 1.500 in all.
'ins informant says that on Wednesday, Ja
ly 3, the State troops left Rope's Point and
moved to Murray's, six miles south, tridey
morning at 8 o'olock they broke np camp, and
marcnea south, in tne aireotton or Carthage, to
tue county seat or jasper county.
At xfutork, seven miles north or Carthaec.
they were met by Col. Selgil with 1500 men,
who immediately save them battle. The first
onset resulted in the State troops being driven
back some distance, when the officers ordered a
retreat. ' -
Tbe center gave way, but the order not beioe-
heard on tbe flank, the advanoe United States
troops were in danger ef being surrounded, and
tney tnemseives leu nacx. inev retreated
slowly, but keeping np the fight with the
artillery, makbg earful havoc among tbe ene
my's raniu. At tne orosslns: of Drv r ork their
lines were very near being broken, when, by tbe
iimoiy arrival or two nunarea union men from
Sboal Creek, they crossed with but a loss of
nve killed and two mortally wounded. Tbe
battle continued, the United States troops alter
nately fighting and retreating, nntil dark, when
they reached Carthage, baring crossed Buck
Branch and Spring River on their way. Tbe
fighting was all done wlth;the artillery, Colonel
Siegel retreating as soon as tbey got them in
position end playing on their ranks as tbey ad
vanced. - . ' :
It is believed Col. Slecel's obiect was to draw
the State troops on to Carthage, when with 4U0
Keserves leit at tbat place and expecting rein
forcements from Neoiho and Sarooxie, he
would be enabled to turn and drive them back.
or route them. ,.
Tho loss on Jackson's side was verv ereat.
Our informant says he counted between 70 or
80 wounded on tbe field.
In houses by tbe wayside, and at Dry Fork,
a large amount of beef was thrown out of wag
ons, It is supposed to make room for" tbe dead.
Another informant, a resident at Cartbase,
states be passed over a part of the field yester
day morning, and says he saw wagons and hacks
passing in every aireotlon, eatberlns: up the
dead for interment.
Tbe loss on the part of the State troops can
not be less than from three to five hundred.
The ground In many places was strewn with
dead horses and the eteuoh wae siokening.
xnewnoie country was laid desolate, fences
torn. down, orops trampled into tbe ground, and
houses plundered, He met parties of women
who stated tbat everything had been taken from
them by tbe State troops, exoept what they bad
on their backs. The retreat was oonduoted in
a style worthy of veteran troops, with as much
coolness as on the parade ground, instead of
tbe field or battle. It was only tbe overwhelm
lug odds on the side of tho secessionists that
enabled them to carry tbe day.
Tbe victory was wltn siegel. It was report'
ed a night attack bad been made on Sieeel and
400 of bis troops killed, 600 taken prisoners and
tbrse pieces of artillery captured, bnt our In
formant says he overheard a messenger from tbe
secession camp say tbat they bad killed one man
ofter entering Carthage and had taken no guns.
Jackson announoes his intention of fortifying
ver.uegB nniu rnoe ana mauuuocn can
arrive from Arkansas with reinforcements, when
be will turn and act on tbe defensive and en
force the laws or the State. . , . .
Col. Siegel retreated In tha dlreotlon of Bar.
eoxie, where he expeoted reinforcement. -' -
nothing can ne neard from Mel. Stnrtla or
Gen. Lyon later than July 1th. 8 P. M. .
A oitisen oi tnis piece nas Just arrlrert. ha no-
left Sherman, Jasper eo., bt daylight tbie morn
ine. ne states tuat a iter leavlntr Carthaira
CoL Siegel encamped two miles southeast
tbelr town, wnere be enoamped in tbe night, and
his command was badly out np. His loss la vari.
ouslv estimated from 300 to 1000, and that
tbe secessionists trom, iuuu to xWU killed and
-Col. Brown, with 8,000 troops from Sorlne-.
field, Is said to have joined him. MaJ. Sturgis
is norm or tne usage, and Lyon, at last ac
counts, was at Warsaw, on bis way Booth.
On Friday, the1 day or the battle, Ben
Cdllooh and Gen. Price arrived at Neosho,
miles oouttj or uarthaMe. with 10.000 men
gnard of 900, left by Siegel, Was surrounded
and taken prisoners. One report says that
were Durueiwi anotoer, tuai DUI a small POr
tfon of them were killed. 1 '
, McCnlloch sent forward a fino mn Ia 'l'S.A
Jackson., He, expects., ,000 additional troops
aavui nrakuen ........ u .
KANSAS CITY, July 10. Thirty-Seventh Congress—Extra Session.
WASHINGTON, July 10.
Bixita. Mr. Sunderland was elected Uhaplalo for the
araaent aetslon. i-. u
Mr. Clark offered 4 resolution expelling tbe soceeded
senators. . uu over. ,v- .
The Senate's resoletlon, not to approve ef certain acts
ox me rreeiaeDt, were nuo up. r r
Mr. Powell wished the nutter laid ever. He wished to
make some remark. t : .
Mr. Yoesenden said It oonld not be expeoted that boil
nsse would be done in the usual way, or pat (ft! to give
time for speeebee. .
Mr Sing offered an amendment, that to six months
after the re eetebllahoont of the authority of tha United
Stales, the standing sixty be reduced to the footing of
the act of July, 1681. . . .. .7
Mr. Latham said, as s member of the Military Com
mittee, he wlahed to explain. Ha did not agree to all
the provisions of ths bill. Be saw ne reason toy aa In
crease of the regular army, and the suspension' cf the
act of habeas corpus, though be was willing to lodoiso
tbe ects of the President. ';..'
Mr. King said be was willing to sustain all the sots of
tha President, and vote for any amount of msn and
money, nntil only one flag floated over tbe country.
Mr. Lane of Indiana oontaoded tbat tbe army needed
to be liiorcased, and believed coercion the only means of
sustalnloR the Oovernmtnt. lie would eanctlon no
peace until tne death of all tbe armed traitors who lead
the rebellion, not simply by tha steel of the soldieij,
but a felon's death by the halter. ' - .
Mr. Kennedy said be was still mora opposed to coer
cion now than before. They might ahf for twenty
years and not reoonstreot the Union. He eaw no reason
lor tbs lusnonalon of the writ of habeas eorpus.
Mr. Wilson sold tbat the organisation of tbe band of
traitors at Baltimore, who murdered brave men going to
serve the country, wsa sufficient juatiOcatlo fox the
Mr. Kennedy replied that no man lamented more than
himself that occurrence, and no man did more to sup
press that mobatd save the soldiers than Marshal Kane,
and be (Kennedy) wu opposed to the secessionists in
Mr. Polk spoke eralnst the previous' resolutions, and
said the Prealdent had mada thla war. which, Oooareaa
alone bad th power to do, and bad increased the army
and suspended the writ of habeas oorpus, which latter,
V,ITl ... I.' 1 .Hu ... J i , . k . . . '
uvuiug w uu,,uiu wvuiu uui uj. jie uuaoivu iue
Chief Justice for tbe ground takes asaltst It, and that
necessity Is always a tyrant's plea. Tbe Prealdent had
gone even beyond tbat. la proclaiming martial law, a
thing not In lb Constitution.
Mr. Kelson moved to postpone the consideration of
the resolutions until tomorrow. Agreed to.
House. A messag wsa received from the 8enat In
forming Ibe House of the passsge of a bill relunding and
remitting the duties on arms imported by the States,
sines th 1st of May last and till January next.
Mr. fctevens asked that th bill be put on its pas
ssge. Mf- Burnett said, I am perhaps one of the few mem
bers who think not only the commencement, but tbe pros
ecution of the present war, might nave been, or may now
be avoided, by proper effort on tbe part of the National
Administration. Entertaining Mils opinion, I am one of
those Indisposed to resort to force nuoer any eircamsian
ces, believing under tbe theory of oar Government tbat
the Uolon can never be held together In that way. Hence
It Is my purpose, representing a congestions! dlitriot of
Kentucky, to opto e, bo b hy my vole end vol, erery
movement that looks to lb piosecutlou of th ar
agalnat lb seceded Bute.
These beiog my views and sentlmsnts, I cannot and
will not, nnder any drcamstanoea, give my vote for
measuree which look to tbe Involvement of our common
oountry In a bloody etrugyle, the results of whih to
both seotlons, will be the destruction of thslr material
and beet interests, and th prostration of republican
government on this continent.
Mr. Mallory said, I have risen simply to protest In the
nsme of Kentucky end ber Union Keprescntattvss on
this floor, against the remarks made by my colleague,
Mr. Burnett, and to siy Ksntucky, by a large and over-
WDvimiog majority, win euppport ana rcaintatn the Gov
ernment and the Oonstltutlon or the United Bute,. I Ap
plause on the floor and In th galleries, which the
Speaker promptly rebuked-
Mr. Mallnry resumed, aaylog Wha't t have said Is the
feeling of Kentucky In this unfortnnat state of tffalrs.
We In Kentucky believe tbat the peril, the danter, the
destrnettoi and the ruin of so many material interest!,
have been brougblabcnl by these very seceding States
of the Booth, wtilob seem to excite tbe eympathy of my
eolleaguo. Xbls being my opinion, and that of Ken
tucky, 1 am authorised, I think, to eay to tbie Houae
and tbe oountry, tbat tb people of Kentucky, through
ber Union Hepretentatlves on thla floor, stand ready to
support th Ctovsrnmsnt of tbe United States by every
constitutional means to which It may be thought proper
toresoit, for tbe maintenance of th Government and
the Constitution. Applause
The Speaker ssld he wald direst Ibe Bergeantt-arms
to arreai anybody wbo should repeat the demonstrations
The Hons passed tbs loan bill. Only five nays.
Mr. Stevens from lb committee on Waja and Means,
reported a bill for the support of the armv for tha flual
year ending June next, and for arrearagee for tbe year
iuuiD,viigi une usi;eiaoa out making appropria
tions fur th navy for Ibe same period.
Both committed to the committee of tbe Wbnla.
Mr. Waihboroe called np th bill reported by him
yesterday, further to provide for tb collection of duties
on imports ana lorower purposes, and asked that It be
put on Ite passage.
Mr. Vallaadlgbam regarded th bill In two particu
lars at least unconstitutional. He voted against Bin
ham's bill twtcesnd would doso now.
Mr. Washbarne osneed an AxDianatlim nf Ha hm.
lona to be raid, by which itapprared that it contained a
feature similar to th act of 183,1, known as th force
Bill. , ,
Th bill then pasted, yeas 133, nsya 10.
Kays Bnrnett, Harden, Norton, Vendletcn, Used.
nooinaon, Vallandigham, Yoothiea. Wadsworth and
Mr. Btevens moved to go Into committee of the Whole
on th loan bill, and that debate be concluded In one
uvar. Agrcea to.
Mr. rimtWA presided over tne committee.
Further from Missouri.
ST. LOUIS, July 10.
under date of the 6th says, immediately
after the arrival of Brigadier General Sweeny
at Dpringneia, ne dispatched a messenger to
uu.uneis Dirgei ana ooiomon, who were en
camped on the Neosho, to move their columns
to lartuage, which was cromntlv done.
Last night a metseneer arrived from Cntnnsl
Siegel, stating that Jackson and Generals Price
and Rains united tbeir forces, about 4,000
strong, and were encamped eight miles north
oi isariuage. . ...
Colonels Siegel and Solomon pushed forward
rapidly and attacked tbe rebel force early yes-
.eruaj morning, ana continued ngbting daring
the day. . (- , . .
Messengers are continually arriving bringing
Information that the rebels are retreating eouth
eastwardly between Sarcoxie and Mu Vernon,
falling back on Caesvilie, with baggage and
plunder, nnder cover of their cannon, and Siegel
attacking their rear. ' ,
1 bis afternoon Gen. Sweeney commands in
person a njing column moving south-westward
iy to intercept the rebels at Verona, thus crush
ing them completely between onr columns.
Large bodies of mounted mem ara annfrmcat.
Ing west of this plaoe, and Forsytbe intended
so join jaoxson-s force; ont Sweeney sent a de
tachment of 800 mounted men throneh Done-.
las county to prevent their union and drive
worn oaoK. .
Uen. Mcuride's command, a'snmnanv nf
Home Guards, arrived last night, bringing Col
woueci, .ate memoer oi tne legislature, as a
prisoner. . ; . - . : .,- -
Later advioes say, a report "reaohed Spring
field on Sunday morniosr of an encao-empnt be.
tween 600 Federals nnder Col. Wolff and about
lauu rebels. Col. Wolff oocnoied- a nrairia
wueu in Dame oeeso. out tne rebels retreat-
Ing to the woods, be followed, and In skirmish
ing in the Umber, lost thirty men killed and
wounded, he himself being among tbe killed.
Loss 'of Rebels considerable, but not definite
ly ascertained.. t ; ..
A messenger was then disnuohed to Snrinc
field for reinloroements, and the whole force at
at plaoe Immediately pushed forward.
General Lyon was at Lseeville. Clinton Co..
uunday morning, Major bturgess was at Clin
ton, Henry Co , the same day. They expeoted
to form a junction about ten miles south
Clinton on Sunday night. . ,7 . . ; ,
LOUISVILLE, July 10.
The Picayune having denied Russell's state-
ment regarding the impressment of .British sub
jects into the confederate army, the British
Consul in a letter corroborated Russell's state
ment..". ; ,
The Petersburg Express of ths 6th. has an ao-
oonnt of a fight at Newport News between ISO
T.rtnlalanlane anil fVtiaa Pnr.lM.nl ln t.ti.
1" vgllUBUI 111 .VfUlUU
the Zouaves are reported to have lost a' great
number, iwhlle the Louislsnlans lost only 3,
amongst wuum was vol. ue nousey.' " , ' ;
a tiouisviue recruiting ooicer tor the South
ern Confederacy, informs us that 2.0110. man
have left Kentucky for tbe Confederate! . armv
. I.LI- . . ' . v , . .. ' . .
wiioia niHeu anys) mat during tne same time
the Federal enlistment In the State' had not
reaohedaou. .' '. .V v
He further says that be shall send southward
to night five deserters from Roesean's camp,
and would get plently more, if the rules about
cemo were less strict; " r; 1 "" ' . '. . ; -
Other authorities agree that from sixty
seventy five per day leave Kentucky for the
s-rfmieaereca armv. .i - ' - ....... . . .
FORTRESS MONROE, July 9.
Gen. Boiler to-day is on the Rip Raps exper
imenting with Bawver'e. James's and Hotch.
kiss's shells. ' Some experiments with the last
yesterday were pronounced remarkable, : .
BALTIMORE, July 10.
The- expedition , whiohi went in search
Thomas's rebel ' vessel, returned ensueoessfal.
A run boat had been sent on the, track. 7 V
Soldiers quartered la the eity are preparing
to return to oamp.
Mr. Dodge, Unionist, Is appointed Polloe
Marshat.;-- - ' , '
, It l. again f'u'mortd that Pattersoiv. a?my
has beet) awulillftted. . Dncooflrmed. ' - - M.
.... ,' l.-.a-f
Additional from South—Western Missouri.
, kOul-l. .,
ST. LOUIS, July 10.
A special messenger this evening by
tne raomo Kaliroaa wnn aispatcnes irom Col.
aiegel to Adjutant Harding, at tbe Arsenal
' Toe following is an abstract written at Ralla
for the Democrat! r
: On the morning of tbe 5th, Col. Sieve!, with
a portion of bie regiment, part of Col. Solo
mon's regiment, and ten pieces of artillery, in
all from 1100 to 1300 men, attacked a body of
6000 rebels under Gem Rains and Col. Parsons,
about Seven miles cast of Carthage, on tbe
- Tbe enemy bad five pieces of cannon and
many mounted men.
: Coh Siegel began the attack at half past nine
id the morning, breaking the enemy's center
twice. After fighting an hour and a half, be
silenced their artillery.
The Rebels had three flags, ono of the State
of .Missouri, which was left, unharmed, and two
secession fligs, which were twice shot down and
raised no more.r'-v ,
The enemy attempted to outflank our troops
with their cavalry, and cut off our baggage, but
Siegel made a retreating movement, keeping
up a constant firing, and ordered the baggage
train to advanoe, which fas formed into col
umns, with a battalion of Infantry, supported
by four pieces of artillery in the rear or each
body, and the remainder of tbe artillery in front
and on the flanks .
Tbe rebels then attempted to cut 'off his
communication with Carthage, with their car
airy, but our artillery took tbe m at a cross fire,
wntcn played bavoo wltn tneir ranks and open
ed tbe road, and Col. Siegel fell back on Car
thage, tbe enemy harrasstng his flanks up t
tbe town, where another stand was made.
' ' Tbe rebels beiog in possession of tbe place,
Siegel then surrounded tbe town, throwing shot
and grenades into tbe enemy's cavalry, and us
ing his infantry with great effect, while attempt
ing to reach tbe adjacent woods to prevent tbe
use of cavalry.
, Here tbe rebels made the most serious attack
and tbe bloodiest part of the battle was fougbt
but the enemy were finally routed and forced to
withdraw their forces.
. Col. Slcgle then fell back on Mt. Vernon,
where he could be supported. Some captive of
ficers, taken about S o'clock, reported the loss
at near S50 on their put, but as tbe severest
fighting was done subsequent to that hour, it ie
believed their loss Is considerably greater.
Forty-five prisoners were taken.
Our loss is 8 killed and 45 wounded and miss
ing. . Tbe battle in which Col. Wolff was kill
ed was fought on Saturday . 30 miles from
Springfield. ' i . ) .
From Gen. McClellan's Column.
BUCKHANNON, July 10.
Messengers are just from Gen. McClelltn.
He reporte the enemy very strongly entrenobed,
Usb tban two miles from bis oamp, and directs
that the forces within a radius of forty miles
sball join his column at once.
Tbe Indiana Fifteentbjwill leave here early in
Tbe Ohio Tenth will be recalled from Glen
ville and proceed to join tbe main oolumn,
which is now about 9,000 strong. Alter tbe
messenger got under way he beard an exchange
of shots. , i
Tbe dispatch from Gen. McClellan intlmatee
that be would attack tbe advance position of
tbe enemy to morrow. The forces are so near
together tbat tbe rebel fligs can be distinctly
seen oy our forces.
Col. Tyler, with the 7th Ohio Regiment, oc
cupied Glenviile, and the rebels had fallen back
some twenty five miles into the country to
Fred. P. Stanton a Senator.
CINCINNATI, July 10.
F. P. Stanton pis?ed through here to-day, en
route for Washington..' fie has been appointed
by tbe Governor of Kansas to fill the vacancy in
tbe Senate caused by Oen. Lane's acceptance
of a Brigadier-Generalship in the service of the
FT. KEARNEY, July 10.
The Pony Expross with San Francisco dates
to the S!y;b ultimo, passed here on tne Bib tost,
The news is unimportant.
Tbe next steamer via Panama, the St. Louis,
will eo armed with two brass field nieces and
a Dahleren gun, besides small arms. .
1 Tbe Humboldt Times, of the 22i, contains
an eovottnS ol lb. vymmtlvmtm ag tlun . aetSI In
dlans in tbe northern part of the State: 117 In
dians have been killed without any loss on onr
WASHINGTON, July 10.
The dispatches brought by Major Taylor ex
cite inouiry and comment. This much, how
ever, is professed to be discovered, namely, that
if the contents ot them were otuciaily regarded
Washington would virtually bo surrendered
The bill which passed the House to-day, au
thorlzea tbe Secretary of tbe Treasury to bor
row, within twelve months from tbe passage
tbe act, toU.UUU.UUU, tbe payment to be secur
ed by duties on tea, coffee, sugar, spices, wines
and liquors, and otber duties and taxes.- .
" The otber bjll which passed auiborires tbe
President to oause duties to be paid at any
ports of delivery, and establish custom houses
on land or sea, lor the collection of duties, and
employ the army and navy, if deemed neces
sary, and if duties cannot be collected to close
Special to Post.
Colonel Fremont leaves for Illinois to-night.
A bill will bo Introduced Into Congress pro
hibiting ths sale of liquor to soldiers.
Union Congressman, Henry May, reaobed
Jeff. Davis's headquarters at Richmond on the
3d Inst. .
It is expected the President will soon lay be
fore Congress instructions to the American
Ministers and British correspondents relative to
, Special to Commercial.
" A committee appointed have ascertained that
there are still many 'traitors employed in the
departments; but the head of departments say
it is Impossible to dispense with their servloes,
from their knowledge of departmental business.
Discontinuance of Mails.
WASHINGTON, July 10.
The Postmaster General' ordered tbe entire
discontinuance of mails, etc., In middle and
western isnnesiee. , , . , ,
CAIRO, July 10.
" A gentleman front Rush Ridee. eight miles
below Cairo, reports that three rebels, wounded
In the skirmish at Bird's Point on Monday night.
have died of tbeir wounds. A fourth was aisti
BOSTON, July 10.
Prof. Longfellow's wife was badly burned
and her life is despaired of. He, In endeavoring
to save ber, was badly burned, but not danger
NEW YORK, July 10.
Owing to Gen. Scott's interdiction of news
the morning papers are almoet barren of special
dispatches. . All facta not oonflioting with im
portant movements will be furnished by author
ity to the agent of tbe associated Dress. Thus
Journals will be better Informed and tbe insidl
ous rumors, wbiob eitbertoi barraased tbe publlo
mind, will be kept out. .
Secretary Cameron, in reply to the letter
tne committee ot tbe Xouug Man's Christian
Association, requesting that no Chaplain's com
mistlons be Iseued to any one unless he oould
give satisfactory credentials of his ofllolal char
aoter, eto y says be will do all In his power
carry out their wishes.
- aw a eta-
WHEELING, July 10.
A resolution passed the lower House, to-day
Instructing eur Senators,' and requesting
Representatives in Congress, to vote tbe necea.
sary appropriations of men and money, and
oppose au compromise until reDeiuon is crushed
out.-'v . ,i n "" -' .
'The'followlng'reiolutlon was' jeffsrad by'Mr,
Vance, of Harrison i , , ., .-...V,..!., r
Wbsseas, One Owen Lovejoy, of Illinois,
has effered a resolution In the House Of Rep
resentatives, bavlbg for Its object the repeal
ths rapitlve slave law, thereiofs ba It , it
Retdttd, That our Senators la Congress
iostrnoted snd onr Representatives bs reousatad
to vote gaiutt said . resolntloa arf.anv other
liuooistN. iSr't yij;'
" ''l'1 '"' ' ---pi
Rlif til, CANT' M IWATEbUTMOO
CLOAK. CLOTHS. Ala, Other makeeot BSrir
O loak Ololhs, tn all desirable mixtaree Uiodiant Ta
and BttlrOTS to match. ,. BAIN A BON,
aprilS ' , K6.9B loath High strew
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, July 10.
yLODttpeaedashad firmer, but with a farther
adianoeln freigbu. TH market dosed uiat at about
I V. . J " r. "'" OI oarreleat fsssts
3 75 for superfine state; 90 rr extra state; S3 SUA
3 75 for .upsrfln western! e3MS4.0for common to
medium extra western; g,534 7J for shlpplnx brands
extra round koop Ohio; U t4e 00 for trad brands
do. Market for Canadian flour a little mora active, but
prices without, important cliang. Sale 1 too bblsat
tmi tot common ut good extra j $3 4 43 30 for .uoer
One. -' . .. , . ..
HY ILOUEr-Selllug in small psroels at I930J
.Baits of ISO bbls, Brandy-
wine at S J 10. ' . . .
WHIsKf-Market a shade easier,
rels at MvaiSe.
Sales of SO bar-
WHBA'i' A fair export demand. Th market may
be quoted a shade flnaer.but the advance in freights ma
terially checks the unward tendanav of
of 17.400 basbals Oblugo spring at S8Sj83o; IS 400 both
els Northwestern olubat 84S85o 16.000 buehele Bsclne
epilog at fc791o; 48 WWbushoU Milwaukee olubat 7i
49,100 bushels Amber Iowa at dSjiBOo; V.SOO bush,
els winter red western at ! 07(Sl 10; lObOO bushels
wuiw neaiern as l joi wj; 8,300 baabels choice
whit Canadian at II UOO bnahaia .hit. if.n.
tuokyat $1 ii.
TB SUady and In moderate Semanil. S snn
bushels Western- at AVaSOn- in nun h...hi. a..,.
. ... , WH.HVM
4CC. , ' , ..
BARLEY Quiet and heavy. Bales 1.000 hu.hala l
rowed Stat at 52o.
OORN-Onaned onltj. Arm ...t .I...4 .,.. t- c.i..
63.000 bushel, at 384S for Inferior to common new mix
ed western; 4343,o for good and prim do. 4Jofor
old do. 1
OAl'5 In modernle reoneat at MM, fnm
and Oanadlan, and asuauo for State.
POKK May b- o, noted a ehade flrmer, with little more
doing, galea of 7oO bbls at SJ1S to for Mees: 110 OOffl
10X3 ror prim. .
DEKf Dull and nnchaneed.' Salaa nf an Hhi. ea nn
4 SO for country prime; S3 S03D 00 for mess; 18 0O
10 10 forrepaolied maul and SJ10 00(3111 00 for extra
mess. Prima Mesa Beef oontinuea dull and nominal.
BEEP 11 AM- Rule steadv. Balaa nf Mil hhi. anr,A
westrrnat SJ 13 73.
UDt' MEATS neavy and lower. Salea 7.1 narkaiM
at XiHs for shoulders, and StfffiCXo. for Bams
wAviH wuii uu uncuasgeu.
LABD Continues dull. H.laa nf ino Ssrvailai sit KHh.
aiUITBIl-gelllDg at7fflllc for Ohio and 7Jlo for
OHEE8H In moderate reauaatat fliSta v tn nmi.
COrrEB-SIIU roles very firm. Sales SCO bags Elo
atliffllic; 100 bags Manoaoo at 13;: 300 bags Laguyra
at UmxQe; the latter prime,
8UOAK flood white su.ar. raw, eontinnet Arm.
Sale of 1907 bhde Cuba at 8X6e: ISO hhdt Porto
"loo at 0X7ct 740 boxes BavaoastS; 844 do Melsdo
Port at 3; remainder on priests temu: by auction:
140 hhds rorto Bloo at at 80 days.
B COCKS Baaier anil Im. anilra flMo mr,A Hn.lr
Ialund, M; Cleveland end Toledo, 85V; Galena and
Chicago, 6Xi M. 8. 13; Paelflo kail, 70; N. Y.
Oentral, 75; llllools Oertral ecrlp. 60Jf; O. T.23X;
Illioois rrglsteierf bonds, T8; Mn.41x; Va. 4SX;Tun.
48 x; Trsasory.lOli Oal. 78; TJ. S. 6'l, 81; rsgittered,
CINCINNATI, July 10.
The Produce trad has. throuahont tha week, been
oonflned to the wants of tb local market. Vlour has
dropped 30 to40o par bbl. below the quotations given a
week ago It may o that the deollne bas loduoed some
pnrchaaes for special order, bnt tbey are so limited aa
to afford no rallying standard for the market. Quota
tion, are qnlte irregular, and salri reported on the book
at tb Ixcbang ,lve considerable dlaeatlsfaction
Where the blame rightfully belongs Is hard to discover.
Borne attach it ta the Inspection, some to th designs of
those wbo auk reports, eome to carelesenene. end eo on .
Superfine wis hard to bur to day below S3 CO, and
equally ae hard to sell at $3 Sit. Kxtraa are quoted at
j io w uu. ann ramny at xo to at 3U.
nut very nut wneaiwa cScretl te-day, eo that hold
ers bare a little more nerve, and ask from 3 to Jo per bu.
oiguvr iuv,a may om oay or two avo. more wr
sales or npnng etui xaitWHO. Prim Bed Is held at
myuj. wn.tantmwaily atHStoSOo.
Uorn Is held at VC3i perbu. above tha aaotatlons
glvsn last week, end saMe during the last three or four
day have been east ,y made at tbat figure . Tbe market
is only sustained ny tne light rteeipte, and distillers are
very slow to pay ic.
OaU command 3c in bulk reality, and sellers goner-
11 ). aw.
Barley Is a Plane.
By is In no demand scaraelr. and 40a ontv era offer-
Whisky is still kept at 120 and was toay qnlte
i tv 1 1 -
from the NewYork Observer. 1
At all parties mannfactnrlcg Sewing Machines are ob
liged to pay Mr. ilo we a license, on eeuh machine eeid,
and are a so compelled to make re turtle to him, under
oath, as to the number sold, his book give acorreot state
ment, from this reliable source we have obtained the
following statistics. Of the machines made In the year
itun, were were soia,
By Wheeler Wilson 21,30.1
- " I. M. Binger St Co 1(1,953
' Grover St Baker 10,2HO
Showing tbe sales of Wheeler Sc Wilson to be dvuU
those or any otber Company." '
Awarded the highest premiums at ths
United States fairs of lb53, UM and I860;
also at tne
Ohio State Fairs of 1859 and 1880;
' ' and at nearly ail the County lairs In tb State.
Onr c rices, at the lata reduction, art at low a amv
ioee ttiek machine now old.and bnt a tilne higher than
th Interior Sim (Areao? chain eMcA snowJUns, now
forced noon the market.
The WHEBLEH Sr. WIL80N MACHINE makes the
Lock BTtowtheonlyon which cannot be raveled. It
Is Auks on Both Sinew of the rood, leavlni no rUo or
Ml macMnu tcorrantoi S erecw-e. md imtrveUm
given In their nse, fre of casryo. .'
U. voAJiX,tu High St., oclumbue, O.
WM. BTJMNEB St CO
decl-aawdaatStwtnt Pike's Opera Hons. Cincinnati.
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for all Throat and Lung Complaints. Inclndnc. with
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UOVHOK UStSIS, UBOROniAI, AXO TSaOAT UOatPLAWTS,
always fonrunners of Consumption, as a Boothom
eraof n nas no anyevier, ynexl rrom ail Oplat
XtnerJo properties, may be aged by most delicate oonattj
suuons, ana wiu pwneos eonnaence.
; T0LU ANODYNE.
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world, containing not a panto 1 or Opium, nor any eub
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A sun Remedy for Nsoiaiaua, RnoaUTuna, Goo-r,
TOOTB awd Eaa Acna, OaTaaaw, Roes oa Mat tavn,
and all minor Nervous Complaint.
Foa Lose or lum and Headacn to ail ita varieties,
it baa no equal, and to which most undoubted testmonw
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Foa Dn.iaic Tasxfiws It is a most nerfeat rsmedv.
Foa Bowsl OoatrLAurra, after removing the pain it acts
as a pnyaio, a moai uapuiuw. oomrasi Wltn IB constlpa
to ry effects ol Opium.
X Phyaioians, Formulas and Trial Bottle will "be sect,
and to Dealer or Invalid a deeoxiptiv pamphlet without
- Prepared under the special Supervision of
' ' JOHN L. HCNNE-WEEE. I ' '
:.-f--i j '-craiDTT ajtb HaaiSjtcenrTisT,
- Hs Contmsrcial Wnarf, Boston, Kasti
To whom plea direct all oommunlctlons.
rrless Largo Cough Remedy, SO easts per bottw.
. : , -. - Small t - -! .;,
- Tola Anodyne. 50 " "
Tor sal by th nsnal wholesale and retell dealtnS,
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JOHN R. COOK, ' 1 ' J. M. DENIG.
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I can sell them at prices to tail the times. I have iust
reoetvea a largo stoca oi
manufactured by APPLEI0N, TRACY, St CO i also,
An assortment of
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
In Sold and Silver Cases, at Panic prices,
jaatt . W. J. SAT AOS.
THE REVISED STATUTES
- - OF TBI .
STATE OUT OHIO
OF AOENIRAL NATOBB, IN FORCE AUS. 1, 1860.
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VV packages of STATIONERT and JEWELRY,
prices one-third less than can be parohased elaewMn
Call en or address (stamp encMseu; 4. it. BAiLai.ae
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An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents
to th attention of mothers, her
SOO THINGS YRTJP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft
.n,?,tnia,ll!, reUaoln all Inflammation-will allay
ALL PAIN and spssmodio acUon, and Is -
SCHE TOKEGCIiATE THE BOWELS '
Depend upon It, mothers. It will give net to yourselves
BELIEF AMD HEALTH TO TCUS MPAnTlS.
We have put up and aold Hire article for ever ten yeara. ' .
and CAN BAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND THCTd'oflt! ' I
what we have never been able to sty or any other medi
cine NEVEft UAS II FAILED. IN A BINQLB INHT
ANCE, TO Ef f EOT A COKE, when timely rued. Nev
er did we know an Instance of dissatisfaction by any one
wbo used 1U On the contrary, all are delighted with It
operations, and speak in terms of oommendation of Ite
magical edeots and medical virtues. W speak In this
mattor "WHAT WE DO KNOW;" after ten years' expo
rienoe. AND PLEDGE OCR REPUTATION foRTIil
FULILLMENT Of WHAT WB HERB DECLARE. In
almoet every Instano where the Infant Ie suffering from
pain and exhaustion, nlief will be found In fifteen, or '
twenty minutes after theHyrnp Is administered.
This valuable preparation la the nreacrlntlon of one of
the most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NUR-tBSIn
New England, and has been used with V EVER FAIL-
INO BUC0E88 In
THOUSANDS OF CASES.
Itnotonly relieves th child from naln, out Invhror-
ktes tbe stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives
ton and energy to the whole system. It will almost In
gr:?:btg in ths eowxis, and wind colic
and overcome convulsions, which. If not speedily nm
oien, ecu in iieatn, ne believe It the VKST and rlllt
8T REMEDY IN THE WORLD, In all cues ofUVJ
ENTEHY and DIABRIKEA IN CUILDKEM, whethei
It arises from teething, or from any other cause. W
would say to every mother who haeachlid suffering from
any of the foregoing oomplalnts DO NOT LET YOI'B
VRKJUDIGBS NOR THE PRBJUDICE90V OIHEIth
stand between yon and your suffering child, and the re
lief that will be 8UHB yes. ABSOLUTELY SITRR-to
follow the use cf this medicine, if timely used. Full di
lutions for nslng will accompany eah bottle. None
genuioe unless the facsimile of CURTIS at PERKINH.
New York, Is on the outside wrapper.
sold by ail vruggtsts throughout tee world.
Prl tclpal Office), is Cedar Street N..
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE,
Hi Is precisely what its name indicates, for, whili
'pleasant to the tatte. It Is revivify! eg, exhliarat
lor. invhrorallni and smnetbenina o the vita
nowers. and at the same time letivlfles. leln
nates, and nnews the Blood in all Its purity, ana
ihna at nnM MUtATM IMlf raiffiaV-a th AVtmm.
eulmrabU to attack odusue. It la tbe only!
nM,dnilnn ,., nflared to llm wnrlj. an chnml-i
U cally and skillfully oomblned ss to be tb most
Id werful tool a. and at the same time eo perfectly
tdepted to, as to act lu per'eo; aceordanee with the
U aws of natuie, ana nence win tooint tatwtajuii
aP .fowkicA, and tone up the digtstive organs, snd
thuaai avail nervous ana otner irritation, ii v
Jt per ectly exhilarating, and at th same lime It In
vji composed entirely oi vegetaoiea. yet se coainmea
wiayw- ....- - - ,y ,
las to produce the mott thorouih tonic elfeet, Wlih-I -
I be i
out producing any injurious consequeiicee suct,L
remedy naa long oeeo ieit woe aoeaiuvrauim av.yg
ie medical world, for it needs no medical skill tr I r
we thatdbilty follows ait attacks cf dlsesae. and
Droreeds and indeed lays tb system open to the
M 'insidious attaoas or mauy oi me moai tauti, stcn.
W t ir example, as me luiiowina; uoniumpuoo, ia
dlire.tion. Ispepeia. Loes of Appetite, Faintneas.
Nervoua Irritability, Neuralgia I'alpiiationot Uie'
Cj Heart, Melancholy, Night Sweats, Languor, Glddl-i
ai'ioess, Reteotlon or, as welt as Painint oustructed
,tna tirofut. or too scant Menatruatton, and fall'
a ing of the Womb. These all depet d upon general
UU debility This pure, healthy, tunic cordial anil
Blood Renovator u as sure to cure as uie aun to.
rlaeandset. There Ii no miatake about It. But
his Is not all. l the sj stem te weakened, we ares
,oen to bllUiusstttcks. the liver be.oraes torpid. I, j
jt worse dlsear.ed. the kidneys refua tn perform p
iheir functions, and we an troubled wltn scaiding-ai
md lncontlrence cf urine, or involuntary dis-l
charge of the same, pain In the back, side and he- A
tween the shoulders, exceedintly liable to slliiht U
colds, coughs, and it unohecked, soon emaciation
'ollows, and tbe patiar t gees down to a premature
nitre. But space win nulaliow ua to enumerate
the many Ilia to which we are liable In a weakened
conditio of th sjatem. But we will say, in this
lOordial and Blond Renovatir you hive a perleU,
aale. nleaaant and eflectital nmedyfor loss of
Appetite. Btiioueuees. siaiuience, weak ann sick.
itiomacb. Languor, Liver Complaint, Chills and:
fever, or any Bilious attack, Coatlveneas, Acidity
I the Stcrnaeh, nervousne.s, neunigla, 1'aipita-
tion of the Heart. Depression of fcplrl is. Sores,
f imples on tbe face, or any disease arising from
. . , a , n
impure oioou, sucn aa ccrumiB. crjrsiraiiM, iiroo ,
nine, i;ougu, aimcuiiy oi orraiuiug, ann an uiai , ,
Jclas of diseases called female weakness, and rrl
enumerated above. We will elso say tbe traveler U
exposed to epidemics, change of climate and wat
er, will find It a pleasant, sale and sun remedy,!
and none should ever travoi wiuiout. -ncauer,
trvit. for we auure sou you will And In Ita iriend!"
Imleed.aa well aaa friend In need. Allperaonsof
tidenurv habila will Snd Ita perfect nreventiveof!
las well as oureior ino-eaiimenu lownicn moy aiei
oartlcularly exposed. Hence miclsters,.tudenta,at
tornevs. literarv x.ntlemen,and ladles who an not
slaocuatomed to moon outdoor exercise, win nnd it
io their advantage to keep a bottle constantly cn
hand; and, above all, mothers, or these becoming
such; will go through tbat most dangerous perioo
not only wth all their accuatomi-d straugth, but
safe and free from tne thouaand ailments ao prev
alentamoni tbe female portion of the world. Ii
.short, It is indeed amother'e cordial. Try It, Ola
and loong; no longer run the riak or delay: uwti
relieve and prove luelf emphatically a Rtttora
tie Cordial and Blood Rtnoiator.
O J. WOOD, proprietor, 444 Broadway, New
York, ana 1 14 Harks t street, at. Louie, ato.i auc
old h HOBKRTS A EAMCEL. Columbus. Ohio.
A, and all good Druggittsi Price One Dollar
H W Battle. marchiS-dAweowly
NEWARK MACTLIINE WORKS.
NEWARK OHIO, ; (?,
ITIannfacturers of all klnAa ef For
table) ana tlnenary aaeaiia jr-.a-atsiea,
taw Jltl. urisS fltAHw,
CYC, AC. r .;-;7l
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J. AS. B. DUYAIL Smimllt COLUUBCS
UACniKS CO: Siatmllll BBAMOBD
Out Portabls Inn-ins and Saw Kill - -
Was awarded the first premium of $50 at th Indiana
State Fair for lSO over Lan Se Bodley'a oa account ot
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of luel
and superior character of lumber saweti,
Onr Stationary Engine was awarded at th same Fait
the first premium ol $i00. . ,
Our Portable Singlne waa awardea me nm prrmiu m oi
UK) at the Fair at Memphis, Tena., over Blandy's Ou
rail's, Columbus Machine Go's., and Bradford Go's. .
by a commit tee of practical Railroad Bagiueera.
yor prtoe and terms acureas .
WILLAitD WARNER, Treasurer,
decS-dJtwljeols. .Newark, l,ulS
E. : iVS'COLLISTER,
Whleal and HotsUl Dealer tn
TOBACCO, SNUFF &rCIGAES
No. S!S.. FlTth Street, ,,r ,
PIT SBURGn, Tak.
Keen onstantir ass band all tha va
rlwua BaSAiK aSJ af ,.
Oct. WHyd . ,;,,.
BliE AO HE It SHEETINGS AND
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aowoff.red In grsateet variety and at very low prices.
ai.i i BUN,
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ALEXANUHEH KIU OLOVl.
All Sties and colors just opened at BAINS,
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