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DAILY. lEI-WSFKLY AITS WEHttl
IV.AUYPENNY & MILLER,
eUBIISfllElt AID FBOf BIKTOBI,
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O (HSm-Hm. 80, 88 and 40, IfortA High It
TXtlMS iNTABIABL IN ABTAN01. I .1 ;
JoUjj-trti ,'h : 9 00 per year.
" By tho Carrier, per wwl cents, i
Wi-Woelrlf ' S 00 psryeer.
erui oi Advertising- by the Square
naur I yeai...850 00
On nn 3 week. . 94 M
One, (wekt..3 00
OneL lftek... 175
On,:' 3 day.... JO
On "'Belay... ?
One llneertlou SO
One " V month 18 00
One " C month! IS 00
One " 3 month 10 00
3n. - - monlhf -' 8 00
On ; ' 1 BOJltO. 00
Diiplvcl advertisement half nor thin tb abort
Aivetllwmentt leaded and placed in th oolum ol
Sneclal Notice," dvubh the ordinary rate. - -,
All uoticei required to be published by law, legal rate.
If ordered on the lmlde exclusively after the flrtt week
per cent, more than the abor ratet; but all each wll
ipneur In the Tri weekly without charge.
Basiueii OardaJ not exceeding five linen, per year, In
ai le, a 50 par line; ontiide U. j - i ;-.).:
Notices of meeting!, chart tabid ocietll,flri companlei,
tics., half price. ""
AH iratultitt advertitement mutt it foidof in
Imnce - tie rul will not b varied from. "
Weekly, mma prloaaathe Daibr, where the adTrtler
tea the-Weekly alone. Where 'he Sally and Weekly
both mcd, then tlia charge forth Weekly will be
nil' tne ratee of th Pally ' : t
No advertiaement takes except (or a delnlt period.
i. a. b. Btamus,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
udlueAaboi UnUdlnf, oppoilb) Capitol Iqnare,. !'.
w 4 ... ' ' OOLTJMBOB. OHIO
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
. k j COLUMBUS
Machine Manufacturing Company
MANOf AOTTJRIBJI OF
STEAM ENGINES. OOHERS,
Cutlog, Kill -C&i log, Kalhinary.
or imr niscumoii.
. . r .. GOLVBIBVae OHIO.
OH AS. AM 1)08, 8ap't. . - P. AMB08, Tret,
tt'y'Joaoooeo.o ooo.bo Botolvv rM'ji
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GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Uonsectlng at OratliM with the PlrTSBUBOII, IT
WAYNB fc OUIOAOO BAILBOAD
Ibr Pttttburah, PMladdpMa and Baltimore. M
for fort Way and Chicago.
Connecting at Clereland with the LAKI BHOBI BAIL
BOAD For Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, Boa
. .lnt and New York.
THREE TRAINS DAILY, ,
from Colambui, lnoonnectlon with f rslni on th .
LITTLE ' iniAflll ANI COLVTUBVt
AND XtltlA RAILBOAUil.
NIOHT EXPUKSSLeare Oolnaba at 3.0 A,M j
will lean, paawogera at all eUUone aeoth of Oalkia,
atop at Delaarr Aebleyi Oardrngtotr and OUrad, and
at allitatlos north of Oalion, arrivlag at Otoreland
at9:00A. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P. M , DuSalo 4 25 P. U.
Albany 3.30 A. H.; New York 6:15 A. 11., Boaton8:30
P. W , Plttihnrgh via Oraatlln 3:20 P. M , Pbiladel
pUU5:10 A. M. Chioagotia Oreatline at f -00 P. 11.
NSW YORK EXPRESS Leavet Colnmhna at 11:10
a. m. Willitop at Lewi Centre, (for White Sulphur
Sprlngi), Delaware, Qardlngton, Oalion, Creatllne, Shel
by, New Loudon, Wellington and Grafton, arrive at
Clereland at 3:33 D. ra.: Dunkirk. 8:40 d. m.i Bnf-
fato, WAS p. m ! Albany, :5e. m. New Yoik, 1:43
p.m.; Beaton, 4:40 p.m. Thl Train oonnecU at Shl
by for Sandniky, and at Oiafton foe Toledo, arrlring at
Toledo at o:4U p. m.
THIRD TRAIN. .
M4IL AND ACCOMMODATION Leave OolnmbM
at V.30 p. m. Will (tup at all itaUooa Soath of
Bhelhy, and at New London, Wellington, Orafton,
and Bene: arrirlne at Olmland at H:30 p. M.I Don-
kirk, 3:00a. m. Buffalo, 3 .-SO a m.; Albany, trVOp.m.s
NewYork, 7W) p. .; ot, ii:op at.; nittDargn,
via Cnttllne, at 11:33 p. m. ; Palladelubla, 1:00 p.
Chicago, vis Crettlioa, 0:45 a. . Thu Train coarwet
at eh.lby for taaduiky and Toledo, arrlring at Toledo
Patent Sleepina: Cars are ran on all
Sight Trains, to Chicago, Kew
York and Boston.
UaggiXQ Checked fKroVfA to aVett York and oto
vta wmeuma. auo, to rn. iuuuipta ana s .
Aw lorttta OrttUine. ;
JNIaht Imroea arrlrea atOalnmbM at. .. 11:13 P. M
Clndatutl BxnfeMarriTeaatOolUDbnatlO:30A. M.
AeoommodaUoa Bzpr' arrtra at Colambui tt:30
Jf. JU. . ; f -
fare ae Lewai toy atuy etaer Keate.
"A1 for TiehUti'a CreMllintordeveUni.
. 'hi.- r B.S. PUNT, 1 1
Bnperlntendent, CllaB4, Ohio.
' ' ' JAMES PATTERSON, Agent, ".
Colombo, Jan 17, 1801, -
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AA II F. CH GREEN and BLACK
IV V TEAS 100 bap prim Bio Cone.
1 50 pocket old Latch Government Java Coffee. J
4 a hut Gmlon Coffee.
20nbbl. atandard White Sugar, eonlHting of F
dred, Vhruaned, uranuiateo a ana x, uu,
AO onlmala (Here Bank CodflBh. . J
80 bbl. Men and No. 1 Uackerel. . , . , . . ,
ft to. Pick Salmon. " 1
100 bx. Layer Kaiiln. ' ' Vj '
ftOhf. boado do, . .... ,.
lOOqr.boade ' dt -' J ' '
100 M Olgara, different brand and -rdr'V'
b"ot7 WM. McDONALD
M. C. LILLEY
And Blank-Book Manufitnturer,
SORTB EIOH ITSSR, vOLtTltBVI, OHIO
Red, TOtt -'Mi Bite"3-
U : CAA.r;oEi,
it n-uaa, lit,!,
Joit opened sy nTS if-v-ila-c. x-ne
A HEW 1IOOP sklBTe " '" "
- i. . 1 ' ' I til ' 4 1 .'..'.
BAIN tib DON,
No.SO.BOUTH BIQH ITBBET.
Bar I oil raoelred a new tuaM of HOOP IXIBTI
ftalahtd In a tanner hi aupitlo Ii yil Hainan!
'"nnn ability AND CRACErULNEsa?
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ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
Th" IatoitThe"Ltrrest-.Tho Beit
am uaeapeit eoua tne jiett, -
"The lttoet BeUsV Standard An-
tborlty of (he Emg-lIahLttnt-uate,"
Sim BundftS Eminent S&uoatori f OMo,
"TDS BEST 1NOLI8B DI0TI0NABT EXTANT."
l',' literary Men Sftnoktr.
wHaia araanwardabf a Htmrlnd Thtasand Word.
who mnltifarieaa meanlnn and derivation, (oretber
with the! . aamot trailing, and proguotaUon art fllearly
let baCora the ay. ' i V
'.' i . dincinnaii Commercial,
Bead the Dtalelone ef tha Member f th OM Stat
- r . UeacAer'e eUeoottmm."
The asdcTtUmed. member of the Ohio Stat Teacher'
AMociatlon. adopt and aim too la teaching, writing
and (Deakinr. th orthorranhr and uronunciatlon of
Woroeeter1 Boral Quarto Dictionary, and w moet cor.
dlally Mommd It a th molt rellabl itandard a
tborlty of th BnglUh language, a It it sow written and
Lcem Airntnr, Pretldent Kenyon Ooller.
M. D. Lteom, Superintendent Zaneivtlla School.
Tno. W. Htarrr, Hup't Masillon Colon School. '
M. V. Oowonr, Bap't Publi School, Sandniky.
Jodw Lmcn. Buo'tPubllo School. OlreleTllle.
8. N. Burroan, Principal Clereland female Semina
w. MiTCun.L, Bap't Publlo School. Ht. Union.
Jobm OasaM. Prinainal Mute Normal School. Bllsn.
Oraoi Nabow. Prlneinal Tanrih Ittbtnaadlata SchooL
H. 8. kutTDi, Bap't Caa ton Dnwn School. - '
Xdwu kaou. Principal ateNeely Normal School. .
Xu T. Tarpix, Prof. Uathematica, Ohio TJnlveraity.
Wll: W. ImfiIH. flnn't Tro rTnion kohoolh. -
A. a. Borsui. Principal Weat Blgh Soheol, Cleva-
lano. . . .
S. A. NotTOR. AaiociaU Prlacipai School t;nr-
Tbxosori gTtaina, Principal uigh school, cwre
&. P. Htmirroii. PrindDal Clerelarid Iutlrut.
J. A. QaRruLP, Preeklent of Eleotio Inatltuto, Bl-
ram. . , . i "
W. L. liiau. Prof, af ohamurtry Ohio Weelrraa
B. H. Babbit. Iz-Camiaioaarof Oomaoa School,
vnio. i - v, .
Jan a MojotoB, Prof. BMtorio, Oberlif. Collet.
Thm. Hill PrMUWink AntlnrJi Gallaffa. '
0. W. U. CanoaAT, Prof.. Hathwaatica, High
school, paytoe. ' ; " -
8. 0. CiouiDW, Prof. Langaagr High School.
vaywn.' - -
8. M. BAiism, Bup't TJnloa School, Athlaad.
Hare Oat Sim IhtnireA other frttidente ef Colle
ge e, rrofeteort, Author and DiUinguUhed JUucar
tore, nav maoree the aoove eemment.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Hakihta OoLLxo "It I truly a munificent work.
aa honor to tha author, tha publlahar, and the whole
eountry." rreiiaent Aiuuww. .
Ohio WaurrAwUirnratiTT'' It tzceedi my expecta
tions. It will be my guide in orthography end pronun
ciation, and will often b consulted by mo for It neat
and accurate aenultloo. -Preeldent Thompam..
W. B. EcLxcnoOoLLioa. "Heretofore w haTteted
Webatar'a orthosranhT. At a recent meetinc of oar
faculty, it wai decided to chanp It to conform to that
of Worcester' Boyal Quarto Dictionary." Preldnt
Oarsekt. :s . ). ; ul'
Waraa Rxtmrx Ooiitoi. "I find It worthy of
ordlal approbation." Praaidant Bitchcock.
Oxotux CoLLtoa. "It mar than meat my expecta
tion!. 1 recommend It a th (tandard authority in
orthoepy to my ehildren and my pupil." President
Aimoce OoLLxai. "I adopt and aim to me In teach
ing, wrltlngacd (peaking, th orthography and pronun-
eiauoa or worceiter Jioyai nuarra juuonary.'
rrasldent BUI. i . - rr-.
' "In all mr wrltlnr. (neakior.and teachrmr, t bar en-
dekTorad to eonlorm t the rule for orthography and
pronunciation a ooatalnad la Worceiter' Vlotlonary ,
Uorace Mann, la( Prtdnt:
Kurroa Ceuxoa Oauiaiis .''I molt cordially reoom-
mand It aa tha moat nllahla atandard autboriO of th
Engllih language a it la now written and apoken."
Pieildeat Abdiw. , , ,
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Sew. Aneen Smyth, OommieeUmer 0 Ormmoft
i, . oonoete m tew.
Tha TJtcHonart la an lmMrkthable Bonumont to th
learning and Indunry of Ita author, and an honor to th
world at tatura. Th macnanteal axecuuon a lar upa-
Irlor to that of any ether Lexicon with which I am aa-
fquaintaa." . . - ;
Iron x7wa. U. B. Barney, tm-wmmteetoner
"The moat rellabl itandard authority of the lan
' 1 " what rue , .
Iastdin Newarpapera of Obio Bay.
Jnm th Cleveland Berald qf XarthlS.
Tha orthamnrihT et th Waretater Dictionary I that
need by bmmU if net ell. aathora el diatlnetloB in thl
eountry and England, and eonlorau to the general usage
of ordinary writer andipeaaere. r- . -
Whatarer prejudloaa may bar esUtad preriouily,
oaraful itudy of thU rolum will lorarlably be followed
by e warm appreciation ef ita great merit, and a deal re
to aaa it I in wen ieiw iiorary, vm it wi vr
ItlaaUbrar iallNlf. and wtU remain aa impertaha-1
bie reosra or toe teamlog of lu eompiier.
Jrom the Cincinnati Comnereial of April VI,
Ti era are anwarda of a hundrad thonaand Word food,
had and mdlnerenfewboo multifarloo meaning and
derivation!, together with their correct ipelllng and pro
nunciation, are Kit clearly before tha eye. The work ll
anquetionabiy th greatcw ineaauruioi ainguao norm
Tor puoiunea. ,
from th Cleveland Plaindealer oScft. SO, 1660.
!1A,tt Wmcmi'i RoTaL OOaKto DlCTI0AT it
net oniy A laeL, but the ear vxtrt of the kind ever ie
t,aodcan by no poai.bllity luffer by emparion or
from the Toledo Bait ef lrsy 29.
A ta reowrnreiATioH. WoaciirrxR It tea StaJTOaSB
followed br our beet authora; In definition be leave
nothing to be eeetrw. ana in mtTnoaRAm u n uiucieai
t ay that woecaarait can be aafeiy followed.
"-' llNOHAiri tc BRAGG,
PaMlabcrs, Boekeellere 4 Station re,
MO. 191 8TJPBRI0K ST., OLETBLAND, OHIO.
roai ' " "- """""
. THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
,IEE: INSURANCE COMPANY,
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Dividend January l, 180 1 45 Per Cent.
ASSETS.. . 313,530 50.
Statement Jaasary 1, 18BI
Balance, per itateoetit Jo. ltt, 1SS0..... $3,400,581
Moetroe for rramtuma oar-
tne the ic( uai.. . , . iuj,tn j aa ,
eeelvod for mtereit ounog
Total reeelDl for 18C0....t77,007 74
?aldClatmibyDeatb,907,050 00 t . T ,
Paul rolloie mrren- '"...,.
dered l.ui w - -
Paid 8rarra,.Pa- '-
age, xaxea, ax-
ohanr.eto...w.a lliBO 64
Paid Ootaanlaaoai to ' ' ' '
Arentata......... l,i w '
Paid Phymdana' tee. S,jS 75 ' '
Paid Aaoultieea.M..; 11? 00 1 '
Paid niwUMda ilar " '
lnrthe jar-u..10S,50O 7 sos,Wl bl ' ll,V7
.'.V . f.-J .,Sa. K 1 1 1
Net Balance January lit. 1P61 $3,812,358
...: - i, - assets. '.
Oaihbn hand.... 10.628410 , .
Bond and Mortgage on Beat
ainiw, worm aoubi in
amaunt loaned 2 .327,841 So -
ma Not, on Policies . . .. .
U force, enly drawtag S per- " ' '
nt. lnteret..,..,w. Ija79.f64 17 ' -
Baal Elta 90,893 87
Loani on Scrip ( 5,93144
eonnaet tnumun. j .-. nuw ..n w'
T5T5 PoUolH la force, lniurlng. 88,486,638
1,435 new Vellclei have been awned during the year.
After a aarafel aakelatlba ef the 1 1 lit I rata ef
oautandlng Pollcieiof tb Company, and having
fieceflitrir awiowie in reavrre wi.iviwi, w, iiretore
have eketaiaS a Dmsam of 45 percent, on th Promi-
nma pakt at ah table ra(,vo au poiioai nr iwcmroie,
tMuad prior to January 1, HMO, payabki aoMtdlng
.MMfnlari the rinmnAnv.
Hate far-alt kind of Lift OMtmtwao1(,"Bropot-
uwa, SliUmenta, and Application, will be fumiihod
wnmqoT oaAiee, at toe vino or agensiea ox tuo vox-
f" TkoBti! it,. PATTERSON, PratMeaU
I, 0. OB0TBB, Ttc Pretiueat. ,
. , t'i . Ma a w.iawr e aayraw, '
T Ii A f Tt A Tl ' rifiCHJBB BE.AOK
A DBlCbS CTX.es. ef Trv arae., the
MrBtlnl to U !' aawl at aaeil iiooata raw.
to. - - .......
... a, ai n ak tuiH.
A compound remedy, dea'gnea to be the most
ctTeotnal AUtrativ that can be made, , It is
a concentrated extract of Para SarinparUla,
to combined with other substances of still
OTeater alterative nowar aa to aiTord an cffec
? j j; o .:n. i.
reputed to cure. It is believed that ruch a I
remedy ia wanted py tuoso wnot suner irom
f'""""'".! u" rr:"" "ZTll ?
Krompmu utai cure iu t p.o.
nrvipji Til t ma inrrrnrinuni our hiaiIcll'u iuiiuw i
MitiaiMta TTw A-vmTolw hiai trkynTtrtlirtfI ariii
V tUAiVliDg .MVTf WUIULvyvai Niiw vwuiuvhi v ua a
do it has been woven by experiment on many
Afl,. amoaw. anana a Tax, Vl1 111 rtP 4-VlA 1 i T n I
VI U1V TV VI V4Mjr? W IV1 wua),Wa bUV VV v AJlOj
SCIIOFOLA AND bCROPrLOUS vOMPLknTTS,
EnurTioNs and Eruptivb Diseauss, Ulceus,
Pimplbs,. Blotchis, Tumors, Salt Rkcvm,
Scald IIead. Stphilis and SrPKimio Ap.
rsonoNs, Mbhcurial Dbbast;, Ditor.T, Nec
baloia or Tio Dotrtotntrtiii, Dbiiixiit, Dts-
PBPS1A AND IlfDIOBSTION, EttYSIPBLASi liOE
on Bt. Antitont's Fnt, and indeed tl T.-hole
das of complaints arisinj.frrm iMPritirr OP
raw Utood. ,r,y ' 'a' ' I "
rfn.1 j til
ThiS COmnoUnd Will BfeSUna a great pro.
moter of health, When taken in the spring, tO
expel the foul humora whicn tester in tne
blood at that season of tho year. Bytlietim
ly expulsion of them many rankling drsorders
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes ean, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the nystem will strive to
Ti ,1 , U , . i .
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine. Clennso out the
vitiated blood whenever you And its impurities
bursting througu the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you, una it u ob
structed and slucsisli in tha veins : cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. liven where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and tno great machinery oi
lifo is disordered or overthrown. ,
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it;
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else. !
During late years the public have been mis.
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
or extract oi sarsaparma tor one aoiiar. mosi
of these have been, frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties, whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. " bull
we call tliis compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we tuuik we have ground lor
. ... r -
upon ir Ana we mum we nave giounu lor
believing it has -virtues which nro irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taltea according to directions on
tho bottle. . . . j - t
DR. J. C. ATEIt. Si CO.
.:.:z LOWELL. MASS.
Price, itperSottlei Six Bottles tot $3.
Ayer's Cherry' Pectoral
has won for itself each a rcnomt for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Luna; Compliant, that
It is entirely unnecessary tor us to recount me
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been cm.
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
aiaurw inw peopiu m uuumy i acpi up iu uju vksi
it ever hos been, and that it may be relied on to
da for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic . Pills, .
FOB THE CUIUS 07
Cottiveness, Jaundice, ' Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Pile, Rhewnatitm, Kntptions and Skm Diseases,
Liver Toniplaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Ttuner and
Salt JlhcutHt i Vorms GotU, Neuralgia, a a
Dinner Pill, and fir Piirifyinj tha Blood.
. They are augur-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in tho tvorld lor all the purposes of a
family physic . . t i
trice 29 cents per Sox; Tive boxes for $1.09.
Oreatnumbers of Clergymen, Thysicians, States
men, and eminent personages, nave lent tlicir
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
bish gratis our American Almanac in which they
i.i. 1 r..ll J :. . C .1.
axo givxm , wuu may iuii uentrii'uuua ui uui'.v
eomniaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be But oil br unprincipled dealers with.
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayeb's, and take no others.' 'the sick
want the best aid there i for them, end they should
hare-it. ' -":
AU our remedies-are for sale by' .
ROBERTS a SAMUEL, Oolumbsi, ,
And by Drnfnrltteand Dealer everywhere. , , ,
CANADIAN ft U5TTED STATES KMX
STTH A MTGRS
TO AND FUOin v2a
, Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
' - and ' '
Th Montreal Ocean Bteamahip Company'! flrtt -clasi
fall-powered Clyde-built Steamer nil every Sat.
urdar from PORTLAND, carrying th Canadian
United Bute Mail and paaaengera.
NORWEGIAN, . NORTH AMERICAN,
BOUBMIAN, . , ANUliV-IAAOa,
NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, . .- . N0VA800TIAN.
Sborteat, Cbeapest andQulcBcatCon.
eyavnee f ram
AHZBICA TO ALL FASTB 07 STOOPS.
Kates ot PaassBge to Euroj?e,
Q3Q, 860. SO. -
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday,
and from 0.UEBB0 every Saturday . calling
LONuotiUCuar, to receive on ooara ana iaia nail
Pnturtn. to and from Ireland and Scotland.
. JUheae Steamer are built of iron. In wtr-U(tht
compartmania, carry aeon an tjp.ri.uw oargvvw,
very attenUon 1 paid to th comfort and aoeommoaV
tlon of pa Mongers, au uey prooa oireoa im xwn
DEBT, thigaearlakaad ealajr ef oalltng at St, John'i
eiaagow pamengen are rurnitnea witn rasa paanig
tlcxeU to aaa irom lioooonaerry. i. ,
Ratnra ticXeii a ran tea at iMooea ran, i
OertlBcatea laaued for carrying to and bringing out
agar from all tha principal town of Oreat Britain
V 1 1 wmm. k,hl. In. M . . M
araiHiuT. m -
by th WASxUMUTun liina u eAxiuiiu rAiMaaiB,
laavlcg Liverpool every week. . . ,.-."...n t . i i
Ble-ht Drafte far t an npwardi pay
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Battle of Bull Run.
OFFICIAL REPORT OF COL ACTING
BRIGADIER-GENERAL, TO GEN. TYLER.
BRIGADIER-GENERAL, TO GEN. TYLER. CAMP OF THE FOURTH BRIGADE OF TYLER'S DIVISION.
and General McDowell's Corps.
Near Arlington, July 25, 1861.
I bare the honor to submit ibe fol
lowing report ae to the operations of nr brig
ade ia front of the enemy at Bull Rao, on 8ua
day, July 21. Oo the night of the 20th of July
was summoned to attend a meeting; of com
manders of brigades, at the headquarter of the
commanding officer in the field, General Mc
Dowell, and, in common with tbe other com
manders of brigades, I was instructed wbet was
expected ot my particular command on tbe lol
lowing day that ie, I was to defend tbe posi
tion which I then occupied in front of the en
emy, called the Blackburn Ford, and about one
mile iu bis front, wbero we had been lor the
lact three days. I was alao ordered to consider
myself under the command of Colonel D. 8
JVIiles, D. S, Army, who was to command his
own brigade at Centreville as well as my own
and that of Colonel Davias, midway between
tbe two, these three brigades constituting what
was then called the reserve. ,
Attached to my brigade was the Held battery
of Major Hunt, United States Army, and also
the ntled batter; of ten-pounders, under Lieut.
Green, United States Army. I was to open
fire on tbe enemy for the purpose of making a
diversion, not before, but soon after bearing tbe
report of General Tyler's oannooade on my
right, to carry out wbiou purpose I made the
following disposition oi the brigade: Tbe two
batteries placed upon tbe rldee of tbe bill, in
view of the enemy; tbe Third Michigan infantry
on tbe left of the road, in line of battle. Still
further, six hundred yards to tbe left, on a com
mending bill, I bad placed tbe day before two
compinies ol tbe r irst Massachusetts regiment,
for tne purpose ot occupying a log barn and a
frame barn, which companies pushed pickets
still further to our left, for tbe security of that
point, which l considered a good position tor
artillery. In a ravine, half-way between tbe
two positions, I placed also a company of tbe
First Massachusetts regiment, which pushed
pickets down tbe ravine to its front; and on tbe
extreme right of all I placed tbe balance of tbe
Massachusetts regiment, in line of battle with
two companies of that regiment pushed four
hundred yards to tbe right and front, which two
companies again threw pickets in advance.
Tbe New York and Second Michigan regiments
1 placed in tbe road, five bundered yards in tbe
rear of tbe line, as a reserve., i -
Soon after making tbese arrangements, which
I did on bearing tbe report of artillery on oar
right, Col. Davie' s brigade made Its appear
ance, with him at his head, and, Inquiring of me
tbe date of my commission, round tbat he rank
ed me br two davs, and he assumed the com.
mand. That omcer wished a good position for
artillery to open, end 1 immediately proposed
tbe position on our lelt, near the leg bouse.
from which s coed view of a large stone house,
called by the people of the country the enemy's
headquarters, migbt be ootaioed. (Joi. Varies
brought up with bim tbe rifled twenty-pounder
battery of Lieut.', Benjamin, and ordered it to
open lire immediately. . lie directed alio Hubt's
battery to bis assistance, and I ordered Green's
batter to open its fire at tbe same time. Tbe
enemy 'appeared to have withdrawn his gun
from thai position, as be returned no fire, or be
might have been reserving bis fire for tbe last
attack. An hours cannonading, however,
brought in view a column of tbe enemy's infan
try, which I observed with my glass, of at least
twenty.fire bundered men, and soon two otber
bodies of men, of at least a regiment each, who
now occupied the lines on the other Side ol the
run, which lines now Appeared lull to overflow
log... , i i -.11-
Supposing now that they intended to make
push across our front in column, or would en
deavor to turn our left, about 11 A. M. I began
to fortify my position by throwing up an earthen
parapet for three guns, with embrasures aorosa
tbe road, anc commenced an aDattis ol timber,
by felling trees, pointing outwards, between this
battery aod tbe log bouse to the left. Aoout
this, time the enemy on tbe opposite aide ap
peared to be falling back in conlution from our
right attack, which continued lor some time,
and then the tide changed, and tbey seemed to
be returning in large masses. ' At the interval
between tbese two extremes, I waa ordered by
Col. S. D. Miles to throw forward my skirmish
era and feel the enemy, end accordingly two
companies of tbe Third Michigan Regiment
were sent lorward and down the ravine to cover
our front and advance. These were supported
by Capt. Brutchschmeider'a light infantry bat
talion, which also advanced down the ravine,
accompanied by Lieut. Prime, corps of United
(States Engineers, who went for tbe purpose of
ascertaining the enemy's position he- volun
teering bis servicea lor that particular pur
pose. Col. Daviea also threw forward a com.
pany of skirmishers on his right. . The enemy's
skirmishers. were in force in tbe woods la front,
and covered thtmselves wtib trees and rifle pits,
bleb bad been thrown up Detore. uur twe
advance companies were driven back, tbe ene
my pursued, and were in turn driven baok
the spherical oaee shot of Green's battery,
and 1 ordered back the light infantry, and alao
tbe two companies, to tbeir former position.
Tbe company in trout of Col. Paries's com
mand rurd about the earn time. By five
M. I had the battery and tbe abattie nearly
completed, making my defense as aeonre
tbe abort time aod lew implement used would
allow. No enemy appealed in force In my front
with a diapooition to assault, but about tbia time
a heavy oolumn of infantry appeared to tbe left
or Uoi.Lfaviea, in a ravine, moving up to
attack. This brigade opened a heavy fire upon
them sua gaiianuy drove tnem dace, as be
formed me afterward. . During tbie firinir,
which waa shortly after fire o'clock, I received
orders from Col. Miles, through one of
staff, to retreat upon Centreville, and endeavor
to bold tbat position. .1 Immediately eolieoted
together my Drigeae, ana put it in motion
the road toward Centreville,'. and was at
bead of the Second Michigan Regiment, in rear
of tbe brigade, when a staff offlcar proposed
me to tnrow my regiment in line, lace toward
tbe enemy, between the house occupied
night befere by Hunt's battery and the Union
and Centreville road, upon which: road
enemy was supposed to be advancing. . I
gained a position near toe oesirea point, when
was aaet by Col. Davlee, who Informed me tbat
be bad beaten tbe enemy nandsomeiy in front,
1 told bim 1 bad been ordered baok to Centre
ville by Col. Miles; that tbe rest of my brigade
had gone on, and that I had been directed
go to tnat point with say regiment, for the pur
pose of facing the enemy there, wbioh I
done, and Cel. Davles west, as I supposed,
bis brigade. Soon after this I was met by
staff officer of Gen. McDowell's, who told
to put my brigade In position oo the left ot
road from Centreville to Blackburn's ford,
stretching towards the Union snd Centreville
road, laeiDg tbe enemy. ' Other troops bad
faliea baok w this point distant about a
from Cenarerllle and at ' about ' tlx o'clock
P, M. captain Alexander, of tbe Corns of
giaeere, directed me, by order of Gen. McDow
ell, tt take the' general arrangement of
uoope at mat point in my own bands, be
setting as sv good lias ef defeoee between
piece ef wooda on tbe right and one on tha
the line facing equally toward tbe enemy,
were supposed to bs coming either oo the Union
or the Blaokburn road. 1 immediately formed
that line as I beat could of the regiments
est tbe position, placing the men In tb urines,
and the artillery, :ea much as poeaible.ee
Blllei In the rear of th infantry. ;.Bforeipl
Alexander gave me tbl last directiea, a learo-
edmt Colonel Miles had altered tbo poeltlon
oi eomereaimest whiob I had plaoed before,
especially the Third Michigan regiment,
I aaa ordered to form oloee tolumn by division,
to remai aa a re errs, and awaUftuther et4r
irons me. ,Tha alHotr in coraakaad of tbtegl.
tT I ill t "I .KJ tBiCry-i-l
ment at tbat time, Lieutenant Colonel Stevens
(Colonel McConnell being unwell, bnt on tbe
ground), Immediately esecated that Order, and
pat bis regiment ia cloear eoluron. o I went to
some otber part of the field, aod on,, returning
found tbia regiment deplored In Hoe of battle,
and In another poeltlon. ' I immediately inquir
ed of Colonel Steven tbe Mason-of their poel
tlon being altered. He told tne tbat Colonel
Miles had directed this movement. . I asked
him wbjf Colonel Stevens replied, "I do not
know, but be bad no confidence in Col. Miles."
I icq aired the reaaow wbyt Colonel Stereos
answered, "Because Colonel Miles 1 drunk."
Tbat closed tbe conversation, I sent Colonel
Stevens back with his regiment, to form close
column by divisions, ae at first. ' I then report
ed to Capt Alexander that, i had- been inter,
fered with in my disposition ot th troops during
tbe day, and tbat I could pot carry out General
McDoweH's orders as long as I was Interfered
with byi a drunken man. Captain Alexander
then answered that General McDowell sow
rested tbe whole disposition of the troops with
me, aod tbat I must use my own judgment. I
went to place anoiher battalion in line, and I
was met by Colonel Miles, who ordered me to
form that regiment in -, another direction. I
replied that "I should obey no more orders
tbat be might see fit to give me." Colonel
Miles then said, 'Colonel Richardson, I shall
put you in arrest." I told bim ."I never should
obey his arrett and tbat he never could put me
ia that pjsitiou." Colonel Miles answered that
be did not understand this. 1 aaid nothing,
and went oo- with further disposition of the
troops, whicb was done according to tbe next
diagram. As soon as tbe line of battle was well
formed tbe enemy's cavalry made Its appear
ance on the Centreville and Manassas road, and
ordered Lieut. Benjamin to open bis rifled
eaunon upon them, which he did, and tbe cav
alry disappsared after a few shots. It was now
nearly dark, and tbe troops encamped iu their
present position. About IU o'clock r. M. , Uen-
eral McDowell informed me tbat a retreat was
resolved upon; that the troops must be started
on tbe road to Fairfax as soon as possible, and
ordered me to more last and cover the retreat
of the army with my brigade. I told tb Gen
eral X would do so, and would stand by bim as
long as any man would. I left with my brig
ade at 2 o'clock A. M., after all the otber reel-
mente and batteries bad retired. Ua retching
Fairfax found it abandoned by our troops, aud I
covered the rear, bringing up my brigade In
good order, tbe IN ew York, regiment in front,
then the Massachusetts regiment, and tbe two
Michigan regiments In rear ot tbe whole. Ar
rived at Arlington at two o'clock r. ft!., on
Monday alter tbe action. . ,
X bave tbe bonor to be, very respectfully,
J. B. RICHARDSON.
Colonel Commanding Fourth Brigade.
Gen. TYLER, Commanding First Division.
Mr. Harvey and the Administration.
The card of Mr. Harvey, American Minister
to Lisbon, which recently appeared in our col
umns, la attracting considerable notice, and has
called out from some of tbe papers In tbe in
terest of tbe Administration, rather severe
criticism upon tbe conduct of the Secretary
state, who is assumed to oe tne member ot tb
Cabinet with whom Mr. Harvey consulted,
respecting tbe subject matter of bisC3mmunica
tion to Cbarlestou, just before tbe attack upon
Fort Sumter. Ihe administration, in seizing
opon tbe private correspondence of our citizens
transmitted by teiegrspo, appears to Bare
"cauabc a Tartar," aioce tha very first revels
tien from that source implicated a Foreign Min
ister or their own appointment, and that minis
ter in bit first public notice of tbe charges
brought agtiust him, plainly involves tbe mem
bars of tbe Cabinet iu the irraaoa.
This comes ot tbe system, of espionsge In.
sti'.uted at Washington,, Tbe act was a viola
tion of private rigbts-aa unwarrantable In
terference with tbe sanctity of private corres.
nondeoce which tbe conoltion of tne oountrv
no means justified, and It will surprise no
that its result la likely to plague tbe Inventors,
more than any body whom they hoped to involve
in treasonable difficulties.:. But while we
thu much in criticism upon tbe action of
Government, we are not prepared to unite
the wholesale charges of condemnation which
have been directed against Mr. Harvey,
latterly egaiaet tbe Secretary of State,
ean readily understand tbat the Government
has been and is likely hereafter to be embar
rassed, by tbe vacillating policy which waa pur
ned respecting tbe proposed evacuation
Fort Sumter, and it may be natural enough
that each member of the Cabinet should be
clined to shift tbe responsibility, aa far as pos
sible, upon his associates. It would, however,
be more nonoraoie lor tnem an, iransiy to ac
knowledge the absolute end Incomprehensible
Ignorance wbioh existed at tbe time, and to ab
solve Mr. Harvey from all blame in the matter.
If that gentleman was in fault, tbe fault,
cording to bis statement, was shared by
wbole Uuoinet, and it is oy no means becoming
to sacrifice him for a wrong in wbieb they were
all involved, t : -
Precisely bow far Mr. Harvey was guilty
wrong in sending the alleged dispatches
Charleston, and bow lar mr. Seward, u cognl
not of the transaction, is Censurable, will
pead in some measure upon tb views which
may be entertained ot tbe value of frankness
aod honesty, in diplomatic aoira. it diploma
cy is to be resorted to for tbe purpose ol gain
ing an advantage over another, at the sacrifice
ef honor, then Mr. Harvey and Mr. Seward
may be wrong; If, on tbe contrary, tbe
of frankness and honorable dealing are to be
served in transactions of Government, as
tween individuals, then we confess tbat we
better of Mr. Harvey foe the action which
took la the affair of Fort Sumter. With
knowledge, if not at tbo reoneat of tbe
em ment, be bad intormed tbe south -Carolina
authorities tbat fort Sumter would be evaca
ated by our force, that ita evaouatlon had,
tact, been determined upon. When through
the vacillating policy, firat for peace, then
war which prevailed at . Washington in
early stages oi tbe Administration, it waa
ly resolved that fort sumtersnouid ne provis
ioned and reinforced, or relieved, instead of
ing evacuated, Mr. Harvey, as an honorable
man, could hardly do less than recall the
formation he bad communicated by request,
and make tbe real truth known to hi oorres
mr. oewara wae even more aeepiy involved
than mr. Harvey; lor, to addition to tbe koowl
edge which he bad of the communications of
latter, be had given similar Informal assurances
to th Commissioner for -the Confederate
States, through the . intermediary agency
Judge Campbell; and, as. a man of honor,
could not well do less tban recall such
ances, when a change of program had
agreed to. To permit this to be done through
an unofficial aouroe was a mild way of
an obligation involving tbe honor
tbe secretary and the uovernment itaeir.
Probably our notions en these subjects
not be strictly diplomatic Possibly tbe
which we entertain on tha subject o(
and honor In publlo transactions, may not
such" as find laror in omoiai circles-..
they nevertbelets serv bur purpose, id determ
ining lor ourselves a point involving toe cnarao
tef of publlo men at bom and abroad, and
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lead ua to tna conclusion mat iiau mr.
and Mr. Secretery Seward done openly
above board, what seems to have been their
to accomplish furtively and secretly, they
have more fully earned the reputation of
and high toned statesmen, than
L... tm -fmn Ann. "' . t -.. u , - J
U.T.Ik. .-V. . , , . ,
In this as m otber measures whloh
fallen to the Administration to decide, the
ot a cH vi Jed Cabinet ne conspicuous.''"
President selected htk 'constitutional
from opposite intereststhe moderate Conierva
tive and tbe ultra radtcal7-Mr"KeSra",from
Ihe latter,' bad,-nder the extraordinary
stance of th eountry, boea transferred ta
former, before he wme eelected for Secretary
Stat. In the Port Sautter affair, a In me
raoretamr "lorware to mcomorrav" tne-
party ruled tb Adminlrtraion.j'The
In andut of tna cabinet, and their sympathu
are, were too Saeoti lot the Secretary of
ore, were too Bon iot iue ocurrtary or
Who.Ufter eofiUlbutlBf; largely" to brltn
present disasters udoo the country, when he be
gan to realise tb terribl ooiieeqaeueeo oi bis
worn, patriotically eoogbt to avert the calami
'V 0 lAtw.4 , .; - l. ;u r .
a. , t0,ida,rt determines to sasrifiea. aia u
Minister to Portugal, oa account el tbdlieevK
"Vm.de iD ratnging among th rubbish,'.,
tb Telegraph pfllce.be may ag well, a, th
same time, make op nis mind to part company, k
with bis Secretary jof State, and surrender the"
Government, foreign and domestic, for peac
or for war, Into the hands of fanatci who rul "
tb roasr at Washington' - Perbspe, bow tbat fl
tbey bave tried tbeir band at war here at borne," 1
they would Ilk also to add w these complice--19
tlons, a war with th leadleg European powers.'4
: Tbe troth-will eeouer or-later become InV '
pressed open tha mind ef tbe President ejbat is
attempting iq mix oil and vinegar ia hi count-
oils, ha has oo re rail Wd a cram eer.i Ie ertK A
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season to save tbe country from -tb doom aow t
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XEB GOODS, and invito Ike public ta impart
them. No inch atock of Oooda baa ever been brought to
thi market. Th South, In eonieqoenc of the. hi lure "
of the grain erop, has nut been able to parcbaae the ai-, .
ual quantity of rich good,, and thl fact Lu forced the
Importer) to ell tbara at publlo auction. Oar buyer
(Mr. Stone) being in NewYork at then large aales, took i
advantag of them, and we can and will tell our goodi
bare, at leat than any urn wh purchaied two weeks since,
paid for them ia New York. Our atock It complete ta . .
every department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
BROCHE VALENCI AS,
PRINTED MERINOS, "
' ' PRINTED COBURGS,
" DYED COBUGS
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS, , ;
ALL WOOL DELAIN ES,
I , POPLINS. PRINTS,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
i Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
Hea'a, Ladle aod Children'! Under Ehirt and Drawenr
Ladle, Niitei and Children' lioeiery of all klurti, in
Wool and Lamb'i Wool; Fly Llnetl ami Cotton Gluv?i
of (very make.
A complete assortment of all the u.r.ai varie
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand
kerchiefs, do., &o.
To pertotii who call on ai. we slam our wordi to
ihew them the largest, beet and cheapen nock of Ooodi
ever een la thl market, or pay them on dollar rr
aour worn looting.
eci-auxtauw. btucie a o uanna.
The Stoolc Replenished
FRO.TI LATEST I.VIPOUTATIOMS OF
' BIY STOCK OP
Spring & Summer Millinery
Lt now complete, comp riling every variety of Mllln-
ry; also, large axeortraent of Imbrolderte, Hosiery
and NoUona, Ac, and in quantitie and price that can
not fail toiuit all who aay favor tu with a call. Tbe
goodi bar been bought at Paolo pricei, and will leiold
at a nail advance on cost.
Miss M. E. YOUNG, late of New York City,
will raperlntend th Millinery Department. Her long
experience in th moit Faahlonabl Eitabllibment In .
Broadway will alone be a warranty that the will be aUe '
to give entire. atlsfaotion In matter of taste to all wbo
may favor her with tbeir order.
Tha Ladleiof Columbu and vicinity will uloaa ac
cept my ilncer thanki for their liberal patronag. and
I would retpeetfully wllclt a continuance of th tame.
i It H. WARE,
68 Eaat Town St,, Colambui, O.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Tho Public Works of Ohio. '
Ornca or txi Lxsixrj or tbi Posuc WoaiM
CoLuaaoa, Jun 13, Irkil. ( ; , . i
TII8 nndertlrned having become th Leaeeea of th
Pnhlla Work of Ohio, under tb act of Maj 8. 1HU I , '
and having entered Into the poeaeMioa of aaid Worn,
hereby giv nolle tnat in operating anaer eata leese,
and dUcharglug their dutiea under the earn, tb bail-...
nee will to traatacted with th public through agent
appelated by lb Laateea underauch rule, regulation, -'
rcatrictlou and limitatioua, as hall be pretcrUied far . :
Taoe aaant for tha nreeent, will oomlit of one 0-: . !
eral Agent, a Treaavrerand Becretary, for the Oentral
Olhoe of th Lee at Columbu; and th aeceuary
numbarof Superintendent ot Kepairi and Colleo.ora of .
Toll on th eTral Work embraced In th leaee.
Th Oeneral Stent lhall be tb principal eaecutiv -
officer of th Lesaee, a. d thai I hav charir o( th gen
eral bojlneoe orBoe at Oolumbua. U thill hav auper-
Villon aver the buiineti of iba luna with lb public, .
and as inch agent thill execute all eontracta, except
those for labor and malarial conneetca wun u eroina '
ry repair! of the nveral Works, and he shall audit and ,
aettle all account.
IBs dutiea ot tb Treasurer ana nacreary enaii 01 ,i
sneh aiar ntually diidiargedby aunllar ouioer la other
Tb Superintendent! of Repair tball, on their re- ,
ipeotir division, bar power to employ end dieobargi
ail nbonlluate and laborer, aod to piuchar all tool . .
and material, necewary in th ordinary repair of tucli
divliion, and tb m akall be oadar their epeclal dl-
rectkinand management. ';'., ' "
. TbeOollector of Toil, water Rent and Fioei, are, . ,
Inreited with all th authority ana per, pru video la - -the
Ui of the Bute and tb regulation ol th Hoard ,
of Publlo Work, maaefor that parpoee. when ach Col
lectori acted under appointment aaa auwority iroat .tea . j J .
He Individual member of th Lena lhall bar tlW,
right to traoaaet baainee ia the nam of th Leeeeei,
with any person or peron,ia any ather uanr than
ttirouih lb appointed areut, unlaw peeiaily authoris
ed by tb Lte o to do; nor shall any on of the ap-; j
pelQtea agent nave autnoriiy to traoMict aoy nuiinrva
Iq tha here of the Leaeeea, exeept la tb partkral.r '
branch ot th bualnen confided to hla,and aublect to A , 1
,JUU .J IUl.,1... hi. " 1 - "
- M authority to borrow nay en ta ereai 01 vne; .- ,
Leteeei, lhall ever exltt in any Leetee, agent or other . ,
employwof the Lemee, anleM tb aaa eball be oon--' "
ferred y a unanimous rot of th Leueei, at a regular'. i( j
araliog. and th amount o authorised to be borrowed
peclSed In the erdir and entered aa th)oaraai. , 1 1
Gao. W. Manrraaav 1 in taeneiai ageat ot me, 1
LcaeaW Bawianut I. Saira, Trearurer, and 'oaa
Jovcr, Secretary, , , n, ., j ti-:!. t' Oj..H
wtbesupenntenaeniiei nepaira ar: ....
On tbext. Xaoaland W. mT. aW-kJowM
Coorxa, Taoaaa Baows, Wa. J- itstm aod aaaaaL.j
Bacae. '' ' ' " " ''
1 oa to Ohio, Walbondlng and Hocking Oanala and Oi . 1 -
Huaklngoa Improvement Hoaaar II. Nomm, Tboha . ,
MiLtx. Danaia alcUAaTnr, rJn.ra.ixa Hasniar and " '
BuwaaD Bat. . . . , . -
Tae OollateaatbCaaa1a, atdiklngtrai fmrrre
mentand Maame Bua-l, are eaaeeuie that were la th
KTVlceof tbe Biate at tae Urn of th eontroe of the
Leaxw) bat all thealoreeait agent hold their appoint; , , .
acta aUba pleaiar and epUen nt the Ln. -
jat tii t . , JOriBPU COOVKR.' ,
t ft, ' rf n. jtvann,, . ' .
ARNOLD SIBDHKkY, ,
' I TIIOHAS SIWRII, --- --
,,nl TflOMSS BWOWW.
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