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MANYPENNY A MfLLERp:
fTJBlta9f Bi AVPjflttriU XXOB.Ml
1 rfSl THrtrjETAlrtT.V Tl'ViWltirriWI ; Ml I .ll
Oally .- :i 4 1 w'j 0 w. 1 1 96 00 pel yearl
" By th Carrier, per week, MAt- ..
MiWeaHv 00 per year1.
Weekly, . . , f u I ,i..t;1 00
"o t Adrtlilnpr if theqnAi1
crisis
'' n square 1 yeai . . . aim 00
'0e Wara weeka.'.ft 00
On " U mor.tht 18 00
5ne ' ' !'0 months U 0
3d , 3 months 10 00
3nt ' ' -' months 8 Oil
On ', - 1 month. , 5 00
VIIO , X WBOK. , J UU
On. I'll ,t week; 175
Ona T 'V ,3av..r 1 00
Oa 1 IlDr W
DispUyeiJ dTertlnroent bair dk than Cb ahpT
fli. J' 1
Advattliementa leaded aid jUacel In ttia'oeIdmdI
' Sinclal Nulioti," double tht ordinary raM.
All notices reuulrec to be pahllied l? lav, leal ratM.
If onlered on Uieinalc.eexalaalvlafUr4hafliteek
par ceui. mora than the above rates; bat all loch wil
ipii-jariuihe Tri-Wcelily wiUjoutohargo. ..
BuilneM Oanla, not exceeding ft-te linn, per Tear In
i le, fl 5(1 per linet outside i.
Notlceaof mentlnga,cbalt3bleaooietle(.ieooinpan1a.
to., half prlca. . t. v.u 1 u. '-i.'ilMVui.t
Iranjjgnt adtertUmntnU mult tit podd or in
'lmnot Tie rnlewlll notberarledfrem.' '
Weekly, aame price aa tha Dalit t heM tb advertiser
os the Wsekly alone., W litre 'ha Dally an4 Weekly
tre both uned, then the charge lorlbe Weekly will be
aair the rates ef tha Pally ' "" "of - )
No ailvartlaeaiat taken axeept fo a deflalta perto4v
BUSINESS CARDS. -
f. a; b. saimsr -
ZLttOrML03T4a,t XaiTtXV
AND NOTARYj PUBLip.T J TJ
Ofllce Aiubos Batlding, opposite Capitol Square.
- ':- 1 COLUMBUS, OHIO)
j9l. OSBORKriD, t
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
. . MARION, OHIO.
OOXj"DTMCXl:XTJ3,,.ri
Machine Mannfacturing Company
naNDFAtmnifaa or
STEAM ENGINES "&; BOILERS,
Cutingt, Hill-Ooarlng
Maehlnary.
ALSO,
H.nilrton,cl
w orlx.
or viir Discaimon. ' "
(JOLIIItllHIN, OHIO.
OriAS. AMB08, Bop'l. - .P. 1UBOB, TrM. 7
deoll, IbiH-tf . ,,.
1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangement.---Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
CoonectlDg at Crestline villi tha PIITSBUBQII, FT
WAYNX It 0IU0AG0 RAU.BOAD -
br PitttburgK, Philadelphia an& Baltimore;' JUo
for fort Waym and Chicago.
Connecting at Cleveland With UieLAltB BII0RI BAIL
E0AP. , .
FrUuitKlrkr nuffalo Albaay-f Bat
ton, and New York.
' THREE TRAINS DAILY,'1 "
JCXCEPI SUNDAY, r-
From Columbus, In eonnectlon with Trains on tha
LITTLE FIIAITsI AND COI.TJMUCS
.AND XtniA IIAILBOAUS,
7? V fIRST TRAIN
mb'os atSiA'.ir'i
XIQUT XXPRESB. Leavei Columbus
will leave passengers at all station south M Gallon.
stop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardington and Oiltad, and
at all stations north of Oalion, arriving; at Cleveland
at 9:00 A, M., Dunkirk 3.00 P. U., Hu0aW 4iUP, M.
Albany 3.30 A. 11., New Tork 8:33 A. M., Boston 9:30
P. M., Pittsburgh via Crestline 3.9U P. M , Philadel
phia 3:10 A. M. Chicago via C real line at 7'00 P.M. ,
v . ... BB00ND, TRAIN,.. .. "' ftf, .,',
NEW TORE: EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 11:10
a. m. Will stop atLewis Centre, (for White Sulphur
Springs), Delaware, tiardtogton, Gallon. Orestllne, Bhel
by, New Loudon, Welllngtoa and Orafton, arrlv at
Cleveland at 3:33 p. m.j Dunkirk, tl:3U p. m.i Buf
falo, luilU p. m ; Albany, H:45a. m.; NewYoik, 1:45
. m. Boston, 4:40 p. m. This Train oonnectsat Bhel
y for Banduaky, and at GJafton for Toledo, arriving at
Toledo at 0:40 p. m. . , , r
.:..;, . : THIRD TRAIN. ';
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves Cotumbns
at 11.30 pi m. Will stop at all stations Bouth of
Shelby, and at New London, Wellington, Orafton,
and Berea; arriving at Cleveland at C:30 p. m : Dun
kirk, 0:00a. m. Buffalo, 3:20a. m.; Albany, 8 S0 p. m.i
'New York, 720 p. m.: Boslpn, 11:43 p. m.j Pittsburgh,
via Crsttllne.at 11:55 p. m.; Fhiladclphia, 1:00 p. m.,
Chicago, via Crestline, 6:45 a. m. Tbia Train connects
at Mielby for Bandiukyand Toledo, arriving at Toledo
at 8:5 p. m. ' T"
Patent Sleeping Cart are ran 'on all
Night Trains to Chicago, New .
; York and Boston... ; '
Baggagt Chrelud Through to Hew Tort and Bottt
via dmtUuul; alto, to PhUaiHfhiaani
JVu Xorkvia OreetUnt, . ::.
RETURWING.Jf
Night Express arrives at Coltunbua'el, ,.11:15 P. M. ,
.Cincinnati kxnrees arrives at Columbus at 10:50 A.M.
Accommodation lUpress, arrives at Columbus at 7:51)
Favr as law aa by any other ItOnte.
. .Atk for IHtitttnih Crnllinenr ClmrltinA .
r v,'t. a. s. punt;.
Superintendent, Cleveland, OaioN
- " JAMES PATTERSON, Agent, '
Columbus. Ohio.'
Colamlmsi Vne 17, IPtlr A tttf " f P'fi
Just Boealvodl
4 AA HFr Oil GKEF.N Stltd r BLACK
AW VKAS 100 bags prima Uio Consa.t.
ISO sockets old Dutch Qovommsat Java Ooffe.
15 bags Ceylon Coffee. -J-vv l,- fci
90O bus. ataadard White Sugars, oxmslstlng ot Pow
" dred.Ohrustied, Granulated A and B Uoffed.1- t '
-;. SO outntalsfleorge Bank CodtUk, ,.,( O.' (,l
KUbbis. siess ana no. 1 uackert., ...r. ,
6 tea. Pick Salmon. k ' 1 ' 1
h 100 b. Layer Uawina.;., Trrx rbu ;
ouni. oozuo , 00. . , . , 1
IOO qr. box do ' da" ! u" ,J 1
100 M Clgai, different brands and grade,, f
POTO , ,t WIS. MCUQIIALA't
' it-t'fk-i ww'mCMi r
SS 0 a klbh't. I .....j
-33 JUM
v'And Blanx-Booi EJvmifftnttii'i. 'i.
jTobth high nsixreoLTjnrjTisVOHio
f i f7-.m;a r-ijf,iai
. Red, .WMte andBInc
Just opened by v ' a i" "!.'t i-ti tl
1 xtATir A ann
aprfO ' . I
uT CS. Jo". fii SeatbAtgh streel.
A "JEW HOOP SKItti".iJ'',-;ill,a"
.A - -'. - - -t'l tns'l )s.u 1
,.33x.pxr cJ DON,
':.''-.. ' Ho. 98, SOUTH Hian BTRIIT,'
" Bavs Jbst received a now "makrer "HOOP SKTRTfl
niahadia maanM S snpariot (s Ja yeljntroduoed
t DTJBABILITT AND GRACEFULNESS.)
saatS. it.H
f
TH T.i..!!''.:.:' im..'lii.j
The Cheapest Smew the Bert."
;..-. .., . tM. -.,.,, .1 .
I i
7 ' gni l 1
j s Sim Cunirtt Imi mt Xiatert of Qhlft,
"iin Bin Raiiia motion art bitani."
I I U 1 o.H:iili :ti
"XUtntrf JM gonyvhtr:'
inwards of a' Hundred Thoaaaad Vords.
wkosa mqlUtariou Biaaolnga. and derivations, toretber
with thali aorrtot apelllni, and BrannnalaUoa an alaarly
set before tha aje." -
BtaSlhtIetUioni of ike Mtmomt of tk OhUBtaU
(The nndtrrtKwid, metatwrs of tha Ohio State Taaahara'
Association, adonl and alas Junaa Is Uaehtni. wrltlnt
end apeakUif, Uia orUMmphy and oronunolatlon of
Worcester's lioval quarto Dictionary, and wa most cor
dially reeoaiaand It as tb sattt ratlabte stu4aH aa-
tbortty of the ngUah laafwfs, sa kt la aew wriUea and
pvaeu. .
Loara Amacwt, Praddent Kenyon College.
M. D. I.toorrr, Superlntandent lanesvtlle Schools
Thos, W. H.avrr, Hup't Uasetlon Union Schools.
M. F. CowDsat, Bup't Publta Ichoola, Sandusky. .
John IiTsksl. Han't Publla Debsala. OlralavllU. . .
8, N. BiroD, Prlnclnal 0 lore land Taaala Bemlna-
i wa. Mitt-jut, Bup't Pnalla Mwolf, Mt. Utdoa.
Joan Oaaaa Fitaalai atasa Mnnsal Bahoal. Minna'
ota. - : ...
Oraoi KiaoN, Principal Toortt IaUrtoediate School.
viUVUDHIi
H. B. MaiTm, SapH Oahtotr unutn Schools.
Idwiw Bnou, Principal MeNaaly Normal School.
Bu T. VarraR, Prof. Mathea-atlea, Ohio University.
! Wis. W. Inwaas, Sup't Troy Union School.
'A. Q. Bonus. PriiMlnal Wast Dlih School. Oleva
land. ' ...
B. A. HotToM. Atsoclatt PrlnclDal High School, Uleva-
tand. :,,..
iTBtoDoaa Stiuim, PrlnclDal High School, Oleva
land. 1 st ',;- . -
R. F. HnuisToa. Prlndnal Cleveland Inst rata.
J. Ar GiMjuux. President a ( XlaoUo InsUtata, Hi
ram.
iW. I. Hatan,Prof. af Ohe-nlstit, Obt Wssleyaa
Untversltv. ..
U. H. 11 ax hit, Ix-Oasunlsstonsr of Common Schools,
lnio. . , .......
, Javsbj MoMtnc, Prof. Bbatorte, Oherlln College
I Tloa.HrLL.Pneldant AntliKk Oelleeat- .
! 0. W. 11. OaTvtojjiTr Praf. Mathanatlaa, High
School. Davtoa." : , I
I B. 0 OaoMaaoaa. Prof.. Lannaio. Blrt School.
Dayton.
' B. At. BAXixa, Sup't Union Buoels, Aituand.
I lt'ora Out Sim BvmArmlL irOtur PrtoUtntl of ColU-
W, Proftuori, Author an4 JHUffuiih4d fducar
tort, Kant moorttd (As apovt
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO
Maaiitta Coirtna "h Is Imly a ajaenlieent work.
an honor to tha author, tha publisher s, and tha whole
aountry.- rresuient, Aaanws. .. .
' Onto Wsnurr ai TJanaawn' It exceeds say expecta
tion.. If will be my guide in orthography and pronun
eiaUs).and will often ba aonsnlud 1'ymaforlt neat
and accurate definitions.'' Presides Inompsoa.
W. R. XeuRmo OoUMa'Heratofora wa have asset.
Webster's orthography. At a recent xaseting aft oar
Faeulhr.U was decide to ohane It aonf orsa to that
of Worcester's Boyal Quarts Dictionary." President
Uameld, , ... ; . ....... x , ,
I Wawraa'k Rnamva Coitaea--"! and It worthy of
cordial approbation. ''-resident Atltenooc. , 1
1 Oantm Coixtaa. "It sure thaa meats soy expecta
tions. I recommend U as the standard authority In
orthoepy to aij chlldran and my pupils,' ProsWnt
Morgan. . :
' AxTTocrt Couaae "I adopt and aim to ase In taaati-
tag, writing and speaking, the orthography aad proaun
alatlon of Woreester'a a oral Quarto Dlottonarri"
President DIIL-. , .
I "In all aiy writing, speaking, and teaehlnt, I bae en
deavored to conform to the rules for orthography sod
pronunciation aa contained la. Worcester's Dictionary.''
-Horace Uann, late President. - ' -
I KtirroCoiiMa.OAsiia. ''Jmdst cordially recom
Bond It as the meet reliable Standard authority of tha
English languor a It Is sow wl ttaa and speken."
President Andrews. . (; .... .,, , , , , ...
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Bet. Anton Smyik, OmmttHontt of Ommwt
i - bkooit im Ohio.'
"Tha Dlcttonarr la an Imperishable monument to the
learning and Industry of Its author, and an honor to tha
world of letters. The meecanlcM execution is rar anpa
rior to that of any other bexiooa with watch I asa ae
qualnted.", , 1
From Um.. II.' B. Sarntf '. Ba-Cbmmitrtontr oj
.,. . .. OCAOOit m io. .
"The most rallabla ataadard SBthoritr of the ka-
gUAg).'''-,! ,. . 1 i . . . , . ii ; a i t
tiQodirAs: Nenvarpape of Ohio Say.
"J from tht OtotUm BtrtM of March K.
Th.ttithoir.Dhv el tha Woreeatsr Dictionary Is that
UBra oj voii. u out miu tuuwn , uwwiw..
country and England, and conforms to the general asage
pf ordinary writer aad speakers. ' i
i Whatever nreinaioe mainav axisteu pnviou.iy,
oaraful stud f this volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a desire
to add it to uie weu aeieotaa uorary, o urg or sown,
It 1 a library In Itself, and will remeig an impariaha
bla record of tha learning of It compiler .
from (h CXnoinnaM Cbmmtroial of April 80. '
TT.rm mrt nnri, nf a hundrad xhowaand aaads ' sosd.
bad and tndtffsieut who mslttfarla maaaings and
derivations, togatbarwlth their eornea spelling and pro
nunciation, are set eleerty before tha ey. Tha work I
unqoattooAbly Ue gnataM lossaurusol English Wards
aver puUUhd a . nf s ; j ' ,
Jromtht Cleveland Flaindtaitr of Sept. SO, I860.
rldpntlv Wotuwrn's RovAt Qoabto DtcnoRAaT is
not only tht w.- awS tAt aasr tsovei of a ass awar
sua , ana can jpy no pommuiiy uuer ny wupaiwB vi
WBUVTinr . . "V . J s .- - . V
Tromtht'IUtiotlattqfiralVi.,
As to raoiroaciATiost. Wuaeasi aa s ths SrairBAaa
followed bv our beat aathorst In definitions he leaves
nothing to be flerlred. and In OaTaooaansT H Is sufflolent
to say that Woaosnsat aaa be aafviy foil wad.
v , ; . ,., tNOHARI JBBAGO, .......
Publishers, nooksellersJt Stationers,
NO. 191 BUPERIUB BT DLITXLANH, OUlV.y j
aai9 'i...1 v.; '.a v :u i w i
THE'AIUTlTAIj. benefit
LifE INSURANCE COMPANY,
ff.U -ait . yjl, 0f ,j if-.tl L , . :
DIWeJasaiatrit 1181 PaCstt
ASSETS.. 11...-..... .IrSlSvUS SO,
b- stttsoaneat Jtutsutrr l Si, 1 . ;
alsn'c, berstatenienl Jani 1st, lS0e:.,3,406e 99
aaaelvM fo rramtsaaa nr - ,nn to, 1 11. t
. . . . ... r . mt .k
. id ina aaar aoxiv. -. miv.w w ..j .
Beoolred f
tha year
r iuir... vuiiua
1800 ............. tl,t)l " :' x.:
' 1 : 'j:rj i' ".rr. ii
Total receipts for 18G0.:..S77J7 74
Paid Claims by Death.KT.OOO OH ' ' ;; -
Paid Pouole aurrea- it--l
dared 41,111 89
Paid Salaries. Post' -
U 1 '
1 '1
. age.' laxaa, . Ix.- :i - VI I
K .1 J U
. change, ale....... 11,560 64 ( j. (e
Paid Oommlaalona to
I
Arenta 6J.39S 30
Paid Physlelaoe- JS.Uet 75 1
Paid Annultlee 1,317 00 .
Paid Dlvtdend. dor-
' tag tha year ...... 1M,5 73 105,081 St ' 411,078 14
IJI-. H rT' V, 01' , s ! ! .v. i ii - '
Nt Balance Jsaaary 1st, 18ei..........S3U58 30
rt l-.-j - .. ; ASSETS.. . . ...
Cash on hand .' 98,6284 19
Bonds and Mortgage oa Beal
astata, worm doaM the i .i-r
. mant loa&ad..M..MH 8,38741 6d . .
Premium How, t PeHetea ... ,
, In force, onlydrawtogS per ' S
eent. Interest.. ... ...... 1,879, R84 IT -
Real Bataiaa..w..M....(:-aa,BU9 87 , .
LoaaaeaDerlp........-..-.. . 5,tUl 44
course of tranmlsi.ion... ' 45 JU 7S ".- :'
V, toAjaVi.."..,.l..... i,aiajse ss
7,875 Policies la fores, Insuring. 0r4ae,S88
1,433 aetr Polldas have Seen lssa4 Sartag Sa) year.
Aftet a careful alcuuirloa of ths present valas sf the
uwtandtag Polletesof ths Cssapaay, aad hartng tha
neeeeeary sksteand In reeerv thfot, tka IMrMtor
hare declared a Divutnra of 43 per cent, on ths Preml
nm paid at the tabl rate, to all sollcs for Ufa an force,
IswMd prise s January I, mOO.paresli aisnrdlng to ta
VVOMeM -sMlt-etC -4saV9 0MBpsMiy)'-- --- -M-
Rtesr all kinds of Lite ConUnfeneke, Ftvaaeot.
ases, Statements, and ApplteaUon, will b araish4
wmwicuAaa,sAth0miaAgvaela4. Saa Oasa-
Dn1r ,i K-y,0lrT. t . p ATrTTRSO, President. :
" ""- -C L. 0. OaOVBB, V tec ft a dent. v
iBINJ, O.HILLSR, Sesretar. - i , .w , ,
M1 U. K, tySsUA "
'VarcbtS,ieSl. v. ( i i.,-. . . Oolunibe,0.
PJLA1A AND riOltftErJ ' BLACK
, PRESS SILKS, of even grade. - The taoat slt
Jasrtsnaai la tb ally, and ataie4ismabl rate. ,
atO'tf -a .;?! ar,. BAIN At SON. .,
ajwia t- t i'u.'. , .... M ea Ulgh Street, ,
. ''' '' ' '-,'fi'i a." v'l
,
i
,
;
AyerSMSaQarilla
A compound romcdy, deirignea to be the moat
etteatual AUtratito 'that' cim, be mad. 'It ll
tv ooncentratca extract or rar BaraapaTuin,
combined yvlth.pthcif substance oX'tuu
greater aiterauve power to anoru bu cure-
tiro antidota for the diseases .Baraapanlla is
reputed to euro. It is penerco inai men a
remedy i -wanted by tnoae wno iuuer uora
Strumoui coirmlftints. and that one Which will
accomplish their cure must prove Of Immens4
senrice to tnu large class oi our anuvicu ko w
Aituens. .JIpw completely this compound will
do It has boon proven by experiment on many
of the worst 'cases to be found of the following
complaints :-t )...'- ! ,. ' -
1 1 flnuoFULA AND ScaOFulOUS COMPLAINTS,
Vaitwrum. .wn IZnTTBTrvu TllHEaftCa. TJlCEHB.
Soaid Head, Btpiiiits akd Stthiutio -Ar.
UALOIA Ott TlO P0WWITn4TT. DM.
MPSIA AN INBIOESTIOK, EtttSlPELAS, IlOSfi
ymj Rt AxTiinvv's Finn, and indeed the WbOle
clns of eomrjlaints arisintEMn JjlPUtttllf OP
CWSSOl C0mpiauuaarf5Ui au urn
' ',''''.
i Thia comoound will M-xtund a (Treat pro-
moter of health, when .taken in tlie spring, to
htjI tl,. fmil. riumora which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. Bythetime-
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped ia Aha bud. , Multitudes can, by
tlie aiof of thia remody, spare themaelves from
the endurance of foul eruptions ana ulcerous
.i.wuy. ... -y
rid itself of corruptions, if l)Ot assisted to do
.1,:. 41, nntr,1 1,nnni1 nf tVin Vinr!v
rrr:,Y"". -ciZZ
V. , ; ... .
Vitiated blood whenever you find Its impurities
burstinz through tho skin in pimples, eruptions,
ww 6 T 8 ..rr.l -i7
or anroa 5 c pjnna ic Trnen Toia xinu u la ou
fruptnrl anil aluo-triah in tlio veint : cleanse it
wripnovpT it la fovil and vour focllniri will tell
I.?"6;" K- ,i.,!iri2?J.wg,
ivu niM.i. 4,,tu niti.
is felt, peoplo enjoy bettor health, and live
Ionizer, for clcaiumz the blood, neep trie
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
nabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
tnust go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown. .
' SarsaDarilla has. and deserves much, the
renutation of accomnliahinfr these ends. But
the world hajvbeen eereeiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
t . ... - 1 u n.nn.,MI
EeSTJES
VUI tkUlIA kVVAk 4tAIVAW W aay wa-a' w w ""Jf,' -
or anv thins cUe.
Dunns: late years the public have been mia-
lnrl KvlnrM hnttln. nrptpnrUnff to friva ft nuart
v v j (5 . , j o o- i -
01 Extract ot barsaparma lor one aoiiar. aion
Of theso have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, IT any, barsapa
rilln. hut often no curative uronerties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed tha use of the various extracts of
Barsnparilla which flood tho market, untu the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
evnonvmous with imposition and cheat. Still
ti p call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And wo think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
py tho ordinary run or me diseases it is intend
fed to cure." In order to sccuro their complete
(eradication from the system, tho remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle. ,.
. PREPARED DY '
DR. J, C. AVER & CO.
1 . ' LOWELL. MASS.
Price, il per Dottle 1 Six Bottles for $9.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount tho
evidence of ita virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
througtiouc tills section, wo nea not ao mors man
the oeonle it quality is kept up to tho best
it ever ha been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
"Ayer's -Cathartic Fills,
' to it the cuius or
Costivtt,Jauiiilioe, Vytpeptia, Indigestion,
Vyttnttry, Foul Stomach, Eryttpelat, Headache,
Pile. Rheimuttitvi. Eruption and Skin Disease),
Liter ComvlahiC Drovvl. Tetter, Twnor and
Sail Rheum. IFotois. Goaf. Nattakia, as a
Dinner PilL and tor Purifying tht Blood.
. Thev are suirar-eoated. so that tho most sensi
tive can take tuetn pleasantly, and they aro the
best aperient w the world for all ttio purposes of a
family physic.' ...
Price SB cents nor Box ; Five bozos for $1.00.
Great numbora of Ocrevmcn. Physicians. States.
raen, and eminent personages, have lent their
names to certify tho unDarallcled usefulness of these
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Bom three weeks ego,' I took a notion' ona
fine mornlD7 I iwonld tiae oat toward Falls
Cburoh, and see if I eould set aaythlnf of the
secesaloalsts. Aooordlogly, tha horses were
brought bp arid saddled, aud Mies Pieroe, Mr;
Eldridge, and myself started."-Wa rode along
wiibout interruption notil we oame witbio about
a half a mile of the village, when a rebel picket
rode oat from the fields and arrested the gen
tleman (he being somewhat in the rear), and
soon -overtook Miss Pieroe and myself. The
picket told me that I must go with him before
a Confederate officer and report, wbereupoq I
told him' very plainly I should do no suoh a
thing. I told blm I acknowledged ao allegl
aoe to the rebel government, and would never
go ' willingly.' I offered to compromise with
them. I told them if -they would let Miss
Pierce return' home, I- would then accompany
them mjBelf ' After' some deliberation, they
oeepted my terms, and allowed her to return.
i They then sent Mr. Eldridge and myself,
aoder an eSoerl, to Colonel Bluerti of the First
Virginia Regiment, who, I may as well bare
lemark, treated me with all the kindoets la his
powers He le one of nature's aobleoiea, and I
am truly sorry his talents are enlisted apon the
side of the rebels. At Fairfax Court House
they relieved me of my horse, as tbey did my
companion. I have not seen Mr. Eldridge since
we arrived at Fairfax. 1 remained at Fairfax
Court House five days, daring which time I suc
ceeded in ascertaining that there were at least
four regiments stationed there. I met some of
Qeneral Beauregard's staff, and also some of
Uenarai tfonnam's. To all of whom I express
ed my opinion pretty freely upon the subject of
secession, dome ot tbem seemed pleased at
what they termed my "Yankee grit," while
others were for having us all banged. I was
toia oy soma ladies oi r&iriax that our. troops
wbile passing through that place were very re
spectful in their deportment toward the ladies
that remained. 8o you can see that the stories
that the rebels tell about their insulting women
and ohiidren are false. Some of the residences
were very much injured by some of our soldiers,
but I think it wag dme more for mischief then
anything else." -
1 be nun day after my arrest I was eent to
Manassas, Col. Stuart havine tried every means
to have me released, bat without success. We
started about 18 o'clock In the morning, and we
did not arrive at Manassas-until 6 o'clock in the
evening: the distance is abont sixteen' miles
xoa ean nave some idea of the speed with
which thev travel in Vlrclnla. 1 waa iMtmni.
nlcd by Mr. Edward Sajlas.of Cincinnati, who
was arrested at Fairfax after the oattle. lie is
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siitl at Richmond. We passed by the famous
battle-field, and never shall I forget it. The
atmosphere for miles was impregnated with the
nauseous vapors that it seemed impossible to
orealbe, and upon every band rose the huge
graves ot our martyred soldiers, ivben I ar
rived at Manassas, Gen. Johuoton refused to
bear anything I had to say, but ordered me to
be sent to Richmond by the first train. - I was
then scot to the quarters of the Provost Mar
shal, who insulted me shamefully; ' He threat
ened to pot handcuffs on me; I was placed in
room and a guard placed at the door, with or
ders to not let me escape. The next morning
I was sent, forward to Richmond with Captain
Tremain as an escort; he is of the 8th Louisiana
Regiment. lie treated me with kindness, and
did everything in his power to render my situa
tion more pleasant. At every station I was snr
founded by a rabble of men and boys, and I am
sorry to say that sometimes ladles mixed in with
the crowd, who amused me by suggesting that
1 bad better be bong, ana by asking me if
washed and sowed for the soldiers; and by
crowding around me and staring at me as
though T was the famous What is It? at Bar
Hum's. .. . ,i ....
i But, with all my trouble, I arrived al Rich
moud'the same evening, where I was Immedi
ately tarrutinrlrd hy a erowd, composed chiefly
of greasy darkies, who seemed highly pleased.
I was kindly received by trie omcers of the war
Department. ' They, for the first time, inform
ed me why I had been arrested. They said
was suspected of beine a spy, and that1 thev
thought I waa in a dangerous situation. I told
tbem I did not fear them. - They mast treat me
as tbey saw fit: I was prepared for anything.
I was provided with board at a private bouse,
in the family of a Mr Pryor, who treated me
well."- - ' ' ' V ' " ' '
All this time I was obliged to wear my
riding-habit. The Government never provided
me with a thing. ' Tbey often promised me to
gef me everything 1 seeded, bat it never
amounted to anything more than promises. A
few days after my arrival I learned that Col,
Wilcox of the 3d Michigan, and several others,
bad arrived. I waS determined to see them,
poseible. T went to the Surgeon-General, and
told him I was a Northern lady, and that I had
friends there that I would like to see.' ile gave
me permission.'' I saw Capt. Ricketts, and Col,
Wlloox. Major Potter, Capt. Jones, and several
others whose bames I cannot now remember.
They all seemed to1 be doing well.' I know,
from good authority, that our wounded men
are not Very well treated." I tried (but unsuc
cessfully) to see Mr. Ely and Col. Corcoran.
believe they are retained as b natures for Col.
Thomas. Or "the trench .ladv." Richmond
very dull, and there is. a universal oomplalnt
bard times, and a great deal of complaint
against being compelled to fight. Tbey are
drafting all tbe men capable of bearing arms.
ir any of tbe bavaooan prisoners are executed,
they will hang too for every one. . I believe
they will do aa they say. I was liberated and
sent to Norfolk, in company with twenty-three
others. When we arrived at Norfolk, we were
put oh board a steam tug and oonveyed, under
a flag of truce, to tbe United States eteamehip
Minnesota. Our glorious flag never looked
beautiful as when l nrat looked apon It to day.
u, long may it wave o'er the land or the free
enc tbe borne of the brave;" I seed not tell
yoa bow kindly I waa received by Com. String
bam and bis oincers, and also by Uen. Butler,
with whom I dined. -1 am now on board the
steamer Georgians.' bound for Baltimore,
my return to my friends at Washington, where
1 nope to arrive sals aod well.. -
The Mob at Hanger.
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Mr. MaroolluB Emerv. editor of the Bangor
A9moersf. publishes a statement of tbe outrage
upon his paper. In the.Portland Araut. r Being
aireauy apprisea ei tne purpose to attaoa
office, no sayit - 1 i.j .. ' .
1 earned a written notice to be served on
Mayor by two of our prominent and leading
oltlsens, Informing him of tbe fact that
office and property ' were threatened with do
'traction by a mob, And claiming aad demand
ing of blm protection lor tbem. in tbe notice
I tendered him for that purpose the service
able-bodied men to the number of two hundred
The Mayor made neither response per reply
this notice, nor did h otee fs tht litittni by tclum
tht nvtict teas ttrttd, aw fe ate, r to 'aaa tf
rruaets, lAe traet etearsae ar aeiir oewMat '
he would attempt to otee like mttotiem tUimtd
ekmemdtd. I , .-. . t.,
Oa Saturday morning a call appeared in
Whig nndCturier for a "Unloa" Meeting
Norombega Hall, to be holdso that evening, n
waa not present, but an credibly Informed
William H. McCrillis, Representative .to. tb
Legislature from thia city, ' and Cbarlet
Crosby, County Auditor, mad Inflammatory
speeches. Aod here it should be said, to
honor of Henry E. Prentiss, Esq.,' that he
tempted to make a speech opposing the effort
then and' there being made to create a mob
spirit, but 'hi vole waa powerless amidst
tempest of hisses; - The meeting aoeompUshet
the object for which It wa designed by theoi
who Originated it. .-' "".
" Oa Saturday and Sunday Blghta it beoami
evident thai my property was to rood re no pro
teotlon from the major; I took tneb 1 preoera
tlonS a were necessary for Ita seeurlty. To
day I proceeded as vmal Sri Monday to prtn
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ana man my Issue fof, poe week. During tbe
for eo ooo (here were ho Indications, that r..a-
of mob violence. I left my editorial room abont
w go to my dinner, my boarding place be
ing about a half of a mile distant Whn.i
log, the Bre bells' were rung. ' After1 finishing
my meal, I set dat to relurq to! my office: fioou
alter 1 met two gentlemen In a boggy, who in
formed me tht my office had jfist been ackd,
and ell my property thrown" Jmo' the street.-r
Proceeding directly, forward, 'on'comlnf oat of
vvmrai street, i nrst taw tbe WOrE ordestrao
boo, and there, too, I Saw tbe first mob that had
ever met my eye " West Market 8qttareand
surroundings were filled with Dearly two thott
and people.,', . In the middle of the Square was
large firei oo which the multitude were en
gaged .in heaping mftables, stands, cases and
other material., .Tbe Wheelwright and Clark
blocks were, surrounded with the wreck of what
bad, an hour berore,' constituted one of the
largest aad finest printing offices In lbs State.
T I made my way through the crowd to the
stairway, which I found filled with the mob.
They made no resistance to my ascending the
long stairway.'.; I found my office door besieged
by a large number of persons, armed with erow
bars and like implements. As I apprtfsched
the door, they fell back. Whilst feeilog for my
key, one of their leaders, a man who has been
honored with a position on cor city police, de
manded that I should iosteDtly Open tbe door.
then turned ronnd and faced the mob, telling
tbem that that office was rightfully' under my
control, hut that, if they saw fit to resort to vio
lence, they, oould probably, overpower me, I
was unarmed., Before opening the door, I told
them my object was'to secure my account books,
aotee, bills, 'and private papers, and that I
should give them the feeble protection in my
power. I then opened the door aad set about
my business, the mob following me in, selling
Indiscriminately whatever they coald lay their
hands on, and throwing it out of tbe window
into the street. , Tbe work of destruolioo was
soon complete. 1 then left the office, tbe mob
followipg me down stair. As I reaobed the
Sidewalk, there arose the Infuriated cry of the
mob, "Hang; hjm! . Tar and feather himi Kill
pirn; n wa then lelt. fog the first time, how
little there is in tbe tenor and threats sf a
mob for him woo, 1 conscious- of havinn- dla-
charged bi duty to the publio and himself.
The mad crowd were thirsty for the blood of
one who bad been long and incessantly toiling
w save voem irom uie letters that, are being
forged for their free limber Hi works may
yet bear their fruit. - ..v.-
A 1 made my way through the dense crowd,
friend after friend gathered around ma for my
proteotion.; Their word of sympathy lank
deep into my soul, whilst tho demoniac oris
for my blood fell unheeded on mv ears. Bat
one circumstance disturbed my equanimity, and
that waa like tb sting tf sa setter. When I
was eeyona danger and among friends, tbe
mayor, wao,. regardless of ala oath oi office,
would give me no protection for mv Dtooerty.
wbo made no attemotto disoeraa tbe mob. who
did not even order tbe reading of the riot act,
wno aid not even Hit a Soger to preserve tbe
peace of the city, although day and hour be-
lore warned oi me threatened a tuck when i
was beyond danger, he suddenly Conceived an
anxiety lor my personal safety, and suggested
that I bad belter hurry away.
Thus hath the freedom of the press been
stricken down bere in Maine,-not from any pa
triotic impulte, but through the wioked instiga
tion of a band of politicians wbo would will
ingly suovert an law and all order for the mam'
tenance of a mere cartv dogma. ' ' "
. Though aoarcy seems to be coming down
upon our unhappy country like night, ytt do I
not despair. I still believe that there is yet
virtue aud intelligence enough in the people to
maintain tneir liberties and proteot a free press
which is their best guardian. ,,i ,
By this act ot mob violence my all, tbe result
of four years of unremitting toil, has been swept
awayi but J atill have health, strength and
youtn, ana a heart also to struggle on in oe
fense of the people' rights. 14 - '
More of the Battle in Missouri.
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' RolLa, Mo., Aug.'I7. The forces engaged
id the battle of Wilson's Creek, reached their
camping grounds at a point eight mile south
west of bere to-day, where there I an sound
anee bf water and other facilities for came life
Ma Stiifglg assumed command of the armv at
a point thirty mile from Springfield, and ha
since conauciea me retreat,
Tho First Iowa Regiment reached here to
day, and will proceed Immediately to St. Lonis
ana be oisDnded,ibelr term of enlistment bar
ing expired.. The loss of this regiment was 13
killed, Ijl wounded. 56 seriously. 8 mortally.
and 3 mUsing.
Lieutenant Colonel Merritt. eommsndiag the
First Iowa Regiment, reporta offloially that the
enemy brought into tha field 14.000 well armed
and disciplined troops, and 10.000 irregular
troops, while our own force was only obout 5,-
uuu in tne eariy part or tbe engagement and
considerably lea than 4,000 for tbe ooaeiading
pur nonr oi it. , . , . . . .
Captain Emmet McDonald, of asoess eoreas
notoriety, arrived at Major Bturgls' camp this
morning with a flag of trues, ostensibly to ne
gotiate an exobaoge of prisoners and procure
medical stores lor tbe wounded on both sides,
but it is strongly suspected that he U really act
tog at a spy. What action Major Bturgl will
take in the matter ie not known. -. - . . 1 . ' i; ,
Is
of
so
fowDta and Liad m Noara Cabolika. We
learn from the Raleigh Journal that Governor
Clark recently ordered Prof. Emmons on an ex
ploring tour, with a view to ascertain whether
eDj where a supply b! lead and tb essential
element of powder, salted to tbe present exi
gencies oouia oe ooiajneo; ana to result is
most cheering. Professor Emmons reporta that
he la fully .aliened that sooeghxf these mant
tions of war ean be obtained to (boot all the
tyrant in tbe world. In view of this, so satis
factory are the prospects, that a company has
already commenced, or will toon commence tbe
ereotioa of a powder mill at a suitable point In
North Carolina, Gov. Clark, having contracted
tor a large quantity ot powder al a fixed price.
Lou. VouraaL' ,''"!" ""' '. '
i : --i - ' ji - - : I
on
bis
.
tbe
my
of
to
wig
and
.
It Is a disirraoe to the oountry that theRe-
Jublioan press, and many of tbe Repeblmaa
eaders, instead of aiding . the Government to
nut down tbe rebellion, are dsvotlag all tbelr
energies to tb destrootion or the Demooratie
parly and to a series of Indeoaov eight among
tne isoiiona oi tneir own party v iiiay seem to
regard tbe war ss , a mere , opportunity to
atrengthen themselves, and their respective
cliques, which they hope tb aocompllih by Aha
fragments ot tbe Democracy which shall drift
towards them. But their family dissensions are
really a great Obstacle to a anion ef sentiment
losapport or the war. i Tha New York Zwass
attacks the fferaU, tha Htrmld th Wsrad, the
World the TVioaas, aad Ties vsraa, while all of
them thsnder forth sompUiata against th Ad
mints tratiao, or soma manraers ef It, sxd gene
rally leach the people that there la ne each thing
as uolty of sentiment ta the KcDUBtfean ranks.
Ia -view ef these things, what praepeet la there
of harmony In defense of the Union, even
Democrats should fnsswlth tb Republicans at
the fall eleolieasf ' What weald be the fate ol
the poo Deawooral whe ahoald get Into bed he
tf ean Tbarlow, Weed and Horace Greeley t II
is frightful to contemplate such an event.
the
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READriA6E CibTHlIlG
r; No, 08 wTEaS-iWmt,
Ml. ,k'i ,1't," .r-'l,i-,-H
:-ti t.-a ,taTwsaa Vs.Tr aa popAks.) .,',', )'
no i, BAXTuaoRB ba ,
'v"Ji.:i .Vfi.i i.i Hi i ii h tan w,, KJs
A tarn Isswnasot el Pleot sal rttnUklai
,-'6'' ' ;eoo CoMtsntfy, s mBl'- "T?
iatw 4.t.sf sae 'ii.;. 1 flAm"'3 trial
. (.a
if
:
;
r- . , a - I ...ir.tl.l
iaaJi.tTTs 1 LiCaeiJ
10
I Prom ths (rslMAarVw.l
- A all parti aausfactarln Into. f4,i ......
Bgadlepay Mr. Hnwe a lima a aa aaackia nid.
aod are a eeeaasU tosaak --Vm
oath, as to toe number sold, bis books win aMM.
oi ' Bid, hi books givs aemttata-
sntnt. Prom thia reliable aware a ham abulnil tart
ikainiSta
ha tb yew
Of tha
18o,thri
sold, ".-'J'
By Whl at WTlsoa.'i.i..';;
I. M. Singer 4k Oo. ..
" Ororsr at Baker.T...;.....
tUSS
lO.SH
Showing th ala of Whaalr a. sriw- a. a. aij.
tho. of any other Cenpaoy." , ' .
Awarded the hlgfaawt tmtaMl the
United State Pslr of 1U6, IBM and IBM:
U at aa
Ohio State Mr of 1859 ac'lSMi '
i and at nearly aH Sh Coanty Pairs In Sh MttMi J a
. 'P tlte late redaction," an a 1 a en.
(Mfe McA aashln now Mld.aaA bat a triS higher teal
the Interior Jw thread chain etich maehinet, saw
forced apon the market. ' . 7. ., J j ".'
Tha WHBBLBB 4t WrLSOBJ MiCHTWg gaakastha
Lacs: Snow the enlyene which oannee aifld.' U-dl
ls Auxaoa Born Sum of the good, testrtaat ao ride or
thainentht emder.Hde. ' - ?? "JT? .iv
AM maeAinse morremtei S ftart. tend netnetlo
given In their .re, fre of charvi. ' TTtT?! t
M. URABY, 81 High St., Oelaasas. 0.
Wat. SUMNER 4k CO.;
Plka'a Opra Hoaaa. CltWaa4,; 1 1
4c3 SawdamkwOa
STONE'S BAZAAR.
. .- '-.Hut, e" k' ii
N"o. 4 Gfovnne-Bfocka
A. P. STONE & OTf AKRlK 1
A RENOW RECEIVING TITOIB Win
IER GOOD 8, and invite the public to Inspect
uem. no suen stock of Goods ha ever been brought to
this market. Th South, In T ii sun of h aVtesw
ef th grain crop, has not ha able ta sreisbaa th .
n.l in.ntl,. nf vt.V mr.Am ..1 ILU . . , . . W
" '"f b , laoiuaaiioTosa in
Importers to sell them at publle aaotlon., Oarhnyw
(Mr. Stone) being In New Tork at there large sale, took '
a4 van tax. of them, and w aaa and will Mil our good '
hare, at lea than any one who purchased two wk since.
paid for them In New Tork. Oar stock i complete ti
avery department of . .1 ,;, .tLJj ;m .lBl
KLEliANT DRESS BILKS,
UiTUMAN VELOURS, , . .T
BROCHE VALENCIA8, '''
PRINTED MEIN08,
PRINTED C0BURG8, r;
DYED coHuaa.-,
BLACK ALPACAS, - 2 '-: aj
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,"
' P0PLIN9, PRINTS", :
1 ' DELAINES. "
SHAWLS AND CLOAKSI.
! 1 Five ' Thausand Dollars 'WoTttf
; Bought in One Day,
..... .. 1 wf.
e.-f." n ;
-i.ii '. J
fl-xA
I LADIES' FURS,
.! HOSIERY DEPARTMENT;
Men's, Wle aod Children's Under Shirt aad Drawee;
Ladies, Miseet and Children' Hosiery of all kinds, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool: Ptesc LLnad and " " " '
of every mak. ,
, ' ' , 11M.1 r..i t
i - ALSO J r ..
A eemplcto assortment of all the usual varie
ties of '..
LADIES' CLOTHS, ''T -"" "
CASSIMERES, "'Vi l-r.i-!
. OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDSa.
FLANNELS,
! RIBBONS,' "'
j ' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio Band-' "
1 kerchiefii, AeY Ae. ;';;- M
! To persons who eaUon as, w pledge or words U
tbow Ura Um largset, bert and ukaaput ssnk t Bood 1
ever aeon hi this market, or pay tboaa oa dollar per ,
boar whil looking. "I
! dwl-dlyStawltw. . . STONBAO'HABBA,.
NEW
ARRIVALS
OjF ' ' - .. -J ui
1
, !...;:!
Spring
&
Summer
Millineryj'j
The Gtoolc IloplsjnlaheKt' J "
FROST LATESJT IMPORTATION ft
NEW T01K:-1l,!lbM
U t ICV-1J())S
I l..a
MT ffTOCK OP
ii'-Oiu n lu
Spring & Summer Millinery
1
Is now complete, comprlsl every variety of1 atltia-1'
ry; at, a Urn assortment of lHabroidrrletK Hoaterf
and Motions, 4be aad la swnHMtaandl sttoas SB aaa
net fall to salt all who may or as alaaeeaU. Ta
wads have bees ssaght St Put ptssi sad sjlll sjsVt
atsmaladvanconeoxt."",' -ei
"r : ' ' ' nf t T.T. T sTU V'
Mis K. E. T00N0, late of Naw'orkfta
e
will sopariatsnd th Mllllnsry Pevartaant, . Her ieeg
aavvnanoo uu ui aaoe jaauoxwoie asminisnmxst ui
Broadway wnt alone be a warraaty that ah wUrb sol
to give entire MMactJor, to f SsatlMo1
ymvr hcwllhtjrdre.-- : j-rfi ...;:?.
. Tb Udlss ef Oolamkos and vMnltr wllf, atatea at
ospt my ior thask for their liberal patronage, aid
t would respeetfulgr 10 licit a eoaUauanos of th ame;
Tw t-I' 'rwT'ia'wwa
" '-"A.;,,! VWi-llUI,.,,,.,!
Al. : A.D VV aCAOJJU, ,
E-" T""l J!f jalw-a,fa
E. M. WIILIAMS & C6
Tront Street, Between State aadTjJwni
TUB OLD OAaBIAsh Wwi
SHOP la.Ull raaatng. aad althMgh Of tl-
th preaureof late year Viae eel heavily
apaa her raanhf geare, en a arIM sure- '.'"""I
ng out those sslendUl PHJtTONS, BOOIAWATS.anl
PRINOB ALBERT'S SHlfTINtf TOPS and NOTOP
BUQOIBS. OAllBIA0BS,'-BXrRS, AKBLItTON,
DEMOCRAT and OROOBRT WAttONft TtsthLl OMNI
BCBBS and HAOBS.' twenty yeas steady jsi
SreughreaandW. 'iWS't
W teeretaredeeaaa nixaiwtoSThsare
la regard to tb eoallty ef our work.. Wei
i WAaa.rr
vxar vanicta. W aaa Mil a
eixttoesso.; -- a..t.,
' Dealm can be furnished with aneaoant of Srerk Al
short so!, and at arts sue, Baa caa a SM(ttxaf
wherein th Wt. Beoowl head kuxlwi tajraa ift la
ehansje for aew work.'' . . t . ,. , ,,.kTrvs3
. ILrBaroiring doa neatky sad St JsstvrtaxM
lory on Proat, between Bote sad Iowa street. 01
ate aod Iowa tret Oelaat-
- -' -.iOw vm )jj i.i
buiOblo.
ltTAII MBS
Aug. 31 wl
aaslcattoas will reo.lv prompt atteattea.
a. M. WILLIAMS a oo '
STiaNE 0RimMAtw.J.K. . iar tj wwirrshtois
4 ' ; 8. eV H.T. CHITTEKDCfr" "
8-. ATTORNITS AT LAW anloltTsa
' 117 Offldia, ttO Broadway! BtWiTerk-rjiky,-
Paaaoas Soilsims, Colambn, SMdow m: a A tdt 4
gyOarefalatteatio aa a OslltsMsaa.
' aprH8iasl i:. , -Hid l.iii.: js'.J siT Ci
E A O LB BR ASS . W ai-ktS,
. -f 3i's ceroer RprlBgr t iTaWPsntf., .(to,'l
oolvLrxxVLEt. roikie.
- " " l.,.. i '. m iitiitn
W. i D. ' P0TT3-1 & CSX,
tad Maaufactdrere of Praia and Utwpolltl'caaUbis .
iv....h, gtataaed area Ware. of all lMsrlf tio, -eooa
fcbf'ei-diy': l -' J i" wtjoi
I ..V W
t u;i i.oiU" JJ !
)b tet
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