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i , MANYPENNY & MILLER. 'X
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apnea, In th. Trl-Weekl7.iiint;h.:i ,,,,acn w"
Wnakl. v.neuirom.
ifiwSL Jinn!." ttt t 1 ?!tu
t rwuww iweu. except tot i dnIUirio4.
BUSINESS CARDS;
FINE
&OHITTENDEN,
COSELLOKS, AT; LAW,.;
so
VVtll Street.
(Offlcei f oily JaJg,)
new.yobk;;
ton Vo-- ' . '
'Ja0nMmA,fcf'N- - 8opc)r Court 'VVf
Attorney and Counsellor nt Law,
, , NOTARY
PUBLIC,
VW0H Ho.
UOtlMtlnn,
" w "wwr msiten
SS-.r."1,,,r" Pro,P7 ended to.
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0t of Phalon' JitUblbjbBent, K.'T. J ' va
-r puopuiETon op inn new vnttK
. South High St., pyer Bala's store.
ftEf1 Chl,rB' Ba,r to h fce.t
plJdly J
, i
, GAL T H O U S E,
No. 178 North High Street,
-;C0iB'0HI0."
T. mod'ert,.to mil th tioei.
MATIdWAL HOTEL'
UWI0N DXPOT,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
TBRM3..
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0NB DQLLAB PJJE DAT.
F. A. B. SDOiiira '
Attorney at Law
,,v, r AND NOTARY, PUBLIC.
OffloAmboi i Building, op'poiit.' Capitol ,ure.
. " ' "" ' V COMJMB08, OfilO,
a- os33on.Kraa,
Attorney & Counsbllor at Law,
. MARION, OHIO.. r'
M. C.
LILLEY -
"BOOK"
And Blank-Book Manu&aturer,
"" HORTTt BTnn ii'unn
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OOLpKBUI, osio
V J A OLE . BRASS WORKS,
" " " u.oi OK.,
t, Olilo.
w: b. potto &-bo;,
. and Manuhotureri of Brua and Oonpodtloa OaaUng
a-" ii ieaonpuoQa.
I
:6 '
Colnmbns Wholesale Liquor Store
v'i LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
.MERCHANTS, '
IUP0BTBBS AND DBAttBg IS T
j foreign and Domestic Winei, Brandiei,
rr invTr.!l wv -iu.tko. ALB0, ':' t1 j
RTMoONCAliELA 4 B0URB6N
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WHISKY.
WABIH0U6E AKDbntQV'.m BQPIH niOH ST.,
..- i 1.9 r i-i C0LUMBU81 rOItI0i4W ul
II. RESTIEAUX,
f:
(BO00KB80R TO McBJEl RI8THACX)'
No. 1 '06, ; South ' HighiStreet,
OoXjXJIVXXXXJO,
CROCEITIES, PRODUCE
:,;.eV; provisions
.. ...i:M-n !,"
Toreign and 'Domestic rruita, -
.l Aj.aaaaiMA.A.1 j
;
WOKOESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
Th -Latest-The Largeit-The Beet.
. uo ineapesi ueoause tne Beit, ,
I1TI.. m ...
tborlty ottbo EiiglltbLaiiffuage.Tt
e aimtr nlfwn 2ucaori of Ohio
BI8T . INQLIBn DICTIONARY 1ITANT
rary Men'8vtrywhri
VHo an nninrila kt . n...-i n. i m .
IiiS7hi?.Uii;? """'"W, nd derlntlon, teth;
Ktbefor the ej.'"
(MnalnnaU Oommtraial.
StadtUPtcUhn of tU Vtmbtrt of tto OUoBUUt
hi, 5l(nidmembri of the Ohio BUU Teftchan'
"WHUOn. UOTll ABd Aim In Ma Im i.kl ttl
w;.p. '.lnfi' ln? o"nogph and pronunoi.tlon of
iii.il yuano utstionary. and w mott c
of ,nglUl1 langi a now written and
' loam Axnanra.
; Q?,' BuPef"tndent Zaneavllle Bohooli,
u T ' BaP aiawlloa Union School.
n-.0oWI"alr ?UP'' Pobl,1 BchooU, Bandtuky.
a lig CTCIIUVIB, UinilVTIII..
SiMfoRD, Principal C foreland fmal Bemlna'
WM. Hlrnt-, 0.l. n..vu. 0.1...1.
r ""K uwiw duiuvii, v. union.
Joaa OaotM, frlnolpal Btata Normal School, Minn
t.,0 No. Principal Fourth Intermediate Bchool
' H. B. Martim, Bopt Canton Union Bchoola. '
5.M Prof. UttheauKoa, Ohio Cnlv.nltr
r. nl, TV . kdvaBIM. Hnn'l Tm nninn fl.k.i
A T r - " ' WU1VU BUIWH
Honuci. Princiual Waat lll.k m
I - . r ' --"dm wuvvi, vwi.
fl. A
. Noivroi?, Am oc late Principal Hlgn Bchool, Clere
land
Thiodoki Btirlixb,
Principal High Behoof, Oleve
land. .
n. F. HomrroN. Prlncin.l fllmUnl Tnatitni.
A flAarina, Praildent of Elects Inititut. HI
W. Tj. TTa.IU. Trnr- f nhnfat AV. 1. ITT I
nnl.ll. ' vniv no.ioj.u
oh?' H" BA,l,rr -0mmlaloner of Common 8chool),
JTaub Momoi, Prof. Bhetorlo, Oberlln Oolleve.
Tao.HttL, Preildent Antloch Oollefre.
Irhnnl Tl.... """"""I "
u. TV. 1 11. ll.THDl -t Pmf. U . m-k
B. U
CaoMaaoBB,, Prof. LangnagvHIgh Bobool,
Darton.
0. 11. Barii, Bup't Union Bchoola. A.hUnd
turn. r-t. "T"-: :?'"rrr
"--l wori ana jJUttngvWMa Jtauoa
PRESIDENTS OK COLLEGES IN OHIO
MABIBTr-A OOLLlaa "'Tt f. Iml n. ,!....
an honor to the inthnr. th. nnhii.rif .nn h. k7I
Ti " "
rraiaeni Anarawa.
UOI0 WBLITAM nnrnuiTf ... Tt .4 . ....
tlon.. It Will h. mi mlilA In n.lhn.Mnk. ..J
uiun,n, ui win orten be coneulted 01 me for It neat
, , , , - O - " T " "I"1 J .114 L.IUUUU'
-w-niio ucuniuoni."' rrenuent Thompaon.
trTl.-. EcLlCT,c Oouaxw. "Heretofore we har ned
f orthography. At a recent meeting of our
raeulty, waa decided to change It to conform to that
n.Hi yi00' er Ko'1 lurt0 iefonary."-Preildent
TT K ITER If KEinve Coll.l!l.T 11.4 It ..k.
anrHlAl nn,.i..i.K Tt n ,jt . r,. . .
- "I'r.vvBMUU. f 1H1UTUI AHlCDOOCa '
Omsuh CoLLtoi. "It more than meet mir expeota'
uon. 1 reoommend It n. (h. .l.n.l.wl .nih.ifi.
j-..v.j.j hi cnuureu ana. my..pupiia." freaident
AirrtOCI CoLLI.-'T i1mtt T,A aim A n I.
Ing. writing and (peaking, th orthography and pronun
claUon of Woroejter'a Boyal Quarto , PicUonary."
riniUTDl mil. ' . t i
"In all mT Writlnr. tnnkW anil laaohlna. T h. .. ....
deavored to oonterm to th rale for orthography and
HivuiiiUHugnuninuinnin VY n WW U. I-' lllntlnnanr
Horac Minn, lata Preaident.
XarroR C0ucaa.a4.1um "I
mona um tht moit relUblo aUndard wthority of the
loglUh UnguagftM It li now written nd ipokn.,
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS-'oF OHIO
from Stv. Anton Smyth, Oommittiontr of Common
. ,. 0ckkm t n uruo.
"Th Diotion.n li en ImMriihahla nnnnmTint In lh
learning and Induitry of Ita author, and an honor to the
wuiiu 01 lenen. -in. mecnanical execution la rar aupe
rlor to that of anT other Lexicon with which T am an.
quainiaa." .. . v -
From Son.' B. B. Sarntif, Bt-OommUtUmef
SouoU in Ohio.
0
"The meet reliable atandard authority of
g'uage."
WHAT TBI
th lan-
LetMUng NewBjpeperti of Ohio Say.
a from ih Ctodani Berqld of Karth 88,
The orthography of tha Woreeiter Dictionary la that
ute by most. If not all, author of distinction In thii
country and JCngland, and conform! to the general mage
of ordinary writer and pakera.
Whaterer prejudice may bar ezlited prerioutly, a
careful itudy of thlt rolume will Inrartably bo followed
by a warm appreciation of lta great merits, and a deilra
10 aaa 11 10 in wen aeiectoa norary, be it large or tmall,
iiusuormry iniueu, ana win remaut an .Imperii n
ble reoord of the learning of lta compiler. ,
Jrom On OtaobinaH Commoroial of April 20.
Hera are upward of hundred thouaand word good,
bad and indifferent wboae multlfarioua meaning and
derlTatloui, together with their correct tpelling and pro
nunciation, are tet clearly before the eye. The work it
unquestionably the greateit Thraaunuof English Words
CTer puDiianea.
Jrom tK Cl&tdand Flaindtaler of Sept. SO, 1860.
ETidently Woactam' Rotai. Quarto Diotioxart it
not only tm mm. out Me bist work of tat ktna ever is-
sued, and can by no possibility suffer by comparison or
eontroTersy. ,
As to raoHtmouTioH, WoRcisna is th Standard
followed by our nest authors; ft definitions he leaves
nothing to be desired, and In Orthooratht It la sufficient
to say that Woscbsti oan be safely followed.
1 ' INOIIARX V BKAOG,
Pnbllahera, Bookaellera & Stationer
NO. 101 BTJPBBIOB ST., CLBTBLAND, OHIO,
mai '- '
, THE MUTUAL, BENEFIT .
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
.'a
iaTo-wAiris., 3sr. j- j
Dlrldona Jannarr 1 1S6 1 45 For Cut
ABBXTB
2,813,356 50.
i8eis :
Statement January
Balaneo, per statement Jan. 1st JfiSO..
.3,408,582 SB
Beoelted for Premiums dur-
ins tha sear lStO amosa S5
Becelred for Interest during
tha feat 1B80....... 214, ou IB
Total reeelDt for 18C0....tU77.u07 74
Paid Claims by Deth,867,O50 00
raid roiicies inrren-
dered ,m.. 41.111 SB . - '
Paid Balariea, Post
age, laxes, jcz-
chinre. ete 3l.ffi0 54
Paid Commission to- - - s": '
Aircnts. ...... (1.S2S SO ' - 'r- '
Paid Physicians' fees. 5,0 75
Paid Annultiee 1.517 00
Paid Dividends dur
ing tha sear ....,'.168,300 75 565,031 63,
411,876 14
Net Balance January 1st, 1661 13,812,558 50
A8BBT8.
Oaih en hind..... "' $,03Bi IB .- '.
Bonds and Mortgages on Beal -- - - ? - r
jusuta, wortn uouoie in
amount loaned" 2.327.841 08
Premium Notes, oh Pollciea , - - !
In force, only drawing 0 per
sent. Interest. 1.270.864 17
Beal Estate 90.893 27
Loans on Scrip 5,03141
Premlums.liotesaDdCssh, In . .
coarse I tnuumUsion,,..: , .. 45,343 75 u ,
' TotaT Assefai; i iNi ... i, ..... .... 3.Bl2,59 jo
TifiTS Pollclet in fbroa; tnNrUg.;....$80i4S0,538
1,435 new Policies hare been Issued during the year. .
After a careful ealculatloB of the present Talus of the
outstanding Policies of the Company, and hiring the
ntotuary amount la teserre therefor, the Directors
hire ileclarod a Dittsskd of 45 per cent, on the Premi
ums paid at the tabl rates, to all policies for life In force,
Issued prior to January 1, 1860, payable according to the
present rule of the Company.
Bates for all kinds of Life Contingencies, Prospect
Ms, Statements, and Applications, will be furnished
without ctuRoa, at th Office or Agenda of th Com
pny. z- - v'" " .
4 . B0BT. L. PATTERSON, President.
. ,-h. 0. fl ROVER, Vise President, ,
SBNJ. 0. MltiLBU, Seonlary. . - ,
. r , : , II, M, If lit-Sim, AQmi,
M '. f . . . ). A J-hllKlTi Ulnck.
V
KuohSB, 1861.
V.JV
Ooluinbua, 0.
PLAIN AND rifiCREB BUCK
DBBBB BILK8 of t . -Try gradev. Tht most select
assortment la lb city, and at MatiMMnabia rate.
BAIN at SON,
aprlB Nc-HBessihiiireo ,
X
: -.Correspondence
1861. 1862.
Winter Arrangement—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
AND
CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
Connecting it Crestline with the PITTSBUBOII, FT
WAIHJ 0HI0ACK) BAILBOAD
tor j-tuaburg, FhadOpMa and Mainmort. Alto
for Fort Wayn and Chicago- '
Connecting at Olereland with the LAKI BROBfl BAIL
B0 AD
For Uuukirk, Onffalo, Albanr. Bos
ton, and New York.
TWO TRAINS DAILY,
EXCEPT SUNDAY,
, From Columbus, in eonnecUon with Trains on th
1vI1IA,K FUAIT1I AND COI.ljmRITis
unvAElluiiaiLltOADII,
t ,-. . , IIBST TBAIS. .;,'
NirjHT BIPBE3B Leirn Onlnmhn. .t Ian A. ar
win iMT passengers at all itsUana. unn at n.i.a.n.
CardlBgton, Ollesd, Gallon, and at all stations North of
Uiliou, end at all other stations upon signal, arrlrlog at
--hMF" A- M., New York 13 Id'., Boston
SECOND TBAIN.
NBW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 3:15 P.
.. win leave DiAin.ara at .11 . r.i in... nM..i.t.
Bochester, Columbia and Olmsted being Flag stations,
this train will not stop for pasiengers except upon III
S ,A"'TtS,lland8:30P. M., Dunkirk 3 A. M.,
Bulilo 4:35 A. M, Albany 4:15 P. M., New York 9:50
avilVU Aa .U A Bl
' CONNECTIONS.'
At Crestline with Pltiahnrah nr.... ..Am., .
Rallm.rf .. DU.-k-TL ..J".' uuwuio.ru
...viU, A-uuiaeipnia ana Baltimore
Also for Chicaco
A t Bhelby, with Sandusky, Manifleld and Newark Bali
road, for all poind on lhatrold. Alio for Toledo.
At Grafton, with m.vaianrf .. ip.i.. s.,, j
. rt. . u HHU .HKUV MMI1TU.U IWT
auibuu WOU a.aic.go. ' .
At OloTClind. With Tata Hfinna R.II...4 w.i.
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Nw York and Boston.
Patent Bleeping- Can are run on all
Aignt xraini to Chicago, New
York and Boston.
Baggaga Chtdai Through to UMo Tori and Botton
91iit I 'J amalmml t a4 Din it .
Una lorttta OrttUino.
RETURNING.
Night Express arrlres at Columbus at.. .1:30 A. U.
Cincinnati Express arrirea at Columbus at 1:30 P. M.
rare aa l ew ti by anr other Hoate.
Atk for TiekeU via Crtttlintor Cleveland.
E. 8. FLINT,
superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTEB80N, Agent,
Columbus, NOT 16, 1861. - : lo.
CANADIAN ft UNITED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
TO AND I-HOjn
OND0NDERRY, GLASGOW.
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
' and
The Montre.1 OoMn Hteunnhlu flnmnanv'a SmIUh
full.powei-edOlyde-bullt Steamera ssil even Nat.
rdav from PORTLAND, earrvin.th. OaniMl.n anA
United States Mall and passengers,
NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMERICAN,
BOnEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, NOYA800TIAN.
SUttt tett, Cbeapeat and4)ulckcst Con
Tfrauce iroin
AMESICA TO ALL FASTS OF ETJfUOPX.
Rate ot Passage to KuroTpe,
930, $66, 880.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL everr Wniimuiiav.
and from QUE BH0 every Saturday, esllingat
LONDONDERRY, to receiTe on board and land Mails and
rassengers, 10 ana rrom Ireland and Scotland.
irTTbeie Steamera are built of iron. In watsr-Uirht
compartments, carry ach an experlenosd Surgeon, and
rei7 aiuinnon u pun to we comrort and accommoda
tion or passengers. Aa tney proceed direct to LONDON
DKRY, tkoiioat risk and delay of calling at St. John's
QlsiKOW passengers are furnished with ran
tloketa to and from Londonderry.
tteturn ucaeis granted at reduoed rates.
Certificates Issued for camlnt to and hrlniHni ont nu.
tengers from ail the principal towna of Oreat Britain and
Irelitnd, at reduced rates, by this lino of steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON LINE Of BAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week.
Slgbt Draft- for and upward pay-
aawav au CIIKIWIIU, ireiiuau, SCO I-
-. h luud or Wales.
ir nasMjre. aonlv at the Office, an RRiitn.
WAY. New York, and in WATKsa ST..
Liverpool, t ;
BABKl SEABLirttaneraJ igenti,
Or to J. R. ARMSTRONG.
nolO-lydfcw Post Offlos, Oolumbus. Ohio.
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
GUERNSEY'S BALM
OCITIOVES A N H PKF.VF.NTa a n.
flammatlon and nain. and heal. th. wnra an
scald, bruise, out or fresh wound of any kind, prevents
swelling and pain from, bee stings, mosquito bites, and
uvunrauu. uiauui, neuralgia., rneumanun, ague in the
brent, aalt rheum, etc. When taken Internally, It will
positively cure croup In children, and give Immediate
relief in th worst case of this terrible complaint! also,
removes hoarseness and sore Xhroat. Price, 85 ceats
bottle. Should be In ere tj house. - For sale by Drae
gists and Storekeepers. IRVIN STONE,
sole rroprtetor, M Bprucest .New York
ootid lyi . , -;
No real Jtutlce can be dona the abov. nrenantlnn.
but by procuring and reading descripUv pamphlU4
louna wim .11 ueaiera, or will oe sent by Proprietor
demand, formula, and Trial Bottle. a.nt la Phvai
elans, who will And development In both worthy tholi
aoceptanos and approval.
sclkited from all who necesiltie 01
ourioilty prompts to a trial of the abov. reliabi. Ren,.
dlea. ,, , ,. , . . ,. , .,, - . ..
For aal by the usual wholesale and retail dealer
everywhere,. .)it . .. -,, , , ,
JOHN L
IldlNEIfBLLi Proprleto
v CHEMIST 4ND PHARMAOE0TI8T,
Ho. Commercial Wharf, Bottoa. Kasa.
Roberts as Samuel. N. B. Mamie. J. R. flank. J ' M
Denig, Q. Denlg tt Bona, A. J. Schueller at Bon, AgenU
Oolumbus, Ublo. : , . - myl-dly
'Baltimore: Clothing Honse.,
MAIIorACTtlBSSlS AKD 9UOtULI DIAUBB Dl ,
... . V1 ' ' -'. r 1 I., .
READY-MADE CLOTHING;
No. 308 W. Bdtimore-streot,
.., -ni (arrwuji umrtt ahd BowAKn, . -,
Largo iiiorbnout 6i Pltoo ... funis-toft
(foods Oonat-ntlv on Hand v - '
ladies' linen Pooket-Handk'fiJ
TEfflMEDSTITOHEDI.INEN HAND
a Kercuiers, very wide bems.
Bmbroldered Linen Handk'f all prices
Hemmed Btitched and plain do. do.
(
do , da oolored borders.
Mounrle da ) black bordera . 4
" uv BTW IITIIfnullUlrlllll. T
I'lrva. inniada ...
Mliaeif Plain and Hemmed Stitched An .11 na.
Comprising tha moit select assortment In tha city and
I Sa. 89 South Hl.h BtiwM.
B
UflUKISi HIBHOHI TABS. INS
- BuOHEB, W sty Is, last opansd or u" ' I
BALM s. SON;
sprllS t f - v. Eo. 89 Boath High stnetBJ
;
Winter Arrangement.
Winter Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapollai
aa... ,-v-..V5i, 1 ' V.
Through to IndlajutDoili without Change of Ctrl,
and but Ono Chango of Cart betwoon
Columbus tod St. Loulavw 1 .
On and Af tor Mondar, Novsm'bar
11, 1861.
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
, FIRST TRAIN. "o V.
, r .
NIOHT EXPBEBB, Tla Dsyton, at 2 a. m., stopping
at London, Xenia. Dayton, Mlddletown and Hamilton,
arriving at OlooinnaU at 7:40 a. m. 1 and at Dayton at
5:05 a.m. I oonneetlng at Cincinnati for Louiartlla, Tin.
cennes, St. Louis, end all point Southwest; arriving
at St. Louis at 11:30 p. m ) connecting at Dsyton for
luuiiuipous, laiayeiw, xerra aaute, unieago, and all
points rrii arriving at inaianapoiia at 10:40 a. aa
SECOND TRAIN. . ; '
ACCOMMODATION at 5:80 a. u., stopping at all sta
tions beiween Oolumbus, Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 1033 a. m., and at Darton at
6:38 a. m.i connecUcg at Cincinnati wlh Hall Una
Steamboats for Louisville, and at Daytao tor Indiana-
VIVSBUU1S1TSS1I N ( - -
THI1D TRAIN.
IXPBES8 at 1:55 p. u., stopping at Jefferson, Lon-
uod, uwrieswu, auoia, uorwin, ttorrow, Bo. Lebanon,
Foattrsr LonUnd and Mllford, arriving at Cincinnati
at 6:45 p. m., at Dayton at ft p. m. ; connecting at Olo
with the Ohio and MIuIaiIddI Train for Lanimlla. Vl.
cnResSt. Louis, etc, eto., arriving at St. Louis at
10:45 a. m.; oonneetlng at Dayton for Indlsnspolls, La-
uiy..i, A.riw n.uw, vnieagoana au points west.
FOURTH TRAIN.
MAIL at 4 p. m.. stonnlnc at all stxtlons betwe.n
Oolumbus and Cincinnati; arriving at Cincinnati at 8:25
p. ro.
TTT tor further Information and Thromh Tickets.
ppv 10 m. jj. uuiiiiiii, xicaeiAgeni. union vepot,
Oolumbus.
P. W. STBADEB,
General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
JNO. W..D0HBBTY,
. .Agent, Columbus,
B.W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Columbus, Nor. 10, 1B61.
1861.
1861. EAST.
UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD,
UNITED.
CONNECTING AT PITIBBUBGH WITH THE
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
0FMR THE
Sliorteat, Qnltkeat and Bloat Dealra
Die ho ate to ail itaetern Cities.
Trains Leave Columbus as follows:
VIA lILtAIRt.
VTA aTSBBimriLLX.
ITIornlnsr
3:10 P. M. '
Ezprea.
past lira.
4:00 A. M; B 35 P.M.
4:00 A. M.
. ASRITB at BIU.AIRI
8:40 1. M. .
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8:45 A.M. 4:10 P.M. 10.00 P.M.
10:40 A. M.
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Ataiva at aABRinuao)
1:00 P.M.- . 3:10 A M.
3:10 A. M.
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Ajtarva at baltimori
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MEW TORK VIA AUEXTOWM, N. T.
:i:C0A.M. 8:50P.M. 11:00A.M. 5:00P.M.
via rniuADiLraiA
10:15 P. M. 1:45 P. U.
1:45 P. M.
815 P. lt-
via aixhttowk. .
Passengers by this Una reach New York in advance of
any Northern route. 1
13:35 P. M. train Is tha only one from Oolumbua at
this hour, and the only train by which psasengera can
reach Baltimore or Washington tha following day, and
arrive In Philadelphia or New York before dark.
inrsieeplng cars on all night trains.
Tbe Only Ronte front Columbne to
Baltimore, Pbiiadeipnla or
-.; - . Now York .-,..,.
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS.
This train also conneotsat Bellalra wlttTth Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad.
ITJThls route Is 30 MILES 8H0RTEB to FltUburgb
anTmore than 100 MILES BUORTER to New York,
than Northern lines.
ST Baggage Uhecked Through to all im
portant points East.
ID" Ask for Tickets via Bcllairo or Stou-
benville.
H7 Tickets Good over either Route.
JOHN W. BROWN,
General Ticket Agent Central Ohio B. B.
IBA A. HUTCHINSON,
General Ticket Agent Bteubenvllle Short Lin.
Columbus, Nov. 88, ltftil. . , . , "
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REMOVAL,;
mium a mnwix,
;,.'W'. .. AEAt-EHilN .'
Groceries,
v. Produce, jiB
" ,v. . .v .. Proviaions,
"Foreign and Domestaa Liquors,
Fruits, eto. etc., ', -,"
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HAS BEM0YED HI8 BT0BB FB0M ; a ' -NO.
34, NORTH HIGH STREET,'
' . v--:ii-t4' j 3.V
'No 106, South ;HigK Street
The old stand reoently occupied by.WM. McDONALD:
. ; . 11 , ; i
' He Is In dally receipt of x f '
NEW AND FRESH COODS'
,:--3--'-". '.Which be will sail 1V """"''i'
Cheap for 'Caen or Country Prodnco.
Cj Ocsdt delivered to City trade free of eharge.aQI
xcriiiinriaL- -j.. rGUll
AGRICULTURAL WAHEH0US1.
And Seed Store,
1
maub m
GENERAL HARDVAREr
NAJX8, OLABfl, BABO, PmT. OOBSAai, ', ;
nne, rietola, Trooddfc-WIUowf "WRre,
sthsraad Baltiar aJUof , lew lMCkr
Boae and
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ebi-dip
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T 1 1 V I
Ally, per year, i.i ..'as no
Tri Wwkly.pervear.. ............ g no '
Woakly, paryaar.4M.aa. -too
TOO LATE.
BY MISS MULOCH.
' 1 1 7"'', f . - .; ..-,.
jlnth midst olafl thU we are startled by a lyric M
basutlful and pwlonat that it might bar b..a wrtttsn
by Burnahimaeir. - nra is sot a poem la the laugusge
mI. ... r 7"" aa aentiment tnsn
thlt; the slmpllelly, beauty, tntmee wuiloa and wet-
ST ' W ra Inexpnsiibl. It It on of
v.. vmi.u, gem. m our languag. vritie.
. - ''Could y com back to me. Douglis, Douglss.
In tb old likeness that I knew,
, I would be so faithful, so loving. Douglas, .
"- . Douglaa, Doaglas, tender and true.
"Narar a scornful ward should grieve ye,
'Id smile 00 ya sweet as th angels do,
Bweet as your smile on ma ahon over,
, Douglas, Douglas, tender and true.
i. . 0hl to call back the days that are noil
. . - My eyea were blinded, your words wsra few!
Do you kaow th troth now up la heaven,
- Doug Irs, Douglas, tender and trul
"1 never was worthy of you, Douglas;
Not half worthy tha Ilk of you;
- ' Row all men beside seem to me like ohadows-r :
I love you, Douglas, tender and true.
"dtretch out your hand to ma, Douglaa, Douglas,
, map lorgirsnees irom neaven use dew,
' Aa I lay my hand oa your dead heart, Douglas,
Douglaa, Douglis, tender and tree.
"
i-.uvt
TAKEN BY THE PIRATES.
A HONEYMOON EXPERIENCE.
The following letter Is from a youog Scotch
man, woo married a wire, and set Bail from
New York early la October for Cardenas;
the resael was taken by rebel piratical
craft, sod the party bad the pleasure of a
visit to Charleston- The narrative runs as
follows:
SUl
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MATANZAS, Nov. 11, 1861.
We sailed from Now York on board tbe brig
uetsy Ames, on uoc. am. in all we were six
passengers, beside Mm. Butlett, tbe wife of tbe
Captain. We were bound for Cardenas, and all
went well until tbe morning or tbe 17th tilt.,
when we observed a schooner making right for
us. There was nothing swplcious about ber at
first sight, but about 9 A. M , she fired at us,
her snot falling abort abjut a quarter of a mile.
Captain Bartlett then ordered all sail to be
made, but the breczt shortlv after died away.
and the now suspioious schooner made upon us,
ana urea another snot, wnicn also leu a little
short of our vessel. A third shot was fired, bnt
we could not see In wbat direction it went -
They fired fourth shot, which passed olose
alongside our brig. ' This latter result oaused
our Captain to take in sail and jog along more
leisurely, mi tbe scboouer made up tj us about
twelve o'clock; M. Still, we could not tell
wbat tbe little craft was, as she bad no color
flying.
wneu she came up to us tbe Uaptain or tbe
schooner ordered our Captain to take one of bis
boats and come on board with his papers, to
which be responded, "My boats are unfit for
service." Tbe Captain of tbe schooner then
said, "I will come on board your brig, then,"
which he Immediately did. He oame in bis
own boat with an effloer and four men, when
the Captaia and his offioer went down Into
the cabin with - our Captain, and took pos
session of all his papers, then told him that he
was a. prisoner ot tbe Confederate States of
Amerloa.
While the officers were in the cabin, the men
who were left In tbe boat sorans on deck and
into the forehold, from which they took two
barrels of potatoes, about two dosen cabbages,
and a 0011 ot rope, and put tbem into tbeir boat
When the offioers came up on deck again,
they ordered our crew to tbe boat, and tbeooe to
the privateer, which proved to be the Flying
oally, ot Charleston, 00 Doard ot which there
were about sixty men and two plvot-gons. : In
a short time a prise crow was sent on board,
and as our captain had bis wife, tbey did not
transfer mm.
;Tne prize crew were seven In all. The mas
ter was an old cooper, uamed Joseph Tuliy,
who used to Cooper both at Matanzas and Car
denas. He evidently knew nothing of seaman
ship. 1 '
About A o'oiock we parted wiin the pirate
schooner, and nothing particular ocourred un
til the 34lh, at daybreak, when we made land,
but did not know, where we were. Some of the
crew said we were north of Charleston; but, as
turned out, we were south of North Edisto,
where we ran aground and lost our false keel,
but got off agaiu, and went to sea. On the
following diy we saw no land, and on tbe even
ern
and
the
of
no
glad
that
is
en
puse.
ty
tbe
the
be
care
deal
State,
erty
men
time
oause;
their
as
ing of tha 37 tb we made the land of S Helena,
almost the exact place where we were on the
35th., After lacking off and on all nlgbt, we
were still la tbe same place. Then we beat un
to tie North Edisto Iulet. ..... , :..,, ..
W bile beating up we espied a schooner, which
fact cmssd tbe crowd to take alarm, and, to a
man, tbey rushed below, armed themselves with
tbeir swords, knives and pistola, bagged thsir
clothing and a few little valuables, then pre
pared lor tne Doats, aa tney intended to beach
tbe brig. They were apprehensive that the
vessel sighted was a United States gun-boat.
When they came on deck, however, and took
another observation, they discovered that it was
only a Utile sobooner. Then we made the in
let, when a boat's crew, armed to the teeth,
oame on board, and piloted as up to tbe anchor-
act, about 4.U miles inland. There thev dis
charged their prises, and the vessels were low
ed op to unarieston Dy tow boats.
We arrived at Charleston about 3 o'oiock F.
M , on the 27th. Next morniog tbe steamer
General Clinoh took us on board with our bag
gage.:!. 1 may also state that tbe steamer riant
er towed as np to this sate ''pirates' village
ground." , -, , ..
When we got into Charleston tbe pnsa Can
tain took us to a private boarding bouse, bis
agent having closed bis office previous fo our
arrival. . ,
Next morning we strolled about the oltv. and
oalled upon tbe British Consul, who told us,
strange aa it may seem, that be could render us
no assistance, as we had uone wrons In takinr
our passage on board an American vessel, know
ing mat tne itco eoumrirs were at war, there
fore, if the owners of the priis bad tba rood
feeling to pay onr expenses it was only to be
expected from their generous charaoter; but
they eould not be forced to do so. About 13
o'oiock we were called upon to go to the Mar
shal's office, and when we got there tha Mar
shal told as that we were prisoners. We were
then sent , to tne city Jan.. ine captain a wit
and the other lady of our company did not ac
company na to tbe jail. : We remained In this
Umbo UU o$ O'oiock r. 01 , naving been re
leased at that time tbrongh the exertions oi her
British Majesty's Consul, Mr- Bunoe, who bad
been induoed to aot then, only beoause an old
English captain who saw us in prison went to
him and prevailed upon him to use bis influence
In nnp h.riAlf. .
The next day we looked round to see if we
oould devise any means of getting away. The
Spanish Consul informed us that tht) only
sobooner whioh waa going for some time, had
been loaded and bad sailed already for Mates
gas. However, we bad the good fortune to meet
Mr. Salas, the owner of two-vessels which were
ready for sea, and it appeared that Mr. Bunoe
bad been to him to endeavor to procure us a
passagei and as he could not assist us, Mr. Sa
las offered to take us to Matansat on credit.-
That arrangement Included the other British
passengers, my wife and 'myself. Tha other
three passengers were Germans, having Amer
loan passports, and could sot be taken on board
tba schooner Jasper. The crew on board this
craft declared be'r Bnseaworthy, after getting
their advance pav, and left. Mr, Salas bad
therefor to ship another crew, and w got
readv for sea. At the bark Rowena was get
ting ber name changed to 'the St. Helena of
Charleston, U., naving nees loaaea wt a
ettan of naval atorea. awaltlDiT a farorabla on
Dortunltv to ran . tbe blockade, we waited and
went oat with her.- "Soj on the night of the 3d
in.., sue was teu in tor by a steamer, and
" 0,U'J as we eouiu out oast
the United States vessels, sad la keif an hour
war after bar and could see the light of
Um,u, Baip, qU,ig aisuncti, although
none of tbem seemed to make any movement,
d m ?ot ob'erT b -bout ten o'oiock
. iu. wueu we rot oiaar or their Hrht. Th.-
ww .uuugu. ourgeives sate 00 tbe sea onoe more,
tt arrived nera aaiaiv nn tha n hi .f a..
day, tbe 9 ib Inst. " ,
- And now, when I think of the scenes 1 bare
p.nou vurougn sino I left K.m VV
-- excursion;, wbal lm-
pressed me most was th almost death-like,
J .I. -vv "r-uc Ul 0fl city or Charleston,
and tbe entire abaeoca of an.ehtn ii-. kn.i
nesi. It appeared as if a Scotch fast-day was
6 v.v,.orcu.- Atienst 00 nair 01 tne store
have "To let" posted npon tbe shot doors, and
those whioh are occupied ara all nlnuui
everyday, and every man has to tura out to
w unea oy in ponoe tbe next day.
Another thing which struck me was th ; at
moa. entire aDsence of "bard cash." On of
uy uumpamons ana 1 went into a bar room to
u.tc grins, ana in only money we bad to! of
fer Was Spanish. Mr (Viand . . Jl
lar piece, but the barkeeper was bewildered) be
did not know Its value, and asked as what it
o'iZV, J?'"1, Informed that it was worth
in, Cuoi he offered $3 25 In, paper
.hi... Th.. . . a . . K
-6.. iuiui cruwa gamerea around, as,
slarins their eves out of thir h.aa .i. ..
the novelty of the eight of gold, and many of
tbem seemed reallj anxious to be the possess
ors. .We saw no small cbaoge exoept pieces of
wmtu cortuj tuai tney are'good lor five
Cents." Vnnd fnp ton h ."
. ' o -" --.u.. auu mv vu, ,
I must sav that bien. om .nrl nhlM...
Charleston seem united In tha l.rj.Jl nf MAM.
When they found that ons of my fellow
uuocugvre sum myseu were Scotchmen, tbey
vn.vu uo vwrv reeueutiunv. 1 nntiwn nn. r.n.
did not at first Mllll tn aamnalkU. l.k ...
j w.ua.u.v HI.U UT,
still be exerted himself well on our behalf when
iouuq mat wawere In prison All seemed
uave great repect for blm in Charleston,
Gen. Halleck's Recent Orders.
We doubt not that tha nrrl.p. nffl.n...! IT.I.
leek, nublished yesterday, will meet tbe appro
val of the moat considerate of our citixens.
nonody denies that, besides wh.t n..ni.
have suffered from secession outrages, they have
been sufferers also to a large extent from the
wrong ooiDtroi some federal officer enrl anl.
diers, who nave abused tbe flag which covers
them. Tbis has happened chiefly in the West
part ot the State, where certain Kansas
marauders,, having got Federal oommlaeions
having tallied together men who have
uooaea 10 tueir tfctodara from all quarters ef
earth, have committed tbefts and robberies
all aorta. In Madison Count alnna Ih.w
have stolen three hundred and si it. .I.t-p.
Tbey call it confiscation and puniahing ,th
enemy.- It is really to such thing. ' It is sim
ply private plunder. Tbe sots of auoh banda are
oeiicr than the raida of tha banditti.
ought to be so regarded by the head of this
Department; and should be known and stigma
tiled as sucb all over tb countrv. Wear.
to see, therefore, tbe commandant of tbia
Department laying down with so muoh distinct
ness the rules which must eovern in eaaea of
requisitions on citiseua and of seixure as enemy's
property. Our ciiizms will now understand
nothing can be tiken from tb Individual,
unless neoeasary for the subsistence or trans
portation of the troop j, or where the individual
an enemy in arms, or aiding and abetting
those who are in arms. When nronertv I. u.
fjr tbe ate of tbe troops, "intelligent and re
tpomible nffi.eert'" mutt be detailed lor that pur-
iueae emcers, wneu tney tike it, will
make an inventory of It, and aive tha owner a
receipt for it. Suob property must be account
ed fur, and the authority lor the seisure must be
stated on tbe return which describes the proper
tateu. ,
When property Is taken as enemy's pioperty,
uo.au. ujus do uane dj tne omcer nigoeat in
command. Great caution is recommended In
exercis ol this power. ;
Wben prisoners taken at other noata or In
field, are brought to St. Louin," there must
sent In a statement of th charges against
them, and tbe evidence they are based ou.
is required in lb arrest of persona as
prisontrj. Officers arresting such without
sufficient cause will be held to account .and
pani'hed. . j
These rules, properly observed, will do inmt
towards pacifying large portions ot our
where many people feel that their lib
ana property are unjustly dealt with by
having no responsibility. At the same
it should bs understood that arrmta
be made, wherever there la suffioient
and that men who are answerable in
property will be held to the earn account
ever. St. Louie Republicen, Nov. 28th. ! '
Gen. Halleck's Recent Orders. A Bit of Romance--Slidell and
Wilkes.
Tbe Brooklyn (New York) Timrs is reaoon.
tlbleforthe following:
captain w likes, tbe bold and responsibility
assumiog Commauder of tbe San Jacinto, who
caused a gun to be fired across tbe bow of tbe
British steamer Trent, brought her to and re
lieved ber of Messrs. Mason and Slidell and
their Secretaries, Is now about fifty six years of
age. Consequently as Jack Bursby would say
be was once younger than he is now. Though
every Inch a sailor, and not often given to tbe
melting mood, tbe blind god once succeeded In
sending one of bis shafts clear through bts
rough sou'-wester, which found a lodgment in
hisboneBt heart. Tbe bow from which the
shaft was sped hung lath eyes of a fair girl,
and straigntway tne jolly tar Tell bead pver
ears in love. He prosecuted bis suit with viator.
Tbs girl was "a lass who loved a sailor" and'
so smiled upon blm, and consented to become
his wife. But the young sailor had a rival in
the ton of a respectable tallow-chandler, well
to do,oalled Slidell, and young Slidell feellnr
considerably out up by being cat out, refused to
accept "tne mitten;" out not naving spank
enough to throw down tbe glove to the sailor
rival, oontented himself with "poisonlog": the
mind of tbe "stern parieot" of the fair one,
uutil he refused his consent to bts dsuehter's
marriage with the bold Charlie Wilkes, and
insisted on ber giving ber bant to young Slidell,
wnicn, alter many protestations ana the custo
mary amount of tears and hysterics, she did.
and became Mrs John Slidell . The bold Char
lie Wilkes did not peik and pin, or lot bis
melancholy feed on bis weather beaten cheeks,
but went to sea and smothered bis grief in at
tending to duty and austalnlns tha bono, of
his nation's flag, never seelug his "lady lass"
again, nor meeting his successful rival for her
hand and heart, until be saw him standlnr a nrl.
oner on board bis sblp,a traitor to his country and
a rcuui igimti mo nag ue nonest tar nad aoent
his life in definding. Suoh Is the romance of
war. we congratulate tb bold Charles upos
having at last "got mora than even."
The Briirr or thi Waa m nil Booth. Tha
Providence Journal thinks tbe war has done
more to develop the Ingenuity and eultivat tba
Industry ot Southerner than, years of peao.
It has forced tbem to do a great deal of manual
labor, more than tbey have done In twenty
years previous. Tbe useful art of shoveling
was never so widely understood in the South be
fore. Various mecbaulcal ' pursuits have sud
denly risen to new honor. A skilful worker in
Iron or aa accomplhbed chio carpenter all at
once find himself In repute. ; In this time of
distress no U louoo to De or about as much Im
portance as th man wbo raises cotton, which
can aot be satea, sold .or used In any manner
exoept as a bona of eonteution between Mr.
Memmlnger and the planters. Tbe art of mak-
ing shoes we see. sioken of lu Southern papers
With evident respect All this betokens a great
change already in Soathrn modes of thinking
upon certtln subjects ' Tbcf rebels hsv shown
aa unexpected readiness to modify their notions
in the stress ef clrcumatutiOs, Aud an amount
of lndu.tr, and euterprls. ; the .ecomp,i,h-j
mtnt Of Severe physio I labor, for. which, w.
suuuiii nave naruiy ;ieu lueus urrun at to-
beglnntng of the contest. , ,W see how mwnh j.
they might have don heretofore ff. they bad
X obefished so absurd ideu about mechulcal k
pUTSUiU. - 1
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30 torth ZXiH Ctreet,
0 m tht argsst and Bast blast Aasart
OFFERED 1ST TEIg 0RTI
;BuildefwnbMigs
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If la. I.
v or tVMirjniji im ivu.m. ''
rreNohdcAaaerleaat '
; faiujtsj oaocND fit ofi.,-
tU aut up S ban pound saas lor sasally stM,aMl '
Paiote la bulk.
rushes ol every variety 4 qoaJity.
A Splendid Aaaortmect of
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CAKR1AGE MATERIADS.
AXES GRINDSTONES, aw .
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, ko
FISHING TACKLE.
ROPE Jt CORD AG h.,
LKATHER AND INDIA RUBBEH.
BEisTizra.
EDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT,,
SCYTHES, dto , '
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
'able and Pocket Cutlery
t especially ii.vlt tha attenUon of all Interested to a.
ock of Pocket and Table Cutlery, and
SILVER PLATEDrOKKS,
able, Desert, and Tea Spoon,
Butter Knives, &o.,
ttOClCRlle A BRO'S. Manutactura, warranted to i-e
sxtraheavy, Electro-Plated, oa genuine Albatta.
Country Merchants, Mechanics, and others, are Invited
call and examine my Stock, as I am prepared to sell
holeeate and Retail.
Witt.-A. GILL,.
Oolumbus, Ohio, May 8, 1800
NEWARK MACHINE WORK8,
NEWARK, OHIO. : y :,
manafactarera of all klnata far
laoie ana atatioaary meant En
(Ines, Maw Milla, Ariat Itlilla,
ice., ice.
LASXd) BOJLS Btaitnt B. J. BLAND TBtat I
.. B. DXTVAU. Bfaimltl COLVMBUt
UACBINX CO. Beatenll II BRADJOBD
' CO. Biattninil
Our Portable Knrln and fUw HUI
Wu awarded the first premium of $W .t th. India a.
State Fair for 1-00 over Lane A Bodley'e en account l
Prloe, lightness, simplicity, economy of trial
and superior character of lumber aawecl.
Our Station. rv Bniflne waa .warrleA al tha aa, n.i.
the first premium of S AW).
Our Portable Edkui was swardtA th. first
SIM at th Fair at MemphU, Tenn., orer Blandy'e Da
van's, Oolumbus Machine Oo's., and Bradford k.OoH
by a oomoltte of practical Railroad Engineers.
i pnew auu let mil aaaress
WILLARD WARNER, Trews arer.
deeS-dAwlyeoia. . . Newark. Ohio
G ft EAT C HUE
DR. LELAND S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND1
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, . Qout and Nearalffia,
AND A BCRBCUBB FOB' ' M
All Mercurial Diseases.
It It a conveniently arranged Band, containing a saed
ieated eempoand, t bw aroaad the Waist, vithowt
Injury to th moat del let. pvsons: no duui. b habUa
of living Is required, and It entirely removes tb
ease from the system, without producing the tnluriows
streets ariaing from tb as of powerful Internal snadi
otnes, whioh weaken and deetroy the eoastimiioa, aad
er. temporary relief only. By this treatment, th ay
Inai propTtles contained In the Rand earn ht eon tart
with tha blood and reach the dlssue, threngh aba port
of tba ikin, effoottng In saury Initanoe a perfeot ear,
and restoring the parts afflicted to a healthy eoudittaa.
This Band Is also a smtpowarfu! Am-Mnooajaaaant,
and will entirely relieve tbe system front th jwi asoiuwa
effeets of Mercury. - Moderate ease am Mr la a Saw
ear., ana ww are cwnetantly reeaivlBf AMUesanlala of Ua
effloacy tn agKraratad oases ot long standing. "
- Faioa t,U0, s bs had f DmgxUta . rally, ar aaa
ua awutiv wuui u, Bprwa, whu run a 1 modem, for w,
to any part of the eomntry
Oflioa,
aireot fraat th Fiiststpai
Ho. 409 BROADWAY, Vew York.
G. SMITH dt CO. Sol Pro rhetor.
8. .-rrPUve Olrealar Sent Free.
A. I. B6HTJILL1B at BOB, DaosmsT, iewrta, Be.
H7T S. Bigh BL, bet. Friend and Moand, Oolumtma, O.
O Areata Wanted ETwrrwitar.
Blh9f9PlmUw4Aa.W : - '.'f. , ' ..
ANEW HOOP SKIRT , -
'; 8.B0PTH 'JiaH.'eT.ilETr,".
Hsv lust reeerved a a saak af .HOOP BKIBTI
enUlied u a mannar avt sopertoi to any ret tatrwdasad
"durability and GRACETOLNESS.
rtEI-TLEBlKll'S
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VAMiIHa In Mmk Vlte ..a S...A, '
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