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(lilmerlbi-rs In Cincinnati, t'ovlimlon mill .
surrounding clllr-s and towns, at
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SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, I860.
PRICE ONE CENT.
I IIIINKII SIXTH
ln TINK-WI UKKTS.-JoH. A. LUH,r.B.
jr.. sole Muiiniri-r ami luii-(v. ' ' - '
Pricks or A omission. -In ess Circle nnl Parquettt.,
BO cents ; Uallrr, 'ii rtl.
Uoors open at O.'a o'cl's-fc ; curtain rlsi at 7.
'sixth' mciit TFmr. CnANKRAf,
." Who Kill spwsr In to srea characters.
THIf EVEN ISO, March 21, tin- pcrformanco vilt
colauwvico Mitii t . . ., y ,,
THE OCEAX CHI I.n. ' ' ' r
ITo-rv Helm, Mr. rhnnfriiil ; Captain Hturdj, Mr.
.Nsad ; -la,-k 11,'lm Nrptnn... Wr. l,UKd,,it ; Mary
IMui, Mil KH-l r: Kuti', Mis Pi'iilialu ; Marie '')'
U'Trut, Mra. (iilV rl. . . .
Dance Illas Ktie Ptnnoym
To roiirliili with tb (iitpn-af in tlralAa, a illftVr
fill pieoa from Uia ana naanllf ouHetl
JACK Hlllil'PARD. , .
Ji'O Blna-khi, Mr. Tlinnrrau: .lark Fhepparil, Mian'
Drnli'tm ; .Imtittlinn Willi. Mr. Lnnutlnti ; Hlr Rnv.
. lnu.l lii'iigliiird. Mr. lliimi; Tliiuma Darrcll. lr.
1 Urail; Wln.lWJ, Mla Alnilc Vaitf, Mra. Wuuil,
Orrnt noTrltlea nrxt wirlr'. .V '' i
iiKr.'H in1 k h a - ii o i; K-ror u tii-
i. gTHKKT, liotivvvii Walnut ami Vine. S. N.
I'ikf, Pmprli'tur i Y. IS. uxwiy,tats Manuger i J.
llranr.aT. Tp'Huivr. '
I'hii ks or AuMi-aiox. Paniupttc circle, P'irtntto
nn. I llalronr, CiU n'liti A In pll i( li liter, H.f Wllta
rrlvntf Hoxi'i. tr rifilit ni'r'iH. IS.
V'ix (iniui'optMi lrom in A. n. nnui f r. n., -vnrra
Knt1" rau Bfcurtal. "
loor npcu nt 7 o'ela;k conunatico at.7'iM
LAST JiKillT OF MltH. EMMA WAM.E1I, ',
Who wlllrelwnt hrrat jrformnlloi' of" Marlnuif,
llin-liia of .Miiill," n-lHtil by
Aa " Vonllnand, Dnke nf Calabria."
TIMS KVENINd, March M, will Ik mnMI
Wabatr'a tnifftnlv. In flvo acte, ntltld . .
THK DCCflKSS OF MALl'f.
Mariana. IliK-hi'sa of Mnlfl. Mm. Waller; n1inan1,
Miko of C alabria, Mr. Wullur ; Cardinal Graaalnnl,
Mr. Lanaauii ; Antonio, Mr. Chaplin ; JJello, Mr.
, Ilurntt ; Cariola, Mia Whlta.
To coucUnle wltli
THE TWO HUB!! AMIS. I :
John Small, Mr. Pavl'U'a ; Mr. Henjiimln Ruxaril,
Mr. l,aii:iK.m : Ihi Luvrctia Uu.tiril, Mra. I'litcc ;
hallr, bli-n Provox.- .
Tlo, rharminir yolliiff tNinieilli'lini1, Mlai ,IMEV
f.llUl.KN H l.l.M, M ill llinka bar lint appi-armict1 on
l'nlnv, Miti'i'h -ft. in an orleiuiil acnHatiomil ilriuna,
foilink'j nil tin popular Leilitrratory t'Utith'd Tha
Jloom of Dcvlllo."
Wi;ST HK KIVKI, A C'HOK'R I,OT OF
t Oiiu:irU(l inn Bwiiius. i in
o utility uf thrw ytrtogtt him boen
(iuitiirHtN nml toliiiiritH, ami
jimiiucimI superior Ui every m
.T(lir fllT'ltCTT. .7 It
mall - N. 6H W'Kt Kmirth-atrct.
jpiOll MKIIATj PIANOS-THE BKST IN
New Y.nk) iiiiwcrliil tmirtl tlutililu
Knmd-Hctlun tVu)-rt IMhiioh, pro- !ffVf'
uunnccil lv Liitz, TlmlJiorK Htul uttu-r j ii
Wp will null lower fur Ctth than any utlu-r ilenlur In
flip City. l'iaiiuB iiml Mt-lotlvf ' tunpd nn n-piilreU
thuriugltly. Pianos Vt let itt from ' t 8li wriUiir
tur. 3ium'al luptruuiciitH nvlling at hali-uvlct. Do
n-t Imv or rftit n Timio uutiLiou Uave t-alliil and cx
iiniiui'd the auie.
nit ITTCfrt A HHO.. f.ilc AfrfntH,
Tlnno hi-nlors and Ma kern.
f-17 V.. J27 W. Kifthtrt-pf. ii'-ar I'lnm.
CHARLES H. WOLFF- & CO,,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
I 1 i -' ii',!',
. No. ,145 Walnut-street,.,..
t'INCIXNATI, OHIO, '
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IoTlt. tho HlU'UttOU of
3X Ii: RCI rtA.IVrX'S
v To tbclr large and coroftilly-spkctf d tock of
FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS
-. ' on THE . ,
COAL COOKING STOVE
' FOUR SIZES.'
, WWurruntod to give wtUftietlf ' ,
MAXtTFACTrRBD"AND FOR SALE BY
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & CO.,
Nos. 19 &5I EastSecond-t.f
GRAY, 1IEM1XGRAY & BROTHERS'
MANITACTORY, COVINUTON, K., ''
No. 20 East Columbia-street'
MANTFAf'T I'RB AND MI'PPIY TUB
tradt- t thtMiiokt raoHunable jrloei on
ui"! uccoiumlutinij teiina with ,
OF EVKBY J)EStiBIPTIOK.
FOR OIL, FLUID OR COAL Oil,
( x. AND THE IQ.VL Ull. pEulloRIZGU. j
N. B. ilonoa. Improvofl rmmpa atnl lluriK'ra'for
uln by our agent, J. tfh M.KItS, Uovingtou. Ji) . i
.... v CHILDREN'S -
, , From $2 50 to $25. i
B a l and
'I S ! C'entral-oveniie.
I. & 13. BliUCE,
Kimt Railroad Car and Oninlbua Manu-
., ,,, i lacmrcra, ,,,,,
-m VP All K II U I L D I N O Ag HUAl'i1,
?T JToup ou kaiul a aiipply of KllUbl UA1I
f JtOAD OA B8 anil oMNIUUSKSj whb Ii w will
rant Mual In alyle. Itui"li and durability, anil at
, low prices, aa any m;ido lu the oaiutrr. ,.,.,.(
1 omoo-cornor of i'liinl anil Vni.-atiaeU. JaH-tr,
!S 17 boxes vary ii,, riur Spanish 01Jva. torsulu
nolasal. ruUU W A. M-HOKAtD CO.,
L ault M, am! Hranrh :.MH Woat Fourlll-atrcat
tataalouer of Hit, Kuporlur and Common Plrai
Baua. tlulldlug, norib-wst vnnir vt ilala
.iihi.tti...;i a . "-""'
'-'' -4 -' ' i.,-,.,
to oei f ooo inat noisw, .' nn 1511011,
atW0 milt rC Over th AsiOylatlon CooflS,
ni LsxinBtoB ' ' ' ' '.'''
41 7" ,.',r.i m v. avV , ,..,
The Hlfliliinil (Hillsborough) Xetei noml-
Ja lf J4cliwi far Pfi.'l'"' ' "
Atwlmt time of dny win Adam created f
A little before Eve. i i i , i
. . UHribuldivh applied, to the Fpe for
Idkpcniation'.from hia nmrringo yo l
Whv coiild't Job sleep nt nifrlit? Becnose
he hud such miserable comforters.
' XSi'" Irish o mttt lidrertiaew " Walittr, nn
nble-bodicd iniin nsn washer-woman.''
A imrnber of cases of hydrophobia have re-
pcently oocarred hi Washington, D. C.
The photographers are now able to take
ptyoiogrupng uu porceuiui, (
' Hie editor of a New York j-
ournal culls an-
other editor "a dilapidated old Zouate."
, The studio of a first-rate, portrait painter
must be perfi et bedlanv It ia ful of qrifrint)
''Yon seem to walk more erect than usual,
uiy friend."-1 "Yes," I have boen straightened
Erreaa nf reremonv shows want of breed
ing. That civility is best which excludes all
superfluous tormnuiy. '
TIib lore that "hag "nauirlit but bearitv to
keep it in pood condition, Is short-lived, and
SMUJtrct lu duivciiiii$ in..
Atiout S50,ono have been subscribed In
Portland, ilo., for a line of pjcamers to St.
Tlie Unntist Examiner savs that the Inde-
pentlent would be a good Christian paper "if
it was only converted.
A model farm association is orpanlzd
at Philadelphia, with a capital of $50,000;
shares 50 each.
Not a day passes, but the grave of Senator
Brodcrick, in the "Lone Mountain Cemetery,"
neur San Francisco, is strewn with flowers.
The other day six ladies of Mechanic Falls,
Me., pave birth to six babies, the aggregate
weight ot wDlcn waa any pounas.
Mrs. Virginia Smith, wife of Mr. Richard
Smi th, of Alexandria, Va wasfound drowned
the other morning.
" J. Br ITowe, ' the actor," has" abandoned' his
wife and children, andgono to California with
Miss Marian 1-cc. J
Dan Bryant, the wclf-known Ethiopian
performer, is lying at the point of death in
Sew York City. , , ,
"Caught in her own net." as tlie man said
when he saw one of the fuir sex hitched in
A Young" Men's fjln tHtian Union Association
Is being orgunized in Auraria' and Den
ver City, Good places, those, for religion.
A little girl three years old, the daughter
of William Miigee, ot Harrison County, Ky.,
was burnt to Ucatli a day or two since.
The sixteenth child of Governor Hicks was
borit at Annapolis on Thursday.; A prolific
OovevuoT, or rather, Governor's ifei '
A Dr. Martin, who it Is believed is from
Paris, Ky., was murdered recently in cold
blood, in Sultillo, Mexico, by Dr. King.,
The line of steamers between Providence,
R. I., and Baltimore lias been discontinued
for want of patronage. -.." ,
.. Col. Fauutleroy has organized and intends
io lead a Strang force against the Indians ui
A young man recently eloped from Barnes
tille; lif thisbtate, witlr a woman whotu his
ftithor bod onrted and' was'-on the ti e
An Eiurlish missionary now in Sumatra,
latelv wrotc.home thut .he hud had the "sat
isfiiciion" of examining the oven in which
his predecessor was baked.
There is a. luwycr in. Plymouth, England,'!
so excessively honest thut hd mts all his
nOWCr-pOia OUl over infill, bo uuicuiiuica
he (bat (viytbiDg shall horo its d. ' J ' J
Rariium, a levy days .siuce, paid the lust
his Connecticut i iock Lomjiany noics. me
total amount paid by him for that concern
foorj up f WljOOO.' 1 If -tl ff j p.
' ir. M'olire committed "suiciJe in Spring
field, Mass., ou . Thursday, by taking i'senic
in a glass of gin, ou account of jealousy
her lmsband, who is u Diigucrrcotypist.
A negro fireman, while oiling the engine
on u train in motion, near Charlottsville, Van
fell iutu the . uiuchincry. aud , was grouud
utonit. '.j m v'-.i . ' i "'
,r A diitinguished statesman' of Central
America, being asked how his country was
getting on, replied, :'0, very well, very well
u mild aiuuchyk n i r .... .a. A
Mr. Murdoch and Mrs. Gladstone performed
for thirty consecutive; nights, recently,
Washington, D.,C-i the, longest engagement
ever performed there. . '
A young man named Allen,., died
HainesDort. N. J., on Thursday, from the
fects of a thorn which had slightly pierced
It is stated that the Messrs. Cunhrd have
conclude4 to make Portland the terminus
their une ot steamers, tusteaa ot .Boston, as
!X young lady o? eighteen, . Bomcd. Miss
Helen Pike, while dancing at a ball in Ta
berg, H. Tj", ilii other evening, suddenly
dead upon tne floor. . ' n
The cattle disease still prevails in some
parts of Worcastajr County, Moss. A large
number of cattle huve-ulre.uiy died aud many
inore areaiclt..;,) ,, , H,-jjir.. J f
Last week four negro Cabins of Mr. Charles
Hugle, uecr Auburn, Alii., were consumedby
fire. Four negro children were burnt
death in one of them. '.'i '.",,!
' Mrs. Partington wants to know if it were
not intended that women should drive their
husbands, w:hy. they are put through
nnuie ceremony, , . , .
."Stou that abominable noise," said a com.
uanding oQiuer to a horrid trumpeter in
nidst bffi battls;""wei ivn stiijJ fitf, bnt
can't stand that air.". . .
What is the diffeferieeS betwein one
walks and one who looks up alligator stairs?
One stent up stairs and the other stares
The Uarrodsbuig Preu says that Meritt
Cunhingham, of Mercer County, KyM
thrnwn from his buiriry recently, and
Layvpcely injured tliat he duvl a few duTsaffer.
A. Frenchman hamed Fuuviily, was rescued
at Burlington, Vt., Monday, while two miles
irom Hjure-.jn sua urcajiuiu;-yr ujr
mu, who gullantly took a bout iuid weuded
their way tohUn, t s . , ,
A large" American' eagle' was captured
few days 'ago ori the Blue Ridge by a
planter who was out gunning. He
previously seen it pounce upon a hu-jje
kill H( aud ootiimeaue eating it, .t' V'r'j
', There was bat fine death" reported
gout iu UassaohuaetU during tho year
uml in MAvAtiteen rears and eicrht months,
ing in 1858, only fortyn Dtjrsims died
mia uisease. a ..
A. H. BmnDJaf ltin-uar1KyJl proposes
If ARRATIYE OF THR EARL OP EL
GIN 8 M18.SION TO CHINA AND JA
PAN, In the yean 1857-8-9.' Ky Law
kknck Oliphamt, Khi, Private Secretary
to Lord Flgin. New York: Hariier k
Brothers. Cincinnati: Rickey, Mnllory A
Co ii ,1 t 'ft i ' ri
. m me year joji me Dritibn uovcriiiiicnt
appointed Lord Elgin Special Commissioner
to proceed to China, with a view to place the
relations of Great Britain upon an amicable
footing with that counliv, and fitted out a
naval evruiditinit for thn tiurnnae of cohvev-
na al expedition ror the jmrpose oi com ey-
log him to and from the scene of Ins labors
with becoming dignity. The field of his
operations embraced both China and Japan,
and the , time occupied was over two years.
The narrative befbre us purports to be a his-
tory of the doings of the Commission, and a
of what the author saw in tho course
of his perigrinaiions.
The picture which the writer draws of tlie
two remarkable countries visited by him,
their peoples, governments, laws, customs,
and religion, is lively and interesting, lth
great appearance of correctness. He appears
to have looked at them with a more liberal
spirit than travelers usually exhibit. Of
Japan, especially, his remarks show a better
appreciation of the style of civilization there
to be found than those of any writer we re
member to have read. His opportunities
were ample, and be appears to have properly
improved them. ' The book, upon the whole,
which is a handsome octavo of over six hun
dred pages, is a valuable addition to litera
ture. . ,
A GCIDE TO' THE KXOAYI.EDGE OF
LIFE, ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE.
By James Ronr.RT Manx, M. D. New
York: O. 8. Francis ft Co. Cincinnati:
Rickey, Mallory A Cor.
This little volume (a duodecimo of four
hundred pages) is intended to be elementary,
and to furnish exact definitions of terms,
statements of functions, and statistics of pro
portions. It begins with the inorganic, und
proceeds to organizations first vegetable und
then animal. It is moreover furnished with
a copious index nn uncommon thing in au
American book and liears the appearance of
a complete nnd satisfactory treatise upon
The National Democratic Convention.
question now lic
mind, and on which, according to the
Charleston papers, :the 'Union
whether- tlie Democratic Convi
lie chnuged to- Baltimore. .- The
correspondent of the ' New ' Yi
"Judge Sinullcv, 'fliaiinian of the Dem
ocratic National Committee, is in New York.
He writes here expressing a doubt as to what
his duty is in assuming the responsibility
chantfinsr the ulace ot meeting of the Con
vention trom Charleston. All the members
of the Com mi ties now -here, some five or six,
are in 'favor of ft change trr Baltimore, and
think publio sentiment will sustain them,
notwithtaiiding- arstoH was fixud uppa
byrthtt-Ooertittirm-.. 1 ledra -tlmt the Balti
more and Ohio Railroad Company will ar
range tares at' half price, from Chicago,
Lonis, Cincinnati, levcranrl, Louisville, and
other points if the Convention is held in Bal
timore, ine immense nun ior ine conven
tion, nnd halls for each delegation, will
furnished free. The hotels will accommodate
all they can at the usual price, and the pri
vate citizens seem disposed to render ull
accommodution in their power. The amount
of money saved in railroad fare alone, if fifty
thousand people attend, will lie half u million
of dollars. ' . M
In connection with . this subject it should
mentioned thut a hundred and fifty beef
cattle have arrived at Charleston within a few
days, and have Bomewuut relieved the humi
nalit dangcr of. famine; although diut allow
ance should bo made uf tl probability of
being si Charleston eaiuird, intended to pre
vent the convetiflonatid'the mighty host
outsiders from being frightened away by
o? starvation. - - - y
DounLK-DlSTILLGU VlLLAINY OF A SEDUCER.
A girl aged about Bixtccu years, was
taken from a house of prostitution,
iu Louisville, Ky, where she had lieen placed
by a young man. The girl formed tnj
quaintance ot ncr seaucer in a neignouiuiK
village, and, like maney of her sex, "loved
not wisely but too well." - In hn evil hour
she consented to an elopement and went
that city, und the wuu placed her in the house
whence she -was taken by an officer, and
the instance "of her mother, who would
forsake the misguided girl.- The latter
the ollioer uot to tuke her home,
said that shame would kill her but he
his duty and restored her to her parents.
Extsnsivs Riot in Pennsylvania. There
has been open mobwarutGouldshoro', Penn.,
it is reported n mob of some two hundred
man -attacking- the tannery tlrerewith gnns
Sufi -othsc weapons, I autl .carrying!, it by
against fifteen or twenty, men who
it. mid were thrown out of the win
dows and othorwise routed out by tho victors,
Revolvers and guns were freely, used,
several men were wounded, though none
reported killed.' Difficulties ns to tho parties
who' Were entitled to possession of : tlie
ware the cause ofthe not. ' '' ' '
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' A New Southern Stats PnoposEn.
old project of forming-a -new titate out
Northern Mississippi, Western Tennessee
the extreme wwtern point of Kentucky-
been revived, aud the Tennessee Legislature
has given it its sanction, The proposed
would be bounded by the Tennessee River
the east, through the States of Kentucky
Tennessee, and by the Mississippi on
west, and would contain a population
bont 700,000. -" 1 .
THB FsUALal SthIKKOS MATRIMONIALLY
Diao8ain.-They huv .souie- Jirely young
ladies at Haverhill, Mass. At li recent meet
ing of the female strikers, Mr. Hawley said
they couldn't get work there, they could
Bufrsloi One said she'd g " ,le w"8
of.a husband! which caused ai trulusndons
'""t'."1,.. - - f
DouolaS at Charleston. A Democrat
who anticipates yeljqw -lover, pestilence
famine at unariestoti,' wuuns (i'goiniiieiiq,aa
A sanitary measure, tue nomination of Doug
las on the Srtst, ballot.' That onld save
weather, hotel bills and tne union, nil' at
same time. ' j- ,,
ew was a clergyman." M'hen he
performed the' marriage', eersmony 1 ir
couplej hs always refused the fee, saying:
your ways, poor devils; I have, donj; you
already."! i ; .i -i 1'.
14 , 1 1 1 1
AVBBAdK HldHT bi TUB n'aAN BaCE.
ftllrerman lias been tumulng certuin lnvesti-
o-utions from which be arrives at a conclusion
that tht average bight of the human race
rsmsinsd unchanged.-- sines, tbsi Cbsidaan
tpovo, roar tboutona yri ago. -j
Mail fKfM'JttiSi'l wl linn
The Arrival of the Clay Statue at New Orleans,
and Arrangements for the Coming
j posing character. The trades and handicrafts
will turn out stronc, with appropriate em
sketch i ulc!ns-. tho Fire Dcpai tuient will tuko an
Wt notice with pleasure the arrival of the
granite blocks which are to form the pedestal
of the bronze statue of Henry Clay, to he
erected lu Canal-street, on the l'Jth of April.
The shin Milton, which brought them Ironi
MnainohtiMttta li,i Arrival! Anil nllpajlv a I
kwwuij, puiuuu ui mcu, o wwu .t, w y. ;
niiot. Ho now the work Will fro steadilv and i
l . - .n.i.0 . It'
uninterruptedly on, until tho dny appointed
for the iiiaiiguratiouoftliesUduc.
ll 11.14 lUa.ni, nlnv lnl.n,,U MMIIIUIN I
..... ...c . .. .w. ...... .... .
nre indebted for the succcmiuI execution ot
,nlB "0,,le work 01 ,,rt' ' m our cl,v' nt
H( charIcs ok.K h j9 m th,lt he 8hmlW Bcc
,(,c trowning 0f ,mynuin opus; and it will
be a notuble and interesting feature of the
programme of the day, thut he is a participant
iUitZZ are to be of the most i.n-
active part in the parade; the military, of
course, will he out in' force? the civic nortion
or the procession will lie lull and conspic-
- .. ' . -.'.... .
uous: the members of the order of Free
sons, from all parts of Louisiana, will gather
.1 - 1 .1.- f..!.-l.i- T 1.
ii pou me occasion, nnu lilts iviiiunia leiuiimr,
-with their superb military costume, will, for
tnc nrst time in the Mnitn-wcst, muKo u
grand public parade ou that day.
mi lar, nil the arrangements nave ocen
made with great judgment and good taste.
At the uncovering of the statue, on the 12th
of April, tho birth-day of Clay, nn oration is
to be pronounced by our eloquent fellow-
citizen, William Hunt, Esq., and Mr. Overall
lias ocen selected as tne poet 01 tnc uav. e
hear also of other necessaries to the uiturest
of the occasion, musical and other, to which,
in due time we shall more particularly al
lude. N. 0. IHcayune.
Celebration. Unexpected Emptying of a Precious Casket.
Among the annoyances to which people
who judge by the exterior are frequently suli-
jected, is that of finding themselves frequently
mistakcn in their estimates of tho mass ot
humanity as it reveals itself nuiid the crowds
of a busy city. Numerous are the ludicrous
blunders which have come to our knowledge
in conesquence of the too hasty deference of
nmiiUinil tnwnrri niitu-Arit ntinnj-anres. nml
nowlicre is it gnore extensively dcveloed
than on board tlie steufatcrs, where men
n-hnui nmbitifin in 1iti has never snared
beyond sonic very humble pursuit, often las
owing to something ilittinaui in their aptiear-
for Senators, Ex-Governors and what
not, until accident reveals them in their true
colors to their fellow-passengers A ludi-
crous scene occurred a few davs since in an
omnibus, of which n dignified" gentleman of
very saturine aspect and immaculate clothing
was a constant patron.
Thi imntloiiiiiii carried, innniiiio- and even-
g, a gold-headed cane, a small tin box with
handle in which were supposed to be do
..,.,..,., f ,.i i .n in.i.
is I of important banking busiuessimpres-;
sions which bis supercilious demeanor only
strenghtencd. One morning, however, the-i
ft , .Vt . I.......
, laiai secret lcaaeu oui nnu uu ucicrcnce ua
, ,, .,! u,i i:,i i,iu ,..
fitlly-gnarded box upon his knees, nnd was
absorbed in the moruing paper, when acouplc
iirettv ladies entered. Liftine the casket
k.. iu i, .....ii.. .... i... al, i.ia ,i,o
by tho bundle us he shitted his scut, the
treacherous lid, which had nccidenlly been
left unlocked, flew open, and out fell a rou-
I... ni'm.i.19 a I.-,,,.... ui . 1 i n m.in .1 u? ti.u-nij
ingots-papers ! No merely two slices
bread and a Bologna sausn-re. Since the morn-
ing of that important discovery -omnibuses
hr. tnat a, aaiiomwr the-.ma of tlw't
suiiercilious aspect, unless lie conceals them
n ins coat tans or nosoni, lias given up tne
practice of carrying lunches to his ollice,
An Enomshjian' in a Qcanoauy at
Parisian Rkstaiuant. An Englishman in
Paris went iuto a retlaurant to get bis din
ner. Unacquainted with the French lun-
ruage, yet unwilling to show his iguornnce,
te pointed to the first line on the bill of fare.
and the polite waiter brought him a Hatrruut
pmieoi oeei-so..,.. im ..s r, !,, aim
wlie.nt was despatched lie pointed to the sc.-
ond hue. Hie waiter understood him ,r-
fectlv, and brought him a vegetable soup.
' " Rather more soup than I wunt," thonght
"e-' . A..,.- V "
pointed to the thud line and a plate of tarn-
oca broth was brought him. Again to tlie
fourth, and was furnished with a bowl
preparation ot arrow-root He tried the fifth
line, and was supplied with some gruel kept
tor invalids. The by-slanders now supoosed
tliat they saw an unfortunate individual who
had lost all his teeth, and our ti icud deter-
tiomt ie 9..upas possible
pointed in despair to the last line ou the bill
u "i. "; . ' .i': "i;: ' Vu: " .1..
uuueii ui vouiiipieas. aiu? wu iuuiu,
the EnglUhmun paid his bill and left,
SCNOAY AllL'SEUEXTS IN NEW ORLEANS.
The Vella ot late date observes: w e nave 00-
turned a brief outline of some of the refined
Christian Sabbath exercises which are
to take place to-duy:
First, there aro to be two prize fights be-
tween two pairs of third-rate bu Hers, oue
' . ... . .
ngui nguiatier ine oiner, inis morning euriv,
somewhere on the Mctuirie Ridire.
Two dogs are to chew rats for $100, at Harvey
Harding's kennels in Jefferson City.
There will be numerous cock-fights at the
pit on St. Charles-street, aud the pit on His-
There will be much bad whisky killed
Gallatiu nnd Girod, and other streets, and
numerous roughs will (et tight aud ofl'ei fight
to whoever may want it. t
All the above pious .arrangements will
perfectly free, and whoever desires to "go
lemons and come out squeezed,' in either
ueau or pocuci, cuu uu so 10 men ueiui
' Confession of a Vikuinia Mcrherksh.
Miss Mary Simpson, who shot und killed
Budd, a farmer in Accomuc, bus confessed
the uct,and has made a further confession
that Tully Littleston stood behind her at
time she tired the pistol, with a double-barreled
gun, threatening to shoot her unless
sho shot Budd. The little boy who was
the house at the time, makes a similar state
ment, though he has not teen Miss Simpson
sinoe site wus committed to jail. Littleston
has been committed to jail, and both will
examined on a charge of murder.
An Arab Chief Amazed by a Photograph.
An English traveler describes the speechless
amazement with which a wild Arub chief
the desert watched, iu a tent near Cairo,
development of a photograph of the
Sphinx. When the features of tlie myste
rious scuiptnro were revenieo 011 mu giasn,
the Arab turned to bis companion, and point
ing at the photographer, exclaimed, "He
the eldest son of Satan.",
' On LcoalQuebtion Answkreo Propeblt.
A young man who had spent a little of
own time, and a great deal of his father's
money, in reading for the bar, was asked
alter Jill exuiuiuutiuu. how he. got along.
"Very well." suid he, "I unswered oue ques
tion right, ''Ah, indeed," said the old
"and what was that?" "They
me what a qui tarn action was, und I
Uii I UiUu't know.!' .
Attempt to Burn a Church. A dastardly
attempt wss made the otne night to set
to the new Methodist Church building
Paris, Ky. A barrel wus tilled with shavings
aud placed in close proximity to tbe wood
work of the building and fired; the shavings
being- tightly packed failed to Ignlts,
prutntsa eAlsjalty. ,,. ..... M
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LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Three Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE CANADA.
ItA LirAX, March 22. The royal mail steam
fhip Canada, from Liverpool at 10 A. M., on
ll... 1,1,1. n.,n..al.. ii mi till 11th Itmt
rri... i r,.. B . r :..a,.i.w.i
I 110 St-UUIIIHIIIII J.l iW .vw. H wui
on tho MnK d ' for New york.
Tho steamehip Aoimioa reat hed Liverpool
. . . ... .,, ,L.
on t)C anu Ule Aangaroo ai noon ui me
. , , T, , .,, ,,t I
on ot Savoy to Franco waa the
The news 1
Sardinia had consented to the inhabitants
of Savov voting on the subject.
Lord John Russell had stated in tlie House
of Commons that Austria and Prussia con
curred in tlio views of England. Russia hud
not yet replied.
t replied. I
IJ.iiua jit l 'mismiskiia liaisl V filial ull SIM. i
-Crown ai mroviiiir the French '
'"u'l1" " "LT"1 .
ire n mo niiieiiuuitiiw uuu mwiuiu vj
t), ,,:,: ilvii,o-Ikch reiected bv a Uin;o I
. lf "
i t was reported that since Sardinia rejected
Napoleon's programme for Italy, the trench
troops hnve received orders to be ready to
match at the first notice, and that the evacu
ation of Lonibardy and return of the army to
France are threatened.
The Bank of France had gained 4,500,000
francs in specie during; tho month. The
Paris Bourse was Hat. Tho rentes closed nt
There was a general desire to realize In tho i
Liverpool Cotton Market, and prices were
fiiv a w,,r n most ilescrinlions. The
sales of the week were 47,000 bales.
Breaflstuffs were very dull. Provisions
Consols closed on the lOlh nt 94M3Wa
for money; M(a9 for account.
Maryland Democratic State Convention.
i wliich delegates will be elected to Charles-
ton. It is thought that delegates favoring
I Mr. Douglas will be chosen.
i The Committee ou Resolutions reported a
', scries in substance as follows:
j 1. The people of Maryland, as a frontier
' Southern State, arc most vitally interested
' in tlie protection of slave property, and the
' faithful observance of all tho guarantees of
. Nort tern neon e lo reeuiaie or invauc oy
discussion, agitation or otherwise, the do-
, uiestic institutions ol any male or territory.
S. 1 uai we picugc ourselves 10 uime wiui
I ...... Q.oit.m-ii lirutl, run in iairlintHiirl liuiin.
,.. ... ..w o
: tuiuinir our constitutional rmhts at every
i hazard, and to the last extremity.
3. That wc do faithfully adhere to the io
nf I Hticnl principles of tho National toiivetitioii
, U. That we approve of the general policy
! f t,u t j;u'tiol)ul Administrator,
7 T1' t wi ivo our t to thc
of mimillue of the chuileston Convention,
u, relwluliollB V-Bre UImimously
' ttddre8jelI c0,m3eling liarmony and
dc tl0 ttud the imiHirtance
,01ltributi to tle Election of such a uoini
minedtogetasfar , tkm t fjbarlestou as wiU insure success
t M tu8 , meong of meetinD. the
')) oonsequeces which threateS the
(.hoice wa3 nmdB unauimons. E. Lewis Lowe
and Ju3i Martiu wure ti,en cUosen, by c
aud ciamatiou, electors for the State at large,
The delegates are unpledged, but are gen-
en)lly Coll8ido,.ed anti-Douglas. . ,
. Tl'ero wa much enthusiasm In the Con-
Uai,timobR, March 23. The tifth tou-
grossional District of tlie Maryland Demo
cratic Convention has chosen Bradley J,
Johnson and John J. Mensen delegates to
the Charleston Convention. ,
A rtcrmanent ortrunization of the Maryland
State Democratic Convention is being held
here. Ex-Governor Lowe is tho Chairman,
and tho Vice-Presidents are chosen one from
each District. Tho Committee appointed on
Resolutions will report this morning, after
Hie Federal Constitution; denounces ns
wicked the treasonable attempts by tho
of 1S5IL ax tlie true Domucratic creed.
of 18S'i, as tlie true uomucruuc crccu.
i. That we stand upon the policy of lion-
intervention by Congress with the institution
of slavcrv in the Tci litorics. as unuroved by
the Oonv'entiou of 1856, and that wedex-lure-1
it to bo our opinion mat, neitner congress
nur the people of u Territory, organized or
uuuigauized, directly oc Unlirc4lyrcuu uitvr
ere wiwi tue meiiuuioii oi aiuveiy,oi nam
I oi nowiug amvea.
ii u uuieoy ucciuru iota aio:u iiuiii- in
1 more properly referable- to judicial iu
! striictioii, und that the decision of the
Supreme Court upon such questions is tiuul
' und binding upon cuch nienilier of tbe Denic-
cratic party, and will more certainly conduce
! to the pnbilo pcuce thun any other liirm of
I 6. That perfect freedom of opinion oil all
liiestions ought to be enjoyed by every mem-
, f. t, ft t
' -, , ' inill(
anU'Uii iiiuerences loieruteu
ic Convention, or Supreme
tvs shall settle the issue when
it becomes au imperative duty to yield un-
' uualitit.d adliesion
The Convention then proceeded to elect
delegates from the State at large and the fol
lowing were chosen: William T. Hamilton,
Lewis Molford aud John R. Emery. The
1 youtiou. 1
Later and Important from Mexico.
New Orleans, March 23. Tho schooner
Emily Ktith, from Vera Cruz, on the J4th
inst., arrived here this morning and furnishes
the following intelligence.
General summon nomnaraca Hie city
i the 13th. dointr but listle damage.
j A detachment of Miramon s troops from
1 Alvuradn was attacked and completely routed
hy the liberals.
I jn the 14th lust, a flag of truce was sent
I Juarez, which resulted in a suspension of hos-
A Military Conercss. composed of the
chiefs of the two armies and the representa
tives of the foreign powers, mot on the same
evening, but the result was unknown.
It was reported that Miramon hud aban
doned the siege, deserted his army, und
taken refuge ou board tbe French Heet.
Miramon's communication with the interior
was entirely cut olf. The city of Mexico had
pronounced against htm, and the army was
, Tampico dotes to the 11th Instant state
that General Garza had returned and resumed
the Governorship of the city. Tlie city was
quiet.: The United States Marines were
Advices from Rnatan to the 11th state
the excitement about the cession of the Island
continued. The fruit crop was short.
The Captured Steamers.
Wahhimoton, March 22. The prizes
prisoners taken off Vera Cruz are likely
create some embarrassment. - Tho statute
provides for the distribution of prizes utnong
tne otlicers ana men woo were me cantors.
but the nuestiou of these being such
first be determined in a Court ol Admiralty.
The Navy Department treats Marin's expedi
tion as piratical, but that fact has to be
lestablishea. : -i 1 i :il 1, . r
The whole ground of this assumption
upon the allegation that when the ludianola
approached Marin's steamer, after a shot
been fired ahead to liring her to, and hailing,
it was answered by a volley of musksts. 't
Jmliauela and H'aos were small steamers,
to Jaiirez, and known to be such
Mariu. He eould hardly suppose that Amer
ican officers and seamen were participating
in the civil war with Mexico, and doubtless
luteuded to treat them as part of the hostile
armament of Jaurez. '!- " -.
The Vt7 will bring the main body of
prisoners to New Orleans, and may bs 1
Xpssttd. 1. - I-.
ju L -v-j -i'hiii't'O'j. lo t (..? ,,
Movement of Troops—Spain to be Called
to Account—New York and Washington
five hundred and litty United Slates troops
left this port yesterday for Indinnola. Texas,
under 'rommnnd of dipt. Itiucs X. Palmer, of
theCavnlrv, The I'nlted States store-sliijis
Supply nnd i'almoulh, will leave in a lew
days with stores for the squadron.
A special Wiuhingtou ili-patth statoa that
Spain is to be culled on for nn explanation
with regard to the fitting out at the port of
Havana of the steamers recently captured br
the Gulf Squadron. If the explanations are
not satisfactory, the neutrality laws, so far as
. . t0ccrncd. assuredly will be sa
A V osinngton oispaicii says mo ouuuiu v
Committee have determined to act as a graud
jilrv, in investigating the charge! against
Imlire Watrons. and hear no Brirtunent.
: ... ,. ., . !
Mr. Nelson, of Tennessee, opposed the in
vestigation. The Committee think their
business is to inako nn ez-parle examination,
... ... . ,
" Vr,nrM,,"! i
vor of impeachment. The trial should take
'."" - "f: url "i? '.r""ri .
i.enm... .i. ,..i. ,, n,. iw,r,,rA
vommitiee. ine menus ui omuk" n
sov he will not appear before the Committee,
biit will carry the war into Africa when the
case comes before the Senate.
Delegates to Chicago.
Locisvtu.K. March 2:!. The Republicans
oi tne nevenni voiigrcsMi'iiiii
Kentucky, vesterdav. elected Bland Ballard
nnd H. W. llawes delegates to the Chicago
CHAM.F.sToy LAXULonbS AbAliMEn. 1 be
landlords of Charleston are getting niuiuied
at the proposed change of locution for holding
tlie Democratic National Convention, and
.ru iliDtiG., In r,iiun ilnwii in llleir tll'iees.
Two dollars a day, the Couri'r says, will be
their maximum. Some of the Charleston
uancni intimate that, although Baltimore or
any other city be chosen as the placo of
meeting, the southern delegates will ns
Burcdly assembly in thut city, and proceed to
make nominations lor President und Vice-President.
when a letter, containing a marriage cer
nnce, tifieate, was received by Mr. W ., informiiir
him that the ceremony had been performed
! at a well-known church in the aristocratic
1 neighborhood of Wapi.ing. Tlie lady, on
coming ot age, is entitled to 10,000.
i Kmclovmkxt ov Gnus is hxuLisii ii.LE-
onArii Offices. In England the business
i who nun li very iisrieeaoicem oio.vuiem. ine
' inliiiid department of the electric telegraph
! company, in L.onion, now cmyiojs one lmu-
nreu young mu es, wim recede mu,
tho tiios-iHir. tnlnl nil nrtrtfl ot the L nlted
! ' ft , e ------
j Kiuudom. 1 he room is In charge ofa matron.
Anotmkr Bki.oravian L.vnv Elopes with
a Mkxial. The Cor Circular reports
another Belgrnvian elopement. A young
lady eloped with her guardian's under butler
on St. Valentine's Day. and nothing; was
heard of their wherenlioiits until the 18th,
operating telegraph wires has been to a great
extent placed in the hands of young lau'es,
The compensation ranges from
10s. to 2;,
(2 00 lo 2.1) per week,
ini.KNKsa ANn isdustky. ino laic levy
very heavy tux ,upon the industrious, when,
by frivilous visitations, , they rob them
I heir time. Such nersons betr their daily
happiness from door to door, ns beggars their
UUIIJ UlUllll, UUU .11.V l.l.ii.
with a rebutf. A mere gossip puglit not
wonder if we are tired of lnin, sccmp that
wc are indebted for the honor of his visit
solely to tho ciicumstmico of his being tired
Ixji-RiousxKssf of Gas Light. The Com
mittee of tho Junior United Service Club,
Loudon, arc considering how fir it may
preferable to substitute oil and wax candle.3
for the present gas lighting of the establish
ment, against which a strong protest has been
signed by above a hundred members, who
state their belief that gas used iniiue a honso
is injurious to thc eyesight und health
Slavery Taxation in Noiith Carolina
One of the main issues iu question in this
State, at thc upproucliing election, w ill be
manner in which slave property is laxcu,
The State Constitution declares that slaves
shall be taxed us porsous, und une side stands
by this nroviso iu the Constitution, aud
other on the other hand, arc striving to have
this changed so llmt slaves may hi ucefoith
taxed us property.
Massachusetts Manci-actlres. Thorc
are indications of a busy aud prosperous sen
son at Lawrence, .Mass. The reports are
the Pacific mill will be enlarged ; the Pem
berton mill rebuilt; anew mill on thc Duck
corporation' had; the Everett mill started;
and one or two mills between tho Atlantic
and Washington mills ; besides a largo num
ber of stores and dwelling-houses.
A. Military Jokb. A yonng onsign of
regiment, stationed uot far from Manchester,
England, residing in lodgings, tho sitting
room of which was very small, was visited
one of his fashionable friends, who, on taking
leave, said, "Well, Charlus, and how much
longer do you mean to stop in this nutshell
to which he wittily replied, "Until 1 become
Stbanok Modb of Reconciliation. Smith
met two editors who had previously been
"outs, upon the street, walking arm in
"Hello." said Smith, "the lion and tho
lie down together, do they?" "Oh,
said editor No. 1, "Jones Here uiu lue
and I did the lammin', and, of course,
came down together."
Political Excampmkxt. The Republicans
of Hartford, Conn., arc erecting a canip-tcut,
oue hundred by seventy, ten teet wider
the Fremont cumn 01 no. ana cu nauie, 01
hiu; 2.D00 nersons, with standing room
about a thousand mora. There will be
gullericsexclusively for the lsdics, sunicieutly
comiuqmous to scut aooui iuiir nunuieu.
Suioiuiu in Massachusetts. In the
1858. uiuetv-one suicides occurred iu Massa
chusetts, and tho number hus not-greatly
varied for the nasi five years. . , For tlie
enteen years mid eight months, -ending
31. 185B, one thousand and thirly-
niue persons nave taaen uirix owu una
this State. - ,
Carbonic Acid and AVocnus. Drs.
Murnuav und Lacoute have rocently
tained that if 11 wound or sore be kept
sufficient length of time in an atmosphere
ciiruouio uciu, it win neai uiucn more,
thau in coinuiou air, oxygen on tbe contnuy
will retard the processor cicatrization..
Fatb Nor Capricious. Fate is less
thau ia imagined. , - Nearly ail
hava thruuirh life, in their several iciades,
same average of opportunitios. , it is lie
can seize and coimoct tiiein ior wuom
have their applause and fortune- htr
, VAluh or Spare MoMNTn-e1par! '
ore tlie gold dust of time. Of all
portions of our life -sparo uiouients are
most fruitful lu pnod or evil. " Xhoj- ai
gaps through which temptation, hiitts tht
siest access to the Bottl.- -
: Prize Fi(iH'ft FHMALB.s.-Tyf''wonii(
Louisville, Ky:, vA'nt out pf towh recently
engage in prize fight, attended by
and bottls-holdsrs. Tliey were interrupted
by ths poliet luil ths 'hnlH" was
f , I -ai ! iiit
Advertisements nil rxi-'llnif fle Unas (ai ata):
Two weeks ..
9 ! Ono wk......i ....H on
.. 1 001 Ono Biuulli si fid
L.,rgr 4vcrt; nmiili InsoitiJ at ttir (ulloKiiit rata i
fur t iuarii vt U n Uuca or Irsa:
y ih iiiiiuiina..
1 Tiro wrakH......i.f3 nil
V 1 1 I Iirt.o vf l....
1 75 I una mouih...
In all It. bmnrhna dot a with nnattiraa sod dlratch.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
' ppiscipal oFricif,
NO. r W. FOVHTH-HTHEET,
PHiK'f OlMSKA HOUSE,
Wr. OKIE!! tTTtue rrnLic ttie
V, tci Viloi. "nvleT MaeMiw, vrltB Ini-
irlant Imrovam'lils, an, I to niaat llio Uinalj(l V't a
; l .,w.pilcc,l Knuiib M,l, lunc, l,n i' liilr, ,1iitcl a
JI AV -TY l.l;, workiua upiia tlio siiuii1 principle, and
ii,i,l. in" Hi- ,.,m,' i-ti )i. though n,-t o lnfehiy lie-
- IwhI. at If I FT Y-1' I VB B" l.l. A B.S. , , ,. . ,
II l-,uv, l"l. ii vt .in i-,,, .,.
Hi- Mn. lifn-. th-' 1, a'l'y a-ol .trcnetli f .llti'h, be
lt, a Ai.iRr, on miTH mi i.s, luipi-Mbl'i to ray,-l, and
liiviiK id iliain or el,! i tl-i -Vr H'K tho
comouiy of thn iid anil a,l .ptn'.ilitv 1" ll llilrltct
orlliiiui, t fuliri,, li ri-li.k-r.-il ilm tie' liv-t u, -(.'wlul
and iK-imiui Fuuiily t-;Wiutf Maclilno now
"'At'onr vartou. ofnci"" we sell nt Saw Yorlt prlrea,
and Bivn iii-li"ull,-n, IV-o ol ilinry,', to en.iblo pnr-tlri-,n
t- kv orilte.'irv .-:nii, li-nt. f,-ll, niillt,
Kiitli'-r. I'itul aii'l tocl;. nil ou lliu sumo mlchiuo, uuo.
,:. mint it lor lltri-c -,,-;, r.
smhI or rail for a cln ulir containing full particu.
lur. ,ricoa, totiiuoiila!
vm. srT.w co.
'Sewing Silk Agency,
i vr. i-orn.Tii.ST., ,
maxKATi, oiiio. up staibs.j ,
SF.WlNfi. K 1 n n O I D T. Tt I E f? , A D
liLKItft' Train, uisanino, prince aod opoi
Twist, Needles and Spool Cotton.
ALSO-.TiwCs onc.llm' Spool but TUEEF
COltD MLK, cvrf-jb f" '"-"ion Jlatlunoa.
JOHN n. JOl VET, Attent.
TUOMskS J0UVF.T. tm5-cm
Til. II. Cook.
A. M. Cook.
COOK &. CO.,
GREAT WESTERN PLANING 3IILL
nr.TWEEK FIFTH AND S1XTII-STEEEI3, CIX.
SX COSEO.UEcr OFHAVISO EN
I'lMil.V nbaiiilom-d bmliling in llio city, ana
luruvil .Kir atteniiou to niei-unui' b'li'd'ne inatanaU
ol .-wry iV serirtlon, ua cuu knl- !vi,iy tlmt our i-x-pt-riDiK'
in llio bu..io.s :.! ou- Lieiiinci tnal le us
C. oll.-r lnilueruK'ius to luiiuVri In ilia city and a a
dirtanrv i.ieniiii.i-rt.'il. u' lUalod, L)-any oilier tiul-
Iars.taliliHlim-Lt In tlio Wost.
Wo also niaiMllactuio ciu-cra of all doionptlons,
nnd ,. p-.ui li.uvl an a.wltnieut of Jlahwiarv, Ho;.
wood, Walnut and (Jalt Venecia. Also, Fine Ducilug
lor I'lamo.aud Lt-okliig-iiliiMOs.
, .-..l.- i:..- .. I...-1, ,i-n e.n .11 nt A
, n li-.j linn It has over ooou sold lor lu tlii' mar.
msnoini'i TrELE ViEY, -MERCIIAXT
NO. 4S FCUETH-STHEHT,
d,u.tf yfLorson pritPiKQ- .
B. KITTREDGE & CO.,
134 MAIN-ST., ON., O.
laTTREDSJE & FOLSOM,
33 St. Clmi'lei.st., New Orleans, La.
Ci-uxia and Sportina Apparatus,
anu im.M.rr.i IS ovsriwnrs.
II. CAMriiELL. & CO.,
and fjJilcr I.. Plow bl-lbs. iUtlnd tfcl.es,
1 urarounu, So. IJ liasl tuiCoud-straet,
j!r't3"All kinds Iron nvnlo to ordr.
, .... ,ir.,iirf! lui 1 ne f.ic 01 iionuou
J. J. BUTLER'S
EXCELSIOR FLUID INKS
Manufacioivy, 39 Vhic-strect.
SPtT.EANEtt . OP
PINKSl AND VAt'I-Tf,
iimwoon Viuaand Uaeo, in
il'O. VI 6lXtll-3lU'
1U0 Jlud.cnl Clli'l,,,, Uhk iisnvtl, Ohio, reni ns
tuality ami tosr pra fs. c "-
IJEGGS tts SMITH,
No. 6 West Fourth-atrcet,-
A HE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
A the" " il-o aTi-niui-ut, of auhei, Jowclry,
bilvvrwura and Diaau-nda. . . . .
ALSO-A Una lusertiuont of Nutca -ca Sots a:.a
Cut i'-ry ami OraTa-itl-t-o-1. .
Saddle, Trunk and Harness
tO-i Main-street, three doors above Third,
TrrEF.P ON 1IAN1 AND MAKE TO OR-
SV ni-ll nil kind 1 of llol-i: TfiiU'il-'j " I
and moat subMaiitinl niamiar. AJh". a Ur.' awaoi t.
Ill"lltlt I "Irt" tl, .1111, U, 11 IHi-ii V.-.J"-,
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