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Seeoad night of the sVlelreatcd Tragedian, :
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V Hi w'" "I""" "-Manijaf "-ilia only time
- - .ni area, reuumon uuring lilt en-
tl'KSTUY KVKMVIl, April 10, (ho perfnTmane
Will euuijusrjce with Blil(poare' live-act tmgedr of
Hamlet, Mf. Edwin Booth; olioit, Mr. Hiitjnj ta
.ilea, Mr. Lauadoii : Kbit I
r.uuiiiiia, jwr. r.iiMar: ilrnnn, Mr. Head t Ontiv.
Mlj tunny Ueiihaw; Firat (Irave-dleKnr, Air. Ad.
fiiii' ,!pl,e'i Ml"- lll"l,ri Qweu Gertrude, Mrs.
r.iloiilna, r. l.lliOar : lli inNo, Mr.
Dance .7.1.: Mia Kate Vcanayer.
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J'r. liiiilnlunt. Mr. Flahrr; l'lnln Kfnrkii, Mr,
Hall; Mm. JHatrhrin, Mm. UIIIhtI; Julia, II i
HlUKUY. Wrtutnit 'I Klr.l atirf V.,rt t.
un-r i U. X. Smith, tftage MauttKcr. .
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M IMS MATILDA 1IEI10N, ' ' 1 "
Prliir t Hr ilfpntiurt for Europi", and t!iUMIu
i -it TUidhod Traffediadt v t. r. .
t i if. i t W. WAM.A0K, JR.
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TIIIH KVKVINP. Anrll III will
1m prrnonlpd th
ol Victor ocjount.
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.i l Maninlayi UofreoT Twilto, Mr. Allfm ,
Dre...j,...i..... ..Wl Jfrnny IIIht.
u TocoiKladevwitli tli laughalil farce called
vi .'i ! I . - I I.OTTKRT TICKCTV
Wormnnil. Mr. ltirlinrd: fimliitt. Mr Alln: th.rl.
I .i Mr. Mertvn; Mr. Voncl, Mm. Lawa; diwan, Mr
Wednesday crcnliyr, mit nn-itlvrlr lao lint aia
pRi-aniTo inn one oi oiuiiiaa llo,un aim !. w. al
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PIIir.M. nnrwiwti Vi n ...... mill Vino M. N
, i IIekdjikt, Tnsurer
and Balcony, 66 cunt; Auipbttliotitcr, tfj cuutu;
, jJPrlw-tu Hux. fur AiRkt )rMni, HH,
Uox Offlctj open from lu A. M. uutil 1 P. M., where
I'tii fai or Admission Panturftn Pirrtp. Pnntm-ttM
, CHANugorXiHR. Tt nnl.la pnrlipft iHitiutf tin
OlK'in-tlUUrif to Ivo in time to witnm... (Iiiirmii1 ntwin.
Intf tnMonuA of tlm Sftcryl Drtiiim, the door- will bv
opened nt 7!b o'clwelf, n tliu uvertura couimeuco ut
MONDAY EVT5NJ&H., nrv evrnltiff during
THE PHODR1AT., BON.
, A ffi i 1-cu.w; JCf.CtitiMyr Awwl, Pradlml Son. Mm.
Canwuy ; Jenthcle. Mis Crork.T; Htichnrifi, Mr,
. l.r.lu 'AinroiiliiTa, JMr. JliDltn : Nemroud.
l Ir THr. LitniiOTii ; Chiioim. Ulr. liftirt'tt; Mouathon.
Sir. IVinph ton ; Lin, vhM dRiicur of thoTmnpie
' flio I ' 4if hlr., Mtt4tinie Bouxary; Kun. Miw Proctor.,
The nolilfl c imorti d mnxi.f the drnina wtIIIm
rendered by the t-ntlre Mtrengtb uf tho cunipny,
JUWT RECKIVKH, A C'HOICK LOT OF
Onltaralid Violin glrlnm. Tlic(fc 1 .
iiunllly in tnriM strniKH haa ncen
tlioroiiirltly touted bv cxnerlpnci'd
Uultariatf Bib IMilk.r lirt frt
nuuuccd sujibrlor In crtny-renpi'ct.
joiiv I'liiiiirif. .in
.-Jiial.. . p ff j-iA. r"t t'ourtli-trt,
tTOL.r !IF.nAT, PIANOH-THB BKST IN
, t B '.XI .U 'Yarn- ywWrtnl ,iim1 doill.lc
Kmnd'Hution (louivrt l'itinofi, pro4
nouiicvd tiy Lintis, jl'halbiTg mid otliiT
Hrnni nrtitiin' no"inWv 111 CXIHlcnw. j.
Wn will toll lower tor cnh tliau any otlifr denier In
r. firr',,)rt 'Viia-aiiMeanoiilttiniflitn'l npiiirid
J. '1 U,iki(qDiiKlitr. . 'J'lalicm to fct al trc ai i to 815 per duar
u 1 'hit. MnoiTllliitriiinrnrlKcirinitBt half-prlcoii. .Do
lot buy or rent a iMauo until yon hava calliHl nud ex-
auiineu the above,
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SIX StZEirPATCWTED DECEMBER 7, 1858.
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. 4 Economy I 'Dispatch!
wave tlie Pieces!
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. I Ii.-' mj meudlng rurniture, Tom, jL'r,yk,r, Ulaanvrara,
, WhoIewtaDjopot, N. M WdaT-a'trei't, Acw York.
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and twtira doairfl a beautiful Liliiuwraph Hiiow.
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VOL. Ill, NO. 44.
CiypiNNATI, TUESDAY MOHNING,
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li'V'tEi.t l-,ri 'li "n. 'II !:l'I''ij
ij-;;" x.r wtt? . .
M r. TTubbnrd, aged nlmtit lixty years, was
burnt to death last work in Franklin, low.
Thi peiwb and plum tret arc in bloom in
Washington. f i' ,
-Three. men wer fectntly sent to jail in
Gooifrkh, C, Wr., for refusing to pay taxes.
There in a national tobacco factory in Sc
Tille, whitbcmpkiys about 4,000 girls, making
cigars and cigarettes.
' John A. Washington is preparing to re-
uuiu aiQnui. irjrnfiv to nis new estate,'
about thirty miles distant.
- A rich nmrble ntmrry' ha recently been
discovered near thrift's Landing, on the Ten
nessee River; in that Stntc. ' ! i '
J. H.Duncan, a man of fine mind, and once
aprofesnorin a college, wits recently arrested
in Chicago as a common drunkard.
' ' Louis Ndpoleori's' army consists at present
of 2,800,000 men. of whom 1.500.000 com-
I pose the National Guard all old. soldiers.
i tie nasnviiunns propose a cuniplimentnry
benelt to Sallie St. Clair who has been dan
gerously til in that city for some weeks past,
Tn the month of March ninfltv-nix'hnnntor..
frits were put in circulation fn .tlie United
States. . : v. 1. . , . I.
' '"The fiopiilntion of nnltt'morc Is estimated
at 'alioiit 230,000, and that of Boston at
229,000... . ,
f'rA'mad; rlo bit iwij children of Jonathan
trTores, near Wilmington, Del,, recently, and
is feared tey niust die of hydrophobia.
TL. lf.,1 m ,. . ... ,
Viurj pirjiiiuuiai i uurcti nt veaiirrine, uuio.
ns recently ' anrbofed by a high wind and
, Mrs. 0. R. Gormley .was burnt to dentil
near Norfolk; Va.. recently, br carrvinir
matches in a pocket of her dress. . . ,.
t A' mart named George Bulty was killed by
lightning a few days since, near Galveston,
Texasi a ery- unusual circumstance at this
sjmtiorci ihe j er. ;
Henry Jenkins wus convicted iu Shenan
doah County, Va., last week, of biiramv. and
sentenced to the State Prison for three years
and ten months. ,
I Thoma Broehy was recently arrested In
Adrian, Mich., for having uiarried six wives,
one of whom y s a Degress and two others
v; A,, negro "slave shot an bvcrscer, named
Hawkins, dead, in Adums County, Miss., last
weca, oecause mo uner uaa sopnratea nini
from his wife. . ' '. , ...
Three men and two women were ilmwimd
m( the, Mississippi, twenty miles, below New
Orleans, on the 28Ui ulf., by the upsetting bf
sA'-ongeomBn-, Jane Gore, attempted to
kill her husband, in Van Buren County, Mich.,
n-ocuny, necause ne paiu serious attentions
to hen sister. (....;... . ;.ii.
The irrcnt digression of liu.iincM In Cum- 1
berlandj Md., has comellcd many old resi-
aents oi mat citv to leave for more nrosncrnna
rnuii iyuuy-iuKicr localities,' I ' )
1 A woman died recently in Wicklow. Ire-
uwkl. nl tire ftuvanoea are At nna lintiilrori anri
forty years. She was well known to parties
iiuw rcsmeiifc-ui uwen Douna.
Ker. Clemon FrnHinn. Princiiml r.f llio
Catholic Institution at. Sandwich, C. W., hus
rerun uj nm away witn a targe Bum oi money,
iiia emicawuiB la Ulaliuwil.. .1,-
inestary ot tne connection oFU. Jennings
Wisi one of the editors of the Richmond
. Ml, , . : ' .. '. .. - . J.
YA infMlref, with the Episcopal' Church,
1s contradicted. , , '' . ,,
Benjsmiii: Pottler shot add killed his
fiitbcp, near PensacoU, Florida,; a few davs
since, while he was laboring under the deli-
twi tremens. . - - . .
crHKlteBBW ScBttti boardci In aiisreputa-
uiw umw in Aiwuviiie, icnn., coinraittea
suicide recently by tukins laudnura and mor-
V'j vv -j p. t ; ;-i
" A voirflo mnrireaMltiiy In XTnmnino T.,
was recently upset on a windy day in a skiff
iu wiu mitiaip)i, HiiuBwuin auoui two mues
turse, hours Iri so doing. . . i -
IQ Uie. AritllllAHa . siioro. occunvma nenrlv
A Bit of Candor Between Politicians—The
Vice President's Value.
correspondent of the New
JA few''dnVs s'lnM several Vrrirlnm nnlii;.
clans called i at . the ' White House to pay
their respects to the President, and in the
ccmrRe of the coavyenijitibn-.Mr. B, related the
following with great glee: '
"When Vice-President firm W inriHn-o niiilul
Kentucky last Dccemlier, for the purpose of
m Wn i.r -. .. t , . .
ia;Dir-ai.ii trciura lira jegisiaiuie, ne
metHJeneral I;esf!e, Cofnli.-" th nM nrv
leader of the ... Wbjg. party of that State, and
addressed. him as follows: 'General 'Combs,
you have performed longer service and more
valuable service to your party, with less re-
waml ilmn imvliwiitn an.,., V.. 1. a
tComA. promptly replied : .Major Breckin
ridge, you have performed shorter service
aim less service lor your party, with greater
reward,. JhAtTany Swing knan.'CWhereuion
tliev 'litiuored.'" .
Mr. Buchrirui rturtiltid this storv In !
friends with trrcut custu. addinir tliat. . "m,...
a trerh Was spoked in fost, and he Uioiight
the old General about right in his estimation
of the V.ice-President's services."
,,'u'l TTj r i i i -i' .
(iTe.) Journal gives a descrlrUion of the new
An4roscroggiu Mill about to be built in that
city ' by . a company with a million dollars
rupilaf. : If will be 534 feet long, 74 wide,
I'uiir stories nliove the .baseiuent, and of ca-.
K..-Ain.i :it. mi . ' . .
uo.iLy njr auguuu sinnuies. tnere is DUt one
lnvuirr mill in this ramntrr. th Pulflr-.a,
Liiwrenoei which has. 00.000 snindles., The
new -Mill will give employment to one thou-'
sanil oparativest T ' 1 . ? I
Th MaTOIMOMHU Ultid III tha iLlw.!..nl
ritual of marriage the ring was placed by the
butbid on top pf the thumb of the left
hunoVwith the Word "utile name ot the
Father," he then removed it to the forefinger,
adding,' "and of the Sob;!' then to the middle
linger, adding, .'.'and. of the ..Holy-tJliost;'.'
Anally he left it as now, on the fourth finger,
with the closing word "Araen." and
vT;.f - ut fit-
A Girl Dhivkn to Suicide by Hard Work.
girl, ageoV fuurteeni years, of Bohemian
irentA livinir iu the town or Kossuth. Iowa.
having become duisatistied lately with the
hard wdrk'sbe A a subiijbted'to on the farm,
and hiving often Vainly requested permit
aiun of .has - oarwita ta Allow ker tn im ta Dn.
buqne to lire, gre'w depressed iii spirits, And
waa louna a corpse, suspenaeu ny a rope from
JWoffctBBer-k.i.C.'.i''. ii .
:i f A.:eiCTrTtoia T.qi.Artr!.Oi'lRAt(lh,-A
mail, who has not yet .been Arrested, has been
doing quite a profitable business, in. New
wj- irsuTQiiiijt -uofrua lere-grapiuc uis-
nabpliea fVil whirh ha rtnn.unu .. n.l U.. . 1. ...
. , ' . IUM . I. I ID ,
fng raaiiTrid anratli ma1a m fum. IK i.ni .r. I
aOCOrtiinff to- tha dlatailCil ami tlta Uncrlh I
nfii....iL . . B r-1
M"."ia Bjmwa.. -.o
' T u 1 1 1 a trtmalill y .il'f .il
CAJt I'litlr Taits -iPlumk my Titl re.
talnart AmlkJ.k-.. .Ill . i j . .
1 i. 1 " a"aa: Ma-i'ra 'W7 Ulgging up
an 'uch or tw of soil around the twe in the
anrlnir ... I V. A .. : .. , .
t ll0U of afriAuaadi lUex , aflat Whicj ra.
uIsm the CNUla or get fresh U. '
The Present Population of the United
States—Census of 1860.
The New York Timet remarks in tv recent
touts ' ' . ' '
Such has been the uniform growth of the
United States for seventy years past, that
the AjrjrregHtc result of the census of 18G0, in
regard to population, is no mystery. We
know almost exactly what the aggregate is
to be; and for a majority of the Stales we
know almost the precise results. In the gen
emf and particular estimates, there are, how
ever, two rariabltt. These are, first, the
amount of foreign Immigration, and Its dis
tribution; and, secondly, the amount And dis
tribution of domtttie tingralioni. But, to cor
rect these, we have some very accural o data.
We have, for example, the whole amount of
Immigration from Europe hi the last ten
years; next, wc have the tweruge ratc.of mor
tality, showing how many of these are now
alivtj and, although we do not know the
precise amount ot domestic migration, we
know certain general facts: that the great
eurrent of migration Is to the West, and
chiefly to the Northwest.. In addition to nil
these general data, some of the States took
semi-decennial censuses iu 1855. The States
of Massachusetts, New York. Georgia, Flor
ida, Alabama, LoniBinna, Illinois, Iowa and
Wisconsin, .took the. census in 18o5, and Ar
kansas in 1854.. . . ,"
In these States, situated In different parts
of the Union, an almost exact estimate can
be made, and they indicate very clearly the
degree Of. growth in their respective sections.
In some of the States also, the number of
slaves is given for taxation. A calculation
bused on these facts for each particular State,
gives an aggregate a little larger than what'
the general ratio of growth Wonld give. Is
that likely to be truo? We think it Is. for
this reason. Between 1860 and 1800 (here
arrived in the United States on million of
foreign iuimigruuW- mart than had arrived
between 1840 und 1850. Deducting from
these the proper ratio of deaths, and there
would remain of these nt least mem hundred
thoutand in 18G0. This is to be added to the
aggregate obtained by applying the ratio of
antecedent growth. Taking these facts and
principles as the basis of calculation, we have
the following resuUj for each State of the
Union: - .
N. W lUn.iul.lr.
j: I '. in..
NM,IM.I , f
;' 42.1,01 at
Now Turk...' .1 t;-.i wu
Nortb (.'arolimi r,A',.iii.i
lii"....i ..il,a,im' ,i
I'eamylvanra........ Lwi.taai t, j C;
lthoile lalnnd... Isii lain
gootli t'arolina......' .hkihri 1 1 4'JH.auO
l eiineaaue...w.H.Hm.n v.'ai.iaai .i.iirai
... . 4lli,li l(l,laa
,.' i,iwi,iaHi ' " r,2n.taai
,. riai,iaa ! . -
l. . ui.inai
.. rti.laal .'i'
Oregon .. ...i.
' :v,ra hi
M,iaw . j.iioii
. AgsTegato.........,,ikWaju .
In the column of free
Clllllpfl Ilia frOorntnr,l ,.r.n.,
uiation, which will
amount to about 500,000. In thAwew slave.
states, sued as Alalmma, (llisnissippl, Louisi
ana, texas una Aruiuisas, mere may oe a tew
more slaves than are above represented.
i linen in an, tne aggregate oi slaves will lie
auoui ,uuu,uug. , -Uio census ol imo will ap
proximate, in regard to races; very nearly
mis proportion :
rea whi la rHaJatlij.(a.an.ii..J.t,.i.jr.r..J7,i.nii
Colored free population...
Present Political Aspect of Naples.
A lotter to the Providence (It. I.) Journal,
from Naples, gives the following in relation,
to the' political aspect of the country: .. .
i As the yonng sovereign drives through thd
Btreets of his capital, it is Interesting to notice
eueh exhibitions of loyalty as come from dif
ferent classes of his subjects. I havo re
peatedly seen the king driving himself in nn
open four-wheeled vclrloloi with a single corn
pinion of the court and one or two footmen.
The signs pf recognition from the citizens
were not frequent, certainly by no means
general. 'The neonle soem to-retrarti the kino-
"with indifference, and the king the people.
Mnt such is not tne condition of feeling with
the head Of the Slate toward the armv. As
.tho king passes the mUitiiry stationnnd the
auiuiera give me eauuus, ujr roil oi qrnms ana
flonrish of trumDcts.- the kihtrg bat is sud-
denlv nulled off and carried very humblv in
the hand until he bus driven quite out of.
sight, tn tomrAtt WiUvthiA the haughty air
of uulieuding pride toward the people, m
marked. The king knows that the army
his only hope. 11 that fails him, his fate is
fixed; and like the Pope and Dukes, he must
ttce from the wrath of the people, which he
Miid his Bourbon race have so long oppressed.
Regiments of German and Swiss continue to
be formed. Their hard, stupid faces, one can
easily distinguish in the moss of olive-skinned,
dark-eyed Italian soldiers. ' Naples
swarms with troops. : Tlveir constant march
ings and conhter-marcliings givo additional
liveliness to the streets of a. city, which, with
imputation Of uiore than half a. million, is
Sufficiently bustling and noisy. . The troops
are for the most part strong men, .well fed.
Well disciplined, and well conditioned; but it
is a melancholy sight to see so much physical
energy thrown away or made the instrument
of despotism. . Therecan. be , no hope for
popular liberty iu a "country In which law
can. not be enforced and order maintained
without the aid of a great standing army.7
An Unsophisticatkp Okfiiual. rThe new
appoint to aflace ls Enguivor, in th CapJ
itol atv Washington, D.' C, is not arery wise
ubout engines ,The,dyltot his aiipoint
tnent, a gtntleniau-'aad'. tw ladies, had the
curiosity to look at the engine-room and Its
ntnculuery, where they fouiiA the Slew otlii'e
holder on duty .merely as gentleman usher
practical Engineers doing the real duty of
the so-called "assutiiut eugiueeor.'':. 'Mow
manv horso-nower is vourenriHa''" . 'Hwm.
p&tterf rcpliesgreeny, with A look of mingled
eAineyw teoaiii''l---''! "
A DESPOT-LAnniNO VoLUMI. The nnlv
book -which has lately Appeared- in Naples is
panegy ric on the life and death of the late
despot .Bombay .by a 'Jesuit nrsarrt. Of tikis
royal wretch who died in anjeot terror of
soul, And unspeakable rotten new of body, the'
panegyrist says: "He died a death to which
the philosopher. Wo.utd in yaid tupitaatinleu
A ... al tha anm lima u uu',,1
Kobbiby BY. ClILOBOrOBal .Sk'v'tllAL, Pkb-1
sons BKRiotiaLY INJUHin. 1 be taruv-housa of
John Perkins, near Nate Harbor, Penn, wae
recently aiBterdd by rohUrs, ad aftaa- the
administration of chlorotorru to Mr. P hut
wife and hitv. children. whiehitaBrlr nrawvi
fatal, the dwelling was robbed of tKand.
yaaivi iaHiaavie. n)nM i ,rl .;
.1 - j i I aaa .ii in i l" 'i-i. .1 f
A FATftat 'AaO PArf68Tn 'DR0N3D.UA'
jAys sinoe, while Petee Myer was cross
ing a creek near OarlWe, Peail.; ih A skilT
withjiliidntti-h.ter; the boat was cvrrlJover
the dam, Anaboth were drowned.
A Drummer Requested to Act
-Business Before Christening.
Philadelphia North American relates
the following: .' . '
. Mr. Smith, though one of the best salesmen
now extant, and s capital drummer, is a gen
tleman of clerical appearance, and when
traveling on the Mississippi, this nppcaranco
procures for him great respect, and a cessation
of "poker" playing npon the decks of the
steamers whenever he makes his approach.
. Some time ago Mr. Smith was stopping in
a town in the interior of Ohio. His principal
business was with a gentleman whom wo
shall call Mr. Brown. Mr. Krown not boing
at his store, Mr. Smith culled at the residence
of his friend. Mr. Smith is gentleman of
great personal neatness.! Mr. Smith accord
ingly took the last wrinkle out of a pair of
I... 1 I (.:.,. i k.- jL . . .
u.-11-v.nuruu aius, nuaeu ma nicaey just one
and three-eighth inches, and dusted his boots
with a handkerchief. He then administered
the proper jerk to a lilvcr-platcd bell-pull, a
process which brougiit to the door Mrs.
Brown, Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs. Brown's
three oldost children, and Mrs. Brown's
"Come in, Mr. Smith we're so glad to see
yes," was the simultaneous salutation of all
As Mr. Smith was nn entire stranger to the
Ciniily, Air. Smith was slightly astonished at
the warmth of his reception, and attributed
it to tho natural hospitality of the district,
and made up his mind that the people of
Ohio were among tho most affable of any
people in the world. Before Mr. Smith had
time to think further, Mr. Smith's hat nnd
overcoat had been consigned to n hat-rock,
and a spruce looking darkey, in a white
jacket, was executing a quickstep on his
Bwallow-tail with a levy whisk.
Mr. Smith was now ushered into a family
sitting-room, with oak furniture covered in
green morocco, the ladies overwhelming him
with questions concerning the health of his
f unily, and with such volubility as to prevent
him from putting in a syllable of reply. Be
fore Mr. Smith had found an opportunity to
say a word its to his business, .Mrs. Brown's
sister left the room and returned with a
twelve pound baby iu hor arms. The baby
was very red in. the parts visible. The parts
invisible were enveloped in a wealth of white
jaconet, with needle-work trimming. Mrs.
Brown s sister was followed by a female Af
rican in a ploid turbiui, who carried a china
basin filled with cold water.
"We're nil ready, brother Smith," said Mrs.
Brown Mrs. Brown's sister at the same tlmo
placing the youngest scion of the Brown
inmuy in tne arms ot Mr. Smith.
"Ready; for what?'' asked Mr. Smith, as
he Jooked first at the baby and then nt the
basin, his eyes standing out with astonish
ment, like the eyes of a badly scared bli
ster "Foryou to christen our little Ferdinand;
he's named after you," said Mrs. Brown, with
her sweetest smile.
"Christen him, madam!" exclaimed our
commercial traveler, aghast with wonder.
"Certainly; Mr. Brown went for you this
morning, and I'm so glad yon came. Why
didn't Mr. Brown come in with you?" !
"Certiinly, sir," added Mrs. Brown's sister,
"and you may as well begin at once. Mr.
Brown has probably been detained by busi
ness, and will not return till late." -
Mr. Smith -could never say no to a lady!
He now thinks that in nil probability he
would hare gone Ahead and christened baby,
hut for one 'circumstance. 1 At that moment
Mr. Brown entered. Mr. Brown had iuel
returned in company with Re. "Ferdinand
amitn, ot Trumbull tJounty. 1
Grand tnblean. Mr. Brown looked nt Mr
Smith, of Philadelphia; Mr. Smith, of Phila-
uuiiiiiin, loaned a', -ur. nmitn, ot TrumDuil
County; Mr. Smith, of Trumbull' Countv,
looked nt the baby, while the baby looked at
an nanus anu set up a squnll. Mr. Brown
looked a second time at Mr. Smith, of Phila
delphia, the baby, and "that best basin," and
saw through matters at a glance. The next
moment Mr. Brown was rolling on the floor
inaparoxyism of laughter, while Mrs. Brown,
supposing htm to be in a fit, grew frantic,
and undertook to restore him to animation
by fanning him with the coal scuttle. Mr.
Brown recovered at the. expense of all the
buttons upon his jacket, and then explained
matters to Mrs. Brown, who hadn't yet dis
covered her mistake. Mr.. Brown next intro
duced the parties to each other, wouldn't
hear of our commercial friend taking leave,
aud finished up a pleasing evening by chris
teding the baby according to cauou. ,
Mr. Smith, of Philiidolphitt, terminated his
business in a satisfactory manner, and left on
the next day. He still shudders, however,'
when he remembers how narrowly he es
caped beiug pressed Into' ministerial func
tions. In order to prevent its repetition, ho
now sports a moustache.
Poetical Apotheosis of Napoleon.
The. Baltimorp Evening Patriot says In A
recent issue: , .. . i
i The most unmitigated desecration of gen
uine' poetic talent, that we have ever met
with, has recently been exhibited bv the nan
of this once most eminent of living poetesses..
one la a nupoieuiuei, 11 seems, mat IS, SUC
believes that the French despot, who has
crushed out the liberty of France, is thechild.
of God, in A good sense, nnd ' was raised up
by Divine Providence to bless tho French
Deonle in narticular and Riirnnn in crona!
oj the enemy of freedom; and uiaddepcd by
this plrrenzied idea, she has been inditing
some magnificent poems, so far as the versi
fication and imagery go, but aitterly execra
ble, when taken in connection with the milli
ons thonght that Niinoleon is a man after the
heart of otir Good God, and, therefore, is to
bo paid Divine honors, which she freely ac
cords to him! ,
1 here has been nothing like this abasiuo-
yaephancy since the days of Juvenal and.
Perseus, when men hastened to make brutes
oi inemsetves oetore tnose devils in human
Bhajie the Rpiuan Ciesars and actually
worshipped them as Gods. How any woman
like Mrs. Browning could, for a moment, be
defrunded and dazzled out of her sound judg
ment by the Iniquities of the Man of the
Tuileries, is utterly inexplicable. That God
will, overrule his tvruunv for the common
Eooa, no one doubts, but this does not make
ini a saint. ' ' . ,:,.,.,'
'Mrs,, Browning's health, . they say, has
failed. We want no more evidence of this
fact, and of Its disastrous Influence upon her
mind, than is afforded by her poems npo-
Ikuu .ln. K. Ik. nA '
" v "
Tnu PnTTnlf Pnnnnor n l.wa Wnai n T1.a
Value of the cotton manufacturinir industry
of the world is estimated at $000,000,000.
T-klntf the population of the world at 850,
000,000, every man, woman and child an
nually uses cotton goods to the value of
seventy cent Of the raw cotton produced,
the United States supplies more than throe
fourfbv The, value of raw cotton exported
from tho United States, In 1859, was about
100,000,000. : ' , , T
Th. Va-'imii or "Thuy Say." "Thev'will
say Anything and everything. "Tbey" have
said everything mean and despicable. "Thev"
say .'things that break up families, crush
Mauiui, uiigui uopes anu siuotuer wortny as
pirations. Whenever a man circulates a
slander, und give "Thoy" as his authority,
turn your back' upon hirav He means no
good, " '"" ; . , ,,'.,,. ,j ,,,., ,
CoyPLiOT or TniiTii im Krhob n and
tlien.it Is true, says Joremy Benthom, one
error may be, driven out for time, by n op,
posit arrort one piece of nonsense py Another
piece tif hdnkense: butforbarrino tLn rf. c. '
Jecaurtlly avnd forever against all error and All
aonsease, thero 'if' lwtliinj( like the simple
Destructive Fire in the Pines—A
The Mt. Holly (N. J.) Mirror of late date
observes: " '"' .'"
'A fire was raging in the pines In Burling
ton County, last week, to a fearful extent,
and of course, doing great damage. It started
at unrontown, nan-way ootween Ited Lion
and Friendship.. Its courso was acros to
Kx-Shnriff Dobbin's tract nt Retreat, from
there to Burr's Mill, thence by Brown's Hill,
toward Mingcn's, in tho vicinity of which
place it wits burning on Friday. The ex
tent of Its ravages at that time was a dis
tance of nliout six miles in length, by three
in breadth. . .,,,...
. The most, of the. timlwr that it passed
through wits of second growth, belonging to
General Irick, John S. trick, John Woorston,
S. A. Dobbins, W. H. Irick nnd others.
The fi re originated by some men, at Guron
town, burning over a few acres of meadow,
for the benefit of the spring pasture. It being
excessively dry, and the wiud high, as soon
ns the fire was kindled tho flames spread in
all directions, and it was impossible to check
or control them.
The fire, at the lust accounts, was' doing
considerable damage, and it is not believed
can bo fully extinguished while the present
dry. windy weather continues. .,
The Mnnnabawkin stage, on Its way to
Mount Holly, on Friday, met with a narrow
escape from the fire. Xhe driver, before he
was aware of it, found himself almost in the
midst of the flames.. The groat body of the
fire, however, seemed to be in advance of
him, nnd he turned around to make good his
escape, but ho had not, proceeded far before
the flames checked him in his retreat, nnd he
was obliged to pursue his journey in another
direction. ' . .."
In a short time he again found himself sur
rounded by the flames. He saw no other
course to pursue but to go straight ahead,
and urging his horses to their utmost speed,
hoped soon to be free from the devouring ele
ment. But when he was surrounded by the
greatest body of fire and smoke, his horses
became frightened and stopped, and it was
impossible to move them.. Hero they re
mained for a minute or two, the fire roaring
nnd crackling to a terrific extent, when Sud
denly, the smoke clearing away, the horses
started, nnd tho driver found that tho great,
mass oi ore nau croEsca me roaa A snort dis
tance in ndvance, and was making the most
fearful ravages in its track to the right of him.
He was soon enabled to get entirely out of
its path, and felt that he bad never before
been in so tcrriblo a position., At one time
It appeared to him that tho tiamna must en
tirely surround him und cut oil' all means of
escape. He had two female passengers, and
ns may be supposed, they wSro frightened
licyond' all description. .Fearing that they
would perish iu the fire and smoke, their
screams were frequently of the most painful
nature. , i , ..
! f -
Curious Instance of Alleged Seduction and
Abduction in Tennessee.
- The Nashville Banner of late date observes:
A somewhat mysterious account of a seduc
tion came to pur notice yesterday in tho fol
lowing manner: , A young and rather pretty
wemau who would give no other name than
that of "Mollis,." applied to one of the Deputy
City ..Marshals , yesterday, and implored, his
aid in the recovery of her child, which she
said had been taken from her. I Upon a cross
examination by the officer, the following his.
tory oi tne transaction woe Drought to light:
It was tho old fltorv. .. .l,ike uiauv ;other un
fortunates, she had loved not : wisely, it
seems, but too well. . She had listened once
too often to the syren . notes of the deceiver
had lingered too long near the witchery of
uiu Bvriivnia music, ana nau muen an easy
Victim mto the coils., She had lived in Will-;
i am son, she said, and , so had her betrayer.
Ho persuaded her to come to- Nashville, and
she complied, (and, by tlie way, thie is one of
tne causes wuy me list oi abandoned females
is so alarmingly on the increase to otir moral
city). She came to. Nashville on Wednes
day night,, and shortly afterward became a
mother.. , , r . :..i
Her betrayer, the father of her child, came
to her and obtained her consent to have the
child removed.., She was living then at a
house on Spruco-eitrcet, formerly occupied
vailed upon the officer .to assist her in recov
ering it, inq .oracor went, according to di
rections, ta a shoaniaknr;B ,in .Sainth 1a"t,.
villc, where he procured the child and re
9ioicu h to iia.iuui!itr, tne parties wno nad;
the child in possession stating that it had
been brought there te be taken care of.' Al
together, it is rather a singular case. . It not
often happens that the father manifests such
an attachment for "pledges of affection" tin
der such circumstances. That relation of
friendship i&morefrequeutly I'on the mother's
Side." i -1. .''
,., . , ..',)
' The 'Ah a wonda orToluxq BiluBird.
Among the highest Woods and deepest glens
of Brazil a sound is sometimes heard, so singu
lar that the noise seems quite unnatural; it is
like the distuntand solemn tollingof A church
bell struck at intervals, This extraordinary
noise proceeds from' the .Arawonda. The
bird sits nt the top of the highest trees in the
of a more solitary character, than the pro
found silence of the wnods, broken only by
the metnlic And almost supernatural sound, of
this invisible bird, coining from the air, and
seeming to follow wherever yoo go. Tho
1 ..wnna io n-kll . J 1
..v... ii, . HHo, aim. v.ii;ici ui I eu rUHBQ
its eyes; its size is about that of small pi geou.
Troops ton thb Wkst. The transfer 'of"
troops from New York and Newoort. for tha
department of the West, is not intended for
special Bcrvice. but only to fill un defii-ien.
cies in Fourth and Ninth Infnutry, and the
Third Artillery, scattered' about Washington
Territory, Oregon and'California. , Two hun
dred and eighty men; divided into four conr.
panics, are called for,' of whom about ono;
hundred and fifty will be supplied from Fprt
Columbus, and the others from New'York.
Thoy will leave New York oq Uia.ftPtfr Inst.
JoHB BBOWNM MsTIIO' Af ALBANY. A
John Brown meeting Waa held in Albany,
N. Y., a night or-4wo ago, In response to an
address from Hayti to eitiions of Albany,
congratulating them on. thai demonstrations
made in honor of the martyrdom of John
Brown. Messrs, Parken.i Pillsbnrys" A. M.
Powell, Rev, M, Miller, and others, addressed '
tlte meeting, and addresses to' the people ot
Hayti were adopted. i i. m ci.T . I
' ai i i i i ... -H..1J ,
Myutbriocs Murder. On Sunday morn
ing an irahmaa-fcy- the name of George
McUill, who had been working on thel'oplar
Plains and HillsboroughiTarnpike, 'near
Flemiugsburg,,Ky.y woo found dead, lying
Hut far trout a. ahanty near 1 the line, of the
rood, occupied by a Ueranut baaied Bob Wib
sou, . Several semro bruieea were disenvered
ou his heed and ouoof bjsarms, and there is
no rttjubthjft dwith was produeed by violence.
Rkuahkabub Ewu-kmbiit. A reward 'of
$1,000, by on injured husband,.) offered Ibr
Information thai will load ty, Die deWxlion of
a villain uamnd Steplin U.. Kennedy, evho
deserte4huj wife Jit: MlrlJb',. ,Tun. .some
days sjuce, taking wti .hpm his wit'eaiitlle,
duughter, six negroes, and a, 'rtunotHrlone.
idrs. Calhoun, alias Marion C. Hatch.. oLit j
., DktoaiBT nb GaiATmVa"NoirOtilVreab.
oeV "ty Coleridge, feanlongeo-exHrtWrti,
deouiti Xho'w-hoio faeulaieeof aiaat mntrt be
ewkf td in urtalci rUi Mdiir.ner AnerrSts;
ud hwhi(1M ia.ieiiaieAtlRs
but half hi being, selfiautilated, self-para-lyied."
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Three Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE NIAGARA.
: HALtriz, Saturday Kvenlriff, April 7. The
B.. M, atvumshin Aiavara. from Livermiol
at ten o'clock A. M. on the 24th nit.;' and
Qiteenttdwn the following day, arrived here
this evening At three o'clock. Tho screw
steamer Jiallteo was to leave shortly after the
Niagara, for Halifax. And New Yo.rk, taking
tne piace oi ine ura.. i
The news is important and Interesting.
The King of I Nardinia formally accepted the
annexation of Tuscany, and had signed a de
cree to that effect. ,
' Tho French army was daily quitting Lorn
bnrdy, and would occupy Savoy. The Cba
rtituliontl says this i not on account of any
coldness toward Sardinia, but because the in
dependence of Italy is irrevocably Assured.
The Sardinian troops had commenced tire
evacuation of Savoy. i
Tho French dispatch, explaining the neces
sity for the annexation of Snvoy, had been
published. It contained nothing new.
The proceedings in the British Parliament
were unimportant: Further progress had
been made with the budget, and the increase
tax hod been agreed to. .The reform bill had
been further debated.
The rentes were quoted nt Cflf. 30c ,
LIVCRPOOX. market. I l.i
' 'Market'' qniet. Consols closed on Saturday
at 04JiB4M for money, ViH for account. "
Tho London Timet, in an editorial, admits
that the annexation of Savoy must be quietly
allowed, but nt the same time denounces the
act as onertf spoliation and wrong, and in
principle as bod as a march on the Rhine, or
a suddon attempt on Antwerp.' It adds, that
it must leave upon all minds the conviction
that there is no safety except in - careful
watchfulness nnd armed preparation against
the attempt of. a sovereign who thus seizes
upon the possessions of a friendly power.
The Ex-Duke of Tuscany is preparing to
protest against his fate. ,
Austria. The agitation in Hungary con
tinues, and numerous arrests hod been made.
Fatal Affray in Boston.
Boston. April 0. At South Boston, last
night. John Foley was killed nnd two of his
friends wounded, one supposed mortally, by
Henry Thompson. The Foley party were
celebrating a wedding in A part of the Thomp
son House. They became noisy und riotous.
Thompson started for the notice, was nursued
and attacked, whoreupou - he stabbed his
mice assailants. . . ,.',.'.-:.
Philadelphia, April 7k The city is coir
sidernblr enlivened this eveniiifrbvthe torch.
light procession. Largo ratification meetings
are being held by both parties, as an opening
v. hjc piu nig municipal election. ; , ,,
PiTTSBi'Ro, April 0 M. River, eight feet
five Inches by the pier-mark, ana) rising.
Weather clear tond warm. H.a,r ihiinan
this. morning. . . . .. '
Fixed Value of a Wife's Affection.
'Conjugal 'affection does not rate high in
our goodly capital of Columbus!' OneRowers
was so unfortunate as to lose the regard und
the society of his voomr wife tJie former
being transferred to nn earlier lover, the lat
ter bestowed on her friends,, to the exclusion
of her husband. 1 Naturally Indignant, , he
uuiia auiviigu m mo law, ana iiroiignt an
action against the. lover, and his friend,
through whose conspiration such an unhappy
result was brought to now. Two trials- were
bnd; in tho first, the intelligent twelve re-
vuruea a. veraict tor tne sum ot 1,000. A
new trial' VWrJrdcrcd; new evidence put in,
and' the second verdict was only for $600.
What the mitigating circumstances were,
whether the love of the wife was proved to
be worth little, or whether it wosshown that
the husband had not appeared to value it at
a high rate while he had it, can not bcetated.
The melancholy-yet stern fact stands: An
Ohio jury have settled that $000 represents
the market value of a wifo's affection.
''-' '' '' ' ' ' : i :.''
Howa NKnno Boi-SHT HiiiSELP at A Dis
count. My friend asked Anthony Rox, a su
perb engine driver on the Ohio River, how
ho cafno to get free. "Whv. Massa Vincent.'.
my health was1 berry bud whon I wad io Ken-
tuckyn I couldn't d6 no kind 0b work; 1 1 was
ni Aivauu, twaajcB na union as-l ooBia, uo
to lioe my own garden and cat, de sass; and
de Missus' what owned me seo dat I -was a
mas'able nigger one of the ntfs'ablest kind.
So I said to . her, iisaua, I'm a mie'able nig
ger, and J un't .worth nothing, and I tink,
J-ou'd better sell me, I'm such a mis' able hig-'
ger.' Now. Massa A inccnt, I was such A poor
nigger, that Missus 'greed to sell mo .for a
hundred dckUars, and I 'greed to try to work
and earn de money to pay her, and IdidJ, and
my health has been gitfin better eber since,
and I specks I made 'bout nine hundred dol
lars dat time out of dat nigger. ; Wahl wah!
Jlaasa, Vincent."' . ,i I t M
Thb Fibbs 6 VBsuvittg. The Naples! cop
respondent of the Providence (R. I .) Journal
writes on the 10th nltj "Tho tires of Vesuvius
glow with as. intense an energy .aa ever,
although tho mountain is not at Dresent in
violent eruption Th new fissures at the
base of the old bone are filled -with a molten
mass which boils and rolls out in a unnncr to
strike terror into those who annnuu li nur
enough to frilly tako In the awful grandeur
f aiiHTm, At mgnt tne mountain ap
pears to be gashed with fiery scan, and by
day it is seen to be mantled with .horrid black
folds of lava, w hich stretch for miles down
it sides: ' Tne adventurous travelers who
now seek to make the ascent are nearly dia-
coumged by the' formidable obstructions
whirh these masses ot,, lay nreamt Not
withstanding this the mountain is every day
covered With parties eager to reach the top. '
. Ml" L' i aai : '
AsilBSI OB A CoHTKHPTiaLa RcnimnaHi. '
Th police authorities in Lowell. Mssli hava
arrested a wretch of a, man wbuomleesed to
m viupiuyeu, ill Belling docks, out was in
reality engaged in -enlicing Innocent girls
into Boston, for the purpose, 'of consigning
them to lives of nharae. i One- glrl .pf fiteeh
years fell into his grasp, but her friends took
the alarm and procured his arrest) and, he
was held in the sum of $1,000 fof trial.'
; ,. i i n; i.l i. It 'H' ,n
Washington Conmurial.Goshi. Tb lataat
topic is a ninrriage which is soon tn. take
place in high life, the parties being the . Hon.
John G. Bouligay, of . bousiana; And the
daughter, af qne of th wealthiesti-.ttietehaiitB
of that city. ' The Hon. Henry Edtnund
son, of V-irglnla. is charged also with the isri
nuuoii an teaaing to me' Hymeneal airor a
fascinating widow, who has been. ojourning
there for souio moub. j i ' '' '
1 , I , I.i !! . -V'l to "
8 Chabaotkr or Taut Couiuuk:. Mere.
physical insensibility to danger doc not con.
stitute oouiiairtu.ii Nearly all brave men nave
Jieen of finely orgonined nd,tlleeefcre nifv
Oils temperament, j uuua) t aiaar was nervous, .
erfA-As Bounparte, so was Nelson. ..The .Duke
of Wellinarton Saw a' malt' turn Tiale. as he
, marched mt tot A battery. ' - 'Thati1' lie said,
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Texas, rccenfiyjwent, in. purtuut of saneu lu
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rode home, and died two day afterward
from bi wound,
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cwfiil and popular Family So whin Machine now
At ottr Tarloti officea we aril at New York price,
and (five I n n tract Ion h, free of' charjre, to enable pur-chnp-ri
to new ordinary acauia, hem fell, qullta
rather, MthI and tnrk, all cm the same machine, aud
warnti.i l- itr inrw yar,
8end orcaH for a circular containing fall particu
lar, price, teatinaoniaitv etc.i
gr 1 -ay vt .ti an:1 ll r a it. at, tvi
Sewing Silk Agency,
1 W. FOrRTII-ST.,
. . CmtlNJiATI, OHIO, (UP SIAIB8.)
SHiifa, r. jfi 11 11 11 1 11 11 1 r. 1. , na 11.
DLKHH' Trani. Uraanzlne. JtrJlura- and dnool
Silk. . ,
Twist, Ncetllcs and Spool Cotton.
ATiSO-Jouret's. one-dime Hnool beat THBEa)
CORD MILK, exprewlr ror Hewlns Machines,
n ' 1 ' JOHN H. JOCVBT, Aaeat.
Til OM A8J0 UVET. i:, 1-0" " t felS-m
Ne. ii SF. WItG MAfnlNE...:.:
IT Ir WELT, TTNnKRSTOOB BT ItfANl'.
V ACTIIKKltM and all tliuaa wbo uw Ouiger'e Ma
ehlnea, that tttrr will do .
H GREATER VWltTY Of WORK. " ' " '
"" " '' mt 00 IIIOnE WORK! ND '
7i ii iJ ' wiu. DO IT IN BETTER STYLE
Than can be done on anr other Machine. BlNU-
Elt'S FAMILY MAOUIMEg, 53 and ft 9.
. aVerClivctnuatt OlAeai No. at cmtraet.
. maW-ar i . JA8, WKARDON, Aaeat.
' OAS-BtTKNINO, BMOKI-CONSUMINO
COAL COOIflNG STOVE
"! .'.'.foije' sizes''
; ... . ... .-V. I' .
. aaT-Wurranted to give aati.factiou'W
" MANUFACTUKED ASD FOR BALB BY
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & CO.,
1 ;- No. Id t 21 East Serjond-t.,
JaU-tf ' CINCHtttATr.OHl".
B.'KITTREDOE & CO.,
"ic.i i J34 ATAYN-ST., crN.'i O. ''
KITTREDGE & FOL.SOM,
C : S3 Su tiaraaa-aa, New Orleaaa, La.
. . laiwavaaeor. -in, , .,,
O una nnd SparUns .A.ppaxttaB,
''aMO DSALRM IM OVNroWDBB.
II. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MAN1TFACTVRERS OF BAR, SHEET
and Btiiler Iron, Plo Hliiba, Railruad Spikp,
eta. AUo, agrnU Tur the nle of I roe ton Htar KaiU.
Wareruoua. fto. IU Eaat Hvcoudtrnvt. Cincluaart,
OiiWi. " "
H-aT"AH kinds Iron made to order. . .
J. J. BUTLER'S
EXCELSIOR FLITID ITilS
Manufactory, 39 Vlne-ttreet,
' LEENDERT, BYL, '
BTIt.FANEIt OF SlNKeJ AND VAtLTS,
LV Nu.UU eiathtreet, lietwaaaTiueamd Jtace, iu
Him tl..,lii-n1 rullnBH. iTiiuilniuiti. (llilo. t'eraona wbo
may faror htm with thairratronasecaa rely on pane,
tufklitr and jkiw pricaa. , ,L aopf-air
Saddle, Trunk nd Harness
" MANtrPACTORY, '
10'i' Maln-atreet, thre doara aheve Third,
KFFFON RAND AND MAKE TO OR.
HtB ail klnda al Hon TTaaptnea, la the beat
and luimt auliatantial aianner. Alao, a laraa aaaort
nientia Horae tflankete, Whipa, Carpet and Leather
Baaa, Bridle Bite, Boftato Rubea, Valiaoe (tlie real
aole-leather!, Mull Tinaka, Bpuuaf. and a laraa aa
aortinent beloiigin io thiallue. t will self aa low aa
uinuna. j-. .,a..; t. t-r. i
n e ctDDirr
I. '.Mt v" ,VO''"'Vl
. Inoln-ayl , .
.lt J-ivi :0V'Att.;lB0BtPtroHA. ' '
': 1 : 1 if. Flfth-itreet;
than elaewbara in the city. ' in i . Ma-cm
auctioneer; m stock ano iil brcker,
" ' 98 Third-It., Baaenwnt Maaonie BuHiiln.
STOCK rl AND BON Ds BOrttHT AND
aiild un oomntiaaiou. Mercantile l'aaernnd Loane
nejj.,llte4, ISutea, IHylOuuiir all ,tt(iat Coupon
AUOt'lOM 8ALKA of eMooka,BeaaWaaal Xetata
te. lOh 'any da required. ,
lae-lai paUMtaWl ana pgima apni ......
tlclted. , mi. ; ,1 i -ili i.li J
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Hired y AltTI
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lilila. unit Ha. 21 f.M lVrlr.,i,
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elmular. ' '- ferJ-tT .
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f.,r.ld ftal'uie). '.-Ataoiela K.rfal.le Jteaia Ka
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