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rricii no. 14 wnsr founts mm.
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0 I H C 1, N H A T I
8ATUBDAY .7;;..7.. OCTOBER'
Important News.
The telegraphic column, "Vrill ' ) i'uuntl
moro than ordinarily- Interesting tins morn
ingparticularly the intelligence from Pike'e
Peak, from Washington andlfbw York.
Departure of Missionaries.
The bark 0ci Eayl left JTework, Tues.
day, for the Llberiu tout.. She has on board
it passengers a number of missionaries, among
whom are the Rev." Walter Clark) of Milborn,
S. T., and the Rev. M. L. St. John and wife,
nf Marietta, Ohio, destined for the mission at
Gabboon, under the dirsotlon'ofthe American
Board of Foreign Millions; Hiss M. Melville,
of Washington, D. C; Mine H.C. Rolf, of Lex
ington, Mo., and Miss L. L'. 'K. Spaulding) of
Lawrence, Miss., who will be connected with
the Protestant Episcopal Mission; and the Bev.
0. loomls and wife, who will proceed to Cor
sieo, under the direction of 'the Trashy Urlan
Board of Missions. .. Before the vessel left her
anchorage in the North. Elver, interesting
services irere held in her oabin, when addresses
were made by the Rev. Mr. Scott, Bew J. P,
H abbari and others. The services were solemn
and yet Interesting. ' - -
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Special Dispatch to the Penny Press.
ST. Louis, September 30.
Ohio Ahead. Joe Cooper's "Stookbridge
Chief," of Haajilton Coantv, took, the thouiani
dollar premium. fwenlvtwo entries
"Prinoeis," "Flora cTempJe',' .and "Iko
Cook" have been leoured to trot on the Cin
cinnati Courro, Thursday or Friday. . r
J. D. C.
The St. Louis Fair.
ST. LOUIS, September 30.
and reudercd the roads to the fair grounds
worse than yesterday, still the' number of
v isitora was as croat as any previoustlay.
The Droceedinirs in tho arena beean at an
early hour, and the balance of. yesterday's
programme was unisu.ea,
This - afternoon U10 . ampnitneater wag
densely crowded with -anxious .spectators) to
wituess the competition, for, the $1,000 prize
for the best roadster1 stallion...' o.J- t
This ring consisted of forty entries, and
thero woi probably the best anoj most valua
blo collection of roadsters evier assembled
together in thd'eouutry, . , ' '
After a spirited contest of about an hour,
during which ; the' merits- of the different
borscs were fully tested, the bluo vHsath
hung on tho' graceful neck of "Stc. i.u'idge
Chief," amid the , vociferous applause of the
nnthusiastio thousands. "Stockbridgo Chief"
Wis sired by Hill's "Black-Hawk, of Ver
mont, and owned by Messrs, Cooper ft Oeairi,
of Hamilton County, Ohio.' .
Tho regular, prize of $1J0 for tho best road
ster was awarded to "Green Mountain," sired
by "Shormnu Morgan" and owned by Elias
itorsey, of Joflcrson County, K v.
This horse was the most formidable competi
tor of "Stookbridge Chief," for the $1,000
premium. To-morrow the 1,000 premium for
thorough-bred stallions will be awarded, when
a large number of the finest horses in the
TJnion, inoluding the celebrated Lexington,
will compete for the prize. 7, " ;
In consequence of the inolemeat weather, the
progress of the fair was ranch retarded and the
awarding of the sweepstake prize was postponed
till Monday.
Washington Correspondence.
Washington Correspondence. NEW YORK, September 30.
Tho Uerald't Washington correspondent
says: ' " 1 ? 1 - 1
Minister McLune had' a long' interview
with the President and Secretary of State to
day in regard to Mexican affairs. Some ad
ditional intelligence' haft beon roceivod here
eince our Minister left Vera Cruz, but mat
ters there are unchanged. ; ;: ; -
A pamphlet will appear ia a few days,
written under the supervision of Senator
Douglas, in reply !i:- the Tecent orticle-of
Judge Black', Wjiich caused Douglas's sudden
return to" this "city."- His1 Wends are much
hiinoycd at his -exhibition of ill-temper. in
bis private speech. - -
The President contemplates in tho course
of a few days a brief visit to Wheatland.- .
Should the Postmaster-General return to
morrow he will probably leave here on Sat
urday, .if- !,:., :-
The President will remove from Soldiers'
Home to this city ou Saturday.
The fear of the 'failure of the contractors
for carrying the nails via Nicaragua, con
tinues to give much. uneasiness .to Govern
ment officials hero. '-" - ;'' '. ' - 1 0
Ou Wednesday last Aexistant Postmaster
Generals King and Dondaa held a long eon
eultation with theFreaidonCupon the aubjeot.
Arrival of the Utah Mail—Later from
Pike's Peak.
LEAVENWORTH, September 30.
Ihe Utah mail arrived hereto-day. The
Denver City express, with dates to the 22d.
hist, also arrived, brhigUig $5,000 in dust. ' (
lit increase of crime ia and about Denver
City and Auroria had become alarming, and
demanded prompt action for its suppression. ,
The .State organisation movement has been
defeated by three thousand majority. , r -.-Some
fraudulent voting is alleged.' -The.eleotien
for delegate to Congress oomos
off early in Ootober. c General Larimer is a
prominent candidate. X ' ,. , , " "'
A hunting party of Arrapahoes had returned,
reporting a contagion among the bafialo, kill
iugtham by thousands, 4 I ;'V
Proipecting had penetrated , to the head
waters of the Blue, a tributary of the Colorado,
where leads have been disoovered. f
Later from Mexico.
NEW ORLEANS, September 30.
Advices :fren Mexico. state that the defeat
of the Liberals voder General Doblato at Leon,
by Oaneral WoU Is eenflnnej, . General Woll's
forces were dieimated. i.. ji.-,
. Seneral Mlrauon had re-established the de
cree issued by Santa Anna faM, proWblttag4
foreigners ftentea Using, AtaxJQQ IP arjn na
invading designs anaer penfltv of death. ' . '
Oaneral Alrarea was pfeparlag ia march on
the eity of M ex loo with- six- thousand well
armed urfajittyyjarr aid aarMljety-'
NEW ORLEANS, September 30. New Foundland Affairs.
NEW ORLEANS, September 30. New Foundland Affairs. BOSTON, September 30.
Ihe St, Johns Ntie$ of Wedmadaj says (hat;
the pebpl 6f ITeW-f(mntnana' arr-ioontag xi
inn.l ib.eoii ct.tie Commliflon'ai)-
nointad bv the Trenehj jwd. EoiUah GoTera-
menU, in relattobihe fuherles. .
They will reiiJ',s)i jMroaehmeats upon
their loll or Ashing grounds, even if the Home
M vwmmen maaw ma aiw
The Cricket Match.
The Cricket Match. MONTREAL, September 30.
- fill second march, was dedded War la
fbvevof united all Eeglael aad live Oanadiau,
iM Big iaaT first bmlnc wan ninety. '
fe Kof Ush erioketers will leave to-morrow
sjmlng for New York.
Additional Foreign News—Arrival of
Additional Foreign News—Arrival of the Asia.
NEW YORK, September 30.
u
The steamship Aim arrived kera at mid
night. Her dates are to Saturday, the 17th
Inst., and have been anticipated' by the Cir
tattian, whioh arrived at St. Johns on Tuesday
last.
The following are the latest reports of the
Liverpool cotton market: Messrs. Stottesfahl
report the market dull and heavy,' the' trade
continuing to limit purchases in an account
able manner. They reduce the quotations for
the better 'description ef American Ys&; and
these are still unsaleable exoept at a further
decline.
Messrs. Clare 1c Sons lav that the' market is
inactive, but without ohange as regards eligible
lots of Amerioan; theprloei of inferior qualities
somewhat favor buyers. ,
Messrs. Kearsley & Co. quote a decline 01
l-16d. en useful sorts.
' Messrs. Drake, Kleinwort'A Co. quote good
stapled qualities steady. The other qualities,
both above and below, are tower. Sandy Cot
tons are almost unsaleable.
' The imports of the week amount to 23,500
bales. The quantity known to be at sea is
32,000 bales, against 39,000 bales last year.
Messrs. D.,K.& Co. quote middling Orleans
at 7d., others say 7d.
The London Daily Newt states that the
Government has decided on dispatching
several additional steam frigates and corvettes,
toicetber with a sufficient number or sailing
frigates to augment the squadron in China, and
to at onoe send a military force from India.
It is also expected that a force of one thou
sand additional marines will be dispatched to
China. '
The London Tuu e says there il ab out five thou
sand rather wrong headed soldiers in the vicin
ity of Calcutta, waiting a passage, home and
the object should be to dirort them from the
Wedt to the East, assuming, howevor, their re
engageinont impraotioable. ' -
There is still in India a force large enough
to overoomo the mighty Chinese Empire.
Conflicting accounts are pubiisbed as to tbe
state of the London builders' strike, but it is
evident that great numbers of men are resum
ing work under the non-society terms proposed
by the masters.
It is officially announced that tbe Ureal m
n will leave Portland. Weymouth, on her
trial trip en tbe 8th of October, instead of the
17th of September, and finally sail from Holy
head for Portland, Maine, on the 20th of poto-
tober, iastead of tbe 2Utn or beptemoer.
This delay of three weeks is the time in
which Mr. &ott Bussell ogntraots to repair the
damage occasioned by the explosion, and to put
the vessel la the same condition that she was
in when she sailed from tho Thames.' -'
' The contraoi. however, does not include any
repairs whioh the boilers may bo found to re
quire, and, although they apparently sustained '
. . 1 . r .? n Vmm
no aainuge, an lavwujjtibigu ,10 bi. iu u
shown that the internal stays of the boiler
mast have either been displaced or greatly
weakened, 10 that the boiler runnot be safely
used in its present state. .
Lotters from Rome state that tho health of
the Pope was almost entirely restored.' The
Austrian party is represented as triumphant in
Naples, and no reforms are to be expected.
A new anti-reform Ministry was spoken of.
The great land owners and others in venetia
had signed an address, to the Emperor of Aus'
trla. nravina him. to takeoff tbe additional
Wirtai, as the annual revenue from tbe lands
cannot support such. Heavy Duruens.
The War.jnChisa. An eye witness, in a
a letter to the London 2Ymc, thus speaks of the
Americans:. "I oannot end without referring
to one' matter that, in oonneotton with this
battle, should be ever remembered were we
children of the same mother we could not have
received more sympathy and kindness than we
met with from the Americans. ' ' ."'
' Never were men more unwillingly neutral."
As we passed in to the assault, Flag-offloer
Tataatl was beaid to kay, "Blood is thlokor
than water," and in a hundred different ways
be and all his people, to the very cabin-boys,
acted up to this holy proverb. When he heard
that our Admiral was wounded, at great per
sonal risk, he went on hoard the Corwormif to
aeehira. 1 j,, .. ,'.. '"'.' : '
Many of ' our men slept la the American
tender on the night of the fight. Cigars,
ebffee,' brandy, everything a man could want,
was placed before them. The American crew
forgot themselves and thought only of the
British. , 7, V .'.
' t '': - '
Boiler Explosion.
NEW YORK, September 30.
A boiler in Girard Hotel exploded this
morning, tilling two mer The explosion
took place about six o'clock this morning with
a fearful crash, instantly killing John O'Con
nor, a plumber, and injuring the fireman, John
Collins, to suoh an extent that his recovery is
considered impossible. The' boiler was situa
tedinthe basement, and the whole building
was shaken by the explosion. A barber shop
on the first floor was literally blown in pieces,
the floor and .furniture' being thrown together
in a heap or rums. '
Two barbers, sleeping' In their chairs, were
thrown up to the celling, but escaped unin
jured. The marble floor of the building was torn up
in several plaoes. "In the room below there is
also 'a mass of ruins.' Tbe windows were
broken and everything piled up prointsououslyi'
. At the time Of the accident there was a
quantity of water in the boiler, which the en
gineer supposed rendered it safe, and the cause
of the catastrophe is not known.
Another small boiler in the same room also
exploded. .
Pennsylvania State Fair.
PHILADELPHIA, September 30.
The Fair grounds were crowded to-day to
witness the trial of the first-class steam firo
englnes. The Hibtmfa and WuiMngton both
nlaved well, but accidents to both deprived
them cf giving a fair trial, and the result of
the contest is in dispute. W'aihington was
built in Baltimore, and the Bibernia in this
oity. The engines built in New York have
failed. -'' 3 -' .. , 1 .., .
The Fair closed this evening and all interest
was centered in the awards of premiums.
There has been a warm eompetitlon in sew
ing machines. The Committee have awarded
the first premium to Mesars. Ladd, Webster &
Co. ... .. , '-
. An auction sale of the goods on show was
had this afternoon, and fair prices were ob
tained. ..
The weather has been propitious during the
week, and the Fair, altogether, has been a per.
foot success. '.. . ." . " - '
The Case of Bishop Onderdouk.
NEW YORK, September 30.
.' At the meeting, of the Convention
yesterday, the question of the reinstallation of
Bishop Onderdonk was brought up. On
resolution requesting the House of Bishope to
take aotion on the suspension ef the Bishop,
to modify tbe same 10 as to limit ' it to a certain
time, a very.-exciting debate ensued; in which
Bishop Potter and Drs. Hawks Tyng, Anthon,
and others took part. The; Convention ad
journed without action, . ' , :
It la rumored that a majority of the EdUco-
pai Convention has expressed favorable to the
restoration of ex-JJishop Onderdonk..' ' '
Later from Havana.
NEW ORLEANS, September 30.
The'-stedmBliiTx' Plulcidetokia with advices
frwn Havatoato the I7thL inst., arfjyed lore.
to-day.' Li ;) mi ?r. "''' '':,
all was' rumored at llavana that General
.Concha would he reliovcd 'some time
KiivAinlur bv uoncrai Eevaao. - -
.' The. stoct of ugar at Havana ambuntci t
170,000 boxes, .Tilolaacs '. generally dull.
Freitthta wofo (wprovine. Sterling exchange
dull at:tWkM-.;Bl1wge on Now
York 3(gi5c. premium. ,', '. ' " -v
Texas News.
NEW ORLEANS, September 30.
LAvrnM -frnirt' Tatu atA,A' that . Vf alnr
Neighbors, Indian Agoni at Belkrrtft wot
killed or)' the 16th inst. bytwo-of thoresidonts
,jf that place, Irlio, at the latest dates, had not
obeen arrested. ' ! ' -.
: The yellow foTOi wat raging at BroWMV
and for thirty miles above.
From Washington.
Washington, September 30.
" The President has recognized Wilhelui
Ludwig Kiderlen as Consul tor tho Kingdom
of Wurtemburg, at Philadelphia.
The recent casting of the principal portion
of the equestrian statue of Washington, by
CInrk Mills, having proved a success, a rustic
pedestal Is to bo constructed, upon which the
work of it is to be elevated at a bight of forty
feet. " " "7"
The pluco seloctcd by Iho President is at a
very remote part of tho city, but Congress
may see the policy of locating it at a more
central one. .
The 22d of February will probably be
designated for the inauguration of the statue,
and Senator Hunter is spoken of for the
orator on tho occasion. . - . ".
Mr. Llsboa, the new Brasillan Minister, ao;
companied by bis family, nas arrived nere.
Arizonla dates to the 15th Inst, have been
received here. The presentation of articles
purchased for the Plmos and Maricopa Indiana,
undortheaot of Congress of February last,
was made by Lieutenant Mo wry on the 10th
ult. Between four and five thousand Indians
were present, and about two thousand forming
implements, several thousand pounds barley
and other grain, for seed; axes, Ac, besides
several thousand yards of cloth, with calico
shirts, tobacco and beads were distributed.
The reason of these largo presents was ex
plained in a speech by Lioutcnaut Mowry,
and in reply the Chief expressed great eatis
faction at the kindness - of their "Great
Father," tho President, and promised to con
tinue in the mood conduct whichhad brought
.them so groat a reward. . : ,,
The .t'eniss and Maricopa inaians culti
vated this year 15,000 acres, and have sup
plied tho Overland Mail Company with large
quantities of grain. It is expected that noxt
year their crops will bo largely increased
through'tho facilities given thorn by the gov
ernment. ": ''-
The Lost Balloonist.
WATERTOWN, N. Y., September 30.
Professor La
Uttlo ferthor. He was last seen in the town
of Pilcairu, St. Lawronco County, fifty miles
due north-cast from here, at a supposed alti
tude of five miles. He was going due East
with great velocity. Mr. Morrison, of Troy,
his agent,' purposes instituting a thorough
Search for him. c i.i j .:, j. . ,
Later. Lamountain's .balloon, has boon
seen at Harrisville, Lewis County, passing
over the Now York wilderness, going due
cast at a great elevation.' A reward of $1,000
has boon, offered for tho discovery of tho
bodies aliva, and $500 if dead.. A party will
go to tho woods to-morrow Ja j nstitutej a
"';;:' .y-oj .':iii Hi ,ri n'iJ.iJii'i i;.
Congressional Nomination.
ST. LOUIS, September 30.
'The Republicans of the Sixth Congressional
District of Illinois, have' nominated John M.
Palmer to fill the vacancy occasioned ' by the
death of Col. Harris.
: The National Democratic State Central
Committee of Illinois, has called a Convention
to be held at Springfield on the 10th of Janu
ary next to choose delegates to the Charleston
Convention. - ' '
Kansas Polities.
LEAVENWORTH, September 30.
Hon." Anson' Bnrliogame addressed the peo
ple here to-night, and will probably participate
in the canvass for delegate to Congress.' "
SPECIAL NOTICES.
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WIIOIEMALE BUYERS will
flud In our Jobbing- Department a stock of
' HATS. CAP&
- . ..-AND-..; 1 " . ; -
Quite as attractlvs for varletr, cheaimeae and adapt
ation te tbe irantaof Westera Xrada, as can be found
in.anyaterii'eftabUibineiit.. , . . '
. We have a large and desirable stock. , Werch.aU
will and It to their advantage to give us a call, , . ,
WM. DODD &CO., .;
'"'."" L ;1 44 Maoix;stxeet '''
loel.-j- li .7. 1 Kaetslde,belowFoMrth. .,
SPECTACLES.;
:'. t!he BEST use. ; ',;
WITH MY IMPBOVED- OPXOMB-
TEH. I meaiure the focus of both era
ui neltutOUuiaestUutjiut ndtthe cnndltiun of the
sittiii. i warraut my upoctacies v give satisiaciion,
CALIi AND TltV 1'HaM. ; . , . . -
C HENRY WARE, (Optician,!;
Ko. 1 West Tourth.street.'ojSpositis the iiijrli Steeple.
N. D. I.arffo assortinentof Optical, Phllesophliul
and Uatbeuiutlcal lustrumUtlwaytOD hand. . '
, . . ucl-ai .. ... r . . ,
1ATEST, GEN T1EHE
will be gratified Lyan examination of our
DrMsHntsnow in style. Wo niuke tho finest Hats
for the price asked that can bo found, nritl gnaraatce
OUr - . ,'..'.': ! -.. '.; ,il .
-''"' . ,FOUB DOLLAJ aX ., ; , ,
To lie equal tujhe "Best Huts" sold for t hatprice auy
wherii Bast or West. , . . . ., DUDD I 00.,' ,
ocl-avt HI Malu-stiect, enatsiile, below Fourth,''.
OPPOSITION MEETING AT
' Vtfth-itrMit MiLrketMni. MONTlAV
niuur, uciouer iion, Rainnei uuiioway,oi uo
lnrabuu; Hod. A. P. Stouo, of Columbus; Hod. Will
(Jumback, of Iniliaun, ntid oilier good speakers, will
aJUrmii the peoale, Ooiuo nut aud hear tueni,' ,t-
J)y order of Jixocutive C'ouiuiittoo. , .
, JOSEPH ftlXi '
ocl ('hnlrrnan ofOfpoeltloB E.n. Coin.
THAT DK. ROBACK'8 SCAN
UIMAVfAN Blaod Pills and rtlood Pliri.'
for are a positive cure for Dystwwia is proved bir
numerous tostiuionlaU in tho Doctors roaeeiislon,
which cun be examiuod ut hit office, So. 6 Tmi
ronrth-iitret, by any one al anytime. 1 ocl -am :
NEW JERUSALEM TEMPLE.
The Ror. O. t iri, vill cnrnmimrw 11 MiirM
of popular lootnrps TO-MOBllOW BVKNINS. Hub.
ject-"TUe Hecond Coming of tbe liord':. Hvals free.
oi!i-a) . .. . .
' LADIES' SHELL TUCK-
COMBH. Juit reoivml. fnrthAr .unnlTnf
entirely new pattsrns, by ,,
euiiUH rniiMKn, Agent, '
SepM-tf - v... No.aBWesti'ourth.streeL-
PALME R'S COLOGNE
WATRIt in nraferrvd manv to the bent
imiHirted artiole. It id alrtmntlr nut tin In bottlm of
various aiiee; also, in plain botvlo, to replenish, tLoos
of a more eostiy character. .......
' - millWKir UIII lai.. rn
sep28.tf Manufacrnrar and Importer of Perfumery,
PALMER'S EXTRACT" OF
BOSK BKANIU 4e- conildrl van
nnobyewry ope that liw tried it. Layers of Hue
I'ertuniory are invitoa locan ana tent lis irooa luull-
ties. ' ' SOLON PALM Bit, -Agent,
Hanufacturer and Iniportarof Perfumery,
sep2-tf " , "o. BC West Funrth.stwt.
PALlh'EB's) VEGETABLE
COHMHTId LOTION In the mat skin du-
liUer of tue ax.. If your face, bauds, feci, arran,
Iceii. or orhr nnrm of votrr Iwnnn urn dlwaafld. this
Lotion will euro yon by a tuit applications. An es
perionceof twetveryeitrs JiaHprovod thli fact.' ..
. .: SOLON PALJIEIt, Agent,
Iep2arlf ; I..""- Mo. : Went FTinrtlintrwt. .
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
in.
.. .
bv Liia District Asaeasnm.'ia now onen fbr exanilna
lion. aHka Ootuity Andlior's oJBce. to wbKibaMm-
tlon is dtrecUMl. If any tomnlaint lvto lb nimle, tbe
same should ne in writing, ami previous to too roqrtn
Monday in October, ISO'Vafter-Wbtcbuo complaint
Will be received.
Syonlerof IheDoanlotlCiiusUzatlon. ... 3 '
. eepK-tt. ;Y.'T r:. y-r??
times, KhtjnTrer, 'laifett, Commercial, VoI1nrblt
. .and Volkafreund copy .1 -. -,-. rci
.:
fiKENNUS MEDlCAIi IS-
iffS? . OOVEUV Is acknowledavd by the most em
fnent physicians, and by the most rawfal druairlats
thronKhont (lie unttel BtaU., to bet beniontefcciual
bliiod-purlflor ovnr known, aud to have relieved more
suiferliig, and elfoctwl more permanent cures, this)
any preparation known to the profession! rjcrofala,
Halt itheoah Krysipeiae, Ucl4,lieadr aculy wuptioua
of wbataooVar naturo. amoured by a few bottles, and
IBS system rearoreo toiniimrenstn anil vigor, roll
and explicit Ulrociioo for theenreof ulcerated sore
legs, and other corrupt anil run nliic ulcers, is ftveu in
the pamphlet with ecbbottlQ..Fo?aal by JOU.1 D
FAHK, SLIKK. rJOKHrSlN ft OUH and OBUROSI
M. DIXON. Prices.. sepli-ay
MARRIED.
KORP-ftAOO.-Septombor 89, br
F kDd.ni. A. H. Korp to M l Nnr Vhungrt ls
city, at the resiikncs of her uuolo, Vm. H. Siorrls,
Jit. Adams. t - . - ; . ' 1 . -!t
MOOEl-JtOllOAJf-Tbureclajr, th lost., at the
rMldiiccof the Lrldc'i brother. Geo. C. alorm.br
ltv. Dr. Whlto, Jlr. W. r, A. Moore to Wins fcllia
lrijlurgnni U o1' Mils city,- v
DIED
BAl'MAXSptembrM,t o'clock A. M.,ln this
elty, tn -th;itfli ar of biaac. Peter tJatunan. a ua-
five of Iiaooiutor, renn., aud a resident of Ciuclu
natl since WIS. . ' " .' . ', "
Frltndi of the IWmilr In Itod to attend, the TO-.,
neral from hie Into residence, 499 Firtli-streeot, Mon
day, October 3, at 2 P. M. '
SboD'S; Blackkiry Carminative,
' ., A SA, A8T AB pryEOTTAL OUU, IO '.
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, Ac.
. . "Tweut?-flve cent per botUVSPSi I '. 1
...... . GEO. M. DIXON.Drnfglst,
1 auJ)-cm w 1 ' tJoruoroX Fifth aud, AUiu-etresta.
Opposition County Ticket.
i-' For JadgeoflW Court of Common Pleas:' ''
' i:WaT.'U.9IXON.-" ' .'''" ' '
1 Tor Dlrectdr or County lnflnnarr:'
j. ' :' K. L. MC CHMOBK. '' " '"
.For Members or the BtalB Board or Kiualltnllun:
.: f , JOHN f. XOBBKNCB,
U-rj;; 8AHTJUjB.KXI0,i e.i . ......
1. ', . n: O.O.HAYS. ...,,;;
:'.''.!! ii TorTnuaurer: .-.y.
it. ii ' .-Mi! ROBEBI i :, -.
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CITY TICKET.
. A :ii Fot: Jimilcesof th.Peatu . H-ta-
. F. H. KAEriB, 1 j,i ,,, 4 i;;;,;';-,
.w H.H.8oan,LX2.,,-
Opposition State Ticket.
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Fur State Senators:
W. 8, BDEEOWE8,
. V. L. 1EONABD,
BEJAMI EQQLE6TOM,
For State BeprosentatlTes:
Dr. WJl.B. DAVIS, ',' ; '
OTJ6TAVE TAFEti, !
W. Gt. CBlPrKS,
JEFTBA QABBABD,'
JOHN U. OOOHBAJi, l ,
. WMVFLOBU, iu--.-im.,P
7,11.) ,',UL.
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U 'Si Ol'l!.ll
JOSKPH OllLJT.
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Democratic County Ticket.
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(1EO. W. UOLME8, Spencer Tp.;
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Hmineof Knresntatlve: t 'H Jb'V
WM.'Jl FLA9a,lty;J l'-o uomq a
JOHN SOI1 ir F, Delhi Tt ; ':
josbph -30s,GW"ii '.sji :.
PATB1CK BOSBB8, Oltt -'1 wi; ni
J. F. VTBIGHT, Bprlngfleld Td.iT v ixi
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v DBi WM. JOHBB, Sycamorelp, j'
.' it. : WM. 8. J ISC P, HarrisJB Tt.
i. .cii -Board of Equalisation: .tUu,..., -X
OB. U A'ATTIBBi Oityjj,,,. ; i', .
vi :,. I&BAXIi BBOVN,BycmoroTp..,, .
it J. DAN JOXS, Oolambia T,t; :
idycv i . Ootmty Troasnreri , .,."?
i an, DB. E, p.OBOOKSHAMK.Qrera p. '
; t;;r. Jaugeol lurt (Jommoaf le: LJ
i & . n;i isAAO c. QoijiiKS, qtir.af,''j.
vis :
ih,.o voamy vommiuioDon . .
i ui Jt JOBS N. BtDGWAT, City.
.. ); : Director of Infirmary: ,
ii,,) hiXXiVt BBN.GneflTp'; 'l' V
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h. BOWBKAMf 18 A CANDfi.
detefor. reflection to' tbs office of ifnetiee of the
Feaee..,. - .u. iiv..;aepl3U.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
MISSES BAIRDf
118oA: W est Fourth-street,
THE ' ATTENTION rOFTHE
J. ladies to their ae'and extensive etook of.
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Dress Trimmiiigs.
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'. r, i EMBROIDERIES, V'"!'
IiAOIB GOODS,
' ; C LO A K S N D '3 H AW L',
HOOFS SKIBTS, t in niarketl 'J?'
SHKLL COMBS, plain cV Inlaid yltb oltl
nAiu, ra, neyreiyiei . , , ,
SHETLAND VAII.S) !' T, :l
POBT-MONNAIE8,MJBIKS? " ''
HEAD DKESSliSt e- .-i;ii ,,j.s .,;
KID GLOVES, BBIDAL AN8! ),( ,
NKTTS FOBTUB JBEADf ..j vi .. :t,.;
And a areat variety of ranoy Ooods. which we offer
: .j . , at LOW PRICKS. .,:( ,.,: ,,,
' misses" BllBt)!,
11H .West Fonrtli-Mreet,
a' 'A. Between Viae and Bace.
oclaw
FUEL COMPANY,
DEALKRS IN 1HH BEST . QUALITIES
i of various kinds of Coals sold itthia market,
Office No. 103 Xust 1 liirU-ntrect. Orders solieltod and
promptly attenaett to.; w. ai. uuuujbiLib, set'y.
' v,rNKl'Itl!PB ;COAlV.-The vorybostin the mar.
ket for coal xipkinf -stove, now rccolvinK frrsb from
sue ninos, anu iot eaie ai av, ios inira-iirrer.'
yOUCHtOflHAHT COAL in Yard sad for sale
,j(o. lojuaatmiru-iiiroei. . ...a ; ,,,
CANNF.I, OOAI,. Prime article, and burn with,
ont mapping, in Van) and for sale at IK) Ktut Third'
atrses - ...,t i . ,-,:, .':.:,
HABTFOHDUITY COAL, freebfroui themirjea.
rorsaioai o. iia xuira-aireei. . . uci-c
i ! (Engli8li Castor Oil.
URE ' AJTD . 1ASTELES8 FOR. 6A1B
J IDDOtties, ny
ar.n. m. hivriN. nmrvut. .
' ocl -aw
Nontb-eMt corner of fifth anOIaln.
; r-twrd'a liniment. 7
a Jupply;.'oit this celebrated
Jim. ' Liniment emuitantly on bar
; ocl-aw , . Kortb-east corner of s'iftb and llaln
; Dixon's -Vegetable pills. ;r
THESE FILLS ' ABE ' COMPOSED
VIBttiT of vccotable substance. Tbey are"
aiigar-ootiteil, aud superior to any other for HesdSjClro
,'iiOcl-avr'" Kortb-east corner of Fifth ahdMafa."
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Axle Grease.
, 'PATENT"1' AXLB t3BE48E
1 The ehMftcat and best Q raise for earrlaketw
wagona, carts, Ac. For sale by
OBt. M. DIXON. Brnekisf.l;,'t
i ocl-awi-r. N4ntiatoortfor Flfillsa4UIn,
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1,000
. P0UNP3 . FEESH , TJM
TtltOFS. l'ectorat' Stfoka. Ju(nh
Pajte, . aoraaieD?
GKO. M. DIXON. Tirncclat.
f. oel-aw
Northeast corner I'lttbrand llafn.v-Jl
ar
unoice Havana uigars.'-
ipiBAllS 'AUD lOBAOOO1 OF TBB VERY
V wt brands Mp.alyfays bo had aa desired at ,
. OKO. II. DIXON'S. Drnaotst, '
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Kertbxast center Tlftb and Mala.'
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
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Equal to Jane Eye.
RICREY, MiLLORY & 1
IVo. 1 13 Jitriutrei, "
' !- HAVK THIS DAT HKOBIV1CO . '' ,''
33 33 XJ Ij A H
''' ''BY MIS A1J0C8TA BVANS. ''!
vol., lilno,, cloth.
Priec.j...... ...
A FRESH. SUPI'liV
ADAM BISDJi)
TRADE SUPPLIED.
RICKEY, riAtibii.&ca,
;: Jobbers mt Books andSlnrlouery .; . , n
i 145 Mairi-streot, r;
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FAtl AND WINTER CLOTHING.
OAK HAUL CLOTHING. DJ-POT.;
: :.i I :.oZ JiJu' a If. CI I .
1S0 Rlaln.st.s Three Doors above Fourth,
J.y,i(iit; : ClNOIHSATI.HtttlO.;1 .
TB HAVENCiW ON It AND A'LAEaS
if ' aad ceaivleto Assortment -of itnady-made
T lhtntf... .niton ti. Mr.nmlv for tbe Betail TmjA.
oomwrisiDg all the etyli'S.pf I rock Cot, .Business
Coats, Overcoats; Velvet, Cash mero sua HubIj Veu'ej
D1SCK anu J Bucy r mixta, ttti .ji nunuiu. wfumuitM
of thereat material and workniwisiilp. . , i ,
Also, a geueral atork of Cloths, of all colors: flas-.
Iniorea, Ovorcoatings, Biulueas Ooatlngs and et
logs, in every styie, wuicu w) an, jirvparou iv maae
to order, in the best style. '
uruenuemen a lurniaqiiiKuooaa, ooidwi '
BEMOVAIi.
WILTSEE BROTHERS,
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.. DEALKBS IK : :i i , , I- i,.,. ',. ,i
YOUNG'S
Improved Two-Threaded lock-Stitoh
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FAMILYSEWINGMxlCHimS
5, $30 -tMx'd-835.
No. 82 FiftU-al reef, ' :"
J. )-:: VILli EEMOVE, OOTOBBB i, TO
No. 6 West Fourth-streiet,
Over Beggs Hnilm's, - '
. SWAgents Wanted. Adilreas ' !'..(
writ rptiwi? nU4Tio.irptt. 1
;,oct v I'.'O. Box2M9t K'lnPiDiiHtlO;
PATENT
IMPROVEMENT
t-lNr-i.j
GRATES AD
Assy Style of fSraten cna be N tit or lteiict wit b
ii- 1 j thl innrovemeat,i '.i-..;; ,
A 8 THE MERITS OV THIS VAL
UABLE Improvement bavo been frilly entah-'
liahedln this oity and vicinity lyover KIVB THOU
8AMD who have used it tlio past two winters, we
presume U hi.unly ueccsiaiT.to remind all who de
tire KcosoMr and comkikt tbut tho aeasou to prepare
for winter has arrived, and I bat it would be veil to
bare their Grates reset before the Fall Hoi'sk-clean-Iho
comiuencos; the aoonor It ia done the bettor.
Our workmen leave no illrt; tbero Is no necomity ot
removing carpets or furniture.
Any communication throittfh mail will receive
prompt attention, and descriptive Circulars will be
sent gratia if desired.
sMFortrrsnmy be left at No. UO Wpat Vlfth
street) where the I'litcntHtove may be seen.
,. J. B. HVASiSi U)., Proprietors.
j.J. BLAKELY, General Aitcnt. osle .'
X VQXDERFUL C1I ILP.
klSS '.TENNESSEE CLAFLlN,'-
WHO IS ONLY THIRTEEN TEARS OF
aire, ha been ondowud from hor btrtli ivftrTd'
Itipernatural gift of such an aatoniahiug degree, that
she convinces the most skeptical ef tier wonderful
nowera. r. . .j .. . ,i ....
She gives information of absent friends, whether'
living or aoau, uigemer who toe past, presom ana
future evonts of lire; also of lost money or property.
Identifying tbs person or persona ooucamcd, with so
much certainty as scarcely to leave a doubt of , their
guilt; 5 .... " ,
Mbaalso prescribes lor dlsoasua, telling their causes
and locadon. witb so much sutitfaction as to merit
and receive the confidence of all who have consulted
her, and many dilu;nlKjuiilint have been com.
pletely banished by. her wouilcrfiil mlnlitrattoiu.
She oau also nee aud point out the medicine to cure
the moat obstinate diseases even thoee tliat bavo Xor
years baffled unr beat phylclaln.ttnd can direct salves
andllniatenta to beuadeandiuieilthat will euro old
sores. fever-sures, caucera, siirains, woakuoss iothe
back and limbf, nod other complaints of Iodk stand
in0.Hnd bfl iMrt'ormnil lutiinisliinff Clirert nnon those
who hud lohat since, lust thsir Might, and honring,.
W4 uoaf IJ. m't OJ UWevUI. ' III .uui I, luruuuu m. 4n
siatance nf some, superior power, slid . Is bndovred
wllh tllM bMilhio Art- . .1 . 11 .
' HlHi willjdso point out to ladica and gentleman
twilr former, present and future :trtuun), telling
exactly thuiiu that! are doad aud living, their trewt
mcnt, dhnoaitioii aud oharscUr in Hfu, and when re
quired will gu into an uuoenscious stulo and truvel
to any part of the world, hunt up abseut friends,
whether dfml or liviu;,.and through her, tiiey will
tell the Inquiring friend their situation and where
abouts, with all tbe ovunts of life since they Inst met.
Sho siao ibi;a rings .op,, ladles' aud ten te men's
flagcrs wllh great succsms. '
. Lawyora,.VMt.wsvi,Minjaters,. and. many other
cieutlAc men have cousulled her Unon ttlittrtrn -of
Lhlfh importance, and given evidence, of fheir Untire1
Hbeinay bo consulted af ii'bs? tUi(liiB.tt H.'40S
VSaa, Hi.H44iljrMf.. lutwMii .'Mnand nnri l?nttnr. fmnk
:m'J tl..! fSsfe
hours of eiaht o'clock Am.; To rtWS'b'etocll'P.'WV
- Hsav MaJilAnr la rs-tiitliiiialv thrnniTAsI with vlflltnm
hffnvr7.;rarv1lkMFwliVfr'riniM.J
tKiwers.., BiiJjti)as,lftCti)g ormajeAin .Cir.'
-Jfrice oiUonsBlUtloa fl 00, .7 7".., ,' !xreivr-
, an., raiaw: ,aiwt. j. , J' Jv
-mnvracrcaiBS i bsalibs ia-lTOljlTTJllE,--13HAIE8,J
AND
JL1 kinds of. Uattreasca and Beddlrnr.
tamt 'tCn. i1.Hl fWurniSr.! rftt: AaMaM
Fourth and Fifth-Streets, seventb 1 t above,
FourfH-TftrtOtr-Crrirrclr Hwe-HneikaaBauaamiuoniici,
All ordors promptly attended to. oci-cui
John' TiflW $yfkmwwm
y w 0
October 9. Inatroetloa will be given la tbe
Slementary Branehes. the hlgber Mathematics and
tbe Natural tkleuOest fa Irfeftils' Dew tVibc-taonse,
Ob f Ifta-atmtTetwsea Western-row and' John.
afreets. ...
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
PEOT H I ST, p car:
Dealersi n-Exc li a n ,7'
CINCINNATI. . .'!
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rims UJNUJSKSIQNJBD, OF 1HB LATB-i-.
JS. Oouiq of , - -
, OILMORE Ac UROtOatltTON,1 'J -!
Bas oommeaced biulnexa under the above firm nas ' '
AlNss. 7 and 0 Thtrd-.ireet, (Trait Cos)' '
panr BallUln.) - .:. . ?
inpTam i. J. II. BftOTTORTON.'-V
LA DIES' -MISSES'-
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U--''.''4 Of all tho fasblonab.esiyles,1''-"'
KEPT' COSSTANTLV ON HAND AND
rtlAOETOOBDEK, AT ;,,,(
LEWIS'S DAZAAR,
.Ne. M West Foarthtreet, directly eppo.
site theroitoinve,Ciurlvinnil. sep .
At the Old Establislied Stand,
31 EAST rain, DKT. UA1M AKDBVTOAUOBCi '
I HAVE A LARGE AND DESIRABLE
stock of Eonsoholo and OMco Tnrultnre, both
new and second hand, consisting of fine bedsteads,
sofas and parlor chairs, Brussels and in gTaln carpets,
oILilotli, cntlery, etc. A flue assortment of coun
tora.sliolviiitr, office ilcski nnd stools, eto, Also, a
stock of billiard tables, pianos, extra marble-top
counters aud tables on band and for sale low.
ep30aiat : ' WM. CABTBB, Proprietor.
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EPISCOPAL CONVENTION,
TO BE HELD AT
TO BE HELD AT RICHMOND, VA.,
Commencing October 5, '59.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS. To the above Convention will be sold by the
LITTLE MIAMI
LITTLE MIAMI AND
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
RAILROAD.
". itosjeV can be procured af jio1.
!ur-nttHo'uBa.',.,',,';
.onrnnr of Tlilrd mhiX Viu-fltroAta:. walnutitrBAt f"r '
aiouse, eouiU-esiK curnt'i ui iruui unu Drvwxnu ;. ;
and it Mttlfl Mlnnii DenoL Kait h'rout
xroui
,tieet.
v. vr.Biauiwu, ueu,.a.ieae.
Ueot,
Kjl.lfi',
; X16iIIT INTIUOAll WH8I!;
Me'
ROBINS, Jr.. &
CO., NO. 35
Went IftluatAei between Smith and John.'
tree
keep Constantly on hand the best ariioleof (X)AI
OIL, and LAUl'a 01 tue aiost lmproveajnitenu, i,;
particularly adapted te tmriiing tlie tame.' i sep3av . I .
FASHIONABLE;
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2 M. A. WESTCOTT,
Nfd-i'X Welt ifcht'rotSt; f:
HAS THE LARGEST AND. BEST AS.
rOBTED retail stock in the city. All kinds
and all prices. Boots aud Shoes made to measure '
and wariaiuod to fit. ' ' J
Unatom and Ksstom-mado Boots and Shoes at v; !r-
wholesale. Cash buyers are invilcdto call and ear. ..
amine the gooOe st . vi j'i . WSSTnOIt'S. . :. , '
aepWraM n 1 -''''llWesHnfth-streot.i 1. ' It
ON 6ATUUDAY OCTOBER I, MRS. W. ','
HUDSON, 170 Vine-atroet, will opon bor largo
aud well-sclectou stock of fall and wiutoc ( ( .. . f
Bonuets. Algo.,;13ridsl.Wreatiia,' Rib- ' '
!.. i.M,loiis, Flowers, Feathers, Ac, ...-.
. Of the Latest and moat Tusbiouablo Stylos' '-
. 7 j.aepa-1,!' -........:.'
,WW mis at Jfour- lWJiarsi; ...
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'tiutin;FiNb th'bm ,t,o.
! any la the clly at the same price. ,'. ' '
"$t, C. TOWERS & 'CO.i ;;,"
FA8HIO N ABk-E HATTERS,
I',;' No. 149 Main-Street,
ivM DOOR BHUOir rODBIU. ' ' y 5'
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I WILL nmOVVH UtfVVfhiWISLa, VVWa :
W . U4l SJ j 1- 1
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' add orrai mt niems stock At "
Gt3atlyn Reduced P'rieee.
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Off West Fourlh-streef.
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,Tf ADAMB ELLIS, M, D.,: HAS -POUND ,
A.v M, at last met what the Ladles have long aeodetl .
and looked for in vaiu, the Uterine Elixir. ... j
.The Uterine Elixir Is warranted to mire all oils-
eases of a-TJterine Na.jre; Inflammation of the ,
Womb, tbe Kldrj?s, the ovarian, aud the Urethra,,
Prolapsus or falling of tbe Wombj Palnfnl Menstra.'
atioa, t'blorosia, Amenorrban; infect, a perfect core
is gnarranteed by the use or front two to five bottles
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of-the gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male nt female, no '
matter or how long stauaing. trice 91 per rJottie.
s ear
following Card of one of Wis moit prominent Dreg-1
gista of Cincinnati, ,
- "to THI PcttZSiBO TBB LlBltS III PaBTICVtAa.-" .
Ve,tbe nndnrslgned. are not in the habit of giving '
our name to l'aU,nt Uediefnes: butknowtnawnlUhe
Lady Physician, and the medicine Called the Uterine
leoiemes; nutKBOwingi
the medicine Called the 1
jsilxir. we cneenuny reoeramena it to ail female
suffering from i'emwle Diseases of any bind! it IS
purely YeKefAoie. ia ia no cue can aoiajurw
. say to all-try, andeur Word for It, yon wllllntt t
' Hat. V. T. H IMi. TJrnairlat.
'. .sepSV ',)r3orneroI fifth aad Bato-stioeti".
:'. i: .y -A;J,tIBT..,n.r r. V
MAiJAME rJLbln S 1 of AN .1,811 CiXiUUA'v
LAXl-NW BALftald ciiriTt, without fall, pains
, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Brea nlng, Hoadaobs. flat. .
Uhollc, Cramp Uhollc, Griping Pains of tb Bowsls, , .
Dullness, bin nor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and
in Painful,. Weastruatlon It Is a certain cure, and: .
kivea immediate rellW. Inanrof tbe above diaeaaa ,- .
,iX will givo.rellhl,m twarw minotes, and a per ma-..
Hebt cure, by t be psoOf io bettlos. Only 60 cents
, sir boLttesaelieap that-every pevaoncab getlt.
.Bitlier Of the tiara,aedleijMai to bo Ji of T.
luaroi in.) puxu,iiuui.'UMii vi m
.Li. Drnailst. coswesNuf kiim and
jiiuli, oraKgift, conia. sweaana jtijin-t
Land jcuwmii) Bwaj.i.VM..uu....
U OVfllflllAI.Jf4,JJl
rnercf Ualneuui VoiuHb-sUeata; 0
rjigul
.corner or main sum roiuHD-stpeota: us-oiD
.,pO.T Ma-wtMtsawra, Sloa dtvCasS Veurtti-re4t,
)yiuum4i, y. . n n , y '11 JP" Bl
OAh'Qht imtSJ&jfa SVBSOBIBEBx.
8rJ,,
llfft,yajJilit
laasonment
rppaaTXlmpnived btjrnera.
preventing WS.SiWsrjo ainrli f.an ansoyao.
.,1 opsumers,
1.; Also, me per"mcre
of tttTrnlegt-WI
aa is
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I. ever oaXttsM fa tkoviiri ft!?L'Vttry;ll.'l?cim11 m
f.'Wr rOoirt.ire'uil(Huf' 1
rMpgj,abi: ' mintlt-iffii bt, arth.and yMtw isw
:. AND 0I&CUIA& SAW 1IILL6. . ..; ,w w r
TXrVJAlK V- BAtDVtS. ATTOBSSt
nn4 Oomss41Wr
Third street, " Seat of
avrfObase's Bnlldtna
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