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Tferelay RIoralMsr, Oct.9S, ISO
, Tho Stato Central Committee,
after consultation with friends
from various parts of tho State,
hare resolved to hold the;
Grand Republican Celebration .
In honor oi our Glorious Victory
Jlirin Ohio,'" ' "
AT COLUMBUS. !
On VVednesdayrNoTcmber Jllli.
Letter of invitation have been
sent to Ion Coas. SuhnerIoii.
Wm. 11 Seward, ana outer ns
linguished Republican " orators,
nvho are confidently expected to
be present on that occa.ion. The
several county committees of the
State are requested to take im
mediate action to secure tho at
tendance of as manv citizens from
their several counties as possible.
Our triumph $ most complete
and overwholmins.' and is tho
dawn of a better day lor the pen
pie of Ohio .. It is worthy of this
,f Tho details of this celebration
will be given to the public as
soon as they nre arn.ngciL The
Ohio Delegation in Congress tho
Governor and Lieutenant Gover
nor e!(ctand the. other 5 officers
of State who have been so tri
ump..ant!y chosen by the people,
aru expected to be present. i
will bu the great jubilee of free
do.n.' Let the freemen of Ohio
come ' togotln-r "on the occasion
and . coriaratu.ate each other on
this. most auspicious event .
"' y" "'" 13 order, ' '
r; W B. Tii r all, Sttfy.
TJie City of Lancncter, and her future
rrosneotf. The Railroad.
- Now' that tho din of political strife is
ended, we desire to call the attention of
Our readers to some matters of local inter
est which we conceive to bo of the utmost
importance, not only to the city of Lancas
ter,, but also to all the inhabitants of tho
OJunty. We regard this period as a. very
Critical one in tho history of this city. : A
few weeks will witness the completion of
the C W. & Z. RiilroaJ to Zanesville. If
any person was ever so foolish as to sup
pose that the' Railroad would,-of itself, in
crease the business of Lancaster, he is by
this time, we l opo, fully convinced of his
rror. We intend to show btfore closing
tli is article, that the iRiilroad will aotuully
. seriously, injure tho business of Lancaster,
unlesd the business men of the city take no-
tire memures'to prevent suli a result.
"-The time was, in the. onrly history of
this Slate, an 1 before the day of Jnvliowl
and canals, when this place was the cm
ire of trade for a large entcut of country.
TLon Lancaster was a place of more im
portance than Columbus, D.iyton, and ma
ny other towns' which have since far sir
passed her. The construction of the Ohio
Canal cut off a large portion of the trade
which formerly came herd,' and it bouame
nooessary, in order, to plaeo Lancaster on
an equality with the little towns which
sprang up along the . Ohio Canal, in , the
northorn part of the county, lo construct
the Lancaster Literal Canal, which, was
ubsequently continued down the Hocking
Vallny to Athens. The construction of
,the Lateral Canal was of vast importance
to the business of Lancaster, for without
it she would have dwindled down into in
significance. Evon as it is, Wiuobester,
Carrol, Basil and Baltimore now cut off
. thuoh of the trade which once came here,
, while Ciroloville on the west has long ta
ken much trade from this county, which
the use of proper means would have secu
red to Lancaster. ' ' ' :
We do riot wish to be understood as de
r.siring that the Canal had never been con
tru6t'ed;Tfar from it, for we know that
' Ihe county at large1 has been greatly bene
fited by its construction, 'although it has
boon of comparatively little fid vantage to
(his place, because our citizons pursued a
k wrong policy.: They ahould have engag
ed in manufacturing, and then the trade,
- not only of this, but of the adjoining coun
ties, would have been attracted by the su
perior market of Lancaster. But the pol
icy of our business moo seems thus far to
have been to rely upon' the trade of that
limited section of our county which neces
sity has heretofore forced to Lancaster. '
' What effect will the construction of the
'Railroad have upon tha businesa of Lan
caster 7 . We reply, that it will'cut off a
very important portion of (he trade which
haa heretofore sustained this city. For
example, a large portion of the produce
from the west of the county, which for
merly found a market at Lancaster, will
jbereafter be taken to Amanda.' which, now
Affords aa good a market as this place, and
as a natural consequence.'the farmers who
iake their produce to Amanda will also
purchase there the goods whioh they have
been accustomed to purchase here. . -'
How is it in regard to the eastern por
tion of the county? The Stations at Bre
men and several other points; will all be
come markets for produce which haa hith
erto been brought to Lancaster, and thus a
.very large portion of our trade will be al
most utterly lost; for at every Station there
will be stores with extensive assortments
6jroo4i.,Tbus th, ia'n la, the easteni
part of tba e oast j will be easblee t ob
tain everTtliiog they- desire- without com
ing keri JTbie leave only a small sea
tion of eountr in, tbe ioaaiedieU riotnilj
of tiie apon which oar merchant and
mechanics will hare to depend for their
support, as sooa a tha Railroad haa bD
in operation long enough to enable (La
man along tha road to complete thair ar
rangements for tha purchase of product
Than there will ba a ruinous falling off in
tha business of Lancaster, unless, speedy
roeasnrea ba taken to prevent it.
Tbna far tha IUilroad hai dona this city
no malarial injury, owing to tha fact that a
great deal of money haa necessarily bean
expended here by those engaged in tho.
ronsti action of the road. ' But thU tempo
rary expenditure will aoon cease, and with
tt tha upward tendency in tha rain of
property, unless, Indeed, a temporary im
petaa ahould again bo given to buaineaa
by tha establishment of Machine Shops.
But our citizens must not suppose that the
establishment of tha Machine Shop her
will do anything of consequence towards
making up tho losa of trade we will sus
tain by the completion of the Railroad.
What then ought tha businesa men of
thiacity to do in order to save themselves
from bankruptcy, and their property from
ruinous depreciation t We reply, engage
in manufacturing. , This is. our sure road
to prosperity and wealth. We possess
every facitity for engaging ia almost any
department of manufacturing. If we pro
perly improve, our-advantages, not ten
year wiU elapse . before ' Lancaster will
count a population 'of twenty thousand.
We invite the business men the prop
cryaowners of Lancaster, to a careful and
candid consideration of, 'the foregoing re,
flections. It doos seem to us that the time
has at length arrived when the property
owners must take measures to prevent a
ruinous depreciation in tho value of their
property. ' Tins can only be done by ma
king Lancaster what nature evidently de
signed she should be a manufacturing
cirr. Then will the Railroad be benefi
cial to the business of the city, and not un
tit then." ' "' - "" ; S ;
It is sail that Texas has voted by a ma
jority of 1471 nbt to accept tho act of Con
gress for tho settlement of the debts of the
former Republic of Texas. The act appro
printed 57,753,000 to be distributed a
mong her creditors. If this turns out true,
we hope Congress will stand by the lotter
of the' bond, and refuse all appropriations
for the payment of the debts of that State.
We think the people of tho Union went too
far when thfy made this offer, and if they
hope, as they do, to dragoon us into the
payment of more by threats of a dissolu
tion of the Union, or any other system of
clap-trap, we trust tlr.-y will be firmly met
and ripuWd at the threshold. This an
iKxinif a State with a chusa against '. pay
ing its dobtand then making the fact cf
nrmex.V.iou the gr.nnd argument why. we
should pay tli?tu, . net tho sort of livjisl i
tion that is arccptuhlu to Mi, Sluts Jytir-
;J;':f '"'."' KcwsIiiMs;' ':,",.! ....
' Kis Elizt Lr'g.in js, playing at the
.The. first frost of tho'seasoa at Ncwheru,
N. C; appeared on the int. '. " '
The vote for the .Temperance candidate
fur Governor in Oaorgia, will reach, it is
said, about C.200.
Judge Storer delivered the opening lec
ture before the Cincinnati Law School on
Wednesday cvoning. . - It is spoken of as a
highly interesting and valuable lecture.
The Boston Telegraph of Saturday says
that tli d victory iu Ohio is worth ten thou
sand votes in Massachusetts for Rockwell
and tho Republican ticket. . . :';,
The-number of soamon registered in the
United States is 8,617 natives, and" 202
naturalized. Massacusctts furnishes a
bout ono-ha!f. ' ' . ; - ' ?
A late English paper stales that the
manuscript of Macaulay's new volumes is
in tha hands of Lonmsn, and will be
forthcoming before Christmas.' ' '
The Nureraburg (Q-armany) Courier
states, under thO; head of Stuttgard, that
the corporation of Baisingdnin the pro
vince of Iiorb, hare sold their poor-house
to the Jews, and tent their poor to Ameri
ca. - , 4 ;;'.''. ; .
1 Pierre Soule . has written a letter " in rci
ply to the invitation to deliver a lecture ou
Slavery in Boston, ' during the " coming
winter. It ia very courteous, nd declines
only on the ground . that he is about to
commence his law practice and confine
himself to it, and this would break him off
from his purpose too much.
,? The books'of Little' & Brown, boot pul
lishers -of Boston, show, over half a million
of dollar paid by theni to authors, And of
this sum one hundred thousand dollars
were paid to one family. t We are not in
formed what family this was, but we have
no doubt it was that of Judge Story. ' Tliis
suni wa? tha avails of the sale of his val
uable lawbooks. i . i :t t
."' We regret to hear of the sudden death
of Lewis Broadwell, of ' Cincinnati. ' As
Senator from that connty during the tur
bulent days of our legislation he became
generally known, and aa generally respect
ed by the leading men of the State., , He
was a merchant of . integrity and energy,
and his death is serious loss to. Cincin
nati. ' .;.::!........!.!!-. v.,
Jvdoi Convibs'. RasioNAiioir. The
Zanesville Courier-, says-r-We learn that,
ill, health rendering it doubtful whether
Judge Convers would be able to hold the
term of tha Court of Common Pleas for
this County commencing next Tuesday, he
has resigned his office as Judge of that
Court. . While we regret the cause wliioh
has rendered this step necessary; it is pro
per to add that we are informed that the
election of Judge 0. to the bench of the
Supreme Court would have vacated the of
floe lately held by him abont two week
before tha expiration of Gov, Medill'e term.
Tha filling of. the vacancy would, there
fore, in any event, have devolved upon tha
erasent Exacuti.v,-. : . - r- .. 'y
Tke CoattltatUa f Okie.
Althoagh the present Oonstitulioa of Ohio
contains many wise, and bnficnt provis
iooe, yet there are several sections which,
in wir wntA, 'reatly imnd the pros
perity 'of the State, and whioh war would
ba very glad therefore to see ehanged.
We'eteinijcl bjposed tbakigtrequent
changes ia as solemn an instrument as a
Slate Constitution.': Tho very word im
ports something fixed and permanent, a
fundamental law. Hence we regard that as
a very an wise provision in the preseut Con
stitution of this State, which requires the
people to- vote every twenty years tipon
the quest ion, ."Shall there be a Convention
to revise, alcer or amend the Constitution?"
A Constitution should only contain gen
eral limitations upon the power of tha Le
gislature calculated to secure the liberties
of , the people from encroachments. It
should not go beyond this, and seek to leg-
ulate for posterity, : Whenever a Consti
tution Is subject to be amended at stated
periods, and contains limitations upon the
power of the Legislature in regard to al
most everything which can become tha
subject of legislation, it becomes a mere
hindrance to tha passage of useful laws,
not aa instrument restraining tyrannical
and oppressive legislation. The ere at fault
of the present Constitution of Ohio is that
it legislates too much,' and restrains the
power of the General Assembly in regard
to many roattersin whioh it should have
been left at liberty.
A striking example of this, is found la
the provisions of tho present Constitution
relating to taxation, which hare involved
the commercial interests of Ohio in em
barrassments from which they cannot be
Jelieved until the Constitution has been
amended in the slow manner pointed out
by that instrument. The old Constitution,
under which Ohio flourished for near fifty
years, contained no provision at all in re
lation to taxation; yet, when had any State
ever a more equal and just tax-law, than
that passed in 1846 ? ' Taxation is a sub
ject, above all others, in regard to Which
Constitution-makers should not interfere,
for we know from sad experience in Ohio,
what ruinous consequences may flow from
the incorporation of a false principle of tax:
ation into the Constitution. '
; We think, then, that our Fundamental
Law would be in a much better condition
were every provision in it relating to tax
ation swept away. We are willing to trust
the representatives elected by the people
to c ivo us from time to time such tax-laws
m,r .1.; tl,, ,i: ..ooo:,:... ,.t
-i i ' c
One of the most unwise and uncalled
for provisions of the new Constitution is
coniainea in aec. 7, Art. Ait i. it provides
i'; '8 wenarai Assamoiy
iHu..13SSoc,uons w.u. oanking powers,
...... uae.ru.ciu.iUM oa .uom.u,
to the peopl, at the grnl election next
luere01' nnu uv a?
proved hy a eiajorily of all the electors vot -
mg at su.-.h eUfctioii.; , Uu.ier this pro-
u..n, alihou-h the. business interests of!
Oliio : dctnatidan immediate increase of
banking fiicililiup, un'i akhongh a majority
Jf tho' rpvcsentativcs wliom the "people
havo just elected are tivor:.ble to giving
the people's liberal 'and safe 'system of
oanKS, yui ii is itnpossiuio xo jei .ny sys
tem jnto operation for lporo llinn a, year
yet, owing to the section of the Constitu
tion above quoted. ' Thus, will the next
Lojisluturo of Ohio be compelled to ree
every department of business embarrass
ed, while the power of granting that tehef,
of which there is such a pressing necessi
ty, will be. taken away by an unwise pro
vision of tho Constitution. .
The people of Ohio Lave imposed two
important tasks npon the next Legislature.
It must, in the first place, devise and pro
pose such amendments to . the Constitu
tion, as will effectually unclog the wheels
of legislation. In the second place, it must
prepare a sound and Safe system of bank
ing,' such aa will ' be fully commensurate
with tho business wants of Ohio at this
crisis.' '". ''f' ";.''"":';. .',''
:iRar PtAirt. The Cincinnati yConf-
mercial of the 26th inst., contains the fol
lowing account of a rare plant, exhibited
at tho Horticultural exhibition - recontly
held in that city. The Commercial says:
On one of the tables is a model of "Cas-tla-CIare,"
Ireland, the band workof Mi.
Edward Kelly., It Is muob admired. At
the stand on which this jeastle is placed, is
one- -of the ' most wonderful plants in
the, vegetable kingdom, .but one, which
from its plain unostentatious . appearance,
will bo apt to bo passsed by unnoticed, un
less most particular attonuon ii attracted
to it. " The spectator' sees two glass dishes,
in one of which is a lit tie roll of ,driod and
with erera leaves', and in the other, floating
npon "the top of some ';Vater, a perfeot
plant, unfolded knd expanded.. There is
more of the strange and wonderful in these
two little unobtrusive plants, tlutn of any
other on exhibition. Both are specimens
of the Aniitutica hierochnntina, or Rose of
Jerico., This plant is a native of tha des
ert plains ' of Arabia, and in the form of
the withered specimen ia blown1 about
tha'arid sands for years, until it happens to
strike a moist place,' when it takes root, ex
pands its leaves, as exhibited in tha s'eo
ond specimen and germinates. ' The plants
exhibited were brought from Calcutta by
Doctor Watts,, and presented to the Socie
ty. Wa are informed that until last even
ing,' they have been in the dried condition
above described, for twenty-three years.
"" Baltimore. ,
Baltimore; Oet. 23. A schooner own
ed by Thomas Adams fef Co.,of, . Smith
field, Va., was capsised in Chesapeake du
ring the storm of Friday-night, and all
bands,' It is upposed, were drowned. The
sehooner was bound for Baltimore. -
The Rochester firemen arrived here this
afternoon, and ynn enthusiastically re
ceived ', '--4.--, v.-
Declslan of Cliarnwtcr.
Tfcls, world, is full ot sorrow aod suf-erlng,-
'mu'eii' of which ie, perhaps, to-'
tallr unavoidable. '' 'A great A bow.r-
er. of tLe vice and ..Wr which v. c.
behold aroand n, is caused by the want of ,
proper aeeision oi rnnracier. Then Is
aded much detettatla cowardice, which
passes current among men for manly tad
pandeace. For example, how many men
have engaged in duels against their own
conviction of right, lent pnMI opinio
should proitodnce them cowards. . How
many a youth, influeneed by the jeers of
wicked companions, bae lorgotton the ad
monitions of his mother, and taken his fin I
step in tha downward road to ruin.
One of the most fearfully iutereslin?
spectacles in the world is to watch a young
man in his first contests with the tempta
tions of lire. What a slorious utrht to see
him spurn from his lips the proffered bowl,
and to behold him remain calm and un
moved amidst the taunts and solicitations
of those who would allure him into that
way the end whereof is death. But alas!
how seldom do wo meet with men who
possess this manly independence of charac
ter, while on tho other band we ean meet
many every day, who, from the want of
decision of character.sra tha miserable vic
tims of degrading vice. '
The young do not generally sufficiently
feel the importance of resisting the first
temptation to do wrong. They think they
may aafely go a little way along the path
of vice, and easily retreat upon the first ap
pearance of danger. This is a sad mistake.
When we onoe leave the straight path of
duty, for the crooked one of folly end wick
edness it is always difficult, and often im
possible to again return.
There are many persons who seem not
to have profited by the experience of many
years. Although they have often suffered
terrible consequences by yielding (o temp-
tation.yetnosooneris that temptation again
presented to them than they again yield to
It, and thus continue to suffer misery year
after year, from which proper firmness of
character would at once deliver them. If
these reflections should moet the eyes ef
any such we beseech thorn to remember
that it is never too late to reform, and that
although they may have sUnk to the low-'
est depths of degradation, they may, if
they tcill, raise themselves to positions of
respectability and influence their hearts
may again bent light with the conscious
ness of virtue end innocence. - '
Fire tn State Street New York 3 Persons
'. Burned to Oentli A t nfloented,
At two o clock 1 nuay morning last, a
6n broU out , four slo ry N(J
12 state street, New York. The Ne w York
Tba alarm wls inslnntTy given, but be
fore oceuulti waks ,ll0ir MMp,
lhj flamcs comp1clc)v enVt)lopod the Stair-
WSJ.$ ,0 tU t,)irJ Th(J firenu.u wc,.fl
quickly on the spM. but before the fire was
1 Wued( M that aasistauee could ba rcn
JewJ U) ,,,0 .p , lUd pper fiper,
, ,.,,.,. live8,
! -ri ' ..1...;,i A'SJm 'rrt:
ed by Mr. Henry Lubs ami his fumily.
. The third floor by Mr. Vandenburg and
Tho fourth floor by Mr. Brown and his
family. . , , . . , . .
Mr. Lubs and hi wife escaped from the
burning building... The latter had hor arm
broken. ., . .
A young girl namnd Baker, a dressma
ker, was so sevuruly burned tlial no Lopus
were ontertainud of hor recovery. She
was removed to the Nuw York Hospital.
The five deed persons nre as follows.
They present s shocking spectacle:
. Mrs.' Mary Ann . Peacock, mother of
Mrs. Vandenburg, aged fifty yeare. She
was burned to death.
A little girl named Amanda, daughter of
Mrs. Vanuenburg.aged five years. Burn
ed to death.
Mrs. Catharine Brown, aged 26 years,
Suffocated. A nephew of Mrs. Brown, aged 0 years.
A German servant girl, named Frederi
cs, employed in the family of Mr. Lubs.
Burned to death. .
Evert Familt should have as Aoki-
oultcbal Papeb. It i worth more than
it costs simply for educational purposes.-
Parents have hardly a right to deprive
their families of its advantages in these
times. Children will learn more, as they
aro to and from school, to drive the cows
to pasture) or pick berries by the way, if
ineir ooservauon is uuicscueu, v mint
they hear their pareuts read or talk over
from agricultural papers; and when they
form habits of reading for thcmselves.such
reading is both safe and useful.. Reader,
if vour neitrhbor has no agricultural paper,
persuade him to take one. Even if he is
poor, he can better afford to take .one than
to do without; for if-, he takes one, his
children will be likely to bo better off to
make a good home for themselves, and it
may be for him in old Bee. Not all will
have farms: but all will need to know some
thintr of the srarden and orchard at least;
and we advise no parent, who iecls that he
may. sometime dependent npon his child
ren, to bring them up without the means
of instruction in rural economy, it suoulti
be regarded as essential in the ' edncation
of any child, male or female. "Jnwrican
Cotton Planter. ' v t r " 1. 1 .''M i- . rtt ui
. ; ECIECTIC TIiysiClAW. J
DR. R. S. FIKDLKT ottori hla profeatlonal aer
vloet to tb altiieaa of Laucaatur and lbi Tlclnllr,
aa a rbjalclau of tba fccifcuo aonooi. .
Aa ihia a.tem of madlual oraotiea ta new to rnanr
Id Ibia ulavait niajr ba doemad proper to gift s law
OI ita oit.iuc.ira leaturoa. - . . ,
The uao of tha lancet It abaneoned aa a nraetltt
fraught with avli eonseqiionceat and a Datura! dopla
Hod mora aafa and effectual tubttltuted. br lacroas
log tba aartout teoreiiona aad aicrailona of tbe body
thua raduciur .the eiroulatioo W any datlrable ar-
tent, and avoiding effectually tbe abalracllnn or dimi
nution 01 any ritat Of iaraoraung yrmcipit 01 u
blood. i - .
" As A 8C BSTltCT .
For lbs mineral m11e!oetboretofor in comraon Tfte
tba more genial mediriaea at new prepared In a eoa
rontraled modielaal form, from tbe vegetable king
dom, era onry admitted Into practice, being more
tborongb and effleienl aganta, and always under the
eaUre control of the practitioner, bat onder ue olr
eumetaseee eapable of prodaei.tg any of the dleutrona
ratal u seen in every eommuulty where eiloroal and
'I aueh medleal agents bar baea tbe eblef reiiahce.
OUloa Tallmadge Houao, ever Wbiw 4i Latia's
Slora. , '
Reeldeaoe Ke- Saaiael Carpestert, B-adwsy.
Oct. 85, 1133-lj.. -
ASRIVAIO? JTBS. ATLlJTlPi ,
OSS WEEK LATUM FKOtf EUROPE.
'- A TFAIUS UW3AXQD,
BitEAWI CI F ADTA3CED.
sians were defeaUd near EUptoria by the
reach cavalry, with a toss oT 60 killed,
and 105 prisoners of war. 1 The French
loss was 0 killed and 17 wounded. -
Prince Oortsuhakoff reported oa tha Srd
of October that an inefiectUal movement
had been made on hie left flanks
The Allied fleet bad sailed on a secret
expedition, supposed to be directed against
Nioolaioff and Odessa. '
Tha Emperor it at 0Jss. lie has iv ;
sued an encouraging addros to tU Rus.in
people, and will hortly be ia tlx Crimea,
A .i;inn i. m;L.,A t,
W Mr . .
w.imi r. ..4 iri.r I
r . r ... I
on account of the Russian fcropeasi-Jea of
Tho foo-l question Is still a matter of aa
rious import both in France and Germany.
The Southern portion of Sebsstopol is
to be blown p by Ihe Allies, and mines
are now being sunk for that purpose.
r nuce uorisonsHon ana army are tnreai
ened by a large forue of tha Allies from Eu
The steamer Africa from Boston via Hal
ifax, was stranded below at Liverpool on
Saturday tho 6:b, , , ,
1 he Atlantic paned the steamship Afri
ca ia the river, oa the evening f the 7ib.
sue also nissod the steamship America on
the evening of the 14th, 45 miles west of
The steamship Erricsson arrived at
Cowes on Friday the 5th inst, and the
steamship Arago reached Southampton the
same day. .
LrvxiiPDOL, Oct. 6tb Cotton Sales of
cotton for the week, 43,880 bales, includ
ing 7,500 to speculators aod exporters. :
The ailes on Friday were 6,000 bales.
The market is dull, with a declining tenden
cy. Dennetown dc Co. quota Orleans fair
at 6 J; middling, b; upland middling, b
Brediu.T Brown it Shipley quote
white wheat 12s 12s 6d; Red wheat, 1 1
Flour Western canal is quoted at 40s
41. Southern at 42s(gi43s: Ohio, at 43s
Cern The quotations are: White 4!s
44s; Yellow, 40 6d4Js; Mixed, 4J
Consuls were quoted Siturdarat tli;
another rise has taken place on the rate
discount by the Bank of England. The
rate is now 4 per cent. This advance has
caused much commercial uneasiness.
American Stoeks The business Is tri
fling, and prices nominal, r
Considerable demand for beef and lower
qualities of pork are ill moJci.ite request.
Nothing doing in bacon... Tallow kctive.
. The Pc.tilence Suiuinadl'p. ,
The fever is ov?r"at Norfolk. On t'aii
event the Suuilturn Argus has some tit
mftrks, . well-timed anj gcnrrilly well X
pressod, particularly on .the loss of Mr.
Finch, ii late editor, who died of the fev.
er. The surviving editor, cm retnkint;
pos;. n.aips u.ai ia laoors r.ave tx-en sus
tended for thirty nine dave.'no interval
. . . . . . .
uf holiday, but in panicipation in the mis
eries of ast a d:r; a visitation a was ever
made by the plague spirit in fuintmeul of
(lie Almirl.tv lielifst to Ihe region el doom
and di'vaitation." ,
Within a space of throe mnthS oil, of
an . average population of six thounanJ,
"every man, woman and child, (almefct
without exception,) lirubeeri stricken with
tho fell f:ver,ar.d about two thousand have
been baried" being uot lens than two out
of thro of the whites and one out of three
of the whole abiding community of Norfolk,
white and ulsck' What a IiiUceti sum-
miiig up! BesiJcs this, one half of the re
sident physicians perished, and net less
than thirty -six in ail.rcsiucnt, and visitant,
A murder has been committed in Paris
under circumstances so unprecedented that
it deserves mention. A routlsman being
cheated and insulied hy a liackmau report
ed him to the prefecture. The prefect sum
moned the man before him and ordered him
to make au apology to the gentleman and to
return him the two francs of which he de
frauded hitn. Ho did as ho was bid, and
then, drawing a pistol shot - the gentleman
dead. , He then tired a second pietol at the
gentleman's wife, but missed ber. He was
at onco arrested, and seems to be quite
proud of hi crime, saying that an example
of that kind from time to lime would ren
der people less despotic, and less inclined
to tell tales to the prefect.
r ' Trial of tke marderer Miller '
CcmbkrLakd. Mn.,' 23.-The trial of
Miller, for the murder of Qrof, the young
man ia the employ of Dr. Iladell, was
brought to a close to-day by a verdict of
murder in tiie tarst degree, lne evidence
was nearly the same as that on his trial for
the murder of ilr. rladell.
A BOY WASTED.
-v-frrE will emplojr s snarl antalllfanl Lad at If aa-
W W aanrar la aa utwa laiafrapn uniea, it appli
cation ba aiada aooa. UNION 1 bLEliH APU. CO.
Laacaiitr, Soeuibr 14.18. . ...
rflHEnndarl(ued bat opanad In Iba Wblla Bnlld-
inc. a lew aoata naai 01 wa noraina .aiiQj
.. ..I . . A D. b - . tfl. .1.
elHtwt wblcb be oftn, ta tba aaMla at
Dana, a teauiunu oiu wi vawu.
Uotattrr. October JJ, 1655 II
ibt. II. Hi SIKH.
5tr . .
STBAV COW. .
iC1TRA VED from the andenga4 ia Iw
I O tatter, aboal the latter ead of
Ual, a LIGHT bHlULK COW, about fuwr
yaara mMil a larga w Btu oa weoa aas nit. a
litUa while oa the fore bead. A or peraoa Mtornlng
ber to me tn Laaeettert or gtvlng inranaatlon as to
where the may oe reund wu. so noeratiy rawarneo.
Uncaaiar,Ocl.S5,UsM. WM. STAUAJtlTH
FACti PItOM SEDASTOPOL.
TBK eubtortben, thankful for patrnnage beratofere
received, would aty to their old suetomere and
everybody elee, that we ar now menufaalurtaf and
oiiertsg fttr aalo,n taparior neUoia af ...j,, , .
UOOTS AND BUOE.
oontlrlliig tn part; ef Gentlemen's Boets sad Skoe ofj
every variety ,uom taa nion iidct to tne aaevvv. wj.
Ladiaa' French Moroeeo.Kld.Ooat and Calf.ttaltort,
TAce boouaod Busklno. Mlteoaaod Oblwroa'a Oal
torsnod. blue. All wttmnleJaeMi sold low for the
raadvpay. ' McELKOk- 4t BILLllfHeKr
Lanoatter, OetowM Sf, 1 . . '
TTW Vfim fY.f ' 10 ' Tit. arAskanal.Ts
Atlanta, with 17 paer,ger., and d.Wsjr' W 1.60 f oyT" "
O-n,, Orri. Otf. S, teS6.-Oar P
Wheat I,5i3l.KJ: Rowr. 7T cn.r
vorn.jo; ny, on; UaM, footer Clover-
none, Tituotbr seed," t.ooraa on-1
potato... m..i tn.. Btusr. .;vT.."rT!'r.:."
vvf m c sT) W
bsrrnl: Pk-kr1 ln fiOt1 rm R B 1 .1
v uKgar, isara cents: joDMco.SCOocts; .;ni.u.7rf'Utr.
Hay. 9,7OOae0O; -Tallow 10 per V;'t?.u1 !.. , avKt lne U
Whisky, 33e; Wool, eOaSSc;
" Sfcer YorU Jlwrkes. . . ..
' Ntw Yoax. Oet S. Stocks Ilrmert
Virginia ilxes, 97Jf other atocks un
Cotion-Market dull and prices
lower, wun sales or xxnw Dales Hew vr
J ff" mS "P1" niauag at
rfc, ' .' . ,-' ' , ." m ' ' ,
I Flour-Firm, wi;h sales of 81,000 brls.
. vui l'i,na. mjiiU el iuvi
""V.1 ,-9- l" MUthern red and
..m.. . u.v, , ... ... . m v. Wrf,v,w
Corn-Dull, with sales of 42.000 bush
PorkAdvanced, with sales of 453 brls.
Bief-Firmer, with aaUa of 100 brls.
Lard-Firsner, with sales of 2.000 brls.
Whisky-Quiet, witb sales of 200 brls at
41c , .
Oroseriet-Caffeo is dull, with sales of
.1,000 bags Rio at prices less -firm, though
unout any absolute decline. ' bugar is
quiet, with sales of 500 hhds of Orleans.
Molasses is firm, with sales of 200 brls at
Oils-Linseed is firm with ealescf 10,000
gallons. Lard is quiet. . . .
Iron-Drooping, with sales or 100 toe
loba'jvo-i'irn, with sals of OJ l.I.hs.
Freibts-Oa Cotton to Liverpool arc
CiUCIMATI, Oct 2. '
Flour and Grain The 'Flour trrket
continues steady, with a dem ted equal to
the supply. The sales to-day compose 70
bbls, in lota, at 97.60; 143 do at 7,45; and
760 do, deliverable at Hamilton, at 7.60.
Ic grain, wa noticed sales of COO buthel
red wheat at 31,53, and 388 do Rye at
38o. Barley is now held at 1,60. Oats
are in lair demand on arrival at 2Gn27u.
Received since Satu.-dyA640 bbls Fl"tr.
urocerws business was qrcito light to
day. ' but the . transactions indicate no
change in prices,' "
B. X. TllOarO.T-MwrehajitTatUr,
Hfti juU tp;ut4 bmatlal ftMvrtrai of ,
All ofwbicfi tiu ben sw!?rUd with frtt ear,
villi nvecttal ntrB to Uu vuli of lb
eooittauufiy. and wLitli ht 1spMured lo HreUiuf.tini
io ofdsr uid it pr. pared to mxKa ft tt r. t in tiie
lis UUtvo now UaUiuUf l.irtiig mxerf Tncl uf
wbl. il ka will SKLL A9 I.0T7 u K m -am- i.nW.j bt
Oua4,ai warfcianha puffUaMdat an otitaraaUb
tiali menu Hi Ctull'lr: Is uaaiiufeclur.! zudoT hit
own tuicrv)tM,aiiii la cootqanUy tr.orior Mlat
Tha iul)'. a'ii roiaaet'i.lly MUvliaa m '.l-
rilruni'.rtf ha enlfiypd. Ka nm :rn at did cu,lo-
marz kiiS lUora, V he-it taiKir to r prnarvf
Mtisfxuun beta la itt aoali.rai.d r.rlru oi b'. zontt
A manoa, Octob-f 0, lUi.
. . To ArtUltiUa. .
Acsvroii'a Orrica FaiariKt. Crrvnr.i
bchibtl 16, liJ5.
Tnr Cuninilfr.anari of Falrt-.H (uu:ity h:rt vy
prnpnad tboaaitt orCua Ubb'l.a a3dTwc1.lv--fl
lullar..o be miii ic' la batt ian r-r u lniii
marr Tha llrafu tn ba defo!tiJ In Ui, Ona a .r
bft r kha 111 of Janacrv nazt, and aa aui.e tbara
aflor at ejnvei:iaat th wUL ba apauad a&4 11-
awinaii, ana u, ,,ri maaa. . .
U nlr of laa CvwuittiioMra.
- JAMia. W. TWS03, Ctar.
Oclobarii.laii. -v. -SwSS
Sale cf Prrscual PrGPif.r.
T WILL toll atpcbl'cratieai atlbe SMOOT rsBM,
j baaMrt50u.9 w LaiKsaiaf,
. On Tnar!a, November 16, 1853, .
Thrltuwtic Property. to-'vlt;l rlr C.- Krrtt,
1 Tup oijgn arU.'iarr.ai,dbaad of rm iZuraaa,
4 I oil,. 1 luorac'i br'J I'sr, Suit and Ca!f,
ffatrfal Hlacra. Vosi. Cai tr.4 ualrai,
4 taarliiif Haiisn, S Sawaaud Pt&,
X LOT CF nu:,
1 Baa: sad 1 IVU. I Fai.nl. g Mill, a lot arCaara.
A ltja ttn T Farialnf iMi.aiU. a Wag wa,
A XATC VORX in CRIB,
Fei.'l.'P Bua:iird fostt.bsftdataia.rt tnialaiaa-
aorotaart to ufiuwarata !a aji adrariitaotant.
Mala will bacuntlaavl until all la ald. Ta-aiallbaa-
tl, and will ba nttila btiowaoa tb.'a; fala.
- u. t.ronu, .usiraar of M. Waalrr.
P. S. F- aala of Hail haUia, aaa kaadUlis
bi-WbarSS, 114 3wD
EYE IlfFIBHAST. . -
R."J. D. EAVUlY raaDieuTallTlnfonuaCdieanr.
termed IJFLAliM IXIOS Of I!IK KVK. Dim
jjritig rrm acuta or cnrooic UDtr.airala. Kanarai.
neat or Sigbi arlalug from Injurtee, Ac, Ulceratlaa ef
ma r.y or iu ciemoraneerem any ana every reaaa
the rttultoC Fever, r4eaalea.Serorula,Aa either ef a
abort darauow or 01 many yaara- ataaa.itff.
ii riie 11 prepared 10 give rauaxaaa narTiict a cure;
rail nutaej aarcaaia 1
R. R. Harlan. Wilminrton. O.: O. B. White. WU-
mlngton; Willltam Caller. Wlluilrgton; Iaaiah Vor.
n. wilailnnon: J. M. Hawonb. Wilmlucten: Barld
ruber. cibM. uincinnati, u.; n. Dimaatoa, colura-
boa. O.; 0. McLai.e, is. Lioanv, Loran eounty. O
ri. jam. Hannon.jeLeraoaviiie.uino: jnon waitai
BouratTllle. Ohio; OS'irre Ranawalu noufraTllla. O:
Tktmat CJd.lihcldn, llilleborougb R. H t t. A. Me
Dowell. C. W 01 X. K. R.; Levi Smith, Waahlnrtoii,
Ohio; Jamea PHrcoll. So Ohio; Uavld llitch and Robt.
lwrr Lanrattar, Uhlo.
Oftlc In Wilmington, Ohio. Oct S3 Im.
CHOICE CITlTLoT FOR 8 ALE.
TWILLtr.il POUR of the moat baaurirul and valaable
Lou in tbe 1 1 IT . eoniaiulnr 4 feet front aaeh. by
about 1?C fuel deep, r.lualetl on (.elnmbae Street, Im-
meauittiy xvortn 01 uie Her. jonn vvagenneia, ano
bouuded by. Allen Street, on the North aad by iS
foot Alley oa the rear, being the bleb oat location on
tald Street. Tbe above lta are well lucloeeil, and
curbed and paved with Oravel on Colambtia Ktreat.
and plar.u-d with Rhadaa Trt.ee. Tbey will be eaid
aeperataly or together. Price reaaonabla, ana-half
in band and Ihd balancd II. Co4 nod two Tears with
iDtereel. ' T. U. wdlTI, Jon.
Lucatter, Oclabtr JS.laSJ lmSS
Eatmle wf Reglaa Gly.
'T. It hereby given, that Ihe andersbnied baa
i di.lv nullified aa Bzaenlor of lha Katata of
Reglna &Mly, deceaaed.end all paraona who are In
debted to aala Htiate will eome forward and make
Immediate payment, and Iboae wba have elation a-
galnai laldKaule will pretent them to the underalgn-
ea for allowance, auiy acuienticatea wnnin one year.
October II, 185i-3wiJ ; IK05ABD. .
X Saturday, October 7lh, WiS, will be aold at tha
Farm Houae of M.a. bVrelder,4eeeaaeu,lb Green
d lownablp.oa tho Coauiabua road tour miles Worth
et of Laneajter. a large a&buut of valoable proper-
ty, among which are 3 Horaot, S Colla. IS head CutUe
ll 1 Ctivet. SO Kogt, 80 acret Corn ii Ihe Seld, Plow.
narrows, vt arnna. 1 aru, Harnett, Plalgu. Fuiky. a
larga lot of Fanning Utensila, nn4 Household aud
Kitchen rorniture; a largo lot or Toola: one n.eioi
01111 Patent Mdwer. new: ona larre Borae Rake; and
other artlclet Decaaaary for tarrjifg on be oporatlont
Terma of aala, nlnS ssdltibs errdlton all tnnit over
JJ-, under eaah. - D. TALiMAliOB.
jf. A. BAbGHKKTV,
1 Executor, of M;Z. Krie4er.emaa4. '
P. r. The,xaeulort have alto tor aala al private
aala. a well eeleeud ftSear A rvt gra with all 1ha
Ixturet and ruralmre of well appointed Drug Wore
and Apothecary bhop., , .et. 11, lb JwaJ
CITY HARNESS SHOP,
Gazette JJnUlf -Publre Staare, J.B-
esivter, Okisv -
t aluAT i r :: :
w-rPWTTCLTr teJft allentlop. to Msexcetleiit
I V aatortmant sf rTentatr, Cmltirt, tfkipt, 7Vwntt,
CarpetAra(t,ee. Hla atoek orHamaaecompnMianenr,
ttmm .rRWk MoutTtod BofffT vt Carriage Uarneasi
aiao. Wagon and Plowdo.-nllqf wblcb eannntbe aur-
pitaaM In the city, either lb ttock. wortnitnttp or low
prions. IlebaaiJasatrlmirirbf ibop, where ... .v.
- Bawry an Cwrin Trlmmjrirf
will a4"nawaborDOt1elarrWS1o -lsncatef,JuBSte,lSJw-kly
Tl Q 0 U 2 C S 0 fi ll 4
wes tt lariLLC, CBI. 7
GEORQE W. UARQAR
S71viz.M'!tMl u'u f st
Wil J Inton. Ik. UAUt U.I ,k I ,nn4 tor
MllUaarr let all it. B.tKkn, .
lint tn .p.rl'nc.a wm nlrU'
a. i int R
BALTIMORE .OYSTER Of.
IlsJ'l HOVSXfcf J tf - WmI.i-
kjl.ar lb, IbkUoii uflb Canal mu! R.i!i-j. .
Wr T tunU)n la vlui ml kali Cut
reat,J .tillj. Our frtcr. 1, In r!; iluluf towta)
n aiin v,aapnaa ai a aiowavii ,. at tla
alBBin prlc,. All 0)tira .1.1 tjr nia warrauu4
S" aal frtja ' - i AMfcal mO C. Am,
uaiaui, o. W W 1 1 l-
Weat,..i, Jzi.m.LMi tan tva jraan alacit ,
Prr. Wvd ..f,aaad blsatnra f r tt. uaalilartura ana
aalaaf kl, praparatior.t. aU carttuilarl; bit a4r
ral Half KartwratWa, ar.il . iU.-aiaarMivrav, ra
1tU( npom tha prfst caanwtar of bli pratratlXai U -aoeanifiltab
aa electa lawtd.j lt t.lrr Uxa ap,
hit kaalnM KaaaklarifKi. ar.l, allliaat IKa rdliwry
naaaa'ira?llo avaa-a. ta p.-f.aratlCiL ara fua4
pabaili!,oaln:aaall Jrwrll Pt a,-Jla :
daalen la la F-atat. t ai.a.ia. !: 1 -rt IsdIA
talada. Jlur U ibla ravH aa-jl ir. tHia hla pra- .
paratlo&abafabf4n na-ji t f alKLtfaej.Irf and o&aa,f
KoMlaiaaa andliliaa m H:-:urf ltaitlgbaalu ail
partaof tl.aaoiinwv. tan'f to hvr ptrri cltara..ia(
whan ibo cdl; l, .'.j.n a 'Oi a me r4 hi, aim.-'
lar wltbuTtl biur c'..intrd thl.l, ladd a .'. ary :
arorth; if rta rm. I, !t r.rrr!1i.rUat Hit '
tnrj of tha wnUi fa-al.hea uo fralltl t fylafaooaaif
Hixtora Aa Zartat-atrtat. 1, SlIoS, hu oaljr '
wttb tba ain pupula- patrt :tcln,. Lat aa Imf
t'Bli aod Uaa if f..1 u..a of vaiTdb.erj. taitf and
ullat artiUaJtL lraHr a atd aovtrtU jiuA u rUi
all I-, araul&a thaatt ck rifAra aarobaa-r f altcwharvJ
Haa'.Mbaa a tplnJld aataMlianantSlS Broadway,
NawTrk for tba taprly orbUtwi:nbtaaaarbt.-adih
Saa mil arKaaisablwr lit. AdtMa Uaar Blaan. ax 4
bit a 'ip ioff.a tick at rylr. 1" aa'tr awlajoo
. Imumi Xmimf Mrwr, Jimrzk 11, vJis
Drr Goods fwr Sjiricg & Hmr&et,
wiiUia lei 4 co. .
X. ii Wait Fusv'.li tr4t. Cinesannlla
OSanu ataal, la :aa)ra"tknsrf and aiaara.
AVEHf EXTCMSJVE ATTSACTIVE TC 1
AHioJABUi, TASifiFtl AXb
CiSKft rcxLvt or tnjDi, iei
UW' Cn-ta OvoJt.af i lcla.of Fakriss;Sri4
and VanUlla,; If rjbr.ii!r ud La.-i: IHk:,.,
fl lalarr. dc klnaoa. Muil'.aa.aida'l klnf
plain tiotitK Hatwtai-log Ojgd, cat
FDH JUtY i.laKOT.' WE1BI
, - -
.3'.iaca rndurUe wtlit an: prlrt principle.
Irlcl aiarkae at raei tt faroraHla ta pnrvbaaara mM
awaba aBotUaJ Lj ma baua aasjag4. ii, a tculai
rarkaaa TWUaf Ctwalnaatl tra rapas!!lr larlt4
la ail Ind axaaktar 0J aw! a rue a. Srii i (8
wjjlso. hiii Efr k so 3
Xmafatlarart'taj laipcrUrigf '
WATCHES. JEWELRY. SILVER
AT WHOLESALE ABO BETA 1 1,
Seats Vrit Crt oi Xatn at. Fenrta itreeki)
Clock! Tatcltw ud Jorwolrf Rcpmlr- '
d and Wrrsaitda
AogMU, KViS Jj17 . .
a 19 prcpAr.'d, oa MiwrL artc. ia uo ax j iiti er
0.'ar lit ill line, to map tier jr-.tT-Mcsi to Ua.
TrVjrtaik-aBi Taarro.tt- vr? boat witll ail
limsbaffuu4 ai tlu City CanfeM-.tlcrory. .
Xfaiccprrteurfl aV'Xirn frr Uit parp&M.Tie
Uai rcbfirabt WMicosamoiUtB ana &tliat
with It CtA ivti iisaitr r.fij4biaabti
an-uaA.-aawr.Jt.ij it, l.4Ul.lf
WnOLbSALF. LKiUias t5
HATS. CAPS AND FANCY FURS. "
tli yijLln alrrcl, CtorlnataWIe
Have tdwafull Kl .u.nad ara aX1ar-(.d rtcairlag
froth aupilet of ail ttbiUuf '
ilea's aad iilxk, Drew a auatTad
!rir, ai'.tt I'c.irl Sufi Tlttt, far ri
WojI; Cat!) ?V ?!4JilU!zMIld '"
r.nt Vnf tut !)te uud Uot.
ni ff AliO OOSBs; '
WOLF AND FANOY R03Ei,f
KATTEX.' FUtC, TKIMMiNfiS, L&.
To wlilek we wawlf aaU Ue nttcullou nf Irealm ea4
Toantry ?J.-xhar.U bai'.ra puilhoehrg, at me ara pra
parad ta o'tr tuwertor ls4r.easiei.tt to eatk or proa. pi
Uoeuayera. C. B. CAMP A CO.
Clsainnttl, Ottober , lUJ-SmtS
Vi vT itT' it '
.tn itriiria it .. .
SCAKItVa KOUK KTORE, .
OF?iitabirC'ara Hole!, Laacastcr, Ohio!
T W-05EY MOOlf aod other CoraallllM from Punell
f 3 Autobiography of aa Aetreta, by Mia. Mowalh .
Journey In Ceuaral Africa, by Bayard layluf
Kar.ee! ana aaoieite, by Bale .
5tunv Memories of Fore'gn Land,, by ktn. Stow
Tha rietter hand.by Tbompeon
Napoleon hit Army.Tae Camp Fliaa of Kapoleod:
A Raw lot nf A nnnale for UK, aa k Sim lot 01 Small
Catholic r'raver Hooks, fplkr'rfbal Prayer Beo,.ee4
Urge lot ot Family GIBlaa and I'ecket Blblea at
reduced Prjree. , vv.j,-.. tail.
rorkel Wallete. Port liDlet. aj.4 Pea KnlMl, for
aala aithe Rook Store
lie aithe Book Store f JOHJI KKA
Oct-kO. 1J4 i
OfffU4 HmmfT'm EmttU
r. c. .riEfi
?X J , tens of Palrfoid oo..t; that he had
fvt-roeeniiy P" P o.w arri ""r,
iJi imtmuHmltltinlHrimrtf IFhift LefleV
frerdeSf-a Start, cmri Jlltt. laaauter 0., where
hewllleoattanilykaepoi. ka4 aad mannfaelnrn ,
orderevery variety of vehicle It. hltllae.
TrrKpairtgdone an rno-t novice, pp - a
vrrrableteni,i , . DevA. b4, WIMI
SJLW CLOTHING XSTAfiLISHMUTTi
. . . i'iT"r a a h k, . . '
n ASlntlreeetvedaadUopewllig f.ir eaie In lbs
Mtv of LoaaaiWr.on mailt Ptreef. el the well
known tland In Uv. Mhawb'a Wrei, oppoei.e Oeorgw
Kauffman't Prug store, a large, miw aad aplaadid
aortmeui of tha meat faakionabia
READY MADE CLOTHING,
which will be aold al eretl Wrralne. at I ant 4etermlf '
e4 to aell at tbe loe ett for etab. lie moet reJ
epectfullvaolivlUarejfaable there of pa bile patnta
awa aa I azneol I" conilrrae In this plaee far yaart, to
iupply elllsan. In U.e rlchett riotnln. ,
wish toperehate clothing ' tadrtcd will 4o well t
aire him eal..-aal abll be onabUd wl(h tiie atoak of
Ooodion hand l gratify the tatte ef the moil faalid'
loutdamlv and mrin!f drtwn to "he booeet fnrra.
er. I ahall ee tntwvt ve crtnnmi uv wmhwm 1
Oermtn, Prearb andBnrlithUngoist.
Lancutler, lone 81, !c5V 3mT
' viMPR! pckpsii pcaiwnf-
DR. ROCKET, aftaraa erperlencw of SouHetrf
. Teartln Ihe manuftet'tTe of PnT.pe, and a lha
roegSlnveativvlnln!eUiel durability, fuU ewnsr
declbe eannow recommend bli .
foperlor Paner M'oed j't-'mpl '
aeVelagturpaavad brnons madantctarad In tlli if
glon wouurv. Raving bean lnoroui;!j ietled b
the eMetlrftliaoe In tbleaud a.ijfltnlng uoJktlee.laer
have bsen unepltnontly nroeaueced tMerior to all
biheee andfaraarpaatluglhe halo Pump In derm
ellltv. I wlllpromi-ilyjiieadie al erderegtven vr
bllT, eentby roaA. Veranas 0?rfwg aj eiteell-tii
and oureble Pump will pleai nail, aa I feels ee4
-lent thai 1 can render eatlce attraction, bone a.l
genuine except tb- mea:i.cture y
lituef oils. Xy ILlrat-Sai. neCT' t
v ,, im AW N 6 TIC E.
- i trE -Vltl.ASs .
arroaSst eorwaxi.to . laavaerta', 4t
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