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OF NTW YOSK.
. . FOR VICE FRF.S DENT,
A. J. DO N E LSON,
Tridiy, April 2i. 1300.
r I LLMOiiE .'-Tlie fititida.iou of my pre
frrrnr that Mr. Fillmore has administered
ihe Executive GovprnrPent with signs! success
and ahl'liv Jla has been tried snd' found
true, I.hfii1, honest and cortaclenciuus."
' "I bfriina'li to my well belovrn" npphpyr
, Andrew J. Dnnels'jn, aon of ?amuel rone'ison,
i!ncpned. the elcrar.?. awr-rd . preapntpd to me
bi the State nf Tnnei,ifp, v i:h this injnne
' ti'in, thtit he foil not to uc it v hnn tipr n"ry
In npp'rt and proipftion of our p'orioin Un
liii and fur the protection of tli rnptriltiiibm
a rich" cf our bplnved country, fhrntd thry
b( HrllrH liv "orpi'n nr. doin"t in triiiinrp
Thl brrppnih i nmdo n a rnrm nH of rnv
.i.i'n rP(rir'l. adection "d rs'ppm whipli I
. bar to Ii i m tt Ma" minded. I'otipbI nnd
:oDorabio man." .NDRli'.V JACKSON.
, . (jjr The- forcil ptr'y U Inborinjr bard to
.Make the imp-ciion that al'ivery U tbs only
l-auc In thi csnvtiaa. Of course. iioonuwiM
te mirpriiT-d nt iIi'h, when It remombered that
thl ln brtcn the pullr-y of tht party, for I'm
tnn'y ypare. In truth, theelav-rj npi j
tallon cuns'itutpj ihi'ir entire political capital,
and J iclr ruL-cea lies In nlarminrj llioce who
rpprc'iend d.injor from thil aimti in, and tbn
iiiirin thu panic, bargaining -i h the frrpcolt
aiid abuliii in pi't'.Ca for their e.ipp irt, In con
MuVniion of a liher.tl aharc of t lie cp ii!a Ti;at
till U trun, i nd i 'ptituHIe facts most clearly
jrvo. Tue an'i elavery fnctintis have never
ni.'cd with tho whij party, and the locfoco
p.rly has ricvcr succeeilod withnnt tiioir aid.
Toil a eijnifknnt fact And why is it so ?
If bo'h p.ttie,, iti tho S mth. are rqully sound
on too emery rjticsiion, wny m ii inai me
nnrtiiern 'I'anaturs invariiily dine r i.ni ua ta in
fivor of the locofacoa ? There i-t a reison for
il there i"3crw loose s.ite wht re I What
I i thut reaaon I Toe hi(fs honeatly bplievod
thai there s danger to the Uultj'i, frum the
s'nvery ajita'.ifn, and endeavored to aveit tli'it
that dscijer. Tnis arrayed against them the
mi e an!i-'verv sentiment of the North. On
tho otljer lir.ml. Ihn lucofocoa apprehend no dun
p"r frirn I tin t source, so lon as the two winji
ofthe pirty cm be held togeihr by Hie co
liciive power of public plunder' ; and finding
In the slavery, ajltnii n, a;i rxhaintless fund
of pilillcal cipltttl. b-)'h Rcctionn oTllie locofoco
pnr;y hnvo resolved tiat it shttll never cease.
Willi thin tacit ejriint to pidnder the na
ti m's treosury, and dfvide tlie spoils, every
s iccef live preaidetitiut canvass is marked 4y
a rcnewx! of the irca'y, and each interim set
f pnt for motnal abue, jil tosave appearnca.
hi cuinrmnim of the forrjoinj, look at iheso
fact For a period of eight years, Van Rureu
wa the favoi i e of the southern win, and he
Is as the whiis ever said he was a notorioua
abolitionist. D.irinjj the nexl four years, Cans
was rheir favcrite, and he is the father of the
1 odious doctrine of fCjirattix Rovreignty the
nvut ineidious aboliiion moveincnt ever yet
set on foot. Their next favorite, and the only
Rout'irrn mm they have brought forward since
ti e days of Gen. Jackson, actually put his sign
and seal lotho Wilmot Trnvidn, and was sut'
tjincd. Their next favorite the present oc
copmt-of the Vhite Ilntise denounces s'Byc-'
ry aa a curse, loathes the fugi'ive slave, law
mid has crowded (ho rfiicesof the country with
the enemies of the South
Such is the sag nit party, and such its an.
trccdcnls; and yet, with a record blackened
by inll-sltvpry alliances, they come forward
and c''i;n to be the only true friends of the
South, orTi alone worthy of its confidence.
MilUrd Fillmore, whose aduiluistratinti stands
pre-eminent, in the modern days of this Re
pub'lc, for its cotiaervulve uisdom and un
fiinchiiig devotion to tlie Constitution and tho
Union, 1 denounced as nn ttbolitinnist, by these
allies of frccsnilUm tin'se supporters of uho
lilionism and sqiiatter sovreignty and Wilmot
Provi-oiam, iii tho persons of their several
13ut tdiV'.'ry is not the only I sun in this
cjuvofs ; and t!;o foreign pirty, in ntlcmpiing
to malio the lnipreti in tint it is, are only
playing at thrir old gunie. There is another,
and a lu mientoiis question before the people
one which involves not only the protection of
eouthern righto, but tlu security of the gov
itrnmeut itself. That qnastion i-5 shall A i er
ica ba governed by i'o-nwn nativu e ms, or be I
tUnationiiViied and deinoralid by fo.eign in
tiuenco. This issue tlie foreign party will gladly
evade. Ita leaders know-that pride uf country
and a conviction that il should bo governeJ by
Ita native citizens, are leeilngs to be found in
evary truly American heart, and loud and uni
versal woulj ba the alVirniatire tcapnnte to lite
proposition, were it not that the stringency ofl)
pir'v discipline a.ifl -s the vuice of patrlo'lstn
and niali the veriest sUves of those ahu
shoiiU be freemen. Thpy know thai this A
ineri -ati ten'.lmer.t is Indigenous lo the Ainer
Icdri heait; and fearing '.'sopen inmifestaliou
. '.he death bn to tag u it hopes a very n.ejm
that a-t l.igei.-i'itv. le-uia In coirupt rxpedicnta.
en ilp-e. i b- i..g tried, with the heps, o'
eru"! in) it Oct. '1 i.p pirty lash is applied with
so leavy s hind, hit niue but the bold and
eonaolciwi-J d't'e -' y il ; and wUltt the
lrnid nre UpV. in Mj.-ct iub'n'.s.ua to ihe wil'
t,f th!r '.(.: '.J- '.Oi.i.Ti r busy p.;-.!!
ihe work of rr.Urrpresentatini ii meads of
deceiving Into rompllirirp, trrae vthoare lit1
.l too spirited to be controlled through fe.r of,1"' Dowi.b.r. .nd will bar-ad with VP In
ihe lash. - ,
Fueli Is ihe party, and it disclpllra, with
which Ampticans list to contend. That the
"fit jr Issue Is slavery. Is art Impress! in thry
aoutd gladly crpnte ; for 'hey dread lint feel
In; o-" AmPrit-snUrrt which VPry native c( tlx
land imbibed v. Kb tiia mother's nvlk..
tC7m!d tlia r-loom which shrouds the fit
lure hi' lUu distracted country, and carries
dnmay to the heart uf (be and iwsl pan-
g-ittie patrloie, a ray of hope, sometimes breaks
upon ll,c ruerilal vision and calls forth iho ex
clamationall W nut yt lost t Thcter i rot
s man. in whose breast beats an honest Amor
lean heart, w ho utterly despairs of ihe Republic.
Ii the bour ofhia deepest despondency, bis
own ardent Icve uf country and unelfi-h de
votion to Its free institutions continually inspire
faith that the pccplo wilt, ere it be too halo,
ilieoovcr the fatal lentlcncr uf licenci.ni party
I ptsetpline and, throwing ( II Ita shackles, come
to their country' rescue.
When we look around tis, and tee men of
intcllijjrncc nipn, whose hopes and interests
should all be bound up in the safety and pros
perity ofthe R(piililic men wii'ise drpirtuxMit
in the social circle ind In the transaction o'.'
every d iy life, bi-trays no markeii moral or
nieiitnl oliliquity when ace such men optively
ni!jiif.lirijr H,h rnichiuery r.f party, wi.h tin
higher oim than the poRiepsinn of the spoils,
our boost of a free government eet:is like idle
vnpnriii);.. Cut when ve look from llic-o eelfih
and reckleei lenders to the people theru'elvef,
and rtf!e:t that they are honest, llowcvpr delu
ded, w can but indulge the hope that their eyex
v ill j et be opened that 111 jr will vet eec the
character of those in whom the? bliodlv and
unwlat ly confide, in all its deformity, and cast
them off as enemies of their country. Could
the inaes peep behind the curtain, and see
and hear all that transpires in the secret con
clave of their artiiil lenders ber politics'
npken of e a gurue of chince, the winner, at
which, must be a cheat hear honor in politics
derided ss a foolish Bi:peritition---liear this
so'firh coiiMilerati m, and that deeply r rated
prejudice discussed, aa the eure means of run
kinj a ready and active to il of this man and
thiit could tho masses hear thee tilings, and
nnnrpeiale the cxintemrit with which thi'V are
j by (hoH(, whose g,aveg fliey ,,lfy
would turn, with loathing nd disgust, from
their party associations, to stndy the interests
of their country, and llieir own duties as free
men. And that soma ore beginning so to think
and act, is appirenl from the following reso
lutions adopted by a meeting of the people, at
Diiien, Georgia, irrespective of party. This.
tltoiKh the first, will not, wo trtWr, be the last
movement of the kind, indicating, as .-dops,
a determitntion, on the part of the people, to
as.-ert their independence anj exercisa ihiir
own unbiassed j idgemcuta in adiuiiiistertiig
their own government: - Hi'?
Whereas Millard Fl! mora his been bronchi
forward as a caiiidatelor the I'reulilency oj'lie
Rcs ttvrd, That this meetins rccngniio Mr,
Fillmore ns a ptlrlotle and national iriiin. and
ns a siiitabie and competent person to admin
ister the government.
As the nnrne of Andrew Jackson D neson
hna been brought forward 'or the Vice Presi
dency in connection with thut of Mr. Fillmore
for the Presidency, '
I esolvfd, That we approve of said nomina
tion. Oil. motion of Mr B.iley, it was
Remtvl, That we support these gent'emcn
as men and pttriots, and .iut as members ol
any particular party.
There ii a plain, common FPiise, business
air ab iit these resolutions, which stamp them
the work of found heads and honest hearts ; the
footprints ofthe domtigogue nre no where vis-
ihle upon them. They epoik tho sentiments
of devotion to count'y, which the people would
' everywhere feel and utter, were they out of
1 the clutches of the filthy political harpies who
either d.slroy or defile everything they touch.
OrThe April number of the Farlnr Vislto'
is more than usually inter s Ing its contents!
are vaiied and selected with taste. This Mag
sxino l pjblished in Nsshville, hy Wm. P.
Jones, atone dollar peraaauat, ti.d deieivvs
a literal patronage.
CrThe following endorsement of Millard
Fjlliri"re, Is from the Democratic Retiew'of
ttrest, by tt confirmatory of their
own highly wrouchl eulogies of ihit tjlstin
gHished statesman and patilnt, In . It Is
giatifying to every man to hav hin opinions
endorsed by high eu hoti-y, and ! lake plea,
sure in bringing forward Ih IVmocratic Re
tie to rea-eure the sng n'ta of the corroetness
of.thplr etiinaia of ir, FiPitiioro. Sime of
tltptn. difTulent of ihclr powers of discrimina.
lion, are inrdestly endeavoring to backoui ;
but, embolnened by tin concurrence of such
high authority, l!:J will, doublles, stand up to
.Momrttnirs events were transpiring. The
opilathin af Ihe question of slavery was p'a
mount in the public mind. In this cii-ti.' it
was well that ko relinli'.. a man as Mr. FjH
more, was fo;ind in the l'residptiliol chair. The
safety and pprponiii of ihft U ion were threa
tened. Already Imd fanaticism miseJ its hy
dra head. PrtieiTtps and iUl8 leaped from a
thousand amhusendee. Tlie pommies of the
Union started from on every fide Abolition
ism here, eeces-d iiibm tner ; aquigition and,
fii ibtiitteaisin elspwhere these were tlie lor
miilr.ble elpmPiits of misrule witrl whicli the
nxpctitive had to cope. How well l.e met,
and how entirely, for the time, be overcame
these etioiuicVor tbe pence of t e rcpiblic, we
leave tho bM-irin'n' to relate ; hut fur rKo
speel would Le incomph'te and disingeniiu.ui.
did wo rot accord the mead of praise j'iBify
due to high mortal cxcellenco anil Inlellectii il
and administrative lioiitsty a'nit talent, as i!e
velcp:d in the adniinistrati n of Mr. Fillmore,'
Qtrt '." u fcy refsretro to the for
eign news, that pence is procluiuied, between
Russia ami t iir-o II ij. What has been the loss
or g tin to either of th? pirties. does not very
clearly nppeir. The Poles, Ilungirims and
Italians reniain as they were, but, Turkey has
obtained a short postponement ofher inevitable
fate. Rivers of blood have been shed, end
j..(intl.'H treasure expended, but the area of
freedom hna not been enlarged, nor the inter
ests of mankind. In tho ti ghtest degree, pio
moled. ' .
Oar nHijhbur lei himself out, this week,
on the American party. We hope his stomach
fjels e.ieiJr his conscience, we can relieve,
by assuring him that nobody's linrt, uul-'ss his
Q As our p iper was nearly ready to go to
press, when the Convention adjourned, we can
merely report the aubslaoce of its proceedings,
ACTION OF THE RAILROAD BOARD'
In obedience to a resolution, passed,. 23J of
March, bur Engineer has fully surveyed the
route above the town of Clarksville, and finds
il not only pr faiiuablo, but highly beneficial to
ihe commerce of ClasKsville and tho surround
trig county, in the accessibility of its Depot
Grounds, being free from surrounding wateis,
occasioned by tl.tf frequent fliodsof our rivers,
as wVaj-Mji- .au, ihe east end of the city of
Cl'irkstllle arojeOfJrS towards the regions of
ihe ey.iefljrnip p'mg from our city and
the diTja'in cost of coostTUCting eaid road,
being iNfciparatively a 'irifl'!, compared with
the in'ieretsts involved; and the estimates of
said surveys only having bccii completed tho
day before the letting of our contracts, and it
being important to givu expression to our views
on the en1 jc-.M, bj it:
Rssolved, That so much of the resolution'
passed by the Foard on the 2'2d of M-irch, in
regard to submitting the vote to (lie Stockhold
ers, be carried out ; but that we hereby locate
tho road on tho roulenbove the ton of Clarks
ville, as prufi'ed by the Engineer, and will
submit the qoestinii of ra'ificttion of this our
act, lo lite volo ofthe Stockholders, on the Sli'i'
of May, the day hereby appointed for an elec
tion of fifteen. Directors to surve for twelve
Th District Convention, on yesterday' was
nrganizod by making J. G. Horuberger Esq.,
Prasiilent, Ino. D.Tyler ahd S. P. Anient Vice
Presidents, and appointing as S crelarins, Mr.
Kemp, of tlie Patriot, Mr. Bilbo, ofthe Gazette,
Mr. Walker of iho Banner, and R. W. Thoini
The Delegates hnving reported themselves,
a Committee of five, from each county, was
ifippmuted to select a candidate (or District h
lector, and Assi.lunt Elector for each county ;
and also report resoluti on endorsing the nom
inations o' ihe Vuiioual inerican Cuiiveniion
nt Philadelphia. .
Tho Commitee made the following repor
which was uu .hiuiously adopted:
Rfsoi.ved, That, the nomination of MIL
LA HI) FILLMORE and ANDREW J. DDN
ELSON i cnndttlates for President ami Vice
President meets our most cordial nppn bation;
ai d that ihe noblest ends of patriotism and of
'he public interest demand their election.
Rxsot.ied. That every honorable angenry
sliuold bi brought into requii-tioii, to secure
ihe success ol this ticket, and this convention
earnestly invokes the ni I of all who desire the
pence and harmony and glory of the country.
Resolved, Thai Jams M. Qitamleh, of the
County o' Montgomery be and he is oeieby
nomiiiutpd as a candidate for Elector- in this
L.leit,irl n-rilrif-t in thn annmnchiiitT Presi
' dcntinl elecli-ui on the ticket of Millard Fill
more and Andrew J. DoneUon.
Re'olvfd, That in order to give tho utmost
strpiinili and i tlicienry to ihe canvass, that
the tollowing gentlemen be and ore hereby
tiomiuaied as assistant electors lor this Dis
County of Davidson. John Reid, D. C
Topp. John Hugh S i itii, Mike Vaughau, W.
L. Biown, W. G. trien and Hermin Cox.
duniy of Stewart. Jmnes Lee, Jr., James
ii E Rice and Nath Brandon.
' Countv ol D'txim Dr. J. M. Larkins, A
1 E. Caldwell and II. P. Collier.
County of Robertson. Jo. C. Stark, M
' Raines. Col. Wylio Woodward,' Dr. Malloryi
E. A. Fort and M. S. Driughan.
County of Montgomery. John F. House,
G. W . llampt n. J. G. Horuberger, W II.
Crouoh, B. A. Rogers, T. W. Beaumont, Bur.
rill Williamson, John D. lyler, M.D.Davie
and Jsnies E. Bailey,
Tha Di'trict Convention having finished Its
business, a motion was madu that the citizens
r ilia countv. then present, nominal C. G
Sintiil bb Sub-Elector, for tho oounty, which
motiorf was carried unanimously, whea
Tl;t Convention adjourned, tna die.
ARRIVAL OFTHE B AILTC.
' Peace Declare II
New York, April 17.
Tlie steamer .-Esltic has" arrived otT S.mJy
Hook. - ,
On Sunday, the nOth, the treaty of pe ice was
signed at Paris.
Nothing wi heard of the Taelfie.
Kichirdsoir, pnee & Co. nnote cotton ar?-
vanced lower q ti'ities mpr.jvpd most. Sal-.s
f.ir three days :M,00l ble. M.rU.i
steady. Orle.ms miJilliaif 6; l lii. Brea lstutTs
genemlly unehanged. Provisions geiiPiarlr
unchanged. Market closed steady and quiet.
Haw I ors. April 17.
The Collins steamer Baltic has arrived.
Peace is actually signed.
. Wiles of cotton- for three days were 29.000
InleR. Pales to speculators and txporo rn 9,
500 bales. All qnalities have advanced Jl.
ilreadstufTs dull and declining. Provisions
anchanired w'nh limited Dusinass. Consols lor
money 9:1 1 10. . ,
, 'ihe Blii-w not at her wharf at 12
The Atlan'le had arrtvf d otrt at Liverpool.
Peace was proclaimed on the 2d.
Flour froi.k improved demand firmly hold at
lato ram. Coin is q g i e t and imctianred
Lard quiet, pending large arrivnls from the
continent. Tallow steady, fiigland, Athya.
4i Co .of Llvorpiol, quotes wheat 13 Jd dear
er. Beef wnil pork unchanged' Bicon ac
iivea(d2s 6 Ile itis nt auction. Stock cheese
exhausted. Rosin dull at 47d.'3Sd.
FURTHER BY THE BALTIC.
New V.-kk, April IT.
The Baltic is at anchor oti'side the, harbor,
The papers nrrivedsl 11 o'clock without pre
vious Hniinuiicf nient.
The treaty 'of peace was Rgiocd by nil of the
plpiiipnten'iarit'S nn Sunduy, March 30:h.
'lhere Wna a yreut demjustratioo in Pari
by firing of cannon, Illumination, &c. Tlie
Englifh demuusi rations were much more qui
et Ratifications cannot ba exchanged within
four weeks. .
The Africa arrived ouioo the 31st.
Cotrtin eirongpr than at previousiidvicea and
a Ivnnced a- Sales of two days 21.U'Jl) bales.
Brpadstulls null, but no lowei. Consols ad
STbe litails are coming up in a steam tuj
.ATrjsT. - nwiiti . jiril'Z, A. M France
The Alonitetir. of yesterday, announced by a
special decree the award of 'JrandCro-s of the
Legion of Honor was conierrcd un Wnlewrki
and Biron Bourgeney, and the Baron B. is
rained to the dignity of a eJottntor.
Official Joumuls also nnnounce the Emperor's
decirinn that the soldieis of class ol 14S, who
have been retained till now under ihe military
banners filial! be restored to their homes
Ordsrs lor the immediate exscu.ion of ihe
will of the Emperor have already been issued
by the Minister of War.
The ceremonial announcement of Ihe con
clusion ol peace was made to the Senate and
lha corps legislative on Monday in Ihe words
prewi msly employed to announce the fact in
he Mnni'enrA ' ihi-proclamation tho Min-
stea; nf War sdds:';
I ' Tho JCmpVror has- ciiargpil, that. In bring
iufir the fact to yo-ir knowledge, 1 flunil.l reu
d-ryou thauk!Tfor he Htiprmrt you have itlwnj's
afTordcd, which, with tie admirable devoted
ness ofthe allied force, have cotttributcd to
the happy is-me of ihe war."
Wirli regard lo the pence, it has already
been stated ihatiho mem tiers of the conference
hav si il L to parted a ninnlier of secondary ar-r-ingPimnts
essential to the new state of affairs
to be established in the East.
The Lenord snys the nrgnnizni in of the
Principalities is one of those restive subjects,
and the Debuts points out another special regu
lation necessary, to aecure tho free navigation
of the U ii'ii '.e.
Minri'.ht, Tati'lay . Affif Bey embarked
lust nijht1roin this port bearing the treaty to
Constantinople for Ihe ralilicati hi ofthe Sul
tan. A French ofiieer of rank also embarked
otr a special mission to the Sukun I'rotn Ihe
Emperor of France.
Admiral iSytnond-i died on his passage from
Berlin 7Vif.iy Tlie announcement of the
conclusion of petcein the Prussian chambers
yesterday was receive! with cheers
Accounts have beon received ofthe death cf
Sir Charl 'a II ithun, Govern ir of Vienna.
The Kiitlsh (lerman legion, whicli has be n
raised by Baron Etulienlieini to meel the exi
gencies of th war. will bo sent lo ihe Cape
of Good Hone now thut peace io coii-;luded. At
Ihe Cope they will garrison colonics and offi
cers nnd men will receive grants of land lor
military services. Tin) strength of fofce will
muster annul April UHli, when all (roups en
route will he relieved.
Toe Bank of r ranee has reduced ita rales of
discount from 6 to 5 per cent.
The Mouileur contains Ihe following dis
patch from I'elessier, dated Sabasmpol, HoM;
This morning (he French, English, and Sar
dinian armies nun floe is fiieii 10.J guns each
in honor of the birlli ol the Prince imperial.
During I lie day th comnandeis in chi-f'd'the
English and Sardinian armies came nDjci-ill) to
offer up t heir rongraiulatkiiis. There Imve
been illuminations In the camps, and the Rus
sians illuminated their line on the lnkermsmi
New Yokk, April 21.
Tlte Tribune's Wsshingion corres pondenl
says ihe oovernmeul lias received no dl-p ilclies
from iV'r.' Dallas by the lusi steamer in regard
to the difliciiliiea between Um two couuiries.
nor any notice front tr. Crsinpton that he had
received tho answer lo Mr. Marey'a demand,
whicli has been so long promised. At the la
test accounts Air: Dallas had not been present
ed to tho Queen, probably owing to his absei.ee
al Windsor, but !. had been formally recogn
ised by Lord Palmer-ton a id was transacting
Jiisiiuss at the foreign office.
Tha rumor from here ofthe contents ol
Minister Whetler'a dispatches are entirely
fabricated. Nat a. line has come concerning
(he recant hostilities.
Tub reported challenge of Senator DaugUs
hy Col. Lane has very liule fouudaliou. No
challenge has been given and no correspon
dence between them t et exit. except a nolo
from Cel. Lane addressed to Douglas lo relieve
Col. Lane trom the imputations cast upon his
honor and integrity, which weru inip.ua in
that Senator's comment on lha Kansas mi mo-
rial. To that note Ii is expeded aaalMsclory
reply will be uiad.
GO" Tha Lady's book, for May, presents a
rich table of literary contents, for tbose whu
read, and a fcaat of embejllshina nit fcr those
who prefer to gratify th eye both departi
meuts are gotten up;wiih tat and judgement
IIHWT rjtfniH OJr&atps IIRaT SEslo!.
VeJnrlit,t Pro:trd!ng$ Cndt1td.
WAsiiksoTt), April 13.
hum. Mr Keitt inquired what party Mr.
S iitnn rpprpecn'ed when h IrVraduced his
bill sgtinst the admtnUiration. Tha pintle
man frrm Ohio was a leading mpinbpr of tlw
KUck Rppiililicins a fpsr monttis g; he came
herp a-wrtisir natioruliiv offrpl nn aod sec-
tloiuilily of slavery, mating tliplr issues li p rp.
peal of ihe focitive slavp law, the rator itlun (f
the M' Hirl c itipr vntse. and t he nio-adu's
ri.m of a nf in ire slaves ita-es i i'o toe U lion ;
thwy fame here ho-sii ij of their majority nnd
eleeaed Iheir lead -r Speaker. Rom ir says they
dare Ttol siow go before the country on Ihose
Mr GidJinsrs apaled to the civility of Mr
Jeiv ' yield the fijor to Mr. Harlan on Kan
i . ;V.ii s.
W' iitt raid if could not, having promised
to ivnew the motion to lay on the table the mo
tion to recon-i.ler ihe vote. Clamorous cries
for th qoesiion.
The question being pnt, il wasdrcided in the
Mr. Tyson, from the Library CnmmlMen re-port-da
joint reidtition lor Ihe purchase nf
1")I0 copies, at five d dlars pae, of Kane's
Narrative of tlie Arctic txpediiloii lor ditn
bu'ion nnions t!i metnhers of digress, and i
. ... t ............ ,.r .i. A v ....... i. ... i
noTlinriaing the Secrejiry of tho Navy to have
appr.ipriile ine.l its sirnck otT "ii i prpsenled t'l
Dr. Kane, Ins officers, and in I. expressive ,.f
the high este-'tn in which C osf re iiolds their
respective serfices. The res ilotiou was pis
sed under the opraion of the previous ques
tion by tour majority.
Mr. Stanton ui"ved for a reconsideration
(i.e rote. II a .id this system ol book publish
ingvvas coniteinned bv every iniclliirenl man
In tlie count ry and tniJlit not ba foler itt d. Ho
did not want hi friends in iho majority to ! e
respousiblo for such eniraviKauee, In the
Pru.iileiitial plenloo it w.iuhj slick lo iln-ni
like liie ;nH'ni'rf shirt ol Nessns. . He expect
ed to arraign Ihe Ad ninisir iii.in rot only for
ins (or ihe Nebrnskn act sod for u-in;r Execu
tive influence to propagate slavery, buf ulso for
Air V aiK-ir eolorj?ed Dr. Kane for hard
ship? lie hnd so n ob'y eit'lor-jd mid for the valu
able con rilnitions he had furuislwd lo sefnee.
Washington. April 17.
Sentie Tho C wvnitte on Couunerre was
directed lo inquire into the coolie trade and re
port the rmprieiy of prohibiting it or extend '
log to ihe ves-e!s engaged in It the provis-lous
of the passenger net
Tlie bounty land hill was discussed but no
Tlie eun!e adjourned.
J I tune The Senate's fortification bill was
tabled, having been improperly originated in
'I he deficiency bill was debated until adjourn
ment. Friday' Proceedings.
Washington, April li.
Senate. On motion of Mr Seward a reso-
lullo whs ndop:etl dlrecling toe Loo.inntce on 1
post eiuces io inquire into inn eapeuioucy if
estubiistiiu a uuirin ui rule of posit g uiroug-ou-
the United .Vales-
On moiion m Mr. Sumner. a resolution was
adopted insiriiC'insf th Commitiee on Patients
to consider the expediency of amending the
patient laws so-far as to allow the inhabitants
ol ihe nei 'tiboring British provinces to enj ')'
the beucuts of tliesc- laws un an equal foo ipg
in all respects with the cltizaus ol the United
if IT ...1 - lw..- V
Ai 'use ,u i ii suuoiiueu a iryiier nu-dn-Bsed
bv tlia Seere sry ofltie Navy to- Mr.
Ben-oin, chairman of the Jointnitteu on Naval
Ali'iirs, in which Mr. Dobbin invites members
of Congress to visit lha new steam frigate
Merrluinc al Auim p dis, suyiuglhut the Presi
dent uml hiinsell'ixpecl to leave Wai-hlnglnu
lor that city tnis a terniHin. and wt.l hwafi tlie
arrival of tlie inoiiiing lri:i beloru going on
board the steamer.
On motion of Mr. Washburn, of Illinois, it
iffWiifii That when the House adjourn il be
until nut Monday.
Untitle. I'nsbtil aiitnorizi ng and facilitating
the const ruction of a inilroad and teh-grnpn
line from the Mississippi lo the Pucific was
Mr. W.lier rnaiiitnined tho con-Minti nnal
power lo cn root miiiiurv ami oilier mnds
Uirough tho I- monies uf die Uni ed Sta es.
Cmig rees has In quemly m old nppn.pria i,in
ot laud tor such porp is -s Puree nund e l and
forty fllousaud ilatl trs h id horn exp-mled to
procure reports and snrvo s, which s io.v tti at
lhere are tlnee or lour pnetic bl- r ijroul
routes In the Pacific:. His main desire unit..
ob;nin the cousifoc-i-in oi a roa I I'roni ncti
such brandies would em ulate s ihe iieee.-i ies
of cninmerce demand 'l ite comini ipp. h i.n.g
the auhjeel in charge prop-ised tltnl ihe Secie
tary of War. Si-cretary of Ihe interior, and
Posunaster General shall advertise for hids
ith uuiliori y, under ihe direction of the Pros
ident, to si-lect ihu most invorsb'o one. Ac
cording -o ills cnleiilalion Ihu money invested
in such a work would yield 13 per cent, per
nullum-, e-t tin at i i ig six tumi-iand p ismingprs (j -
Ing both ways, nnd Ihe d.-ciea-e o the Hun
employed will Ik a s .ving of more than a mil
lion dollars yearly. . He showed the great mm
eial and ind )st riul weuhli ol Cali.vrnis to oc
copy an exteiisivp urea ot tlie racmc coast;
and arguing ihe npcesMiy ol ihp road for tin
pnpose nt eoitnwerce us ivell as the proleclion
und uiniiiipnniiee nt the Union.
Mr. Sew ard obtained "'he fl-mr, when ilia bil
was po.-tp- lied till ihe Ibh inst.
Sixteen p-i "ii hills were passed, and the
Senme Mojonrned till iMmidiiv.
ll'Ue Tup i-nmuiit'ep on elections repor
led ugainst Bird B Conpuian's retaining hi
seat ns DelejfMie trom Nebraska ana in favor
of H inim P. B.-iiiii-it.
The House debated several hours on the de
lict nicy bill, ami, wi l out coinig to a emu lu
sum, the House adjourned.
The Cincinsati CoNnasTioaj Forestalled.
Tha New York Herald's Washington corres-
pondenl grves the tollowing, winch. It ci rned
out, will leave the Northern members i.l the
convention but little to do In iiuiniua'ing a
A secret circular hia been sent to the lead
ing Demosrais of ihe Southern Smes, pn p..a
ing a union of all ihe Suithern delegates lo he
Naiiooal Couveii'ioii. before leaving-lor Cin
cinnali. np ih one man aa their 'candidate for
Ihe Presidency. It Is urged that ancli a step
is. rpndered ueeea,,ry under . he present sis to
uf things, lor Sou1 hern sec u -it) ugainst North
ern lauaiiciaiii. and that ihe safety of the Soiiin
L..nist in toe ctmire of m.$r,:g psrs a for t o
Prei-iduucy ou whom ibey can with cerluioty
Vinc at I.aiitly!
J U3T received a fins article of Tart Winssnd
lirsndy, and frr sals by
Sept. 21. (f5-il B Evnr.tTT.
Tha only soiiiid i'jirly, North.
tTWp cn-!imend the fol'nli-j . tie s to ihojp
"CUv Whi(ra"an(i Democrat whohnvi bees
deluded inti the belief tliat the Pilinerapf r'
nf tlie North aco sound on tha nlavrry q ies
The Pennsylvunlan the facial orr" r
Old Enek penkinj of Aleliton sentlinen!
prevalent in ihe Stales N"rh of Pennsy I Miir ,
says it pvcry wtierf fi nis mo lific lions i-l
what, according lo the varying lunaticistn o'
in.tlvid'ials. Is rnhid Uarri-oiiim, or pseivp
alio'i ionl-iti. or si t.ple Frees olism. Il sd.is
So general is this) spuiimeTit 1 i the Mate
moth nl ua, that many pro'rssinji the Psm-i
trnlio name ore infeclerl, and toe tna-se eo
prally, even umse' not ornui?d I i the lllaek
Reputilican I'arty, aro borne awny hy the
popular curienl. Itiaa mplnnclioly c m'ps
sion to in it lie, but the' Pe funerary or what
oiijflil to be the Dpnioptary Iti those S'at.-s. is
at t.tis ftme generally ' dele-tted by Ilia, k Re
pnhlicanisin, oris tliirganlze I btr Ihe Frss
soilism Aithi-i i s ranks. There arp thousands
of cour-p, who h ive not bo-pd'tho kite- lo the
Black Republican Binl. bi t 'hennss has been
deluded and lenip -rar ilv mi sled , For iiot-ti ra
tion, nh it New Foclao l Si.ata wouid sustain
hy Ita vole a so.in.l pint nrni lika ours m" ihe
4l'i of , March! Would Nov York even! New
9rr,.wa think urglil, for she seems oth i.lox;
lill" what nthe. !"
Ju-t II ae (five al
along eonten-tpil, ti
l. -noerscy st the Aortli t. disorntiize ;lby (lie ( (0 a buj.y v. hsel raid a il-res i.!y farpvt dt.-wn r
Ir ree-oilisui wil lin its nwn ranks!'' EvenlliP ajniljr .V,-e.l!," spc-ikirp nf t'.-irpsis wn lnv -(fieat
"uns of thern has been Hi'lnderl a nil ouf oi ihe hrgi-st tid nct i;if-hl ssortnn nts t P
e. up rrilv inisled" bv the "Black Republic!) I 'hat srin , vr i fl'.-r-d Iii tins pimp all of l.ifh
llaai." Ami yet to hear Southern Democrats i em-fly "w we hnvirR solo the whole -af oar
j ibber. one would rone.,,.), thai there sv 0t ' ""VI-'V fw r.n.n m s.
ii . . i , ,i i , ... .1 Allhonuh p-sea may hot bo entirely tarselirto
. Democrat n so il... .u.r. .. in ,h Pl-cl.t-it J .f Tlrni.crrt,.,lr ,.J.Ud ,-lpnty
degree tinetureith Abolition ism, Bo ihe ,n 0lj), 0,r ,M rllnl,,, n.irPca a.lh'all mtioiit
I oniisylvaiiiaii, a Northern Democratic nrj an. j .r-he f.,r,prs missd a pi ntj-fnl crop hit ysar w
rn kes a inl n-eily confession" I j the contrary, t )IHVr plei.ty nf jtied a nil aell su eiirap th". wa
Rit'tmnud H"'". thavpana bn-.nimit penca in .ur own onujciences
j uurchna our (rood princiilly on time and ar
rT 1 1 1 - f?gyyiggS ' O .11' ,tL.m lour mi u- inv n i. h
DR. ail'L VNEi VEK MIFLJtl E.
rnEriHF.n Er Jtr.Mttio bkhs. or rnsruRort
fty- Pining a practice of mora than twpnty
yeiirs. Dr. M i.arip had at'euded In ti-nierntile
p-itianlH afllcaied with every form olwarmdis
ease, and wiai'tduced lonpplv all the energies
of his'm'iid to Ihe liisenvfs of a vermifiigj or
wm in destroyer, certain in its effects; the re
sult of I Is labors is the American Worm Sp-ci-fic,
n ow be'ore the public, prepared bv Firm
ing Bros, nf Pa-bur, whinii is perfectly safe,
amfirny ho given alike to children uf ihe most
tender sun. ur 10 the agej admit; it purges
'"j1'' y nnd s ibdud fever, and destroy worms
with invnrinb'e success. It Is easy of admin
i-trntion. and as it dope not contain mercury
ii nnv form whatever, no restrictions aro ne-
cessnry witli regard lo dri ttklnii c-ihl wa tcrr.or i
is it ctipnule o- doing t'-u Iti r inj irvMo ihe ,
ttmderesi inlinl. An incredible uiiinber of
worm have been xp. ill-id by this greal vermo
Pnr-haaers will b" carorul to ask for
D" M'LiiPs Cel-brated Verini iige mniiufael.
ured by Fl 'inltig Br-'s, ol Pitsttiiirgh, pa All
ruii'ures in emnpiri-on nre wor'.h'pss. !
nn- s genuine V i-i nil. uje, al-io his cel.
elmi'Pd Liver PilN, can now be hid at nil re-
ep-cl-.ble drug store. None vrpimine wit'irsil j
1 he Bgn (U re of
A MCIM-CINE DESERVING THE COVFI
DENCE 0' ALL, AND SHOULD BE
UjED BY ALL.
There can benodunbt in t'e World, bill tlint I
Ihe compound known siLurley's Suis p: rilla '
is ihe mos' ,taluable discovery that hna yet np-1
p-ared in il list of m. dicines , j
fe.rsapariUa h- s lonif v ptiliim ms Sam spring'
remedy to piiriiy tlie blooii, unit int g"raie ihe
sys em, but jir. norley rllcrs it iouiu ".Vnrld 1 i
(otm that (letici co npe.i ioii not only for Its 'i
rity nnd superior tpi.ili'.y but from he met ill it
in j ii V eiiiiuenl Piivsicinns having used it in
Iheir pr.icive, i-s'eein It Iho bent tonio nf the
ngo. Try it, and be assur.d you will fi.id th
money well spent. Lnu- Times.
vr" Messrs. Thomas and Bro., haze a sup
ply Oil hand, of Ibis Valuable, and prolable.
'Spring Madicina Call, and procure a few !
IIolioway's Ph.1." are an excellent Fao lly'
Me'lieine, nod recommended to nil sufferers!
with tits., i-irs uf tlie Liver nnd S'omach The i
so-prising efTci t of Ml -hp wiiinlort'nl Pills have
iMliirallv made thern an universal favori e with I
tlie ehi2 lis ofihe Union, ss well n t Ihp in 1
hsbitMils of all "lin-r partsnf lh wor'd, irs they
nip tip best nml safe-i remedy for iii. onleis -it'
ihe liv. r and Pt -maeh; and io the hi ion nut-
erer Inev are invaluable. It is uudlspu'ab y
adiriittod ihit iheso Pill have never been
kiiowu to fail to curnihese disinders wheh
used in accord ini-e with ihe direction whico
accompaiiv e tch ho x
HI IB Hi
'!) Ii1 TT.IP 12 o
MIIS. PUKE linving purrhasrd the right of
M-Mgcnnt) CtiUi.iy In iimfce Aiubroiypes, it n J
l.avug tiili.n Ii, i ti in I i ns i l Mr 'I loxnl nf
li.il. Ky., is i.ow n- ar-d lo oflTer to hr
. n-ti lio is llos I--mil. ml aiyle i( pi liii-a. ultrjc
tu.g so iruch iitlriilioti in the Kaslt-ru cilu-s.
Kj Anihroiyiea are msu- in Clarksville, only
by A! s I i-xr., on lliv cuii.er ih-m Ihe P1 OUicr,
und in all kiln' f weall.tr.
, Apiil 2.i, I rile II.
I'd ALL WHOVl IT U'.
THE time nllnwed (boss in I.-lit -d to Iho firm
nf I'nstoii oc f ii h.iics.hy uolr or aci on nt, In ciuiie
forward i lu!-o Hniut is now out. W r.
Iowa few duys gr u e, nllrr which all miles and
a cuii in s ill cuii.inH ir In i in4 in Ihe hands of
au i flier. Vivllninn tie muu latt Menry and that
fy,Tthtrtlk Call nil.) settle. H. 11. PO.S i UN.
A i. '.'.i leiti tf.
h ilpum on;
PE.SLEtl ill Ptapl- aii-l Fancy Dry Goods. ha
just received a largi uooriinsnt ui ring an I
1 j . 1 1 . . I. . e . . i . r- i ..:
uiiim-r Gao.ls. Il.ssi.i.k of -Si iole f! judsi very
Uigt iid s-ln-l wiltl cars tlmtaci of FaiiOir
Go'i s is al-o I ir a i l Hi US e say . Iia Ins
ahowu ui' Sl e mieiil la-Is in Ins il it o i', v inai
his gun. is io" '(."-ulMiiiem wear ,ir i s ii 1 1 o s ir.i iss
siijlhiug in fii iiia.kat. Call aiul sos t ism fur
yotirselvss. f .Is propo-a lootrr rxl.aurdiuury ip-Uaoc-ovuU
lu C'isU purchasers muJ lu Bellas iuv
as any oi liar bouss lopuuclual tinaic 'S oa crull.
' pr. Mb leid If.
The Board uf lha M, C, U L, R. R. ordered
i his day, a a-all ol 8 pi r c. al on stock u'.a. ri
bed, lo op paid to ihe Trersnrer, W. P Hmni
on tie ol May next, 'il is proper Ins ate
that this cull is iiiaite wuh a view ol carrying
out contractsfi r construe'ine; tha p.oad, ennlem.
plaiad lo b rios. itmi'liB V-l.h Inst , aid lopiy
kome reicnanlsaf old ddhia t resU o by fom.ci
Brds. W. B..:.lUNFOUD,.fcWi.
April, 15. 18o(J , "
Hall Koai Cicctlcn.
Py rrJtfeftha H-aird tha Stwahe-deraai
a.. ss,.l,l,Mr1 mmt A l.'rTl tini V I V rt
t!i niu-s hi 1 town of CrksviVs pn fatoy
,i..Onhi Vk in.t la pVh 13 Uirr-tJ
tar than -It litnoitha, whrnHi
awl J t list lha Steckhoi lers, lodil'te '
of lha Konts blo or above llia.ta
Snrrydssl I i.ca'Pd. - i
Apr. 2i '.i6-tf. W. H. Ml'NKOaPTj
the iiisnt.oii lha liitid I-g.
Apr Si o-lw. W. H itttl33N.R M. C
APR I L 185(37"
P r r 1 1 y New 0 o o s ,
X Is .v n o u x T o c ii .1 V 8 X
licfri Vfii for sale verv Inw,
W. If. fcRYAHLY Jj- CO.
- Apnl 1?, IF.IC lin. y '
W't hti"e retelrsd 6'ir r.gul tr supply of Pprlng
i a:rt !-' (limner dry pos Is sn'.n-srs (.tUarware Vyliina
land Qnreswnrp l'i.ls !-h.e 7.liVc. Ollf slock
l.....;a nf .t n..r ft, HOT I mill hllllon tt IS
nl to enable n to meet eur nyment oronipt
I'v and by the ly wa wnalrf not take it a mis in
ail hose who v. rn r. kind as lit purchaio our
goods last year ii they woulii dime forward nd
aid us in toll mattor by pov'-u iheir note and
cfoinit. U.S. MOORE ij-CO.
April 18 lfSG-lf.
Mrs. & rjfJfcEtanicl
WII.I. OFEN A .TIinlc Sclinol A T HER
reticence, on tho 1st .11 Jn.hiy in May, 1856. .
I'npiia lak'ti hy the) inon'.n if desired. ,
Tr :-The same as tli'is in ulher city i.hools.
Clarksville pnt, 14 ISG 3t.
' Laborers I7anted.
T wish to employ, by the dny, twelve or fi'teea
laborers, e titer neirro- a, or White men, to clrtnl tho
street ofthe city. For (rood hunts I will pay
a Doi.tn rr oat. Apply, im-nsdi aieiy , pmier
ttrthe tiartPrsViipd. or to Chre H. Morrison,
overswr of tbs werk. C M II iTKII.
April 13 lHiG-lt. - .Ifjyar of Clarksville.
riART 1) F COULTF.R B. W H ACSAt J..
0.uli"i f:i!rs nt I'rofita.
It A 11 T U L T E H & Co.
Huvp i l received theirverv larrp and pleffnn1
a'snrtiueiit of SRINO Mid SUMMhK, Goods
whien einuprase eve-y arliclo of Staple Ooods
alsoaPBliii.ini variriy oi juiuiea i resa v.ouon,-
Kinbroiderir-i, Mantels. Ronsets, 3t A c which
I they will si'll oil lenns which can not ftiil to giva
satnfucti 'n. Au early examination of lhir st'jtk
; is earnestly solicited. Apil 4, 'iiG -Jw .
Til &. BROTHER hava just ra-viyed
Ruin ng' .-ftiri-. - - , .. . .
Hi'3'Atl & S?'p9ai1,
TOBACCO FAvTOR.S A.N D GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANT S.
71 niiip Rtrtu f, R'nv Oi lonna.
No liabilities incurs.!, except U01 produce la
plsuse reuu annexsa slaieui'ni. r
Naw Oriieams, S lilt March, 1856 J
A report having lately been put in circulation '
in (' irksville, nViinesie, ami the vicinity, that
11'iY AN A UOllIN'aON. of this -ily, had failed
i we tha naderaiened pronounce itfuh-e and with-
LEVY d SUMMERS,
IOS- W. ALLEN
HEWITT. NORTON & O . PERKINS AWi
Wh.LS. RAWLINS& CO . R. YEA! MAN,
&CO. MOO KEi VAN CUL1N. FELLOW EU
Sc. CO. .JAMES TURNER, Ti GREENFIELD.
A pril , 4.'S6
VOO, t CVi'tt, FariU for SnfC
Iri. privately (as F.xerutre'B of J. M.
r.mirt dec'u,) the Farm, formally ki.own as tha
i,,w nsi.lence of .Maj. Klam, this farm is as good a
slm-k firm n any in the county t a piney fork of
reii river tlows csntrallv inroiiRrt .t, aiioruiiig
iibutniance of slork wiifir from year to year, ltlaa
one lin k nwi-lll ng honse, gaud tobacco barns a
st nf new framed stubb-r. n ire house, Negro
lioiKi-s n horns mill, a yimn g Ore hard nf peach
und pls trees nnd two never failing spriugs of
ixcellanl water, coiiVniieM lo tha Uwelling. Tha
lum. U situated ids lit 15 Miles North East of I lo
ver Trnn and C Miles South ol Lafsvelta Ky ,
persons v isi.ii g lo purchase land Pnn be shown it
by culling iu tha rcsiuoiic. cf A. V. tlutn in Stew
art CuUiuy 'i'cun.
A. V. F.l im, Kxecutresaof
Apsil 4, 'oG 3w J. M. LLAM, Dau'd.
Etoiiisd natl Trimiuiiigaj.
M US. WINriTON res;)ee.lf,!ly uunonnnes t
ihn l.ndiss ol Clarlisvillt) and. the county arnuud.
t hut she iihb just reluruud from tha (last with a
iinn.lsume nss irtiiienl nf Hoiiln ts, Ribbons, and
(luwr's, w hi. h she will S'-ll for lha lowest cash
prins, or mi as iuein.b!e tt-rn-s cs any In the
ph.cs Ap-il 4, 'iK If.
A rerun t fllto I'!j:lit.Jiiril. Illrs.-
C4PT- Ii ICE, b.!iin ulrnat, nil') jUone, Cousin..
Sr.lhe I ilhird an, I tlictr fi ien.ls went down llwra,
bought their goni.'s oat nf his very I.arpe Hlork.
pain thrir uld ni-conts, and h-ft tlx; Capt in a migh
ty good humor, that's ull 1 know eb-nit the fight.r
rtpail 4, 'iiC tf. J. M. RICE-
SI AT 10?.' VMY, STEELl'ENS, 6:c.
55 Tesnai, Letler-paper, assorted
13 do I sp d, .
5 do Hill do.
5 do C' n inriclul I ote
JO i!a I.uiinn past paper Ciit. .
iS'lfll) t-'.nvllupas. n-oried.
Jn,l re.Hve.l hy. TIIOM AS II BROTH EH.
300 Gal, Linseed oil.
r5 do mts. Turniiillna.
125 do Lard oil Winter strained.
for Sale low by ' Ti;OMA3& 1IRO.
DUI.NING FLUID. -
' !2H Gal. Fpirils Cass, or Burning fluid.
Cheap & pa-Od at ' THOMAS 4- BltO-Ai-rll
4, 'iiC If. DRUCGSdT.
ALFRED RTf PlIEr', wr.uld respacifulty-j-,
n.iu. ce Jb it his Dsguerrean Gallery, will ba fina
cln's.l en the 4ih c.v of May.
March 2IWj 6 if.
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GOOD BARGAINS '
HAVING Hi lda a large ndi.itiop la my Bleok lo
lw emiier, and owing lo lha protracted bd wentli
r, I am Is-1 tl a very laigs block of Gooue oa
lisu;, which 1 will sail at greatly ttdacri prices, '
fiom now until wa receive utw goods lres
eoeda st cat. J. M. RICE
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