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[Election on Monday, April 2.]
Jfir.a(-PATBICK MtfirHY.1
1st Ward-JOHN T. DAVIS.
d.-. ikOiUiE L.CONVERSK.
' 8th ;
tsth FrlF.I). HADKR.
" -william NAUUTEN.
H 1 " , 1' HUll'I'lt.
4th ' -C.K. CDCKLKK.
eth " -JACOB OF A U,
ih -James vcocirb.
th'" -DANlfcL l-ULLIVAN.
,' JutUci th4 ieao-GEORUE W, MEK&Ett.
CIwe-B. II. ALBERV. :..-
Trtaturtr-Q. P.SCUROLL.
ij.r. REM Ml,
TOWNSHIP TICKET. Independent Candidate for City
""X P. Griffin will be a candidate for City
Counpll of the Third Ward at the coming
election to be voted for by all parties,
Meeting of the City and Township
Executive Committee.
' f The member ot the Executive commlt
') tee, together with the different candl
r" dates, will meet to-night at the Democratic
Association Booms, No. 227 South High
street, as there is important business to
transact. , '
By order of the President.
Ellsler's Atheneum.
On lut night, the tooth of th production of the
' Naiad Queen, the Athenoutn wu again filled bjr an
overflowing audience. If the legendary itory or
. tradition on whloh this grand aoeuio play li based,
Bkkei the Queen d her water-nymphs faoinating,
r their representatives at the Atheneam would seem
to be no less oharming from the crowds that nightly
throng the auditorium of "Old Drury."
. . The Naiad Queen will have It last evening rep
resentation but one tonight. It will, however, be
presented at a grand matinee doors open at half
- pest one o'eloek to-morrow afternoon for the ao-
eommodation of lauies and obildren the latter at
half price.
To-morrow evening Is allotted for the cotnplimon
" tary benefit to Manager Ellsler. To this benefit, the
prioe of atickot is one dollar with no extra charge
- for reserved sea's. Saturday light will close the
dramat'o season with the last production of the
Naiad Queen. ' -
Sale of Household and Kitchen Furniture.
n 1 1 u re.
We will fell at auction, at the residence
of A. Gardner, J r., No. 45 South High street,
: on Friday morning, March 30th, commenc
ing at ten o'clock, Dining Room and
Kitchen Furniture, Carpets, Chair?, Exten
sion, Dining and Side Tables, Lounge?,
..J Bedsteads, Bureaus, Window Shades,
, Crockery and Glassware, and other articles
too tedious to mention.
W. R. KENT, Auctioneer.
Auction Sale.
, rr will sell at 228 East Friend street, on
Friday, March -30th, commencing at ten
o'clock A. a large lot of tine furniture,
consisting of six Mahogany Chairs, one
v; Reception Chair, four Carpets, one Card
' A Table, two Quartettes, one Wheeler & Wil
sou's Sewing Muohine, Bedstead and Mat
tresses, two Stoves, Oil Paintings, Canned
" Fruits, Kitchen Furniture, Ac, &c. :
, '. V mr28-2t
Sale of Household Goods.
We, will sell by auction, at the residence
-,-ofCapt. A.F.Bo.it,U. S.A., No.lH Eaet
.North street, on Saturday, March 31, cotu
;ji menclngat 10 o'clock A. Mn a large va
' I' riety of household goods, consisting of
:. 1 sociable, 3 brace arm chairs, 1 easy
. ' chair, 1 rocking chair, 1 marble top table,
1 marble top stand, carpet, window shades,
. : chairs, I marble top wash-stand, bedsteads,
' ' mattresses, 1 extension table, a large
, amount ot crockery ai.d glassware, 1
clothes wrluger, 1 cook stove, kitchen fur
niture, &c. moli29-3td
Sale of Household Goods.
We wil pill by auction, at the residence
r" of Mr. II. C. Farmer, No. 17 West Friend
street, oq Friday, March 30th, commencing
at 10 o'clock A. M a largo lot of valuable
Household furniture, consisting In part of
1 Parlor Set, 1 Matble top Table, 1 What
not, 1 Hat Rack, 1 Sofa. Upholstered and
y Cane Seat Chairs, Side Tables, Brussels and
Ingrain Carpets, Stair Carpets, 3 fine Bed
. room Sets, 1 Sofa Bed, 1 Spring Mattress
r Halrtop, 1 Hair Mattress, 1 Portable Ward
rote, Toilet Sets, 1 Extension Table, Dining
( ' Chairs, Crockery and Glassware; 1 No. 1
Stuart Cook Stove, 1 Refrigerator, Kitchen
Public Sale.
' On Saturday next, the 31st day of March,
186 I will sell at . public auction it half
f town lot, with brick livery stable and bug
gy shed; also horses, buggies, 1 two-horse
wagon, harness, saddles, sleighs, and sa-
(l, loon and household furniture. Sale to com
' " 'mence at 0 o'clock A. MM ou the premises
- No. 235 Soutl) High street.
mar28-4t , Louis Kbob.
HiRhest price in Cash for Black and White
Oak Bnvk brought in early, and in good condition.
' , . - - SMITH,
, t0 '8nuth High street, Oplmnbua, Ohio.
I mchlT-a6tAw3t '
tWonderful Exterminator Death lo
.vH'...M Slice, Itoachee, Ante, lledbufe,
And alt kinds of inseots.
Wholesale Depot, 6 and(t8 Knlton str et, Brook
lyn, N. Jf. , UAKRla A BIOLEK,
j. ' ' ' " Wholesale Agents, Uolumbus, O.
Bold at Retail by U. KoberU A Co. and J . B. t'ook.
moh-a3m . , ,
,wjin!iM'i FOR SALE. '
AT. Cood; Steam; Saw, lWill,
' ate et Orange Hut ion, Delaware county. Ohio.
it mile north ef Oolumbus. - Also, one
sTw Story JUrlcU ' IIoue,
On Seventh street, between South street and Bouth
i'ablieleae, ta the city f Uolumbua. Jso, a
f i ijioui laixd tot,
, II rbri Seventu street, U Jront of the Iriah Catholie
Church. ,
. i ipartionJari, inqulrt at tbt office of this paper.
Xf5 I' l.d: BiiJ j t?.i..ltii"' ... t. I ;
6J-"IOTICE( To I.e.- Mffor
Hale," Lost,n "Wats,V " Feand,"
Boardlns;, not erceeeHnt efRb t
lines, published in this colirmn 'lor
HO cents each Insertion.
$25 Bartktt Sewing Macliiie. $25
LICENSED undor ratonts of Howe. Wheeler &
v Uxsi. Urnver A Baker.and Hingor Co.'s, aod
the onlr Cheap Machine in the Untyo states, hav
ing the'rinlit to use the Wheeler A 'Wllsua or four
motiim CnHor-Keed.
Wwant AvenU to sell tliem. Will par f.V) to
2ipori'intli, or al ow large Comuiieiioin. Will
stnd Alei-liines, to be paid for whehnU. Kor Clr
olarn. JtruK. ie- ineloelampnd -eddrr.s
Utlflttl'lt. AORNTS,
At eirtier-of ourOS -es, Ililladolpti', I'a.. Toledo,
Ohio, or M. Louis, Mo.
Sews with 4oukt or single threai. .irfo
Amtriuan. - "Hli1M-dloiA Jm
. 'Common ng '
ITIondaf Kvcningi April 2d, 1800.'
Pbonoi;nceo bv the rntHs and
pnhlro "the Great Legitimate and on gena
ineUil't Organisation that has ever appeared in (be
United Htates." Crowded and delighted audience
have nightlf greetet these extraordinary Uift enter,
tainmonts in the principal cities of the Union the
past, thren .teats.
ouiiMiiit a, imuv r., me uttt neroes or trie
Woild. do not hesitate to n'.'AXahTlx the mnat dbt-
feot and completo ratiKfaction to all tleir patrons.
TheCtiiosgo Daily Tribune says of a that "we
keep all promises made to the public and fill to the
lotter every portion of our bill."
IT1 J. 33 I JSl 3NT,
The acknowledged head' and front nf Wnndor
Wokers.and the favorite ENCH ANTUO.vtlMH
of the present ace, will appear in conjunction with
the greet ana ABivunuinu iiii oir.ttr, -
The latest Sonratlon from London.
Useful and Elaborate Prevents Given Away Ev
ery Night Without Reserve.
BOMERUY A UKUCE are the originators and pro
prietors of the incut popular anil surcesstul Gift Or
ganization in existence, m our crowded, jaonneil ami
delighted audiences nightly testily. We perinrm a I
we advertixe. and give awav every evening the
whole of the 1M) pre ents adverted on our bill!",
and challenge liny one for fAou to prove thatevcry
thing is not done to the letter. Observe popular
prices nf adni)Silon :
Tickets only 25 cents; Re erved Seats fO
cents. No halt prire; no free list. Doors open al 7;
to commence at 8 o'clock precifely.
FASHIONABLE MATIND.E faluinlay Afternoon
At 3 o'clock, when children will be admitted for 15
cent?, and every child will receive a preient.
Ticket office open during the day. (io early to se
cure rcats. (let your tickits in odvance, and thus
avoid the rush and crowd at tho ticket box in the
RUFUS SOMERRV.Managing Director.
C. mokt Uuici, Business Agent.
i.i.i.si.i.R'n a i iii:i.i;,n,
K. 11. UEAKY
. .Treasurer.
Fbicks ok Apmissiok Dre-s Circle and I'arquette
COcenUt; liefcrvcd Seats 75 cents; Orchestra Chairs
75centi", Datnily Circle S5 centx: l'rivate Uoxcs 6
Gallery for Colored persons 'JS cents.
Friday Evening;, March 30th,
Lat night but one of the
ThisRoman'io and beautiful Spectacle Is prv
DOR NEVER iSUKl'AS.SED, with new and
And Ocrgeous Costumes.tSrand Original Dramntio
Tableaux, i'ieturnsque Dances, Groupings, Ballet
Movements and Floral Fiotures, with all the Orig
inal Mu-ic, composed expressly for this piece by
Prof. Eerlich.
MAHCH 31, Grand Complimentary lienofit to
Donrs open for Matinee at half past one o'clock.
Children naif price.
Ticketi for Uenent $.100. No extra charge for re
set ved seats.
This is the most dolightful andextraordinary article
evordiscovered. It changos the sun-burnt face and
binds to a pearly satin texture of ravishing beauty
imparling the marble purity of youth, and the dit-
tinjut appearance so inviting In the eity kolle of
fashion. It removes tan reckles, pimples and
roughness from the iklii, leaving the oouiplexion
iresh, transparent and STootb. It contains no ma
terial injurious to the skin. Patronised by Actress
es and Opera Singers. It is what every lady should
have. Sold evert where. Retail price, 50 ots.
Prepared by W. E. Hid AN, Troy, N. .
Address all orders to
Household Neceaslty Exlete lor the
Which, in the first stages of a eold. acts like magio
Headache, Hoarseness, Diptberia, and Bronchitis,
Sore Eyes, Dcafoesa. liad Taste and Smell, being
tbe result of Catarrh. This Snuff removes and pre
vents all these, and Insures a healthy Head, lta
effects are pleasant and safe, even for infants who
sutler from Snuffles.
It hat tho highest professional testimonials. Sold
by all Druggists, or sent by Mail to all parte of U . b.
or 30 cents lor One Box. or It for Four Boxes. ,
Address JAS. DUKNO.P. O. oxlSSS.
New orkCity.
At Wholesale, by DEM AS BARNES A CO. 81
Park Row. Ne York. iunet-lydAw.
The Great New England Bemedy I
White Pine Compound,
Is now offered to the afflicted throughout the ooua
try. alter having beon proved by the testol eleven
J ears, in the New England estates, where it merits
ave become as well known as the tree from whiob
in pai t, it derives ita virtues. '
Sore Throat, Colds, Coughs. Diptheria, Bronchitis.
Spitting of Blood, and Pulmonary Affections
generally. It is a remarkable Kemedy for
kidney Complaints, Diabetes, Difficulty ' '
of Voiding Uriuo, Bleeding from the
Kidneys and bladder, Gravel,
aud other oi'iuDlainU. '
Give It a trial If you would learn the valne of a
good and tried icedtoine. It is pleasant, ui. nl
Sold by Druggists and dealers in Medioines cen-
janl3-dAw3m Proprietor, Boston, Mass.
Thft Oriain-vl and lttMi In tha WnrM I irhai.
a . vs taoy vua
true and perfect Hair Dye. Harmless, Reliable and
Instantaneous. Produoes Immediately k splendid
Black or natural Brown, without ininrln thi,.i.
or akin. Remedies the 111 efieoti of bad drai. HoM
by all DrugglsU. The genuine la sicnad W mum a
Batohelor. Also,
for Restoring and Beam ifying the Hair. '
ngiw 4WA8 JMOWtUi New York.
The Mail Service.
Nw Yonit, Alaroh 20. The Tribune's
AVashinftton speclHl sys: During tho last
yearol tlio war the Pontolllce esrued ft net
profit of over 9300,000 from rnnjl service In
the loyal States. The llrst tfiree month
that mail service was resumed at the South,
there was a loss In tho whole country of
over 920,000. As the mall routes are bcln
extend! over the South theUelluleney rap
idly Increases. To-morrow is the last day
for bklsln the el;ht Western States for
transporting the mails.
Reply to the New York Collector.
In reply to a letter o! the Collector of New
York, aeklnfr whether he should admit a
cargo of South American hides just, arrive!
at that port, the Secretary of the Treasury
has given permission for their entry if, af
ter careful Inspection, it Is UHcertaiuetl that
Hhey do not eome from a region infected
Willi the cattle plague.
Payment of Interest on 5-20%.
Secretary McCnlloch stated Saturday that
the Interest on 5-20's would he paid early
in April. The amount of gold required is
New York Collectorship.
The Herald's Washington special say:
The gentlemen who furnished securities for
the late l'reston King liavu united in a re
quest to the Secretary of the Treasury to be
released from their bonds.
. The friends ol the acting Collector of the
port ol New York are urging upon the De-
f itirtment the justice and propriety of pay
ngthatolllclal the moneys which would
accrue to hira were he full Collector. Dur
ing the interregnum the fees goto the legal
representatives of the late Collector, while
Mr. Clinch perforins all the duties of Col
lector on the salary of a deputy. The stir
In these matters may tend to hasten the ap
pointment of a Collector lor New York.
The Times' special says : Major Oeo. K.
Leet, Assistant Adjutant General of Volun
teers on the stall of General Grant, who
was for a long time the olllce sssistantof
the lamented Colonel Bower?, lias succeeded
to the olllcial position ot the latter, with the
rank of Major in tho I'egular army, which
was also the lineal rank of Colonel' Jtowers.
Major Leet entered the war as a private" in
the Chicago Hoard ol Trade battery, and
was selected as a stair olllccr by General
Grant because ot distinguished qualities of
bravery and elllclency displayed on the
A Long Controversy Likely to be
The Times' Washington special savs: The
House Printing committee have had under
consideration the memorial ot J. G.C. Ken
nedy, Superintendent of the Census Jln
reau, claiming that the action of the Secre
tary nf the Interior And Commissioner of
the General Land Olllce in transferring the
preparation and printing of the third vol
ume of the Centals Report of I860 from Mr.
Kennedy's olllce to that of the Land Cotn
tiiisioner, was illegal. The committee
have agreed upon a report denying the
prayer of the memorialist and coiutncudin!
the action of the Secretary of the Interior.
This report will be presented to the House
to-morrow by Mr. Lallin. chairman of the
committee, and its adoption will settle a
long and disagreeable controversy.
The Paris Exposition.
The World's special says : The Senate
committee on Foreign A hairs have now
under consideration the proposition of
the House making appropriations to de
fray expenses for the Paris Exposition
It is ascertained that It will nearly ab
sorb all ot tho appropriation of the
Government to pay lor the transporta
tion of, the articles sunt to this exhibition.
The committee will probably amend it so
mat tne inventors and others win be com
pelled to pay for the transportation of the
various articles. I5y this course onlv will
the money appropriated bo sullkient to
erect tne buildings and defray the other ne
cessary expenses.
The Loan Bill.
The Senate Finance committee have
reached no conclusion In regard to the loan
bill. Senator Sherman is in favor of amend
ing it so as to limit the amount of green
backs and gold required to bo kept in the
Treasury. Itr will not be acted on definite
ly before next week.
Funeral Ceremonies of Senator
Washington, March 20. The Senate
galleries were densely crowded to-day, t'i
witness the ceremonies consequent ' upon
the death of Senator Foote. Hundreds of
persons were unable to obtain admission to
the Senate, owing to the immense congre
gation of spectators. The Senators were
assigned seats on the left side of the Cham
ber. At 12 o'clock Lieut. Gen. Grant enter
ed, in company with several other military
gentlemen. He was In plain citizen's dres.
The Justices of the Supreme Court were
announced and took a position on the ex
treme right. The President of the United
States, accompanied by all the members of
the Cabinet excepting Attorney General
Speed, next came iu and occupied one of
the front row ol seats. Following these
came the members of the House ot Repre
sentatives, preceded by their otlicers. These
being seated, tho corpse was brought in ac
companied by tho committee of Arrange
ments, namely, Senators Doollttle, Antho
ny, Howard, Hendricks, Sherman and
Buckalew of Kentucky, and by pallbearers,
consisting of Senators Fessenden, Harris.
Johnson, Guthrie, Lane of Indiana, and
Sumner, all of them wearing white scarfs.
The eoilln was placed Immediately In
Iront ot the Secretary's desk. It
was covered with black cloth, elab
orately and tastefully ornamented with
silver. The lid was adorned with the
choicest Howers, and bore a plate with the
inscription of tho name of the deceased
Senator and the date of his birth and death.
The immediate relatives and family friends
of the deceased occupied seats on the left
and in the locality of the coflln. There
were present, besides those already men
tioned, the members of the diplomatic
corps, olllcers of the army and navy, tho
Mayor of Washington, chiefs of Executive
bureaus, aud many others on the floor of
the Senate.
The President of the Senate pro tem Mr.
Foster, presided. Reverend Dr. Gray, the
Chaplain ot the Senate, opened the exer
cises by reading appropriate passages of
Scripture, and by a prayer of deep solemni
ty, In which he feelingly alluded to the dls
tingutshed character of the deceased, the
Christian virtues which adorned bis life,
and imploring the Divine blessing on the
President and his advisers, so that they may
derive wisdom from above, the better to
discharge the high and responsible duties
entailed upon them.
Kev. Byron Rockford, a former Chaplain
of the Senate, then took for his text the
Psalm commencing "Like as a father nltl-
eth his children, so the Lord pltieth them
mat tear mm," anu tnen delivered an ad-
dress, in the course of which he said that
in the providence of God be was the friend
and pastor of the deceased for many years,
and now he came as an humble servant of
the State of Vermont to tell the simnle
story of his going out from among us from
the commencement of his last illness to lta
close. In order to show the condition ot
tbe Senator's mind, his religious I'aith and
hope, and his ideas and prospects of a fu
ture ilfe, the minister gave an account of
the spiritual interviews he had had with
hira. At 7 o'clock thedylngman expressed
a desire to see once more the llirhtof th
sun in the heavens, and the Capitol on which
n snone ana wnere ne naa so long served
the people of his State and country, and
where his associates were soon to assembln.
They lifted him up, his eyes were already
dim, and he sunk back on his ulllow. Tim
nrsi part oi tne &ju j'saim was read ana a
solemn prayer delivered by one who was
the dearest to him on earth. He called her
to his side and folded her In his arms, ask
ing, " Can this be death? Has It come al
ready?" Then looking with eyes of celestial
roriianr-e, and lilting up his hands, he said,
"1 see It; I see the gates wide open. Beau
tiful! Beautiful 1" and then, without a pang,
he immediately expired. The minister in
culcated the lesson that divine grace vouch
es to all. It Alls the mind with memorials
the mott lasting of all human experience
on earth. He asked in conclusion, who
would not exclaim, In tho language ot one
of old, " Let me die the death ol the right
eous, and let my last end be like liU."
Rev. Dr. Boynton, Chaplain of the House,
made tho i onduding prayer, iu which he
said that Senator Foote was more than a
statesman and honest man. He was a
Christian, the noblest exhibition of man
hood tills side of the grave. lie then pro
nounced the benediction. 1
The funeral services being concluded, a
procession was formed iu the following or
der: The chaplain of Congress for the oc
casion, the physician who attended the de
ceased, thecommltteeof Arrangements and
pallbearers, the family and friends of the
deceased, the Senators and Representatives
from the State of Vermont, and mourners,
and citizens of the State of Vermont, the
Sergeant-at-Arms of tho Senate of the
United States, the members of the Senate,
preceded by the President of the Senate
pro tern, and Secretary of the Senate, the
ergeant-at-Arms ot the House ot Repre
sentatives, preceded by the Speaker and
Clerk, the President ot the United States,
tne Heads of Departments, the diDlouiutic
corne.Judges of the United States, olllcers
of the Executive Departments, olllcers of
ino army anu navy, the Mayor of Washing
ton,' citizens and strangers.
The procession proceeded to the Raltl
more & Ohio railroad station, where the
corpse was placed iu a car for immediate
transmission to Vermont.
The Fenians.
New York, March 29. The rumor afloat
yesterday to the effect that Stephens, the
Irish Fenian Head Center, had arrived In
New York and was at the O'Mahony head
quarters, was without any foundation and
a Horded considerable amusement.
Strict rules are now in force to prevent
tho possibility of Introducing topics in
Fenian speeches having nothing to do with
the objects of the Fenian Brotherhood.
A large meeting of the sunnorters of the
Sweeney Fenian movement was held last
evening at Tammany Hall. Toward tbe
close ot tueeveninethe Hall became dense
ly crowded, it was supposed, by many of
tne uuuercnis oi u Jiaiiony.
Secret Convention Between Napoleon
and Maximilian.
Nkw York, March 29. The Herald's
Paris lettvr has the text ot a secret conven
tion between Na oleon and Maximilian,
concluded at the City of Mexico ou the
29th of September last, llxing the pay and
position of French agents in Mexico, the
number ot whom Is targe, for live years
from tne above date.
The Post says: The only feature ot im
portance in the market tor Government
securities is the increasing demand for
compound interest notes, in which tbe
banks are investing a large part of their
surplus means. One reason for this Is the
fear that Government will cease to pay in
terest on deposits, as might long ago have
been done with great advantage to the
Treasury. The investments of the banks
in compound notes contribute to promote
the strength of the hanks, as compounds
are legal tender for their face and would
be available us cash in case of a revulsion,
however great tho shrinkage in the value
of other securities. The failure of Culver,
Penn & Co., has caused the suspension of
several banks in the oil regions, .but the
suspension is reported to be only tempo
rary. The Commercial Advertiser savs: The
stock market is heavy and lower. Through,
out yesterday and this morning nearly 25,
000 shares of PJrle stock were held, the rea
son assigned being that the forthcoming
report on the road is of an unfavorable
character. The movement is, however, in
terpreted on the street as the opening of a
vigorous attack upon the general market
by speculative directions in Erie. Govern
ments are still very strong and active; 5
20's are more in demand as the maturity of
the May interest approaches. The second
and third series were each higher, while
the issue of 18G2 was do'wn; 0'sof '81
were ig lower; 7-30's very active tho third
series rose to lOO,', with large transactions.
State stocks firmer and active. The miscel
laneous list dull. There is les- activity in
gold. There is, however, a considerable
amount of buying to cover short contracts,
which keeps the price above what U con
sidered the real present value of gold.
Heavy Damages.
Jury brought in a verdict of $3,000 dam
ages In favor of Etigeno B. Overton v. The
Long Island Railroad Company. Marcus
Ball against the Hudson River Railroad
Company. The plaintiff shipped some 550
hogs by tho N. Y. C. R. li., which was
transferred to the defendant's road snd
brought to New York. They were, how
ever, delivered by the railroad to another
party than tho plaintiff. The defendants
claimed but 500 hogs were delivered to them,
and that the plaintiff was not the real owner
of the property. The latter was the main
point in the case, the plaintiff producing a
bill of sale and allirming that he had paid
for it by indorsing paper, which he had
afterwards been compelled to pay. The
defendants contended that the bill of sale
was without consideration and void. The
jury found a verdict for the plaintiff for
u,uj i.f, tne niu amount; claimed.
The Herald's Toronto special says: Or
ders have been issued to muster out tho
surplus volunteers over 10 000, which num
ber will be kept as a standing army of ob
servation ou the frontier.
Clearing Away the Rubbish—Fire
at Lebanon, Ind.—Tornado in
Illinois—Snow in Chicago.
Cincinnati, March 29. Workmen have
been busily at work slnco the .fire'reruov
Ing the ruins of the Opera House. About
950,000 dollars worth of the front walls
will be saved. Seven of Hall's lire proof
safes, belonging to Adams' Express Com
pany, have been recovered from the ruins,
with their contents uninjured.
A tire ut Lebanon, IndM Tuesday night,
destroyed property amounting to 950,000.
The vicinity of Sullivan, Moultrie county,
Illinois, was visited by a terrific tornado on
the 20th, causing great destruction to
property. Twenty houses were entirely
demolished and several persons injured.
Four inches of snow fell at Chicago
Tuesday nighty
Lafayette College, Penn.
Easton. Pa. March 29. The Trustees of
Lafayette College met to-day and organized
a scientific course. Mr. A.Pardee, of Hoy is
ton, gave one hundred thousand dollars.
and Mr. W'm. Adarason, of Philadelphia,
endowed the Chair ot Chemistry. Among
the new Professors elected were the Rev.
Geo. Jenkin, D. D , late President of W ash-
ington College; Rev. Henry Osborn, for
merly of Roanoke College; Prof. Thomas
Porter, of Franklin Medical College, Pa.;
Rev. Dr. Burrows, President of San Fran
cisco College, California; Prof. Chos. II.
Hitchcock, ot Amnerst uuiiege, and Major
H. T. Lee, of the Fourth N. Y. Artillery.
The citizens of Easton subscribed the fundi
to erect the additional building occupied.
San Francisco, March 29. Juarez writes
the Mexican Consul here, under date of
February 23, that the cities of Chihuahua
and Paraz have been evacuated by the Im
perialists, and that the French have con
centrated their forces at Durango.
Our Ministers to Japat and China were
handsomely entertained at a dinner to-day
by Mr. Brooks, the. commercial agent lor
lapannere. v - ', .
XXXIXth CONGRESS—First Session.
XXXIXth CONGRESS—First Session. WASHINGTON, March 20, 1866.
After rfflrtlnff nf lh Jnnrn.l
Mr. SL'M.SKH ro?e and fnid : Mr. I'reldent-I
move that the Heere'ary of the Senate be direoteif to
communicate to the tlorernnr of Aew Jersey a cony
df the resolution of the (Senate in reference to the
seat ot It!r. Moekton.
Tho motion was agreod to.
Mr. POLAND then ruse, and in a few words an
nounced the death of bis collosgue, .'4 r. Foote. Ho
brief a time had clapped since this great sorrow oc
curred that he had not ha t time to prepare an ap
propriate address, but lie would axk the indulgence
of the Senile to deliver one in some future oemsion,
lie oflored a resolution, which was adopted, that the
Senate attend the funeral at one o'clock, and that
Senators wear the usual bailite of mourning during
tbe roinaimlerof the session.
Tho Senate, on motion of Mr. TltUMUULI., at
IS:1S o'clock took a 'o-ens until 1 o'clock, and at that
hour the funeral services commenced.
Immediately after the reading nf the Journal, the
Secretary of the "Senate appeared and presented a
mortage from that body, ooininutiictting the resolu
tion adopted hy it in re'erence to the death of Sena
tor Foote, The resolution linvim been read
hr. MOKHILLsaid: I think that the Senators are
not ready o-day to submit their rennrks in relation
totheoharacterand life of the eminent Senator from
Vermont, whose decease ban just been oommunicat
ed to the ilouso. T'te family are desirous of reach
ing home this week, and therefore the funeral ocre
nionios cannot be deforred. I wish, also, to state
that a part of my colleagues are at the present mo
ment atisent 1 trust that at sonio early day an op
portunitv will be afforded 1 1 submit the usual ealo-
5ie 09 the life and publio services of the deceased,
offer the following resolu ions:
Jietolvetl, That the House lias hoard with deep
sensibility the announcement ol the dcafi of the
Honorable . Solomon Foote, a rieuator in Congress
from the State of Vermont.
Reiolvtd, That as a testimony nf res ieet for the
memory of tho doceaxod, the members and officer of
this House will wear the usual badge of mourning
for thirty dam.
Remlvtd, That the proceedings of this House in
relation to the death of the Honorablo Senator he
communicated to the family of the deceased by the
JietoUtd, That this House will, as a body, repair
to the Senate Chamber to attend tbe funeral of the
deceased at tbe hour of !it:IO l. M. of this day, and
upon its return to tho Hall t oat the Spcuker declare
the House adj urned.
The reso'uiiona were unanimously adopted.
Mr. STKV'KN'S, of Pennsylvania, moved that
when the House adjourned to-day it adjourn to meet
on Monday noxt. The business of several commit
to a had aecuniuUied, and it was desirous that thy
should have those days in which to perfect their bus
iness. Mr. MORRILL remarked that the adjournment
would not retard the business ol the House
Mr. AM1LKY moved to amend by adjourning
till Saturday next.
After s uiie cross firing the amendment waf agreed
to, and then Mr. Ashley, of Ohio, moved that the
proceeding on Saturday be confined to general
This motion requiring unanimous consent, Mr.
Steven' objected.
The House then reversed its action in reference to
adjournment, by reconsidering the vote on the
amendment respecting it. and finally aureoing to
Mr. Stevens' motion to adjourn to Monday next.
The llouso then took a rncoss till 1 o'o.ock, and at
that hour went in a body t 'he SenUe Chamber,
preceded by tho Speaker ami Cle k, tlio niamhers
wearing crape on their left arm. Sub"iua'itly to
the ceromonies the II iu.se adjourned till Monday
Fenian Meeting in Richmond—
Negro Celebrations.
RicnMOND, Va March 20. A largo Fe
nian meeting was held last night at .Market
Hall. Addresses were delivered by Major
Toohey and others.
Tho colored people of this city announce
their purpose to celebrate the 3J of April,
the anniversary of their freedom, in a pro
cession and speeches. They appeal to (Jen.
Terry nnd Major Sanders to have good order
Reputation Established I
TIrs. S. ef. tUleti is truly a
public benefactress, and her
wonderful success is unpre
cedented. MSer fame and
her discoveries have gone
abroad, and to-day she is
in her line the largest man
ufacturcssin tho world.
Everybody Interested.
Youth, and old age arc alike
benefited hy the use of tJtlrs.
S. .2. .llltn's World's Hair
Restorer and Hair Stress
ing. They act directly upon
the. roots of the hair, causing
luxuriant grotvt hand beau
ty. Your hair, if changed to
grey or white by sickness or
other causes, will soon be re
stored to its natural color
and beauty. DandmfTcrad
icalcd forever. The ISair
falling stopped. The most
delicate head-dress or bon
net can bctcom without fear
of soiling. The most delight
ful fragrance to the hair is
imparted. If you wish to
restore your hair, as in
youth, and retain it through
life, without delay purchase
a bottle of each of lrs. S. 1.
.Men's World's Hair Re
storer and dressing.
Sold by Druggists throughout the World.
108 Ac 300 Greenwich St.. New-Vork.
A 1TI oat Esqnisile, Drlicnle nnd Frn
ITrniit Perfume, Diatillrd from Ibe
Itare nnd Ifenntiful Viewer freua
whirl, it Inhes its name. '
Manufactured only hy PIIAI.OIV & ROIV,
13F Beware of Counterfeits.
Atk fiv l'hnldn'sTalcn no other.
Bold by druggist generally. . J ,
Na. 162 Fonth Hlfh Street,
Manufacturers A Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware.
Also, dealer In Lawson'g Hot Air 'Fnrnaeea,
Latse'i Suoerior English Cooking Ranges, Urates,
White Harbleand iUrbleized Slate and Iron Man.
ties, Ac, do., and . , t
And the noted Alligator Coal (Jeokln Store.
COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market— Mar. 29.
Mf)KY -Quiet and easy at 640 per oent. t
8TKfVU KXCUAWdK-buil and nominal at
Jt7lo?i', . , . i
OOub A shade eisierv OfXmuig at lastf and
cl0S)llt l7t. , ..... .
FKEiCUTS-'W lil vWrpool Dul?. ! ,
New York Stock Market— Mar. 29.
STOCKS h'teadv. 8. 91- i inf.
7 -V.. Sd sortf. 100'ii .rth Carolina V rMk!
western Union 'J'olsErpli tH Erie Wis ilndsnn
107; Keadine- WMi: Micbhrtn Central lifl: Nerih-
western proifrrnl 55; MicMgan HoHthern ki;
1'iitslMtrir 7: North west ,V;; Kvxfk island lit!.;
Fort Wayne viy,.
New York Market— Mar. 29.
COTTON A h.,L .,l .Hi..-
for miilo'linir. '
FLtJUK Lets .etive and DrinJ wthnlt inBtrfrtaf '
ehanire. Hales at 7 107 65 for extra state 8 M'
IBS SU forooDitnon to i,d shipping brand extia'
round h'.op Ohio, a id d(153U for trade brandv,
tbe marl ol clo-n quiet.
VHISXY-Steadyat!J6.i for State and W Sf
V.... .. '.?, m" rI"lB in oor.a at Vi H'it'i 744.
WIlhA'l Qu etand wiihoutrleoidedchaoge. No.
1 Alllwankie ml ftl at. norl
1JJ t l 9,aitd winter red WeaUrn at hO.
UaKUV-Moreanti ve. and nrtmj, 1raio
at at for s .nnd State and inter or Canada West, and
l 161 18 for prime and choioe Canada West.
lUKI.nr MALT Steady attl 26.
CORN A skaJe firmer hut nor verv aeftvA.
attil"3i foruns und.and744S77e for sound wil
ed W estorn, both in stor aoa delivered. A small
ar el choiue do at 78c.
OATH In better, at :15 1 for nniunin.l Wo.t,.n
and 54(SS5e for sound do. '
COH.Kh.-llo I ....
DSUtiAK Steady. Cuba Muscovado lOtSUVc.
aivLiA.TM'.n liuii. 1'orto Kioo75o
rhTKOLKUM Kirm. l!rmU.iMi;evi..
ed 40c;'do for bondiSc.
I'OKK Firmer and in fair demand. Sales at
J'-'o-Si'U 25 for new men.', closing at $31 25 regulai;
tU 50 26 for old do. and fll HM'U tor prime; also.
i.HOt) brls new we, for April, May and J uue, seller,
option, at 8 MiBi20 &.
iinr.r ununaugcu, aiaoout previous prices.
lir.tb 11A ilS llnelmmrH. Sl .1 S1K Knmt
37 00.
UACOX-Inaotive. Hales at UXQHo for Cum
berland cut, and 15.c tor short ribbed.
CUl AILAlM Steady. Kales at llai24'o for
shoulaors, and loaixo for hams.
LAKD Active at l4(18e.
1IUTTFU Quiet at stttiitfu for Ohio, and tomoo
for State
CiihiKSE-Dull at 183250.
Cincinnati Market.
FLOUR Sunerflne. Insreetor's standard, t8 7i
7 00; ex'rado.7 5ti8; lamily,0 2S(ai76; and fau
ey.fi":ii 11 60.
WHKAT-NewisdullatflSOforjro.l red. and
1 501 65 for Ho. 2.
CUKN The .lemand continues lair, and the mar
ket firm, at 62iSilo for mixed shelled, and 65u in
UATS-Wequoto40345casthe leading rate for
So. 2 and No. 1 on the spot.
KVli- SOidlUuare tbe rates askod for So. 2 and
No. 1.
COTTON-Holdor ak 353fla for middling, but
buyers weie rather timid.
PK()VlSIONS-.Mes l'ork, city packed, sold at
f26i closing rather neak. There wasa good demand
tor Hulk Aleuts in the early part of the oay, with
tales of 70.000 1 iw Sides at 13c, loose; tUhbds should
ers, nacked, at 10c; 611,11011 lbs Mile, at 13c, loose, and
liiO OdOlbsSbouldcisaLlOo b ono. Lard was held at
le.'j&WtC in the forenoon, but sold at the at the
clo.-e. Shoucdcrs mav bequ ted at I3j, Sidei at 14
(Sloe, clear Sides at 15,Vsil8j. Cleir bulk Sides aio
toeld at J4Jio packed, but wo did not hear of any
tillOCERIES Fair to choice Rio Coffee at J
JV: raw Sugar, 12l;-e; hnrd roflucd lS,'S174c,
and MolaseWi!sM.iu lor Porto Rico.
CUhKSK study at 22c per lb for Western Re
serve and Hamburg.
WHISKY -A continued du'l and heavy market
at tl 24, duty paid, an I 25o in bond.
SEED Clover is in lair request at t55 10 for
prime. Flaxs.endy at f j25. 'liuiothy uuehanged.
atJ4 3 25.
Cleveland Market.
FLOCR City made fin 75ll 60 for XX red;
fit 75 I i 5(1 for XX white; Country brands XX
red !) 5()S10 50; do XX wliito 10 61KSI1 50.
W11E AT The only reported sale to-day eas 1 oar
3Ii'waukeeepriiig a', f I 63.
ouk. fcales 4 ,ars o. I bhellcd from store at
OATS Snlef I ear No. 1 from store at 3Pc, 2 car
do do on track at Sue.
1'ORK Xo. l city mess hold at f27 00; No. 2
met fM 00; clear f 30 00.
LA KD City rendered in tierces at 18o; do in
kevs inc.
11A.M.-; Jales 1.1(10 lbs City ugir cured at 21c
Count.rv cured hold at 20ci.
Pilot; LUKUS-City cured steady at 14o. Country-cured
at I33il4c.
BACON Held at 18c for clear and 20o forsugar
oureil. MESS UEEF-Quiet and steady atflS 00. Extra
mens -.'ii.
1 1 1 U 1 1 WINES M nrkct stead v at $2 24I 25.
ALCOHOL Stead w Held at f4 48f 4 58 for 8
porcent.; Cologne Spirit", ftH per cent., f4 C3. Neu
tral l'n. Spirits 3ir$2 44.
SEEDS Sales 250 bush Clover at 5 25; 25 bush
limothy at 13 75.
SALT Finn t, f2 55 for Fine; (2 60 for coarse
Onondaga; tl 55 for Saginaw.
Louisville Tobacco Market—March 27.
The market foreommnn lugs is somewhat lower,
but other descriptions are uncDanged. w ith . ales at
the four auction warehouses of 1HU hhds, including
reviews and 1A rejections. The Bale inoluded some
fine leaf, 1 Met jail' county cuttine at f.tl.andS hhds
Hart county bricht tappers at tall, $43, and f50.
Tho sa'c ranced as follows: 6 hlnla att2uT2 u.25
t f3gi3!l5 '-'a at f 44 40, M at (55 B5, at o
G!KI. tlnt7 3(I7S5. 5atfHN95, Sat U 15&960, 9
at S1O4I0 50, 8 at vUlaill 75,7 at f 12-312 75, Sat 13
&1375, Batl4l4 75. Sat 11515 75, 3atfH25
IG 75, 2 at f 17 50, it at $10&3, 1 at 131, 1 at 1 39. 1 at
143,1 at $50.
Philadelphia Cattle Market—Mch. 26.
BEEF CATTLE Are in much better demand
this week lit an ad vance. About 1200 head arrive 1
and sold at tho Avenue Drove 1 ard at from 15 So to
lose tor extta, the la tor rate for choice; 14(315c for
fair to good, and lo3tl3o per poun I for common, as to
SIlfcEP Continue in fair domand. About 8,000
head arrived and sold at from 7o to tic per lb gross, as
to quality.
CO Wn About 200 head sold at the Ave.mo Drove
Yard at from f.'IO tof55 tor tpringers, andf48 to 175
per head for miloh cows.
HOUS Tliereceipts continue very light. About
1,000 head arrived and sold at tbe different yards at
trotn )3 to 15 the 100 lbs net.
D I I' T II E 1M A .
Dr. Trask's Magnetic Ointment
Will Certainly Prevent, Relieve and Cure
This terrible ma'ady, if used early. Apply free'y
to the throat and upper part o' the chest, aod cover
with a hot flanuf 1. Tho MA GXETJO OIXTNEKT
is also an efficient remedy for Croup, Sore Throat
and Inflammation of all kinds will remove pain
and soreness in a short lime, relieves and euros the
worst ( as e of Rheumatism by a few applications,
and for Sure If yes, Burns, Wounds, Piles, etc., is an
infallible remedy. It should Ve in the house of ev
ery family where theie are children. Sold by all
. RANSO 1 A CO.,
Proprietors, Buffalo
Ransom's Hive Svrup and Tolu, .
or, iso.xiri svKir,
Is universally acknowledged as the best and most
reliable reitedy for C'rnnp, Hoarseness, Cold and
Coughs, always prevailing among children at this
season of the year. Every family shoald have it in
the house ready for nse in case of sudden attaoks.
Many live have been raved by it timely nse;
ItU an EMellent Cough Medicine, for all c&mm.
very healing to the Throat and Longs. It la very
pleasant to the taste. Sold by all Druggist. ''
mchl7-dtwiwm Proprietors.
. HAS bekn
In every State and City andTown in the Union, "by"
Over all would-be rival), and th palm of victory la
awarded to it for depth and riehnots of tint, dura
bility, rapidity of action, softening and lubrieatlng
properties, and entire freedom from every deleteri
ous or soiling iDgredient, -7 '",
Manufactured by i. CRISTADORO, No, Af
ter House, w. York. Bold, by Druggist. i Ap
plied by all Hair Dressers, . mohs.dft wlm
u :.: :: : - ,j
Colgate's Aromatio Vegetable Soap.'
A superior Toilet Boap, prepared irom refin
ed Vegetable Oils In combination with Gly
cerine, and especially designed for tbe se of
Ladies aid for the Hnreerr. It perfume 1
exquialte, and It wajblnt propertie unrivalled.
For ale by all Druggists. foblO-diwly :
Jl'K-ii ka ii H- i it i;.wi M.
Ill III K A 1.1' 1 1 MTU 12 n 3 TH.
- ' J ' "'7 " rj-e-r-rpiKm nr jsr, Vela-1
fordHariboiH,rof furls.
i ni i invaluable medioin la i
however severe, will be eneedil, relieved andtna oZ
gan. restored to beaithy iot:n. "",rea " " or-
Jtdtti th fallotrAnn Mn,a j '
n.- "'i. n1 thV "Pifi" Pi" prepared b
?Wn" ,)UPT' " Urn bard, from
t.- 'ZVui ,,l;vJ"n l'lniarr. in ou, pr
all persons suffering from Invntnm.r. ii..I7.'-
any other weakness of the Sexual Organs, whether
aued by esedentar mod. f lir rf" !l
. i .UUJAROtN.M .1).
ParU. May . UCHIlE, MD.
The Genuine Fill are r oM by alt tbs prlnetpar
Druggists throughout the World. Friee Hat Dolal
per jox. or Six Boxes fur Five Dollar; ,
No. 214 Rus Lombard, F.ri.
One Dollar In.lnaed In &nw -n.tinvt.A A. . ti.
- , - ..j -u.nvt . .m. ABup will
insure a Rox bv return mail ....r.i. i
all observation; Six Boxes for Five Dollar. , .
Dole General Agent for America, '
0ECAB O. K0SX8 ft C0
. 27CourtlandtUM.T.
AnrT,fo,?r.,,!!mon",na,rioinitT. f.R;HAMDKL
and O. KOBLKTS. iulyl3'5-d4weowU
A Coueta, Cold, r Sore I'll
Irritation of the Lungs, a Permanent
'I hroat Affection, or an lncn rattle
Lang Disease
Brown's Bronchial Troches
For Itronfhltls,' Asthma, Catarrh,
Consumptive and Threat lMs
will find 7rc useful in clearing th voice when
taken before Singing or Speaking, and relieving the
throat after an unusual exertion of the vocal or
gans. Tbe 7VocAeare recommended and prescrib
ed by Physicians, and have had testimonial from
eminent men throughout the country. Heing an
article of true merit, and having prove their eB-
acy by a test of many years, each year find them
new localities in various part of the world, and
he Trochet are universally pronouceed better than
other article.
Obtain only "Brown's Dhokcbial Tkocbis."
and do not take any of th WortUttt Imitation
that may be offered.
Sold everywhere in the United States, ard in
roreixn countries, at cents per Dox.
; i
TULOluivrvrirnviiMii T,vn , ,
"oii'ti ib.iLiiAn nAiiv i;il na iiooa in
test of trial, and is constantly increasing in public
favor.. Z1 ?
It is tbe best and cheaptjt in the world. Fiieei
is cents. i
It gives a beautiful, lu-trous, natural color,'
It is complete in one bottle.
1 1 does the work the first time. i
It does not orock, smut or stain. '
It does not rub off or fade. i 1
It alwavs irives satisfaction. A eliiM Aananwtwif
THIS HAIR DYE is manufactured by a peculiar ?;
orocess (know onlv to Mr. MuthewnV hih ..nrl.,, "i
it infinitelv sunerior to an, five tn mmrkf
In using THE VENETIAN DVK ma mA (:
that RUSTY, DEAD appearance by which dyed hair C
ma invaiuaoie meuiolneiano hnanalilon v.. i.
iT,,i -''J"Peele.ot Oeniuf.r UriWy 'li
,tiltLUlZ:J.nru2l,t?'' 0T JSi,?hl1' on,u,al "mi.-
is o easily recognised when an inferior artiole
. i i rr
oas oeen usea. ji
am. vow iu vvuio. uu j u u to u o,' a v l oooq . '
Sold by all DruggisU and Fancy Good Dealers rrl
A. I. S1AT11EWS Manufacturer, hi
DEMAS BARNES A CO.. New York.Whoresalt lr.
m"' mayni-qeoaiy he
'. ON.
AGVA do mAGROLlA. ' f
awnuiui luqiMlin UVHUrt SDH nuS"
men' boonl The "sweetest thing" and largest '
quantity. Manufactured from the rich Southern
Magnolia. Used for bathing the face and person, I
render the skin solt and fresh, to prevent eruption ' i
to perfume clothing, Ao.
It overcomes the nnplcasant odor of perspiration. '
It removes redness, tan, blotches, Ae. '
It cures nervous headache and allay inflammation.
It cools, (often and add delicacy to the akin;
It yields a subdued and lasting perfume. I
Itcure musqueto bites and sting of injects
It contains no material injurious to the skin. ,
Patronised by Actresses and Opera Singer. It If
what every lady should have. (Sold everywhere.
1 ry tbe Magnolia Water onoe snd yon will ase bo
other Cologne, Perfumery, or Toilet Water after- jt
nrtri a u t dkto i. nn t th
u . v i : w 1 w i tn
WU 'U..1J .J
NESS, DIAnuilEATheytre taken by tbe
absorbents, and carried into the circulation, through
which medium they are conveyed to every part of
tbe bod..
ir .k.l . ir..i. v , ,
At t.n ymiu wwu Ml. JUIUIB, BIDglO aOSS prO- Uj?
duoea remarkable renent. And the am rnle an-
plie to 0ostiveos. diarrhea and drsantarv, tl.on.k LPnvl
t,i, .i,. t ,- i.. i"vv,.Tr:rT
morning for some day before decided relief I ob- 't '
tained. ' In afleetion of tbe lungs, throat, head and 4 -
pisuriey, insreuei wceriain; me excretory ergsn
. .t. ., , .. iu
throw off with ease tbe phlegm, and the breathing iulat-j
become freer. Spasmodic asthma is often cured by '.u:
Bsiugieuose. mcns-aswim ut
j ....
years from Nervous Oebilitv. i"reinaten .
e7, N auiue sneenoi Toutniui indiscretion,' will. ""
who need it. the recipe and direction for maVIn iuiber
the simple remedy b whioh he wu ennui. Muffl
ers wishing to profit by the advertieer's avperieoee.
can do so by addressing, in perfect confidence..,
, JOUN li. OmDEnT'.
feh13-tm No. 1 Chamber St., New York.
The Bridal Chamber, an Essay of Want
ing and Instruction for Young Hen. Also, new and
reliable treatment for Disease of the Urinary aa
Sexual System Sent free, in sealed envelope
J .J . auilllV Dmiiitmnil . '
.iaMLMfuiuvvvtnivB, nowaia
rhiladelnhia. Pa. aere'ee-lv
Removed from hie Old OfDoex.
DR. A. B. WILLIAMS, Wait broad way, nee
High street, Columbu. Ohio, bat devoted blmael
for a series of years to the tree ment of oertain pri
vate diseases. He may be consulted at hi offiee
Broad wa, near the lxebang Bank
aMhSnti i
aclroula Ion of 100, published in a perira
nently Democratio County, having i Demoeratie
Tote of nearly 4,000, and in a C it and lownship that
aree soDemooratio.- The advertiang and jobbing
patronage are excellent- For particular, address
'mchtt,.di, ?H1 61A11!8M-
- i i
1 Samuel Mather's Estate.'
the undersigned his been duly appointed and
qualified a Aoininitru,r with the will annexed of
the Estate of Samuel Mather, late of Truro town
ship, i ranklin oounty, Ohio, deonaxed. -:
,niohia-w3w,. , jou, WRIGHT.
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