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ITALIAN AND OttUHAJt OPERA
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moitnepeeirflllrto Inform tbe pobll that tbUti
fAni.conpnuiK aiiim waihEsowa end ei!i
nt4 Lyil Artiste bow performlHlBjbt Oaftod
Btf aor b-rfllr AUdame Relefaardt.
T nrWw,d(Taada) Iveileav becetnber 13,
Mi4idi Rotter, Madame ClllBi,TI,-r ttabelnene j
Here Voi ms, BBd Joeeph Hermaaas,
Wedaeedey Ivealir. December It.
fader LttOnui. kfl IfcGallncb. UMle Wee-lAUeLllfBorBrtfaoll.lJerrlUb-Ueaat
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CT. AHDBEWM ttOCIETT.
Mr. Kennedy l Hetaeroti nail,
for One Might,
fa Aid of Ik fad of tkt BboT AtMtUUot, bo
eai BtlMtl f
8C0TTIMI BOITOS, BiLtADS, Ac,
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pes aad AaJ4 BoblaOrkr '
VI IUaiZD AT X
TtelcftU flO tmalA i Rcirl ! rii-ant
To bo bd of tbt Umbra, aad at lb door ea thi
Ttalag oflka Coateru , :U-:
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WALL'S OPSRA HOUSE -Oq MOH DAT. !)
,,uJl.lkfOr4tUtjlaorthaitc, WM HOSALI
LINOAHD, will fcppr (a bU Coul Sbelobt,
PopuUr bVact, aad Latuilvaa f rrwliaal John
Mi, QAdnilt - dt14-tf
A COTERIE CARNIVAL
L CoUrlt CaralTal liraa at tar Acdnf latt
Mioa, bavlsc bta to aeeaifat to orarr parties
Ur. I doalra to aiaovaca tbat artpoillloa of tho
am will bo rlvaa at tho abort plact, oa Til DR8
PAT BMlS0, rabraarr , ISlSl Sab.eripUoa
book aow opn at tti Acadrar
L. O. ii.
Had Jail rtetlrtd a Tory Una block of
IMPORTED WlNTEtt DRESS GOODS,
PHiCKdtkta aarothtr Pint CUh UonialaU
Alao a la aiiortnaat of Qaatlomta'a Pornltb
CORNERNINTH AND D STREETS
IUYIH0 JDIT rUKCniSID A VIET CHOICI
LOT CI FALL 000DJ,
WEUTITIOUJt IBIIXS8 TO CITE CS X C1LL
WILL II8B0DK DMT MDItTOM TO PLIA8I
ALL WUO HAY IIUNUR tin WITH TI1IIK
THI BUT OF WOBK ADD HODIKATI
CUAK0I8 II OUB UOTTU.
Stoyei and Tinware.
H E V K N T U
JUST BICI1VID A H.W SUPPLY OF
MORNING Q LORY 3
B11II.KS AND OBATU I0B KIPAtBIHO UF
Tinware and llon.o Fnrnlthlng
FIT! doon .ortb of Pi... .if.
W. D Coon.
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STOTt. TIN AMU 8UBT-fKOli WUBKIBS.
n Ai.Ti.i. itrMi. imti ri... .r...i.
ttf F.rt!nU.r .ttistlo. pitd to ripilrtof For
.. b.iMf P.rlor ilMtiri. ad ( ..a u
votk .m.f id. noT
Prepare For Winterl
BIPAIB8 FOB ALL KIHDS ASP BIZU OF
HAN U EH.
BOYD'S STOVE AMD UARDWAHB 6T0BB,
o.IllatkitrL nti ,
BrlBf aam aad aanbor of atoT. Old (WTto
Ub.. & ,,.., f., ... B0B1!RT B0
2S3m fo i79Kl.tbit.lbil.D.BjI.
W. F. LASSELLE,
H. H. ALEXANDEE,
A T T O It N K Y H, XT It A W .
MO. 8 LOUISIANA AVENUE,
Near Cllr Ilall.
dart flm .
Seal Emit ind Gtncral lmonnct Ascot,
Itooraa Nob, 93 and 87
No. 07 r alrcBl, betweon Nlitli and
Prompt Attention OWon to ColleoUom
ABBUBT LLOTP B. F SCITA
LLOYD db HCTJVA,
ATTOBWnVH A.T X.A.-W,
No JO LOUISIANA AVINUI,
Bol?4f Nur Gltr IUU
UBAT AIIHY rtLANUKTN,
NEW, Y'KY IISAVY,.Ccou Ibo Ul. Oo'tra.
Sovoathtlreat el Lao. llrUia ttoaik bid,
riMIla II .TO QIVB MOTICl THAT TUB 8UB.
X aertbarkaa obtain frou thaOrpbagi1 Court
of WaibiaxtoB Coaalr. 1b tke Platrlotof Ciambla.
Iattm of AdmlaUtratittaoii tbeporioaal oaata ot
aao A. Hi MAI, lata of WavblaetoB elty, U O .
joal. All por0BS kBTla aUtDia aialaqtbe
aid doeoam are borabv waroid to exhibit iba
am, with tho Tonebora toaroof. to the aabatrlbu
on or boforoth tutdtr of ItoTotibar slid thej
UltrOIBOrWiaapi' law u.
W law be excladad frou all baa
fluof the a aid estate
U1T.B uaj.r T bwd tkl.jjaof Mojombsr
otJ w3w 4mIn"tTratrlK
VOL. IKNtff'iC; '
SiirATOAHkppssioa'liA ratorotJ t Ut
eltj and win appaar lo bid teat la tht Set. at
War 'oftha'aralitinn tbU lloa. T6a
Uonrolttea oil Ifldlan Affalrl will U tilltJ tt
fthr oq WedoaiJay, wkia Ifaa labjaot of th
tmoaftr of tht Indiao Durtau to the. War Da.
prtmifit, anndLan malteta g tnerally, will.
b eODaldarad ill atetai to be uaderatood thai
tba frlandi f th tramfer will ma lea bd effort
td-diy to bar U'a lodlao Com nit tab rclUrcd
of ny fort bar oniljcratiot. of the aabjeet on
thairooadtfialltlj oppoieJ to tht aohama,
tho oommlttaa barlof almoit uoaslmously
rtrdrtd'Ac-Inirit.atrkoafrAk tbt lait
Ion. An alttmpt will b tuadi, thertfora, for
ateferaaco to tho Mllllary Oommlttea. Sen
ator Ilaaderloa la of tkooplaloo.lt laatatcdt
thst our Indian troUbUi'a'ra'mora th fauUcf
OoBgrtia than of Aojrmlimanftfameatof tho
Indian Buraau, And,bt thtnka ttikt if Ooo treat
had paiaad tbo approptlatloa blt at any tlfco
faefbrt May'laiVn kad thoa ablad th
Ooraromeat to mifll tba eon tract a wlfh tho
trlbdi id rtferaota to tht ptymentof aonnl
tin, 4o , th prtMQt dJfflaultWi would be
If thtra iftutd bt k dlaorlmloktlon ti regard
the Indian trlbei," tbirt le no doabt that
the-tnnirertothi War Department would
meet with nor seperal tcror.but It la not
Ohlektiarre 6ttSaoitaoWi aould bojmada
nbjeet to the war'powerwheQ thefao not
require military corerament aa much at the
State of aeorgla And other Southern eommu
nltlea do. Qen. S&ermkti and Senator Hen
derion aeemtocolnelde In their rlewaupon
tlon of hoatllltlea will be broutht about un
let! another committer la appointed with en
Tub EittCTDAL TOfn Or ILliiou Ac
cordlny; to law, the tlxteeu Prealdentlaleleo
tort of Illlaola met at Springfield oa the 3d
Initanf, and east the elector.! vote of the
State for Ureal andOolfas. They then bU
loted (er dae of their number td be the oDelal
metieoger to Oongreaa. John D. Strong, eiq ,
elector for the Tenth dlatrlot, waa choien.
Mr. Strong reached thli etty on Saturday Utt,
hATlnglo hie poattislon the official documenti,
wMch he win preaeat to the Preildent of (the
SenafoWttieeecond Wedncidafof rebruurr,
oq which day Oongreaa countt the electoral
rotaoftheStatec.aad deeUreewbo baa been
ehoteo Prealdeat and Vice Prealdeat for the
four yean, Mr. Strong la well known tn thl
elty he beog the clerk to the Senate Commit,
tee on Territorial. n
It dobs kot atom to be doubted that the
Senate will agree (o the If ouae reaolutlon for
reeeae from December flat to January 5th.
Neither body aeema to be aoxloui to prooeed
tobualneialn conaeqaenceof the break that
mutt neeeiinrlly occur At the holldaya. It la
not expected that much In the war of bull-
ncia will be done in the Hooao Ihle wcekj
TburidayandFrldaytwllI be deroted to oblt
uirlce on Thaddeus StcTena and D. A. Finn or.
and It Ii not Improbable that the dcatha of
ojtntr member! will be announced daring the
Tan Post Of ncx Defaitmist hai Juit !
uad a very daepoit route mapoftheStateof
New York exhibiting tho mall aerrlee of that
State and lta oooaectlena with adjacent Statca
and the Dominion of Canada, Aa a apeelmen
of the Art of map-drawing It reflect great
credit upon the topographer, and It muit prore
of great uie, both Inilde the Department and
to the public at large Similar mape for the
Statei of Penaiylraate, New Jereey, Dela
ware, Maryland, and the DUtrtet of Columbia
will alio aoon be laiued by tho Department.
Tut Sisati SraciAt. nAimoAD Commit
tbb bare agreed to report farorably upon
chartering a railroad between Washington
aod Cincinnati, and between Waahlogton and
New York.. Thli la a movement upon the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad, lta auccen li,
howerer, exceedingly doubtful, aa the Senate
hae eoreral tlmea decided tbat It had no au
thority to charter railroad compaalca ou tattle
or the District of Columbia. The Uouie haa,
howerer, repeatedly pAiied bllli, cUlmlng
Qr. MiakitLAvo Ool. BrJET.ofaoT.Fen.
ton itafT, hare been In thli city the pait few
day, urging theeettlemeot of the State war
claim, agalmt the Qcneral Qorernmeot, and
hare reoelred a large additional credit. The
lait Leglilature hartng refuted an appropria
tion for tht maintenance or th Ntw York
Military Agenalei, the office In tht city 1 to
bo closed on the 19th (nit. The records and
uooolshed buitoeit are to be transferred to
tht Bureau of Military Be cord at Albany.
Tun SoriarteiifO Inirioutt or Stiau.
noATftf the district In which the recent col
llaloa of the tteamtri America and United
Statea took place haa been directed by the
Secretary of the Treamry to make a thorough
loreitlgatlon into tht causet of that lamenta
ble disaster. It 1 alto underatood that Mr.
McCulloch has recommended to Congress the
repeal of the law authorizing tho carriage ol
petroleum aa freight oa passenger ateamera.
It 1 mot xxracTD that Ooagresa will make
much progress wth lrgUlatloa until after the
holldaya. Meantime the estimates or the
rarloua Department art to b prepared, and
tht Important oommttteea will continue their
session until tho reassembling of Congreta on
the Itb, of January. Then Congreta will begin
the work of the teuton la earnett.
It l TXtiaRArnao hiitoi that Chief Jus
tice Obatebat notified the other membereof
the Supreme Court that no contultAtlon will be
held on the legal-tender eaae ror some time to
come. Thli will prevent any detlalon on the
matter at tht present time. Ill understood
that no decision will be mad until after the
How. CuaVBLxi S, Srinois, pretl dent of the
Republican Campaign Club of ths elty or New
York, la here aotlrely urging hit claims to the
appointment of United Statei district attor
ney for tht Southern district of New York,
under the coming Admtnlatrstton. Mr Spen
cer waa one of the Qraot electors for the State
of New York.
It wat currently reported latt night that the
nomination of a aneeessor for Commissioner
Rollins, would be tent to the Senate to-day,
Mr. Alaxander Oummlnga wilt probably be
tht nominee, although B. 0. Persona, eaq , It
alto named In connection with tbt office.
Tains will si a dlrltloa of the Untied
Statea Supreme Court thla week on the legal
tender case, when tna majority aaa minority
of the court will designate the justices to de
clare the opinions. The Chief Justice will
deliver the opinion of the majority.
I-.. - -
A VEnr la no a nrMnan of Senator and
Beprcaeutallrea are opposed to the resign.
tlon or Mr, Commissioner Bollloi and are
using arguments to Induce him to abandon hi
intention or resigning.
TUIt ABM RKVIRAL CAMDIDATK for the
office of Surveyor Oeneral or New Mexico, to
011 the vacancy occasioned by the death of the
"ItACOBTiCtt" writes to tht New York
CeMmm-l. "Card are out for th wedding
U a daughter of Hon John V. Vtuttt, the
"OTgresslonsI Trloter, next ween -
: r ' in j VaWlNQTON. D. O.NDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1868.
UxirKT A, Smtthb, esq, Collector of Out
torn of NewYofkl here ItUmor ha It
that be come to urge hie nomination to tht
Senate for MInUtersto Bustla,
Tub no0i.ncoaiTiccTiOM Committ
will meet to-day to farther eonalder tht Oeor
gla ease, and Qovernor Bullock haa been torn
mooed totappear at thlt time., f
Sibatob Mobtov will, on Wedneeday, ln
troduee hi fieanciaf jneaiure la the Senate,
and will aupport It la a ttrong epeecb.
Ma. BrjxTOJf, the new Doorkeeper of the
House, propose to redaoe tht tipentet of hi
department 1,000 per month
Hov.OiLcaaAA.Okow, of Penotylvanla,
1 here, and hit Mendi say that he will be Mr.
Buckaltw'i ucoestoTln the Senate.
Tni JrDioiAKT Co mm itt B have not agreed
to report favorably Qen. Butler'e'bLll to re real
i. A a
PnBtiDiHT Jobhov hat approved th bill
for the remoral or political dltabllltlet from
Chief JBiUeo Mosee, of Sooth Carolina.
until January Jlth,
Tib Mrtatei?rDBtioATidif A delega
tion or prominent Mlsalaelppl Bepublleana ar
rived In tht elty on Friday evening. It con
Isti or Oeneral B. B.Eggleaton, Colonel B.
VT, Flournoy. Hon. A. Mygatt, Judge J. F.
Brown, Dr. T. W, Stringer, Major W, II.
Olbbt, Captain II. T. Flaher, (editor of the
luissiitlppl rilotj) uaptaln U. E. morgan, aad
Uoloael U. W. Pierce, They have oome for
the purpose or placing before Congress evi
dence In support or the proclamation of the
committee of Are appointed by the Oonstltu.
tlonal Convention to manage the election and
declare the result. This proclamation declares
mat mo ciecuoo rcauuea in in raiineaiionor
the constitution, aad the election of Kepubli
ean State offleera, membere of Coagreit, and A
food working majority In the State Leglila
tire. They take tbejrrounde that the ret arm
upon which OeneraiaiHem based his report on
the result or tbt election were fraudulent, a
fact which Oeneral O. entirely Ignored in hit
report, although It waa sufficiently established
by the rcporte of hla aubordlnatt officers, who
wife iciiiuiuHj twiiKuua, viuioaor. aou ibu ni
dation In verloua parti or the State, which
rendered a fair election In thoie district! tm-
riosslble. They will probably appear before
he reeonttructlon committee to-day, and
tuauB n iuu u..u.u vi .uoti; cbibi.
MiBTiiraorTiBBoAKB or Mavaobbi or
tub NatiosalSoloixbs' HouB-The Board
of Manager of tht National Asylum for Dis
abled Volunteer Boldlere met at th office of
the Surgeon Oeneral lathi. city, on Friday
There wero present. Major Oeneral B. F. But
ler, Mr. Secretary Schofleld, Major Oeneral
J. II. Martlndale, of New York, ex Qovernor
Frederick Smyth, or New II amp tbt re, Judge
H. L. Bond, of Maryland, Hon. Lewis B.
Ounckel.ofOhlo, and Dr. B. B. Wolcott, of
Wisconsin. Reports from the several asylums
showed thai nearly d.ooodlaabled toldlere were
cared for during the peat year, of whom 120
belonged to the regular armyj of these 197 are
blind and forty-six Insane. A considerable
fortlon or these men have been supported by
he board At State and other local asylums,
but the board adopted measures to Increase
the accommodations at the asylums at Day
ton, Ohio, Angusta, Maine, and Milwaukee,
Wiseonaln, ao that after a little while ell tbt
men ean be eared for at the regular aiylumt,
where they ean be more comfortably kept, and
have the advantage! of schools, libraries,
reading-rooms, amusement halls, telegraph
end print lo offices, and mechanical shops in
which to learn new trades adapted to their
peculiar disabilities, and from which they
will be enabled to earn money wltb which to
aid their dependent ramlllet. After making
the neeessarr annroorlatlons. the board ad.
Kiobtjb, and certain other ehlefs of tbt Sao
and Fox tribes of Indians, are about to bring
tit against th honorable Charles E. Mix,
aetlog commissioner of Indian eflttri, Colonel
Charles Morpby, superinttndent of tht ctatral
lapcrlntondenoy, Major Wllsy, agent of th
Saot and Foxes, and Thome Derwln, deputy
United State marshal, for fall Imprisonment
rKtokak aai hi friin. Uylog tho damages
at ten thousand dollar These Indian wcrt
arrested by the Indian agect while In Chlosgo
en route to Washington, on order from the
Indian Bureau not to allow delegations of
Indian to visit Washington, except by per
million of the Department, and were released
pon a writ of habtat eorput
Tas iTBAMinir Obbicbxt of th New Or
lean and Oelveston line hat been daitroyad
by Art. Lou $200,000 and no Insurance.
Joiira Uabt, eged eighteen, baa been
convicted of man slaughter by a FMIadilph!.
Tab trial of tht Twltefaell forth murder
of Mrs. Hill, will oommenoe la Philadelphia
on Thursday next.
Obobqb W Cook eonvlcted at Ulobmond,
has been sentenoed by ths United States Dil
tilet Court to ten years' Imprisonment In tbe
Albany penitentiary for robbing tbe mall.
Tub Virginia Statt Journal announce! that
the stay lew will not b extended.
A bbtial lbaqus hat been formed In Iltl
The fullowlar mlnliten aod officer of Stat
hare been appointed In England, vli. Ser
geant QlfiWd, Lord Chief Joitlee of the
Queen's Benohi Lord Duffer In, Chancellor of
the Duchy or Lanoastert is l ward Buillvan,
member of Parliament for Mallow, Attorney
Oeneral for Ireland, Chart! Robert Barry,
member of Parliament for Dungarroo Solici
tor Oeneral for Ireland, Thome Oeo Bering,
Baron Northbrook, Under Secretary of War,
and Mr Vivian, Treaiory Lord, to supervise
Tbe news from Spain U that agitation there
It still very great, and tbat capitalist! are
leaving tbe country Tbsrt li much alarm
among all olaiiei, although th Insurrection
ary movement be not spread beyond Cadis
Hostilities were expeoted at Cadli on Satur
day, If the iainrgeots do not eubmlt Tbe
Government baa offered tbe most liberal terms
to the revolutionists, and left no measure un
tried to prevent the effuiUn of blood
The Madrid ofiVlal Gazttti of the 13b, had
the following: ' Nothing further from Calls
has been reoelved, owing to the derangement
of the telegraph wire Th Government is
anxloui for th Insurgent to yield to reason
and patriotism, and not force tbe national
troops, which have to maoy advantages, to
fire upon their countrymen. The Government
commander li certain of a prompt tuppretilon
of tbe revolt Tbe Captain General of the do
pertinent of Valencia reports to the Govern
ment an tmmlntt rising or tbe Carlisle In Are.
gon." It li reported at Vienna that the Ortek Q jv
crnmtnt still withstands tbe reproseatatloai
mad by tbe great Power of Europe In tbe
matter of th ultimatum or the Sublime Porte,
and that the Turkish ambauador at Athens
tt consequently preparing to depart
ItirnovxD Cos d mo s or tub Soutubbr
Btatbi A. erlratt letter from a prominent
and wall known Booth Carolina loyalist
and Republican, to agcntlemin In thli city,
"Our proipeots tn South Carolina, and I
think all ovsr lb South are now very encourag
ing, both politically and materially, Law
lessness has ceased almoit a If by magic sloe
tbe elections, and everybody aeomi to adopt
tbe motto of Grant.'Let ui have peace. Good
fee Hog seems rapidly returning between the
two parties, and a prominent Rcpablloan li
treated different from what he was only a
month ago. Tht flntoslal proipeots of the
Stat have Improved wonderfully within tht
last two or tbnt weski "
Latent TelesrrsipsBle Brevltlc.
Henrr M. FUt t -Dmtd"! Is dead.
Thoma Mlaer.of Baltimore, waa drowned
in norroir ycttemay
Judge "Oholeo 4led very suddenly in S
A loss of VifXA U the result of a tire In Sa
raanah. J "
Spain seems tab ruled by "Oeneral Disor
der" fart now, l
Tht Ooverrunekt tttick oa tht Osdlx losa r
CadU 1 tn a statt of blockade.
Oarllst revolts are apprehended In Arsgon.
Bate too JlepahUeans are disposed to be
CbUagef maklns txtanalvt preparation
for th army reunion- It 1 expected that
nearly SfiOO o niters of tbt four armies will be
Ninety thousand tight hundred dollar! In
treaiurt arrived at New York yeeterday.
Panama Ispolltleally tranquil, bat htt tht
A French Oornmlitloaer la In Panama look
ing after tht Inter-oeeanlo canal.
Bogota ha a civil war.
Chill hat an Impeachment excitement.
EhrthytTalies have become to common In
Chill that they do not txetta much alarm
Tbt Irrepressible Train gave Cork a cartlor
nor Bpaolili troop will leave Snalu for
Cube on th 15th.
Turkey te preparing for hostilities axalnat
The King of Dnmaik And the Prince of
Walt urge Oreect to accede to tht demand of
Oapt. Terrlll, aa tx-Kentucky raider, la
Oin. Orant and party were la Pittsburg res
terday tn routt to Chicago.
The Peruvian fleet at Nw Orleans is at a
stand still, because of a misunderstanding be
tween otdiers and crew.
Hon. A, U; Bailey and Cyrus W. Field, New
Yorkf lion. Edmund Burke, New Hampshire
lion. L. IL Chandler. Vlrslnla. and Hon.
Oharlea Mason, Iowa, are at the Ebbltt house,
Hon. Fayette MoMullen, Virginia! Hon, D.
w. u. w&eeler, New York, Uoo. Thomas
Carney, Kansas) Hon. A. P. Orover, Kentucky,
and Madam La Orange, are at the Metro
politan. Uoo. Thomaa O. McCreery, Ken
tucky! Hon. William A. Pile, Missouri, and
Colonel Alfred Spate art at tht Seaton
PEN. PENCIL AND ICISBORS.
Thb trade In evergreen li lively Just now.
Skatibq la good In Boston an! vicinity.
Norwich; Connecticut, uiei velocipedes 00
ITabd wood brings $10 per cord at Liwli
Wild books sell at Ofty cents per pair la
Moirof the Michigan lumber mllli hive
stopped work for tbt season.
Fbidat wsi tbe coldest day of the seaion la
ViBGixtABi about Stanton have been en
joying good sleighing.
Tna teachers of the Dondoln school district
In Boston have voluntarily abandoned the rod.
Tab prettiest girl In Norwich. Conn . works
for a livingand never had a beau.
P.T BABHOViMOfooBAMnponhlsdoor bell
knob Is translated "Pall The Bell" by hie
friend, Dr. Chaplo.
Tub eold weather pleases tbe skate, sellers
and ooat-daaleri, aod tht ioe-outters are look
log forward to an abundant h arret t.
Pbodbkt people are baying their holiday
gifts under tbt Impression that they art
cheaper now than they will be next weak.
Cuas, CocnRAir, of Winchester, Va , com
milted suicide Jut Monday byhaogtog. No
Recent Jury verdloU, In murder oaser,
teem to have fixed the faot that there It such
a thing as Insanity ad inttrtm
J S. Mabtis, or Bhlppeniburg, Peno , com
mitted lalolJe at the State Capital Hotel, In
Uarrlaburg, on Friday,
Mn. DiCkbks say his Journeyi as "Uncom
mercial Traveler" art for tbe firm of Human
It ii asserted that about one la thrse of tht
gold sovereign! In elroaletlon In England la
light In weight. A larger proportion of the
Sovereigns of Europe are "light weight! "
In Woodvllle, Wis, an Indian and a bear
were recently found lylog dead together.
Bruin, after receiving sir bullets, had lived
long enough to crush to death his antagonist
Somb of tbe paper! think tbat Geo. Orant
will have frequent o com Ion to repeat his brief
peeoh at Providence. It was only two words :
Acbartbu for a railroad from EJsnton, N.
0 , to Saffotk, Va.. whar It will eoontct
with th Nerfolk and Petersburg road, has
beta obtained from the Leglilature of North
Col. T. S. FLOtiBMor, president of tbe At
Isntlo and Great Weatern Railroad Company,
will address tbe people of Nansemond at Suf
folk to-day, and advocate the subscription on
tbe part of tbe oonnty of $200,000 to the
capital stock of tbe road
TbB editor of tbe Norfolk Day BooX law
tail Wednesday largo, ripe, ruddy and lutelooi
strawberries, Just pluoked from the vines, In
the open air, on the farm of Mr. John Car
son, Burwell's bay, Isle of Wight county,
At the last meeting of the MeiseoaustUi
Inititnte of Technology, lo Boston, a new
telescope of small atiehot great power waa
exhibited The eye pleoe Is a complete com
pound microscope Instead of a simple one
The focal distance Is eight Inobet. and the
Liggett power Is about eighty dlamttert Its
powtrt in oDservauont ot ine moon, tne
S tenet and the double atart, are very aatli
actory. The tost It about $129.
Thb Maioolo Grand Lodire of liana eb a-
etti beli ltt annual communication on the
Sth loitant. The annual report or tbe Grand
Master showi that the floatlojr debt haa been
reduosd some $00,000 the past year, and at
preient amoantt to about $115,000. In the
eleotlon tbat succeeded choice was made of
the following gentlemen for offlctrt for tbe
oomlngyear Wm 8 Gardner, Boston, Oraod
Maiteri Ainamar w wodht, Amnersi, ana
I W, Pope, Baiton. Grand Wardens, John
McClellan. Bistro. Grand Treasurer, Soloa
Thornton, Boston, Grand Secretary.
Gov Bbowxlow, In tbe Knoxvtlle HVtif,
dispose! of the cry tbat etrptt-baggiri have a
monopoly of ornses la Tennessee. Only one
State officer and one member of Congress (Ho
race Maynard) came originally from the North,
and a like proportion holds of tht minor offi
ce s Ths Governor oonoladtt a follows i
"But aside from this view, there Is another
which must Impress thos whose notions of
Justice have not been clouded by prejudice or
sectionalism What lort of tenure upon any
offices of tbe State would any loyal native
have had If the carpet-baggers bad not eomt
and squelched out rebellion and planted tbe
banner of tht Government amidst tbe reeking
rntm of war ? Of tU six carpet-baggers
members of the House-Jour, at least, of them
earned the right to tbtlr seats by brave service
In tbe field, and tbtlr constituent wisely
awardtd It Tbe only carpet-bagger elected
to the 1 Dooming Congress from Tennessee be
tbe tarn weil-earnel title to tht civil honors
with which a grateful constituency have
awarded him He was Colonel of a Tennessee
cavalry regiment '
OTTUR ASSOCIATED 1REHN.
AflQat r Is Spill to. Approeveblisff e.
vrii-Tb AiieeK on ivia Fool
poned CndfBln uStAteof tlloekmde
Pretpeef of Vartber Revolt
Turkey PrepArls ( UontlUtle)
Aral not Greece Oreect) Vrareol to
Accede to the Demand! ofTnrkey
Train Hakes Aaotner upeoen.
Loirpoif, December II. 'Dispatches from
Madrid enow affair la Spain art rapidly apj
preaching a erlsle. Admiral Tepeta has been
dispatched to Cadis to negotiate with the In
surgents, but, according Jo thtlatt adrlcet,
had met wltb no mooes. An Interview was
held there betweea leading rebels, and repre
sentatives of thtptorl tonal ministry at which
Admiral Topete was preeont. Theebela de
manded a share la the government, which wee
Topete told 'them that, having w.on. sub
mitted to a worse government, they must mo
rn a tartly obey tbe present one.
Tht proclamation of the Government de
claring tht pott of Cadi under blockade, was
A 11 it, consisting of two Ironclads and
transports with threo thousand troops, will
all on thelSth Inst, for Ouba,
New Yobt, Deo, 13 The tleratj hae the
following eable i pedal dated Madrid, Decem
ber 13. TheOovernmenthei decided on poet
ponlng the attack on the party In revolt la
Cadis, hoping tht Insurgents will accept tht
terms offered them and surrender.
Oenersl Roda, tht present head of the Gov
ernment troops, haa declared tht port of Cadis
blockaded, and hae Informal foreign eonauli
New haa been received that tht Uarllil party
In Lower Aragon ii prepared for revolt.
Fear are entertained of a rising of the Re,
public ana In Barcelona to-night. Tht great
est precaution! are Adopted to guard against
i uoo. a contingency la both place.
Los DOW, Dee, 13. Hopes are entertained la.
Parli that a collision between Turkey and
Oreece maybe avoided. The Turkish Qov
ernment,however,Ia making preparation for
boitllltlee, aod Turkish troops are being con
centrated on tht frontier of Theisaly, Dis
patches from Athena eeaert the OreekOovet 0
meat win. a yet, do nothing.
A telegram from Copenhagen statea that the
King of Denmark and tht Prlnct or Walca
have written a joint note to King Oeorge of
Oreece, urging blm to accedo to the demand
of tbe Sublime Forte.
Cob c, Dee. 13 Oeorge Francis Train, tbe
eveolog previous to bis departure oa tbe
steamer Australia from Queemtowo, ad
dressed a largo and enthusiastic meeting In
,hli eltr' --
THE ARMY REUNION.
Chlrng-o Maklan; Oreat Preparations
Programme of Proceeding-
Chicago, Deo 13. Tbe local commltteesare
very busy In their Arrangements for tbe grind
reunion of the armies, which occurs here on
Tuesday and Wednesday next. Tho present
Indications are that nearly two thousand offi
cer of the four armlei will bo present and
take part tn the festivities
Thla number will be nearly proportlonably
divided betweea tho fourarmiei. The army
of Tennesaet will make their headquarters at
the Tremont Ho use i tbe army of Oumberland
and aeorgla at the Sherman Ilouiei tht army
or Ohio at the urigg'i House uurmg Tues
day, tht different armies will bold eeparate
business meetings, and for this purpose tht
army of Tennessee will occupy tht Crosby
Opera House, tht army of Cumberland will
convene at MoVlckers' theatre, the arm) of
the Ohio will bold He meetings In Caledonia
The army of Georgia Is not yet thoroughly
organized, and they will hold their meeting
with tht army of the Cumberland until their
organisation la complete.
Oa Tuesday evening tho grand reunion of
the armlet will take place at the Opera House.
The programme for tbe occasion Is aa follows i
Order of exercise at the Crosby Opera
House, December 18, 1188 1 Oen. Oeorge II.
Thomas presiding, reveille hy the drum corps,
address of welcome by Lieut. Oeo. W. T, Sher
man, eong bytbeOIee Olubof America) ora
tion, army of the Oumberland, by Oen. Ohaa.
Cruft) drum olo Battle or Stone Rlvert
oration, army or the Ohio, by Oen. Jacob D.
Coxj aoog by the Olee Club Star-Spaoglod
Banner) oration, army of Oeorgla, by Oeo.
Wm Orogeiwclli song by the club Sherman'
March through Oeorglai retreat by tbe band)
tape of tho drum corps.
The committee on railroads haa recelred In
formation that tho Pennaylvaola Central,
New York Central, and Erie railroad bad
repudiated their agreement to Issue excursion
tic kets to those attending the reunion.
UIIQ PERUVIAN FLEET.
Tronble Aboard dhlp A BfUunder
standing; Between OOlcers and Men
Naw Yobk, Deoember IX A special tele
gram to tht Herald, dated Ntw Orleans Decent-.
tier 13, atatea mat an important miaunaeraiana-
lag baa occurred between the officers and
crews of the Peruvian fleet recently fitted out
in mat city.
The transports are now lying lo tbe Mini
ilppl, tbe crew of which were ihlpped In
New York with the express understanding
that they should be paid two montha In ad
vance, aod that they were to aerve under the
United Statea flag for one year. To-day the
offieera of the vessels hoisted the Peruvian
flag, when the crews mutlned and refused to
work the vessels on tho ground that they
were no longer under tbe protection of tht
To-night the officers attempted by force to
compel the erewt to work the esselt to tee
but tho crewe refuted, and all communication
with them waa out off. The crewe then
threatened that ahould the attempt bo made
to force them to ca, they would throw the
Thli had the dee I red effect, and the officer
at one appealed to tbe police force of tho city
for assistance. The police officials declined
to Interfere on the ground that they had no
jurisdiction, aod the conflict between the oltt.
cers aod crcwa la progressing
Oen. Orant aud Party
PiTTtncna, Dee. 13, Oeneral Orant with
Ocnerala Dent and Parker, Col Lcet.of bli
i tefl", and Oenerala Thomas, Schofleld, Mc
Dowell, Logan, Terry, Sherman, Harry, Hart
ran ft, Iogala and Uola. Huff, bobodcld, Camp
bell and Treat left at 2 o'clock to-day for Chi
cago to attend tho army reunion
NonroLK, Deo, 13 A man named Jaquei,
from New York, and Thorn! Minor, frou
Baltimore, were drowned in the harbor to-day
by the ovcrturnlngof a yawl boat In the gate.
Death or Henry M. lllnt.
Puiladkltuia, Dec. 13 Henry M, Flint
whose letters over the signature of "Druid,"
during the war, attracted much attention, died
yesterday at Camden, N, J,
Fire In Savannah.
Sa A.sAit,OA , Deo. 13. A. firo Hits morn
ing ou Mill street destroyed twelvo frame
bouses The loss Is cstliuttrd nt tio.ooo,
mostly cot err 1 by Insurance
PRICE 3 CENTS.
CENTRAL AND SOUTH At! ERICA.
Arrival or Treasure Panama Trass
qnll Tbe Intereceanle Canal
Civil War la Boffot Impeach
meat Eaeltement las Cblli-Eartb
quakes The United States Steam
New Yomr, Bee.13 The neory Chauncey
bas arrived with $00,800 treasure.
The State of Panama -was tranquil. The
Prealdeat had leaned a general amnesty to all
except th leader of the laat rtbellloo.
Small pox had appeared at Panama.
Mods, Felix Billy had arrived from France,
en routt for Central America, on business con
nected with the Inter-oeeanlo canal aerosi the
Adrloes from Bogota to the 15th ult, report
fear of civil war lncreailng. Recruiting waa
going on with vigor, and trade waa par al
The Preildent had four thousand men under
The Liberals Wert divided, tome ruppotttng
Onetterrez, and some Meequerro.
A commissioner bad left Panama to obtain a
million doUor from tht railroad tostresgtben
tht Columbian Government.
Steamers had arrived at Panama from Vat-
paralio. Oreat exoltement prevailed at Chill
In consequence of tht Impeachment of the
Supreme Court judge by Congress Tbe peo
ple bave espoused tne csuse ox the judge
against th Oovernment, aad tht altuatlon
wai becoming critical.
Slight ahocka of earthquake were felt at
Arequlpa, but occasioned no damage.
There were rumor or another revolution.
headed by the Vice Preildent. Delta bae
taken rlgoroue measures tr prevent It.
Th learner Wateree sold for $3,200.
Death of Judge Ubolson.
BAYAir-An. Oa , Deo. 13 Judge Ohotson,
of Peteraburg, member of the Arm or Oholson
Walker a. Co. Liverpool, waa found dead in
bed thl morning.
Death or Capt. Terrlll.
Loo lav ills. Dee. 13. Oeptelo Edwin Ter
rlll, who led the raiding party agalnat Shelb)'
vine about two ye are ago, died of nu wounaa
Personal. Dramatic. ud Literary,
Ed wis Fobbest ht been playing to orowdad
bouses in Boston,
Mils Akbic Clare; he made a great bit at
Toe Bostomabi are to hare tbe "Lin
eaahlre Less" to-nlgbt.
Boot a' s tbeaire In New York will sooa be
Polics CoMtfisiioxinAcToy, of New York,
Is seriously UL
Kxxuxdt. tbt vocalist, be Jait cloied a
successful season at Sttlnway Hall
Miss Olive Loo as lectures st Stolnwsy
Hall to morrow night.
no Wm. M. Rodman, a prominent cltl
sen or Provldenoo, R I , oommltted suicide
on the 11th.
'Padtjlb Yotrit Own Oakob" 1j tht title of
Jerome Thompson's latest picture, now oo
exhibition In New York.
Psor nsiBT ScHAnrr has been reading be
fort tbe Young Men's Christian Association of
"Susah Fibldixo" li tbe title of Mri.
Edward's new etory, whloh Ii to be commenced
in tbe January uaiaxy.
Jambs Roisbll Lowell says he never
blamed England ror wiiniog m to our eause
daring the war, but Alabama! are not wishes
The projeot of fret tvenlng concerts during
toe winter naa received to onaaiiaoai ap
proval of the city committee and the Common
Sous of tbe English papers speak or Mr J.
X. Motley's address at the Muslo Hall as ' tbe
mait eomnlata and exhaustive In which the
cause of tht Union ha been advocated "
Tbb eleotlon of A. Oakey Hall to tbe New
York majority ortatet a vacanoy for th dis
trict attorneyship, and the aspirants ror the
position are numeroui.
Madame Toitbb achieved another Ul
nmnh In Ntw York, on Wednesday evening,
la "Lis Bavardf," a very moral eomlo opera
Dr. Benjamin Huxxiso. of Lancaster, N,
U , a physician of sixty years itandlog, and a
prominent man In tht northern part of tbe
State, died on Monday, at tbe sgs of eighty-
A musical convBNTiot will meet at St. Al
bans. N. U . on th fiih of Januarv. and con.
Una four days, at which George R Foot, of
Chicago, ii expected to ne present.
Tee Wllllamt Collejro triennial catalogue
give! tbe number of Alumni a 2,168 of
wnom ota areoeaa ui .no iividr- inoro irv
401 mlnliten, 332 lawyere, 122 doctor! and
110 teachers, 73 navo ana sinoe jooo
Thb students of Wathlnictoa Colleie. Vir
ginia, hav Issued th first number of a fort
nightly pubtlutlon called th Colltgun It
Is edited by a ion of Gen, John C Brechin
ridge and Mr. S. Z. Amman.
0. C, Corns, ("Crleton, of th Boston
Journal) htt just oomplttsd bis tour around
th world and returned bom, after an absence
of two veers Mri Coffin accompanied her
husband In his protracted wandering! and
bort tht fatigue Incident to tht trip with
Mas N V Banks, accompanied by her two
daughters, leave New York next week fir a
year s absence In Europe, tht object of her
visit being the eduoauon or ner enuareo. sirs
Banks will loin bar son In Germany, where
he bas been for tbe past year
Joan N 0 en in, who became celebrated a
the purchaser of tbe first ticket for the Jenny
LInd concerts, and who bli made and lost
hair m. dot an fortunes, bas reeentlr. bv tbe
death of an unole, com Into the possession of
nearly half a million of dollars.
A Child Bcbred to Death A shocking
accident ooeurred at the residence of Mr El
liott, on Wide alley, Eighth ward, on Wednes
day, rssultlng In the death of bis little daogh
ter, aged about four yean It appe" that
tbe little child bad been left In a bed cham
ber In the astond story, with an Infant brother,
while btr mother went down stain Tbe
mother had been gone bat a few moments
when bar attention waa attracted by acreams
from tbe child. She ran up stain, and upon
entering the room she found the child's cloth
ing enveloped la flames 6b called assist
ance, and through the efforts of a neighbor tbe
fire was extinguished The child, however,
waa frightfully burned, and notwithstanding
medical aid was promptly scoured, the little
sufferer survived only a few honra It Is sup
posed tbat tbe child had gone to tbe grate, and
while playing about, her clothing had taken
are rttttourg row win.
Tub Cubah Inivrrbctiob The DtMo
or Havana, or th 12ih Inst , isyi that Count
Valmaitdahss already oansed to tbe Insur
reotlonlsts a loss of 87) men killed and
wounded, and hla march from Puerto rnncire
to Nuevatls will add to tbe number.
Tbt Dtano also publishes an intercepted
letter from tbe general of tbe Insurrectionists
to General Cesspedes, In which the Msrquls of
Santa Luola li reported to bave been levcrety
wounded. , . .
Prominent Liberals and Cubans In Spain
bave sent talegrami lo Influential cltlieni In
Harana, stating that General Dulct goas to
Cuba fully authorized to modify the duties
and to govern tb Island on a liberal baits
Th grtntlngof a definlt constitution It re
served for the deotslon of the Cortis, but the
new Captain Gtncral tt authorised to lnuo
general amnesty to all insurgents upon Uylng
down tueir arrai
THE NATIONAL REPUDLICAN
published Evenv uohnino
1V IV. .T 3r.UrVTA.Oir.
Ntrthrtit Oorn-r of Tenia aji4 D S:rtJ,
B.d il fn .l.bd lo b.CTlbr. (br cirricn) .1 M
vvav ffi Ban.,,....
VUabecTlUrt,cXMpaaBB- at 00 rorelx
moBthit and II CO fof three monlbe.f AMr-fasv
Concerning: Oeneral Grant's In. on
Ferte tiitor elkt Tttbnnti
i a. . . Da ,Qa know tb1 J" DM Pk '
Idloti In tht TrtbH4 bureau hart? do. I
can explain how and why I know It. I came
to th bureau thta morning, as mail, putting
mjielf to tronble and expense lo do favors
for people who have not siked them, and I
"OeceraJ Grant 1 ipMohUii."
Th head Idiot said. "Ii this so"
I replied, "It fi.
Tbe first assistant Idiot asked a simitar
question, and received an equally similar an
swer. Than the A(SIetd(aeanIogyour bureau
people) telegraphed It to yoo.end shortly after
ward sold It to tbt get til men of the Associ
ated Press at th ninal rates, vis; two dough
nuts A line for never have saan anv elrcn
latins; medium among the Washington corre
spondent but doughnuts yet.
into a went away. row i am accused or
Baylor Gen Ortnt waa danrtrouslv HI. and
prooarlBftt to be telegraphed ell over tht
country. It Is false. I simply sail he was
speechless. I simply meant b never mad
public speeches, I was greatly surprised
when they telegraphed It as a matter of news
I earn near sayleg so even at the tine I
tooldn't sot soy ions la making news of It,
r.Br loan a a means oi acquiring uooga
nuts. All that put It Into my head la the
first place waa th fact that I had been up
trying to gat at Gen. Grant's optnlons and In
tentions constrains; certain matters, and bad
found him In s manner ipeeobleti. I bad laid
"Sir, what do you propose to do about re
turning to a specie basis?" To which be
mad no audible reply. Then I said:
"Sir. do vcu mean to stoo the whlitrv
fraudi, or do yoa mean to ooanira at them I"
To which he replied as before I now said
"Do yoa Intend to do itralrhtfoiwardly and
unostentatiously whst every true, high minded
Democrat has a right to expect you to do, or
wlUyou.wlth accustomed obstinacy, do other
wise, and thai, by your own act, oompel them
a resort to aiiasil nation ?' To which ha ro
"u nave peace."
I continued i "dir. shall you Insist noon
stopping bloodshed at tht South. In plain op
position io m neaincrn wm, or man yoa
generously permit a brave but unfortunate
ptopie w worsnip uta according to tbt dic
tate! of their own tonselenoeeT" No reply.
"Sir, do you comprehend that you are not
the President of a party that yoa ware not
eleoted by your own strength, but by tbe
weakness of tbe opposition That, conse
quently, the Democrats claim yoa. end Justly
and righteously expeot you to administer tho
Oovernment from a Dcaucratlo point of
view'" Riotous silence
"Sir, who Is to report the customary, neces
sary, coherent, and instructive Interviews
with the Preildent' 'Mack of TheEnqatrer,
J B S of Th TTorJ. cr myself for Tna
Oen. Orant said "Let ui have peace.'1
I rammed "Sir, do you propose to exter
minate tbe Indian luddenly with soap and
edncatlon, or doom them to the eternal an
noyance of warfare, relieved only by periodi
cal pleasantries of class beads and oerishabl
treaties?" No response
"Sir, as eaoh lection of the Pacific railroad
Is finished are yoa going to make th compa
nies iplk down their raits before you pay?
Which It to ssy, art you going to be a delib
erate tyrant?" A silence Indistinguishable
from the preceding, was the only response.
"oir, navo yoa got your cabinet an sew
What are yoa going to do with those Blxlrs'"
"Let ui have peaie'"
"Btr, do you comprehend whi It is that is
conversing with you i"
"Sir, am I to bave Naiby't past otu;e, or
"Go to the .mischief' I hav a thousand
of your kind around m every day. Questions,
questions, questions ' Ifyou tnuit ask ques
tlons, follow Fltob, anl Inquire after tbe Kri
rolling mill you'll hav steady employment.
I can't stand It, an 1 I won't stand ft I in ft
have peace "'
If a man Isn't about ipeeohltj wh never
says anything bat let us have peace, pray
what la be. And yet those bureau people
ebuse me for reporting It I will never do A
kind act again. Mark Twain.
It'aiMagfon, Dec 7,13ut.
Four of th Seymour (Indiana) axpress rob
ben hav btn hung by a mob In Indiana
Th following partloutan are given by tele
graph About three o'clock Saturday morn
Ing they went to tbe Floyd county Jail where
they were confined. They met Luther Whit
ten, one of tbe outside guards at the entrance,
and presented pistols at him, demanding
silence or death. Whlttcn shouted, however,
but was seised, knocked down, and Informed
If another shout was utttred ht should
die By this time tbe jail office waa filled
with men searching for tht ktyi Sheriff
Fullenlove, understanding tbe situation earn
down from tbe sleeping apartment, and gained
the door leading to the grounds on the west
side of the Jail. Here ne was met by an
Armed force, with pistols directed at him Ha
exol aimed "Gentlemen, don't shoot, I am tbt
sheriff" One of them, howover, fired, tbe
shot taking eflsol In the right arm and Inflict
ing a painful wound. The keys were demand
ed, but ht positively refused to surrender
About a dona or the men tnen entered r ui
tenlove't room, where bli wife lay In bed, and
demanded the jail keyt of her, which iht re
futed to give, but they found them concealed
la a drawer Thorn u Matthtwa, of tht Inside
guard, wai compelled to open tht cells of tbe
men tht mob bad determined to hang
Frank and William Rsao were tht firit vlo
tlmi. They were dragged out and hung along
alii of each other on the same pillars Simon
Reno wai then brought out, but be fought the
mob with great d of pa rat I on, knocking one or
two dawn before be was overpowered and left
suepended between tht celling and tbt flaor.
Cbarlet Anderson was tbt last vlotlm Ha
wai beard to beg for tbe privilege of praying,
but thla request was refuted, ant be wai hung
at the southwest corner of tht jail After
farther Lhreatl of kUllBK tht sheriff, tbe mob
proceeded to Uwo, carrying with them the
from tne jail (O IBO iraiu aru.u urn a.vvu
guard to prevent any alarm being given
At four o'clock tbe train, with tbe entire
nartT. oonilstlor of from seventy Are to one
hundred men, started clT
Th.v came well armed for tbe work. They
Intended to hang a man named Clark, the
murderer of General Tltll, but they concluded
not to do I), fearing to remain long
Charles Anderson and Yrauk Reno wero
surrendered by tbt Canadian authorities upon
the solemn pledge by the United States Gov
ernmant tbat they should nave a isirinai,
and if found Innocent, be returned to Canada
r. ....ti r i ha Lincoln monument, at
Sprlogneld.IIl .will be commented nest spring
Workmen ere now engaged n making the ex
cavatlon preparatory to laying the foundat ou
or the obelisk A project is in contemplation
to purchase the Lincoln homestead at Spring
field, to be tot apart ai th properly of the
Ai ciirtDiia to a statement rubltebod In tbe
Canadian papers, tbe mllltla rorce of the Do
minion on the 1st of October amounted to
30,160, Tho Ontario foree Is made up of It
troops of cavalry, 39 batteries of artillery, I
naval company, aod 311 rifle companies,
amount log In an to .v mv ma
has been set at liberty, the plaintiffs tn the
ease agilost blm having withdrawn the suits
Train has Issued writ against th Marquis
of Abecom, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, for
$100 000 damages for false imprisonment
and against the Lbbuvale Steel Company for
$lu,ufju irain ii coming naoa to .
having called on tht Amlrall-Q 7 " 4y
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