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TREPAY MOBEILICir..:=:.-..00T. 2, 1868
• Union State. Ticket.
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DANIEL AGNEW, of Deaver.
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Han it • DRATO.
•.The Provost Marshal of the 211 District
ble.received Orders to proocedimmediately
to' the work of recruiting soldiers for the
regiments now in service. The moneys re
ceived from drafted men as commutation is
to constitute a fund for the payment of
bounties to those who enlist for three years
or the war• The amounts paid ehall he as
For veteran recruits, who 111h/111 have been
is serviCo not less than nine months, and
who shall lave beta honorably discharged
far any cause except physical disability,
the bounty, in isidltion to regular pay, is
$402, payable icLregatar periodical instal-
Monts. Shedd the soldier be favorably
discharged after two years' service, the full
bounty will be paid.
To all other reornite, not veteran?, a
bounty of $302 ahall be paid, in the same
manner as above stated.
The order says; 'lf the Government obeli
not require these troops for the fall period
of three years, and they shall be mus
tered honorably .out of service before
the expiration of their term of enlistment,
they shall receive, upon being mustered
oat, the whole amount of bounty remaining
unpaid, the same as if the fall term had
been Served. The legal heirs of recruits
oho die is service, shall be entitled to receive
the whole bounty remaining unpaid at the
time of the soldier's death."
A suffioient number of recruiting agents
are to be appointed, to whom a apecified
fee shall be paid for every acceptable re
cruit furnished by him to the Board, and
rho, upon being examined, shall be enlist
ed and turned'over to the general render-
Should this call be generously responded
no farther draft will be needed ; but if
not, another resort to the conscription is
inevitable.= It is therefore as much the in
._, tercet as the duty of the people to sire all
• • encouragement in their power to this ex
perinient. ' _
The Coalition of the southern Reb.
Oh and the Northern • Trailers.
The Georgia Conelitutieraa2isi—the leading
paper of that State—in a recent article de
darer, that "thesueeesses of Southern arms
alone could give strength and consistency to
the peace movement" in the North,—and
then, still more specifically "In order fa
' ' verably to affect the Ohio electron, it is to the
last degree essential that the Confederate
armies win one or more decilitre battles
• within the next thirty days. If Johnston
and Bragg can defeat Rosecrans and Burn
side, then we may expect the most favora
ble results from the Ohio election."
This was written on the 9th of Septem.
bar. The combined rebel forces of Bragg,
Johnston, Buchan ;
. sad hongetreet fell on
Roseerans on the 19th and 20th, for the
purpose of "influencing the Northern
facetious this fall," and enabling the Cop
perhead leaders to force a disunion peace
with the rebels. Day by day, broader and
clearer-grow* the evidence that the leaders
of the Copperheads, under the cloak of
constitutional quibbles, are in damning
league with the Richmond rebels.
A BILPORTEE CAl7ollT.—it is a pity for
the reading public, perhaps, that reporters
are net really, as they are sometimes rhe tori
callyeabi to be, übiquitous. But as they are
neither üblquitono„ nor even at all times
chip-oosontt, they should not be lazy, and
assume that they can report accurately
what they haze not seen. All this is apropos
of • dispatch sent from Philadelphia, the
other night, written by some reporting
genial on the a priori principle, saying
that General McClellan, on being serenaded
at his mother's residence, "retuned thanks
for the compliment in • neat address,"
whereas the serenaders really found that
.the object of their adulation was not there
at aIL Be had bout there early in the
evening, bat when his musical friends came
to orbits?, they found themselves too late.
The : reporter • was therefore a "little pre
vious" in sending the aforesaid report.
Tue Evansville, Ind., Znowoissys: "We
lave reliable information that a considers
blei'foree of guerrillas have oroesed the
Tongues river, near Fort lielmsn, coming
North. The number has been reported as
Idgb it5..,7,000, which is probably, an exag
geration. There is no doubt, however, that
there are movements now being made by
these roving bands of thieves and murder
er.,who, hoping to take advantage of the.
exigencies of the service which call cur
available tarots in Tennessee and Ken
. 'lucky to the front, are concentrating their
forces in the hope of making a successful
- totai•into Kentucky, or even across the
Ohio river._ Already expeditions are or
wised and organising in Kentucky to
meet and baffle their machinations and in
, ilot merited punidunantr on the
Lrr rr ns Itermumuum that, while Mr.
Justice Woodward has given his intellect
to the service of those who ere enemies of
the Union, and has fashioned many argu
ments for treason and dialoyalty, he has
not sal& a-word in favor of the country.
We have a letter front him within the last
few days, but, it is Bo insincere and un
meaning that the people .regard it with
• emitempt. When the war first began he
had nothing to sey , in faiorUf the country,
- - or against rebellion: .• Indeed, he unstaine d
- the rebellion, for he told the elaveholders
- Beath - Cannella; witen . they were arming,
- - thst - they - "might lawfully fall back upon
,‘ • their natural rights," and employ war in
1 Wit defeaae.—.Phila. I' tea -
461;AVIST A DX7IIIII
7, 0 6 / 8 / TO • - •
.10-0,00 -,same principle it ins3+ be' sad
-- list - the Wieser lies, the old Diabetes him
self, is divine institution.
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kir Justice Woodward and hie Mew
oiled Letter-ail. Aieplg from Mr.
The following letter from Mr. Immix. Tours
more thoroughly exposes lies shuffling redo
'farrago to which Judge Woonwawn recently
nutted in his letter to B. B. BRAFIRT, than
weeonid do in our notice of that document,
7 -having remembered only enough. of. the
atatement.in Mr. TODD'S - cfplisob, to see the
poor orardotiltrigeigoonwean did not think
unworthy of himorhen he chose
o to read, or
mis-read, the name of Judge HALS as "Judge
Hsu.,' and then 'delay that be knew, or had
ever known, snob a man.
As to the confutation, of Judge WOOD.
WARD'S assertion of his put and present de
votion to "upholding the Union and the Con
stitution," if his own testimony, when he
spoke as a free wttneis, unsuborned by
motives snob as self-Interest and ambition
now supply, will not Wine to dispel all man
, nor of doubt from the readefe mind, we ask
konly that the evident' of his friends and rap
porters—the 11CORESIS, EMMA, Isaxasoma,
eta—ha also taken ; and the-position, WW-
I des and obligations of Judge WooDwase,
spite of all etasions and denials, become all
dear as demonstration itself.
But we must no longer detain thcereador
from Mr. Teen's letter, which is as follows:
- To vse EDITOR OS Tea Puss :—Sir' My
attention has been balled to • correspondence
between B. E . Shapley, BK., and Judge
Woodward, In which I am reported, by the
former gentleman, to have said at a public
meeting that "he (Mr. Todd) had been in
formed that a senate Judge Hall Bald in a re
' °apt conversation with him,y on (Judge Wood-
Wird)'had avowed yourself &believer in the
doctrinal of secusion, and in favor of en im
mediate recognition of the South."
My =seer to all this is, that I never made
such a statement. Judge Ball is an muob un
known to me, as he possibly can be to Judge
Woodward, and I certainly never named him,
or referred to him an an authority. If, how
ever, It affords the parties to that correspond
ence any pleasure to put up a man of straw
and then Crook h!m down, I have no objso
tion but do most empatleally protest
against being misrepresented and falsified.
At the meeting referred to, I contended that
Judge Woodward was a Secessionist, and that
I could prove it by his published declarations,
his political aseeciations, and by the reports
of his conversations with_individuals. I then
quoted from his grub of the 11th Dedember,
1860,and showed that Its sentiments never had
been changed, Indflified or repented of. I re
ferred to tee conduit and platform of the Con
vention which nominated Men, as exhibiting
bitter hostility to the Government, and evi
dent rympathy with the traitor Vallandigham,
whose proclaimed friendship for the rebels and
unmeasured denudation of the war were
widely know - n; and also to the hot that Judge
Woodward's most prominent supporters. end
the recognized leaders of the party, were Wm.
B. Bud, O. Ingersoll, Frank Hughes, and
others who had distinguithed themselves by
acts of disloyalty, and made themselves bro
mine by treasonable propositions.
I farther stated that I had been informed,
upon most respectable authority, by citizens
of my own town, that Judge Woodward, fa •
conversation with the Hon. 11. B. Wright,
had defended the constitutionality of the
doctrine of recession, and denied the power
and authority of the General Government to
coerce a State into °boa Ince to, its obliga
tions under the Constitution; that Halo
bad expressed hisuadt as being shocked at
the sentiments avowed by Judge Woodward
in a conversation on the subject ; and that
Judge Lorin, who knew him intimately,
whilst recently on a vialao Carlisle, had char
, aderized Judge Woodward se a disciple of the
extreme Calhoun acheof of politics, and by
far a more dangerous man than Vallandigham
From these data I argued that Judge
Woodward wee a Seceesionist, and unworthy
the support of loyal men, and that his eters-
Von to °Moe at this perilous adds in our af
fairs-would be moss disastrous.
The public will judge whether a denial ex
totted at this late hour, under the pressure of
Impending — defeat, and with the hope of ward
ing off the just Indignation of the loyal peo
ple of the Sat will avail to counteract the
just and legit Ito offset et opinions and
principles heretofore published, and which
Judge Woodward does not, even new, disa
vow, and of aseoelations with men who are
notoriously disloyal, and particularly in ac
tive co operation with the enemies of the
I am, sir, very respectfolly L , yours,
Carlisle, Ps., Sept. 28, 1863
The Campaign in Maryland
A campaign of no ordinary interest is
on the point of opening in Maryland. The
Unconditional Union menet the State who,
are in favor of e;eedy emancipation for
Maryland, and of giving a cordial sup.
port to the present Administration, have
perfected their organization, and will
have at the coming election a fair
trial of their strength. They are op.
nosed to dodging a longer an open contest
upon these two issues, and will ran for
both the State and Congressional elections,
a ticket of their own. Each of the fire
candidates of the party for Congress is
pledged to vote for the candidates of the
National Union party for Speaker, and to
give his support to the Administration of
President Lincoln, including, - of course,
his emancipation polioy. Two of the can
dates, Thomas and Webster, were in -the
last Congress, where they were wavering as
to the important question, sometimes voting
with and sometimes against the Union
party. They have 'pledged themselves to
be more consistent hereafter. Henry Win
ter Davis, who has been nominated instead
of the mceseiettist May, is the moat out
spoken advocate of the emancipation -pol
icy of the government. In the Second dis
trio', Mr. Calvert, who was not considered
sound on the two questions, has not been
renominated, but has been replaced on the
ticket by CoL Holland, who sides with the
Unconditional Unionists. In another dis
trict, Mr. Crisfield, the late member, had
again received the nomination; but falling
to give those pledges, which the Uncondi
tional Unionists demanded, a convention
of the latter nominated in opposition to
him Mr. Joneii.<
A.:stralght - out Emancipation end Admin
istration thiket killing been thus agreed
upon, the State Central Committee of the
party have Made] t e necessary prepara
tions for bringing out the fall vote of the
party. At a meeting of the committee
held in Baltimori on the 231 of Septem
ber, which was Winded by four of the
Congressional candidates, a vigorous plan
of the campaign was agreed upon. A
series_of meetings has been pranged, cow
ering the whole State. Two Or more of the
Congressional nominees will be present at
each of the meetings, and In addition, the
committee expects to receive the assistance
of distinguished gentlemen from other
States. Among those who hen already
given assurance that they will take pert in
the campaign, are. Gov. Curtin and the
Hon. Wm. D. Kelly, of Pennsylvania; the
Hon. N. B. Smitbere and Edward J. Brad
ford, Esq., of Delaware, the Hon. Rosen
Consling, of New York, and the Bon.
Samuel Oalloway,of Ohio.
Tim Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows assem
bled at Baltimore 'last week. The Grand
Secretary reported a tabular statement of
the statistics of the Order as far as could be
ascertained. There are no reports from the
Grand Lodges df Virginia;Nerth Carolina,
Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Misdeal ppi,
Texan, Louisiana, • Aikansaa, Tennessee,
New Mexico and the British North Ameri
can Premineres. The reports from the other
States and Territories show that they con
tain 2,759 imbordinsta loans, with 182,-
179 members. Ihning the year ending on
the 80th of June last i the aggregate amount
expended for the relief of brothers was
$288,165 46, and for the relief mf widowed
families $50,94368; and for the education
of mrphans, , $8,338 06, The report also
states that in the same States and Territa
ries there. are '6lB enboidinit& encamp
ments', with 17,687 members. Belief was
afforded td the amount of $82,817., 80 to pi
frisrebs,` and 52,537 16 - for. the relief ed,
widoweetfamilitg $62 90 were ex-,
pended for the education of orphans.
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lliniAlrestes L. Saturation on !'ease,
Ft01:0 earns remarks of the Hon. Oitasrirs,
A. Bnownitos, addressed to the Union
League of Philadelphia, on Monday oven- I
Ing, we make the following extracts. Dri
Blowasor seems to speak with all the vig-i
or and effectiveness which charm:MAO
him as a writer. "On being introduced to
the meeting, he said:
I ant net here as a party man. I onl
know my wintry and her enemies. It
was one of Bolon's laws that every citizen
who did not defend his country in time of
I war was to be treated as a traitor. I look'
lon every man who talks of peace or cam
promise now sea traitor. Of a peace par
ty in time of war Than heard in my youth.
Patriots condemned them, and they have'
1 gone where nobody can And them. The
peace party of to-day will fare worse than
the peace party of 1812. This is the only
question: Is the Government to stead or
tall, to live or die? We are not fighting
withnen with whom we can compromise.
There is no medium. Either the Govern
ment must crush the rebellion or the re
bellion crush the Government. Flunkey
ism is of no avail We meat either put
down or be put down.
I regard as rebels and traitors all who
sympathize with the rebels. The Dank
oratio party, as a party, Is certainly dis
loyal. Every Copperhead is a Democrat,
though every Democrat may not be a Cop
perhead. The man who supports a party
that is hostile to the Government, though in
dividually 'well disposed, is but aiding and
The rebellion was of Democratic pater
nity and fostering, and cencerted with the
governments of France and England, and
in expectation of aid from the North. The
alliance of Eegland and France wee made
to control the globe, and Lord Palmerston
said some time ago that, having settled the
eastern hemisphere to suit themselves,
they would attend tq the western. Those
governments desire to divide us. The peo
ple of France and England are opposed to
slavery, but the governments are not. For
were it removed we 'should be united, and
the moot powerful nation of modern times.
They are now waiting to see the two sec
tions, like the Kilkenny cats, devour each
The war is not a calamity. Nations have
gone out and expired in absolute donkey
ism. I hope the war will not cease' till it
has made all the North men. It has been
our supineness that has allowed the Booth
for thirty years to gamble on our love of
' the Union. For thirty years I have voted
under threats. In 1860, I voted to please
I myself, and I voted for Abraham Lincoln.
I have net agreed with him in everything..
I wish he had been more energetic. In
stead of arresting a few, I wish he had ar
rested more. And instead of arresting
I them, I wish hi had hung them. Then
there wouldn't be a copperhead to show his
Men can't be neutral in these times.
dow can a good eon be neutral when he
.seea a man with a dagger at his mother's
heart. Country is more than mother. If
this is preserved, other generations may
grow and expand in glory. The neutral is
not only a traitor, he is a coward. I have
no sympathy with a party that seeks to
come into power through.peacs. Give the
rebels peace and you give them independ
ence. The copperheads are deceived.
Some of their leaders expect but a tempo
rary secession- The BOuth has no such an
idea. They have used the Northern Dem
ocrats; how they intend in future to treat
them, can be seen by the Richmond papers.
They will keep between them and the
wind—and then hold their noses. .This
Union once dissolved can never be restored.
We must elect ;such men to office as will
posh the war, and...maintain the Govern
ment. If we could raise three hundred
thousand men between now and December
we shouldn't have another battle. When
well flogged, they will love'us better. than
they did before. Let us show ourselves
their military superiors, and they will no
longer trouble us.
From Vicksburg-41°w Affairs Look
A. letter from Vicksburg, in the Ciuoin
nett Gazette Mug the following:
We see persons from the Confederacy 3
daily. They all agree that it is on its last
legs. In the thing of railway machinery
they are sadly deficient. Oil is out of the
question, and the lubricator is turpentine
and varnish—it. soon' gums up, and ren
ders machinery melees.
Engineers from the South speak of the
disorder of things generally. All men are
taken from trains, except engineers and
conductors, and put in the army. None
are exempt who can bear arms, except those
absolutely needed in the transportation of
materials of war.
There is greet dissatisfaction among those
who have been heretofore exempt from mil-
Wiry duty, most unwilling conscripts they
are, and bitterly do they denounce the
war, now that they have to share its priva
tions and dangers. It was a holy war
while they could remain at home and urge
others to fight—now It is different.
The fact is, they wholly misunderstand
the North; thought themselves the expo- '
nents of valor and chivalry; could hang a
poor, defenseless school teacher, who was
imprudent enough to express hit: horror at
the ides of selling one's own children, and
whipping women with stow hide,or, fatten
ing upon the labor of ignorance and despair.
Because the poor wretch made no defense
against numbers, the whole nation were
called cowards—but nobly have they vindi
cated theintell_es-, , and avenged the past.
The same people will soon be suppliants
for mercy from tkransef.
The indulgent uncliwill, perhaps, cut his
children off with a shilling and bid them
in the hereafter, as he was bidden in the
garden upon the links of the Euphrates in
In milli time, "By the sweat of thy
The Contest in Iowa:
In lowa they acknowledge the hopeleis•
nese of their cause and the certainty of the
election of the Republican ticket' by from
ten to twenty thcroland majority. They
tried the dodge of nominating nmilitary
man for Governor, in the hope' of securing
the army vote. The Union party was too
strong for them, and beat them at their
own game. A B.epublican Colonel received
the nomination, and thus the race goes on;
an eagle orrthe one side and a Mar on the
other. Had the election taken place im
mediately after the nomination, there is
little doubt that the Copperhetois would
have succeeded. All depends equally the
army, the home vote being nearly equally
Tuttle, has an excellent military
tion, and the eoldiers would have voted
for him in a 'body before the !subject had
been discussed. Now that they have been
enlightened, they will repudiate him en.'
and vote 'tamest - unanimously for
Co Stone. Den. Tuttle irons thing, and
the platform on which he stands Is another'.
As man and eoldier he would.get almost
the entire army vote; as a candidate of the
Peace Democracy the army will go almost
nnanicamly against him.
The Rent Platform of the Demo•
F. J. 011UND, in his speech in Philadel
phia on Monday night, made the following
important observations :
I know that these platforms are con
structed by politicians, not by gatemen,
with a view to entrap unwary Tigers, and
not as rules of notion binding on the can
didates after their eleation. I kndir thit
the bulk of the democratic) Party, in spite
of the Professions of its cunning leaders,
stands on the peace platform, and that, if
it were toancceed, the rebels woul4 take a
fresh start, and the Goverameata of'France
and. England, rata areflow,:by the
of the. NOWD, deterred fromlntervening
in our national ittaziel,;would siohagny
heeitate:ta sot, 111Stirlire
wishes, if not of the active coaepuration'of
a powerful party in the free States.
ti.iirraztalreiTer ant:Lmint `ras%
MANCIETSIEB, au 3311111 DAT 1311331 N 2, Oct
31 MMus:9lOllW dollw.dV_T. J. plait 11l
sad 11 n. MACSBDtL Too ca:t4
A•131110N RESTING will be held
to tbiati OharrlCat MITA CactlEr4oa
vainAr XVX:811411. Oct:711. 001. 7. V. CLAIM
•ILL adds.., the =Wins 00 ad
Uate lIMON MEWLING will be held
at ?LAB', Ohio strati. enetbua7 Citi ,
102151.513, Cat: vf, se % o'clock. Ad
drama will be delln.ral by H. O.III.MIKESLL and
Whom. • ocl.
gra! UNION kLENTING will to held
II 111111:11W8, Wogs' Sup, in tacClure
teweship, on B &TUBDAI 11711000 3 , Oe. a. .0. 7
airlock. Addresses TI be dalharml by B. 0.
1:1071.1)3,Zaq , sod Elm JAB. L. Galant!.
Wit UNION 11IFATLNG will be held
awry W. Bolds, In bIirDOZYLLLII. Up.
'per Et. tom slatp, On 12.1 DAY ILVESIEO,
Oct bd. it 6if elcali. Addresses will in delivered bp
THOMAS M. ILLSEIHALL. . 1 . W.l. Wan g " a
IL O. lltraiLAw IA qt. . ode , d
10.1CIGHTH WAM).—kliftiton Meet
ing • m De held at the carrier of Stevenson
street and Pennsylvania avenue, FillDra" IVES-
Oct. ad, at 7% o'clock. Aldreases will Lo de.
um* by Hon. A J. BIGIHAN, TEM K. MSS.
8132.L14 81. A. WOODWAIt D, B. ).LUCAS, and
10•1 e. UNION IdAIVIING affil be held
LaMar LLIEID,It.TY, Oahu talraablp, on
6A.TDDRAII EY NIHB. Octcbar 34 et? o'clock,
/adrenal wM"la, &limed t 7 001. M.
HAMM, TED} HOWARD, Zsq., sad WK. C.
HOBIEL4.III I , Eq, sala:ld
AL UNION MANNING will be held
at mccosinmes' ecinOL Reuss, to
went Dux toinablp, on 181 DAY, Ocioler 2d, It
134, o'clock p. m. Addranies salt be thlhot , dby the
Hon. JAS. L. QUA.HAPI, and We. M. BARB,
1C -, A UNION hiIiETING will be held
""'" ih. d 'nee of B Sidi . AiL M P
Seth on the Sitlannirg rood, Indiana township, on
TUIDAT, Ocatto.r Bib. at 6 0'.1..c a p.m . & dirtiest.
will bo deltotred by Etna TII R. H. ItE.6.II.SHALL,
0.1 J. B. MASH, Em. T. J. 110116.1 d, and 13. 0.
116011otseLL, Teo. CHUsus are lnoltad to .rand.
OnA UNION hISIITIIqI will be held
In tba C KOLEZ 1317 t 071 7". 2, 1
va BLTOIIDAY, Octubar 34, at 7 p m. L
Ohm Okub and Dram Earbi .111 be in ►tt:adance.
Adlrtama trtil be de Mated by floe. J. H. azoort-
HE Uri, TROL. bl. it at HULL., Eaq., at d J. 1.1)L 6
wuritosT am 4. Eta t.20..4
IE - .4klclUki ligliTING will bo bell
ee J MIN O. RISK OiL WORKP.
Dear McKeesport, on If BIDAY MEI G, Water
Mu id, at 63/ o'c'eck. Addrar • will be denter•
*4 by THOS. M. IndllSllettla net., Boa. JAB. la
On %HAM, and B. Y. I'ON n0819110115T, req.
UNION IiffiRTING will bo held
at MAUI CHUIIO7I, on THU StSDAirs
Oat Bth, ht 10 o'reols a m. An I qal silliesti who
are In tote of a sly:irons presuntlon of the was and
the snypraslon of the subteen, en earnestly re
quested to attend. pm nuetleg will tse addreewd
by Vf H. 0. 01013111CAND. Eset , Co'. J. B. MSS'S,
and others eets:td
IWObION 001161IrrEN ON MEET
ING 3 AND SIDIRIES
Balmy L. Waaran, H.O nicaans.,
Jams BROWN. J. O. DACZOII2I.
. bruotta. is.
The ocuocuttes me• t IV LUX DAY, at 9 o'dock
p. m., In WILKIE'S 114[4., when arrasstemasta
be Tann for awnings mad apeakaa. Pastan 037
meastars onk Ee prosoind at lto ball. get
MASS MEETING •
Wednesday, October 7, 1868,
AT 1 OTLOO4. r. at
liniment vestal will be present.
cillsean ct Lt gherty am! lb. atIJ Atittig coat
tin moo cordially looltod to Us prom/.
gW•IiE;ITUCKY EPEAK%3 I
There .I I le a rablto nettlac al the
UNION CLUB BOONA, IN WILKINS Hit
T dlB (17.141) ITEdISCI, Y T o'cloct
Whoa th 3 Loyol pnbllo w 11 two on rpponnnity o
Ron. GREEN ADAJR9, of Kentapky
Prof. HEGERIA,N, of Now York
C.mi an! hes? these et' vient ch.copl.us of Fait
9. , 1'E1E LOYAL PF,Ong
Lie n•gentl3 revr.ted
TURN OUT IN THEIR STRENGTH
Awl &Wood tho
GREAT 11:1,NION RALLY,
'AT UNIONTOWN, PA
AroJrDAr, October sth, 1863
o lIICRIBBION THAIS wdl Ie re the Cannon..
lee Dopot. ROlll street,at 8 *Wool a. m remain
tho same riming.
A BBABI BAUD vlll secomplay the doloiptlou.
Lot all Ms men orb° orlth to glow their d,,,0,50a.
don Mho dollop of the maul tzestouable Copfer
hoed at Untoatosa,
~ RALLY AROUND TILE rLea,,,
Ahd Will out to the taints
XCURTION TICKETS c& be het at the MnVl
Headqoarten, Wilktos HA on appllMtion to "ne
ttles Committee. oaat_
Will give a
GRAND SCHOOL MATINEE,
Og IiktIIBDAT ASTSBYGUN.
Doan bscr.at 2:10 ;comma= a' 8 o'clottr-nu
whl , b emitted ULlldne will le admitted for If M.
&IS °Rea& odk2t.
• • " Cornrow twang/in .Ctee Cootrear,
0.131.1t0T10N.--The Etookholdere of
eofbe 'Pittsburgh Chu Company" are ha•br
salted tbatan eleot.on for three Trustees, to tarn
ear the atm Dr throw Into, and of ono' ite. to
serve for ttno term Of tiro rent. gal be d et fh•
Celts If U. ambler. In the 'Oar if Phistrareb,
on - the YOST tauspior els 7) OP OCTO 9 S 4
between the ixOwa el 9 end 6 o'clock p.
oliOwdm Jdere9iL CattleTV. Insulter. •
EL-/COTICIi FOREBY kiten to the
•• - "w" enbeeibres to eh/betook of 'orbs Oda Yelkree'
Teed Astociatlon,:ol Toripsnacoltio." that sae am
leo ment of ton pre coot. Us bank levied opoa -Os
eirok ratiteloble to ate 'Peewee. at UM.
Wrizarvilla, at orpefout tbit Mu DA Ir Or OOTU.
DIL NO. sae e imotrot amp thirty &le
shoteraorcestil theetook. la oil up.
... Bycedar cd.thattoard.
ilittlltsodalweihy • •
8A138,-19 dozen Twilled, Fagutint s for
nu es flintily 11; Fagg
OE 6015 T.-100 bbls. fresh; of Ilia cell
'Anatol New Tett Water Lima.'
oeS • • anigay. n..motrair*
QALTLtho,make . of fotir,palf4 for solo
pa at US Wad, ono, by
- •- - - P.rtigoeit
'-troviscrziotffe - ie. . Iwo% 6, 4 .
Iv GU kind at Nos. Ss sad a Bt. Car amt.
J. & R. PAILLIP&
•Ng OF PITTSBIIEGIL
PrilliantOlN Ott 1, 181111;
Lam., 111114. Diecounts and Get
t.ficatro of 1udebt01n.a.—.—....81. 4 2 4 Itt
United .tatte• lionda,Ca and T3oo. 6511.= 00
Bad 'Galata and Ground 68,412 41
Stocks sad 211m1anist—:----- 9,691,96
Due by ether 6,290 Tt
Balk Notes, Cheeks &Trees Notes. Ili DM 00
• Luansrus. -
Capital 6tock..----- 151 ./ 43,500 CO
Pronto and Earnings.-- 615 C• 33
Unpaid Dividends and Scupcsuse Set 15.160 Ti
Due to other 1. 047 cO
Circulation------ at 026 00 o
/.7 15 . 51 5 81
The above statement is correct to the best of ay
knowledge tellef JOHN HADPED, Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed this Many of Oct , IBS.
13. SMITH, Notary Public.
EXCHANGE BANK OF PITTSB'GH.
Prnmsan. lBo3 -
'll5 485 91,
bold sod &leer 311, •
United 3fates Legal Tender Notes— 49966 D. (0
United States Boads, 7 3.10 per cts.. /00,000 00.
U.S. Bonds, 6 per 200,000
U. S. Certificated; 6 par cent e 49,030 00
Pannsylsanla Bonds. 27.6,11* 00
Check% and Notes of other Banks— 99161 03
Due by other 197 999 30
Capital Stock.--..---- ..... ..-.. 93P,000 00
Circulation 1,780,433 00
DepotDa ... t 27 782 03
Duo to other Baas -- 60 643 te
Contingent Toad and Kan:dogs— 207 640 48
e 3,614.484, 17
The above statement Is correct to the beet of tery
knowledge and belief. H. IL E1U8.11.2.Y. Cashier.
Armed before o.
me, this Ist day of Oct., 1812.
H. ISHILEL. Notary Public.
ERCBANTS' AND TAANUFAC
/ILL TIITCZES' DA X
prmaultiti. Oat. 1. 1863.
Capital Stock_... .-._...8 600.000 03
DueDepoatton. L 19,909 311
Due other Batiks men us
Lawns and Dlseounta
Notes a Checks of other Beaks
Due by other flanks
tenstmen wealth of Pool. lan —.
U. S. Covernmera Loan end Ti....
The above statement Ls correct sad true to the best
of my knowledge and belleL
JOBS SOOTY. Jr., rsetder.
Sworn sad ratentibed belbse me thls La day of
11TECHANIC3' BANK OF ITN&
.13. L BVICOIL
llnglman,lCet. 1,180 s
Duo to *that
Duo to Dal
D. ft. Loans and Discountsa---9 1 .‘ 80 CO
Dao by other Hanks 4O r 09
Treasury llatesandliatesand Meets
Cu atter la'.
Depleted la D. IL 440,00
The above statement b °arrest, to the best of my
Imootedge and belief.
OW. N. NOME W, (Sables.
Sworn Wars me, thls Ist day INN.
THANK W. SENDEOY. Notary Petah
Proinones, Oct 1,1869.
Low and 5630,8t8C0 41
Notes and Checks of ether Burke_.. 142,711 67
laSed Tender Notaa--- 46,009 00
U. 8. 7 3-10 80nda.....*-- 61.040 00
U. B. 6 percent. Bundy 2'0.000 00
IL 8.1 pear fettLtkates, (6 per ant. =POO 00
Ma Oren Banks and Bankers. —...... 26,6C6 21
Capital Stock—_—_--- 603,000 00
L._ Das to Banks and Beuskore---. 1 1415 0
The ebove statabeat b correct to the best of by
juowledge and belief.
P. litlidittNal , /LaistantMem
Affirmed before me this
DAVIS, let deb of
N. Octc , 18g.
R. Z. Pottle.
TBON CITY BANK.
Prnissoos, OctobsT I. WM
- - • • 400,0D3 00
LOS 490 01
IT B. sad Pa. Donde it Cettleattan—
Deposited to D. & Bub-Trassmy—. 335,600 CO
Due by other Deese 1E3.677 S 3
Dotes aud Clucks of other Baas and
United &aka Treasury Notes-- 775 211 09
Doe to other
Due to Dcpmitats.--. 779.269
The above statammot la correct according to thi
test of my Smowledge and belief.
J. RAGOITLN, Cashier.
Alarmed onto before me Oda day.
8. MTH, Si
A LLEGHENY BANK.
" Li " - - Prretinizast, t , 1861.
1.1 M. 00
Oapital Stork --.• **-,---
Loan. and Discount* 099,535 66
Dna by other Banks...* tuster t 7
Notes and Chocked other Batiks-- 101.414 2
Bpscia MAO SS
Insular, Dona and U. 8. tkancillas 60.249 00
Dm to other Ila”se
Due toDepwltorn.....*-- 5157,163
The above statement Is correct according to the
test of my knowledge and be
J. . COOK, Oselder.
Sworn onto bates nu Oda day.
a 81R1111. Notary Path°
3 I AKA/ t A t , I
TWO 08 TRIM GOOD DOOM
lo • mutt& partod city. WWI& lot • Anita.
d4reee 11 , X 4 Peres latter. Pa. Al
D EMOVAL —We have thie day taken
Lai PCW 400 of the Once lately coooptoby Meer
a Wert, 59 U e bp liTar t ilit at which place we will
to glad to am du
LYDAT /11 OHOBPIISIBIIIO.
FOUND—On the 23d inst, on a street
In Pittsburgh, I e>r►LL PIMA =Ulan
• km dollars tit mum. which ths yaw casi hays
by descrlblng to• ptoptirty and plying ktr Ws d•
Tertfeemsat. ApW to DAVID Mt/OMM LL. Now
Al•xszidtta. Watsonlaad Oa.. Pa. sasll2t
REMOVAL. We have this day taken
the Wereb.ris lately occupied by Mew&
linicbtioa 44 Co.. O. 9$ WATER and 132 TROST
ti2ENZTO, and elm roathm• the Oononlasion
awn and rendre Brined Oil on Ocrags, tar Width
hate capacity for 3,600 barrels. Bats of Oman
moderate. 111D118 • Olaf R&
October lat. ISM oelilw
NITBD STA.THIS ABMY BEGULA
MEM Now and mega,/ edition. Prtoo /LK
Botbohrver Monza/ for Insoluffeng an/ Sart.
taa doldlars. Z.TrkssLlso.
Ooppoo's field Monad of Coostobiartbd. TB cis.
'I he Clowyloto Cowpony Clerk. Mal IR.
Tor sali by RAT 411 CO., 8/1 wood street.
SUGAR 3-25 hhda N. 0. Sups
36 do Cabsdo;
20 Oro.' do do
10 tbla Llogarbonsa do;
. 30 do Ornabod do;
10 do - Pi& 41 Gran. do;
83 40 •a B Ootrao do;
Jost noshing and for tar by
oy N. GOMM% 471 Lawry ;divot
Pa —2B I bbls. No. 3 bag eMsokerel;
20 do dos do do; •
27 do do 1 do del
96 do do I do do;
VI do do 2 do do;
26 ts do I do do;
1,090 N. vow Cod VIA;
In atm muddy Ws by
009 W. M. GORMLY. WI. Litortv *frost
06111 IN 6PPLII3-20 bbls. tdeksd /May
03166811—1C0 maid. Western Swam
IlitOON-41 OW Lb. ribtod ribs;
DIITTSB-3,C00 OIL pocked Salim
1113—Flons. Boson tlarco, Totowa. limps, Nobs
so. Toss, Brooms; Baps, Casa% Wm, EU;
trona Batt, to soda, Washbowls, BOLUS% 'lO 4 Itor
ado at No. IBS Liberty almost. by
P. IMO* a nn.
Luria, STOVE ,POLISII.
Nottexp •ht ti OibMtirr Otto en , PoWh
I. It le attests raised.
L /this so until stainer.
8. It produces no did or dust.
IL It stands the not Intense hest
a. It pestarree ttost rut.
a. It n the mat act:masted Palish.
I. It it net oie.barth the mbar. •
for sale by ' 812102 JOB.IIBTOII
.mow Vautl and eatthildd stmts.
" W. DASD, MnaoluinkTenon,
99 131111THILIMD 61%1112.
wtn dos* Catrosta b pod UNION GMT TOW
$2O Os 6811121411, ALL WOOL. $25, ELAM
owls en ft. vs..
ears snit of cloth tastia In twelvs holm, al t
G W. DAM%
We. 94 Oultbliskt amok,
STlttirit-t2O bblt Lovering', Eiyealc
IS M.s. do
LW" Ito Plot glidl doy
Jot tood:vid r aisd for idols, •
- col.- • - W. ludositur, irriLltilitv Wait.
trSS JAI/Pa .WONDEB, ,
' Nati hci. Madam. Ran 6)‘z1124
E 49486.1.2 OnligN"r;
.7;:/aCITAILlitt,a% LIIIMITT mum_
With Os tack trontousr, si yrotact ourykat by
Tor ts tot aptly to
Iflrstry H. nal Itga 111T31T-
FALL AND WINTER OPENING.
Run O. 850011 copen. ea &MOW/IT. Oct.
3 4 • httldsnit ths4tan
wryly of ,
Bosom.. Be_ D
Abe, CLOMP. coca, ofionfaus I
of the myna and wit dietatspitterm, =Ont.
ly cn band. ooLSI,
BISEOLOTION.-4 4 i.itioe i 1 hereby
even tbattbaputosrtbip basly grading b..
Mau iloGintßB a !MOBIL Cana llescbatos, of
Patattusa t wader th• lira of 11c6r1two a sro
vs. Contra] Br mutual CCU tat oi nut littattity, of
Aptll, MS. WILLI tX BTOtI intim pmeciaini
the est re fatalist of llitaaStra. tbi balll6oll Win
beroutly Mcontacted ~ If "WAX 11 , 01111.
AotyletWittsecosstebavolltak lido to tad I:ca
tcall, borsch forotia Cool, Sot Clod. to n tt
Ws Woos. uidy, Batatty't Bantus', corost 0.1
Maks' arid.Warr One*. loom Ns.% shad atm.
hustoboot Ogee at sow. ;Mira. nale
lI KM BALE AT A BARGAIN —One
M mond-hand fillthat XISOI2III, 16 b. Windy,
A% riot min, poppet cut 0ff,12 fool Or •neel on
master dam au toots_ steam with two ES
In. double ta r t (atm) strito - boltem ti feet Lag,
steam drum wroughAtron mud pip, bra...Mtn' out
the trout, di In good eloAlog co dir out., at 60
we,. power. Also, one mall Steam Nadas, E fn.
cottager. with 0j•oxoli. An. to tele candid n that
as been &Ivan h the otter.
Our radicalize rder so 11 TS. I 008 A 00.
of Wheeling. OClektfUti CO
COLORED RECRUITS WANTED,
AT NO. 63 WOOD STIMILT,
Tor tbo B MOUTH 11101112157 1. B. OOLOSID
TBOBE'S. .bath to boor forolog at. Clomp WLlllato
Nutt. nom PMlshath . b, Pa. - ?.y. Clotbius and
I:tattoos the obso so totals soldleto.
TrlOrPCliatiDll • Ll tothoottobott uteri spplfootlon
to the futdelegeted, to KW.' of orb of my bomber.
M OTICE.—We have this day
t•i witty u• the riew. Dastaist, STEPHEN
WOODS =VAS. J. DHOWS.
T. J. HALL.
03 605 03
MO C 0
Itttsberst, Oct. 1tt,1183.
JOHN HALL & CO.,
VLLLIT FORGE PLOW WOR-116,
tdanulketareia and dealeribla all the dttletant lila. l
or , L o Wii. SLOW CASTINGS. 10:- CPS, CUT
TING NOUS, &a With greatly Inorree
ties for dant Whams* serseetly &allay to
It,. as • cia. • Manufetary. Teceperaacet:lla
Wartime% CEila elleyand Liberty
.3 I GRAPE yam:4.
51,`91,11:5 ti 3
re 2 6m
And all the ether !biding kindi, firalcupsaud ear
whgroja the cammtry
Putts wieldag to Waage, mod ith 6 canna deft
oar greurds to nimble oar views sod eteeVErd;
(shore &LL the &bow arid may othei dada au7 be
stem In halt.) would do welt to mezd for mir aew
ryas us; which will be tent to all, spelowite free
N EW BOAT STORE.
t.O. NA111......../. *. DATIDIIO34.-...1.... DLITDOCIS.
HARRY, DAVIDSON & CO, -
MANHOOD; • HOW LOST I HOW
.17.1 DOM= 1-41 wt pablidod.m a wart ea
veleta. Maas Oents._.l.:Lentate ott the Notate.
Treatment end Ethical Oars or Spannatorthow. Pt
Netniail lavoistatary onslttirms. butOtt
Debility. and Impedlintmta to darttaite IttininV7
Nerretwows. Onotuotelon,N=l Mt* Nen..
Sal seta Neynlnd teits. WS,
Abu" do. by Bowl. J. Otitztviti. .10.• IND=
of the One Book /to. ...it Ikon to ittozwatdo cd
entraets,'• mat tie ter rd. fa - a Oslo eneeloto, to
any agree post.pgd, on receipt at Fr: cents oe two
ebtinoe, try_ • DB. Oa. J. 0. SLUM
"ta Sl Bowery. New Took. Pod Otto" Box Wt.
NM% MVP A 211) YOUTWB
BOOTS, SHOES AND BALTIOBALIk
co and pm the goals.
remq/ Thleint Mltab/ishinent_,
39 onto BL I ALLEGUUT au
WWI lax& Mama to two weal'. aortal
SCHAUB & M'DOBALDB
DABS AND DOOZ TACTPIT.
VIDEBSO4I MUT. u Ow Thad arts! Thu"
lemul VOtRMUO V oz E n S ITTMA3 Sarm
order sad oxistauth cr , b a a seso:lT
Jon i% aKOWDEIN,
No. IR DIAMOND grtZtr. Momwog ,
bgeoortedpoodo or Dolga IMAM= ma al'
Medea tabor,. gbo, Nob, licregagoe, Articles of
ggroonaat, Lowe and Legal Paws ol =ld
110901.11.62113 I B.E.
Maim& om &ala itbdi b 11$1171 JarafillXia 118. bale
now at *to* of go , Odsorhissh
•111. NU TWIT law gus OBS.
.17aaatty.• Nactasats *odd von tOall b.lbse
pacoJadij~ LdrErY wootpCll7 atteds4 . to. ; WM •
OTETFEK, ( O7B2I3I3I' ;
• ' tett place town num is's'
A. tba lamed it test 11111121inint a
0811/111, - ; ,•
lithe dieji sa 101, ma R .
Wale lover, than anotta - adi dmYar qullty ass osnal.l
ly tat -Dolao L thstaintal ow slam Oaf
nit ona laths of Albinos tem, aan't Nal say,
... 4.4.1u1a,1X 71 Fourth stmt.
ONIC DOUBLE DESK Poluitilak
T/U . S ali Z tuens tlP,
az iaysteriona Clad na wsuuniw --
4163 /004..C•ctr •
nom wow" -;*
At Mst Bali .s t,
WIN by %Mane sat Prot , ilisdacou
JOBII.PH HO/Ma CO.,
Lamm tat atm= of
To 111= ' i 6.l!finier:Kal os
OlWwow, , •
'Cot. 51108. 8.131110We1%
Oar stork or
UNION . V 111.41311,
TALIL'JB or BEMIS?.
And dealers in
Of avers dacdpean.
Ho. SS PUBLIC ratnnsa,
55 717TH STIEET,
Ho; • hip &madmen& of
LINEN HAIIDIEERCHUIF B I
fiLliPPla Pa lT
N0T.038 AHD TASOT GOODS;
irktio`t they olltr on the mut Womble tams.
No. TT LIND T 9 119A3EXT 81BIMT
INFOrdera nairettelly tolkit.,
STE&L C0LL2.103 I
EATON, ?MACHU'S & CO.,
Nos. 17 ASD 19 7111TH 5T1171?. E9M202411.
Solo Aguas for
Atkinson's Steel Collars and Cuirsi
&mulled Whit., boring tba apposainoo and tOgr•
fort of Mom. 10 WU/a* 1= and undies th.
IZTAIL Hi= Of GAUL COLL= Oaf Mill
Gant'. Eltandlogs l 00 Garb.
Tozoovor 1 f 0
LOW Narrow Uollars—.
at by past ea rsoslpt ~f at 1.5
toel l odors rsseasmeDsa or s 6 cants; or ws
am:hinge a 19119/ WILLIS for in OLD ODE. pro
sidtver It U not broke sr boat torah ants.
Ths Dads tappltsd at tas Hey Tort spars prick
For priori list address
ISATOD,III OBI7 ff
A N A LYISIfs.—
—lll.OO. St LOUIS'S°.
Pzz z. how
Efisd_un waclttod nto AIMS be th e waloCet Oa
8111Pbm 01/a. Lobed war et. Loa% /104 s.
mite Ow abaft of Glom wa need Iteabotaws
to the eadide even Om. a swotted bk=.
A. A. nmiye , , to BONICOO. sad J. G. -Booth. of
Ob. na vlth the tot amnia Men*
ease by wilinbu bor
wo In Pntobaub Oboe
cadet. Loan detenotzee ti to bo tie tout ad
mot valuable Clay now know% whdborMilp
Amertcon: Pots nob train It boat- stood to al
Woo Yuma nom 634 to =atm •
the Mara b of the My se tam boa tie
an% *Ulna any vaunt or modal= •IW Mr. possme peat edhethwaro ar s =
onan" al& we not dawn by nu
ot the adattore as bap volution
I am now to On orbso fcw Ow awn
ow, to be bocalt. Inas ar danced tow&
ID. is MORD mum,
owuna zirm An EABW arum&
(id end ad Ito** over Bkhardson'a Jewelry atom)
PHOTOGRAPH% at may dm and Ay% phis a
carp% team %Re maks/ thole de Vidis to Odßod
Ihr.rtritYLS.Seh would pertlehlettreen the 11.
tattoo Of the MOO axe renza talk/Ys/sow&
Ellin at thu anabltdaamat; beim riathad by
es Agst 11101 at Mtn.
Mr Ps= coacianocul a mess.
gm Deft aad irarkig Vassw, &Pa&
sal aid Staab= 4.ltemi.
no combine all the ettollawst of the Yoloiltoa
and Harmonium, with faisoiroatiobi one both.
AUTOMATIC! BiLLOWS OW7ELT,
DOUBLE BELLOW, mad
Just do todrszond. tDt Pasta, HuU, Chard tir
idiot; Is vulva% odt or nawood faith esoabgt
_ln pd.* tram fla to WO.
Dtscrldits caldippits forddi
Mr Warman' to Pttist, et
- OWL& O. IIiZEWS. MOWN, dad.
pußuo 13A.LE.-19B140,:ex t for
4... stahozi ea Ohs DV! 07 OM at
g owt. twin as lIIALLACIWS Q Alno)
,10 oast, mere cm Iwo. 16 Elks leis
ntabagykon OM fo. V. B. 8., 111 Met toonnkkpo
Alkikosy county. bootee • bone of 41 podia filo
lb* rim. a nom, housed state,* aaMr 1
chrdoo mma boireog iuuidrid sp wam ple trece,:bkb uir omor atew sk•keff 1 . t
• Mio 4=W, of rock for :grindstone of eU *dial
=sod • yisUarm ea t a
bs Whoa reedy lE.
This 100 *wet acme far on nesodieb
or bayooselbst scold doh to go fa the stoma 1.11.
Taws imoko bosom on day drab,.
Bala to ormosuco• 6810 o'clock a. IL
.. Jane XANTIZ.
Plum Va. &Mt. 110. VW • aeltoodil
N4l 1. .19 /NUMMI:M.—WU
MILD/ MID 011111113122/11.
SIMI% TaliZEI as 21/i011111113: t;11.
Oakes and tbo commontal cdso,N 71101212103
and Urban= alma, all la rat quallad sal or
slay. _ DOUSOOII. cam, tin eat 310182201
SOUL a tho bir ot 515 nee, landent - idise
data Worn potting tasso ; and all • othot Alltaff
ant of bat quill% sad at rod notoolglelndle
to ciao out doand thonsana Pall sad nailtsatod.
hanks a 0 EMMY ST Mammas& 4
cr. T. M. UILL6II.
osdndindiarY en the vissaa.
WJOAO' tiTUN &M t
STEAM JOU PRINTEBB,
BLIANS. BOOK mairatinfh
W WCOD i WS THIRD en
sot 'mar •
I\ll6W o±lool4l , lSeb
13 blob. Porto Itloo and anti. Emir;
60 do 'nem N. 0. •
60 Ws. Onsdesd
10 do "d" and NI" Onffaa do;
AOIOO do Talky and do do:
do pdce 11. 0. Nolasesa
260 do snorted Wands IL dyropr,
- IWO bags dixd to 6rtata Bki 00160;
100 born and osddar 143 sad 6a llama*
10) oheatafftean and Nadi Taman
Isadore and dd nab by
sal 111124 01 diantradd mama.
•• • • •• • VIM*
Ceres 10 sad= street%
Withcegtome_D. ellitth, AA. m BB bOW AT 1"Mil0 d I
WSioti,aaltl Mat 8110011 D ANDSULSD
1,111111=4110.1114 11th aid Est ac October, at
the Casa4 one to WISION I O I I - Oblirrataiy. a
WWI tot of BOOBS ead-UULIII, egadmallas
=III fix pall' affirks. Ma to - comma 61 10
teckek le se.
Sime—Clehe httlaveseseent resift
NUM 0 Bilk OYBEWII3OII, A. Q. IL
not :Imams annuls zit niumi4:
• ge.nicriosars AND BOOM ON THE WM
rLE ITILDO AND IN RIORMOID.
Dm J. B.lssflati - D. 4de, 50.
Vat Ws by • .1L1.141 OM: 111 Woolf am&
Varuatila.W.N Welitsv, ttie
1. stratter,af 1f0.19 Patera Ann%
of IRA SOBBili slur WS Mu
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