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wbiete biO ti1d1, 1 410,094 9 tkeICAPTIP
IdA ler ,one,„ intent( t•? . tesui l Vour
• dill itiarritlieif any lon '.'' l '
.s ; twe'*Stirtee'Lhave r s
nein ifolletMthis east essuetreainee
Dirdereaketief indepeodenSTA i rM and
Appetite etetes sahiintti
and 'Vireinfreep 177776'i ' 3 iftfon
of - Washldgifbift Ad difitudatidtt;
otenited *tie:he* in most inistruifel edr
nil erasion of.altialtrovetninen‘i4Fdlit
nee; to ISOOrther* Xeidtlith.oo.4 4 (9 4 F l4.
Usti%) of John Adams , Lit was a reigri
terror fiom, beginnlit' to: end rit'was I
141 0 1 of ttrililbr; toci;. e teelhiteof 'terror
thretighent- Alike Causal y. Newspapers
wirelifeeeed. , theeourts , Were Oterinteis
the alien_ and sedition lass were pfsed . ,,
a lag l o , r a e s
wag s • r n w e of r vtobn'ce that i
sub ditch was tilidfriVont df 'power:load
kept out of jointer 'fistni ISO° :till 1&50....--
Dcriegithat long period ot time Dere* !iid
any wenn try prosper ,as this,ocunter, 13 )4,
prospere,d.., The, South topk W oblongs
of emigration .over the Vhatiiihoiieheolo
the Coosa the
tifississippr, on tolhe Names end the Rio
Grande, and orested.tursigrieukure which,
subjected to-it all the euriksed. nations of
the earth. 2‘iortiorti spectac le
of co-operative industry wu ever present
ed. The North preseeted enegnallybeau.
tiful spectacle. The columns of etnignio•
tin *robed on beyond the lakes to Min.;
nesota, to lowa, to Wisconsin. arid *to the
Rocky mountaina,, Euriegislf, thee time,
Virginia and ifugailinsetts cpmbltied to-
gether in the spirit of 'Wiwi:di:4ton and Jef
ferson`and Madison-end thenldir
ton. By. the.. secession of Ale_
1860, the reign from 1706, to 1800 ,WPa r o,
stored, sad Hassisehusetts.i*Ciune rugien4.l
ant in this Government again. Every pith
of hers is traced now in blood ,
monuments of her: destrectiveneu are-to
be found on hundreds •of bettlaiields,
North. and South. • A million of. human
beings sacrificethinneeesserily- bribe hoki. ,
can't of that administratkire.- 'lourtbous-I
aud millions of debt upon us and our pos
is the legacy of thatadmitistratied.
How long this war is to exist I knout
not, but in God's mime let me implore
those men who have control of this flov
ernment to take the' reins 'end ehd it as
soon as itossible. . You hive. illimitable,
power ; you. have thelitecutive ypu have
three-fourths of . the Senate you have
twenty majority , here, in this „body, It
you will give the conservative men the
power in this Grovernm*ent, iy Mort or
September, or certainly.* October next;
we will end this .war, and we. will restore
the. Union. • . We,. hold rou ro that issue;
W.e give you till Septeinber or October
ti•xt to mid this war and" to restore 'the
Folio* •ent loin 'programme . i
wept' cer-Constitutional remonstrances,
but accomplish what you have „underta.
ken. Enter not into ;ado issues. Make
no such =wicked divyrsions as that which
you have just made in , Florida, under Gin.
4ilimore, for the purpose of sending eome
twOldessaehusette maw from Florida to
the ,United Stetes Senate, or • RePrulfuta
•tiTea to this ICouse—a diversion made
solely for political purposes; btit concen
trate your truden Into one solid' column
'and end this' ear. ;- Cease to make it a
writr for 'politics. If you will not-rneke it
• war for ibe uniop, make it a war for
the restoration of peace as soon u posrl.
bk.:. In the name of philanthropy, In the
- ninte . iir the :Prince bT Patios, I appals! to
you to exert th powers which you have
immediately to his war- Protract it
not, beyond the. Presidential election for
politOal purposes. Enter not upon such
-a system of settlement and agriculture as
• this. ' '
The freedmen's bill, ai it Is called is
not worthy of thnpraotical mind of. *la'
. sachuSetts. It hs.rWy.sould have swum*.
lid from,* Massachusetts mind, and the,
- iintleinari whit' introduced it tells us that
herb's - Consulted with others: It has nen.
ildassaebesetts swam It must have mum
!testi/lowa of the freedmentsoommission ;
. perhaps from Robert Dale Dweo, for the_
bill, itself •is so socialistic, Fourieristip, •
.(cot erritticl beg the
• reporters to' bear • that 'in mind). • The
whole sekettliib one of .ttioney-making—:
the whole scbbme Lome for the ;motile
black rsee.by northern masters. But if,
in the wise ,of humanity, you are acting
fort these neit•oes, intrtuce some more
practical n 1611414: with ut 'reneolidating
and eenhidising,all - the polvers4or this
Goveranswat. : Do not abandon this beau-
..tifuLtltaory of *ales, and. convert Ahis
Goiersktnent into consolidation and Citt z
traiisa: a, solely for the itionej-making
PorpasO Ihla - Mike It practical;
"'Make sertfilgfportter Ho not %woo
the federal , dreamy with it-6 Lit is 4eke
• OW* oliteekt. es, ia>l6t thogrot . .94v, Gov
. enteteltt.. Wto have 0 9 mo re right to feed
and support negroes titled welters to reid
I and auppeolevitate man:" The tMhg Whet
writtee'fit ''theKCbestitutiim. mot
- written.tw. -imam nature. are: to
I..advaace the. pay et oweeklaitbe...ei:my,
makethens. es you ma white&;4o 4 eno,
support their , wives - and 'children. - Give
the negro eight or nine dalTirs enionth,
and iabtritift the othei four or live dollars
'for the' toppers or his wife -and family.
_ Bat here le mill the cost* of Jehiah no
loan cia fame% Oe.-Po*bii 42"t•1t1-!L
I protest against my constituent° . will
taxed for it. I protest in the name of the
kbotiref tote' It the lame of the
• winking:M - 111.6f the'Novth. 'Mite
of the capitilist s tl the'North.-' . 1 protest.
• holnstit to the name of the white *omen
and chtlitiesi Of the North.: Borden not
' the Treasury with thesuppOrt of Southern
imgroew. If it be a mere scheme - of 'pbil
anthrbpy believolencel"Will contri
bute to it; adooSdleg to my niesiiidts Much
as any' other- genttenalw itilti:caitstrlbuite ;
but coin Wet to the 'lvedMif Treeintry ;for'
the sußppri and sustenance of the neEro
people; I ' theivfore 'propose' to 'offer 'a
fescilotion tbitthis bill be recommitted to
the 'Select COMierlitee on emancipation
with directions, to report a bill for organik
ligitisysteut" fcnti the care and reed - Won
- eateenipitegi'lltinons; whieh , shall not
bititiew the ?reseal. • I Submit that pro
poidtiOn• " '
Lamr, 'Esq.; it ; . Wasituv=-Tb• War'
rug Zagir contains the' following hatietiag
_thli !iota* doliterid lethat bciroogh,
~* iteali4: tirst i ag6;4 l B. W: Laos, /164. • W 6,
Ws !kin, Mr; L. far Nato, yam, aid to.
twits, Ms as tab of the arestlaleatelipetk%
" 3 110111 in Wotan' Peassylvan* ii, let ikura
. 4 - 000 1 1:40 kari ' 1141 kw aotalitek hhaselfwa
, will As, : the odieeolon to whisik,AkiZ6igte
, . What*. Me Daly neeila-tkwoPPoiteelt/. to
• ' .414016 in to take kir plan /man Ike fors.
spwaid6tOthi State. But; to the tepees
0001=11111111 r -... . .
•!aiik, wis real i g. a,goaeatit, ao well au seal
-., Me enotolikso of mileoldi 4 ASty, or - Tos.
e d ,
* g ra
, e all ,tlifigi s ! ~DiCoitortititi sad
' r,',,, e wOtthi, Om ,e 4, wisde,ii
, 111 6064 ti thof to' of cue 1;olort, TI, y .
" " 10M . ' i Bat - al iani . t &OW'S!
" te r m I t "WI * Mr. Leo', trot ,only
Jil•lnns Abe • 61st theitiiiii•ms to
lbeloatrotiblifia ' theta' ont When ocoa
o-- dot 'env Be w vied lianas% a wand,
‘.l.ll4i t amis !Mir. '• i •
Ls 4 laij,iiikiiitimmitaitorier
4 4 OnIiMAII
. bill on.
Glea.l3aztoa was alude
• areived is•lfa pet feminist it. The
or.otellind eO. Iblir mien was
tv • .04miiii4 Irk# titegialnis lima Waal.
)4# WAblytesti.olor thew the fiewsiews
sLo of taw dieffiii"in 4*. kr , iind 'Wont'
11611111 4 ther 'bad •Weri&i
• aw.ibislaii ar ilhcinamgrally titthe vats-,
. - !--vvilite Mar Ash be I" WW Lib
ui ; mai WON %di 0f414 ,40
'2' 2 / 40 11 1 01161 /..tibialaiareisidielislas
lvervale the ilpsesst4t tiii i
blia 4,41 as av! • f
vt )1: ;
APV.I trey . tca a 2.4
In vow of tb
4 0 •Iin8 Aix - 1 41.4.
,be 1 1b
esils attention to She fat Mot when Ile.
Liskoein Ina a etet4l4•lot for the best*,
erin 1860rhe soinettee•Cgolt "it 0444
is ulna sane Wise • sigyhabewl.!,°;
,'L ‘l4l,9otniti! Siesier' or the Ditia
frlP4 l o4Ft ' act 0
- 3 AiWs.
P 1, 4 1 4.1 1 ! soo4_ as a;neAT
-11602111040 ':dish111 1 4.";:.
'fhb Norfolk gill'
EON, sid lie 'says 64'0 profits will he
"those wbotre ieyartihr the
sense of the word as undendood .by,
.ifitiek taw*, qtli.
Bithwitoir' fair 'specimen' 'Of %sk
bhristian (ti Abenibbler The artfoles fit
his-paper ars headed "Gone to Ball I"
" Three infernal lies Pr " The , villainous
plergy," 0 -114,11' Pits fOr-the Rebels," Am,
-k - piotwinan, surely. , •
OLD Asa'. proclamations come about as
thick and fast as the old Mexican Pro
nunciamentoes, &Oa are worth just about
as much.—Ertliangs. •
lust as much, solar as benefltthlig the
side they are intended to help, you
rrobably mean. Unfortunately, they are
•of great advintage to the rebels. ' ' '
Ware Bezexu., in I! sermon
'on t• Heroism," related the case of an
way , officer, who .maved over • $BO,OOO,
which law he might keep, but, which
he handed over to the Governmeat, end
did notthink there wasanything of merit
he the, aot. Will W. B. swear to that
A BoLT _ rziasitaimn.=—The Erisinuri
Dssacrat, the leading Republinen organ
west °Oho Mississippi. girls the following
emphatic warning to the Lincoln wire.
Pullers' • • '
a high-handed atteano t0,..,1*
made to fora Mr. Lincoln's nomina tion
upon that oonrention, the attemt will
necessarilly bigot rook for whi ,'snd
for whatererdisastroue consequences flow
from it, tkese desperate *Meiners wily be
Dratbeartfc Natrona. Cotrifturnott.•The
Common - Council of Chicago have passed
a swigs' '
oT patriotic resolutions; ieturning
"Thinks to the National Committed for
iti selectiOn of Chicago as a place of -meet
ing of its Convention." The hospitalities
of the city are extended to the Conven
tion, and "gratification" is expressed "at
the assembling of the delegitse of a 'vent
and pattiotio pitrty in our midst . on the
itition's natal diy . ." Several Republican
m - e - mbers of the Council - voted for the
les „Tor TrAii—an able and inde
pendent Republican psper--in speaking
of "miscegenation," (easel/pixilation of the
races,) say'--" We dare say that our read
ers will be surprised, as we, are, to learn
; die "stout to which this disgusting theory
edroictes among the extreme Abo
litionists, and how far and fast it is becom
ing a prominent article in their creed:"
such be the Act, it will not be long
until the ides is triple* cardinal dogma of
the entire Republican. party. The !'-ex
treme Abolitieuiets". are Shit *own_ of
the opposition ;- they go ahead and boldly
cut out the rad, thi si>ealled. Nionserea
tiyes," ..like it flock of- timid sheep, soon
Mow, . .
Tas 'Chicago' pbuferin contained one
to which ; all DimOcrats would be
ici-sUbioribe. it to the pre*.
ezdidioliii S izilion. 'lt is as follows' t"
thai the jisill 'view with idiim
the reckless extravagance Which pervades
deptirtitrimt of the federal govern
nient tbat a i return to rigid economy
and .asoonniability, is inclispenssble to
arrest the systestuulo plunder of the pa
lls tosasury by favored partisarui ; • while
the meant suiftling developments of
!muds ind corruption at the-federal me
tropolis show that an entire .change of ad
ministration is demanded.
Vlbtlutfe no doubt but that there ere
ann.Y• ,RoPubiloatul Wip? Toted this
plank to 1860 Who will vote for the, Pain
.ollnitiO Presidential candidate to ; effec t
the same °Weak. vis 2, to get rid of an • Ad.
minietretiow notoriously oorruk and vut
one in ire place pledged to reform.
Porevary single• sin - of extravaiptioe and
corruption in the Buchanan idminiatra•
Lion the present party m power.* gull ty
of• a hundred. Where Dmistiorate then
stole hundreds, Bepublimas are now stead=
~ tlza citizen' 'will remember that when
glimernor 'Se mour called the Stentioi of
the Preildent .the*autialottidiScrhigt
tiooi against f ow-York city in thei quotas
which were Assigned ender the draft of
July 70863, he was bitterly and Coarsely
assailed by.' the administration press
especially the Den and Zilisti. The
latter paper took the trouble to give a lot
of bogus statistics going to, show that the
metropolis was delinquent in the' matter
1 'alrilsiostroops. when the facts were quite
the other way: But these vexed qUestiont
hare been settled officially. Thep ommis:
1 aka appointed by_ the War Pepartment
I thus justify
_the pretests made by Gond.
' Jim amsmiesion, ,after a full investiga
iioa end in view of all the facts elicited,
ruit unanimously of the opinion that the
1 :enroVesist in the Saito of New-Y4l4tis inv.
: perfa anatimanss,. tromeive in somi dig:
bids and peal* too amen in others. and
mei* ammo* thr ciliss V 241 , -.l* sad.
ihooifys,, end arpecially as comptr with'
other States, and cannot be re lW upon al
s',l ancleqcntable basis for the aidga
-bieti of the quota of • the , State. if Ilew
sY rer enlong the immildistrinte thereof.,
_—T fitealiter enlisrabiii . iriini' Vow
&ail 'brligt"Bills' nein Mobile: • Our.
fleet opened a tratMatiout - Ikon ; ?et
Powell on the morning of , the Sid, ult.,
and ft.was thought ilk eoald.not bold out
/env. The relag:" . .ans Tennessee pow Iles
ander thoprotectoon of the guns of Fort
Morgan.. , The 'women std Children were
- being regisorsd from the city: Admiral
Tarrant on board the Calhoun;•wan in
tide a. Dauphin Islan nd teld Siartind was at Skip ai s lend, bury mike
wostaf Yobile. An attectican our A block
git In. satictillatik Mid Shit
the - bel !eifitsrlirtibn , irs odd nide. ail
Iliittftlen:' l.l • ,,, i.
4 ~ ._.,, J el.t:,:t! , 1 I , '3 —. ,
4". , .. e - :.a 1x—,,..
It behooves every ettlighteneti friend of
the country to see that this, which is t
in ' . ptesi ne `I e •1 o . t,,: is of
t i . . • au ina ... .it ' is- I
es. I - alh)ii.../p. Ivi
.'. 4 , dern
to . - 'clic alb .e,. Re .. , - ne%as..,
-to-what...44y will-de- with aIALv44- ,fter . .
I: s2 h:lfiri I , 4 l 4tuallY<l, ,that .elieT
siwingtharirtoruckw pauclasiom at
will give them control of the aptiaft.
" 4/OL ARUM k.l &Ala 6 1 /1••• m•F.
result. • • * - • 1
The i,Lggisoiii4i lots the opie to
decide- in. this election is, wh 4fie
Republidart - Arty has - given - Ovidentiet,
due ' ihnpresidential terns ?emit twies-
LDS , ,
pive, of abilitfluid,cspilitytii`r.t . tsortilho ,
Union. Illitoy We not: iisee„sunieci a ii
men nor s canted omens uo goTern
in/sources:- If they have cnot:-anobseded.
they clumat'Plead 'that.theY have not hied
a fah-trial: obloney, men,- the command
of the 840:icily:
In naval architecture and in gunnery, the
isivantage„ofAmpting aga!nilke , Po9Plll.
whose main industry mu encited in VW*
ducingi'grekt - thicle of: foreign 'tap*,
and whose Wit necessity ii a foreign than .
ket, hnd this 'pea ter hemmed in bye
blockade, mithOUt"st.Fts7 9 11 i s i sfoclifois . to
create one-,with this extreerd/nary com
bination of advantage* the administration
hail failed only bt reason of
It may be said, indeed, *that, our arms
have made great progress. /fiat who, with
out renoancing all claims ;to Solidity of
judgment, can say that thliiirogress has
been at all proportionate : ' to its costf
East of the Alleghenies, theater has been,
on the whole,' a sad failtirei . We have
made s'faii indentations into the rind of
the , rebellion on the Atlentic slope ;. but
RiChmond and Charleston Still bid iss dos
Hance, and the vast belt of territory
stretching from the Potomac , to the Cape
Sable remains, with the exception of a
few hundied square mike, in possession
'of the rebeli. L this success! We do
not; ask if , it is success proportioned to,
Use enormous scale of our expenditure,
but is it not_prepostaroni to consider it
as success at all/ . Washington has been
almost constantly menaced ; the invader
has been twice upon our soil in great
force; and no longer ago, than last sum
mer the safety of our great, Atlantic cities
depended on the issue of a Biagi* .battle.
That battle was, by fieree and vigorous
fighting, decided in our favor; but since
then, east of the Alleghenies,. we have
gained absolutely nothing!: To settle down
in exhaustion and impotenCe after vepel
ling a formidable invalloU, gives but fee
ble promise of that complete conquest of
the enemy's country which is the object
of the war.
~~ . ,
- in the West,
.where our. generals have
been further removed froM the blunder-
Ing urmilkures of the adOnistration, our
success has been more proportionate to
the vut scale of our expenditures. But
even in the West our pins are es yet so,
insecure that one pea rebel victo
might change the whole face of affairs,.
If Grans should be beaten by Johnston,
and .Tennessee be thereby recovered by
the rebels, our most important advantages
in the West would be ahnost annihilated.
While matters remain- in such a state that
a single battle might dispossess us of a
great part of what we have gained, exul
tation is premature, and preparations to
Administer upon the estate of the dead
If we get through the spring campaign
without heavy disasters Washall owe little
thanks to the administration. They have
'trifled away the fall and winter in Venti
lating crude abolition follies and in press
dent-making ; and the 'Spring campaigns
are opening with inadelitate preparations.
* • • The adnimistration has no kee
-1•. , .
sight; all, its chief movements are forced
upon it by the preparations or the succes
ses of the rebels. It fatind out, all of a
sudden. itilbestAiluer ortstn, that it
needed six hundred thousand more men
than it hail anticipated tht,
enlistments: spring, when it put a stop to enlistments;
The draft last year wits ordered close on
the heels of a rebel invaalan. The draft
ordered for gas spring results, from an =-
expected discovery of the great extent
of the rebel preparations daring. the win
ter. An administset4 which ,ia never
wise till after the event, which is Perpe
tually • making recementationa that the
war is near Its Wage. (allowing them
up by, such enormous Calls for new troops
as pros* than unfoanded ; an adminis.
Aragon which gives these constant prop&
that it neither understands the present
nor tees an inch berate its nose into the
future. Is itusapable'. of restoring the
But an the Republican party Substitute
a better? A large utitiority of the party
can discover no clearer way out of our
difilculties than to 4-elect Mr. Lincoln,
and keep in the seine set of incapables
that have so long managed the war. The
dissentients do not'S go outside of Mr.
Lincoln's cabhutt for a candidate. They
do not promise to Tut into the govern.
ment any greater wisdom than is already
in it. The, chief point of superiority
claimed for Mr. CluMe is that he is • more
',reliable abolitionist; which, if it were a
merit, would only place him in relation
with questions to arise after the war, not
demonstrate his incapacity to manage it.
' The Republicans hate been making pert) ,
capital for the last six months, out of the
idea that the rebellion is about to break
down from exhauatian. For it to end
fro& such a mule mould reflect little ore.
dig on the idminidriaon,'Whioh ought to
hare recovered' tb revolted territory by
napery vie, ltlitd - rifweilth to
'itiliviate . the - har4M'ofSilt tales. Bat
we fear that the expectation of *easy
conquest this spring - is a delusive dream.
We hive no dim litirar will run intd
the' next idiniuM and if 'that ad
oa , then, firewell„
a `l4inig - faiewell .4 the
. of Pay,
'• • . dims
Ake., caa be proonrokiby the Widtn
and Was of those who hive .
service of the tlekedlOtetes ; Oho, by
sad Uwe* Wit. ' are fijoblad by vow(
eslved or diossai einkrie*, upoWepplit
lo' a' P. GIUMTI4 Ltieised Unitary
Rost Chiba -Avow. Ogles la the Cloakapt
Outwit Beer, Wrigdat's Mask. eerier,
sad .Ififtk AL, (seder the Dire* Am:
;M.N./ i s! . . ,•-
ppri•eners traeshipped for Americus, Ght,
Ns 4y 3.000 him sinufs,r, lisen.ciept, sod
there are accommodations for 6,000...:
. fro:nrt North: Caches, ece
threttening, iudicating that the
government has taken Strong inesiniutes
to crush out the 'Union sentiment its the
State, and to recover possession of the
territory, now.held by ea..- Some lack of
confidence in Qui moult .la indicated, by r
:—The Rebel paperi admit that at the' '
battle of Mites,. Florida, their farce en
gaged 'consisted of eleven'regiments •of
infantry, four battalions of cavalry, and
three batteries of artillery, while our own
was not:eta toltrathiedi Or ht. -, Atioth
er account „seta down the Rebel loss at
about 300 killed and wounded.
—By our advice' from. Hilton Head we
bear of the final abandonment of the
Florida expedition. . Jaoksotiville is to be
held, but the bulk of the troops have been
withdrawn to their old quarters. Twelve
hundred Union soldiers have been saori
ficed, but Mr. Lincoln has not secured his
three electoral voter. Nor 'relit. Hays'
prospects for a membership in the neTt
--A dispatch receives by Gen. Fisk, at
St., Louis, a day 'or two since, orings news
that Capt. Johns, of the3d Missouri State
Militia Cavalry, on Feb: 22d, Intercepted,
near Poplar Bluffs, Butler Co., Mo., a-rebel
train, and destroyed a large 'quantity of
powder. shot, lead,' caps, !bullets, ac:, be
sides shot-guns and 'rifles, and a large
quantity of corn. The command, also
killed in the Skirmish two jay hawkirs,
and bad one man slightly wounded. -
The Washington correspondent of the
Mese says it is now welt: ascertained that
the expenses of the war and the ,wants of
the Government will require, in addition
to moons from other sources, that the in
ternal taxe shill yield fully t. 000,000,000
for the next &Cal year. There is no dotig.
ing this necessity.
—The Rebels have captured threelsmall
vessels in Chesapeake Bay One 'of !them
is the side-wheel stonier S. P. Thomas.
employed as a' dispel& steamer between'
Fort Monroe and Cherrystone Inlet. The
other two were tugs—the Titan and the
lola--41sployed in running between the
same points. .The party making the cap
tures were in a schooner, which is suppos
ed to have come out of the Rappahannock.
They boarded the steamer and compelled
Capk_Wetistar to give bonds to the amount
of-PO.OOO, and then released her.-.. They
stole 31,100 from the CipiCAn.
—nut Gs:onus Orr I—lt was but a few
days ago that the departure of the Confed
erate steamer:Florida, from a French port,
was announced,' to resume her depreds.
lions on opr !ocean commerce, and now,
the Asia brings us intelligence that her
consort, the Georgia; has left Brest, doubt
less to engage in the same Infernal work.
We suppose the Rappahannock will be the
next:to leave. Why not? If the Entree
ror allowed her companions to re-fit, why
should she be detained f • Depend upon it,
she will not be,-*--N. Y. Expreu.
—All was quiet at Jacksonville on the
2d. Reenforcemsnta were rapidly arriv
ing. and General Seymour's position was
sufficient to repel any attack. Oar troops
are outside the town, some of them at a
distatto•of eight miles. 'Flags of truce had
communicabid with the Rebels for the pur
pose of endeavoring to obtain our wound
ed. The request was refused. The main'
body of the 'enemy is encamped between
Ten Mile Run and Baldwin. The Rebuts
admit their lots to be enormous. some set,.
ting it as high as 2,000. On the 27th. a
small skirmish occurred between our Cav
airy and the Rebels near Comp Finnegan.
The Rebels 'had five wounded. None of
our men were hurt. ' Gen. Gillmore arriv
ed at Jaoksonville on the 29th
—Gen. Meade was examined yesterday
before the Conduct of the War Commit
tee, about the orderve to the army
at Gettysburg to retre atthe close of the
first days fight. His explanations and al
legations led to the issuing of a summons
to Gen. Butterfield to come to Washington
and testify upon the issues of responsibil
ity, do., made by Gen. Meade's evidenOe.
It should , be no secret that the more earn
est members of the Committee, supported
by high officials, hare made powerful ap
peals to the, President, within ten does, to
remove Meade from the command of the
Army of the Potomac.—Monday's
—Cincinniati telegrams say that die
patches-from • Chattanooga indicate that
the Rebels are pressing ow lines. Our ad
vance has been withdrawn from Tunnel
Hill to Ritiggold.
—There is nothing new from Charleston.
The bombardment is still continued _with
good effect.. - The Rebels replied akiriter..
teals, but rarely doing injury:
...Widen's like to believe' that the fol
lowing story 'is tine, although' it may be:
On the 14th of February a Clompanytif. the
Ist Mississippi Union (colored) Infantry
was surprised near Grand Lake, Milo.. by
a Company of Rebel guerrillas wearing Un
ion uniform, and all, but two were kilted.
Some of the negro,* were pinned to the
ground with bayonets; others had their
brains knocked out, and others were shot •
through the head while on, their-knees
begging for quarter. The guerrillas esca
ped without losing a man. This is report.
ed upon the authority of the Clerk of the
steamer Pringle.-21455m. ,
—is clever plot for the release or the
rebel prisoners at Camp Chase, Columbus,
Ohio, was discovered a few days ago. Sus
picion was excited by the rebel Gen. Basil
Nuke's withdrawal of - his parole and hies
demand to be sent back to prison. •He
was watched, end's general search unmask
ed a plan Jar ovirpowering the guard by
a general rush and fight. The prisoners
had armed themselves with short knives,
with blades four and five Isolas long,
sharpened on beck and edge on the prison
stones. One of John, Mors brothers
swore bitterly at the MUM of a file from
his boots. The whole batch will be more
strictly guarded in future, and will enjoy
fewer facilitierfor arming themselves. -
-The President of the United Stake
on Thursday afternoon,
ed Major Gen. Grant his ion as
Lieutenant General. The ceremony took
place in the cabinet chamber; In the ireti
ewe of the entire cabinet. It is not on
dentecid what relation Gen. Grant will
beer to the Potomac Army.
he repast its the London limning
Post that France was renewinil negotie.
lions with ia view to a tson of the
rebels by Great Britain and Franee,'and in
cased the , ftilure of a negotiation then
for Flame to eat alone is pronounced by
the State" &pertinent entirely mond**.
—The recant raid of Gen. • L4.aUitsic •
disclo s eds the fist that the Railroads in the
'WARY Of Richmond hare ; b ee relaid,—
T points, cersaialy—with $ 'first
quality ofand several piles of new
tans were destroyed last week by our
troops, laid by the roadside fat nee , when
neeessar~. Where did the rebels 4et• the
new :al ?
—Thelatist news ooseernimg Aspirate
Alabama is from Hong Kong to .Tan. 18 .
Up to that date, nothing in addition so
news was known about. bee. All
A:wpm shipping fa Mime lesion
Soiled a meet.
log, "Asa ,vent , 104 a ofimPletti;*igasisitles;
.andirepared fetal& reeeptloa. There are
three firs continitinviii Oaltras,!all Du:nun! '
but one man, numbering in 4126 0 members,
alined t fi ti'teetit.' The slips! to rally
vas at the earliffibtt bells.: About 12 o'clock;
a. m.;thi ttidb softened la front of the Ogiiiity'
ltpo 1141116Fiilir et Lord
Leititiers;,hoies guards, and *boat 69 soldiers
and indicate At that laitantj the tap of the
bells were heard, and la fifteen Wanes there
were five bundie'd noble Demtiorats (Copper
heads sad Copper Bottomed) I tin the ground,
with )14113, revolvers, platele t beiwie knives sad
other instruments stilt: able tee the occasion'
brside twenty men in the Odle well aimed.
and 'dye hundred afore Denims and Ir
held - its- reserve; who • were taxiens for tie
144._ The Democrats marching heekwend
and forward in fron‘ of the offs*, said, 6, oea-
Slimes, pitch in if ion wan e ! to.; we'rs ell
ready for the wedding !" • few soldiers, fall
of beer, made a tush for the *airs, sad bad
it not been for • few coassuallre, respectable
jltepnblitrans, in pulling alias book, there
would have been at lout morn than au hos
dred =bites placed in a herisostal pontiffs.
Bolt the mean, low-lhed, eUrudly =obits*
sneaked off, and tried to ram it off *Oho
drunken soldiers—a majoriti of the soldiers,
in the first plate, not having aarkisg
with it—but the radicals btraglitis amber of
kegs Of beer and plenty of ei t hWtey I
late them to aorton. The Deinionlie Cosadt.'
tee requested Mr. Burett IL lento the Sine*
and not expose himself to dew,. he being
an eldekly gennemaa. Ls immense was,i" 4 s*,,
- not leave this *Mee ell less as there is .
a type left." Do you Wahl Col. Born* was
there! (Yes, we'll bet ali we're worth on
that.] And thus the matter *ailed all quietly.
- The Democrats ?tithed to alit hail simnel:4y
artangementa, where Clga. Washingtaa's
Farewell Address was see, by Mr. Balleler,
and remarks made t 7 sound paths,* salt.
able to the tionsion, sad thu day nosed pule
ably. inn. F. Malts.
Galena, Illinois, Feb. 27, 11184. -
hint.csinx, March 9th.
Wastes for the bi. Obererral
the last Lyceum of the Milicreeh Teacher'.
Institute will be held at he Eagle Village
School House, . Saturday, March 19,1 at 10
o'clock A. M. The prograhuae of exercises
is the suns u that published for the last
routing. Supt. Degmeir 6 expeetoi to at
tend and lecture on the. lut of Astronomy.
A general attendance is soli ltd .
L. T; NEU, Presideat.
8. A. CuMUL, Seey.
Oa Wad last, by Ric A. W. ishe:r. WY. Mr*,
of Learnt, to Ma NAL I LOST, of West Spas&
- abit happy eauTho will Tiara soap* eor thrift hir
their rsisiabrsaire of the Trisha. We oslos4 WO oar
bat wishes for their health, praporlerf, tag Ohl, sad oil
the happtisea their hearts eat soists.]
Is Elk Crest, as the Ist teetiby 10. ft. INA
illYso ,l II AMMAR?. of Wol sr* N. T, to
N4RY *AXON, at Elk Creek, ilk.
Public Sale of Desirable Real Esista
THE UNDERSIGNED AS .TRUSTEE
et the Iterrtebers sad Priam Lk Oespeep, ba
parnsento at ea Alt a useably„appeevoil aprtl lt, tele.
will oßer at paella Bale, at the Mamba Ileeea, Is Itrin, ea
WRDNR•DeY,aIARCM 1 4: 11 0 4 .111 leeleahle• Moll
tkolleetng deouthen Beal Tele* le Ed
The N orth•igest comer part et la• Let Ms, la the *Op
nf Erie, Pe, Irreuthaingfuss ne res Saw sal U 6
Get a INnott Street, in the roar of Gem" lleilatelg.
Al.'. 16 fAltil onatetelog sheet see.tittell eras suss,
beteg eabnittldeee of Out•Leik 611. sitarb ea 111
Web en Casemi• se , / Plant,ener the Lam 1=
Bridge over the Canal.
TIMM a kag4, , la We opal a.
east laaala.ate, mood by Jetipiebt Boast WS
Mortgage on the madam, with talemel.
atri2-4w. ;JAM= SILL, ?hates.
C. ENGELMAN*, -
Dealer in Boots .85 Shoes!
£LBO, MADifiriCitrala or
MECO' JUDE BOOTS AID SUM I
WOULD take this method of return
thhi* Oas or ts t • hM Moods awl Woodall'
=y !be eir Mal pottbaoco korotollso ottoatto4
sad ham to hats a ,fasatfaastaia of Wass.
I take p.soosua to Worn the paws that I of MW aot
lilitZADY MAD! 800 V A ID 11301:1 1 413
If ad a lege Mawr;
nay lay Haul to tlesplaisi, sal tfa Istlisetbs
toot qaslitiss of (kW ftots ied Mor i 6rs *tick few
yloy nom bot the Bb of IfiIMIXMLICCIusior w lgor
Latoodavoo OD. 1111LUIL
Ltavtog obtalood • I moos to moo Ws •
Pltuaor Pliant lisit,
No sow prepared to as tits TWIN, Moot limb
sad Mules fao mouse sot is 6s atrosissil Itlishood
or lairs.' keep ea 6,61 a selestio• of the lot
broads of fraehsodAamlaaCalfaso Elpa
P. tl.—l opstrlas attended to. =tram
JACOB BOATZ would reepeetklly in
*maw to me l. et Cm Inroad mu%wasW
Mg CINEMA 1
71BW 011001 MT STORE,
ti. Wed lifk if tows. e Met Sidles/ &met
gif Me Lake Akre Dyes,
inere b. will keep is bog largeamert el
TIOTSIONS, WOOD AND WILLOW ves.luiva,
Awl ereeetkiaii vamelle beet la llaitilwe dere.
' Mee, Sweet War esi ;km*
ib•hisibiw Moist Pi peiliftobee.lll4lmB.
17". Owe use a eall, It yes tk mews geed ime.
Pisa. risteito ma ea Lew. I set = i lea .
aim ether Maze la Ike *ay.
PIANO FORTES ANDMORONS !
It A 11 - N F 'Ale T 11!It It It 8 I
Stotnny k &..o. Dow Tort.
Indoors see.., Nott;lnt.
Woo. I. Indlony.
Mks Doolian. Nowffook. •
L P. DOG k 00.. Wee Tot.
Oen A. Man k Os., NM* ,
Ottlion. Komemai 040, Mir Tff• ' • ..-
Prigs aflaskreS Disoolit belinr7Faa
- factiOr's . Prites. •
!VW OCTAVV WO ,lION reauticinierimmisosi
..to OD PLO4OII POD OM. -;
AboAntroolin4roks Gad Post
jonno alias& Ifinseltassit &kir
..s„ on Untold to ant examine ow bullnissaft b -
Sallie Lea, itledt gestl Past
• I ' r• MINA IMMIL
am!. 7 lnlaumatwi y watet lir berm.
HOWABD i ABOCIL&TION•
' • PEUADILPIL44 ft.. I -
El Nst. SEAgia or THE NZRVOITEL 111121 M
'us sad gam thiessir. oar ma .
ia mons of tio ROLM IF—
DMlimilkla IM=ltt i i
L A it, Piisielpi as
f 1 '''
laillest 'Swam) il s
Ise, ever kinni ea the fate of
is." 11111141 at the
th* and we
f ri • '
t h F i r erfa '
Vie 10 wen=
Peue w er 1
Wedsesday,llThUriday. l ool po 0 . $ ty
rim nto MI, ti 41.halfrui 16 ilia' 74
to lf D4llOll
Ak4 la WAWA DU* mit.% the' hie Levis% wino"
the goamoolos Qom% of 4 1 1.4191,
commoimitc stir, ,
'The fame"' "331000 Natl." ao col kii from karts' Is.
eelre4that FM from P. T. Baro am f..r years' eervice.
'cm. infix 111 WAGRGN.
- The smallest Lady at her lap ever see*.
Bor. are • Burka aPoPto. a Bachelor and Hello, al
fess welighloc bat las iwas444
.1 WT. SMALL NEVIS. SEE TUVE LIICX AGAIN.'
At rim °psalm eitke 11 *Weak Lome tl lk• . 7 .4 g sod
kis Lady elthreeruie tro SVGA I NO'Cfl
Ow wore aim:see' Charst belt . ABILLGie DA Y,
fele aas7 1094110 '— • a - •
Taw .1.11 apAar la a Great Variety of Tasciaatiag
Peekermasom and Voltam*. I
M . The etch. race amt coatIy.WEDDN 0 PRRIKNTS,
god the MAG ricstifqg greL.Treeiattel team'. Tom
Thamb bythellro vied Beads of Burepo,willb•eilttottod
• MAGNIrICNNT WV ATV ag COLC'f. (rite , lt
1114000) 10 larger theoweboehel baset." drawn by roux
auk. eLLICAT PONI lo the world and attended k
LLFIN COACIIMLN sod rooneri IN LtVg NY, lei I
proiseasde the streets, mad the foot little wooden; will
all ride at ones to It to sad boo the half, of eihthltten
sod the hotel.
ADMISSION 'A cogs. Marto ander 10 rear. of
iv II Coate. nuttily.
TUE KEW YOU WEEKLY HERALD.
TIN aucirrir pins Lf THE WORLD.
The setenelve and comprehensive facilities lb Its porn
seasion *nobles the iitorativortol, the WitIOLT
to guarantee the Patel and most tellable lototmatina
rewbletobeobtained. not call from all parfs of tire
United States, but from all papa of tha world.
• Its home corteopoodmate, engaged at hairy cost, sad
coneatted with est/fnow naval end military expeddlon
of tie goreroment, pirovs that it It deter'', tned to leave
so spot uncovered by Us opecatiore sad no event can
occur tut shall not nod tormedieto report in its column..
It wet; the proprietor over one hundred thousand dol
l i tr:zrzoar to obsistai Its. corps o fcorrespowileate
• In its coUatlon of Foreign News ; the litigate hie far
rows beide high peodlloa, and it will endeavor is the
kW* to niallitaln the stead it has assumed. It has
l=wormapondeate initiated 1* al of the priaelpel
of the world,
- Its telegraphic arrangemenbe sabred to wherein? the
Mot& trim ate stretched. 'When the Atimstis cubit is
WA. which feet will Ikea w aCeouiphspeg, telegrams will
bs seadved from Strop' and !Asia, se veil se.frotri the
Cheitaillitahle. Theo oar ataista will have the wrath' of
tho week in all parts of the cirillied world rtgularly end
eleerty laid Warp them.
The projahitor devoted a partite of the paper to Lite
maim 100. Agriomituro, the Ifeelenhie Arts. Sport
ing Matta% Braises; Theatrical lad Finaaclal Deports,
CaUlo Markets, General Kowa and reports of all events
oalchlated to formara eviellent Metropolitan newepeper
weekly pbetographis view of the events of the world
sad all at a very low price
The Weekly herald is homed every Saturday mornlag,
sad [waisted at !be following rats. :
Ons leer it
; Three copies t 00
FtweeOpies. 111 00
Tea 111 00
Any 'Wier OtiSoCrei, addresred to names of subesalben,
utra eopy will be sent to every club of ten. '
Twenty copies, to ems adinsa, one - year, 1, 24, mad any
larder Dumber at mise prlte.
1n a:tra eopy irllifi.lent to elabe of twenty.
Advertiesientsialinated narobes will be inserted
In the Weekly Herald. • ',
The Daily Hasid, tame oen4 Der copy. Text dollars
per pear for three handfed and 'kir-throe 1 / 1 1:11111. PITO
dollars for six months. Two donors and fifty *mita is
JANIS doRDnYi ll IniNVIT,.
Fditer and Proprietor.
Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau streets,
Deeirableproperty for Sale.
Tim UNDER/SIGNED OFFERS
at petestersete the lionee sad Lot ocett- g
pied by James Lytle, on Fifth arrest , Brie
tb. You too large twoe , atoty (mute one, and is
well adapted for a boarding house.
Also,* Lot on Third St, between liasearras and Myrtle,
Also, half-lot on IZintb street, between Ifyttle sad
LET T ERS OF ADMINISTRATIOIS
Ittotart been grante4 to ibio itudetalvtod. on the
ee,ere of A. W. Nobel t on. ete'd.Onle of Waterford t ore.,
leis Co.; Pa.; Motu" to liembr! given to alt taco, iet
tleteeseltee led.* ml to the Pllqe Lr mak* Immediate
paiwteet, awl Uwe, hiving claim's alma the mid .ittate
will pliant them, witholti doloYiiusWit "ibtr't l eatt 4,
tot eettlertont. • P. "?. JOUROI,
Waterford, Mar.% f Admiolttalot.
M.ministr , atoi's Notice.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION
ha boo granted to the undersigned. oa the
We Mr Joke irtart. deed, 10.• 44 Wham( township. aria
Cie, Pa.; Notice hi herrny Oren; to ail knowing *him
selvesladisbted to said rotate to make immediate say
arst..and thaw having se-ounit &must the tame, will
prosiest tome, properly antwrotleat.d,for sett ratio t-
HLNEIC VOUar, at:Waist's:or.
Laded. March 6. 15t14-6.•
$225. SEVEN OCTAVE 8225
Rosewood :Pletio-Fortes 1
OROVISTI:ZN k CO, 494 BROA DW•T s N.Y.
NE Enlarced Scale PianoTert es,
bleb htert fraprerre , 6 trig. Thirty years' fili
parimieft VOMIT tattooed localities for rte.:Adult-
Hag. vivaaree as UP sell for Cant , at •he s- ore una lu ally
My aro. Oar taatnance; a received the highest myriad
et. F0..r,, and for eve voeceelee per, at lb.
kgrarkaa famite. Wanented eve reale taus star
VIM ar. sandlot vlsruriptiva circular.
in. alkali Photograph Llbams h Prism
I WILL sencLoos ofj my lierhuiful
graph Albums. made from the finest Tarim, Moroc
co. with doable hen' told plabsd extension &ewe, std
a *NM* priao r tmosprna. pee-paid, for Ere di!ian.
Ns ems need sUd the mousy till they Snow laid Prise
VIM theolepaby the Album.. , l'ersoos cut first send en
their sum and try their luc k . They will be notified by
retsresaii of thermelt of it iliatribotios, when they
have the 'abhor of essltaff , for toe album and prise or
set, as they doom Splendid inducements or egad to
fieffibtftel aria won IRdtbiontn. partlesdass,
net et mail. Ad.trese (with stamp for
Cit peoboge) Mrs. LUCYI LILS
AL'. box &565, Items
E r P. R.--Any person who will not eat this 'dyer.
tfeeemet sad eadeoa it fa a letter to some *feud in the
and notify me of the Gat and in whom way. shall
by ninth Ilan a thetitiftil sod exact Ufa photo-
T li eett g re sl G rb4no r r lb tg " P e r!o n t t i::
itheaVaaa el lock, as beth can bassos in 026 Wier.
Dow vi s ch ka 4 . , ea,Yb e Court at Commssa Pleas
I . of E lie Cmanty, No. 45 of Feb.
Lira & m u m& l rain, SEAL Altai Subpoena to
THE DEFENDANT IN THE ABOVE
stated aw e Is herb notiped to appear it the
Caen of Comakokflassi to twi h: id at CllO 10 aatiter the
email etirtiken the sornid 'Monday ,ttl i Lards' rent,
sadnarreat the wad iiontigatate a 4 show arm, It any
she lit*, whys divorce frbm the bonds of matrimony
&said sot be granted tb mid 'plain ad.
kble. , ALLEN A. CRUD, Sheriff.
NEW FURNITURE STORE.
J. H. RIBLIET a CO.;
Weald zwrettalit Worn WI 'Olio tat tiny have
- IN GABLE'S BLOCK,
Between Bth and 9tb. Streets, on State,
when they hand to kesi eeastiaUT on Mad a fall
. amortroant of
gm in WELL 80.6 ma ruarrns.
ar We tivetatally 10/itit r, dare of the Fatale pate
Iwy•-a I^4, ' it
J. It. MI X%
"- Philadelphia l ls Erie B.
Elapea lima bars to r t a r sad Nortdvist
nties et P 62129122669 26 tluKtAty 21 , 1C22, oa
WIN It baa bees leaakl by the Paausybaand
01 1 1. and ander their a sa p tail D'eapidty b.i. g
*prat Weiviimat itaant*.lase.
It Isla ass for radeangar and Prided ballads.
te Inaporima, (106 idled) on atm Eastern
DI wed Ilya 9 . 901210. to 141 a. niila9 on th e
• nmerTAIIINOPM 111' sals. 4
Trila Laaiai:::.7.:"" • 10 so A::
9 60 A.
Testa Alewives .—. • ~ 6 114 T. I
pa C. spew Alul and marut ala i and tor Fridght
1.11. 40622 UM sad Market attests.
J, A. 1:144 •
J. 11. UAL. soot N. C. R. 11., Italtbsom
1/1: IL EOUSTON. Deadmil"Pliki aavnt. redlad'a.
I. ZOO rf t 6loooral ric
e rs Scutt. Phllata,
JOS. D. r h
osE% Elemaral /tanagr, llMamoort.
. , aims warn4raominaa. The
blellibetared at this estebllshisast has obj
'shaded aid . prmalitly
entering by the gaudily sUI Ism It
. ; e
/.11 L: . • • n•iv.
Yolk cur. N. T
Thera are ao.trarrltai *Beats tin. the herald.
Far, tarsi apply to J. 9. Lyt'o, Bp na!o, or to '
• „FipErn 4
p 45't s 7 4 pR *.:D S
*Howie l v.irit RET,
T TAKE PLEASURE in anew)
A OP visions
i Oil I bur Wel too say
raplaiN NU t
Which rill letobto yes to twhatan zed seat
• °CHOIR THAW HERATO/OAL
flaetao trot to 'simians Go to the by 4
nowt *ha 114 1 0.9 8061 Pala* it Iteepetles
nit them ; have the Misillief dot to tgi
wk. the' ' !
MINIM PATENT EOM k
dry tial beeat *lair sestairm aad asl7 eek
tamal e to matte , y mei Imo se to Near claw r
ttr me owe as the ell wet.
;re. Planer Boot we& *a Woolent. ; It ti
!rut the 'tut ma one Vera dta cute Use. My
• warm( OtrahtEßT
1114 tamale my own sal
M. J. COTTER'S
mpeo i t ettestiog. Th, latter Is net ettelLei e ,
aloe fa the 000ttri. lbohe salt Elms nigh*,
sotto. , Cosetmati oerhaeOl a lave alai et
Lgarii,l4 LASTS 41110 FINDINGI
•Teadarfar toy Hoods to emy Canada obi
PIA laat *ad bem!
• atr cS f Or mute, sad sow
to eat aad eatiallet taf PHA Whys
OF Emu; tt. Y.,
HAS- LOCATED IN ERIE ; -p,
• &safe eatituag. dar.• Z. N. Woo
mot .0•• Uwe, VIVA he ta rowel •
'inhalation of Oxyga
ALL DISZASCS OF TRIt HUNAN s'
no °Med breathed directly toe the
email thew carried kW the l'e /41, eraellit
Mies crew the aratalt, eel bealleg ram mid
with whisk it iway arse la e.o.m. Them
Colds aad Goesamptioa, to • last et iwy .
breathe. By the ishalittlea of ernr
become eityweabal sad
like dew bean the mai
Abs adallakustkpsof theeriges
the fallowing dissealai pppepera,
Plhaltattes. btailyeth si=t ,
Nerrosswer, Cr.. wham( .same; Whet
itheesi j jhregtlllima
Zidarry cespielate.lll We
the kinds, ea
We trust we halm add awash to emu
sophism! shag Ibeelkway at the ammo
remedial sweat and to Weft the animal
wires at oweehal.ir Wale treetweal.
llereartilllMlLT draws hew VA, rote
Volutes" twthwerrials hoes preesiamst
York sad Breoklya, who have beta -
w hereon' at lite room.
hours trees I a. a. ter p.
idwwwweere the obea.
Atblrie L IL , IIOIIILBOSTI ROOT & aHOL
Abe spot tor the tele et De , Primo
Treat.% et 214 pep% es Immodiele. -
) 6 1 3
WILL Ili Mcr
ON 1111' 13? OP MEL
lit-Cipan with a Maw
Hama; Itaddle and
styles of Hatawa, SoldWl feu
In inalq, Valises. Travollag
A short etstasoo North of his eli a
Thookfal for the patrosage kith.)
roopoetfolly melt:its a spatting
Or ilopairtag doss promptly '
CI ANGE OF HO's _
Vass srIU ton* Daskirk. &tabor
alit Borer —.......... I -
. i 11 ,
Stock itipress.-.. .. ...3 11 , .
hit height.. ........ '. ..... :::::....... 4 ll'i
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