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amigo rnii Valitiral Stta.
tvabbinston union. , I
ttween Peru and Bolivia, it
de that the former country,
previous conflicts, will this
part to which Belzu; the 1
songs, is composed of the low- I .
population, and, though bear- !
Derncerattc party, has all along
free Convess; has favored the
storial limit; of the power of
sought to oppose, from motives
'tercets of foreign commerce.'
at one time or another, ilith
A' nearly all the South Amer.
in with those of France a nd
the prudence to conciliate,
the American representative;
his metudreless ambition, his
s foreigners, his disposition to
sot to do away with commerce,
passions of the lower orders,
ices he inabodieq, -anal 'whose inter
and of whom are composed the
at the point of the bayous* bore him'
render him necessarily the object of
dislike to allsholding liberal and intel
s, or who have any interests at issue
at stake. Greatly as these hateoPeru,
nor b gladly witness the triumph" of
_.....s by a solid texiy .. ig HI. the le,
w hiih - w ould re s ult in the reinstate- f -
i ,yard, and on proceeding there found a number of
P art y f ar more assimilated in its v iews pieces ofice, which appeared to have been drigiri-
Its of the United States than those ; a ll y (me piece broken by the fall. When to
ly bear the name of liberals. : getlier they would weigh about two pounds.—
true disciple of Roses has warred 1 . 1
The garden at the back of Ake house had also a
both national and pers'onal. P
- ern j large number of pieces of ice scattered over it,
account to settle with him,, in his is: ' and a skylight at the top of the house was smash
be an article of treaty between 80l- ed by the hail stones.
cnuntrY, dated 1847, by which it 1
The noise of the falling hail on the Crystal
that, in • order to the prosperity of 1 p alate was tremeadoea—the dome satiate as an
republics, no depreciated money immense drum.
ienceforth emitted. Not only has ' - •
the Peruvian merchants D: e, ilg the storm 11( most disaieroua accident
permis- - , u
up town, by which three perawns lost
assayed ingots, hut compelled them their li eu* and seven others seriously injured, some
it the v , oluation of a dollar, a sum
~/.., is „over,/
wo-thirds o€ that amount. As Peru scene .
scene of the accident: in Forty-third street,
than specie from Bolivia, it is
between Fifth and Sixth avenues, at a newly
ith this money, which ' the
the Ponr erected fnufte building opposite leating's Obser
who-m it eirculateseannot or will , vatory,
which belongs to S. P. Townsend, and_
. from what is of more intrinsic
ere it otherwise, the depreciation i was not e i ntirely completed. It is also opposite
the Crystal Palace. During the storm this band
” the money declares a
is own - counteraction. But because l ill,
which was tw4 stories high ,
_ and roofed in,
as overturned instantaneously by the hurricane
formaly renders itselfiEsweiable for •
that blew about five o'clock, and levelled in a m -
all is right in poplar estimation. :
ment to the ground. At the time that the aeci
calling these in, and making good i i
dent occurred there Were six men employed on
value according to treaty, Belzu the ground Soo rin plastering the walls, three of
it at work day and night to throw out them , ae
plasterers, one of whom was the boss,
' this wretched coin. The insult re,
named W illiam; McCracken; and who was killed,
'ern in theperson of her minister by . w ith
at of Bolivia may be considered '
, two othere. There were three other a
' era on - this floor. On the upper floor there were
motive to present hostilities Albin_ ! °their_ workmen employed in fitting the. pipes
of a financial and political system i and other similar work, the building being in-,
alike to her commerce and hen in- tended, we believe, for a saloon, and in addition;
. Other interferences have only been i
to these there was a large number of people who
this has a plain and very practical end
had sought 'temporary shelter when the storm
the importance of which will give vigor 4
e on. So sudden was the widen!, that no
movements, and assures reward to . time was
given for escape, the whole building
et success. • . ' ',; being prostrated without even the shadow of a
i tn. warn g.
nit OCCWIENCE.—On Friday last,, Eight bodies were taken from the ruins last
c ase of suicide occurred at Earlville, : night; whether any other persona were likewise
ty. Mr. James Supple, an engineer i buried was not know*. It is to be hoped that
reland and Pittsburgh Railroad, and such is not the case, and thatthe several moons
of good character and industrious : who' took shelter during the storm escaped in
mated his life with poison adininia - , time from the falling) bu In the excite- i
lie own hand. Determined upon ear
the purpose, he had procured a large ; ment and confusion of so dreadf ul a scene it is al-
most impossible to - get at the the simple truth; 1
laudanum, and when the cars , stopped , so many exaggerated reports are immediately 1
l a , was seen to drain off the contents, spread that the bad is often increased a thousand 1
the bottle away, and then walked corn-_ fold or worse Wetherefore sincerely hope that
to the supper table; sat down and swan-
a clip of tea, rose from the table with the the above list contains the names of all the Suf.
of the ' )121 alread: visible. The syrup- ferers, and such appeared last night to be the op- y
i'inion of these about the spot. The place where
_ and soon the dreadful truth flash- the accident occured was guarded last night by
friends, and their worst fears were
.:. a part of the nineteenth ward police, who. appear
mat before medical aid could be pre-,
tohave exerted thenmelves to the utmost in !we
ir" too late to re li eve him, and he died i serving order and relieving the sufferers.,
hours.—Ravetore (0.) Sentinel.
Moan BUILDINGS ' DEMDLISUED.---Yitsterity
: afternoon, about 5 o'clock, a new brick building,
1 in the course of erection, situated at the foot of
X%..., •A•l4. a ...Av...." ?Iv. ,Is • : ••.. a , It.. Murk,* dune
by tho storm.
_A man of the name of Charles Flynn, who re
' sided in Forty-fourth street, between the Tenth
and Eleventh avenues, was passing by at the
; time, and was struck to the ground by a ladder
, that was against the above building, and which
, likewise fell. lie, was taken up dead.
A portion of the new buildings in course of
' erection between Thirty-sixth streets, on the Se
cond avenue, was injured by lightning. , The flu'
id having struck the end wall, rent it from the
main building, carrying with it some part of those
adjoining. 'hough several workmen were on
the buildings at the time, and all sensibly felt
the shock, yet fortunately none 'of them coffered
any material injury.
PLATY.—Crowds upon crowds are re-
wending their way to the Pacific this
50... .0 raugae men , Or ear
`tout women, are to be seen in the moc,
but iii all, fathers, mothers, and chit
.: last report is that ovtr si.r thousavd
with thirty thousand hdad of cattle, over
musand horses and mules, and ttceN kw
dleep, had' passed Fott Kearney prior to
21st. This, remember, is only one route
e 'Pacific: All the others, it is said, -are
.wded.—Olercland Denloll'll . •
;$' E AVEsTI..--On Friday; at 4i P.
• o nel Lawrence, Esq., was in Boston, hay-
Leanne, 111., at 3 o'clock Wednes
r ;He came by the way of Chicago,. looked
Cleveland ; called at fluffalo, was sped
plain by the "lightning express" train
' bang, and whisked .over the Western and
- r Raili+cnids to Boston:. Once, and with
memory of the middle aged man of this
:uffalo was 'considered quite "out west."--
.:., but yesterday, was a "far off land."---
Nmerchint shakes hands and bids good !iye
customers, 100 miles west of that, and in
' , is and as. hour and a halt greets Ids
- in Boston! It is in fact only &cot k rt .__
The Albany knickerhorkf;,- says: - A par
young Shakers, numb,.,,ring -twelve, the
- shout five year.: and the oldest about
, attracted cenc.:lderable attention in town ;
'edne B dAYJ They wereneatly dressed,
remarimbly healthy, and them
wltd a propriety Commendable in all well
:ug children. We could not help thinking
nob better these children were off than if
with their fathers and mothers. running
- is and learning the iniquity of city life.
w the little fellows doing good service to
Harris's dinner table. They were broUght
- city on an excursion, in charge of the
z.—On Tuesday afternoon, a young
of the name of Conr a4 List, of
twitted suicide by hanging, on
.oad, near _lndianapolis, whither
ir the purpose of marr3ring- a girl
as betrothed in Pittsburgh - . Lis
a finding her engagpil to loother,
a note as the cauee.—Cinciannti
ar Department, the Washington
of the New York Times •says, is
racrdinary amount of military jaip-
Pacific Coast, in anticipation of
which may arise, requiring an
itnre of sulphur, altpeter, and
and iron: It is stated that .a ves
for the purpose, is now loading at
ith ordinance stone-for San Fran
hat the Gorernment 'has recently
fast wailing schotiner, to sail soon
for th same des tination, with
, s-Master's Depot.
says: The 'wheat hirrest will be
some places in this country dur-
In the vicinity of Willmingten,
mte parts of New Jersey, a could
:3' of wheat was cut hit week.
quite favorable for hay making,
were quite busy in securing their
ten persons living on farms
r, on the road from Palmer to
rhikw united ages amount' to 807
were born, =mind, and 'have al
re. None of the 'ten - wen; ever
is a man in Livtapten county by
of Arthartoti, who, is owe week Jan
ke," thrashed four hundred Umbels of
three constables sad seven deputy sheet",
s th l medal?
Tremendous Bail Storm
Yesterday afternoon, betweeei 5 and 41 o'clock,
our city was visited by one of tie mots-tremend
ous hail storms that we ever reananbir to hat*
seen. The wind, that during Ike tidy part of
the day had been boa the nsethesati - suddenly
veered rotted the - northwest; and then vain
changed to the east, bringing with it a heavy
thunderstoim. The most peculiar phenomenon
was the sudden hurricane, and the storm, not of
hail, for that would be too unmeaning a term to
describe it by, but of pieces of ice, which came
clattering down upon the roofs of the houses like
a shower of brickbats. Extraordinary as it may
appear, this is the nearest resemblance that can
be given to the noise that the storm produced;
but simpler enough, this phaesommottWOoleitir
local, not extending over the whole etty, for in
some parts the fall of hail had become-modified
into rain, probably having melted in its paseage
to the earth.: •
In order that our readers may not suspect ire
of exaggeration we have appended two instances - ,
of what this hail storm was:—
The shipyard of Mr. Thomas Collyer, at the
dry dock, was covered with irregular sha ped pie
ces of ice, or large clusters of hail stones Sev
eral of them were . measured, one of which was
di inches in circumference, another 7 inches,
and a third meascred S inches long and 2 iucbea
The inhabitants of a house in Waverly p a 4
were entitled by a solid body fallin; the
A FENt.m.r, Ihsortsen As .t 3tax..--At about'
1 o'clock on Saturday morning, a beautiful riling
girl, aged about 19 years, by the hanie of Mir"
Ma r y Williamson. was arrested in the eighth
ward and brought before Lieutenant Warlow,
charged with having violated the statute law of
Our State in disguising herself as a tank. She
wa,s attired in checkered pantaloons, light vest.,
black frock coat, patent leather boots, joeekev
cap, - Byron collar, fancy. cravat, Aida needle
worked bosomed shirt. The young heroine car
ried with her a large cane, and when taken into
custody was limping along Canal street, appar
ently closely watching some person or -persons
employed in a, dry goods store in that vicinity,
but for what purpose has not been •aseertaithsd.
Her hair was crop* close, and her personal ap
pearance was such as calculated to ,dneeive„the
most of persons iu, discovering her :sex. She
would give no account of herself, except that she
was - It boarder at Fanny Leasington s; and the
presiding captain committed her to await further
action in the matter.—X Y Times.
FATAL DtiEL.—At a late hour last night, we
were informed by Lieut. Petrie, of the First Dis
trict Police, that a duel had been fought. in the
afternoon, between Mr. Cohen, editor- of the
Louisiana State Ca.7ette, and the .editor of the
other Gernuum paper, published on Poydras tr. The
parties fonght.with pistols, at fifteen pates distaus.
It is reported that Mr. Cohen Bred first—his an
tagonist. reserving his tirc.—and that then. Mr.
Cohen advanced ten .ceps and receiyed the fire
of the typosintng party at five paces distanoe.—
Rumor has it that the ball took effect about the
middle of C en'a body, inflicting a wound that
is pronoun mortal. The place where the ren
countre too place was not mentioned, nor was
any cause stated for the diffieulty.—Areie Orkatts
LATER FROM UTAH TERRITORY.-44veral Per
sons have arrived at Independence, , blissocui,
from Utah. They left On the 21 of April last,
and report everything prosperous in that Terri
tory. Emigration waa getting well, with
the exception of being rather crowded beyond
the jundion of the Northern and Southern routs.
The 'small pox had broken dut among the In
dians, and, from what they - could learn, near one
thousand must have died with it from ach tribe
of the Cheyenne and the Shoshonee or Snakes.
Some three handred of these dead bodies were
piled into one house, and then the house was set
I A Rica Btooma.—ln Baton Rouge; La., a
Orman beggar, irlind, befitted *bus
of a gentleman, tiered him five dol
ts if he would owing: $lOO bill) Imagine
suprise when the beggar quietly took the
litaidred dollar bill, and after placing i it near his
defective eyes, deposited it, in one pocket, while
With the other he took out a filthy- :wallet, from
which he counted out uincty-five dollars, which
he handed over t.; the gentleman, leaviog the
contents of his .wallet unez.hausted-
lir Dr. Wheeler, whose drug store is New
York was destroyed by a mob List week, is con
sequence of the finding of *mail boats upon the
a pe a, be sent is a bill of 13,000 for thwasiges,
(frit 01 . tthil Obstrber.
• BRIE, PA. .
:SATURDAY itiORANG. JULY A, 1853
. $: I $8: . $ .87
PIA CANAL COMMTIMONICR;
THOMAS H. FORSYTHE,
FOR AUDITOR GENERAL;
1 rote SCIVETOIL OENZTIAL;
. J. PORTER 'BRAWLEY ,
The following strong and*anly article, endor
sing the adasiuistration q( Gov. Bigler, we take
from the "Poople . ,' Athocate," anew Democratic
paper juel started at Bloomfield, Perry county.
Theist iA uo doubt that itumbodies the sentiments
of nine-tenths of the Democracy of the State; and
that, at the proper time, that sentiment will be
made manifest by s triumphant re-nomination
• \ "Siam. the dais. of the pure and upright Si
mon Snyder, we have not had at the head of the
Keystone State, a man so deeply loved as
Bigler. Every act othis sncressful Administra
tion his been digitated by the, most unerring .wis
dont, and with the sole iew to lighten the bur
den of the tax-payers, and to wake his wnstitu
ents_prosperous and contented. His fidelity to
the Constitutions of the Nation and our State,
has workfor him a reputation as exten.ive as our
Itepublie. When he was before the people for
their suffrages '
he adopted no time-serving poli
cy. He took his positiou on the broad plat ,
form of the National Democrat.), and boldly pro
claimed that the nation demandetkpeacc and tran
.quility from the agitators of the slavery question:
He had not two plaforms intended for -either side
of noon and Dixon's line, as his tuinuing'rival
Ha., he redeemed his pledges? Ile stand,
firmly now 20 , ever on the Democratic platform.
He advocate:i as eloquently now as ever, the cher
ished creed- of the Republican Democracy, and
we challenge any man to point to-a - single deed
of his Gubernaiorial life, not in accordance with
the voice of the people.
The people from on" end of the State to the
other, .demand his nomination for a second term.
He will be our standard-bearer again, and no man
who -dares to -enter the field against him; and to
encounter such an invincible antagonist. will ever
be hauld of after the day of the election.
There is an eTeaa. - 1 reason that the Democra
cy of Perry sharld insist early upon his re-nom
inatiou. He is a native of our soil, and here he
first learned the principles- which he has advoca
ted so long and zeslowiy, and which has made
him the pride of our Commonwealth. Let - us
then give his administration an' Ardent and un
swerving eppport, that he may carry out the be
nign principles - of the Democratic party, and be
proclaimed the next Governor of Pennsylvania
by an overwhelming majority.
A GOOD APPOINTDIS.NT.—We are pleased to
learn from- Washington that Dr. J. A. Morrison,
of Chester county, has been appointed by the
Secretaty of the Treasury,, In'spec tor of Drugs for
the port of Philadelphia. Dr. Morrison ii a
physician of high standing, and hi served in
the lower House of Congress. A . more urbane
gentleman does not eiist in the state, and we
chronicle his apPoiOnleits, with Sileatnuo.
Itir Win) is Hz?----The Ow.ctic, in • speaking
of the, nett Gubernational contest in this State,
says that "kith Pollock, a Curtin or a Niter
for agstandard-bearer, and with bold hearts and
steady hands in conducting the contest, glorious
success is sure to crown their efforte." -We've
heard of Pollock and Fuller, but who the" dick
ens is "Curtin?" Where does he belong, and
what is be famed for? Did he kill an "injin,"
like Gen. Markle, Or ishis fame coeval with that
of the immortal Ritzier? Does he drink Monon
gahela, like Rill Johnston. or does he own a
furnace, like Gen. Irvine? Pra2, , ,tell us. and re
lieve an anxious public'
lir It THERE A WEIIO PARTY?-11e Whigs
of Wistxmain, recently met in Convention to nom
inate aState ticket, but made no farther progress
than the nOmination of a candidate for Governor,
and he has since deelined the hOnor of being ben
tan. The whip of that State will therefore be
without any-ticket for the fall campaign . . It is
sappOsed the whip of ,this State, nt the-neit On
‘'iwirnatorial contest, will follow the example of
their 'late" Wisconsin brethren. If, however,
they conclude to take the field, it is the opinion
of their shrewdest men that they will be beaten
to the tote of about a million! • ,
Owxts UP.—The Newarkk.N. 4.) L'oyfe con
tains x communication from a Whig who says he
wrote teach and spoke more against Franklin
nerve while a candidate fur the Presidency, but
since the object of his assaults has been installed
in the, Whitv House, be has jsited him. and has
changed' his Mind entirely': He says:
"So one can pass an hour with him without
being impressoi with the conviction atilt Frank
Pieter is a man of marked. traits of character—
sagneicina and ,fiscriminating—quick to perceive
and prompt to act—,always ready to listen to ad
vitas—but possessing a_ strong will and a firm
mind.' 'There is a peculiar expression about his
eyes, indicative of the character of the mar as
developed since his inauguration.. It is that—
so to speak—of a person who knows himself
tborougly, and, what is of equal 'importance,
knows those by - whom he is surrounded. He
who aspires to overreach Frank Pierce must rise
esrly In the morning,"
os. A VALCABLElsvErriiozi.-:-The Wash
ington Galen Rays that Levi 'S. Reynolds, Esq.,
of Indiana, has obtained a 'patent•for a new
ing machine; called" Th. ht..ll(tta Brats Duster."
The millers of Georgetown, D. D., and those of
Indiana, Ohio, Virginia, and Maryland, who have
it, testify that , it I , very ~ .iruple, durable, and re
quires but Hui, power, while it takes—after the
bolts can get no mare flour—from one and a quar
ter to tvirrels of good tear from the offal of
each hundred barrti.... General li.,lleynolds, bro
ther to the inventor. we are informq, has par:
chased the right to Prance, Great Erliaiu, and
colonies, and will soon export his patents.
This invention affectikhe great wheat interest
of the countri, and is of itnumnae. value. The
value of this inv e ntion will be understood sthen
we know that 200,000 barrels of floorwonld be
saved in the United States by its use.
leer Another Maria Monk i• in the field. A
female telling herself Saint Agnes is lecturing itt
New a rk, N...., MI lie Anterior life ofeenvents,
ht which she claim• to have pasaed twenty years.
She'd better enter into a partnership with Fath
er arrand, They'd be a pais; of beauties!
sir Hon Win. J. Boma, tonnorly Lt auja
sant l*t Master (hams), has been " . 7. •••
General Mail Agoot tor Am; thaw Al indium
aid D4iakahl• . • ; •
-- -~~ - --
1400 , 0 ii *kaiak% 44 44,1. I - A
" lite Days keg la* 7rasatsee."
A few yearsago the wordsuManifest Destiny'
were, in ,the anion of some, all unmeaning Nem;
or at. beatthnOthelistie soma by *hj* political
enthusiiints *ed to eater the votes efyouthrul,
energetic "Ifoung Aninr 4 e"." 1.711°4 drgrh" Pt" -
ed. "Manifest Destiny . ' is written upon every
pitge of the future. With unerring linger it points
to the h eading of our
,p a ragraph sod sap, thttt
will become , commo n announcement for newt;
from our Pacific States; and poseeieiwu, ere many
.tuore cycles of the earth. This, to staid, sober
hold back "old fogyism" trill, doubtless, seeinr
itibnend, brit look at the last tea years ai d see
what this same "Manifest Destiny" h o ' o &man .
plished in that time, and then telt us if the Pa
cific Railroid is au improbability: Ten years
ago thegreat State of California, with its vast re
v:mires and its teeming population, was not dream
ed,of even in the philosophy of the entlottriast.—
Utah, and Oregon, and New Mexico, what were
they ? The first a howling desert, absolutely un
known, save to hunters and trappers; now a pop
ulous territory, inhabited by:Mormons, 't is true,
but still a cultivated, growing rounuonwealth.
.Oregon, a wilderness in dispute, know to the ad
yen terons few, and appreciated only for its furs
and peltries. Now it' is fast preparing for ads
mission as a State, and nearly ready to take rank,
in our national councils. with Delaware, A l lan.
sea, and Florida. • Ten years ago New Mexico
and Texas were-net marshaled under the broad
wings of our Eagle, but now both rejoice, the one
in the protection afforded by oar troops, and the
other as a sovereign State of the Union. And
all this has been accomplished by the resistless
strides of "Manifest Destiny." What then will
hinder the.construction of the Pact Railroad
within the next ten years? - We hafFtutans am
ple, and tipt times demand it. Cortgress saw this
at he Lutestession, and it took the initiatory step
to 'put tit): bail in motion." Money was appro.
printed for the revormoisance of three or fou r
ferent routes, and the parties - detailed for that
purpose are now all entente to the Pacific. They
will all, doubtless, be ready to report by the time
the new Congress, will& meets in December, will
be ready for action; .and there is not a particle of
doubt that the project will receive the cordial en
dorsement of that body, in some shape What
that shape will be we, of course, do not know,
neither is it important; but when suck men as
Risk, and Mutates, and Beitou, and Guinn,
and Hamlin, and Weller, move in a project like
this, it is evident that it is bound to go ahead in
the moat speedy and practical manner possible.
Besides, ,the construction of this road will in
the end, prove an immediate saving to the Gov
renment in more ways thari one. In keeping the
Indians upon our frontiers quiet, in the transpor
tation of mails and public stores, in facilitating
commerce between the Atlantic and the Pacific,
and thus rendering a reduction of our naval force
practicible. Besides, the spirit of the age ii
'against our continuing to make a voyage of five
months, twenty-five thousand miles, around a
stormy cape,'to get to Axis, when with this road
we On make it in thirty days. Then, are we to
let England and Russia gnaw their way into In
dia and As i a; rib' these magni fi cent ....tore-how
es of their wondegul wealth, while we arc depen
dent upon European nations, for Asiatic products
shall tire, a 4, thy elOctitet,./IVITIPt recani
rirtat ni2 Ant will turn the Asiatic
trade of Europe through the heart of our own
America—become the mistress of that trade—
rich at home and powerful abroad. But it is
useless to further enumerate the manifold advan
tages that are to inure to the people and the
"Model Republic" by the realisation of the truth
of our heading in the construction of this road.
They cannot fail to strike the mind of the intel-
ligent reader at the first glance;—as a means of
Strength, of defense and offense in case of war, as
a Rreventative of war by keeping our border neigh
bors, Great Britain and Russia, on their good!ba
hatior; for we dy not believe there is a nation on the
globe WM, that• considers itself strong enough
to go to war with us, (always excepting Mexico,)
.but will only view it as a means of prosperity and
happiness to us and to the nations of the Eastern
world and of the Islands of the Great Sea. Look
ing upon it in this light, we firmly believe that
the revolution that4eztow going on in China will
lead to; the opening of the whole Empire to the
free trade and commerce of the world; and we
belies e this consummation will be reached with
in the next two years. We belie - ve further, that
the Government of the United States is not going
to send out a fleet of a dozen ships to Japan sim
ply beg the favor of a small port for coaling
purposes for our vessels, and if we are refused,
as the administration knows well we shall be, to
turn away meekly and quietly return home and
report their ill success; but we are fully persuad
ed that Com. Perry has orders, if the oyster res
olutely refuses to open hie' shell, to stick a knife
in and, open it for him; and that the opening of
the Chinese Empire to . Eitropean trade will be
but a Short prelude to the opening of a trade frith
fifty minims of japanese—a trade which will be
"in spices, aromatics, precio.ne atonee,•fine wares,
silks and teas," and numberlese other light but
costly articles, just suited to steamship and rail
road conveyantes. We believe that in leas then
two years the United States will own the Sand
wich islands, which wilLbe a convenient stopping
place for oar line of steamers to China and Ja
pan, to coal, water'and provision. We believe
that we ha got to swallow the Northern part
of Mcxi , r California and Sonora, if nor
the w e of' the snaky :Republic, within a very
short time. Our rattlers will perceive that we
have faith in progress, and are somewhat inocu
lated with the doctrine of "Manifest Destiny."
But there is no use in closing our eyes to facts,
and we have no disposition to do so." There,
that'll do for the week after 'the day we celebrate,'
so we close for the present.
GEN. CASS ON llNci.r. Tows casni.4- 2 .002.
CILIA, in a recelt speech, speaking of such works
as 'Uncle Tom's Cabin," gam "I have seen
more wretchedness in one of the prom capitols
of Europe, than I ever ,saw in our favored land
among bond. As to starvation, no body r an
starve here, white or black, Onless he wilfully
keeps his mouth shut. And I think that publi
cations originating in a distempered imagination,
or something woi, giving the most exaggerated
description of ail cry, and thus exciting false
impressions, bothiat home - an abroad, should be
discountenanced by every time American."
/far Gov. Wool) of Ohio, has resigned. • The
Cincinnati Coniteierria/ learns from reliable au
thority that he bas accepted the appointment of
Conant to Valptraiso, his resignation so take ef
fpet on the 20th July. He leaves Cleveland, ea
roWle for Lis new station on 'the the 11th Jal,l
- Gov. Madill will, by virtue of his caw,
3.aux.,» esJr . 4 100„.0, 4,, *too'.U.
ny Irmlikeroocker, tithe 4th, inallligeffl l2 a most
pithy review of the past and the prealmt of the
Union. It says t ' •
"ft is seventy-soma year's since Thick Sam
was been, and white an eventful seventy-seven
year. they him been: Seventy-seven years ago
the ',United States were a remoteeirettmstance—
they now comp , * the second commercial Nation
in the world. In three-quarters of century we
have revolutionized the 'World, built up an Em
pire, licked our Mother, - and fenced 'in a Conti
nent. In less time than it took Methuselah to
get out of swaddling clothes, we have made more
petals, tamed more lightning, and harnessed more
steam, and at a greater cent ILI money than the
wick retinue of the world could have paid fcm
the day be got oat of his time. In seventy-five
years we have not only changed the politics of
the earth, but its wearing apparel--cotton shirts
being.as much the offspring of the United States
as ballot-boxes and Democracy. Since the fourth
ofJuly, 1776, the whole world has been to school,
and, what is better has - learned more common
sense than was taught in tilt_ previous four thou
sand years. The problem of self-government has
been solved, and its truth made as immortal as
Washington or yellow corn. Its adaptation to
all the great wants of the must aspiring Nation,
has been made most signally neutifest. Under
ih, harmonious working, a ltepublie has grown
up in int ordinary- lifetime that would have taken
any other system of government a thousand years
to have brought about. Yea, in leis time than
it takes some green -house pietas to arrive at ma
tnrity,are have built a nation that has spread it
self from Maine to llexiem, from the Atlantic to
the Pacific—a Nation that has taught more
whales, licked more Mexicans, planted more-tel
egraph posts, and °wiles more steamboats, than
any Nation that ever lived or ever will live. For
all which, we again say, thank God and pntise
ANOTHER LINO 'OMPLETEL).—•-We Learn fnim
the Cleveland herald that l on Saturday last, the
first trip was made from Terr. 4 Butte. by way of
Indiunapolis to Cleveland by railroad. The Tit;
riems lines composing this route arc s the Cleve
land, Colunibus and Cincinnati Railroad to Gal
lion; thence by the Bellefonte.* and Indiana
road llti miles to the Indian* State line at Un
ion; thence by the Indianapoli s and ftellefoutiine
road $i miles 'to Indianapolis; thence by Terre
Haute and Richmond road 72 miles to Terre
Haute. From this point a road will soon con
nect with St. Louis 105 wiles, thus opening a
a direct aitd rapid route between the great Lakes
and that important city of the West._
Iter Joshua Anderson. in prison at Washing
ton, on the charge of killing a slave of Mr.
Sprigs, at -Williamsport, and now waiting the
mqusition of the governor of Maryland; the Re
public says, was, on Tuesday, married in jail, by
the Rev. John Scrivener, a local elder of the
.Methodist Church. The bride was desirous of
having a bridesmaid, and tho groom a grooms
man; but*, nn being assured that such arrange
ments were not actually required in such delicate
mattem the knot wao tied in the presence• of two
of the jail police. ' - •
FULL COFFEIIB.—The Sub -Treasury in New
York, the Espresssays; is now ftillr than it ev
er was before, running up to eight millions.—
Unle-0, the Government make it•great Facrifiee in
buying up the national debt, 'the •:urplus reve
nue will run over 820,000.000:when I 'ongre-.! re
COL. .1. Ross - Ssow niunber of eit i.
xep+ of Ilitiburgia tendered a pnblie dinner to
Col. Snowden, on the eve of hi; departure frow
that city to enter upon his; dutiet, a, Director of
the Mint at 'Philadelphia, which the Colonel de
clined in a'very neat and appioprisite letter. •
THE _NEXT 1401-m:on—The Pittsburgh Un
ion hoists the 'name -of William Bigler for re
election, to show on which side it will be found
in the next contest: W o e are ready to join the
Mimi, is snort as the time for action arrives.—
So say. the Reading Gazette:, and so say we!
/KirThe Cincinnati Gazette says tludsotne of the
notes of the State .bank of Ohio, now in circula
tion, are sdisgraee to the bank - that issues, and
to the engraver who executed them. We think
- the whole system .is a disgrace to those who
planned it. •
sm. A %Cry spirited canvass is progressing,
1?oth iu Ke . utueki. and Tennessee. The election
in Kentucky' takes place un the first. Monday in
August. :Ind in Tennessee on the first Tuesday of
the same it:Micah. If the Democrat.; should hap
pen tio carry these states, and it now . looks like
it s the question would then he, was there ever a .
Whig party among - W . ! .
I.'norau ß niN E s s ..._i negro man died in New
York last week from eating Strawberries. A
wager had been . laid that he could not eat ten
. e accomplished the feat, wnn the
wager, and died almost immediately after.
ear- 4.counterfeiter from Chemin comity N.
Y., or that neighborhood, made a Professional
Ups through Venango county last week. HO
bought BMtio of the beet homes in that county and
paid for them in apuriotta.billa of theßuffalo City
Bank. The rogue made his escape, and hit name
oonld not bi; aseertainetil.
, SOT *little girl _named Maria Wilkins was
stung to death by hornets, sear Fort Ancient,
Ohio, recently. Her brotheri were th •
donee at the nest, Mad ran away; while Ihe
came . * rvietim to the inhiriated:insects.
lizas.—At Wheeling, Virginia; a few days
ago, a swarm of hoes lit upon a young man who
happened to be Walking in the mad, covering his
head and face, and suspending themselves from
his ears as if immense eardrops. He took the
affair very coolly, and by assistance brushed
them off into a nail-keg, and sold them to a gen.
tleman prt.sent for two , dollars Two' gaup were
the extent of his injury.
Sir The President Laving aeceoptad the invita
tion to attend the opening of tha Cryatal Palace,
will leave for New York on Monday neat.
ler The New Hampshire house of repreaen
tativep, 131 to 114, halt re/toad : in take the Aktitie
liquor law. from the 'obit, which settle% the fate
of the measure tors vear in that mate.
tar A paper ie in circulation in New York
for signatures among the bankers, merchants and
other basiness men of the eity p inviting Mr. A.
Belmont to =wept the complitnent of a public
dinner before his departure for his dipteauktie
poet at the Hague.
ge.„, of tie W. fifty-tiro manses at West
Point, this Ammer, the west sad sosthlad thir
berwi l AT's THATI—Tbe New yak herald
asp it saes it aIIIIOUIIeed lg the Washington 050r
respoadeat of one of ita twlesiporaciaa that the
flay questithi is,
.wk . a fait:* way"( final eckludi
=aloft, add will • Owlishly be aatdad avow "the
Moon htwia." l . Wham ihait
1141 - 4 :*. :4* ,•‘,
"The day we 11. 01
44 of "aelee sag •
41 0 111.
Geril m "otastes, - sad the tire works In the ensuing, very
little of s pablie Ware transpired. The boys commenced
thigime she Wl* sad uNt/simg Nei" gessasay, ea se. af•
.ter 12 o'eloek that there is good reason to suppose • mall
corner of the *Math was smashed, and from that nom am
til the same time the next night we think there valeta /04' -
ond'. Intermission of the Ilstziotie din of powder and Non
metal. Well, the boys must base their fun, and 4th of .li.
ly only COMM once a year, so let 'em go it!
The Teeirneihe GelehrOiesiM Wette r ,te4,ll
snutrwu numerohery Oilier - 4 to the . os:
tire satisfaction of the managers, se Well ae thaw is attend
sacs. The %seat akyittias audit the:lumptees di. Mer
vin Smilb, Esq., Chairman. the exercises were opened by
an aPpropriate prayer from !UM Dr. Lyon. The reading
ct thilliDedahlitien of Indapandamoa by 8. B. Benson, Esq.,
followed, after which Rev. E. W. Jackson. of Philadelphia,
took the mod and delivered an sizidremplzpon the general
Of Temperance which we have heard highly eulo
gized. It seem% to have borne the united characteristics
of logic and eloquence, and to have produced a favorable
impression—an impression ealculated to give • quickening
impulse to the cause of Temperazice. Doubtless, if we had
been upon the ground, we might have picked any quantity
of interesting Items, but as odor engagements ',wonted.
we eiere not-there.
Aa Important Admission
The Advantages el Erie hatter, and the worse then sui
cidal paltry of the untaartment of the New York and Erie
road, in terminating that groat work at Dunkirk instead
of Erie, is jut now, it wears, *wakening the attentiorLof
the New York ;mum. The rirraal abandontnent of Dun
kirk, notwitiatendlng the immense sum the company has
wok there. we deem now a fixed lam." The ..nnuset
entered into this summer to run their passenger! tn Buffa
lo instead of Dunkirk, Is evidence we think of this lifter
naination. Bat it was - not of this point to which we were
about to allude, but to the favorable tone of the New York
press generally tower& the Erie and Little Valley project;
or more definitely and property speaking. "ens Or for
when thie road Ls befit it, together with the Sunbury road,
will unquertionably "eat off:" not only- dlstanee between
the lake!! and New !fork, but.alierge vosonnt of the tinsel
now passing Wong* ileaffelo ea
The following from the Now York.Erstalag roe/namable
an important admission; so - far as Etre ienfinurrued, besides
ehotiing at once the &IA ig which the little Valley road is
slowed now la Now 'lady
As A tartest QT INC Nati ILAIIIJIOAD.—The enter
prising citizens of Chautaaque and Cattaratigu• counties
have found a' way of getting to New Volk from the west by
I more direct route than through Dunkirk or Buffalo, a nd
airetbay have taken atepe to give the public th e b e nef i t o f
the direovery. The Erie Road at present makes a run 0 up
to Dunkirk, from Little Valley creek, about thirty-eight
miles from the former pace. By row/Jiving the ro adie a
direct line to Erie, the travelling - listance. to New York la
A bort serto re g a ma s s ism thaw wear by way of Lowhtdck, mid
aboatferty km thrall way of BtiffO/o. TO realise this econo
my of ipeceand time, a railroad ha- been leer jelled from Lit
do Valley to Erie, running through itraniolph, jumestown,
Aebvale, and Panama to Erie, s diihMed or Digt*
The work is to- cOst $1,200,000 or at the rate of 1.5,4100
per mile. Thirty-three mile• are already under- contract
at this ride, rizteen of which arc to be ready for the cars
OD the trst of January nest, aid the resaddder to the fol.
- Four hundretttlinusand dollars hart Annul, iwen
scribed toward the construction of the road, on the line.—
Subeeriptionv for two Mmtbed tbosiand-awl so he .olicit.td
from this city, payable after the four hundred thousand
4011,41 have been expended: and she remainingtis hundred
thouiand dollars in CO be raised upon the hond. of the com
pany, secured by a mortgage on the road.
Jude Chamberlain, a wealthy citiren ofirmaraantia coun
ty, is president of the company. and t- devoting his whole
energies, and apporentiv with great , OPOC.P. CA it, prompt
Tic iorior of Erie Aa• m, l'rispoetftalt tolorretage over riot
ofDarkirk, ricer it is weedy owe tame or loose warty tirtier
aid later is taco:Tow
it i., perhaps, 7 1 . t rfortustate Am Brie * wet *of °rig-Iwo/1y
Wale use terisistate Xr;or aftAlMai, -fee tkere emit he is.
vuestirdt rear the ,'otere4e !kW gerrot Aigii•toy Jroutel fir
arcatia pr0m0...1 ha this dime( reorreetior orr'tk Lake Krs,
witicA irosid boss .eire• if n were tkr,ded adroit/or or-e
.rompriimy rota. th• wree r ro Maier , tAIII it ante a , Orr.
The oily sf Ar's . o.- lork is &owly interested ia this improve
suet, ow of por in. r. halts clow•erbaeles , li whisk wilt be, to
pot a slop to the ifi'rereioo of western hriflitfTrY frnA di/ cif"
n. n 00.014 its w.yßoirain. - • •
—Kew lure hers been fully con
summated bX w b ieh this itdditerion Will go into operation in
l a fewweek.. IP. Swats, ISM„, of Potoville, haying
taken slam. amount of the work, will be the Cashier:. He
MVP' anion:: MP with the tighter Ammeter e+ a liminess
man and a gentleman, sad we
. hare no doubt under his
management it will prove a highly pcoataktk, as well as
popular institutket. The President he.. not been named,
but we promise it will be some one'of our moot active and
energetic business men. It le tb be leaded in the balding
adjoining the Poeta/ice. formerly occupied by the Cashier
of the United States Bank, which - has been recently pur
chased for the propose. It Is an admirable lokation and
the property a valuta* one.
Votanutemow.—A Imbue on•the sub3ert of COitonitlitloll
Wilt be delivered in Presbyterian Church, (Dr. Lyons') us
morrow, Sabloath evening the 9th inst., at 7} s'elook. by the
Bar. A. R. Qvav, general term of the Pennsylvania Col
onic:Mimi tionisty. All who feel as interest in the welfare
of the colored people of the elated States, and are disposed
to see them colonized 1* Africa; where they may become a
free, prosperous and indepeedest satiou_of Christian Pia
pie, are respeetfully invited to attend this Lemurs. As the
Speaker is familiar with the subject, the information given
by bim dill be reliable and intereeting.
.151)..The Conneaut Reporier, in hiring an account of the
celebration at that place, thtnr notiem the kale Firemen
" At 7 eedock a train. arrived from Me wide aseapaniee
No. 2, and 3 of Erie Firemen. with their hirsuriful Engine!'
and HOll4l CAM, who were revolted as ports of oar Fire
Company. They presented a toe and iarpomiagappeareasee,
and elicited great interest from the thousands thavnging the
sidewalks and streets."
The notorious Joe Barker, ibrinerly llayor of Pitts
burg, Preached M Cleve` end en Sunday mooing lam week
on the square. A, Imp moved was assesabled, and guru
short time there was considerable excitement, during the
prevalence of which Joe had his breeches tors. The row,
however, was loam quelled by the police. end Joe went on
and linished his serums.
rocLr ham—There are no lees than three "patriot , "
out in the hut lee as anadiames for netaisaileft before
the Whig Convention for Diaarlet . httianage--4ts:
Woodrat and Terry ! Ties, elan mare their powder. how
ever:for, we bare promised that iwWt to oar roar hundred
doibu." entemporgly of the rerient: ffe AWL, so awfully
berianse we're Post Ifaster,tbet were talaisd tWeee . him ' , tn."
So wend the banner ; Pre* Salt Tesigeraane, " four hun
dred dallara" and the MILD that's been "horn 'min." Our
Sag is .I,hur,;' ere leer rip !"
Ett.Lne.--We learn from the WILITCII r that a man
bazisCfivgleston. was killed at Plttelleld in l evenly, no
the 28th Arne. lie was elating dews a which MI in
. different direetios trete diet impeded, and broke a limb
front anadiseetts tree. . The -limit stneek-Mr} E. int *A Need,
breaking his !kali, and killing him almo , tiinemediately.—
Mr. E., leaves a wife and two children. . ' -
rj,,. The Buffalo Lean'," pap a company oi over two
hundred Norwegian* ...time up from Qualose, last Week.
Itimand for Kilwatakew - They were of the Vow , ' tort etenti_
pinta, being well to do in the world.
„far•lllere is tweet fbr sbe sauna; Is ha Ye Wires, Rom
die imitable "Jemmy of t i e Boston Post, Med is Jaabliedlv
applisabls so the present time.
When July's hot ran Sours down in 'fervid beam—
, In striking lessees, ties kneek a mortal dews.
Or make the perspitatien tow in errorima,
Is reipl strearas, descending from the *mown :
• ay minim ean, •am and jovial nee;
A jovial one that I did call Tay Triend,l
Inn melted ea a thee, 'neath meh a seri— '
'?Oath sank a sae, ham like a candle essa,
I pay lyini fora moment .and alone— •
&sad all Worse beneath a hat 61 stray :
A mamma more, hed on the sidewalk Mu ”' •
That reeking 'tope, my wothrring tisuala jaw.
. ir heap of tiOthie r 11111144addrio ball 20 lOWA
An empty wicker east. and twenty tasked ..I.s.ront%
Egtsirass Mrse." . --The Balalaminas are twiny 4.•
wsisliag by the eiiilktition sof 9 holy weishiag 7S Lousy'.
Lisseioie! whatan aswilnil, this hot weather. riwn.lf.itil
said 'itemises meet. in the same room thgy Ls% soother
lady, the mother of three children. who oali wawa. inch
es la low atoekiap. dowsing to lbe mama tatto.the Isuice
647 uaght to be the happy maternal parent of some Lerty
Aft 7 toopoosibilitios. 14ra. SeituU7 is the manse of the
Individual who tuns the teak at the aoteg of :fsi, %hile
her antipodes. the llttk lady. rejoice. to he tilled Mrs. m
as- Tin rooter 'tie 11:art Ihril &boot HO% took 140
hem a Markel. , au *a maiagattlatiab. lot by thaday qu-
Aleibibs it 'realist oak !hay it batat aro Om id to bath.
fur a vamps
,saaiglaly ef Web. mortar mod wood , oevor
US. Nl lleertliat Coral go up as the eenanki ..f
tie 411 t, Ail on tie evenbt, a the 76; emirs Teri toe ea
eterieet sok new !be WV*, saw at It, It wee Wake
linig Mk* • Men limy mile! -
*: i aLA z • I.
L ifts wort admirably ; „ t„,
a WY neeipta, and added
b asst book. Than are, htwertr, •
would like to hear from, and plan
g names below. They wa•
appeeranee shah in tbe cone'
publishing Woes long : The foLlvirl
those who Miami ow daelaratiola of;
M. FL y,
Joe. Tow* I •
& Plint tea,
w, 1•44 3. T.,
N.t 8. Orowesa t
J. 8, Eskakea.
R. P. Noose,
A. D. E_Vies,
Jacob 84411 , 4
- Arthur Cheleaweed.
EL T. Iltlyes, •
`T. J. P'o,
- Alex. Davidson.
Tha cross walk on Fifth street. cat 0. 4 .1
doetoriag badly. !gill our dearly
saa to it T-The new poet c,facc
simian of every stranger tint
is plutowdly inspected that r.
tor works erected, though we .1e,u1.2:.•
washed a fbgier wontdthr,ov
t h e y Wolf'F-Sehl la= -
good for cholie. • We raw -•werri pr.-•••
themght them good for gin c- , ..ktr.1?"4----:,
rove Democrat says, Reerr, tne
agent between Cievelaod and Erie, Is
faithful. Hen do.—Bo will 'Doo,l
" Lang 'nay they wavet--The
the Waterford celebration in a body.
the best looking "society" on the gronud•
Of the Camas* made a epeach to the Jiv
Organbtatlan, and prftsented them a Szr, h:
upple:4rd to have been eloquent4-the
u nf or t una tely 1 ,, r,ee wee preseint , •
the audience is more than hin: - .4
the fire-works on the eveatiti of the 4 0 1 %cat :
• " 'We don't believe , tb, tr,
tba toilorbaleat the cm-car AT Pao
De repaired, cur sough tat vie aD WiTgttliy
t 14,. PAllrile Der, r,r..
$01" id our city„the.ether -
!Ake tioi.rior as tatialaing *.nd husuug : •
header" generally. Tike thort-Th' Er-
Lag to hig hotels, pet,, °Mee. pt. •;:y
igen+ : they therefore pronounced F.:
parts 4 offering up ortaons fr.tho •p;.-
Siudiai road. May their !prayer+
their fae.l ..fIA
ElVlril " 1°,4, that they Are irarly g
ler raeleereics Ito lea'm !-Sp ki -
reminds art Ifianswisid ne one' la,
' smothered in cream," just exactly
wo inched high: -Of souse we
.sut of sight" as goat a potbible
ia, Tux "Sccurre's" DOVE ilitotl
ditratood, we believe, that land spetul4t
at the contaterebd emporium of
hart, • friend who km been out th...
he tells the Volkrwing " good one" .0,
eniia a Chicago speculator may be ~. •
deem "front the East," who car. 71,1
nine humor in his face than gold a,
tisif ene.plamang, morning, nut 1,1„:
MA at the Treonettt. Re ha.l p fel.
tan; and a %ate - that could apprcei:,,•
&wen. Re re,olvecl Co improve :
taste in both particulate, and he did ec
k3uwn to the " holders of valuable
Cue," sad the like, that our hero we.
who had stilted Chicago for th ,, r•.
span cash in real mute. Of c. 1.,
awroanded with "friends." Carr •-c
"wort five t" the Heidsick flow-'1
sera disappeared quickly.
reveled in Chicago hospite lity
bemuniowessing to know which :
individual that owned the exact _
He told theta he would coo de(' IA;
*chosen toe ho ealle4 a earriago, .
him around thel City. -It ram
and be demanded of Ike lucky 000,T
for it. The owner tiara care about
ntodate'snch a prince of go.I
the desired property at 11410410 per f t
what shk, is to bd. it wa- oxtrt , in.:o... •
lihemtely - Tutuie.l out it,
he had, load tendering it. to the
todareed ke'rlteEel /six • '
say, "hazy-the tetra" ,f tip
Orel , paid for th , good dinar
Champaign and livery 1011.
that bought the I.c
ALMWIT .e 31 n ote.—.ln ft:a
the morning a le 501. W - bi. , l, ,
der. The name of the part*“...
our informant r later the eirt.nn.
wise. , A resid tof that Our,. 1.
the tanning, anti leftlis house f ,
he . ren anted he beard Lit wife -
her room, foundditer atru=tinr. ~
The husband, jhstly indipasn t •r• t
Me-Ilion of his Irights. nt:n .1., ,
and wsm laid
,k4us nut, eover4.! ~ i h
He then proceeded before a •,,•.,' -
eel', and Kaye' hUtiself into cee... , 1 .
however. it wa,i found that 1,',:.... ...
vroundi4l sod •.,,
at _ ed. the ininri , ,
taL le is p ell he'll ke. 1, .1.- '
'room- otter this
?ti. Our - r hundred d.d.
Crowell is hive' edir illuattired; en -
not devote mo spies; to LW in ~., ' .
sumption io getisig• intoterable. li. ,
ing fun at blot for a few week:. ha %s
oleo to amuse oirtraelf with. he 'nap 1 , ...
heat that we ought to do nothing a
bbe. Verily, Wera giieo Etat all II,: no
jnye4, and he night tote eafitito I. ~: i ,
trui.l, , -. - . 1 '
Pimlrt .litrtit ticAttps.—Tll: :.• ..
salted the "Pi I le ir.Aardo." C 4,
maim/ ttb for ekm time. .1 ina,:;
muted to Lem is the 004WGis.O., oI t :
bat as we NV t versed to ilt , mil n 1,.
dark as to Ate of the eeretu,..,
OM*, we amt samak—the Cumpan!. :•.:'• •
ainwarabees t14,11g ample credit to 1 , :
itary knowledg* of their Captkia !-
spirited Derooeratic - b eet.
our to l3lo . pri.*4l p
Aware% topie: 4 , politi • I •
attend this ,iet omterpri i e.
. L air' Perry Davis Pa:n : •
proof of the pooviisr isiiivts of shy. -
where* disordered Sooditivo of 'II.
ireoashised wish flio poet
sad intesoe sistenotioi.T.it..: •
"I Dittlkit' SIT-a is • •
"PRP.ET." or of the two Dr,0.1, r •o•
Seed. This 6 th. sigaiitirant
TRITE DI4ERTIVE FLUITI-v
pwrowl by Dr. J. S. 1101. - (i11T. , ,,• • •
fourth Stomach of the-Os.
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