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   Weekly Hawk Eye And Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 21, 1858, Burlington, Iowa                                H.isss. Mz. EdnoR >-We have iratobed ate real the position taken by" the reUtton to tholocation'of proposed. ana V K H., __AH accounts .agrte in the boatioaof the MTV QO the parallel or diwcUy woit oMfcbraaka City The numt route 1m through Iowa. distance BIX taMrtd former places having iir distance, laoifoni that of avoiding the crowajg of Eifw and Leap fork. The road a Jerri and dtMetto Ftfisarney, to tbe btiojc the Uiasoon belaw the of Flattorirer, is altogether tbe nearest baring less Btagingialowa by a than any other route, and the directly west of the southern line tfae State, of "course the distance mast be fee from ibe Mieaoui when crossed at the aoath ef Platte, than at points above A gianca-atihe map -will alsi show that the route over ihe B IL U. Eailioad Tia Flatte Haver, blearer by at least two hundred milts, than St. Louis and Kansas City or ironb, oouatiog only distance from the tvo on the Missotei our Bead ai to Ottumwa early in the a point stYenty fiVe to one hundred Oakalooaa It would seem that the attention of our Bur- mgton fnends (and perhaps 3f tbe entire E B. directcil Agcnw the point on tbe main road at which the branch shoald diverge to tha North, and folio yv the diride to-Oakaloosa., that to diverge at Ottwnua, and Jolloir the valley of tbe DCS Koines mcr to Sddymllt, run up- creek Oskaloosa would be moat advantageous to tBe Company, and aa it woald bo to oar interest also, we ask leave to present some of our reasons through ihe your paper tn Qojistntcttng the Road. Tbe distance id lets bv some three or four cities' The grading will probably bo less per mile than on the divide miles of tbe route would lie up the valley oif the Des itoines river, over tbe beat pos-'ble ground for attail- road, while the divide roate would aucoes sion of fills and cuts, unle's diracmees were entirely sacrificed to secura aJevel track. Again, Umber, rocirj gravel, 4c vest and nearer the point of de- pcrtore Shan any other road in Iowa, of cottrae alLweJJ Informed persona .seeking their fortaoea in that golden country will take the Surliogtoc jSf All persons .along the line and mterest- the proposed branch of tbe B 11 fR road to Oskatoosa and poaaibly to tbe Capitol, most see the advantages, to them, above all other connections, of this extension It is un- repeat what has already been so often printed on this head But there is a- other matter of iciB greater consequence. Oi Toad reeort to no tricks and maka no promises for the sake of getting pos- of the bonds of cities or counties What they promise they perform Thev have command the required money, aud do not resort to tbe trick of setting rota on the Missouri mer and elsewhere to induce counties and ciUea to place bonds i tttvr bands without an. equivalent of road coi Hr iarnum id the man for their money far u promittt are concerned If performances are to be considered any thing then the B M B road is anead of others OorToad a in a sound and condition, managed by prudent men, who thus far are not involved Their credit is good and they are very certain to do just wbaC they agree and just as'they agree to do it Oar friends at OskaloosR are invited to ei- aatmUiOQ ot tha eJUkirs and Tnaoagemeat tbe road Let them see'how tbe managers hare thas far come up to their contracts What they have done and are doing is best guaranty ol what they will do m tbe future tlie lired Scott lu Tfae world 13 certainly growing worsa every day, fact will be clear when we have re- lated what follows. There is at Omaha City, ftebraaka, an intelligent, aa enterprising gentleman, who is known by the name of Nock oils- He is descended from an ancient and higbl? respectable family in Missouri froi which State be removed to Nebraska, bringing him, besides his Socks and herds a numbei of niggers, to be oeid in tbe nappy, patriarchal condition of slavery 10 the free territory of Ne- braska, toe decision of the Supreme Mr VocLoJs established himself with gods ft Omaha. His'niggers were as oapi 7 as our first parents in Eden be- fore th y trai sgressed, if wa are to believe Nebraska Cit, Neive, and the sympathising antl dolorous Bnrlmgten Gazette The Diggers' to cuiuva'e the pleasing and contemplative amusement of fishing and the manly sports of the vhace ad libitum They were permitted to stray over even into tho flowery State of Iowa m pursuit of pleasure without restraint. From the known happy con dition of the the fact which is stated that they hid hltle or nothing to on abundance krnocb, along t! t 'e the dn river ide we between Agency and Osialoosa, would not run through a single grove of timber or through- a gravel bed, or by a stone qturrr Nona ihis rglit of wav would lie secured at half the along toe vaUoy, and more than twice the aid could be furnished to build tbe road 2 tn and Keeping up the diminished distance to bo would of course, bo so much clear gam Tht bodies of timber and bcdd of coal (which 1 e sleeping in every bill siU) would dimmish the cost The protection of the valior nuc the timber irouJd mnke the valley road pleaoani er in winter, nrd secure the track against thi drifting snows which bury it OB the prnines Adcantajee tn point of local advantage would Ic he immense beds of cool (some of them aevtn and eight feet duck which would be found d redly on the roaJ and the thiowing open of w! ich would nt oocee tiblish coal trade as ro important brim of business, and at the e timemnko Ottui wa Eddwille und Oakaloo'n impor int rnani fiCtunng poiai" by which they would become yaluublc feeders to the No region ol conn ry ia Iowa IB superior to that Eddyvillc and in mineral wealth kot only tnturmnoits coal but limestone of the .ndatonc ibur-cUnce Car water lime are At a Railroad beH at Ifir Coanwl Boom, on the ibe of-Be- but the banks I avD not bten d scovered Further tht. route would otcure the trade of botl of t! river cut out com- petitors the tride which would pa's ap ai ii the river li vho roid located upon the div dc ith Ra Iroad upon us buiikB the nier wou d optrate as njeeder to the Kond oil erwise it operate as u bar- rier, jnd carrr us trade upon its o tn bo- gora There CUT Indeed be no douot but ihc road would paj oetter the three pldi.es named than to follow the divide The stages find that it pu a the best and so will a Pail- road __________________W 31 GovERNOit we le in from tht Gite Cilj is uga a "Ci ou (v ill u t! e Capitol S-t OLH apprchensoi jre ftl as. o the result Mrs Lowe left Keo uk for DCS iloines Thur daj tnd R W Boyil apjmmtsi tary u _J On motion of W IL commirtco of correspondence appointed, W. H Danlap, H D Ives, L, Smith Oa motion, u-committee, JTcPbenn, W H Allison ai tad iOMhe purpose of making arrange- ments fdr tbe meeting, to be held at this place on the first Tuesday of January, 1859 On motion of W Allison, the "following resolutions were tmammotisly adopted it our interest rcqinresiiB to use all our etlorts Io secure, the cf laeB Baijroadto ihia place at day u3 p.-BiKejaneflbat we are-wilIiDf to" nnle our influence and capital with the people ofOttumwa and OsljUoosd, to secure the the road to all three places, JluolveS That in the opinion of-tnjs meeting, the towns of Oskaioosa EddyviHe have sufficient-means to gnvde the Burltagiou and Missouri Road from Ottumwa to Oakuloosa, byn-dy eighteen months from this date r JfcaoZwrf, ThatEddyviIle will furnish her pro portion of tee means to carry out the above named project Itesolved, That while we are in fuvor of ex- tending our influence and furniohtag our means in behalf of the project nemed In the above res olations, wo are nevertheless sens bio of tho grcafimportancD of bringing the North SLaaou- rt Railroad to the Des ilomes Tallej at the car liest poaaible day, and as a people nil! unite with chose of Monroe ilahaska and Povresheikas our own County in securing the advan- tages ofthts great mterprise Resolved That tne people in mass of ka WapelFo lion roe Potreaheik, acd nil other counties interested bomvitedto be present at- Ecldynlie on the octaaion of the above named meeting Rtwlvtd That thi, people of Eddyvillt. be re qneated ta thro v opon tbeir doors to uil those who may visit our town for the purpose of at- ibe iiamtd Convention JRcxolvfd, ThatW U Clnrk n bo wus appoint- ed at n. prev ous nictimg as a delegate to tait Burlington be authorized to Bar to the Com- pany that we are determined Lo hive the B M Road if it i'in our poirer to do so, and shall use all honorable menus to secure that object, and the Company bo solicited to inform him of the best moans to be used in order to accom that end BKP.J SLEITMO-JS, Pres t Jt W Boyd Sec'j____________ Another lioutc lo Pcafc. Tl Omaha Republican cou tends that the best route to tjie Pikes PeaLgoId regions is by wav of [but flour tnng town Parties who have re tciitly iiLto thtit place from the d ggings on Clierry Creek wero but days on tl e road They traveled turouBh by the Korib Plane route over the Military road from Tort Niamey to Omaha Citv The distance fcoin Omaai to the mines miles n ith a military and em grant roud the whole way A stage non runs eemi-neeky to Fort Kearny und monthly to Fort Laramie Early in the spring, it 13 said u line ofddiU coauhes nil! be put up- OR the route The streams are, weli tmd0etl id coal aLo exists the Loup Pork of the "Pintle, where SlMtm.ll cAccr Soira. their'home, a vitlaga uMb'ia State, to supposed to-be delicious Mnod fenowrt She hoaejwoon, and pluced ot tha Spenbfep House They then to witness the beaut tea cfld peculiarities o Quwn CJty, aud; do, u a i' quantity of the little Embraced in tbe ;erm shopping n Tjicy gou loara, and did not return fheifiotei down, quite fatogQe4mitb tbatt-W tben ioynd that si DbaTITUTlO'V IN DCBUQL Ibe OOOr Cu- buquo arc repr s ated as emg in tli" mo t des t tule condit on many of tl cm beyig in n state absolutely borO'rni? upon starvation Mcns- arc liken for the r relief SS" William 1 Jlott obtained on the 13th daraaces lor the change of grade in Van den ater strett uw orl 1 1 tbe Court of Com man Pleas COAL Ck k of Eddvville left at our office yesterday a good sample of cool picked up near the bridge m tbe channel of the Dea Moinei. at that ?ce BEAR HcsTivr iv 'bonnzp-s ITrcnrcA'i J T Scone and Cba les Buc man farmera 1 ring it Bridge Cree> liien htra in three months trapped andnilled thirty tvo bears devoting that they were attached to and iliatresj, it IB supposed that while on avis it to this fanatical State of Iowa, some cussed Abolitionist persuaded them to leave their brasLaEdfn for the dry crust of freedom on this siue of Big Muddy Instead of reposmz in the bosom of Mr Nuckolla of havug Mr M to clothe and feed and educate and christianize them, these unhappy darkie are now reduced to tne beggarly condition of laboring like white foUs m the sweat of their brow, for thoir own support and sustenance All this grows out of wicked interference of fanatical Abolitionists To be sure nobody saw the Abobuonistd the beard them persuade them to leave But were they not they not well fed, wnb nothing to they not greatly at- tached to their home in Nebraska Of course they were They left all tnid happiness comfort and are gone, codody knows whei therefore intbe eloquent language of the Gazi fiend, under the garb of nbilantbropv has one day in four to hunting Some 01 the boars were I aowing A larse bear ta caugbt in the trap on the lotb bept nln.h weighed 400 pounds On undmg bimsell faet in the tnp he sturted off with it and tl L logntiacned and fallen tree 1 airmered the trop on tie tne for iberatmg himself This not il lie protected to B small oak .siring azotic t gin inches he well, Binding tl e chain around induced them to escape Q L D But this 13 notalL In the language of the Gazette, "The excitement and ill feeling engen dered among white men u? these influences are far greater eviU than could ever flow Iroai ne- gro slavery As proof positive of the truth of tbe above we have the authority of the aforementioi Nebraska Guy ITews for saving that indignant citizens of Nebraska well armed with revolvers and pint flasks were about crossing into Iowa for the purposes ol vengeance upon the "white livered Abolition and with tbe intention wresting the fu guive cha'tels from them and carrym0 them back to slavery and happiness, tte now sug- gest that the redoubtable military gentiernin. who presides over Ibe editorial columns of the Gazette, put bimaelf at the head of the livelv and entrrp rising negro catchers of Bur and at once proceed to tbe scene ofacion Thia is a field fitted to tbe taleots of the Colonel where glory migbt be easily achieved Such acts of generous nod devotion to tbe Coniuitution and the institution never go nnreqoiied ilr Buchaoan would be very cer- tain, 10 reward such a "t-Qtiowar achievement if successful in catcbms the a for etgn mission or high official position at homu Tbe road to honor, to distinction, to office to glory lies towards the Missouri blope Th s is tbe tide in bis affairs which if taken at tbe ebb will certainly lead ou to fortune But beJore ne goes we huve one word of ad- ice, and that that he in no case allow to stray from when on their Christum "mijaion Should he do so and should any Jlusourians be in that part of our State bunting away coffee colored darkies be morally certain to be earned oft. aviait last evening from ilr Graham, formerly oFPacific City, Iowa, now a delegate from the territory of Colonta, proposed to be organized m. Eanaaa and Kebras ka, to include the auriferous rejoin lately dis- COvered He 19 on hia tray to Washington. ISr eaya that Pike's Peak and Cherry Creek are almost directly west of oa, near'y on the same the shortest and boat route tw to crocs the Missouri at the month of PJatts there are no large streams to tbe road is a good and level one. Mr Graham bad a sample of gold obtained by himself in Tsnoas places in this auriferous region. He says he found gold everywhere ov. a large of miners can make from to a day, readily Floor is to the miners from New Mexico as per to abundant. fie says they have laid out 8 town ftt the vonth oi Cretfc called Auracuu fie OM tiomttd in tit mines ascent, an c toff all trie branches T.uhii b a reach splmn g his IB sui_h manner t at he could nc 01 Y 3 hoi1 and he fell suspended b tl o naht loot where he las found 3Ir Stone About tlie of October a earn cl olF the trap 11 d a. pieci. of wot 1 ibou: tneht. feet JonB and neigluDj, abouc pouud? uud nfeich nt- tached to the rap for the purpose of rual ing trail A.bout twenty oda loin where started t e trap it to winch place he ucLed indii outlmlf way aero s the trail i. ippearet ind a track u fa man had walked i as iiblo The n ip position is tint iht, bear becoming t red of d agging the li Lry stick tlrrough tbe tall f.n.Sd tbrougl e of i S o a after the p cl i a i Lp m I is arms at d 2J e rail commencing on the conhrma tlie ther i gress n of the imp became ei a bunch or alders v.1 ere Ins furlht.r p-o imped tl A cumpanj Ins been formed in iork which proposes activate cho clelav- dangers aad difficulties of the ige round Cape lioni by line of po ertu] tuc steamers to tow i iro n ocean to ocean tbrougli the straits of Magell n AT the i ail f c ory SouU Trov on 17 a lad six yt age diul of croup ba ag suffered tenib JQ- sever I day iwo Jit a before his dtjih ne called fail tr 10 I for he ha 1 a beautiful dream n'lei le as a leep that told him so He dre-im-'J thj i c stood oa the eauli he saw God u he i en luua. ine owectiy upon him that He let a golden cbam which fell upon the pro n i nt Its feet and tbnt as be stooped to If ok u u God told but to take bold of die J H i MI d lie nould draw h n up to heaven and p. M? him crown of gold Sunday the hitie spirit T..IS free and Uie promise was fulfill d1 WHILE the i nor Fom singmj, il e open in New iork eome ago on one OL 13 on i knt wn and jolly auctioneer 1 t tily loeti in calling him before the curtun iorti Porn' FortM shout d Mr ith .the rest. 'Two an a bull1 cried a ;a.r who knew him. Twoa.aahu.lf and tatt call r sang out tlie quick wilted Iiamn er- i as ho took tbo with of agamsi bim an 1 brought down the house THE crew of the schooner Pruirio Flower feave been arrested at Detroit accused olpirat-y on the lake A large amount of found boavd and padlocks u! tn from freight carj Among othtr things be cabin fttu a bundle of letttra fro n Maria jeo t'ic qneeii of the Cleveland mcr winch es ablisbea the fact of n. lormidablc-MHn0 of pirates being in existence on Lake Lnc, if c extends no further A of the Rochester rites from New York that Mrs Cunning! am of Burdcll uarder notoriety, and her jl are hvmg ID aoeltgani mansion HI Twenty-Third street, and apjarcntly in circurastauccs parties occasionally and the bead the family1 ic is said, was j Me at the. opera the other evening An- ;uata. was married recently to a yoang southern ilanter, and Eelon It is understood, is m a fair way to follow thojaxample TBE Paily Wisconsin Bays that there- are fifty apers a that State which moat die out before the expiration of the present jear, their condi- tion at present is BO very sickly Two slave women were taken from Faith, at LoBimlto, Fy the other day, by order of court, oa account at tterexoesswe cruelty to SOME of the Lynn, shoe manufacturers are j now ranking to order large of ladies' skating boots. They are raadQ thick and strong, and cm to reach above the ankle Ei Gar MuthewB, of Mississippi, In a late ipeech at Comttti, proposed harmonizing tbe )emocratic pact; by tbt noomuiation of there is a pood ttrrj Pirttes going with ox teams and prov-ions ior six months can make tbe trip corofortablj in thirty The road 13 pUmand direct and abundance of grass and waie-all the way The Republican gives tfie fallowing as a- complete outfit for four men nun prtnis ona for six months and the r coat in tlie Omaha market TEAMS Iaipi.EitE.siu yoke-af oxen per joke 1 wagon i-nd cover 580 0 yokes 2 chans >J 1 tent 10 purs of bl nket" ji-JO 4 steel picks Sb -isteel 54 4 ixt.3 iu i. 3 auDer %1 1 mcb thisel 35c 1 1 aud saw 25 1 dranmg knife COc, 1 twelvt, i cb file, 4Uc b !ba Troughs n "oc Total Q5 AM> SCPPLIES FOR SlS MoNTIIS 10UU It flour 400 Iba bacon luO Ibs lr ed beet I iK 50 Ibs salt "oc 50colfce 7, 8 Ibs lei 520 200 Ibs supr IS SO 'fas rice 10 5_5 bO Ibs dried fruit 4 G Its pepper 1 "o 3 Ibs aodn 30t C Itts cream oi tartar 3 -5 Iba boup 2, 2s Ibs 9 50 Ibs Kad 2UOO cap 1 20 4 gut- Ion pcklea, 4 4 gallons v negar 1 b gallons brindy 6 2 dozen boxes nmtche I 1 coffee out 1 Iriing pan 50c 1 dutch oven 1 25 camp 3 E t n plates 50c 1 set kin ves and for! s "Cc 1 spoons "5c 1 butcher kn fe 30 feums ?S50 95 Grand tzlt, [Jrom the Veir II yen Keglsier A. Iteal iiLro The recent coiingeoua and even-desperate act of Capt Erool s keeper of tbe Fuulltner s Island Lgbt in rcscu ng tlie (.aptim lua wife and fio a -h rcU in Long Island deserves more tlion n ug not ce It will be remembered tb it aer laiand itself is more than tvo m let, fiomland and titat ita only intmbiti-nts are tht. 1 eepcr of tlie light farn 1 Cupt OUerls The wreck Hv upon Goost. Island, e tvo railcs from ihia but Ciipt BtooaS could wub his glse tbe peraons, n tlie ngg up and the sea lashed into fury, makinjj a breach hijjh over in decl a and threatenma in slant destruction It H as too anel a Bi0bt for the brave man lo endure und provided be nas bv Gorernment mtb nothing but a small boat to go between the talund and tbe. ma n- lanc! he would hate been fulivjugtined in Lav- ing tbem to a fato horrible to thinl of Bis vife wns onshore nnd lie was alone nithbs fiim ly of little cb IdrLn but tcHiagtliem oi the per I he n-ftt about Co asau fenrful peril irora which lie m ght er B k a'cd tl era at d calling upon God to protect them and btc 3 hid endeuor he lumped into h s frail skitf and steered into the storm and bil lone Those on board saw ibe even in their wondered at his prediuec is failure and gnovtd at nha they conoidert-d un ucnece33ftr} sacrifice But at !l tl c br man rdjing pon lence 1 opt upb 3 hi and 1 ope at d although evety WJVG threatened him i ih destruct oi le rt icl ed hat th> c' and hwkd dc crt i, h of   tlie mgry waves with its overtaxed loid ol re cued rainnLrc who transfe id to the. hghtnouse residence and made ne irae and comfortable ol Urn- n, and lier Be- '.o who had ju-etnai vtatmonts, came from of t! e by SLAVES OR Mont TJRKITORI .ppi Democrat oljccis to reclmrning any iUWillie until tl c African 1 be practicul fibohtionism Tho Democrat argues that tlit reclamation of any land nt th s State here Mava Inborcould be piofitublp employed would 1 tivo a direct tendency to abol tionizc the bordei Smtta by at net uj, from ilitm then supph oi It no ild emploj at p t-ent in il e whoicbouUi to work dc ablitUnd in JI so ea ppi Lou v ana and Arku i i s to saj uotlimg of Tejiid and other ternto ry in pro pec: the same journal remarks Tl o repeal of tho utioiial laws pro htbiuns tbe AlriL.in trade it, bei.ornii g a in ht. South Eierj ia the feoutLi we hear tlit cry More olnvesl "n ith out au of slave labor the South can not progress ail a. i jtnusi. oi the South viill progres and frroic oo poncrlu to threats of Northern disuiiioinsig Nb-iieio Territory be of any use to t} e South uuless tue present number of her negro slaves is grt.atl> augmented which can be donu only by the repeal of the lans against the slave trade and the free importation of African ne (ritftm'ag' r, A iVri'Wild ftted nearly oppoaite to oHherC ovelvthe AnniTQisary B3 liotel, and thinking tt pts fulhlighfeflashed atiriouB, isfith -yfl looked rather ditftrent from the" other, Bsked and bim to briDg 48, did and sbe entered shawl porbona of --Jr-- between. the bed to'e.Hjay A ucue nap ''ong walk, never dreaming sbe ivas m the wjong house, for the reason that the. apartment happened to base and rurnisnedTery much like her room nt tho Spencer Instead of 1 little fell _. and amber, mdy wfivod tKem m tbe BBnbeams 'r y How beautiful J how xieouhful! jnuredtojifecaelf m-'thfrtfcfusy otyouth nnd Hovf kind Norman, ivas, juo this, soinething bettof ___ ____ t_ 'tasteful bad beea QO matTy" hotira irf executing V p Qenevra Wild bad, tliii yictarb, of a soft, picture TVith cutls ofsuniiy brawn and ot, summer and did. shercsepjble the portraits m told English that liei more an on ]y child the daughtoi of %vcalthys'parent3i> potted cai essed, idohzeft from her youtU up bt-t, wis all twGUiy two, that with her character such a mako bev bhe wath no great ioiSt, 01 oal'nestiiess, and perhaps DO broid aoiil ol symrtithies aad ot tcouise she was unconseiouely t and exacting into a frofound sleep, tthat coatmuod hoac after lioafninuLeleven o'clock, at which time she was disturbed by a most jmeipected in- cident f The. ngntfal occupant of Ifo iS a meruhant from a town m Indiana who had been 10 theatre, and become a. little lutoxicaEetl, went to the Madison and wishing no hi9 con ditton walked up to the room nriiHiut a Sight and Ibrtunatcly or unfortunately found the dont unlocked, Ho entered quietly nnd as tow'dark i reigned there ho removed his crept into the spacious double bed, not dis turbmg in tbe least the fair bride who lav Dear the wall How long tue tivo reposed there side by side, with only a foot of sp ice between them, all u conscious of each oihtr'a presence, is not a tremendous noise wag heard in from which feoiile screams issued wildly, piccc- ingly and ceaselessly The hotel was in Bn uproar propr etora clerks waiters porters and guests, dressed aad half-dtt-sacd were at the door of iocLj o in tt-few minuiea, blocking up ihc eavrSnci. aad asking each other eagerly, Wliut la the mat- ter' ior Godd saks telt us what id the trouble 9' The CT.USB of tins outcry may be imagined The, bnda bad about c -and patting- her band over for ner husbunil it lell icter than she thitas, He had upon tbo Judianianji dec and ihe aott warm [more bieadtU, Iodines touch aroused him ac once He did not uader jofsoul bufchaliadnothu womaiiJy instinoba' sympathies afiections here a has alw iys tho man He had p-iduiHedfue years liclpre it colloge.fout lie lind no particular tor any of tho-pro fesaiona but ho occupied a Jucrntivo, W re Bponsible position in tl c bdnlc a.nd all tjtene- vrv s fraeocls were pleas d wich the match and thought ahe would iniuy vieil And on thit mornm0 of which audmtheiery bom tiat ser- vant handed to Wild the piftof her betrothed a young gul m tho large, oldfasbionedpiiloi ot i fdioi house in the A SEED COR.T Scott L Brother have nnd on exhibition for several dajs past, at, tne Merchanu Exchange, a sample of a new prohfic corn, known by the name of its original grower, ilr Pcabody a distinguish ed horticul- turist; of Columbus Georgia Tbe sample 13 from the farm of Mr Scott in Franklin County Miasoun, nnd was grown unon poor ridge land in that-locnhty jet eleven fine enrt. are ucd five of them to a stalk, aa the product of u, s uBk gram put in the ground In the amd of Georgia, we are informed fifty bushes pet acre been obtained, even in. hat ex- tremely unproductive soil, and in one place m Maryland, as many as two nuudred bushels to the acre, grew up from a planting of this most prolific E11 and grows like wheat, three or four stalks usually springing up from one gmm Its success, aa far as u boa been tested will jnatify fanners m trying tbe experiment of growing it Loais Bio MUDDY BRIDGED Messrs. Boreasf, Frost A. Co the well kaown enterprising contractors, compiled their labors on tho new bridge across tho Missouri at this point, on Monday evening last, nnd on Taesday morning one of tte West- ern Stage Company's teams passed over the structure m safety lerry boats nre mighty poor property just noff their "occapiuion'a one" fo gone, for the present. However, we wish ipeedy resumption of trips acrou the lugt, CoucU Bluffe Nou itaod it exnctl> though he did not dfhke it, tiid in a moment more, Mrs fi said ily dtarest husband wiitre have you been all this hlusbntid eeboed the merchant beginning to jee like-Lord Tinsel that ha hail mudt a Email mistake I am nobody a hus- band I reckon mv det" madime you re in the wrong bed In the wrong of horror thought the bride What would her liege lord the cunoiia worTd say And 5' !1 screamed terrib'j, and epPAUglrotn the touch, jusi as her d d Lhe fie was iullj a niUi.h ned is ahf, and emrejUed her him t iu nt.d he would Icava the ipart- meut nlthoi-gb i was ihe one lie hud engaged mah.e oith to that Scream scream scream, was the only reply to thisk nd proposition My God madarae, don t >ell so1 JOB will wiike the bouse Bi. rtiasonable I aweui its only a mistake some thought of the I (ion L -ffant to liurt >ou I swear i don t 11 get me shot, and vourself I won't suy whit The sere itns increased, und the poor Indian- ian, expect ng every moment to see a p stol thrust m his luce by a jealous husband turned pale ab deatb, wh ch he expected, and re himself to his fate Juat at this juuctuie the throng outs do pre sented itself at tbo dotr, and beheld lira R co iijj m one coraer cxcrciB ug her Iuu0s with a buen Tranped ber lorm and beaiJ and the Indiai mn in the ra (idle ot the room in a ceverlet and ejacu- lating God in ulwne dou l' Thejun or nroprietor Qr GA! ill sa tl ere m ist be some miaul o ar d requesting the oth- ers to relirc called tlit. nierehuntoiit went viih him into mot r room and there learned tin whole storj Ihe Doctor then sent one ol tl Indies of tbe hotel to iira P and the eut n uflii r explained ye th w her itlief the she nns overwhelmed with Tonf laion at a e r cumstanee tl at might n-ive ruined boi icputu lion forcrer Under [bo escort ol tbe Doctor, sho wus con vejed to tlic openeer v here the husband wa! found pac the corridors- with franue m on and halt eruzcd mill gr ef at the T lib wife nham be bei em hutl been spuited awuv b" a villain oi m irder- id ior her jc vela in tins infernal city ta bp espreased it, they would kill aunii foi a dollar unvtme As soon us tie beheld his spouse be cuuglil her to his bosom and like a cl lid He as melted ivitt lidppmess at her diacovery nnd tolJ her he had scoured the for Intelligence of ber w hereabouts in tic Uad nearlv up ill hope :n this world i a be gro fcr "hat else could n. hii jafliers iniltc Butshewis full of good inipulfjCi, and warm affections and accomplished iftci the fash- ion ofhei day jieneriLi m and society "Vorjnitn Kood lored her, unl Mas bei af- fitmcetl liusbaod and-blia had jiiotnised to icsign her girlhood in JDO ueeli. from thit a morning JZo was a linei sjme ton from of Peiitonvillo tbe Lity where we have lot the fc rmer Ijnoh fire is ourhng un tho ehimooy and giung i ruddy toae to tne whole room but E did not flush that gu N lace its look of radiant eageines s she stood [p had its ali ttici had n angtl Iro k iL n other hsjov pbrjded t tuintd to nun 1 ke hpliere and mide his Para Use in the Cdtn of her love The bride told the bndtgroomaston aan truth its she could wl id UI e histories heltei tbtm th a model ot iigotiui a id a m ride ol me exci ig ilic Otl ello n his boom and itb a thousand than! s to tho DuUoi who n the Bened el seemed Bomebou to rog ir as tbe dtlive-er oi bis consort they bade b r good niQht Col writes rrom that tho President has. given up 1 a social proscrip- tion of the Ecpubfcin Membeig of but without uccOwplidbint  aelf down in that chair AndsLo obeyed. 'Don't Bcold. me for, ray long absence; low force, aBd then fctoe Itipsed -And tbo vivaoioue gurfo thinking how the solemn teats-leaped tfpflto Irttle teachor a eyts4 as and felt too ocphnnod thoughf' tiot among all G-od s desolate roWathe thero, jusf.nghi Oil two fair ick, rwitnJooEsofintense admirationj ____jng -was to herself, in aboiit four'jiours, the nownamo ofvufe Hbe looked lory beautiful as sha 'stood thorp blushing tbrongli the Ijndal veil'she tryjjifr oil, und whose cmbroid cboiit hec like some silveV ploud uuuui a Maysky at Kill this she uuer saw finer soflay Gonevra fLax haWfftirweatfferafc one B BpdaF it responded the destined bride half COME girls do take tlicse, things Icfc men vro a little rest You don t knowliow out 1 am with trying .onlinery, lookrfig xt tbo cake, giMng all sorts Jof orHcrs, and kept m a stacs of constant I declare if Id iviia) ____.....___Ojli married 1 don t behave 1 consenlefij event tbe world The hi desmaids clapped their bands and a "laughtei thrilled the loom and the and floated the stftirs and tbo a ir of L. young who ss standing yn the 5teps 11 Well n.tfv poor said with a htile kitfdly eatiro in her. voice she uncUsjjccl vlie Inicial veil 'as you Live voarselChj vrork of getting do tell mo whatjewcJry you are fco w eatoJiptlje occasion, Nothing! Nothing! echoed the bridesmaids mdis mny ifo tniag except a brooch Norman sent me 1 ic 'br-T, nl "istniis giti- Vn i see he -is not partial to jewelry, and would rather I would v, ear very litth 'Buttbe broot-h flopmy IB _ Wild stopped to lic'r drawn tcok out a small penvl but, ind haoded it to her friend strange I how beautiful1 cried the fair gnls aa they beat ovei tlia rare biooch 01 held it up so that the sunbeams spark led its clusters ef carbuncles and leaves ol emerald Just [lien Betty put her bead inside the door IhereB louns ladyivhD'wanto to rolls of bills which an 011 laimer shaggy over coat -UK! i iro pani loons just placed m her hands, les 31r Hitter dolIjrL. JU right lam verymu 1 Weil anaweied tl L olu man drawing on his glnves I hope 3 u 11 Imve a merry and I ML U un ind Le re dy to take up school bt n new tno weeks iiom Monday I guess vo 11 need the rest iriyhov aod it8 ftii set e 10 ign ovci ybndei An} tlung 1 c in do foi 3 u i Mr Jlitcer 1 hbould yeiy much likotohvic the pine iimded to it smoke so and a ncu I L i put on ihe inside door to keep the wind o fc Well J H attend to it and now h ttoi aud the childi tn n ill like to Imi G you come oici thcro ai d stay tlneo da.js vcic plun sorco folks but I ,_ucss make you comfortable 1 don t doubt it M i tcr ana shall be iciy hippy to come Ihen tbo kmd hc-vi ed school tinstee shook binds with tlic i teach ei and took his leave bbe Hiiiic t! t, dooi md pa cediapidly up and du MI tbo Lieat poilor wttktbe little roll of I ink notes clasped m lier hands io think slic, BiTirnnuod, ija e my own an i L tmrned it. 1 w ho amnet-TQtsisteei buck tint biooch that precious biooch of Mammas wonder bow much ic M ill bo His jov, ellcr only gave me thirty dollars loi it nnd ot couise theiell be enough left of tl u> to me j. new dress a pun ol hoes and a collar Ihese Mill last me till i ttt time Oh 1 am j so glad I can get Ll ut u ooe-h b icl I who Mould not h.ne sjldjtloi uijthmgin the but to get M ihinu doai mamma buiiod icspoctably Oh it the first Christmas since------ 1 c u iv the faded from ci face OB the shad- ows of memory rushc 1 it shcbuistm to tears and sat don i on a low be- fore tbo fne and sobbed as the lonely and tbe living fcob lor tt e dc, id Cbrwtmniljnde h id neither father noi mothci brother noi Ihe few ycfus of hci tbiekly mottled with shad ows although a tell hoi his tory Hoi Cather a clmjryman diei soon aftei her bntli Her raothet wis gentle sensitive worn in of ID old but de cajed familj Mho had come to A- meiieato repairthou toituoes Mra husband left hei n> proj orty, and beroMi baiely raanaced to supp >rt her and her ehik as the lady became in i wahd soon after husbmdedeath bhe had never been cuBtomcdto tho piactico of economy and liabit and Uoi latlui.? 1 calth rendei ed the of life necosMl ca with her So year by-year her small fm tuno diaappeared nnd at length with the icnnmtsot 16 she re tired to the ullage of Pentioville as all her imtdediato relations MLU dead, and sh< needed countiv nu iuj HLK, slu resided several ye us ftibot sloMli bu etill superintending the oduoatwn of her Ihe lastjuu of her lilo hei fi; cities beeivme paitiftllj puilyzed aud th hold devolvei is she in tired, pettish see a few moments, very much Miss Geneua Oh dear tones don t knon Ma am I never seed her face bcroie but she is very urgent Ljn in an afliul huiry too answered Betty .wlrose Ion0 senioea in the her a cer tain fainiharitj1- her iQistreas I wouldn t see hei tieneua interpos ed Lottie it IB piobably some curious intrusive who to find out al] sbe cuia-boat the wedding Besides that, its quite time that got: to work at jour hair bho bavs thnt she won t detain you but a ninute aad si e to see you quite lone so 1 axed her into jour ina s bedroom sub joined Betty Perhaps G- i.ps curiosity was v little stimulated and peihaps she MUS 01 id of o few momenta release from tbe dreade 1 pro cefcs of iiau diessiag foi she said a, moment b thoneht I guess 1 11 ece her it moment you know bhe huiued from the room down the stairs and found there a sm ill. girlish figure, draped in bloc! I heard you wisncd to have a privite in MJth me said the soEt voice of Wild and sho bowed with thit giaee eo peculiar to Yet the t, manner was Guttered u d there was eagerness and em batrabuient an hei 1 hope vou Mill paidoti my intrusion but Mr Sells dn cted me to come here, and I couldn t le nc with out seemQ you "Mi bells! I think there must Ijosouie mistake Vo Iain certain this was the number 1 mean Mr bells thejeMcllcr on Park street the one to Isold my mothers brooch Gcncvrastirtcd Youi mother s biooch Yes he he remembeied Miitiiia the name hiinsclf on tbe envelope of the box, as tbo Mho it wished iticnt immed to Miss Genevra ild Anil 1) jou tell iuu wlnit soit of i biooch ihLed i rnueh. inter eated It wts a rose of carbuncles with 1 (.F CD U ll 1 ind lieie tin, It my mothei B lastaift voice trenibkd, and tews for ecitre caieof tlio househo red noon herdaughter whose mind M is thus stimul itec to precocious acEmty J hey WCEQ to dispcDBo with their inly domestic last Chnstiaua was firce 1 to dispdse of a portion of their furnituie to piocure her moth era medicine andtbe low delicacies whicl' tempted her failing appe itc With raie discietion in one so youn {Jit child of hfteen conccale 1 tlioir atri t-btenec circumstanLBB from hci tnotbci little unarmed as ahe jay m tbo bedroom ofhci small oottny, that the parlor and chamber were stripped of their iurnitu; At last tbe end came add tho gentle lonj sulFermg invalid roused foi a brief mtonaf to the lull possession of her faculties, gavt her child some advico respecting hcv course, in future, and then blessmg tbo broken- heartcdgirl, the life oi Mrs Lynde slowly dowo uuder the old solemn nrcbc tlie iuvorof Death ChriatmDa Lynde woko up fruDi the first pa-vaiysis jnduccd ov tbe motlior, to Gnd that nuinedi- ote action on her part would alone secure her mother fiom a charitable burui! from winch the soul ol the pioud sensitno nrl utterly revolted- They Had few cca m the village of Petoinillo nndiilthoaLh these wore uny kmd in rendering her am neishboriyofSoes still she could not endow tho thought df applymg_to them for meftnB to ftay the esmaaa Of her mother s faneral Ihare was but one resoutofl left hoi mo- her had a valuable brooch, the soloielic of better daya whwh Mrs Ljndo had greatly ies had vroriL jt at their btidak t cost Christiftna a great etfoit to part mtk his brooch, so precious because of its aaao- ifttiona, but there was no altematiro. She wnoilod apon a neighbor, to tako bor to iOBton the morning QiapoBod of Bho brooch foi iorty Hollars af' er reoBmng a promiBO troia, tbe jeweller that sha havo it for saty if ahe oai jthjafourmonifaB sy, with that UMU- tanoe which eountry people utuiOly jenia into tlie speakers eyes Mr bells promised to keep u for uie tlneo months but rho term expired two iao nnd 1 hud not until 'I luvo i biooch like that you describe A friend brought it to me for aChnntmae gift slid tranerra aud there wus wonder and pity m hoi tone1; aa she looked, on the pale qiri tt must he the same I would not have paitedMitlnt for the except------at cept to buri inj mother hcie Chribtivna Jviidt, broke clown utterly and tho tears dinged tbeniselies over bersoft thin checks trenevra Mas gently loucned 1 kueM nothing of the neither did the inend th it bought the biooch for And now 1 suppose l ou n int it agi A quick largo un'rjiea_crucsB kindled up the Oh I n ill a von un'rjiea_ oi tht, gul dolhi I pobbees on cj.rtli foi it bee iC belonged toiny grandmother, aud she and IHT mother it to then bridals it almost broko my hcaifc to part with it i-sl did but J earned the money to rcjnua it UDd now HQI Iip0 closed the voids, buther fucosaid thereat And GcuoMa Wild looked at the friend lean orphan eiil; n hose only portion was he motbu a brooch anj she tlioughfi shu had ncvei thought bofoie, of the wide difference hetttBQn. her puest aud herself bhe fell then, for a moment, what she really was the spoilt, petted child of fortune, nith al this worlds poured 'on. AthfU tbe neif wifebood she was about take UDOU herself muet have nnd, so, silent and thoughtful, tbe prop tioiis Jbr tbo bndnl went OD, and of the Years night carao and n wrote tbeir glorious rhetoric on, the sky Jsoir Norman, aro you not   she had fchtfbest right to it tlio best, dear and Gome Oomo, this wontdo, m tcpruptcd tiie bndos mother as she cainc with i half pleased half bustling air toward tbe newly-rnarried couple 1 think you and Norman owe a httic atVntion lo jour guests and Imsure jou billing and cooing enough for the past year the carriage be here in a fexv minutes 'You go into the parlor, and make TOtirseJf flgieeable, luugbcd tbe bride, and theu drawing her inotber aside she talk- ed with her a few nimutea, cry caraesUy, and ended hj placing thepcirl boxmJicr mother s hand and shying, eagerly 1 may depend upou youi seeing that the brooch is You may depend upon uiOj my child, there, tbe carnage has come Light Ime passed It a bright, hut rather, blustering day in early March In the pleasant naclor of a modest, but gen tccllookmg leeidcnco in the suburbs oi tbe city fine looking man, uith a boy of some eii. years by bis side, pHyins with bis cane He aremaikahly beau tiful cluld though his deep gotdcn curie, Ins fair complexion, and sunny blue eyes, bore little reseiablence lo Ins faibcr liio to Ine here awhile, Gerald, the parent looking down fondly on his eon J.he child s aiound the fijnall tastefully furnished parlor J don t know pipft GanI bavcmyrork ing-horse and play kite, and go aleigiiin creiyday My poor ohild, 1m ifrajd-the lady will Hod you a spoiled boy, sighed the parent At that moment the mistress of tbe house entered tbe parlor "Mr Rood, I behove she her soft Jady like and snulc and have 1 the bouor oEaddreesmg MISB Lyude? the gentleman -with a bow wis eoiilewTbatniawedTiy his look of extreme astonishment, as iticsted on the lady fahe uas so unlike bad fancied, this small delicstte girLwoman, who looked as if she had hartiJy coifleoutof her tpensj iijiile the gentleman, had cspected to confront some tfill Ecdtto maiden tl o intipodes of tlieonc tin c btood fair and aopprcntlv m hci first jouth beforo him for Christiana Lynde dtd not look her years ind they were oniy fiie I urn she sir and this ib tlie httlo bov ibout me, aiidshe gazed down upturned ot the child Yes this is my little Gerald business imperatively summons mo to Tti rope for this Summer 1 wanted to fiiidnomc quiet, pleasant home for tlie child and the i: icnd of hom 1 rote j.ssuros me, that I cm obtain this AWth you ITc lias been motherless tlieso and the iiu.n s shook and tbe death of iaj nue broke hei mothers bcait ho I have no one lioni lo e my boy Tlieie nere teais m the 'ioft eyes of tl ti oung teacher, as she asXed, Wjh 3011 come to un. my bov? and Gerald looked at her i moment, and then up to her, and she rook the cluld i pon her lap and smooth edhis slmiing -md looking t the two, then, Mi Hood thought I can trust the child Mtli her So tbe arrangements nil con--urania ted that morning It Mas settled that Gcr old Kood should join the company of half doren bo33 and girls which ilit> even to thaf one which IB tlie crowning dory of bho fcif for you have a far better-dami to u than I but 1 should likgitjust this one you not willmjiJt should wear if? and tho-tearscame into tto ladv a blue eyes lo he sure you eliall, cried voieo of HOM shall I tUank you for this I do not kuoM Hsleanpaj 'ou shall have all I atil ou? mr purse Getiovru pobifc eoftly biwk that made Jierivorda very Bff6at, any remuneration It is enough thu permit mo to wearjho broodh Jit seems somehow, aunt there was aholvinflnr how, aanftherewas nco ahoitt it1 Poor as Cbmbana wan, elie had alithe pndo of tho raao aba same feom. and aho would have urged tha oontenfoTof the on her ItostesB, had sho'-nofesoenjtwould. W imto useless to do so Sha tried to thant bar hostess, but broke down here, by ha> side, andherwil fluttering hands tefeg joung eul'B ibooluer1 iy of hal; cened into her house as boarding scholars, while bhe had a diy sehool of eoniothirtj other children You can reiidilj dnme reader thit to ac complish ill this Mithout fortune orforalong tune influential Christiana Lyiide mast h u e been no ordinary woman In that small delicite figure M is comprised a world of persistent energy ana early misfortune had developed aoii matuied ic ut in ago Inch made the uouti istbetweeu her appear anco and hei aclnevenieiits avery foicible OGB hivd remained a district school teacheTjju PentonviUo for nearly tMo years then an upportunitj offering, eho liad remov to tho clw, where she enjojod gccntci pivntngea foi educating heisolf, and cs LuLuibhui a piivate Jiifu groat ly expanded, "until she resohcd to take i home of her own, on discovering un opportu- nity oi recoirmg a eouplfi ol scholars into lier family lhc firbt yetr sha bad met ber expenses fet> Goii orphan and she MIS now a uiltnated and Chnstian .gentlewoman bho ivus bappy m tha m dst of her duties, and her cbildroo, but thero were times when the big jioart of CliribUana yearned foi tnat one fountain of tmioerness erjuaa which, for her in wab not' Light months had passed Christ- mas .eve, and tne young teacher sat m her loom, loading a great hemlock branch gifts for her children, now and then their breaks of laughter rose up ftoui the room, below, and a happy smile started over the lady s lips atehe continued hor v ork. She paused suddenly, for there eanio the running patter, of child's foet alons the passage, an eager hand grasped the haodlc-of her locked then a obit's >oioo shouteuV up suddenlT aud glad, "Miss LyoCe, papa hasuorae' rjapihae oomo' well ami banpy my boy is lookio" and he is greatly attached to you 1 do mrt know your care UinXiynde, eaidSTr llood half an boor later aa ho sat with the younff Gerald yras fluttering between them, 'You foi the Air Hood. The care lias bioniEht its own -ward, andnuvtho boy rushed up to hor, GhriBtiana.bent down, and passed Lor. hand carosflingly oTorliw fwr Hco. Bter fjuwt started suddenly, though unsooi Ihon ho, too, bent Hna on hor and aa she 1 her lioaa, a curious, ergmfiwmt glance eaid, The had not rte looked mrprwd quite so much   borers, etc is one thtril, or HEAVY SALE or An operator afto cmiiail, bought a few since, the cconnon qtuntity of eight thousand Uerccs ot htd COY lying nt tlio towns of Canton, saw, KcoUuk, Burlington on the Upper Mississippi River _________ Illinois and Glasgow, Westoo ani St. on the Missouri The price paid istleten per pound, cash in hum) CALIUITV Schavler Citizen fcajs tbnt on morniflf, the (d mat, Jonathan Race WBB dnragi wagon containing his Umilv, a creek, ia that countr, winch had betanoU len ram, his fcand tuo cluloreawertpe- cipitaicd into the water, aud be tore thelutir coulii'be they were drovmcd TJIE number of barnglturncd recently in lie Southern Suws, IK i oubft R L see recon' the loss of ia tbe Souihern papers Moht frequently, the deftruciioiii iccnsioncd by nogro fncccflarlcf. thc3 have of tukiug i cugrancc on masiu who odtiiidLil them JTHER Bio CBOP JfoatebiDg, on tbt I Nemahi, 15 miles from tSis city, BOS, tbht fall, cubbed mcr S iOft hushed ot com (tea f 40 ucroa cf ground broken but fall, cmg enough to ft tnueuag bouse. Tknu one of -ho Rmiillcr items whtt-h ,lic of Nebraska Tho persons at Oberhn indicted .1011 of the fugitive Elavijvlni" v surreaderi.a UitiiiuUts to the with lit I exception of ihe fugilrtt slaves, for Ciuada sjenlhs IrOTB hctr n curnd m Boston l week I PAYXENT rORVoUNT Oa I 1 ins Mtsa Aim Cuauiaybua, the of tin. "ilouat Vcrnon Auocu j .ion, caused to be p id to Jo1 1 i W ton the -eum of fiftv SLI m ihonsmd null uuiretL tuc said b auiouut ou liwt throufeuGeo W Bip itio inaeut-ar of the Two now Mcu regents been appointed-- I For U Martha Mttcbell, Hi'i uud for Juutucky, liosa Johnsoa, itcxiugioa Twr Dftring In, n onth of nd S35 m q tloltttrs, 5-200 000 in ouiirttfis, 000 m I m half tiunce, Hud 000 m I pieces ufiro coined at ho Pbiladelptiic miflt- Also, (or 2 ceuta Total gold silver aud copper coinage, I At Athens, Me teacher in one ef I ichools lo correct a ficholut mother scholar interfered to present the p sbmeiit ihe msstor thoreapoo a ta subbed the in the nick Tbe was considered A dangerous ono bv dw I ma Tbo nnoia of tUe teachir (uif t ,he boy etnbbed) it. John Bhjaes, A >oufh named William sw of SCr Jesse amcst who resides in j d on Tuesday for atteu.ptinc to ihootbii fr luc boy some past, hu W >eyond Uit. control of bin parents, -said, whipped his futher be cd undue interference to check The San Francisco Chronicle cost of tlietraecr nrer gold to of Cfthfotnia, ui agaiost hi gold dUbt, h ca lostj bopei wrecked and by repeated ibe ng Viang ilie of tlio Irt-er, or u depths of tbe ivhiiu tuh t mothers, wstcro and tlie> uiuy never agai A Blare women belougmgw of Ala, fculj p usU, Oa on her return to noni with the famSh to summer und to U would Iw or had -sbo retnamed at a reiuniing to up Toluuuw owacr, sajtng a better ttuiior treatment there than m The St. toula Detnoorat Bieutlons It isi very Bipgular( "t olteb wear ttho RBHtleman'a band. oji festiviUaj o of goM, bougln in lied upward of and tlio whole wasol tbg huts au 1 ty The people -of Jftusour! nnd tiog u Uiclj business in the talk ooufideotly about hundred iu tu IBS (Ky F% thu ibt crafty soot near Jklllersburf, to lie cougar -or pauthor, w the to the Bourbon putwei. 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