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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - November 3, 1870, Canton, OhioVolume 37. Canton stack county Ohio thursday november 3, 1870. A Timber 21.- business directory j st. Paul s episcopal Church Corner of tenth and Poplar Nim. Sunday re m o clock a. And o clock p. Usu Day 1 o clock i. Thursday eve Skok Utu re 74 o clock. Kkt. Jas. V. Lavertve Rector. F c. J. Geiger. I Rumill Fettu Wanwa Street. Canton i lilo. American hotel. By a. I Rothacker Falna. Lilo. Apia 7m i Stark county Democrat. A. Mcgregor a Ron publisher and Plain and. Fancy Job Printer Umpire Block. Canton Ohio. V Hiram Thurston Book bind and Blank boo manufacturer. All. Order from Harnad promptly attended tii. Bind. Ery in Tinner. Hink up Stair Union Ohio. J j. B. Mccrea furniture ii eater and undertaker East Tut a John p. Re merchant tailor and dealer in american and imported cloth., a it Timerra vesting and gents furnish inc goods also Aire in for the Kiziu mewing machine. Canton Ohio. May of f Prince a Haas l Metallo and All kind of coffin Alt Ataw nil Liand. Two ill town alway in read 5 m cum Street Lunyou Utu. Edwin Smith. Photographer particular attention Given to Popiuk my Lane info picture. Oval Vrato Ami Ailt Tina Coli Nutly on bund. Koom in Matthew Thlork South Street. Canton Ohio judiatti1ia. J. Douds Mirvena re nut Offley no Taira. In Reenee to Market Atrit weft Auli hire Tours Antu of fume Houar. Tanton Ohio. All of Pertici connect with it Trofi Jion promptly attendee la Meeia or. P. I. Rowan licentiate of tha cola. Of Ravul run and 5ir of Vetn. Ontario will Roc Riv at i Attica and raid orca Diirr Durw Nunt of c. J. Lierer Druff Porc up a Muir. Piura of from i o 1u. and 2 to 3 1 Or. J. 11. Siddall ran lit etrur1 Block Canton Ohio. Geo. D. Harter a bro., hankers East Tea Tarawa Street. Canton. Ohio Kermit a Lepolt Irmin Money Ziy told. Sle ter. Lond. And compound intercut note. Bought and sold. S. Wjk . Meyer attorney at Jiw. Canton. Ohio. Office in Donna Vniller a new building near Public Para not3 Kun i r. S. Shields. At Tirney at Law. Canton. Ohio. Of Teo in Haftl Block l id boor Over of Lellig burlier a "70-i f c. L. Valland1gham, counsellor at Jiw Dayton Ohio. Will Erastice in he several 6tate and Federal courts. Oftie no. 4s7 third Street nest stairway Kant of the Ohio ld.ura.6ee Couman. Marls 70yl so. W. Aasu. Ago. A. Aurut. Raff it Baldwin attorney at Law Canton Ohio. Office in Chatag Block up stairs. Ano turf atm. Mckinley. Attorney a Law office in Eagle Block Orer National Bank Canton Ohio. June gtit7 j. A. Com Exford. Robt. Campbell. Comerford t Campbell attorney. At la tramp s build in. Canton Ohio up stairs. French and Lierman spoken. Septal . Mcgregor. Attorney at Law. And general collecting a , Jasper county. Missouri. Oct Ltd Harvey Laughlin attorney at Law notary Public. Alliance Loru Skaaru Hist wis ism. Sch fer a Garnett Adorney at Law Canton Stark county Ohio Lunel 7orra William a. Lynch attorney at Law and notary Public office in my Mitty m ., Vii we vi1iu. 111. To Mccoy fit at Tomey a. Law and general collection a Dent Alliance Ohio business entrusted to his care will re Eire prompt attention. Sitf t. G. Williard. Unto Surveyor office in the county recorder s Moa. In the Wikidal building where he can be. Found when in the City if not. Any business wanted can be left with Jacob Kaplinger esq.,county recorder who will tire due notice Law authorize the county Surveyor to take the acknowledgement of any instrument of he will therefore write and acknowledge agreements mortgages deeds a at fair prices and upon the shortest notice. Canton january i Lam. " Otto Winter alter. Practical watchmaker and jeweler and dealer i watches clock jewelry and silverware repairing neatly done on Short notice no 2 Eagle Block. Canton Ohio. Feu we Deuble & brother dealer in watches. Clocks jewelry silverware to East Side of Public Square Canton done on Short notice. J. A. Meyer dealer la american and foreign watches clocks silverware and fancy goods Northwest Corner of Public Square Canton Ohio. Repairing neatly. Expeditiously and satisfactorily done. We Thompson dealer in real Ett Tate. Dwelling houses for Sale rent or Exchange for City or farming property. Building lots every variety Price and location for Sale any Nientsu received and four years tim Givon. Olyce in Uane s Block. East Tuscarawas w Street up st Ira. Nov2stf ii. Selden a estate and collection Agency Comer fifth 2. And Poplar streets. Canton Ohio. Farms and of town property bought. Sold and Krutey. Title examined 1 axes paid estates settled deeds 8.mortgni.leases a written Money borrowed Aud loaned on heal estate. Coal Aud Ether kinds of Mineral property wanted Tolease or Purchase. Jauw Ioyel g. Eicheh 111 real estate agent office above Hane a leather store East Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio May of Exchange hotel by a Sponhauer. At old depot. Guests properly cared for and Bills moderate. Mayl2 to Whf Jackson hotel Louis Hollger proprietor North Market Streel Alliance House. By Daniel Sourbeck at the station Alliance. Ohio. Meal always la readiness on arrival of car. St. Cloud hotel c t. Ely proprietor Public Square Canton Ohio. Jul Tsi hts take dealer in millinery and fancy goods no 1 opera House Block a own Scillio. Nyx Ltd o. C. A. X. ceo Aoi. No. 4. O. 17. A. Meets every evening at 1i o clock in danns. Miller new Block. De. E. Men Art. C. R. H. Ii Roii r. 8. Jan Ayi. J. D. Snavely. County auctioneer would respectfully offer i services to those wishing them. Charge reasonable. Apply at auction rooms no. N. K. Corner of Public Square Canton o. Octhm3 american hotel Solera Ohio John a. Dellenbaugh proprietor. This popular Aud n House has lately been re tit Ted and furnished throughout a Good ample room for commercial traveler. Liver stable la connection with the House and omnibus to and from All train. Those patronizing the House will stall time receive prompt and courteous Atu Matlou. Aug7tf livery. I Viliy livery Crevoisie s lot is at., Canton Ohio Earnst Middaugh proprietors we have the finest rigs in the City. Being new and Good horses. Conveyances to t on reasonable terms with or without Driver. Of Milf Votice. Any person or persons desiring a Patent Power Kate iier Cau have on for twelve dollars by address in Al math in canal Fulton Tatark . Eept7m3 the thing a h Apa Leo n j educational. Washington College Alexix Tox a. Faculty gen. R. E. Lee j. Sakkis a. A. Professor of a. Willi a. M., professor of greek.edwak1j s. . A. A. Prof of modern language. Professor of Kii Klish. A v. So 4.4 it am m prof of moral . Preston Johnston. A. A history and Killish literature. . 1 .r.ix, h. .11., . Allan a. Prof. Applied . Mettlach if. A. A. Prof. Natural philosophy v,., i. a. . To prof. Applied . J. W. Huik Kenk Hongu prof. Mayvie a. Mase t prof. Modern . In.? i a. St., As i of. a. Raves ass t Prol Euclid a x. N,ass t prof chem str. And principal of business school for the present the instruction in English i divided Anionic the professors of moral philosophy Aimi ern and history with the Aid i so assistant i Roies Sor. The duties of this chair Are discharged Hyth professors of chemistry and natural philosophy. I. Academic course the r in Dit Dod into i mint Rohrl Aih fully and compete in it Wilf in a Wii oru Ine Hift Xirui to Tor run Jerinic Thein the Devraj uni Nohemi of a duration and thorough. The mud ont Slect his own of wipe of study of incr Tho dirtion of a Aaront or Tea no Uii Tut that no motive May be wanting to a Complete and etude of Eai Uttin. The Marate Ohotin a o they Niue in irom Hinhle into the following be 1 department of arts this pm rare the huh in of greek Knif Linh moral philosophy mathematics. With to Othera to he elected one from the and one from the scent inc Shoola. The decree i Rann Cir of Ann i one conferred on the to sent no acct Tully completes this course. R. Department of science. Thi err Rafeei the Mativi applied mat he Matira. Natural philosophy t Hintry French with one other to he elected from the school. To this Eure in attached the decree of tic Tienor of science. 3 department of philosophy., this Emir Acea a nor Lith. Sam Lorn Imru circa Moruzi item tory and nature with two others to he elected one from Tho. In Terry and one from the scientific a Miosik. To this course is attached the degree of Bachelor of Rio Sony. The la tire of master of arts is conferred on students who have completed the Courne of study in nine of me schools and have taken action in seven of these. Ii. Professional course. The of Mecine Rinir were on run sized after the War to meet a Wunt ions Felt in the South of the Hii Chest Grade of acid Ntihem instruct Ion in these important professions. They Are Bow in iii Auu Succes Sim operation. 1. Department of civil engineering. This embrace in thematic. Anolie Mathe Matics physics mechanics chemistry f Rench . Drawing Antl astronomy. Students who successfully Complete this course receive the diploma of civil . S. Department of mining engineering. This embrace Matee Mattics Anolie mathematics physics chemistry mineralogy Aud geology metallurgy mining. German and English. To this course is attached the diploma of mining Engineer. It is proposed still further to extend the practical and scientific departments in the direction of 1. Mechanical engineering z. Applied chem try. A. Agriculture. Commerce. 8. Department of Law. Thi embrace the school of Law and poo iii to i. V Atia Ciocu me agree of Rva Neier Law. Iii. Preparatory depart. Ment. Thi a been Orson sized Temnor Silv 1 a Henelt of Young men who have been prevented by the War from obtaining proper academic preparation for College. It embraces the subjects of uict., Misici Ratics Anu in Glisn. Lode or instruction an examination. To secure constant and thorough drilling the classes Are divided into sections of from Twenty to thirty which Are taught separately. In the lower classes the instruction is niacin la Given by text Book s and exercises in the higher classes lectures Are combined with these. The examination Aje Boto Oral and written Ami those Corpron Cliency Ana distinctions Are thorough and honors and scholarships. A special inducement to Dill Euce. Threefold medals and five honorary scholarships the latter covering tuition and College fees Are Annu ally master of arts Are annually appointed As resident masters with valuable privileges and emoluments. The College educates free of charge All Candi Date for the ministry properly appoints to free scholarship Twenty five e Young men intending to make journalism their profess Ion. It gives a Long credit to meritorious Young men without Means who wish an . The discipline of the College tinder the control or the president tends to develop Honor Manli Ness and t. Necessary expenses Are not More than t32s per annul. 1 he College fees and three months Board amounting to about 170, Are required ind Vance. Parents Are advised to Deposit the funds for their son with the treasurer experience having shown the Benefit of this to the session opens Tho thursday of september and closes the fourth thursday of june. 9 for catalogue or other particular App Lylo j. Leech. C Erst or faculty Lexington va.june8tf Betian College. He thirtieth session of Thi institution will ii Euce on september. 1870.and terminate on the 16th of june. Fs7l. It is to Mantle slav situated in tha to. In i and of the Panhandle of West Vir Ginia easily accessible by Railroad or River an surrounded with the most favourable influences for student life. H has a property in endowment . Apparatus Library. A. Of Over and thus enabled to sustain a faculty and furnish facilities for thorough education of thievery first order. Ample accommodations. Provided for both Dpi lie Ani . And unfurnished room will be let to student Sho wish to Board themselves. Courses of a regular literary course including the . Lor the decree of it us. Literary and scientific course for the Degre Bachelor of sciences. 3. The course for Mas ter of arts. The course for Muster of social course in practical he Misir. Civil engineering. A. Detailed As to these courses will lie found in our Cuenl. Apparatus and my skin to institution Lias a Complete set of philosophical apparatus and students who wish it Are trained the of Field . A. .1oughly fitted lip Laboratory for practical instruction and work 111 chemical a Lysis. And an ample or iii sinus 01 natural history. Terms tuition $50 per session boarding from i2 to Nee sre1r or. I rooms per session to each student preparing for the ministry. Free tuition to sons of minis ters of the gospel of All . Up c Ulm up y r catalogue tol. Loos Secretary or to. K. Pendleton president jul rooms plants & Lewis Eagel nurseryman & Florist offers in addition to i usual Stock of Al varieties of vegetable pc Flower seeds. His extensive Plant House Corner of eighth Ana Plum streets Canton Ohio Are now stocked with the finest and Best growing plants a America. Specially of All new bedding plants which1 Imi Wied in the fall of lao renew roses new Verbena. New fuchsias 3g varieties new foliage Planta nex double Geranium 12 Tri col or Geranium new zonal Geranium new dahlias new and Harry pm boxes 23 varieties new Heliotrope new hydrant up new Pas Flora Etc. In addition to the above i offer a Large Stock of fruit and ornamental Trees Vine Anu Khz robbery at Lew rats. Also cabbage tomatoes beet Pepper celery and annual Flower Sweet potato Planta in season. Jive me a Call. Canton. March 30. Ia7u-t f Akron stage. Tip the st. Cloud hotel for Greentown and All intermediate Point to Akron at 7 30, a. Mon mondays wednesdays and fridays returning on alternate Day. Through far to Akron $ls0. Express package delivered promptly an cheaply. P. Numan proprietor. Nowarul is. Ii Ron to. Rev to ept Milo shall be City plumbers. Under the old Constitution of our state numer Ous Public functionaries were promoted to positions of profit and Trust by appointment from the chief executive of our Commonwealth thus in Many instances person were elevated to neither natural endowments nor acquire knowledge and ability to qualify them for the position sought and their appointment was hailed More As office Seeke r thana Blessing to those whom they wer to we Are a progressive people and under the a arrangement things Are otherwise and men to Ortice Are uniformly persons of acknowledged ability and Merit and must of necessity have been residents of the county for a time at least Ana enjoy tie Confidence and their constituents. Best & Martin. City plumbers by Choice if any Are sceptical As to the truthfulness of Thisbe refer tour work w hich will Bea testimony to the fact. We her or thu l employ constantly whose work will rival that of us incr the Hixion. We Cement lined pipe if parties prefer Lead pipe galvanized Iron Pine. Tin lined Lead pipe. We furnish High pressure boilers to convey hot water int any part of the dwelling Nam 1uds, Shower Baths sinks of All kinds Wash stands. Murble izod Wash run n hydrants. Street grim Hose nozzles and fountains for Yards ornamental Iron fencing. We also keep on hand constantly general assortment Oiga fixtures and globes and a tip top Gas and steam fitter at commend. A general assortment of steam fittings As Well an soil and earthen pipe Cistern Well andr orce i umps Best hot Ai r Furnace made and the celebrated Star Range Stark county. Galvanized Irviv & ti3t roof avg. Eave trough galvanized Cornice of All style put of in the Best manner and onshore notice. We also keep a general assortment of Tiv Ware Call and see our goods and prices i Best Marti if Nonik Market Street t Antea o. Rori7, 70-t-f a. Woolen Mills attention Farmers Don t fail to Call at Headquarters when too want to buy flannels Good and cheap blankets Good and cheap Cassimeris Good and cheap sat nets Good Aud cheap yarns Good and cheap new patterns Bright colors Good colors full Width & will Wear. Bring along the Wool you have and Exchange it. Custom work done and satisfaction warranted. M1ddlebury Doleh Mills Middlebury dyeing. Cone and Petee French team scorer and clothes cleaner Max Elbin t building East Tuscarawas Street Caxton Ohio. Stoats. Cloaks shawls. Pants vests dresses a and All sorts of garments cleaned up on Short notice and made to look As Well As new. Woolen garment coloured a Beautiful work promptly Dene at reasonable left on my hands will be for Eitedal the end of three month Jantti turf j. Wrist lies Noil Rittuc maa silk & Woolen Dyer 5 doors West of Post office a toff o. H awls of every description cleaned equal to k3 new. Straw hat dyed and presed. Crape and Feather dyed and curled. Lace berate. Merino and velvets cleaned an dyed any color or Shade. Dresses dyed without being taken apart. Also carpets bugs a. Men clothes cleaned and pressed. Warranted to give Sal is faction and on the Low est terms Jun Lotf m " Uci Usini tint me War i Toner particular skilled. Mumbus journal. J oot7-t f u Money cannot buy it Folh s kit is or hip pc War War a my m is bpm v i est is. Is. The Diamond glasses by j. E. Spencer & co., n. Y., which Are now offered to the Public Arey All the celebrated opticians tithe world to l the most perfect natural Arti Chitu help to the human be Ever Are ground under their own from minute Crystal be Belem melted together and derive their name. Diamond on account of their Hardu Eya and brilliancy. The scientific principle on which they Are constructed bring Tho Core or Centre of the Lens directly in front of the eve producing a Clear and distinct vision a in the natural healthy sight and preventing All a plea Sand sensations us h As glimmering and waver ing of the sight , a Peculiar to All oth in . Tate arc Morreim to the finest a Mara in a rabies of the n st Quality of till materials used for that purpose. Their finish and durability cannot he so . None genuine unless bearing their Trade Mark stamped on every Frame. A Sublie & bro., jeweler and opticians Are sole agents for Canton Ohio from whom they can Only be obtained. These goods Are not supplied to a idlers at any Price. Aucl7- 70-l y Why will you fix your by eight by using common glasses when you can Purchase pfc Morris celebrated perfected spectacles 8c Eye Glasse s. The Bent in tie world. They Are recommended by the faculty for up it of material. Hill Iunce of finout. Bah Auu rowers in which they Excel All others. They last Many years with out change. They can be obtained in Canton Ohio of or. J. A. Meyer watchmaker & jeweler Amie appointed agent for this place. Ano paddlers employed or supplied. Ocura 69-lo d groceries. Louis Dumont Han purchased the interest of Joseph Dumoulin in i no grocery establishment. Of Geo. A. Winterhalter West aide of Public Boware. And will .1 r and most Complete assortment of provision is and fluff his to be found in to City of Canton. Goods delivered. Me a Call i oct at Louis Dumont. North Market grocery. Fhe undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens of Canton and the Public Kener Rall that that they have opened a new grocery store at no. 53 North Market st., Cauton Ohio. We will keep a full Supply of ii Oice Geode eyes Bitch a sugar Coffee teas spices a and everything kept in a grocery store. Iglic sit Market Arlee lai4 Lor country produce. 1vi? to a Call. 7 Terv l Waltee Beche k co. B. F. Rohwer. store 130 East Tuscarawas st. Groceries & provisions of All 1ixi4 always 03t naked. Ash for country produce. J6st1aqs wanted. B. F. Kohrer. Ept7m2 wagons. Wagons wagons. The Are now prepared Totake order for f rid Wal keep constantly on hand the Studebker & Jackson wag o a los at prices that defy Competition. All parties wanting a Rood reliable article will please Call and examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere. All work. Warranted Ballard fast co., tar Walnut st la a. Canton coo Pering. C00peeing cider and Apple barrels for Sale. I continue to carry on coo Pering in All i branches on 5th Street two Square East of Cherry Canton o. Those in want of cider and Apple barrels Butler kegs Beer kegs and tier Ware in my line please Call. Wanted two Journeyman Coopers or making Apple and pork barrels. Aug utmost John Schaufele. Notice. Coal fire Clay and paving i Rick Yurt by Andrews Donnelly Sli Mph m so w. Of Canton on tha Richville Road. P. O. Box 410, Canton. Oct of enquire Orrne rtnder1jrnpd at his who will Diho crat spt7 poetry. Tee total song. Air Uther of could Kail in ther Sauld Kail in alvrdei3n, Antl cannot a s in Btu Thovie and morn and e in they re Blithe and to in thut Hnud them Frue the Wojcie now hand be Frao the Cogie lad and bide be frae the coie ill Tell be True be h never Rue o passim by tie Cogie. Yonng will was Braw and weel put on sae Blithe was he and Vogie and he got Bonnie Mary Ion the Flower of a Strat Foogie Avha wad Hae trocht at wooing d e or fori Aken Mary and Taen him to the Sipplin Trade w v boozing Hab and hurry Sair Mary wrought air Mary grat she Faree would lift the ladle i pitiless feet tween Ilka Greet she rocked the borrowed we Tidia was Frane she newer Thoet to borrow la Bonnie face was mixing wan Aud will wrought Al che sorrow. J in Relin a new a Winter nits i iii Lul Frior the Gamin or n Taen the Rig he Jii sed tie Brig and lorie8 o or him Loam in i broken Banes out o or the cranes Sheeree iii up Strath Gie Anil a the Nicht he Pray Ewi might to keep him frae Thelgie. Now Mary s heart i Light again she s neither sick i if silly for Auld or Young a f info Tongue could e or entire her Willie. A baud be frae the Cogie i the weary Gills the 80 rest ill on Brae o fair . Select Story. Rabbi Raschi. A jewish Legent. Among the most Learned and pious jews of the twelfth Century next to the great Maimouna or Maimonides of euro Pean Fame stands Kaschin or Asho was properly called Schlomo Ben Isaac. He wrote a commentary on Thora and on several of the books t the prophets and also one on the talmud. He was a great mathematician and among his own people was reverenced Lor Nis Sanctity and Alceu cism. His parents lived in Toulon but Kaschin was born in 1 roves and this is the reason Why his father Isaac and his Mother left Toulon shortly before the birth of the Anua the Good woman walked Down a Nar Row Street. A cumbrous Wagon was be no drawn along it by four Stout horses and the Wagon filled the Street so As to make it impossible to pass. Seeing this the woman turned to seek a Side Street but at that moment the car of a Young Nobleman drove us the Lane toward her the woman ran from Side to Side in quest of a Corner into which she might Retreat from the danger of being crushed by one of the vehicles. Look at the jewess " exclaimed the Driver of the Nobleman s car How fright ened sue is v whip the horses and run her Down said Nis master. The two vehicles approached and the poor creature finding no place of Retreat r in a piteous cry Snarie against the wan. At that moment the huge wheel of the Wagon rolled toward her almost grazing the House Wall. I Hen suddenly the Wall bowed inward and formed a Little recess in which the jewess stood secure. Softer and More yielding Are these stones than your hearts to christians " sue exclaimed. Now when this Miracle was known it was at once concluded that it was wrought by magic and Isaac fearing lest it should be the cause of their being both brought to the stake file d precipitately to troyes and there Raschi was born. 3vhen Raschi was an old Man and was renowned everywhere for his vast learning and profound Wissot Repeki above a for is great holiness the school Onerem be taught was crowded with pupils and his sayings were treasured As though they were precious like Gold. He fasted continuously Only eating what was just sufficient to keep life in and what he ate was of poor Quality and was mingled with ashes r e drank nothing save water and of that Only a Little once a Day. He remained whole nights in prayer and when not engaged in teaching during the Day he stood rapt in meditation. As he stood at his window one evening two jews passed and they were speaking of him. One said to the other was there Ever in the Days of the prophets a greater Saint than is this rabbi Raschi to which the other replied. Surely for him there must be prepared one of the most exalted stations in then the rabbi fell to music on the place that was to be his in the kingdom of on god and he wondered who would be his companion in tha land of Light and sit at his Side in Paradise. With his thoughts fixed on this theme he stood Long at his window gazing out Over the Vine Cla d Hills toward the horizon where the Sun had set and where its rays Bhot upward kindling the finely attenuated vapor which Hung in the air and making the Blue of heaven Green As grass. Level bars of Cloud burned like Gold in a Furnace and Small misty Iraq mems glowed Scarlet like Nery nines growing in a Field of sunlit grass Between is strips of yellow crocuses. Is the old Man stood with his Eves fixed on the West and his mind revolving in to Unis suggested by the speakers. Be saw the Western sky undergo a sudden transformation the Golden Clouds became Steps of Light in a pavement of amethyst and on these platforms were placed pairs of Golden thrones with gorgeous Robes of Ruby tissue cast Over them and in these Robes diamonds were set and As the Light changed they twinkled like Sparks that cancer about the ashes of consumed paper. Upon each throne a name was writ ten with lightning brilliancy. And the rabbi saw on two of the highest two mat stood Side by Side on the same stage Raschi Ben Isaac of Revens Burr. And Tabraham Ben Gerson of Barcelona. As soon As the old Man had made out these names the Light faded and he found that us the sky was dark that Only a faint am ber glow remained above the horizon and that the stars were shining in the dark vault. So he shut his window and he busied himself through the night in Gath ering Neto Gether a Lew necessaries for a Jour Ney for he was resolved Ere break of Day Day to Start Tor Barcelona and to make the acquaintance of Abraham Ben Gerson " who was to be his companion in Paradise. After a tedious journey Raschi arrived in Barcelona his feet sore with walking and his Palm fretted with the staff he held and his shoulder galled with the straps of the Little Knapsack which held his clothes and provisions. As he entered the Townie thought to himself i will not mention the holy Man by name but will sea whether the hebrews Here know of his High Merit and future then meet ing a jewish Wood Cutter he stopped him Aud said Friend who is the most pious of the faithful in this City the Wood Cutter replied rabbi Jona than who is the next greatest Saint in the City ? " Levi Ben have Yon other Wise just and holy men Here certainly there is Izmael Zadik there is Jehoshua Ben Amnon Samuel the Learned Moldwai Cohen " but stay interrupted Raschi the of one i mean i suppose Ajust be a very old Man with Pale face bowed Knees a Long of White Beard eyes red with tears from much weeping for the transgressions of Israel of a Man Ever engaged in prayer who Macer ates his body and trains his there is no such a Man in Barcelona answered the Wood cute r. stay exclaimed the rabbi detaining him can you Tell me aught of Abraham Ben Gerson ? " Abraham Ben Gerson echoed the labourer he is no Saint. A is a Rich try Wrt to Viz for particulars inquire on Eula. I or address Box 419, Canton o containing j a r Man a delicate liver keeps much company and is in High favor with the where does he live Friend follow me. And i will show the rabbi Raschi was brought by the Wood Cutter before a Marble Palace. Gaily Capar ironed nurses stood at the door Fieldy pages in Gallant liveries. He hastened up the flight of Steps leading to the in trance and entered the Ball. It was paved with coloured marbles the Walls were encased with Alabaster richly silk curtains Hun before the hours ten. Bremen waited there lounging on velvet sofas till the master of the House should attend to them. Servants or littering with Gold lace harried about bearing salves of me most precious Metal on which were goblets full of iced wines and plates with delicious confections which they handed u new tuts illustrious visitors. Travel stained and a lean mis us uis Rule Sian Nis Gaberdine i tatters his Long White Beard untrimmed and the White hair of his head in fun Ralph locks unattended to the wondering Raschi seemed entranced. A servant approached him with a Golden Salver on which were wines. The old Man raised his staff and with flashing eyes indignantly signed him to retire. Suddenly a Silver Bell tinkled. Instantly All the Nobles Rose the servants started to the stairs leading to the upper portion of the House Drew Back the brocade curtains that screened the ascent and ranged Maui Shives in a line Between tie stairs and the Entrance door. In another moment a Noble Lookin g jew in a Crimson velvet dress with Gold chains about his neck appeared accompanying a Spanish Prince of Royal blood conversing with him familiarly As they descended the Steps and As he led him to the door. Make Way said rabbi Raschi thrusting his staff betwixt two of the liveried servants make Way for the master of the House stood still and looked at him then made a sign to the domestics who fell Back and allowed the old Man to pass. Raschi s Cheeks grew Crimson. His hand trembled As he thrust it Forth and Laid it on the Arm of the wealthy jew. Are you Abraham son of Gerson ? " he asked in faltering tones i am. What do you want with me father i must speak with you. Lead on to a private the merchant obeyed. And Broucht the rabbi into a Little room Hung with Blue silk fretted with Silver. I am Raschi Ben Isaac said the old Man and i came Here to seek Vou. I hoped to have found a pious jew i find one living in pomp and worldliness. I hoped to Nave found one fasting and Pray ing i find one eating and trafficking. I thought to have found one the favorite of god and i find one the courted of princes and Nobles. Is this a House for a jew a child of a despised and outcast race ? the Temple Lieth waste and Fiall we live in luxury and splendor i feel honoured in being visited by the illustrious Raschi said Abraham. Shamed. Shamed " exclaimed the rabbi. Are you not ashamed before me to exhibit All this profusion t god s Blessing has been on my Busi Ness said the merchant. And How do you recompense him cried the indignant Raschi. By neglecting the River by squandering the gift. Do you fast Long do you Wear the stones with your Knees my business occupies my time and de mands my energies. I Pray but cannot Pray for Long. I cannot fast or my Busi Ness would not be attended do Vou eat of meat the flesh of beasts not slain by a jewish Butcher " 1 Nave even done so. Have you partaken of the accursed flesh of the Swine i fear that i have you neglected regular daily at Tendance at the synagogue ? " Sty attendance has been irregular. alas v cried Down his staff and raising his hands to heaven. Surely there is injustice in Par Adise As Well As on Earth. Here lives a wicked jew a breaker of the Law. In splendor As a King in another place is a pious Man fearing god lacerating Oisin want and nakedness crushed by Dovert. And the Kino in of heaven a. Chives both and sets both on a level. Woe is me and he would have rushed from the chamber had not the merchant stayed him. Abbi. He said. I know my duty to god and Man and i practice it As Best i profane one " exclaimed the old Man. Trust not your own strength. When the ungodly Are Green As the grass and when Alj the workers of wickedness do flourish then shall they be destroyed " but just then there flashed before the rabbi s eyes that Golden throne beside beside his own. Which was written the name of the merchant. Come with me said Abraham. Taking the old Man s hand w my daughter is to b e married and to a y i am going to make presents to the poor of our tribe. They Are now assembled to receive my alms. And to whom is your daughter to be married ? " asked Raschi. To a Rich gen tile May be Jno. Answered the merchant mildly. To my clerk. He is not wealthy but to upright and useful and on his marriage shall make him my they descended the stairs to the Hall which the poor assembled. The Rich jew gave them abundant alms and As each received his gift he left. One old woman remained. She pressed Forward. And Abraham extended to her a Little purse. Jno 1 she exclaimed thrusting the Money aside i have not come Here to beg but for speak wherein can i advise Vou draw nearer to the woman approached him and began i am a poor widow hardly supporting four children. All any Hope was fixed on the marriage of my eldest daughter to him whom my dear husband now no More had betrothed her. He was an orphan brought up in our House and when he left be gained an honest and respectable livelihood and i hoped when he married my Miriam that we should have been raised from our be Surv. But. Alas his eyes have been blinded by Prosperity and is about to marry a Rich Wile and de Sert my woman Why do you come about this matter to me asked the merchant How can i give your Miriam Back her betrothed you can do so replied the widow. For that Young Man will be your Don Abraham started Back dismayed. For some moments he did not sneak. After a while however he broke silence and said to the old woman. Did the Young Man love Yon r Elariam i am sure very sure he did. I will inquire into the matter said the merchant turning away. Well now spoke Kaschin As they ascended the stairs together this is a bad business. However i see what must be done. Be generous give the Young woman Miriam a decent sum of Money " come Here interrupted Abraham be present at the wedding. By that time i shall have decided myself what is Best to be on the Morrow at the appointed hour having finished his morning prayers the rabbi Raschi Betook himself to the place him who was to be his Comrade in Par Adise. There he found a throng of guests All ranks filling the rooms. Music played and tables groaned under viands the richest and most rare descriptions Raschi with difficulty pushed his Way through the crowd to the chamber of the master. Don Abraham was dressed in a magnificent Blue velvet Robe Bro dered with Gold pomegranates of which the seeds were rubies. Around him were clustered the grandees of the town. On seeing Raschi he however advanced to Ward him and extended to him his hand. The wedding ceremony soon began in upright Douay forty Nln Anark new with remedy has co. J. To the court All was prepared an awning was spread then the Bride veiled in White was led Forward by two ladies. Then came the bridegroom accompanied by two gentlemen and the guests followed each with a lighted taper in his hand. From Balcony a band played and choirs Sang. A rabbi read aloud and distinctly the contract and the acceptance of the Bride Groom into partnership with himself As Abraham s donation of the Bride. Then the bridegroom took a Gold ring and placed it on the Bride s Finger with the words be to me wed by Means of this ring according to the Law of Moses and of the rabbi then gave the pair a bless ing. A Crystal Goblet was raised in the air and then shivered to atoms on the pavement and All the people shouted Masel top " Good Luck Don Abraham when this ceremony was concluded stepped up to the Bride and gently raised the veil from her face. God of our fathers " cried the Bride Groom staggering backward it is Miri am " the crowd remained silent As though turned to Stone for the Bride was not Abraham s daughter but the child of the poor widow. I must explain this Puzzle said the merchant smiling on the company. This girl was betrothed to this youth by her father on his deathbed. They were brought up together and loved one another i knew nothing of this and when found that the Young Man was worthy and useful in the business i proposed to him that he should become my son in la out of gratitude for past favors and i Hope of being Able As my partner to As Sist his poor relatives he yielded to my persuasion and promised to marry my daughter. Only yesterday did i ascertain the circumstances of his previous engage ment i knew then the reason of his fre quent fits of depression. His heart was elsewhere. Through me however shall two hearts never be saddened. I have made him my partner and Given him the widow s daughter to the newly married couple fell at his feet thanking him with tears and the peo ple gave a great shout of applause. Then Raschi laying about him with his staff beat himself a Way through the multitude and pressing up the merchant he burst into tears and throwing himself on his neck embraced him and raising his hands cried yes you Are worthy to reach Gan Eden Paradise glory be to god who has Given me such a Man a3 thou to be my companion for eternity glory a to god who has not made one rough Road alone to Paradise but has made Many roads besides who has pre pared a throne not for the fasting ascetic and contemplate alone but also for him who can do what is right and just freely once a week. Political. New York City vote. Governor Seymour s exposure of the Radical charges of fraud. Enrolment versus registry. Population of new York for representation and for the draft. A Radical dilemma. One Quarter of a million the Metropolis in cac ithe following Able speech was delivered at Rome k. the evening of act. Pm ii 7u,j no country can be Well governed unless those who control its action Are animated by just and generous purposes. We can not Hope to bring Back to our country that fraternal feeling necessary to its safety and which was broken up by the late civil War unless it is Felt that our govern ment to be fair in its dealings with All sections it is charged that the Republican have placed the people of the South under the feet of bad men who Are trampling non right and Justice in order to Noia political Power of Ira a or Force. These charges Are repelled by our political opponents who assert the troubles at the South Are prolonged by a lingering spirit i Relemon. It is not easy to get at to truth about these grave difficulties As their scenes Are Remote. It is natural therefore on each Side that the men Sho d accept the statements of their political friends As True. To throw Light Spoa the temper and purposes of the leaders of the Republican , As they concern our own and the Southern states i will Lay before some facts which Are within your own knowledge which have taken place Here and which no Man can gainsay. Men who ask you to give them political offices in our state and nation make it a leading Point in this canvass that Gross frauds have been committed at the elections held in the City of new York that by Means of these frauds the majority have been robbed of their political rights. These charges Are not Only pressed upon you by journals and Public speakers of this state out they Are rung throughout the land. If they Are True the guilty actors cannot be too severely punished by Public senti ment and judicial tribunals if they Are false if they Are put Forth As a cover for an attempt to cheat the people of the City of new York of a fair representation in the state and nation then those who make these charges Are unfit for official position. If they Are falsely made by those who control the Republican then you will know that the people of the South Are kept under the feet of malignant and wicked men who mean to hold Power at any Cost of Justice and humanity. These questions then growing out of the census returns of the cities of new York and Brooklyn Are of More than Mere local importance. They Are tha touchstones which show the spirit and Ruk Posztl of Pabst leaders. It is charged that the census returns prove that the vote Given in the City of of new York is so fraudulent and excessive that it has changed the result of our elections and wrongfully placed political Power in this state in the hands of the democratic . What Are the facts the census returns show that the Popula Tion of new York Falls but a Little below one million souls. Take the largest vote Ever Given in that City which was at the election of 1868, and which was less than 156,000. If this number proves fraud then there was fraud a this county at that same election. There was fraud in every Republican District in this state. There was fraud All Over our land. The population of Oneida county a about 109-00-0, and its vote was about 24,000. The vote in the state of new York at that election was More than 850,000. If the vote in the City of new York in proportion to its numbers As shown by the Cen sus shows fraud then unless the census Wili show that new York has More than 5,500,000 of people the Republican districts of this slate Are steeped in fraud to their very eyelids. The facts brought Forth by those who Are to reducing their own state disprove their own calumnies. These men Are not Only waging War upon the rights and interests of the whole state but also upon the City if they Cut Down the right Ful population of the City they Cut Down the rightful political Power of the state. New York suffers severely by her constitutional representation in the Senate 1 1. Were Ner Ioui minions of people count no 1 More than one Fortieth part other Popula j having tried in vain very advertised i a simple Means of self Cor a which he in address Ittak. 78 Lawious new York. I if Turl Tion living in some Rotten Boroug h state which has been manufactured for partisan purposes. It is a wicked thing to try to cheat her of her just Power in the House of representatives. It is a base thing for any of her citizens to be parties to this foul attempt. It is a monstrous thing that men dare come before you and ask you to give them your votes for the reason they Are wringing your state and doing what they can to disgrace it in the estimation of the world. Will you choose such mento represent you in the councils of Testate and nation it is said that advantages Are gained at the polls by repeating votes. If this a done it must be shown in the aggregate of the vote otherwise nothing could be gained by this of those who make these charges Tell you How cheating is done at election they know too much for the Good of their reputations. It is True that corruption is creeping into on canvasses. How can it be otherwise when nearly fifty thousand men who hold places trader the govern ment Are forced to give a percentage of their pay to make up a fund for partisan purposes ? of this you May be sure. The men who Are thus wronged by the Rob-5 7 of their buperior8 at Washington will take care to Rob from the Public More than enough to make Good their census returns throughout our land will not show its full population. In every City and town there Are complaints and proof that the work has been badly done. I believe that the census takers were paid the same sum for each person enumerated that was Given in 1860. The change in All values has been so great that this would not pay a Man for looking up carefully the names of those who might be away from Home or who lived in obscure or inconvenient places. They could with profit take the names of those they could easily reach All beyond that would be at loss to them. The census takers inthe City of new York had not Only a Mon eyed interest in doing their work carelessly but also Strong political reasons. Their interest called for a Small populations in democratic districts. Their leaders desired this result. You Seefor yourselves with what pleasure they speak of the fact that the City appears Tofall Short of that growth and Prosperity which All expected and every right minded Man desired. The enrolment of 1864. Those who have tried to fasten the charge of fraud upon the democratic of the state of new York have not Only failed in this but they have unwittingly unmasked a monstrous wrong of which they themselves have been question about the population of York and Brooklyn and of. Democratic districts is not a new one. It agitate this state a few years since and was the subject of a bitter controversy. In their haste to denounce others in their Zeal to draw false conclusions from the census re turns they forget that they Are bringing Forth proof that they themselves were guilty of crimes of ten fold deeper Dye than those they unruly charge upon oth . During the War an enrolment was made of those who were liable to do Mili tary duty. The government never did an act More grave More solemn or one which called for More unquestionable fair Ness than this. This sacredness of its Pur pose the preservation of the Union Sho Dhave invested it with a species of was a measure which touched the lives of our people the happiness of their Homes and which was to carry death and mourn ing into so Many family circles. It Wasto be a great lottery for life and the Tho that there should be fraud falsehood and fraud and injustice in its conduct shocks every mind that is not dead to Justice and to mercy. But when this enrolment was made it was to be so unequal and parti san that with others i deemed it a duty to look into it. I will give you a few of the results of that scrutiny. I beg every Man within the sound of my voice to recall to Hia mind tha stat Minto iii a made in the controversy which grew out of that subject. I ask you All without Ward to you political. Views to read again us was aria at int time in Polit i i " Vuu Vai x was found under this enrolment when Call was made for 300,000 men that nine democratic congressional districts who Obj at that time rave 1 fifi Ofifi into. Called upon to furnish More than 40,000,a. L t i i Bucu Wiio Iileen Taepu Obican Ai Sancts with a vote of More than 353.000. Were charged with but 33.0000. The lir forced to Send this excessive amount Wera mostly in the cities of new York and brn Nklan tha final nine districts which comprise these Citie s . I. Znuj Wui cuu Yuca Wilu a population a that time rated at 1,218,949, were called Arjon for 25 fir my a Viii of aqaafnaott., with Tea congressional districts and a population then rated at 1,231,006, had to furnish Nelv Zilfi at. Tho Samo Pmj the Vermont and new hamp4 Shire with a population of 641,171, with kit Ritof Rentja Nav. Inn t 099 men. Of Kiln lir Riffa in Ilia new York with a population. Of Only 283--i Nark were Cuba upon Lor Troia. 1 ask Vonia Arria Start. Intr Fafata a inf the sixth congressional District of new unit Vii. I a Ira in Tan Al. T u " i i n ii la Quitine nil in Trier Nonnom or View show that in Rainy wards in this District the vote is unduly Large in comparison with census returns. These statements Are put Forth As Clear proofs of elect or frauds. Now if the census returns of these wards Are not false the Republican and its leaders have been guilty of the foulest fraud Ever practice on a people. By the Cen j sus return there Are Only 118,200 people in the congressional District showing a tailing on of Moie than lb.000 since 1860 the Only District in the City in which it is Chaimea Mere is a loss of s a democratic District. Now in the enrolment of 1864, there was charged against this District More than 30,000 Merl As liable to military duty when in the county of Oneida which is said to have about the same population Only 9,190 were enrolled. More men were enrolled in the sixth District As liable to military duty than in any other District a this state or nation nearly three times As Many As were claimed of any Republican District of this state although Many of them exceeded it in numbers by the cent sons returns. There could not have been 30,000 men liable to enrolment in this disc Triet unless it had a population of Abou 300,000. When this was pointed out by me it was said in answer not Only that the District had a Large population do t it was rapidly increasing in numbers. Those who Are parading the census returns t show How Small the population of this District is then demanded that this enrol ment should be enforced at the Point of the Bayonet. At length the ease was so Gross that adjustment was forced and the enrolment Cut Down to 20,000 men. Not this implied a population of nearly 200-00-0 men in the District. I ask you to look at the enrolment and the census returns As they confront each other. Both wer made under oath Beth were defended As right one implied a population of nearly 300,000, and the other of a Little More than then look at these100,000. Men. I., again who come Deidre you Ana declare that there Are not As Many voters in the District As before they said there were men liable to do military duty who now say that there were not one thir d As Many men to be enrolled As they insisted upon a few years since. This statement must show that it was my duty As tha governor of this state to ask that these outrages should be rectified. If there Ever was a time when it was the duty of men to step Forward and protest Gamst cruelty and wrong it was at that time. How were these demands for Justice met by those who Are now charging fraud upon others they declared that these inequalities were apparent not real. They urged that the growth of the City bad been so great that this quota called for no More than its fair share of men. They also insisted that the character of the population of the City of new York was such that there was a larger proportion there than else where liable to do military duty. Now i 4u Boiano a set -. " 1 us Isusi mania any one ran Canton Dree Ohio. I eh7ni3 be inn a t in ind that no Odhe was a citizen. Were not included. He must also be a ter there if he was of the right age the enrolment of this class was of those be tween 20 and 35 years of age. Together with those Between 35 and 45 who were not married you see then that All of those enrolled were voters. Except the Small class who were Between the Ages of20 and 21. But this enrolment did no include All who were voters. Those who were exempt from duty for physical or other reasons North i5s, who were married were not in the in uru number or voters in Newyork enrolled Elmun icim we one a lathe number of those who had a Righton Vnti. Of. In t r , x nna that the number enrolled m tvs t to i i less than one half of the voters Here a m to Nave Ueen Amie to exam Ine the Iha , Wuu. Uin Guiua goo elsewhere. The number of voters enrolled or Joli of. New York lacked Only six of 128.000. Tow pm it rolled we will find that this enrolment shows that six years ago there were 256 -000 voters with the limits of that City.1 his was the showing of the Republican authorities. They protested it had been fairly and carefully made. The Republican speak anal inned. ii Rorr. I juju of Mem in mis. A to via racer of its Popula Tion fully accounted for to. Justice. Now. As All those enrolled a ort8 leptin those Between the agestk.n1 " Hugi won ail cell qui number of votes not enrolled the re pub Zia to 1ud1ta Man Mey had pro that there we of tort fit Uichi to . But the latest vote eve there was 15fi Onn i ii h 6u.u Kucsan Bucu nowtw3 exc,e.8sive. Forgetting their own la d1a years ago tha voters outnumbered this by 100 000 will not these destroying Angels stay their hands awhile when they find that by sweeping out the population of new Yor they Are convicting themselves of Gros and cruel frauds in the past will not that leprous journal which by its statistics is repopulating whole districts in the City mow than pestilence and famine have Ever Don Nanse a moment ,.,. " in in Neauby coarse and Tell us How it could find so Many me fit Lor military duty where there Are so few voters and citizens after undergo ing the fun left. Or , w succeeded fun get " " adjustment i ". Put upon the basis of a population of less numbers than the republicans claimed then and More than they admit now. All agree that n. Yorksas increased since 1864. How does i happen then that at that time it was so crowded with voters who were liable to do military duty while now there Are so few who have a right to the elective franchise?1 have always supposed that the Man who was fit to fight the Battles of his country was fit to take part in its elections we Are now told that the City is very Populo us for the purpose of fighting but very thinly settled for the purpose of voting isaid at the outset that we should know the temper of men who ask us to make them our representatives in the councils of the state or nation. We have seen How the official statements and Public speeches put Forth by the republicans in1864 and in 1870 overthrow and destroy each other. Let me now Call your Atten Tion to the spirit and tone with which these statements Are made. We have been denounced As traitors from 1864 Down to this time because we when objected to their official Annm Emtin i my Jussi Nuu excessive. Good men were taught to look non n a will. ,. I l i Niu Tuo Zubb Usu Leatrea. Ministers of the gospel were persuaded to put Forth false state ments minded in with a i. Of religion and to upbraid us because a ","6u v Buiciuc a portion of our people from cruel to and to non t j. Rev " " "8- u guv Cam Pla info things said or done in the excite mint. And i Thamnu. ,v, growing out of a condition of evil War. But i invoke fair minded whether. To Row a laymen to think Well before Tley suffer those who have misled them in the Pashto mislead them again. They name before you in effect saying All that we told you about the quotas of the City of new York was untrue. Nevertheless these state ments served us a Good tuns. We then asked Yon to denounce every manias traitor who did not hold six years ago thav the population of new York was much More than a million. We now ask you after the City has had six years of growth to denounce that Man As a Friend of fraud who holds that its population is equal to a million i ask All fair mind citizens if things Are Safe and Well in that country where official statements and official actions Are not grossly at War with each other but also at War with every principle of Justice humanity and Patriot so. At a meeting of the Philadelphia trades Union anti Pooh e league held on monday the following were adopted resolved that on behalf of the work ing classes of this country we do hereby petition the president of the United states his Cabinet members of the Senate and congree8 of the United states and Mem Bers of the legislature of the different states to the Power and influence of the positions assigned them by the people to a iii of and Mylre All nope rail keep the blighting and withering curve of slavery in any shape or form from our midst and by so doing they will eve be remembered by a grateful and Chris Tian people. Hes oked that the working classes will not Dafro Nize and Nerson or apr Nina May carry on any manufacturing business of whatever Juno,.or any person or per sons who May directly or indirectly patronize said dates litre on lie Lotmar i been or May be introduced As in All cases were we same Nas Ocen done a like num ber of the Intelli Crint. Wirl Rinn 1, n been cast aside to give place for the Chi Nese Heathen slaves. A resolved that we do hereby invite the of All r? of juju r. Wui us in on Earnest endeavours to stay this demoralizing and debasing traffic from being further carried out and to show the scoundrels who would dare to introduce a new system of slavery non the american people that it is not Safe to tamper with the. Felt Jacb n k in. " a. Vum Vaux a a having a full and distinct knowledge of u. K a i 11sum Auie Vicau Rittvo Pys Iero Nas Cost is in men and treasure. Thess have been six gentlemen declined the English Mission since the sum Mary recall for. Motley. President Grant writes to Morton that the reason he gives for declining the Mission Are eminently sensible. These reasons have not transpired but they Are understood to be two thousand six Hundred and fifty ight in number the democratic majority in that state. Grant s troubles in this re Spect May be set Down emphatically As the Deoline and fall off the English the Holder of a Hundred thousand Dollar s Worth of Bonds does not help to pay in taxes the policemen who guard them from being stolen. He does not As Sist t pay for the repair of the roads Over which his splendid equipage Rolls nor for the Public schools a which his children Are educated. That under Law. Is done for him by the Farmer the Mechanic and the labourer. The democracy Are in Farr of stopping All this and compelling a men to pay their just share of taxation. What say the people ? shall it b done ? Effingham , senator revels a no longer to be the Only dark spot on the. Congressional Sun. In South Carolina last Wei Lour negroes were elected to Congress Jyh. Rainey in the first District a c. De Large in the second r. B. Elliott in the third. Lucius Wini bub for the state at Large. Don t let them sit on the democratic Side of the House. To my. In Cru swim w Imam it. 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