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SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, F 1DAV M-01(NiNG, APRIL 21, LSt!'!.
BY THEODORE B 1.01 S.
T. IIIOMPSOJII, - - DUITOIt.
* i|i|S4»F SCBM HIFTION AND AH-
roil THK I>AILV PAPBit.
por one in >utli ...
For thioe months
run I'UK TRI-WIRKLV PAPKK.
ror three mouth*
run THK WtKKI.Y PAPKK.
For three mouth*
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FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1803
From the South-Weal.
Jackson, April 21.— I'he New O.leans*Era of
the lb n gives an account of the battle on
Grand Like, In which it claims- that oue thou
surd prlsonor-, with the (.'out. derate rauis
V'ttTN of the IVVvrf and Dia-na and the tfaunporl
Corn e, were captured, t he Yankees destroyed
three rebel nan boats and three transports. Oue
hundred and ninety Yankee wounded men hail
urrived at St. Junes Hospital.
F.irrairut Plates that only lour days’ rations
are at Port Hudson.
I he lebels have heavy batteries at Grand
Colonel KI let is alive and coinnmmliiig the
Upwaido of ten thousand negroes are at the
Y tiikee depot iu New Urleaus, consuming; gov
ernment latiuiis. A tatul epideiuie, thetueables,
has blokeli out among them.
Oue bundled Government employees at
Louisville have deserted to the Confederates.
A. special dispatch to the Appeal says the
cue toy have reached Seualubia Irom the rear,
at noon on the 2U;b. A deluehiuent Imd been
sent to Sardis to cut the telegraph. The in-
mntiy ate provided with bridles to carry oil
utmuals, uud tbe uegroes, whether willing or
unwiiliufr, uie to be taken. Ibe Yiukies ure
A irustwortby cilir.en reports that a large
cavalry force camped within twelve miles Irani
11 u-loii ou Sunday nigln, for the avowed pur
poee ol destroying the Central Kiilroud, com
mencing at Wuioimoi Duck Hill.
A special diepaii-h to the Aftpenl says the
Yankees have burned the Court House and
other building* at Hernando. Their biuleiuniil
ut their loss in the tight ou Sunday is one Ma
jor and oue Captain, aud seventeen privates
killed uod about tilty wounded.
VicK^BUito, April 21 —the Yunkee battery on
the Peninsula bar* been tdieui all duy. A party
ut our men surprised u number of Yankees
ueroso the liver last night, killing oue Firing
was heard to day about New Carthage. Noth
;ug from (he ttoet.
VicKtBbho, April 21.—Everything remains
quiet here. The enemy appear to lie working
on their Peninsula battery, 'i be river is falling
Chattanoooa, April 22 —The enemy, eight
thousand etroug, uJvauced upon a village live
uule* this sideol McMiunville,aud destroyed a
locomotive. Mc.Miuuville is reported to lie in
tbe posscssiou of the eueuiy. The enemy is also
repo r lea to be iu force near Wart race.
flit tight at Tuscumbia was a desperate hand
to hand affair. SiXty-MX prisoners captured by
Roddy ’s cavalry reached Chattanooga this eve
hltig. They a/e mostly mounted iulaulry.—
i’ho Yankee officers say we will be forced lo
give up Tuscumbia.
TbLi.Aiio.MA, April 22—The bridge Is hnrot
uear McMinuyille, and the telegraph iulcrce
e*1. It is not supposed (hut McMinnville la
the bands of ihe enemy. Advices ure expected
Irom that quarter to-morrow.
[From the New York World. March :11st )
“ I'lie Nit nation.”
How stood the case, then, in this it* par
mount aspect a year ago, aud how does it elui
tu day V
Twelve months ago, in April, 18 52, the Coi
federate* had l.illen bark in Virginia Irom H
Potomac beyond the IPippahannoi k, and th
were ou the point of receding from the vie i-
ol the lower Chesapeake belore the ailvancii
army of MeClellan.
I’d day they coulront
uoek aud hover upon n
distance to the Potomac. The river Jaiuii*
then virtually open to our naval forces, is now
closed by formidable works : the Peninsula is
no longer a battle ground, md a Colifederale
force Hint (Bums, watched by the vigilant
General Peek, almost in Hie rear and quite
upon the tl ink ol Nortolk. A year ago we
were in a position upon the Allaulle shore of
North Carolina from which, for many uonsecu
live months, it woti.il have been within our
power to cut, at a single decisive blow, t he im
uut Southern ariiey v\ bu ll links tin* coast,
of the Carolinas with Virginia ; wlole in Month
iiiolina our lort-es by land and sea ovni'shud-
Aed lioili Charlestou aud S ivuncali with a pre
ponderance Which Was at mice repealed and
uiillilicd tiy the circumstances ol Hi uni on n
uute action of tieeensiouvilie in tbe loliowitig
July. Id duy our Noith Carolina lines seem
lie exclusively held Us Hue* ol occupation,
while Hie expedition which General Hun
begau by proclamation to hurl upon
JlmrlesiOD more thuu a mouth since still
pa Uses belore the triply aggiavuird p<iils ol
the position. A yeur a*.» we were substantially
-is nl Floruit, both on the Atluuiic mol
nil, while Mobile trembled at every bla-l
• Federal bugles Iroor Pensacola. I i-dsy
re akii'mislinig with advent uroiis m.-groi s
around me points in Florida over which our
Hag then wared undisputed, and Mobile lias
become the deli.oil nursery of a small II -el os
misers m Hie very lace if our bloehailing
qiiudroii. A year ago our grasp was closing
hi (he Mississippi, Irom Cairo to I he G ill, uud
u tingle division might have made Viekstmig
uud Port Hudson as securely ours as New Or
is or Memphis. To-day these, sirougliobis,
tied while General Butler was budding up
Loui unu disloyalty and ln» own private lor-
tuues iu the Crescent Uhy, hold
most splendid expedition* wuieh Hie
the ile.Volion ol a iree people ever
the Held. A year ago we were inastc
lucky aud ol ilie greater part ol I'eiin
belli Hie way almost belore u* into the very
heart of the Coulederaey through E • stern l eu
aud Wcsiern Y'irgiuia. I'o-day we see
the fortune of the I’uion iu ilutl whole legion
aked upon the issues ol impending bailie be
tween a great anuy bf the Conlederati-s massi d
limu Mississippi on to tin.* mountain-- and ihe
host ot Kosimiit.il/, centralized at .Murm-cm
I'/Vrv- OF t.iom.i »,
v liich. coiues i
• mililarv opi
i■* the onlv
Ic* e-:»te of Uleimrd L.
lo the Illidcrttgiud hi
•md Memphis, rc«perl lug alleged
persons eonrei iii-il are hereby re
»nse(il any ili.-y luve) why s.id Ad
the ill'st Monday in An-list next,
hand mid off rial signature, this "'Hh-
I lie information \,
cle> in Washinulo
Hie Wet IS not a <
Within i he past
,-i-, JA.MKA IIIGUbMI TII,
i'IMTK OF GKOHGIA, WAVNK i
1 slid roiiuty ol tilt n
.Orninan for Leuurs of Adinlnlstr-i
i I lie
; 'hat Admiral Fnrn.Mii’-
*d i lo- Port iLulsoii (•«
i , t bul the Imlianol i tin
Sh.-tti' I l. d- ceased, Isle of said conuiy uud Male.
These are, therefore, to cite aud admonish, all and
singular the kmured and creditor* oi said deceosi-d,
to tu-slid appeal at iu> otlle -, within the time pie
' ‘ ‘ e tlf any they have)
my I r
s of AduimisiruMi
' II I
lMCREdTING FROM NOKTUAVHSIERN VlHOI
nia — I he Ricbmoud Sentinel Icarus Irom a cor
icspoudent that the Yankee movements U
Northwestern Virginia look like preparing t«»
leave. The Federals, iu conjuuctioD with the
Pierpont dynasty, are stripping the couulry ol
food-buying up all (be wheat, corn, grain uud
cattle, so as to leave nothing for a Confederate
army to subsist upon.
Getting Rid of the Elufuant. — The
Yanks are. shipping the Virgiuiu negroes, who
have fallen into their hands, to 8t. Domingo
Once there, starvation and disease in that hot
pestilential climate, will soon rid the Northern
Abolitionists of all trouble about poor Sambo.
Yankee ttuscallt> .
Last Sunday a printer was in o
route lor Tullahom i. This man was taken at
the Murfreesboro’battle, carried to Alton, 111
andI finally exchanged at City Point, Va., Irom
which place he has just oorne. He soys he hud
enough to eat, while a prisoner, but slates that
the Yankee authorities took all his money
well as the money ol some leveu or eight p
oner comrades. When they were started Irom
Alton lor Richmond, the otllcer iu comiuaud
ol ihe guard told them that their money would
he auuled up in an envelope and handed
( ready lor m-i vice, w
that it Hi.ion lb el I
liiealia ol I he Sunil i
, I sort
Deputy Or inury
Uu the other ha
1.1, tin* ( •mledeiute repot
e prut ed iIiu-im invariably
Sliidi id thia aceit-acy
relict that the operalnm
ntry, while the Li
nukes the mailer
limit r govern in
»l the UHI--i
worse if- Ilia
ArreMl ol Mr* Jell. Tlioinps.tn, ,t|i
Inlliouti) and .Hr. l*aul He in ley.
Mrs. Jell, rU mip-
ill a Mrs
"n 11 - o
i nose arc the facts ol the position; facts un
disputed uud undi&piiiuhle. i’hey do not cer
laiuly augur decisively ill tor our anus or out
hopes, it is still within our power, by euer
and timely coiubiualious, to drive the w .r
borne to*day where we *verc on the point ol
driving it a year ago. But he must lie a very
audacious or a very iguoruuL iuju who does uol
in Hus simple statement tbe most crushing
condemnation that events, more formidable
than hostile eloquence mid more scnrebiug than
puriiaun criliciuui, have pronounced upon Hit-
policy aud Hie capacity of an admmintr.iii
which, armed with the unlimited coijtideocc of
a mighty people, has simply accomplished, al
ii year ol ceaseless etljri and endurance, the
most enormous work ol procrastination ever
achieved iu the auuals ol war.
Railroad Accident.—l^uiie u serious smash
up occurred ou the South Carolina road this
morning. While the passenger train, ilui
Augusta ill l) o’clock, was passing oviru culvert
near Brooks’ Mill, one mile from II imbuig, the
conductor's car aud two passenger coaches
t precipitated Irom lln-truck ami turned
The curs were very much damaged, uud
u negro, who was sitting on the pluiloriu, war-
killed. The cars were crowded with passen
gers, including an unusual number of women
aud children, aud what is almost marvelous,
they escaped without iijury. Two or three
soldiers were slightly brtiir-ml.
The panseugers were ictuovcd from Ihe pile
of mutilated cars through the windows, by the
gallant conductor, Mr. Charles C'laocey, whose
polite attentions are gratefully acknowledged
by those who thus narrowly escaped uiuiilla*
lion or death.
No passenger train lefl the city this morning,
bul it is thought Hie damage to the liai k wnl
be repaired during the day
Augusta Constitutionalist, ‘Hit
A Legend of Niagara
In days <>l old, long belore the deep solitudes
ol the West weie disturbed by while men, it
wasihe custom ol the ludiau warriors ol (he
luresl lo assemble at the great i-aluniel, and <>l
fer a human sacrifice to tbe spirit of lln- lilts
The offering consisted of a while canoe lull ol
ripe trims uud beaiililul (lowers, which war-
puddled over Ihe terrible lulls by the lam- i g ri
who nad jiir-t arrived at the age of w-muiuliood.
It w is counted an honor by the tribe lo whose
lot it lell to make Hie learlul saeriii.-i; m d
even Ll«e doomed maiden deeim-d ii a Id- h c -m
plinient lobe Selected to guide the white
its hidious errand,
heart of the red man there or
cannot he subdued, and
snap if strained too tight.
Aik., on Wednesday lust. The lidi
Ho- Everett II »use, where the) wen- called upon
by Mr Paul Bentley, a genii ••man who’ll m re
cently beru in ihe South, aud also cairn- lo ihi-
eiiy irom below. On Saturday «i veiling the
wlu-le party were arrested, and iheir pn-M m e
(equiied at the provost marshal’s ollicc. The
la-lies exhibited a |-u-s Irom (o-ii. Got liiou, - nil
uiaiidci at Helena, hut Mr. Bentley we* uu tide
or unwilling to give oiy salislacloiy eX|'hili:t-
tloli ol Ihe bow and wlu uloie ol his pief-en -i-
iu Hie Federal liner, .ml was rent io Gialiol
an eel pn-oii. Tbe I-dies were periiiilleil lo >e-
lIIill lo the.r boll-1, blit -Iiebtlll kept Uliilt I mil
itury > ui veilauce. There are lUUi-mJogs ull .at
that Mr. B--nH--y knows more than lo- will h-|i;
bill, tin re being no pruol ol any Hung i-nniiiiui
against him As yet, lie w ill, perhaps, b>- iti-nncd
in eii-t-idy only as u sulegiiurd agaiust wiiai lie
might do, as Ins auswcis to tin- qiu-s.ion - pio-
piuiiided I him were tin> Hung Ini'f-il islio-im y
| St l.outs ItrimbLci.it, til/t.
KllttltltV W IM
e an excelieul re
upermr wine froi
y gallon ad-ling
I lo- following
stirring occasionally; llo-n sir tin oil the -njuoi
iuto a cask, to i very gallon adding two pounds
ot siigui; cor-c light, and let Maud till I .Mowing
Oeiooer, and you will have wine 'ready i -ru-e,
wiiboul any lui ther sir-jining * *r holing, that
will ur.l.c lij»- -mack as they never smacked
under Min i r inlluence before.
I A I t*. OF AkOKh
CuL’NI'Y. snxty day- ol
oi i iialha n cou iy for i--.iv • lo h--iI llu- liegroe* in
real ei-luie belonir ng u» tuft late yir PHttiea t'llri:
and Mrs. Aim i ui r tn. #
oiie\- R i![ Admiiilslralors,
(ilit 1 11 \
mar36 JuIlN ItY
^ COUNTY —To all whom it inayi
as, -fohn Cnniiingbaui .- ill /tuply at
Ord limy lor Letters *>i Uu .r-hain-bip< .
tyol Lucy Cb .-etina ami Charles RLoder.ck Gallo-,
utnior i-biidren of John B Uatlie. ilecea*<.-d.
These are, therefore, to efft tud hUijioi isb ill
whom it may couceru, U» he and appear
i the pn.pi-i
Court to make objection (If any they have) oil ji I
lore the llrst Monday In April next, otherwise mi
letters will be granted
Witness. Dmninick A. O Hyrue. Ksq., Ordinary I-
Ohatham County, this 5’h day of Mm-h. 18»W.
DO Ml NICK A O’BYRNE, O, C.O
Rmily w. Symons will apply
dintiry for Letters »»1 .aelm m.-tr. ii
John .1 Symons, lute of i lnt 'iun
These are, therefore, locite at.*'
it may coueern, to he aud app .- '
make objection (if any th*-- line
flr-t Monday in May
•erwlse said let
ndinary for (‘list-
DOMINICK A. O’BYkNB, 'Cl. U. O.
IAII. OF GhOIIGl.t, rilAlaiA.il
Witness, D-nuinick A.O’Uyru
ham county, this i'J-l /lay of Alan
fitllJNTY. To all whom Ii
as, Al/.-Phers -n B. Milieu will apply at the Court
•l (» diuary for Lett«*rs Dismiss >ry as Adiuimstr •
mm county, deceit
t may couceru, to
the Conti derate officer wtio should receive them
*n C'it) Point. Arriving at City Point, an enve
lope, purporting to couiain .their money, was
handed over a-j stated. Upon urnvlug in Pe
terstiurg Hie envelope w, *s opened, and ibe
money proved to be all counterfeit, the vuudal
thieves having substituted it in place of the
good Conte erale money taketo Iroiu our men.
The amount, in lolo, was several thousand dol
lar-*. We record the fact to be preserved us a
rehc of Yankee honor
ft Our intonnani tuiiher states that they were
well treated while guarded by the Kentuckians,
being allowed uiucb liberty, bul tiller being
placed under the 77ib Ohio, they were abused
utid every chance luken by tbe 77lli lo injure
them. The slightest pretext was snatched it
bv them as uu excuse lor shooting or maltreat*
lug our men. We cuu fairly conclude that the
bulk of the Northern army Is composed of
thieves, robbers and counterfeiters.
| Winchester ( Term ) Bulletin, 21 sf.
Fkom I fnneshee —Six or seven more per
sons huve been seul through our lines by order
ol the dog — R.mem-muz. A Mr. Jordun aud
family were allowed half an hour in which lo
leave, else go North. The mail who carried the
• rder lo his house appeared sympathetic, and
helped Mr. Jordan to hitch up, Ihe patrjol hav
ing concluded io come wiibm our lines rather
than suit, i imprisonment North. Mr. .1. lived
ueur l r.urn*. Ol course, all lie lefl behind has
been stolen or confiscated—one word means
the same hr the oilier in the Yankee Idiom.—
'I has they want lo starve us by sending upon
us uli the population they can. Roseucrunr. represent the small pox
does the biddiugo! bis muster, Lincoln, to the • sidy removed to the p<
I skirls ol the city, from whence they easily
ol a chief of the Seneca Indians was cho-cn
a suciilichl offering lo ilm Spirit of Nngan.
Her mother had been slain by a hostile ir.be,
aud her father was the bravest among the wui-
rune; his stern brow seldom relaxed,s ve to bis
blooming child, who was uow the only i »y to
which he clung ou earth. When the lot ot the
doomed one fell ou his beloved duugb'er, not a
muscle of his lace moved; iu thednle ol In
dian endurauce he crushed down the ngon>
which rout bis bosom Alleng h tin* laial day
arrived; savage festivities ami rejoicingsuiv j»n •
longed until the shades of evening close around,
ami the darkuess of n'ght lulls like a pall up n
that wild Mineral least. But. the pile beams «•!
the rising ni ton east a lujsnc light up n the -I irk
waters; higher uud higher she rises in the dill
heavens, anil the loam and Hie mists from the
mighty falls gleam with a soli and silvery Mgh'.
Niagara thuuders into the dark abyss,bin ail bo
sides is iu a calm repose; the Q men ol Night
stoops lo kiss the laughing waves, and ill na
ture breathes ol love, and peace, un/I happine
Hie wild songs ami the wilder whoops ul the
rejoicing savages suddenly cease; the dread
moment has arrived, and a hush—an awful aud
mysterious hush—is upon the eager, li-lcning
crowd. Aud now the while canoe glides from
the bunk, and is Instantly swept, iuto the fierce
rapids. From this moment escape is hopcler-s
B ut the young girl dreams not of cscup.*; calmly
she steers her Irail bark towards ibe centre /-I
Ihe stream, whilst frantic yells ami deafening
shouts of encouragement uud approbation burst
from the savages who line ihe hanks. Suddenl)
another while Cauoe leaves the dirk shade ol
tbe forest, aud shoots forih upon the stream.
A few powerful strokes from the paddle ol the
Seneca chief, ami the eauoes are side by sid<- ,
the eyes of the father ami child meet iu one
last look ol love, as together they pluuge over
the thuudering cataract into eternity.
S T A T »£
Ml l< K \ 0 B\ H X
OF GI.OIM.IA, III)
—Ti* all whom It may couc.-n
/ uyl- r will »p|.l\ -it Hu- • on
Jam- M Ciivl/T, late i
“Important, if True We nmb rs
thut a private clsputch has been received in
nty Irom well known and reliable parti.-s at
Richmond, staling that Hie New York Her il d
contains information to the effect that tin e
Governors from the Northwestern Siat/*-< hid
sent a joint memorial to Lmc-dn, iu wli clt
Hn-y state, explicitly, that they will lumi-h no
more troops lor the war, and that this contest
must come to a close at once. We elate Hus
piece of indirect news for whit it is worth,
with the remark tint the dispatch alluded lo
has been s»y-u by a reliable ci'iz -u of 'hi* pl.o e
and that the dispatch proceeds from reJiate
sources.— Columbus Sun.
/P.jeetion / if
Monday Iu •>
nd appear befo-i
V they hive) uu
Dominick A. O’Byruc, IIe«| . ('rJinar,
6anty. tins lei day of Autii, l‘./»U
DOMINI' ’K A. »• BVICNK <» «’ t
It 1 F OF
fico A f’u h r
• l.at Lam county,
i'Bynie. K-.| .
I)/ »MINK i
i ‘hatham lUiiuty
HP* 1 1
H COUNTY -lo a
Whereas, William Hun
uniinary for Letters o
<it George 8 ilardmg,
These are, therefore, to rite and a/lmoi
It may concern, u> be and appear before
r will apply (
i Dai Iihiii <
makeubjo/ tion (it any iltey nave) on
Monday in May next, other
WlineSS, Doiniutva A. O’Byrne. Esq ,
Chat ham couuiy, tlua twelfth uay
marlJ " * '* 1
MINH'K A O BYWNK. (» i
< 1 A I
is. Mury Turner will apply
nary lor letters dieim.-i-ory
t suite uf William If I uriu-r,
at the Court of »<rdi
ns Minimi*!rat x on Hu
Lite of Cbatiidin • uuot/.
O l .t ITC f»F GI.OllGI %, WAY NK t’Ul NTY.
^ I'u all whom it may eo e.-ru ' Whereas, John
it Humph, Administrator lipm Un- estate <»l Joseph
.M Hilling, tleeea-ed. applies Im L.-tli isol Disiuissiuu
from III - a imiulslratitiii ol snui estate.
<-ie ore me kindred aud. red t tors of shuI deceased
u r. by riled and admmilMiri d to tile their ol-jee-
if any they have, m my otilce ill terms ol Hie
IjW, otherwise letters illsOilssor) Will bi-g.amei Hie
ppiicaui ai the Ni-ptemi>er term next ol lue Court ul
Ordinal y t r raid /--miity
Savannui Ai.iiinv «v nri.r I * a i
Niiviiuniili, Apt it »
On nnd Hfter Mo'itnv, the
p* iati-s i»r IrauspoHiitlon
eil thirty three and one tliiv
Ibioon, Laid, Liquor, Saif, Sugar, Hy.n
nd Wool will be . lassed as M/ ond class
barged tor according y.
• (i .1 FUL
aprlfi -dittw'Lv G -m ral f uiieii
RM III ro 'A / i DD p -A*Ttir wr\#
> VV IS, .Si. l-'< > R S!A r.K.
In tbe army, and my
•i liHving r ii i* n-eeiiily into s rvtv, I
- Unit \ I'liablC I'l iiiia'lon, known as
io iittiaiii - ne tiiimwtnd neres, situs
luili Mi /-••. l -nru-eii mi e-* lr-.ni Hhvuii
Is ftlN.II' th-ie bill..Iii-il slid fifty ne
ORD'AM H |»KI* *T
SAVANNAH, March ‘A’., !
The highest market price w II
lor iwu ilioUMind i‘f pnui pound* o cure
fully dried Moss, delivered si the Arsenal.
A T. CUNNINGHAM.
nmrt'-lm # l-t Ij* at. Art a-d Ord Coind g D-pul.
naei we I ulgh
s ah mt ninny
any oy tor pi n.t iig^.n/-
. s i-ear> d ba iks defect va,
I i«* lUou«ht by goial Judges
mltudies mure m>od plnuimg
ns si/.*• in CliNiImm county,
also, n I hi mla uce
Mar. b 5th, 1H»M
t.VMkti IHGUSMITH, 1). O. W.
TATE OF CEOHGI %, WaYNKCoUNTY
1 All persons having deiu.tud* against Jon ph
aiuwrignt, d- cease d, Ino- ol said . oil »ty, are Lemby
I re.pined io present them, pioperiy
• the undersigned, within tbe time pies. Hb-
; and al> persu.-e in.teb'ed to sui/l dccensed
>y li-q-iired io make imniedi-de iniymeiil lo
Hg..cd WII.LY KNOX, A/liu’r.
Maicb !Ll, iStl't.
I t I I- OF kliOKkl.t, %% AVNE
• of said euiiiity, u
• aud required lo pro out them, properly attest-
.o tbe /ilui rsiguod, wiiliiu Hu- uiiio prescribed
iw : Mid al< p irons indebted 1 • said dei eu.ai'd are
by required io make jmiuedlale payment to Ihe
iiuiierrignud. i'll is M r n vtu, Irxit,
uiantb J '.^Kl’il -> moRKIS, A/lm'r.
■’EOF LMIdl.I %, AYNLiT/V.vrY.
I per-ous having demand* against Koln-ri .1.
aiuw right, U ceased, laie uf said county, are liereby
* idi d and r. qmr*d lo present llit-iu. prupei ly at*
-i d. io llie niidersigiied, within lln-1 mm prescribed
la>- , aud all p.-rs-*lis iiuleht-U tn si.ul dc/ease/l
ijuued lo make immediate payment lo
i liu/lei-igu* d
m i: of «.
W II.KY rNu\
■O.it.l %, \\ AYNiw I OEM Y.
Her lln- /ill •* hereof, H(i|dicalton
I ordinary id'said county
ei-.H II lots ol I-m-J numbers tw > hundi.
> eight (-g»a) aud t wo hundred and tilty seven
tin f < ..ml |‘J> district of said county,
iigul. iiMCea^ed, for the
i on for l*-tter-
■•I, io l»- and appear at uiy utlh-e within Hie
•ciih« d by law, to show cause, il any they have,
. l.eltz-rs <d Dismission should not he granted,
ituenn ii/iit .John W. Harrell, Ordinary -J snh
. r. o.
ICO It <. I V
J. s>. ,V VN iil-on. deceaM-d, having made up
i lor I. Her- ol Dirmisaiou Irom saul Adinin-
all aud singular tbe
kindred and creditors of axl di-ceascd, to show
/ aus.-, if they coi, within thelim • prescribed l»y law,
wtiV L-iters ol Dismission should not he granted to
Witness my hand, Nov. loth. l!M»-2.
novl.t J..W. IIAHKKLL, O. L. 0.
a It II I N IN I lC VI OIt’
t\ I an order from the
Lowndes c iiiiily, will be sold ou the llrst Tuesday
April in xt, at the » on ri lions door ill said cimuly,
o gil hours ol sate, Lot ol J^und,. No.
i 11th district, of said eon ut y, heloiiging
ol i- ruiHhs Jones, deceased,
1» MITUHKLL W*»NBH, Adm’r. Ac.
■ of said county, arc hereby
duii't r.-ipitrc/i io pr. sent them, properly at
wiiliiu Hu- time presc-ihed by law. And all
s iiMiehl<-d lo said deceased are hereby reipiii*
iiake payment to the undersigned, or toJ. It
Ill’ vi-iueol an order from the Court of Ordinary
J ’> of McIntosh i- -/inl y, will he s/d I oil the llrst
. i.enday in May, iNid ut the Court House door In
Darien, McIntosh ro inly, luHween the leg-tl tioinsor
sale, one Iran ut land, rmit-nu'iiP three liiimlrcd mil
nevei ty Ni-r-s, m re . r lens, lying and being in Me-
luiosh i oiiuly, one lot ot cattle and Iwo negro girls,
l.'alhaime and Mary Aim, aged l.-ii and twelve years.
Hold mr the in-m-iit oi Ihe orphans of Litt le Davis
i HAh h DAVIS, Guarnibii.
D uoii. Mclnlosti t'o i March 8Btli t *l8tb apr|
AtliillnlMiulorVa 8a It*.
ITK «»F (i KOKt.lA, WAYNK COUNTY
H on lln- lira. Tue-dav in May next, '♦ill be sold at
i h 1 mi ri House door ill said cull illy, within Ibe lawlui
hours of sale, lot of Imd nuuih.-r two h indr.-d and
tMi-niy -ev.-n iv*21g ill tbe secmid district of said
county: so'd as Hie property of Audr-wl. MeClel
Ian, d. i i-a-e ', l .r theYiein-llt ot the heirs md creUi -
io's oi said decea ed Terms made known ou the
.lay oi sale. Tills March 5lh, iMdR.
ALLKN liltiftiHMI I'll,
JT.ITK OF DViMHDA, WAYNKCOUNTY
Outlie tlr-l T isillv ill VIA)' il Xt, Will tie sold
at Ihe Oonit Holise .1 • r in ► ud r.Hiuty, wiibm
lawlui tioiits of sa‘e, gJU acres ol land, more or
part ol loi ot L.nd No mnet \ ■ hree (U3) in the Hccond
Dial riel o' said c-oii..ty. Hold us the pmperly of mllis
Hog.-re, deceased, for the benefit of the heirs and
creditor* of said dec. used. Terms made known
ibe day ol sale JaMKH M Am.'buL, A dm i
Mm ti 5th. in a ft
j\olice lo BFlHorsand < reuiiiu>.
.utlieniuai.il. »o as to show their character au.
amount, to the uii/i«-rs'gned. within the time pri
rCT tied by law This Apnl 17, l*63
■prig P t?TQ1 BHBURY, Kxecn'qr.
NOT I OK.
V I.L persons having demands against the relate
of Mrs. Klizab-th Fort, late of Wayne county
hm requested to liuti I the n in ; and all persons m
delitea to su'd est ate to make payment to t
mirJS J. M TISON, Kx'r.
IIHH.IA LIItF.ltlY COUNTY'.- Ml
persons having demand* against William D
deceased late or said country, are hereby
present them, properly at
Tw ii'y-folir Ilk-ly NhJH
he pi o-e i»m a carpentor I
r y imd go. d d spose.1,
the HavaniiHh, Albany A Gu t KailmuJ
'oinpauy, for mter.-st on iiietulmenls paid prior lo
Ibe 1st ol August, 1857, w 1 be paid to the hold. rs
thereof on piesentuiioii ai the » ouipany'a office.
mirtli—lm T easiirer.
t ONFKDKRaTE Hi ATii* Oi AMERICA, *
Navt Dei’aiitmbnt, ;•
Richmond, Mire., ai. l^n:t \
A Board ol office s will ronvc e ilu ing
tins dr Hi -next mouth tor Die cxainina*
of Actibg Midshipmen, when they will be-illum
ined as follows
(Mass.—Upon Navigation, Fe-imanship, Naval
Turtle*, Naval Gunnery. Steam Micuinery, Modem
Languages, Drawing and Drafting
M Class.- Upon ihe same brunebe*, bn* not so
td Class—Practical Heuin-ii.ship, Naval Gunnery,
Navul Tactics, .Mathematics, Uthicn and Bngiisb stu
os, French, Drawing and Drafting.
4tli Class —Mathematics, Kx-rein- of (/real Guns
and rniull Arms, Ktliiue, aud fmelisli b ildies uqd
Those who have just entered the eorv ce after pas--
ilig the Medical Ktainmali.m, will e.\ dMl io the
Board of Uxamluers evidei.c e oi good niur il chars
d must bt able to rehil and write well, write
from dictation, a d sp.-'i wi l. correclie.»s, and pir
lorm the clem, ulkry ope utioiis of aril'.melic, vie:
Niinii-ratiou and adcition, subrlraction, mil:t.plica
tion aud division ol wbol- numb rs.
h. R. MALLORY.
ary?—Ini Htcre'arv ol Hut Navy.
>l Huge, In goo-I
i iiUMiMitLK mmmu
FARM FOR 8 4LK
lor sale Hie place
WttU'h he now les
ough, Ilenr. eoimty, G.-oigi i. e *ntiiinlng three II
dr-d acre- in limit more or le-s The dwelling i
trained h tilling, eon aiiilhg fiv.
i li.-d ibron hunt, uoiihie f-aimd kitclien. h*rn, aia-
bins, lie ro In-Use* Ac , and .all new ; ill mil l seventy
live sCihs ol * valuable w.n dun'1 lln- inosi ol ll,.-
L-ared land Iresb. u I under lone- a ml well watered,
hauls, Ac. McDonough I* e .bated . ..
miles east ol the mucoii >v Weston Railroad, M,d i-
one of the most i>|. asant an I h uiiliy villag.-a in
middle Ht-orghi, having good sclunds, cliiirclus a ul
mail faelliliws. I'rlee |3,onU. Tossessiou of dwt- I
Ing. kitcheu aud garden given immediately il desir
ed, and of the lain) alter I lie crop in path.-ml, or tbe
crop can be bought an it stands
A. J CLOUD,
Mpr-j lU-iwr.u Mcironongb, Ot:
W. B. Thomas
mi list ilu ten at l,in Ofliee, foil!
t.ablinblucnl, opposite the Market, in Cavalry or In-
fautry, any where in Ihe Coiilcdoiati- Mltttes Cm
scripts romiug to thin city will please call on him
('HOP OF iHij-J.
Fresh Clanton Needs,
Kgg IMant, Tomato,
Farly Dutch 7 nrulp,
Just received by Ihe wav of Uu- Ido k'i<I<-; for sale
y joiin B M0(HiK'. Drpgf 1st,
marts flihlmim Range
Milskiu. I lor.
M. .J. Kolomoas,
BAY SM ItiUKT,
(Office formerly occupied t*v Messrs o. Cohen 4 <’/».)
I tS^Solicits Conatgumnuta of Produce and Mrr
NEW BLOCK AD. GOODS
FOR GENTLEMEN’S WEAR.
F HEX II CuBBiincrc forOefltB em
English Tweed* " •• “
B'ue Navy Flannel
Browu Linen Duck fur Summer fulltf
0-4 Black C'uBslm ri a
CJentB’ Oxford Tie Shoes
whum H may couce
before the lire
-aid letters' a l
Witm-ss. D n
i ’lintbaui * ’ouniy
UUtti day i
UoHINI* K A I» HYRNK. O C C.
OF H I-.OIIG I, CHATIlAyi
a- R*-v. Peter WUeian will apply at the court ol
iirdiiiary tor la-tu-re Dismissory on tin- esmto of
John Barry, late ot said County, decwuM-d.
These are, therefore, to cite nnd admonish all whom
may concern, to t»e uud app-atr In-fore -aid * ’ourt
notified and required
tested, to the imdersivned within lhet'_.
ed b> law; aud all persons indebted to said
are hereby requital lo make payment to the under
signed. V. It. LYONS,
Rlceboro’ Apr’18,1863. apilb—
«*t sale, (he lot* (
4t and loi No SI, each coi
lands, to wit • Lot N
turning 4h(» acres, in-
iiowii as Hie Da-gla- improvenieiit ftll’sl
late of Wayne county, deceased, and .
Ik-ne tit of ibe heir- ami creditor* of said d.-ctfieed.
HENRY and JKHUK II. DAVIS,
niake objection ill any they bavu)
llrsi Monday in May next, other wise
Witness, Dominick A. O’Byrm . K-q., Ordinary for
Chat bam couuiy, this Bib day of Oriohrr, 1-h'J
... I*) DOMINICK A O’liYRNK. O C. ('.
T A » OF
CHARLESTON. S. C.
i John i). Kish
i nir>m>i / *</u(U tinny m the Cnit'n
< i >f Meet tn / i'i(f tfo-st/e*/'
Tiro*. H. Nl. KKKBOM, I
' ol Geo P Harrison w|
oi*to Ue . \S Wylly, K-.j
lscloulv because I i
AHP’T i;E -.RTICRMAH'l RK H OFFICK. I
sters ai-u laborers lor Hus Dcpar.im-hi.
okdnanor db ot,
HavannaR, (4a , Feb (Lb, iHHJf.
narkei price wpi h- i*a?d lor scrap
i oi l Hitt-s, .'ullverail at Hie Arserml
• Whitaker nticut
A T. CUNNINGHAM,
1st Lieut. Art and oidnsnre,
U b7 Mm ' - omn’g Depot.
\ lurnlsliotf IIoiim* id Kern,
A mtHSlill) linilSK, in the
utial i,aii oi the city is ufl'cied mr rent, as
e pie-ei.i occupants inteinl Raving the
y lliquiie al Ihe ofilte ol
GEO W. WYLLY
.’ITY TRKAHIJlGilt S OFFICE, (
Havan.nah, March 19, 1NI8. |
111 !• ii undersigned is now t- .dy io receive taepay-
J ruent oi Taxes tor ttie uur >.t y-ar, except In
in-: tax, which will l.c due on ihe first of May
xi. 11k- books wui be ciom.i1 on tne Ural of Jtony
suing, ai d cxecuHons w ill in- issued ngainst all
.no iiniiilited, nor any but. wild are bankable
change inlis, will be ru-ei - ed in pavinuit. ol taxes,
UK -Rue w. da Vim,
marls—tMl City Ticaenrer.
Uiitlliaju 'upprtor Lourl,
JANUARY TERM, IbO-M. .
Pari-oiis, Humucl P Palmer, Johli Cu pmun.
Philip ton 11 it • n, Oil. ii Richard-on, Luke Christie, ana
Chari s Van Horn, summoned to attend the present
lannarv 'Term ol CUath in Hup.-rior enun as Grand
>. have iu de <1. tail l for i
i ihey be fined eocn In n<e -u n u
cs« they It»e good andsnitiueM c
before the Him Uii) ot l
ourt; and ..
John Pi il l, Hilliuiu Firmer, Auj
, John Tys n, Davni If itallow-ny, due i
UaiR.s Perry. William F Biker. K.’O. Johnson,
B Adam . James W usnn, Donald McDon
at tend the pr. sent J tuuary Term
stitlli-b-ni cause ol eii us - ou n
ol the next. Term in iliis (
George J Jones,» hurl, s L Lodi-e, and Anara llo-
, Aloii/.u Duy, Ma iiuuuUe Hamilton, W. U.
they tile good aud
r before the first duy
jiensi ,, ,
Ferguson, Allen R Wi ght, Henry C Fieeinan,
suiumpned to utteud the jnc-eut Term ->f said Court
Til Ice men on Ihe Pu it Jury for the trial ol criiunsl
Cast-8, have made default lor the Term, it is ordered
•Itch in Ilia sum ol twenty did
they ilj.i good and Aulltcieuf Cause
lars. niile . _
hefoielhe first day of me
ol ibis Court; and. wlu-nas, M. D Levy, Laiesioau,
madedeluu i oil tiu-.jistof JaUUary.ldod;
i. James R. Him.d • " *-
lid t’hurlcn F. ProsUm,tal’t-sun ...
ltd. !ld, I h and 5 h of February,
IMTWl.alid Wticrea-, Isaae I). La Roche, olisQian
made default on the 4tn of Kenruary, IHd'i; and
Ue..rpe h. Grar. lan-smaii. made ilcfuml ou ibe fitb
luol. ii is ordered tlu.l they in- fined e»cu ill the sum
olTwr-in* dollar*, ii le-s Hn-y fileg o.i uml siilllcieul
Liras.-ol e-i ,se on or b-foir the tirai Jm> of tlie ui-xl
WM II. BULLOCH,
i li 11 It j in liilViior (jujirfi
W HKIIIutX, Joseph M. Haywood, Frederick
Kre.tMim, l> I.Htbrop, George G. Wilson and
('-•radius 0. Roger.*, sumniolierj U» all- lid the pres-
I'battiMin liiferuu court
l.iuli, and wuere/iH, «. • tscbalk
•i. and W .1 Bandr, Talesman,
• -i .mill day of me Term (Fehraa-
y M II BULLOCH,
Hl-i VAN STK EKT
NtGHU AUCTION MART.
my house open. Nh. U»H Biyan street,
•quure, Muvain.uh, Ga , u-r the sale ol
Negroes, piivalt-iy andai aiiciio.i, on i'ueRdayn and
p more days ii
• propeny r
ii tltU'l. 1 hIbo
»i.--comin«nluUoiin l -r any number uf Negroes
rate price lor Iroar l au.l i will use- every
nine quick sale* and to the hi si advantage.
Auctloi en and Broker.
FUR MALE BY
IIFN II Y LtTVIKOFlCO.
OSN ABU XCi <3 .
M PIKI ES III.I K I l.%X\KI.H,
FOR HALE BY
II FN II Y' LAInifllP * CO
M lilt ft IS. Lilli lift R,
ANV DESORIP riON,
i i it v i s ii ■: o
A.U’ THE Cll JifTEHT NOTICE
CENTRAL RAILROAD OFFTO*. I
Havahnam. Ga., April Sd W66 f
CHANGE OF 8CHEl>aLE.
O N and after Sunday, April 6tb, 1088, the treltiB
on this Road and hranche# to AagWft end
ftratuulou will run as follown :
DAILY DAY TRAIN.
Leave Savannah .. t .* 6 ^-jf-
Arrive in Macon 4 48r. M.
L.-hvu Macob ,8 40 A.M.
Arrive In Havannah 7.44 t.m.
DAILY NIGHT TRAIN.
Leave Savannah.. .• f• I
Arrive in Macon . .^.... ^
Leave Macon., . .& 7.80 f.
Arrive in tiavannnb - JtOC A.
arnvn in riavannaa •
Connecting dally with Night Train to and i
gu<*ia, beginning April*8th.
Lunve Havnunah ......7.I5P. M*
Arrive iu Milieu
Leave Mlllen I0.JUP. M.
Arrive fn Savannah L^ • .'. P.afi A.M.
2.9 (A. X.
Arrive rn navuniimi
AUGUbTA BRANCH—TWO DAILY TRAINS BE
TWEEN AUGUSTA AND MILL BN.
Leave Augusta ,.6 26 A. M,
AirlVb inMlll.m 9.66 A.M.
Leave Milieu maP.M.
Arrive In Augurta
Arrive in Milieu ..
Arrive In Angnstn
GORDON AND BaTONTON BRANCO.
Leave Batonton *•
Am vein (Jordon 8.B4 Jr. JB-
Lcarc Gordon 8.80P. Bl.
Arrivc in Batomon :... .llJW NJgnt.
Pnsai necrB for Augusta from Savannah and Macon
by -it/.n-train will connect with the South Carolina
Passengers for Mlllcdge^llle and Batonton Will tah*
Day Trains" from Savannah and Augnata, and
Night Trains" train Macon.
Night Train from Havannab and Atb
,/lUi noutn-western R. R. at Macol
Eiifuuln, FortGalnes and Intermadtato i
with Moron and W. R. R. to AUaniaABf!
Day Train connect* at Muon with B, 1
cogee R. H, to Columhaa, Montgomery, moDiie am
the Southwest. GW>. W. ADAMM,
Hprfi gsfiMB Bapartnteadaot.
DBTWIKN MAOOM AMD OOLUMHUIu.
Leave Macon at 5.86
Arrive at Co lam dub at..
Leave Colpmbns At..
Arrive at Macon el
BITWBBN UAOOM AMD OKATTi
Arrlvo at Chattahoochea
Arrive at Mucon.
6 Sf A. M.
.. 4.88- P. M.
..7.30 A. M.
..ft.SI P M.
or Train* from Albany eon*
10 8. W K. £.. and from
nect dally at BmUbvtlle. No. 10 u. w. u. xx.. ana cram
Fort Gaiuus daily at Catbbert, with Chattahoochee
Mail Train. „
iieave Smlthvllle at 18*80 P. M.
Arrive at Albany at
Leave Albany at
Arrive at Smlthville at —~ —-
Leave Cuthbert at 8.B0 P* X.
Arrive at Fort Gaines at /»* 4.88 Fx|l*
l/eave Fort Gaines at * 7.30 A. M.
Arrive at Cuthbert at 9-86 A. M.
Making the connection with the up and down Chat*
tatiouc.he** Mail Train.
Trains to Colombna form a through coomaetlan lo
Montgomery, Alabama, and AngnatAj BlugaUm, WU*
mluglon, havannah* I
Pott Coaches run from A
bridge, Thomaovllle. Ac.
Passeugere for points below Port VaUayaXxH llh
(ha Might trains from Angnate and bavmn&ah lo avok
detenuon at Macon. For Columbua taka tha IX]
VIRGIL POWER®, "
Engineer and Buperlntaad^it.
, March iffld, 1868. apr6
CHANQt OF SCHEDULE.
Savanoab, Albany »( Calf Kallraad.
• boauiou Bonn i
a •>■•1 nromuTlllsj 6a.,
d O. U., Lake dty.
H-ollo, m’4 TwIIoMm-
C yN and after Tkavsdaii Oefobtr I6tk.
f 1662. the cars will Icavo and ran dolly (Sandaye
eri^pted,) as follows: ' '
Leave Havannah at TJX A. X.
Arrive at Thomaavllle at B.OU F. M.
RETURNING. ,W *
losave TbomaavUlo at 5.00 A* X.
Ar rive at Savannah .0.00 t. X.
Connecting at McIntosh (Station No. 8. going
West) on Tnesdays, Thursdays and flatoxdaM, wUh
-nty -IijLji ^line oi coaches to Darien. Returning on auomate
Gun nect lug at Tobeauvllle (No. 0) daily With the
*4ars for Brunswick.
Connecting at Quitman (Mo. 16,) dally with a line of
coaches to Madlbon C. H., Fla.
Connecting al Groover's (No. 17) with a dally line
of coaches te Montlcello, Fla. Arriving la to
nmnect with the cars to Tallahassee anaBt. Marks.
Freight Trains leave Savannah Mondays. Wednes
days aud Fridays, al 6 A. M.; returning on Taeadaji.
Thursdays uud Batardays at 6 Pj M,
N 11. Doublo the regular rates will,
all articles shipped by Paaseni
fruit, fresh meat, fish, oysters,
articles. Freight by Passenger '
ilvered at the Dept at least one hoar belore the start
ing lime ol tbe train.
SPg99 G. J. FULTON, flBrsrtnXMdMt.
CHANliE OF SCHEDULE
Alp a. a
7 Jfi ». x
0.46 a. I
Angusta.vr 6.04 V.
Atlanta 6.81 r. v.
Atlanta 8.06 a. ■:
Trains connecting with Washington and
Branches leave Augusta at 6.46 ▲. MV, and Atlanta at
6.10 A. M. No connection with Warranton on But-
Swgjg®* 8np . t
SHIP KNEES WANTED.
r.,' - A or BOO Ship Kdhi (White o.k) aiding G
tJYJVJ inches and upwards. Apolv to
maril—tl KRBNflQN A HAWKS.
Silt. « l. tl£K won id say
puiioim ami frirndf that h i is now ),
)iared,bytbeasaii-tuiif-( of •neoftfu- on
mechanical Di-ntiM* in oor count rv, i
/IVe hi* m in’li »»t ii-iilti in to H>e i n w, it, j/, of Alt ri.
ClAL TBBTil a* he has heretofore to the pre*-.-i v •
tion ol the natural oni-s Ills pati-ut mefhoil. (p
il May, 1P60.) w Mr 1j 'r now being i.sed by all ot
ih-t-1 Der.tfsls Imlh North and Month,.
proininc-a more - ary ami p**i "** t fittu
pra-Hbly la-roads by t *
ot makun' 1)1*8. Ry thii- in--tb«><|
directly from Ibeiuipiem I.im.I tt. -m
t ables hu
I .late than c
< -Ttain prr»c<
U It. __
II. J. DH RSKbON.
- T 11 Vt S K HI A Li. A URG ,
r n s Btatinu, No. 4.H, S., a. A
Fl)KN nu in;
V A11 NISH.
anvi.n Uuiou |iri»on^r* r-c uily i'-c'|"'il
-uu lire Litiliy Prihotr, Klehtuoml, by fn .i log
wire ami burning lh--ir laces in blister* r-o »-
1 bey were nnme-li-
W« h ive no report of ekirmishiutr, bat ihe
clouds are gathering, uud we look for the aiortn
to break forth in all us lory before many more
issue ol our pnper.
| Wirichctter (Tenn.) Bulletin, 21N.
i^ritis said that Geo. Fremont hi* sold a
poritoti of his M-tripimn estate to a New \ oik
company lor eight tuidions ol dollurt.
ion (if auy they liavc) on or before llie l-i
Monday in May next, otherwise said lrtteie v. ill
Witness. Dominick A O Byrne, Ksq., OMiU'-ry for
Chatham ronniy, tbiuHtb davoi Geiolwir, 1S64.
DOMINICK 4 O’BYRNE o o. n.
1^1 I’ »\ numb eil I-«ie
We ure »<. ronfiJenl
»’•»>- and morn nuui'ort/
tni*ii ran (MNiHibiy la-
guarauti-c evury plau-
It ability (O roQStract a I) '
1H-"»: p-ii • ' y this mi-lli i
by mi) <uher. that v
It .IKK I'l. nl’ IRON VAHNlHH;
2 DO. NO. 1 I'UlCSril t.tt VARNISH
•Bee to .'OUl:
f It may oo retort - d at
No 11 Whitaker street.
• t on. with plate-.)
The Ainericau Union By Jnrnes Spence.
More Alinanne* for 1H0.T
Kvidillious of the Line.
JoDuul’s Praetire of War.
The Judge Advocate’s Viule Mecum. Uei ei'eiland
rule ' for air by E KNAPP X Co .
N. I mar5 West side Moniinu-ut Square.
i for sale by
-•- Black and
. IMT.BIJ.MD m 180.)
Removed Kw 86 Drayton iirtsl. sontlk
Sr ,h * SSSU*mm
IHE Subscriber, grateful
ally, that he Is now prenarad to Dye all Ooloram tha
best style on Bilk and Woolen Dies sea, Bhawla, Ac.;
also, Table Coven and Crape Bhawla rl-imitd sM
bleached In the beet manner. Ladlea* Kid and w
bieacbed In the beet manner,
skin Gloves cleaned In the beat _
The subscriber begs leave to
UdwlUa ttd Dow*
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