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ere law, will devote their
Moseeatiea aad eettlesneatbf
UaliedStatee, growing oat of
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Irtoloni, iml to unprofnloul M" ' UU(tM4
Mm; uil mpn wrtltra Mguuiitu wbenoMnd.
with Noanridnt Amu wko auTtmlthrm
fciiiM, m tqiluble dlthloa of eommliilou will bt
Uodltoaffd Ddu1 will U collfotod and
fronptlr nnltltd for a oomalalm of from a hall
two and a half pr etat dtrmdlac tht
nnirt; aad BMnttmnH wtthlka OtnittMau
on tnclad oa modtrata tana.
nrproopt attention, wxIirmU cnarrta, longfa.
peri not, and a mlaata taowltdn ortb of lam,
tmliil.n, rule and Dnoadtati, gomaiif tkit
iUmoI tmslnm at toe DapartawaU, tbir tope to
Ttadcr their acrrkm amtal to clalnant aid piblM
rliton.
Refl-mm mar be mde to ateabtn or r)onnn,
and omri or the Oonrnowati and ntioolallr, b
wmtaHoii, to the Hon. Kunt WmitLiur 'ru&
Comptroller or the Trranry. !
Addnat-K Mmn. UIUOER a flnKBMAR, . .
WanMBjrton.U. e."'1
"nee. Ho. Sit IT itreet, near Treanrx and WU-
CHARLES'
LONDOIT
CORDIAL
GIN
fa di Ulltxi la l.mhn nd nat
up rottljr In qnrt mk. tot tot-
t,r, ,v m-i, luvivija-iTWEUisvi
Ortnlts, and thoee to whom Purs and Unadulter
ated liquor U a Heaenity or a Luxury.
It la the oldeit eitabllahed or ell the Qua (I)
wbloh hare started Into rxUtence upon the barb of
tiwtll dceerred and bard earned otkbrilf.
It baa no eonaeottoa wtth, and la in no way like
the trahf mixtarta told aa "Ekolkh Qia." or
"OtoTo,"or"l-omoiDcci(,"or"IxDOOi-i,"
fto., no . no auttar how ainch anilqalte " or " re
apeoublllty la aeeamed by tbiir begttitra.
.Or. Valentino Kott, or Hew York.aars i It la
far imlerable to ana roaa Holland Ula, and la (Ac
tart rtfc if to kind I Aacc mr urn." So ny thoa
aaada or physicians.
TheJIowTqricHarati aaya: "We are earprlaed
atltebrnetoja) efrela; ItJa a ceitala life (nerd to
IMalth."
The Philadelphia Ledger aire: " It haa no iuu.
nor, If aa eiiaaf, ta ratdiSlo.l rlrtata "
Tbe Mew Or jeaiu Picayune : "There le no
remedy on earth fur dyaivisU njnnl to It."
Tbe Beaton Joarnal aaya: "Aa a beraraja.aa a
rrmmlre.or aa a remedial agent, we want no other.
I la oar ind Ma-ua."
Woman of, America, for yo it la ir.iul
adotai. laalekneia or health, it la yoar greatett
B. BALDWIN CO.,
Sota lHroTka
- 01 Liberty etrtet Mew York.
Bold In Waihlngton by
jaiv&uij, uuijIikb a i;u..
VKUL,, UUliLiKB ft UU.,
310 E atreet, near Pa. areane,
And dealera generally.
deol2 ty
"DATES ti WOOD,
WIIOLKSAUB AND RETAIL DK1LKHH IN
ARMY AND NAVY SUPPLIES,
OONSIHTINO or
Pioklea, Fretenra, Calaapa, Oaueea,
. .telllea, tfrnlta, bllm.
Sardlnea. Salad IMI". Choice Hellahea,
Uondennd Milk, Mnatarda,
PRKARRVrn tlfflTQ Cfaif DmiDQ xM
rnre Wines and Llqnori by the Package.
viuum nnw IUBMWD.
WAgjote for Tllden'a Eatract or Coffee, with
Sugar and Milk oomblaed.
aaopnuuylranU arenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
deo lT-tr
YJO, KOIl TUB CHRISTMAS
ItOLI-
--i-k aAai
At JC)8. SrtAFFIKMVS,
3M Sixth atreet. Bet. U and II.
Large assortmenla of Poand, Fruit, and Fancy
Cake-i, nnw ready, suitable for ric-ate, and nude ot
tbe bi el materials Onat variety or Fancy Boxea.
Large aa ortment of French Caodlea, Bon Bon',
French and American Hngar Tvya, trulti, and Uor
dlal, -ilh a larae a-onment of oiber Cotffi-cllo.i-enea,
which I will aril at eke low-si pride, to aalt
the times. Please call and a.e for youraelf heiore
Iou buy anywhere tlae. Ice Cream and Water
cea It W per gallon. Scad your ordeia only
deo IS
1527 and 1529 Bpruoe street,
i'lllLADELFUU.
TbU Institute, conducted for two years past, la
the city of Philadelphia, by MAOAxaCaioABAr and
her tine, Mlpiua D'Osivillt, upon the same
principles as the one In Mew York.establlshed there
la the year Mil, will reopen alter Ihe Cbrietmas
holidays, oa Mtuday, January ath, with Its usual
ample and complete provision for the educatli n ef
Yoang Ladlca, under the direction of Madam
U'Uereilly. Cltculara.and all requlilte iafoinia
tlon.can be obtained on application to the Prlacipal.
Ian -1m
mu tiik uvFiuMRs or THM AHHV.
J" "!"d. a dlreot ImporUUon per steamer
Fallon, from Kurope, a vary line and urge aaoort
inent of Marine, Opera, Field Glasses, and Tele
Mopca. which I will nil a very little above the ooat
In Parla. Ae la the qualities, there are none supe
rlur lo be had, having been eelccted parpoeely lor
thl-r market. Alao, alarga and well assorted etook
ot Ovrra tl laaaes, Microaoopca, gold, silver, aad steel
Hpeclacleaand Kye Ulaaaea,auRed to the sight by
the ik ofan Optometer. A.oondderable number of
orrililca'ca to be aeen at my omce, rrom geatlemen
who have been aulted al my otd eatabliahment.
Hi PcnniylvaniaavenBt, between Fonr-and-a-half
anil SUth Streeti.
Mr Kalabllaliment la ap atalra.
Ol-us'i futiittuil. Tbe trade supplied.
oel 10 ly '
QLULIKT AMU AUR1ST.
Itr. '. J. Won JtloBchxlsker,
Oculist and A'urlal,
lias arrived Irom Mew York, and opened his
oUlco at
Jfo.8 MISSOUM AVENUE,
Where he can be oonsulted on all diseases of tbe
BYE and BAR,
Requiring Medical or Surgical treatment.
Highest refeience can be given to thote who re
(julicnlnenlcu Jans lm
NOW IS TIlEIIMBtoget your Winter Clothlna
at low prices, at 400 Seventh street.
lo U lm
WIIAI'I'INU lAI-Kll
KOU SALE AT TUIB OFHIUE.
yMjjtjjtjjjr.
5oiiir - IrmwtS.
,
1 i i i.r i i
HKLMBOLD'8.., ro"
4 1 - t )h 11
nam MLD's Bcr iro ibt im m.M.
hoi.imi Htinnn - ik, iE-..
taAi.nii ttfitat-i m wT r!rTf "
IffiFfiisKssessr-
RtrKm.srtr.n-i?r"irr!7 i
nupcniui a nunu 1WT ,L--fB U t
""pyvy pnwwnu-wrinMM a.
rmntiiia Mtt-nt isrz"--::
S2aS&fr5RW
"Trrr. " ii5ri? v nrrrw-i.
r.wnnthr. SK'ZS" YV?" J'.
imm.wwwm bibtbit -- - n.Lm
KFr:!W.SS n"V BC
ieriiir;;.. 3x::.-; :" E-m'weaia
S BfaSU-KS S HHI Wakenttaeae. . ,
irss-TK,: s:sk i" :'"-
HELSKii K.S SKSStf Kffi! " BU
nKLMBOLO'S HOOHD tor pain fii ih. B. ,k
iiiGK.-aiBoi.na RtTnHtT---.u-ir-r. :r
,7udi. S55 "------. ---g-v- "t i-ye-
UfUlBOLD'fl uyUHU.fot Mobility k BeM
riiimt' -""1---"' H nor of
HKr.Hwft.ri'M attTfinn i nv -.L.l'y
amiMwbi.bnHvoMi KHSSSaTSii. .-
iUmm-mi-i ,m -. tM. 1 .. ! -4---1-'
raanftlaa 'reiaalea-.'reiMlejJ
riaaift. naaui. v-m-kIm
TAX MO MOU'ribU,
TAKE RO M6H PILM,
THT ARB Of MO AVATL.
iiTTi.T-.r.-fV"!'.?.?'1 DU' rom
vaiyiaian IHVIUCUt IW 0 ITS,
if o rantii v BiiaMiti h uriihd
aaaianw num. oLoaH Of 10JMU ftd
FhMtMIU Utdkint0f Pfe-iut aa Pt igcro
T1VV wn -un a -. a.a ..
IfaA UVLlinni nB Wwn An -.
-.iS.rfj.rs'tajK'ifts.. ?"?"
Ad fbr dlMurtf artelng from Habit 0 1 Dfe mtlon.
m mTttm 1 MtlBUUIIU HIT U
ranvrwuntnui ....--.. . --1
- an aunuuwoi lira mun ui OTMiig 1 ;ntniO'
llieHELMMLD'S EXTBACT BUCHt ibr all
-.vv-.v-4v. rnsvi vi-fMn wi um
Urlaarjr Urgaaa,
Whether existing la
n-nvvrrvnaic, '
fromwliatereroause origlaallng, and no mktterol
110 - uang Bianitlng.
iiTeT;-" " "" "' "'" '
Readt Reattl Jleadl ltaadl
LIIS-.L'f5?LD,'8 -OUOIIUIa aafe.and pleaiant in
taate and odor, but Immediate la Its action.
ih.'27-?1&!l!!S'.lI? l?.,,..B,i Alderman of
ri?.OTV-ff.5l rry,o, b arfoaa
-, --.v, --. -. ,winnl-u--i bbt uiai nia irBap.
-o aB -Btlf T fIVMUII, I
U f . aannJn
-Ue la nUHDUliU.
8ol Maoifaotbrtr.
llBwam aaa-1 a-h.I..A . .. . i.
NffYeratrtr, lUt. WH, P. ktUUMTD.7
Aldcnnaa,
----.-7-t. -vvvMvraivTiUMlTCItaiOUfM'
ATi-tftlCoaUbitla Dollar Try 1
I Im AAfkliiAj1 rt l. .iH. a -a . 1 T
And be eonylnoed of Ha iaui 1-.-1 n i.tv-
-T """' vi im cunaoi, na IL I4KA
I5iLx'!!. SLV, "JIK"'1-1' "rM1o.t(a ftom
-.ii.-.--.ii-t.,--i-T--:.. . . L" :r,"
KS u j", iew jaaioie wrunoatia irom
rroNeaora of Medical CniiM ti...n.u .K
othsra.
than. " '"! """
Prepared by B. T. UKLMBOU), 1
l-P.'fJi,' "l -"ll-.l Chemlsl,
104 Soath Teeth street, below Uheettjat,
'- PWIadtifchis.
If P.flVJin 1DV mitrinu -. .. .! . . .
r. ill. ... . "' ,"u oimra anpnaeipiea
Dealera try to palm t another article, whloh Mrs
a better proUt aad le woithleie, p'
ASK FOB HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT DUC11U.
TAKE MO OTHEB.
CUKES QUABAMTEEO.
Bold by 7.. D. OILMAN
a. C. FOBD.
JOHN WILT,
B. a KMTWIBTLK,
. M v J. R. MAJOR. '
And by all OraggisU everywhere.
iCi!;l? u4f -"d or call for II, and avoid
Imposition and exposare. deo 7-lra
pics 1 riMtfii piksiii "
8 per hundred I per haadred I s per hundred r
SUTLIRS. ATTENTION!
The attenUon of Butlers, aad dealers generally. U
respectfully Invited to the large aasortmeat of
Plan, Cake, Bread. Holla, Balscalt, .,
kdtnt fwmataatlw am hsal fk.i .
IhSVaddSl " """ ""'" ""
Batlerseanrelvoaaattlnaaa-nM pi Bi ih. -,
price of It per handred, and have them at all times
freen irom the oven,
PEACH PIE! APPLE PIE1 DRIED APPLE
TIE! CIIANHEIIIIY PIE! PLUM PIE!
CUIHIANT PIE! PUMPKIN TIE!
- -- 'a. - aa . .
.i.V.ir-"'SW 7'!!" ""i"""-iy can ine alien,
lion or the public to hJaaaeortmeat, and while thank
IIV InMH TAP lha tulanaau aluAl... a
uSir-s;.'-? sxjx'nSKSssas!rTn 'w"
- -""! nsssim nui v tL "",t1' ! I"l-ls
Ko. Ml New York -.
fttatl-l Mlaail o- n4-. ...!. a --.. .?. -J
T.llATJw:r, w",w --,i "?"?
.. MW.... uvo iin
MANOIPATHIN
- AND THE WAK.
lomnensatlon Eiuutlal to
Feaet and Civilization.
la wbloh It la made apparent tbut tbe reanuroea
or the country nre three-fold greater
than the emergenor, wbloh will
call for little, II any, ad-
dltlonal laiatlon.
BY DANIEL B. OO0DL0K, oy KORTII CAROLINA.
Price 5 ceaU. Sold at
imuanvia
478 Seventh slrest,
Oppoelle Ueneral Post Office.
deo lJ-tf
CAIIU PORTHAITS OV TIIK
aBiajixiLXsai
the wholesale agency for these Portraits
tor the -District, 1 aa prepared to furnish Sutlers
and Dealers with them at the very lowest rates
, Portraits of particular oncers will be got up on
reasonable terms.
ATo IIcIutii, Inst reeelved, or General MeCall.
Ueneral McDowelLOeneral Ifalleok, lienors! Sher
man, oomaodore Wilkes. Lieutenant Fairfax, Col
onel Geary, and others.
"-. -w-hmiui-! iu uur siocr oaiiy.
. .V"'"" oi-mwneiy A-acaci o. a, jusi issneu.
Thu Packet con'alna better value for the money
vm.v. a -... ,u ,1,-- uiai-.-:!.
W 11,1, k-u--.vfi.
is. jiauuAiiiiu-.,
Slaticner,
, ... 40a Seventh street.
JanH-eoete Between D and k
QIIIO WINKS AND 11IIAND1.
Having received a consignment of nmmmnannJ
Ot.1! Cincinnati Ohio Catawba Wlnea and Brandies
we therefore offer to Druggtata,Grooers, Hotel and
Saloon Keepers, Ac ,
DHY OATAWBA WINK,
Lliht and strong the former In boxes fir table use,
and the Utter In hair barrels fbr mixing and cooking
purpoees.
Sweet Catawba or Lai! lea' Wine,
la barrels and hair barrels, for Uble use; a very
superior article far the holidays.
OATAWBA BRANDY,
An unsurpassable stimulant, and very useful far
Brandy Punch.
iiiir.nuurein,
eo. K lm s Louisiana avenue.
(Star A Intel.
hWgtojv-m ( H(ri)i4-WAW 13, te
. PAITWtlno avni
imuauwaiJ, -BFA ' t
P""BMMS5f.22i.?. ?
tml
TtTaxt-Bjr. MoaH-s-t -xl or." '
. .' KMirtki.'MAVTTMiaima U' -i i"'
.--li,,,n,( IUICL kWa '
On and after MOHDAY. nUrTf I m. 14.
ww-l?3?l!ra9 Koirta., .te.e
T'!J-,5iS
-' - - 1 -- f.1.
I .?. W2. b-wUTmoI -TT,"!
Kew York Mall TrmiaU.. nr..i.1.. .. .' ;
p.(VeVYo5J1aV,11 P-"3-'! " '
KvI&Ih V.Mmm -- a
rt-e.tMTI.ii. :-, ."-SSBRTM: 1
k.-t.t. :--.! rrJ!".:l.,""-",,'
3p.ra.;
.--.V-.V.-.-I M.-M., nMiaiiiiiaa
iw-rorai a-aa.. nn-ut-i
&?&' ' ? "'"J.- m-.only.
Th ft AA aaa --.-. AL
,." j'"M'ipii anna
mm wrauiiBBiM
tsfaliitoti doottecti
inrvvia id ntw Torn crt 1
fflAimVdVfrTwSft?
II r-t 40S UML
,5iIf.tW ! ' Ll.M5!!.lpblJn.9 a.
--. r... a..,, .-,-,, -rrawiB
p. an,
. 1! 1.1 ,w "-?"! PhlladelohUia.Mp.,
ii BalUmore 4 ao a sa. Anita al Wetn tAa.fc
."" - t'l P. a i Phlladalt)li s aa a.
mi Baltimore T.M a. m. Arrl.a at Wai llogtoa
serannmoaaumLXraina leare UalUmore a Sa.a
---; - - -. .. M-MniH huh mere ai 11 a.
Oa Saadaya at 4 ) and 1 U a. Al ml.
risamii IWUa Uu.ur.Li . l .
nd J.O.aa..aBd BaUlame at I A a m. 4nd4 n
S'aSlfiir ' MM,0,1 ,f --. at the
. Tralak l-tava a-.hmIi. n.ii. J -.- .
iog. at rwVm andlMp. m.' M1 ""f
Pae-eager Train 1 leaelna Waahlngtoa atejoo a. m ,
1V I'luanaaHmnatt.k. al. a ...... I . .
j " -"'---"--. iuw wwwiiiwmai rraifu
jRalM will l-aye Waablngton and BalUraore
lmmvU uuan tnrd Urn. T
- ," r ITM,
Maatar of Transporuilon. Bait.
.1 T. VMilt itrn
n -Jo",Vut'!!l;",,,,u"0"' BalUmore.
Jo
Agcat, at Washington
JOV. HI, 1H01. NOV. IHL 1M01.
NOATHEUiY CENTRAL RAILWAr,
The shorlef, quickest, and l-est route fronl Belli
more to Ihe 1
WE8T, NORTU, AND NOETUWliiT.
WINTER SCHEDULE,
CIIAKUK ur TIHH.
On aad alter Bandar, nth November, Patocnger
Tralua will anlve and depart rrom Calvert Button
as fellows : ,
TRAINS NORTH LEAVE. I
Mail, St. a a .,,,, ft fk A W
BarfalorlSxprMs., So i-'m
Parkton Aeeoaodallon 4 oa "SV
PltUburg and Harrlaburg Express 1 84 P.' M.'
TRAINS SOUTH ARRIVE.
r-irkton Aeeommodallm.at 1.(4 A. M.
BniraloJSapiiaa....i.I....v.A imam
riltabarg and Uarrlsbxrg fcxprese::.::.;.'.? P. S",
.The a A. M.T7rm WUhlnrtmmaaaVMni
thaMA.M, Train Irom BaltlmorT ft?thTwi
ana tor nairiio, Eimlra, Rochester. Daaklrk.Canan
dalgaa, and Niagara FalU, and for Neei York
.. The 11 A.M. Train from Washington eonneete with
BSdiliSi1?? Baltimore, to West, North
chilli ' BI- Banalo aad Bo-
.!?:?? J.-JIJril".ftS Washlagtoa connects
bun, Uarrisbnrg, and the West, aad la a direct 00a
nectloafor Lebaaan. Eaaton. Allnin .-Ti 1.
a, uw.HvuiK, -ma ue rvcsi, ana m a aireei
.. .tmror Lebaaan.Kuton, Allentown. and
New
1 ora.vu L-eatrai Ballroad of New Jsrsev. '
iryinia route 10 new Tork. 1
m m Tl I T 1 1 1 -. .
1. Thi m Ji i ST1". "V1"!" iuniore oa oanuay
lathe 8.00 P.M. Train, for Uarrbbura. Plu.hur.
unioago and the Weat. "
.?i'.0;,rTl"-,,"?',n ' Baltimore Ad
u the 8 30 A. M. Irala.
nori7 Jas. a c.l.AHKV. a-,-,1
IXTINTKH AIIHANQKMKNT.
Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore
XIAXZaaOAX)-
Oa and ! linunav untf a. ....
. .-. -,.- aiau ivm- 1 HU, IB, 1901.
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE THILADEL-
111a ;
VflP Ualltninav -at A 1A -. - - aa .. .
(Kxprrfat)andl0 60p. m. " '
ForCliter,at8.15a m.,11.3fta.m ,3 46andl050
p. m.
lsnr UTllmlttvlnna al a In -i -- a aa ... -.
- Vi-:..7',.r;x .. - i -s a. m , ua a.
assiiwua auu minu (AA.
ror new castle, at 8 15 a. ra and SIS p. m.
For Dover, at 8 14 a. m aad 3 45 p. m
ForMlllord.ats.lta. ro.
For ballsbury, at 8 It a m.
Leave Baltimore at 810 a m- (Express,) t.os p.
ra,. (""P-1".) - and I p m (Kxprtw 1 "
Af". W-lnilngton at 1.30 and 11 ta a. m , 4 15,
8 4&, and 0 50 1 m. '
Leave SalUbary at S 81 p. m.
Leave Mil lord at 4 55 p m.
Leave Dover at B a. m and 8.10 p m.
Leave Newcastle at 11 a m and 8 10 u m.
Leavu Chester at 8.0 a m., 1115, to, and 9 80
p. m.
L-ave BalUmorafbr Salisbury and Uternediate
l-.,lnn. al K On aa... ,-... . C -a -v.v,v
-.-.. v. v v -.!.- , V. iu , -,- orer ana interme
diate stations, at 1.05 p. m.
TKA1HS FOB BALTIMORE
Leave ChesUr at 8 45 a m , la ( 5 and 11.80 u m.
Leave Wllmlnaton at J ao a. m o vs -. -. ,411
p. m , and 1 1 a in. '
riir-iuiu iaain,wiini'awcngirCsratUshed,
will run as follows: '
Ta-1-.a -.--,-, .1.1- t n .... ....
wi....u-wi-,uiuiiivt ferryvine ana interme
diate plaoea, at 6.10 p. m.
Leave Wlbnlogton, for Perryvllle and intermedi
ate placea, at T.ft p. ra '
Leave Palllmcre, for Havre de Grace and Inter
mediate statioae, at a. m.
ON SUNDAYS ONLY!
At 3 80 a. m and 10 w p. m from PMIadtlpMa to
Baltimore.
At 7 Irrm Baltimore to Philadelphia.
Th fl -lil a n ThI. r-v.. -n-.il-!.- .,- . .....
more will ruu dally, AfuiKlnyi rztnfoi
jan 3 If President.
V O I G I .
"Adami Express Company."
Thla r-.-a.--a.-. a- a. .. -.... .... .. .
.. . W uuniwim iiuoiie unequalled
Advantagee ' for the " Safe and Qaiok Dispatch" of
Heavy Kelghu, Paokagea, Valaables, Money, Ao,
fce , to all parte of the United Bute.. '
Expmee to and from Ihe Ntoth and Weet depart
from aad arrive in Washington twioe dally. All
Expreaaes are in charge orrsprfcaml and rtUaHs
Meesengere.
All racUgee for " The Soldiers " carried at One
Half" our uaual rates.
AH fOOda fAr Ih. an-e.llH l Ct!-nf.a1a-alaa Bl.ta. II
and all articles " Contraband of War," will be aa.
ruaan.
OurExpreasaaleaveNewYorkatl,! andaP.M ,
arriving in Waahlnjrton at 8 A, M. and 1 80 F, M.
Expresses leave FhlladelphUatS 80 A.M. and 1 10
M . arriving In Washington 1.80 1'. M. and A M.
Expreaaee leave Baltimore at 4.30 A. M. aad 1 41
P. M , arriving la Waahlagtea at e A. M. aad 5 S
WwaMaaa 4a all autlaata Mull, -- m.aa a
ITaahLntton dally at.SO A. M, and I M P. If .
opwi-u -uoB-iTM-i ior urgt qvanuiiea or rrelfbt
in t made on applleatloa at thli offle.
All ,4Vf (tailed Inp anil -rlaltaM-aiA --u .
charge. E. W. PABS0N8,
n , , araruteadent Adams Expreee Co.
Washington, Vugust ift, '!. aagsa t!
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fttff ' if!aM -,laiiaed under t ic act of
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M1Upharda, aad was granted 'Aanst 34th,
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.is", in ue name or Joha Denny, and
I beptember 37, llM-March I. lift.
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arren,
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ft. fh IK1 Mat-aa la.- . at L
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ttd.and was granted Aug UBtT,I8W-March
IJTl. for lAAailMsa faa-Mal .....sLa ..
bldofKUJan iTaaker. deceased, aad was granted
T't"- ll--rch sat. lie. '
AO MJJV.rUT ISO Bet .m1 asn.fa (ha -.-a -.
.- .I. T.Tr , ' .- awi-cs, ii-suea unuer ine
ycj, 1M. u the name of Barns p. wx
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ch. ftix' in ii .rpaVsrr.",s- -iw.-sr.1!"
Toouiora.
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S! hittM,to.,if" "-"or Jordan Hunt, and
granted'Auauitr. UinHan-ho-i no '
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act of
grantedAuguit 7, llin-March 33, 1163.
warn aa. naaaaTrr,
Commlaatoaer.
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s
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a a-iMaaasaasfrS VVSH
tUUVMATUM, in Maarxwibnai,
O00T aad NtURALOU,
mrrptMXmi nu vousAmvnoNa,
UWUBtlua 4 Oa BLOOD,
, AttilUmaHfteUtf Menmy.
Illi.u.-a.uail..!!m. -. -. .
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ine ooay. abort the waist. aaoAur Avrtcrtaa ...
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Rait
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lal-uK-l
-wai, m aieaimnai propertlea oon-
MlMn. balna af a at-ifa a.u- ..a
KfafDs j
-.a T;-T.-.- a . -. -J -.--"- "?
I the Blood and aeacrol ctmlaM-ia. without lint -naaa.
lag Ihmgh the process of digestion, which would
lead, not oaly to detract Iron their curaUve powers,
but to impair the Internal organs and derarge the
JJS" ,l",h-" -WIS U1.tnrn,i-rt,(,
IjtL ""t"" vi imenici reatedus, ana effecting a
rr".yirVy,V-eiiIW-aa ctmictwScI
UU Vilml ttiMaff. mad nim-I-m ,1- .uw- .a-.a . ....T
Lljt. ai'i a .---. a. -a u-v j.m H(,nw-a W f IMQUHH
condilw-i. ThU Baud Is alao a anal nmrrfi a...'
Mbbcobial Aaaar." aad wiUniHrefitrdfeM the sya
temtromttapei-lcinu resets. '
Moderate caara are cared In a few days, and we are
"A-lJly receiving wirfouMed teatlmonlala-to which
we Invito Inspection al oar oraoo of their e fflcacy la
aggravated oaaea or bev imtuq. '
Price Two Dollara. Sent by mall upon receipt of
, -a--. - -a.aa-v.a. UUV. VI
O.SMITHCO..rrori
SCO., Proprietors
491 Broadway, Hew Tork.
"Pamrtt' dmUri km fra,
Thla ManA aritl ha. la.aai.-. .la. ., ,..
duties. ... iii-
NKW INVKNTION OH- ARTIFICIAL
CHEOPLASTIO BONK TkKTII
without meul plate or olispa, by
1 a 1 U TJ U V tS. VO V.a.
a'av. k, . .a. --JA v Aa K1 1VS J iS J-l
310 Broadway, MewYorkj aad 300 Tenna. avenue,
1,bet.l3thandl8thaU.,WashingUin,D.C., '
Slalla 111. .,(.fl,l a. Ik- .,,. aj ..i ..!..! .
- -- "--'----' w a imuiio IU lue lOlIOWing
advantage of his improved system :
1st The teeth of bis manufacture will never corrode
nor change color by any acids, and are three fourths
lighter than any ether.
IA Wn laalh'a- .. . . .
.. . m..,. . ,-jv-a nixu ue rxiraoica, u UC
srtlSclal ones can be inserted over them.
Hal. 7h.-Ml.wlll haa.Ja .-.aaa. 1 .
.-.- -- -.- w au--a .uva-cuniia -uiv never
to ache.
tlh. No temporary teeth are needed, as permanent
ones can be made immedlaUly, thereby preserving
Ihe natural expreston of ihe hoe, which, under the
old system, la frequently disfigured. '
tth. Thla workliaa been mfly tented, fbr over live
'5.? D" ?MI' "' 'be Brst Chemlate and Phyaiolans
of thla and the old oountry.
. . J;.." ."!" inveniea a wane inaeatruetlble
metal OUing with which the moat aeaaatlye teeth oaa
vv aaaav-a aivun, 1-aiU, aut van UUI1U BD U DOT
-eund tooth on any aide roots, which wSl I
be filled without pain, and can build ni
irftct
pai-ni iwia on I
through a lifetime.
Ha refer, to tha A
uu-sa a. aa.i-.inr.
He refers to the fbllowlng gentlemen: Dr. V. Molt:
Dr. Dorcmua, Profeamr of Cbeml.tr-. n. a'
ui. uoremua. rroreaaor of Chemistry; Hon. A.
saann, jaa.; uapt. urabtree. vice President of the
Emigration Co. or Mew York; Hon. Judge Wayne,
ot tbe Supreme Court, or Washington,!). C: and
Itinnaanrfa nt mhaaa '
van ana examine r yourselves.
nov8 8m
RITTKNI1UUSK, FAST, Ac CO..
' BANKERS,
352 rtnmylvanta Avenue,
Issue DRAFTS on all parts or the United Slates, iu
sums to suit Officers and Soldiers.
Also. Dralla oa 1-oadon, Ireland. Scotland, Wales,
and all pontons or Ihe continent or.Europe.
IllCliest Price Paid In Colli for United
SUt- a Trraiuiy Notes of the dlff.rcnt Issuca, and
Northern currency.
Exchange on the principal cities North, payable
In g nd oriurrency, sold to suit nurchasors.
KlTTa-.NHOUSE, FAN V H CO., Bankers.
jon, ran i n uu., Kankers,
No. 351 Plnnsyirania avenue
Near Brown', lint
Near Brown's Hotel.
Gold and Ilncurrent Money Purchased,
Specie, and United States Currency. Accounts
otiened for depositors.
RlTTErHOU8E, PANT ft CO , Bankers,
, , . Mo. Sil Pennsylvania at enue,
Jan 4-lm- Near Brown's Hotel.
MBWYORK LAW AND COLLKOTINO.
NO CHARGE WITHOUT SUCCESS.
Law and counsel In tha Hlata anA IT.I.al a...
courts.
Coiletllng Mortgages,
Bonds,
Coupons,
Interest,
Accounts,
and all financial business attended to promptly. ""'
ne guarantee success. No charge without.
a. z. nousE,
Counsellor at Law,
10 Beekman Street, New York.
a-.. ...a a-w. ,nn, awtira I. nuan diatsi lnini nena
for circular for reference, aarociate counsel, ao.
i.m A ir ' '
yy ACIIINOTON SKIHT VAOTORV.
WANTED-40 famalea to learn to make skirts.
A neraon oaa, in a abort time, make, per week, from
K-2t -a,"!rtS' fo' PMUoulara, at 107 Seventh at.
batwwa U im a. aor t'Xtr
.-u-AWJiU
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN
' roe lbs Nalk-nal RiraUlean.
PRESKNTATION nii- fniftna
TO IllB TfllKTV-FlFTD REGIIbW . V. VOLS.
The monotony of ciimn Ufa wnW n-r-il,l
broken on Thuredav lnai. nt lha i-ninn nl ih.
Thtrtv.flrth raMmnnI V-.h. '...l- I' .
. rf ..ft. -a.-... a ,iva IWU VUlllllKerP,
Col. N. II. Irfirtl. Fdlla Church. Vlr-.li,!-, I,.
Its prraciitnllon of a rUnd or rt-glnipntnl and
nttlional colors, liv Ifnn. a v m.at. u n
from ibo Jcffcrsou uud Lewis (2a 1) dlslilcl,
New York.
Tho day broke inuu-plcloilily, beoiusj of n
coId,dri?i-lng rain j but, at 12 o'clock, UieBun
burrt through Ike cloude, and ahuno ua sblues
ori! n Vlrglnlit wliili-r'a auu -typical, Id us
bom), of that glorious fuu or Ircwluui tvb'ch l
eoon lo break Ihrouoh thn rlnn.l. n,i nn k.
(euro our country's horizon Ibn-lhlv 1,:-,.
lug us New Yorkers of our Indl.iu summer nt
nomo.
Tho regiment was dmwn un In tin. ..n.i
Iheo formed In " hollow rqnare,'' and the col
ors presented, accompanied with lha following
woras :
Co. ZonJ, Qffktri and SoldUri of IU VMy.
I ABA AsalfA BH.K 1 .te a . . a
a -.ju - i.ivu u-juu hi penorni a yery piesnant
daty in present ng lo you tht se beaulfhil oolorj :
lBkllllfBl MA Maaala I. Jl .. '
tMlt tlMMlHhll Tabs IKaI k.ll.l tl..-al
Thfl flflfT gf lha TTntnti ..k ala.-i .. .. a
.- . ,uv umUU rfwnwMJUCtt'UrU HI Wi OT I
wua latu.ie, duu wo receive irom mem, inoiiffhl
-rldt-II hla. Ilnln r-tSi. IL.I la -L-ll I a 'a I
Many of you 1 know prmonal1y as my neigh
bora and particular friend. 1 know you an
stood, law-abiding, order-loving citizens. And
I knnw nn .if-A hard ftl. r. .i
.. .... .v -a fcUB iui iuu invwrva-
tlon of ifao CoMliltUlon aud laws under which
vuis couoirv nas necomo a powerful nation;
A tintlnn tshllh l.aa kAfAslnrn. J-. a a B a '
tho world that It could wltbuUnd aaaulljt from
foewlthrtnli nnil I hawn nr, .irt..i. i.a
tiatl H,l iln La.! A. a a
"; wi.siu a mutt nine, i nope in a tow
weeks, prove that we are equally invulnerable
from Toes within.
Wo are now engaged In n conflict which la
tflMAllln that nilMtinn ami T naaiut r - a
men! doubt tho result
mat ract wtabllsbtd, we look forward lu
v.-ara nf ,tnlnf.r-a,-.la.1 -a N. ..a . .
'. , --jniKi fii.ciii.v,aiHiconKra(
ulate bunelyea that we leave a rich Inheritance
to inuee woo come alter us. That you will all
uo your duly nobly, I have no doubt. I know
that, m civilians, you hare acted well your
Sarts. That Is a good guarantee for your con
tiet as soldiers.
Ir thprft mWHr IU a Ha, In awlatak IL-l .....1.
had a stake, it Is tbe pi areot one. It is waged
uu iuo ari ui me oouui, oy a class oil dema-
-nffltM.tahn-tfAlllA al.-lla -.,-I.II.L -. t
a"" '. a-v .awuiu ,.,j coiauiiaii a louBiarcDy
a guvernment In which, to ose their own
choice language, " the greaay mechanics," and
small, hard-flsted farmers joat auoh men-a
VaJl 4h(il I am aim. .1.1 .l ilt a ra
jw aaaaui a aiv ruuuiU UUl UVI K 1816. UUr
army la largely made up of this clars of mfn,
BSn tru In I a At thaa ananaala-aa g iL- 1 B (tea. .
nusvi iue iwnu. lot)
sa ..a nt -,( llal-
To provB that they ympntbi with monarch-
lata WA kaan Ainta in a..Hl atw . a aa a
1CIO, no IIOTC Kill iU IBIUCfflUCT UKl WV 0376
already Wgnlfipd a wllllngncn to becomo the
rnlnnUta nt flrai Ilrltatti ulil. ikA nn
tluu, no doubt, Out lh " F. F. V.'d " are to be
.A.anl.a-t aaaaa... 11.. ...I.tlta
waiiKU auiuu-j IUC UUUIIliy,
ThavHi-alrA ana-h a M-.aa-i -J I.
- --, -a.uaav ra.vu n &VJ VI UUII UI, DUU Unit" UU
afllntty with the laboring clauses. A system ol
"'i uuut-i nuivu lupy were uorn una nave
been educated bus bad tho effect to produce
tbl-i feeling of aristocracy. To gratify It, tbey
would gladly dielroy this republican Govern
ment. Til atiatllln ra.-llll.tta-nn aa...aalll. ..... I. -
aw v-U--.... .vg.a.uvv.u Cll-lll,-, JfUU UHVO H
solemn and Imperative duly to perform to
wi-vt nuu vnilijuuil Ule 10.
TukM than ihaaa -.Inrt.tia I. a. ..a ...j
...-., ,v.., ..uu b.uiivna -au-;i-i, aim gll
forth to Ibo struggle fir national existence;
aim wuru iuu uttuio is icugot anu won, US
fought end won II will be, you can return with
them to your peaceful homes to my homo
nllbout one star Icm blight I ban now. nor nnv
slripe staltii'd wilh dishonor, tbimgh tbo blood
of many sons may enrich ovcty inch of white.
. Then you shall rtccive the plaudits nf Ihe
In PIT nf I rata ilum Ihrimnliaiiil Ikn ...l.l .t.
enjoy the consciousness of having nobly done
your whole duly to your God and your fellow
HA-OAls
Col. Lord responded as follows:
Z&'JI&ttA!:
w v.-.a. ..a vvaa-aa. u. IUD VIUIII UUUBVI
dlers of .the Thlrty-flfth, I must say Ibere Is no
iuau ii.iujj n aula. U.UUS WU WOUIU 00 OClieF
nleaaed loreeAlvn thlahnAntifnl atan-r nf ...1...
than at yours. From the fits! organization of
iuueu cuupuuii-B ui our regimt nt woicn came
from nnr aai-tlnn tt Ihn Klaia -a- a-....aii.ia.
i-ivua Dj,,i,Kllllll.O
abors, and your
kindly aid has relieved us from many ot tbe
difficulties which we hive encountered. From
first to last before and nllcr our regimental
n,i,.nl.lti.n an tt..a. La., al.t.i a
v. n.a-...vH nv uu,u uqdu UVir--U IU1Q US-
silted by you, and assisted, too, many times at
great Dersonal sacrifice of limn nn.i ,,-.-.-,.
on your part The kindly feeling you have
maniiesteu towards us, I beg to assure you,
is reciprocated, and wo shall never forget
what we owo you. At present, wo cannot pay
you other than by our acknowledgments, yet
our hope to so conduct ourselves, wheu tbe
time comes, to strike Ior our country, that our
acts may pay all who hare labored in our be
half, and glvoyougr'ut pleasure, and redound
to the honor of tbe counties of and the glorious
old State from wblcb we came.
ORcers and soldiers of the Thlrly-flfth, re
ceive your colors, and may no act of yours
tarnish their bright lnetre. Tbey are beautiful,
and worthy to be borue by the Thlrtylinh.
One of them, typical of tbe Union which gave
- " -" vi ijD usuov iu wutvu wo nro x
gaged.must never talowered,exceptIo honor of
Ihnaah I a avti.. liAnna la At em fFlaaa .r-.ll-. I
-Tkf that A) ana- -rf.. a u.klA), akA..tJI 'lm
ua ww BAffM ii Wij. nmvu BUVUiU -M1U QOOS
exist In all, and particularly la our regimental
Mi-gnuiAsuuvu, uium u-cv-ci un -MTUIBaeU DJ aDV
cowardice or lack of firmness on our part An
atM-lf .ft, .Wfli fna Ih. aalla .aat-i .
vaa, -a .. a-.Ja, .V. ua UU1IJ, -C UlUKnCy, 1,QQ,
Comfort or such organitatloas as ours, is eesen
tlal to them. In tjme put, and partlcblarly
In this country and England, has this feeling
predominated in organliatlona like ours, even
oiler the rankTalia Ble have come and gone
many Umee.
It Is suck a spirit as made come organiza
tions noted In the wars of Napoleon, and which
may make us, If cultivated, second to none In
11,1a a-a.-a . IL. T9... i..i . a
" o wwiuaw. uuueu, ursi, nuu
determined, and eonsolout of our own strength,
and wishing to do beat of any, we shall not
easily be resisted. Let its cultivate ibis more
and more; and while 1 know that Ibere Is
unity and respect existing hetrften tbe'dffl-jen
ii
NO. 41.
I2?J!lflll'0f lhI" nflmef J can truly wy there
cannot hn ttu mn.Vi nr....i. ii. ' ,.J ..
V?&K&ri& -
analilai i-j- 1 ""ss wo aiore snail we be
counl manniily: DM'' "nd "3h,rr "r
iNellLlT,!Iw!"!" co,or" nre P'n W. let
Din lKd ti ittl of "' lll'v where those
h.S,i if ,ot n,,t n "-" be found to Ing
ii... n ij ' "" vini iDav our labors in
M i,!!!!r W' n,Lu "i80" onca W
a llmoln : h u,.. .',"" " !. ".W"" f
lii-Mf,.-. . """""""""we perinea our
e'imir- !n "UUm "0d Ior-'' ' Common
t'liiulrr. 'Hion will we ilcpcfit Ibem where
thtwuf u. who llt-a m t.JL. '.""", "?"?
K!S3 iJ?S? .."S-. . "o .femfnded of
,, ," -..i.-i in mu inirty uiui.
hua cram LI. at nU 11,. i.....,. .
i"r-W-W
mo reglincnlal colors ore of dark blue silk
n!d, upon which is embroidered Ibe coat of
nrmi .f tbe State ef Now York, wllh the fol.
lowlng'liiBcrliiUon: "Jiiferunn nn.ni. tm.i.
Bllh regiment N. Y. B. V., Col. N. B. Lord j the
lllilrxn I haa r-a.Ali-.Af ... '
-..-.., . wuauiuuofl, and tbe enforcenmnt
of the Uwa0a ,i,0 ,he motto, " Eicel
iir. This flig , most elnlnralcly executed
the letters and figures worked In tmbroldcry
aud Ihe wbolo surrounded by a deep rich
fringe.
Tho nallon-il cirlsn U olan r h.a-,-, .nt
red, whilo and blue-containing tbe usual
number of stem and stripes, ard upon one
vhlln I.e. t. (!.. . ... '
-... ..a, ,- c,7 wrought Ihe Inscription,
"Thirty fifth regimeul, N. Y.S. V."
The giildoia one of red. and th.. ..it,.. r
datk blue-are also, of silk, each bearing tho
u-n-ri-M-uii, ininy nun regiment, N, Y. S. V."
Tbe whole wrro manufactured h M,-.
Tiliany A Co , of New York elly, at a cost ol
SJVU.
Several national airs were dkcnnr.e,l ,i.,rn-
Iho exercises by the flno regimental band,
under the leadership or George K. Choate.
V.
B'ovrlng lip Ihe Alexandria Hospital.
The Jaocol AW of Alexandria thn. lanna..
of the story about Ihe attempt to blow up the
u a. oueptiai at me Mansion House:
The facts nf tha -ua aa fh.- - ...
v v .ut. Wuio w as are
aa follows: The store and keys or Barley i,
11 111 etl ha (ti lisan t !-- :e .a a . J.
Z .in . . ,7 ""K oi ine iste fro
vort Court, since it was taken ponemion of at
tbe application ol certain creditors, some
months since. On Wtdnesday, Mr. W N
Brown, agent for Mr. Barley, discovered that
the baf k nnornf thn Kaanm...i .... a
k,$g mi. lhe f afe.tjr of lbe K0"- KT- ":
at the mlllUry headquarters, and waaiolormed
that a guard would be placed ther-. On
Wednesday night about ill o'clock, Mr.B. was
informed that a light had bevn seen In tbe
store, and upon proceeding there, found sol
diers Inside. He called UDon Dr. Porta-, it h
A., In chargo of the hospital, to Inquire Into
lbe mailer, and hearing thai dangerous com
bustibles had been found in Barley'a store,
proceeded there In company with Ihe chief of
the bo-pltal. In tho store be found a barrel of
safety fuse, such as Is used by the railroad
companies of Ibis city. The barrel, the head
or which was partially broken In, exhibited no
marks of any burning whatever, and was di
rected to" Barter i Trlplctt," being apparent
y a portion of their stock, not in the cellar,
but on the second floor. One ol Ihe soldiers
present said he had found a piece of the fttso
about three yards long, lying in a ditch some
sevonly-flve feet distant Irom any building,
burnlnir at both enda. R.n u.i -,,.. ..i r:Vi
Irecse were sent for, and at once made an ex
amination of the building and grounds. No
"powder "of any kind was discovered any
where. Chlni-an nrnatrAaa ...i .,... '
found In the upper story, where they are known
In liQVai It.mn shan aa la aa . . .
.oy.iviunuvuou mvrmory oi ine Bloi'K
was LaktMl hv R rntnmlcalnn nt' th -Mlitt-a-..
court, some months ago. It is well known
mat iiipo was kept for sale by IJarley t Trip-
lelL ftlld hoiltrht frnm I horn Its laa n.....tlu
r - -- "o - v" awaa aaa iuikq ulAtsUallllrQ
hv rA.Irnfiil airtnt .mn et wka.. .-. . ..
aj.0 vi v t -" -" iiuib ut me inveuiory
mcntloupd, u barrel of It was examined by I ho
commission to ascertain whether keeping bud
ft Imlntahml Ua alat -Tl.al -r 11.1. i. J
fflhia -rsttt a aBl eat Ik.. Jta. f at. e.
S SVig
all these nimors ; It Is a fit illuslratlou of tbe
tnousinu mat arc curren t every day.
ASaliUINATION OF J Ell'. DlTlH Tl.u lhll.
delpbla Press tells the following story:
lesteraay morning a drummer boy. for
merly attached to Colonel Corcoran 's Sixty
ninth New York regiment, presented himself
to tbe Mayor, requesting to be furnished wllh
a pass to his homo in New York. Tho lad said
hn was taken nrtsnnAi nl Ihn a.m. iln.. .-in.
Colonul Corcoran, and was, for a long time
confined in Richmond. On account of his
youth and apparently harmless character, be
was allowed to go Irco about tho town. At
ono time, be states, he was urged to attend If
possible, tho proceedings of the rebel Congress
with a knife concealed about Ms person, which
hn limit In nan irhnrn ll -sn.ilA 1.11 11.- 1 .
against rebeldom. lie was granted aa entrance,
among other visitors, and bod actually got
within A fnw VAl-ta nf lha Du-la n.t vi.-i-
whoee occupant be would have murdered had'
Iia nnf Itaan slnanA.1 a il . a
i. . a a -wuiu uv raomeni ne was
about to make a dart. The boy teJIs the yarn
with an mnih rnAlnosB nml ,1iiii.a..i. (.
1 -- vvviuiru UI1U UCIlUCIIltll rilI'im
sis, that his statements could hardly be doubt-
aA ITab a -sb. kn ..). LI. " m ma
i. w an j a no WWB UU tlSCapO ITOm I(1CU-
mond by stealth, and was sent across the Po
tomac la tho trpnk of a friend, who bad been
ouimy-du iu ku -ivr-e ia Diury ta a ramer
doubtful one.
UA11TKHM AlTKll
H -UKnEliAaL'A urnoK.
n ABiuaaToif -uiit, aeoemiMr 30, 1801.
A o occiti-u-t oi -n r uiRBH nm no IDOr DOrsCi
ba boaght until all now belonging to tha Govern
mnt an In actlva arrrlM.
Tbe attoUon of all quartermaaters of the regain
from tbe Seoretary or War. w" cra"
d.c3,-d.0t UrtW15Slffi'
OBIiKCT SCUOOI. lTOR OlMLI.
13 Per Quarter, Trench aad Music included.
Mas. A. ZAPP0NK, Priaolpal.
Ma OX K sVeet.
Near the Circle.
-FarnlAhed Booms fbr Uent, on very &oderaU
Ui-A.tatbesamcfffJMiij. ' "'JhsJ-U'

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