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and 24. BD lUIrl.'MklwJSn.'u. 0.
rtssara.isaststlata'i latin i)T
At nut iilirfMli tiled Irs ten
"- WflHSEW!iS4l?
ftfj in n euctii arrsiUTjaijUTxc-
3Y0A3, QOXORRUXA,'atRET, STRICT;
VnKS,'silitlJ&.'VXAJb?f!S?er tli rcaul.
of roLUrTUOUSlBRSAAO,- or any week
Bees of the Ojr.VifilivTibiA'Sffom .By
causo whatever, or Vow.iong'.sUnillng, tbor
ought j 'and rVdlcallj! cnred aiso frOPT,
nlHUiUTISV,-XEURALOIA, an other
cnno.vidDissjsxsottht xrn rxs, xv&
CLES, BOXES an4 fWjmi'ACXOWPAll
BLOTCHES m the JVICB1, XBJpTIOXSon
TKJP DISEASES MlDLSEASES jof the
BLOOD, fnm.whfnflmm'aff''mfhat4
artien. 1 "'
AFFUOTKDiKD' .tFOBTDNATK 1
No matter what tor tteea, let bo falie del
Icacy prevent yoV,4(pa4,lapp)jlnglljnttcCtelj
to Dr. Vellnr, who .I aakaowlelfed to be by
far the most BUCCttrOlnilBlCIAN In the
treatment of prlv.a disease. .-Teal not to come
ana make Known yoarnMiDfxnseaj ana newiu
speedily eond'youou ronr Yfay;nolelnj.'i
That dreadful coargflcf;Uie'V'B)t, liidalgfd
In when alone, dwtroja' the gcneratlre
orgeat, inHia yea foo married life, prefacing
wraknces of the back and Umba, loea of anima
tion and muscular power, palpitation of the
heart Bcrvoaalrriubllltv-,. Ms' of memory, mel
ancholy bablta, Inaenlty, conramptlon, and
death. j ', lw
TOUNO MAN I In view of the dreadful con
sequences of delay, do Hot"fU td mate jour
case known, Immediately, to Or. Vellny. Your
eecreta with him are (acred, and you may con
fidently rely upon hli medical skill.
Thousand whose ayitema were shattered and
who were on the brink Vr the grarehaTe been
brought back to rigorous health, by hla skilful
treatment. tl
MARRIAGE.
iMarrted persons, or those contemplating
matrimony, who suspect thcmselrca of lmpo-
ency, seminal weakness, or any disease arising
Jrom a relaxed state of the gcntlal organs,
whether the result 0( disease, lojury, youthful
udlscretlons. or Indulgence of the passions In
riper years, are earnestly entreated to place
thcmselrca under the care of Dr. V.i They may
rly with ftrtalntynponntpcedycnriifnSnpJ
on bdng restored to full health and Tlgor.T
He treats with entire aacecsaall disease ol
females nth LEUOORRJlEAor WBITES,
LAPSUS BTERI, In., Ice., and In rrrry ease
guarantees a pcriccilaUJ,... ,
FKEB moderate, and VISITS and COMMU
NICATIONS strictly PRIVATE and CONTI
DENTIAL. -
FxRSoas calling tw so one Jbut Uio SOCTOB.
Those at a distance may be tbutzd by mail,
by sending a STATEMENT of CASE,"&c, Ac.
Jy3-m
-TITII.I.IAM PITCH,
ATTORXETilFOSt CLAIlfAXTS,
conim or siTzNtn and r stkiitj.
PpporKj Vie rott OJfla,
-WASHINGTON, D, Ct,
Prostoutea Claims for Ftntloua, Bounty Moaey,
Bounty Land Warrants, Lost Property, Mterulting
Officers, arid all ether Just Claims against the- Uot
anrment
Also, Patenta procured for Inventors.
Sptdal attention giren to casts before the Court
Claim.
Fees reasonable In all eases, to will
In each Pension cast,
liountv Montr casa.. t - a
$3 00
600
6 00
Bouuty Land cast, - i fa
Pay Claim, -, .. sj
WMows and minor tbildreo who -are poor, half
the above rates. Those who art aaTacMiLT m
nioEHT, free of charKe,ec-rptinere dlabnracinents
Correapondente will be entitled to share the fees
n alt ease they forward i
Consulting couaaet. Hon R. H. GILL FT, late
United states bollclUrof the Court of Claim a and
ormer Solicitor of tht Treasury,
Apecuu jcytrtnetw by rertnUMion:
Hon. RIchnrd Wallach. Mayor of Washington,
Hon. . W.Seaton, en-Mayor of Waahlugton.
kcitib juuuauu a. iu , iMtiiaacrs., yy nantOglOU.
swevuy k Huyck, Bankers. Washington
Kx-Goveraor Hunt, of Zsockiiort, New I or It.
JudxpUardluer.of lAckport, New tork
llou. John Ganeon, State Senator, Buffalo, N. Y.
Km Burt anhoru, member cf Conrreas from
Newiork. .
Hon. G. W. Clinton, Judge Superior Court, Bit f.
hleaari. Hubble h. Darls. Counaellora. BulTatn.
H. . . i ,
Judge Bowen, of Lockporta.Jtew York.
Judge Woods, of LoekLJortfaNew sork. ,
Hon T. T. Flagler, ex-member of Congtefi from
.New orf.
Hoa.JOJin uanson, frcitaUnt or tht ew York
and Frit Bank, Buffalo, N. Y,
(ct -w am
EOSAVKLL'S MKD1CATKD
OOVait CANDY
or C0UO1IS, ' "
nitoxcniTjs,
ISFLlRXZA,
.., , U0A118BXRS8,
Awl alt Incipient itagtt of Conxumptlon.
For aale, wbuleaale and retail, by
. O, D0SW.LU DruraUt,
Cor. Mkmand avenue and Set enf h st .
An! Z. DOILMAN,
Tenn arenue.near Browoa Hotel.
Charles Allen, W. B FntwUle,
D. B Clark, ' John R. Major.
L M. Smith, B C Major,
H H MePheraon, J W.Nairn,
s C. Foril, T.D O'Doanel.
J P. Mtlburn, J r Dawson,
Charles Stott 1. O. Rldcrlr-1
In OcorsetoTrn by Kid well, Sothoron, Scliaell,
an 1 Barnard
And by Dmrglsti and Sutlers generally,
an 15
i
-TriucnE, on Avunutic is iri who u
i T then among yoa that Is not In want of
lomfUrfjif U the way of aothlnf, Furnlihlns
Goods, lists, Cf pal And the heat place to set them
Is at the moat popular Clothing House of J. II
I I Til St. CO ( o. 460 Seventh street, where you
a find the greatest rsrlety of Clothing and Fum
lahlng Goods for Men and Boya' wear. We can
safely say that our sfosk of Clothing excels an)-1
thing U (his rnaetjendonrreputtddnfor Selling
Good Coods Cheap Is truei t.ul the old maxim, that
" a nlmLle sixpence is better than a alow ahllllng,'
Is the prlnclj le that lias built up our Immense
trail1.
OurpreseotBtockoIClothlngweoft-catverylow
prices, and we are all the tlmerfcelylnitewgooda
irom our msnufatturlng esJaWIshraent, No 40
urn aiiiiiiiuiir. strati hi 14
Do not (autocall at 1. II, STH'h CO-., No.
d0 Seventh street, where you can by Clothing at
trrmendous bargains.
, J, iL.tuiTii a, co , ,
I Uolhlsrs,
W J. NO. dnUBAV.nth .!.... .
and f.nrneJ'Ttrenlieth Itrset and fa 'atenue.
nof Sldijsnl"' j j. ,
i,rCS;lW AND SOLDJPRS' dO0rJ',J
....,', iniNSTON 1. scorirLD, ?
a at , are ort,tu4 W J
I flrerfCnur fru7rjV,
Fult assortmeat of MJJlttrrfand Fancy Aoods,
hsvroni. aTltKi. Glovsa. Statlonerr, and gsnuias
Sperm Army Oil, Gun Poll ah, &C Full stock f.f
Sole aemta for the Colorific.
aoa JC at reet, Juncture FennaylrsnU avenue,
hot 97 im
a .im..,
let
tl.a
lFaeet:
t -WMklOgtM.
.AKitd.iiiAiii "'
Jled -Daffy 2ee MsreerFeVai and (At iIIYst.
0 jWcti.flrTe rVeles (e BeMssertBiiJ mMM
ITVat as folWst T to a. a , and and p. m:
raeseogereroYIBa weerrasaa ciarae wniniimu
at Wa.hlraglon location (Relay) With the Baltta-ere
.-.a. nk,i.iiu.4 oil hnlatt Waitt' ml 1llwrl'aWI
and Ohio railroad, tor all pedals Yfet( e. leirrrrri
farTkiUMfMtndKtw rcrB-ieave Washington"
atsa.B.,lla.n.,aadSp m.' " , ' "
l.tnfiref.-.UavevehtBgtoa.'a a. Brand
P ' FOR ALL1 POINTS WMT, - .
ami fifkfUnttlnnl)ia Rklltmiirtfttl(l Ohio Mllroad
leart WaaUntfoa at I Mid 7 a. Du, snM P.
BUI aoa an auaaaya a a-i p. m. ., 4
TKA1MI MOVING SOUTH 1
art Vtw Tork a 1 a. m., nutaoelphla at It JO
HHLiJlllaiviaaawnia aa.i. m.. -
Mata.Wn.m ; '
Lure New Tork at p. m, Philadelphia at to to
,m., Bltlaiortt.o.ra. Antra at Washing
Ca ae.ao. i . '.'
iatraaj ivatasr vnrsz bit ii n. ia. araiisanazsiiuiK ,.
a. m., Balllmort at t a, m. Arrlrt atiWaahlna-.
ton attstaaBi. a
Local Aeeoonodatlon Train War tultlmort at
to a. mi and to p as , for Washington) arrive taai-
at 11 a, m aad.p,m.' u a - . vi
On Sundays at .) and 1 40 a. m , saly, Iron Bal
timore. ' r '
No Annapolis tonntetlsnt on Sudsy front Balti
more or waiblafton. - x -
Passengers Marine Waahlnrtoa atf andloa.B.
andap m.,makttonneetlontat WathlnfttaJntif
tlon (Relay) with trains oa tht Baltlmort and Onto
railroad, for aUpotntl watt or the Ohio rtTtr.ani)
lor ail poinil aivna; am iia-a di u aMai.aua-ri a
Ohio road, la Maryland and Vlrftnlt.
TValna laiawat AttnannlU fliF BaJtlHOf and Waafta
Infton daUy, txtept Bundayt, at S.U a. m., and a.o
raisenrsr Trains leaTlnf Waahlnf ton at n-ta-,
It a. m , and S p. m , and sulumoraat'4 so and-IJa
a. m. ana s.ou p m , stop ouij ADaaiwiu auu
wainLnrronJanciiens. ti -- . i . ..
Way raaeenirrs arnst taka tht Aetommndatlon
Tralnaouy. ," r. aj.n,
nor U Master of Transportation,
ADAMS KXPIIKSR rOttFANT,
Ofllee nt p-an Kt-cnut,
lliuAlnon City, D, C.
aaa-a-a . t t
OREAT-KABTKIIN. NORTIIEBN, Ao WE)T.
EKN EXPRESS FORWARDERS.
Marrhandlst, Kmrri3nnTf, Vavlnablta,
Ifatta, Slotke, BoaftdB, Aen
Forwarded with SAFETY AND DISPATCH to all
aceeialblt sections of tht country. This Company
has Atrrnclcs In the principal railway towns In tht
NOATH, LAST, WST, AND NORTHWEST.
its principal otflcca art i
TASMXOTOX,D. C..X. T011K, BOSTOX,
riULADKLPUlA.BiLTWOftr, CIX-
CIXXATI.tST. LOUIS, LOVlirf
riLOt, ZEXIXOTQX.,'-
Connections aranada at New Turk and Boiton
with lines forwardlnf'to the Canada- and the
British ProTtnces.aad with steamship lines to Lh-
trpool, Southamptoa. and Harrt, aadithenct by
Luropean txpreasea to all promlntnt tommercl-4
towna In Great Brttaia and on the Continent.
Collection of Notes, Drafts, and Bills ssadt at all
accrsaltilc parts of tht United Statss. .
. . C. C. DUNN. Agent,
Je 11 ' $ Washlnfton, D C.
OOMRl' BROWN, l-
soLiciTons of TAnmASSXtAms. i
' J
Douulli, pratUkii Uuk Pjr, Oflleer'
IttrmltlaK, ud .. other Just CIalp,
Lmliii the OoTcnunent
yH,elr II Wni"'' A .glister.
' -
iHAUIIIilDai U. b ,
J'Uct, cortur of BroaJxfy,
oimoiitl City JIM, aVhsorJc.
Ami Xo,
TlxtaivA. 1V nANaalaAaAtl. !
lions Hannibal Hamlin, let rrtaldtnt. Mo
Martin Kalbflelscn, Maytr ciry 01 srooinyn 1 aoi
Jah Mann, Jr , New Tork City 1 John N.Goodwin,
M. C , Me t Thomas M. Fdwnrds, Ml C , N; H 1 TA
ward II. Rollins, M C, N. Hi Alex. II. Bice, M,
C , Mass John B Alley, M. C , Maaa I Alfred A,
Burnham, M. C , Conn-f Dwlght Loomia, M. C
Conn t John A Curlty, M L. , Ohlot James M
Ashley, M. C , Ohloi Sidney Edgerton, M. C , Ohio
John Hntchlm. M. C J Uhlal John Corode. M. C
Pa 1 RobctvMcKnlght, Dt. c, Pa.i Justin s Mor
rill, M. C t, 1 John F. rotter, M. I' , tMa 1 .
chajiiiltr. M C . Mleh t James II. Lane.- M. C .
M. C., t.j John P. rotter, M. c, u
idler, M C . Mich t Janei II. La&etf M
tail Crrui AUrlchM C . Titlnfl Wm.
, M. C , 111 t John T Nixon, M. C , N. J t .
. Strsilfon. M. C. N. J I P. B.Fouke. M
Kansas Cyrus Aldrlch, M C, TUlnn Wm. Kel
lot. M. C , 111 1 John 1' Nixon, M. C , N. J t Johrr
I.JU, . nirrtllOtt. nis s e Hi I Ti d,-fi, a.
- .-la' ....ll mw f, (J . -n am iriv-. ti
HI t Owen Lovejoy. M. C , lltj F. P. BUir, Jr , M.
Ired Fir. M. C , N, Y. MJor Oeneril II. B bur-
ni
. n WrVitAff "pan' p7 w iniamanort citv
Kn'ahtK?rJ i 'Kaalw ri Prri SlhanS
Bank Shepherd Knapp, Fsq, rrri NKnuui
"" J)
-1 " ' '
rNTKIUOn AXMinNMKKTR.
&,
4 HA
4SA
PAP Ell HANOINQS, i
?7?llVi!'ZLeZLt-.
Giwb and Blue Holland Shadci. all Hirst made to'
f order. . . . . .
il.n l,...lanrni at BaiiM-t mn I iT Plil urst r'AOil ran 1
I Tasaels, all sites and colors.
PUrcMllnilureaan, anil aUOWIQg DO OUITOcaiO
accumulate, persons needing the abot t goods will
gOOa!
all.
find it to their ad rant are to give ine a cal
Allworkeaeculedandsuperlntendcdbrpractlcall
men, who have served a regular apprealkeshlp al
i tl.mlr trade
I Stlifictlon Eiiaranteed, or no pay required.
i leaie in e me a caii.
Mem ember the number
ralei
JOHN MAnKRITFR.
No. 4M arcnth street,
, Fight doors ahort Odd Fellow' Hall
' nor 5C-1)
,
EETIIl TI.F.TIII
..V IVYf".1 7 K..4,l .J.., '.,:iIirXi,
oMheSIInerarpIatelMlk, attends personslly at
.. .. . . ...a. .. . .
Manr nersons cau wear these teeth who cannot
wear omen, amino person can wearoiners wno
a.iinAl ur attar tr.akaak.
:ruiuft trarree uiren .
Teraons call. hk at mv office can lie accommo lated I
"""" . . . .
with any style and price of Teeth Iheyma) dralrej
but to those who are particular, and wiah Ibe par t
est, cleaneat, atrongeat,and moat perfect denture
that art can produce, the Mineral Plate will be
I Rooms In this cltj-No S39 Pennaytrantt ave-
more ituij warranieu
Jll v
nue. between Ninth an I Tenth streets. Also, wn
ItUar, UEi HB7VII llllllll nut a
And street, Philadelphia.
msris ir
Tilllhli PVl'IIK,
IROX HALL,
U 10 Penusj Irnuta Av ruuc,
lltofesaZe an J a?rlail Dealer in
FINEST KAMII.V GnoCKItll'-S,
FREXClIund OERXAX WIXES,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, CIIAirTAaXFS,
DRAXDT, RUM, a IX,
CIGARS ami TOBACCO,
Has now on hand
a very Jiae aiwilment of the abote, at fair prices
BUTLEHS SUPPLIED.
nov st-TTJiStf .
vjEW ANDHIMPf.II
IN IIANO 10I1TK
.IHIKD METHOD Poll
APD BIM.IM..
PflOF. ALEXANDER pL08iI,
HtMir, rotyurr AhD Compoier,
, "J,"" S AM'SaSS
vu moat liberal term... Professor Wolowikl will
' &l????hUn SUtoty f f M,uI nd "1",,
Rr Profraaur Wolowakl's new method, a Deraon
ha lug only a slight knowledge of miulo will be
enabled, tn a .eryahort lime, to read ntualoulth
jrest facility, aud execute (ijerallo as well as
tlaaalcal musiie with rare perfection
As to thetocal part.ty bit way of .ocalUatloo,
,be arrives at moat extraorrtlnnry reaulta, renders
UueOlce powerful, and enablesthe slngerto vo
tsllre with facilltr, aocurHcv.imt tine uualltyat
tone.
prif irntfiivastl rerelrea tlailtora ilrttli rrnrailOln
Ilia m and from a to 4 p m.at hla residence, isrt
4l rUIIliriHifinvni f nun.
W ti Children 01 freight jearaorage are ac
cfytfU deslBv.1
f ( SQtMEJIsfiEUllF AlsdCIATS9.
Hi MDe, .no. 70 r sireerieor lninecmru
Con.aunicalitinstottTaddri.sae.ltit
HATHAWAY,
I
OFrjCBlNorTa.VtNTH TllSBT,sa7?niB RAU.WAY
tDepartmant ExctiaaatJ . J2UXj -
rAiVftfj-fti
" a,QSt5- ..
Lock box fa, s.hinirton, D, C
ay I
anaT.rr-alaft
t T
wtt
-in 1
-rrff
TS!rTr
ViimftojLTMJi?
Vrmw'mtfAM-iiTSTW oAiet,.:-if-l-
air, iirr-J- . ..: g.iu t)
a- ZaBaSaTafc aTWaa BtUO B WSSt"
J an r ,&aB ..aaalaaaa: II.
MW LONPOJI, JtOHWlC; aad,WO
rt Vt rti (iaMari Itattpttd,) ru A
" "1 Vti.l.kMt, , r J,
.1 i v mots ,. M k a i .
.vier it i. itrooT r vrsTitt mussr.
The aew and auffaUctat ataajMr CfrrOr Boa.
Tueadayt,r,Thuradara, and BaiuldaySl and.Rom
New Loadoa Mondays, Wcdatadayjkand Frldara.
- Tht new and mAiUo.nl tttamtr CITY OF NEK
Toss:, Thomaafp. Jtwett, iromnuudtr, from New
Vork Alondaya, Wtdntadays, and Fridays! (Ton.
New London Tutadava. Thuradars. and Saloi-
, these two'atwtttamtrslitrtetii built aiprttt-
y lor this route, wltn all saoatraitaproTtmcnia,ui.
itiillnv u(. Tlrha rMnniriiuaL and. art the
only attaxntra trtr built fef Long Island sound
with this grtat Uft-prtsenrlng lnprovtiatat, . . ,
Conduetors accompaay tht ataamers tach way.
raaMrisenprocttaliromnewiaOnooniinniKfiaie.
ly oa arrlralotsvamerBaby CapreaaTraloto Bos
ton, UotcetUr, Lowtlw Lawrttct, Fltfhhuti
Nailiua,Ctticorl,llit White Mouta)al,! ko ,
1 PAsstngeri returning from. Boston ware the De
pot of tht Boston and Wororater, railroad at SJO.
P. M , Worceiter. t P. Mar' lvlf ""' Isdoa
' rrJiahi tak.a.stk .'.V'fs, and div.r
td la fiostoa early the neat day. t , j
1 State Rooms In abundance casu had on boarf
steamers, or at the Boston or New Tork offices, Ix
"", ill i .MIAnTIN, Agent,
jy-tfu in rf. DariijN.ll.
G nEATCKSTBAI. ROUTE. k
, For llx TVcst, via
BUDsoxjiirsn RAILROAD oml AM
1 YORK CENTRAL RAILROAD. .
,, Os Ann Anca Drcxjstn s, l&si,
' Xiprets Trains leareNew Torkclly depots el
Hudson Rlrer ytsllroad dally, 6uodays excepted, as
lOIIOWa
XromwChambers street
At 1 . m.
Ila ra,6p n.
J.I5p in.
Montreal and Buffalo
Train wirh sleeping
eara.iaiso. ta.
From Kith street station
AMJSa.ra.
ttsoa m.Saop. m.
stop. m.
I0.t0p.ra.''
an. -'....' a.-a. 1.
1AI OUDUIITS, Tn lOUOWID)
tot. the tTnlln-arlnat- lalfis taarlll Kak Hln I IA
Wdtirram SMI. a.trMt' Th lOUn m tmMfi.r CAI
train for AtbiitrVuid Troy, ind 1h M mt m. from
Tnr. anA-df.lijtia n tnv.n fMnn- AlbrtDT.1
Connectlliffat Albnofwlth th New York On
ini Hkiirota lor coeneeiMj( nooMiirr, uitcat
ButiTtV ttdrat, fcnd ittloii on Rome ant. V ater-
Siiineoilon BrUre. Aubura.Ceoerii.CiUiiiddilcua.
' Trlni In eonneetlon lenre BuflXlo and 8uapen
eion Tit LAKe snore, Duetxio ana lb iiuron ang
(reat weiiern RAUroui. ror Hftmiiinn. xoronio.
Detroit. ChtcMo,ToieJo,AUIwaukle, Jondilu L-m,
Li Crowe, Madlaon, Fraliie DuCliten, tilena,
Dunlelth Dubuiue, reoiii, Jlttlc Iiland, Muita-
tlne. Iowa City Uurllnr
nctoDi Uuloojr, fprlofneltJ,
'.Terra lUute.IndUiiAivolla,
Alton, st. jUjui. Cairo. '
tXAtiUlUe.ClneUnfttl. PuTton.Columbu-, Clevc-
lanu, aaaau poiou rsi, nonnwni(inu uuin
wen.
NnnTitrnN nniTC.
Conn ectlnr with Train, at Troy, with Troy and
Boiton, ttnd Rem, end Strut oca Hoadi for Snrato
t, U.ltfhnU, Bat land, ihirl Infton, St. AltMni,
Route Point, riattiturgh, Oprteniburf h, AfontrenI,
acatxe.
fcj- rettait Aranjrraenti by thlt route aa ftbore
without ehnnireo! cure, from the Depoti tn Cliani'
here and Hmtaon itreeti. are at nil tlmci ae f om-
bleai innJe try other RitilroAd Companlei. The
fsdlltlei of thli Krent htxr lork Route, to the
West, commend It to thecootklenceof inerchaiiti
an 1 etupperi for i-romptnen and deepatch,
I'AiaetiKcr TralOf, with Smoking and Sleptnf
Care, run la eunnclion on the Wew York Central
Rovi
j pArtlculara ai to local tralui and freight ar
ranxewenta, Inquire at the deiiot,Ci Warren ttreet.
As Wt a in, n,
dec 11 Superintendent.
pAttrnr.tr Tr-tlr-li Uar rial arohU Frrrr from
-vE- ;".":v-7ii..v i.: ' '
lootoi caaainurrs street, aa lotiuwa, me i
6 00 a. in .Mall fat Dunkirk" and lotermedlatt
stations.' ,7 .
This tralateinatosfner night at Elntlraand pri
erf da the ntt moralflg.
looam. FxprMigfor Duttalo andprtoclpal In
termedUttltetlons. t '
.too a m. Milk, dally, for OtliTllle and lt..rrini
dlatestattona. 12.15 p m. Aceoramodatloi., ally, for Port Jervla
and pnaclpsi stations
II.Ih rT ira- frt. Ul.t ll.lAnm Van.1..ir
up. m. Wat.tor. MMJl(town,'Newl.ulrglil and
termeduts itatloni , '
6 no p ih. NlrtirEiPrfei,i1allr,for Dunkirk, Dili-
falo, Cnandaiguaja ind prlhcipa
train ofsurda) rnnsthrnnshto
lOssl
stations. The
BuilXlo, but dor i
not nm to Dunkirk,
T oo n iiu. toaJcrattt. for Dunkirk and principal
station! - u a
The Fxpreas Trains connect at Hornellarllle with
railroad fur UodiUofat nrolra with tht Can an J al
, "'
JT
ia ana riajcara.frais luuiroam ai uingnamion,
1th the STracuae lUllrondtet tornlna: with tht
railroad for Rochester and Buftaloi at Great Bend,
, with the railroad tor Sa.ranton, and at Buffalo an.
Dunkirk with the I.aka ShorsTRallroad for Cleve-
I land, Clnclonati, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, fcc , and
I the Canada railroads.
CHARLES MI NOT,
sep 12 General Superintendent,
i AV110 SA1B HIM We "rtht our store la
t i the
First ward may not hart cauae I a com
motion, but do say, that we are running off an Im
mense stock of Clothing at the Leading First Ward
Ston', corner or Twentieth ilreet and Pennsylvania
airnue,tiit who ever it w a store where a Smith
w..a1I.rtdfd notdobuilnessl aniJhe rrasao i,
titer aalumrt. aril their rat-vi1a ton chean. That la
ilwhy Uiey are alwaja poor. (vJio er lieaiilof a
' Smith getting rich I Inererdhl)
1 "'e arc determined to furnish All the First Ward
wllh Good Clothing
T
I Ti erybo ly had belter come anon and buy, ai our
netirMmn. In a atmltar bnalne. aarthat t can.
" , , ., ... .
1 not stand It more than ninety days longer selling
,n.i. , ri,, t.nt inlma . rcrr lr Inl nr
... , .,''. , ' . ,. ...
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boota, and Slioea left, and
ne are determlne-lto run them olTat great bar
KAlna, at Headqusrtera for Cloth log lathe First
aril, corner of TwrntUtU itrect and Pennijlra
nla aienue and No. 4 CO Seventh atreel
nm ;i-dtjtn1 SMITH k CO
TaTOTICK.--0. ITIEH'S RESTAVRASTTit
i.j.1 u Bwriirtrr sti'i niviii iriur inun ciiBiiunu
"& lone-t.tabll.hKt neataurant Is liapuj to mroria
I w, numerous fra-nds and patrons that lie Ins suo-
cerilrt In making the neoeeaary arrangements In
. the Restaurant department, whuli vnalies him tn
c.,,.,i, ih the urgent rimiestsor Hie cllliensol
.. '. . .... V- ... .
Ca.i.i. uunineurgrni riiiiieaiaoi ii
ashfiis'ton ami the iiubllo rpuerallr.
ai URim.ik'K
Inaamuch aa he ha complrtedthe refitting oflhe
U per prt of the eatablikiiment for the nckummo
tint ion of gentlemen wlahlnt: private
blSSLRX AU SlPPi-H. r,
arraugementa have been made to supply the taMe
from lhe marketsof New lork and fhlltdelphla
(!ii.i, with
1lVs,, FI?ff, EiST Klrfl OY&TLKS,
an 1 all the tVH caries of the seaaon
A choice aehctlon of
irNFS LlQUOUi,anJ ll.il ASA CIGARS, fjf ,
trom the old-vat abllshed house of A Blalnger H Co ,
(oppoaitc Mllard a,) ullll found coaatanth on
hand V, UAUTIFR, FnoraiCTon,
nv 2 e)1m UW Fennayhtnliaienue.
pltlND ADVANtK OP THIS AUMV,
v-a and clot hie ra are cr log up the great adt ance
of clothing, but we are selling at a small advance
on old prices We hat e a large atock on hand, and
are telling themoif to make more rooui, for we
hire a ery large atock of Clothing at our minufac
tory, and are now running off our atoik at lesa
than wl-olesale pHiis tn make room. c l.M e al-
was ten tight Ing agtilnat high prlcca, and shall
continue to do so. ,Mr. SMITH .a In the market 11
the time, an I Is en able. I to furntal. our atore with
a superior stock, and we cannot be undersoil J)
Anyone, We have the nieana to aril chenp, and
aredLtermlnedtodolt ftt
SMITH fc BFALl'S,
No 301 Saj.ent.iatreit.
no 3i dtjanl Near K atreet.
no TIIK VOTKHS Or 1VASIIIVOTOV.
J The Aaseiaois or the dlflcrent Wards ulll
meet at the following places from 10 o'clock a. in,
tlllSo'clofkp ro , fijfim tho 14th totbe3iatof De.
ce nit er, liulusl vw, to cornel and teglatrr tho nnme
of thoM oinltUd from the h,U llati
jat Ward. John A, librem, IU feuonjUftala t
enue, bvtneen i.tkaul Ut bat reft
i'J Ward.. Ihomsa Mewart.tortier 12th und It
streeta
jM VanL Henry turlla, corner of II and 12lh
streets
4th Ward Thomas W Burl,6thsti,tlewein
Q an I II st reet a
6th "U ard. B. F. Vfrn roatdence, Ten II ill lings
tthard. oeorge CtIlard,nt i.Uw (Mark's of
fice, Mrglnla aiejiue, ttweentliandloth atreeta,
1th Ward. I'eler Hepburn, No t id.HIi Fstreet,
between Bth and Hh,atreia west,
uelaV-dW it .'
TM A "
J
hum .Maui 11 4, 1GSI, TIV N M LMSra II, 1EM.
hi" '
ADVM GUROvl'SKI,
' rtlce, HA
ItrllPRlN'S UOnK STOM,
de II 3tv W Frnn ave.
-t T r , M Q 7f"ry."f:J
"t"iBB
. a,,i fttJ t i l J .tV'
PROdOCAU FOR WOOB. 3 J J r
aaa ...A I Stlf a Ii fel
5
J
A t fttefcOltATwaMTal-llall flrWHj Mill
uyraerrianievfHatBwa weiracTwu
. 1 7
Jia WuhlnftMpavCrWP. IB, mm,i
ID FltOroSALl for U ieMrery JoJ m
iKALKD PHOroSALi for U AeMrert M
ttouaaadflThiidi(Mtfoiwei4,rtt
or iMf, to the Oortmneol, WaMlMilriat tMe
Me until MOoday. the tffth daf f MTiitir, 1MB,
altio'eloekm i!'' 'W
Th ood tobo hard, eotind fcbd aaereimaattaUe)
hrtirttOtWtlon;, an4ipUtU HwoiBary ate
tord-wood. y s
) The wood W M tViiretM u mn Aiaaay, ofj
TllnBfhaaCata, Wdr4hvwx.,e Ka. WoeOy
Bennett. HaVvertr. Kthan Ak4. Mawrt ale.
t auch polat on the Loummk m4 NaaiMhlroratw
road, beWeeii Means and AleKasatlaf Va . la itwli
aiiantlty at eaeh plaoe, at kueh 4t ir l-tev u
the Depot Quarters. at. er may sJlreet, In tovdatt la
ranks fnur ri. faei hum dellrerTHOt betnr eotft
Idered eomnleta until ao corded, tneftiured. and In
petted, f t
An uapecTor win 09 aeaaxaaTva on' tnv fiarv vi
tht Goreramentto Inapeet and meaeur the wood
and auch ai doea not eonform to the above ipeettV
catloni will be rejected. t 4
The contract for the delivery of said wood will
expire oa the toth of June, lew. 1
rayraeni o oe roaae aim -vna 01 cacn taioain
foe the wood dellrervd durlnf eald month.
PROPOSALS. r i
The full nine and Doat ofl.e addren of the Mdder
mutt appear in the propoaal.'', '
If a bid la made lathe name 6f a firm, the namea
ofallthenartleimuit appear, or the, bid wlUbv
eontldered a the Indlrldual propoaal pi the party
tlxnlnjflt. , ., . ZF
Pntooeala from Hilyl fruiUiwtil rt U tvhtU
erHf,afasMla Of UrvUrui MutAcrpMMav tack
a- ... l.aa 1 .1 t-Ol. . I. fl. fci fA aB vj T
rrvjiuarua ihubIi u isAJUB:vautvii iu bni saunaiu, tut
Havrii. Aaala(ant Ouarturmaater it. B. armr. Waah-
lAfton, U C, and ahould be plainly marked V Pn-
Tba rMivmatkllltV of the ruarantora muat faa
ihown by the offlelal certlflcafe of the clerk of tht
aeare it imtnei lourr, or 01 tne uniwa Maiee aae
trlctAUorney. ' - ' h ai
TheabintTart)uMd(WrteaiIU.eoramtnrt.ahoid
It be awarded to him, muil be guarantied by two rti
poaiiMe penona, wnoao iirnaiurei muu Dt ap
pended to the laarantee, and laid etiaraatesi muet
aeeompany the bit. "
Bidden n,uit be prevent Irt pervon when the bid
are opened, or their propoeate will aet be conelo.
ered, ii i
Bonda In the ran often thouaand dollars, alfned
by the contractor and both of bis guar an tore, will
required vi ine budocmiui tiwrrr upon eiajauaa;
tht contract ' i - i
jrom of t7trW. , l-1-vc.r
MM -. U iHCWUIIir 4 '. mm OHe s , aaia
Aerebr puaranty that ft Wf to fiilfll the to-
uaciin Rcceruan.e wiin inf iinm vlri jropw
altlon, and that, ihonU his pKii.aio be accept
ed, heHlIl at once enter Into, contract In Meord-
ancelherewlth. t s n i . , I , tn
Should the contract bt awarded to him, jr are
To this piarantee rauat bt sppcnde4 ihofflai;
ceriancATeaiBOiemeniioneu. r . . " 11
TheWiwtquartcrmsiterrraerveitoMmirUttve
neni 10 rfjeci any or an ui miii j oj tteriu unt
high. V DWARD L. HARTZ,, T
Capt. and Asa't Quarter master, U. 8. A,
at .a. & ISt - ti
SPF.ClAIs NOTICE,
TO THt
CITI7FN9 OF WASHINGTON,
0 F1CEUS OF THE ARMY AND NATY.
flTlfON HAM.
The old and established Fmporiumof , Clothing,
that hat, for to many years, supplied tht citizens
of UaaMngton and vicinity with all that Is es
sential for the elegance and comfort of the oulei
man. Is now supplied with the most complete and
fa ah Ion able stock 11 -it v, t hat e t er had the pleas
ure to oner. . i '
COATS, PANTS, and 1CSTS of the most des(ra
via aijies mil coutu ue iuucu in iiib niararit.
H04IKRY. UIAJ FS. At . cannot be surnassed and
will be sold at prices that do ndt allow of eompo-
lltlrtn ' " ,.
LXnC.V. STOCK OF MILITARY. OVFRCOATS.
XaARCiK STOCK OF JM1LITAHV OVFRCOATS
LAHGK STOCK OF MIUTARYaiOV RLOATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRVAS COATS.'
i Anrii.' cTfif.if Mii.iTAnV nHiu rftiTi
LARGE STOCK MIHTARV'pRlVia COAT
LARGE STOf kr MILITARY PANTS, "
LARQK BTOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGK STOCK MILITARY ANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY fVJTS.
LARGR STOCK MILITARY VrSTS,
LARGF. STOCK MILITARY VfcSTS.
INDIA RUnUKR GOOD OF ALL DFSCHlfW
T10N.V, . . -
VAULTS, CARPFT-BAG?, e.
Our stock of BOiS' and YOUTHS' CLOTHING
Isthelirgest and moat (aahiouabie that has eter
'di
I
VI
been ottered In this city, and at the lowest prices
:ity can poDr " oo.aiaeu in mi. ciif.
7Jf tAll and set us at OLKON HALL, corner
street and Pennarlraata arenut, the Creat Cloth
Hi(MartofVasrilniooolty.) .:.
nor 1 CI cry i uea, .nun, a. pAi
1Itn VSUItY OP TIIK TN1TBD STATES,
UauitfOTOM, Decembers, 1841.
On Wednesday lut,ba adjutant. there Ulasp
peared from this ofttce aiucksre of blank ' Or t in
cite! of lndcbtcdntsi," of the denomlnaUan of til
thoiuanddollara, numbered from.iivSOl to IB.ouo,
lKth loclual.e. No cPTtltlcatrs like tliem haveeTer
been Uiurdfrom lhlaoH.ce, and none Mill ever be
lamed. i
The true certificates of the deanmlnsllon ol five
thousand dollars have their number wr.TTi.if on
the rart In red Ink, at the i rrsn corners, directly
under the marilnal border. The words "If the. order
blank be not Alld up, this certificate, 1 tailed to
i , will be paid to bearer," are rsiMTEO on the
tut k of the certllicles, tn rn (hi. All that have
been turned since about the 1st Instant, oommenclDg
atsout No. lls&JUr hae the largo denomination,
"MXiO," printed on the f tee. In red Ink. All cerlin
cites that will leeue from thlsoUlcela future, will
be like tlioae Issued heretofore Thoae In the loaf
package dlrtfr from the genuine In ha. Ing the worda
nbo.ei,uot'rtUlxi "If the ordef blank be not Ailed
up, this certlilcate, Waned to , will ! paid to
bearer,' engraved on tht fice of the certificate, be-gtanlr-yT
over tho L2iie1te sod them taking the
place of Hie border, and coutlnued btlow nnreach
end, ner theengra.ed denominations of "&tQ"
Tlie numbers arc prtnte J la on each end, til rrtf 1ntt
VITDEH ine - ihasu uvni'iniaiaiMiiii uid iianccuriinni
Inatlon la In green Ink Ortlflcatea of the denom
ination of one thouaaod dollars, anawerlng the de
scription of thoae loit, ha-o been and are being
laiued; but none of that dnomlnat1op hMe been
on all genuine certificate! there Is ni ornate flg-
lire or ganami piai.ru uvrr nitu uiMvr rncn ui mi
to a. roll containing the denominational tlgurea,
' flooy" ThflgtrlAnd matched three ludentatlona
of the acroll, running lenglhwlie of the certlilcate,
and la alHut three quartrta of an Inch long, an
e lnh lb of an inch wide In lhe centre, tai-erlng both
ways from the centre ontheloatcerllflcates.thls
garUnd doea not appear, V- KriNNER,
am. iv-v t rfTPurrrwi ill? vuiiru aiaira.
-( -TAHi; NUTICK, CQ
M.T. I'esKKFK,
N0,t9 LOUISIANA AVrsKJK,
Reanectfullr and Lheeirultv returns thanks for the
liuerat paironaga nmienu rvceit rti
Jiavingeeer) lacmiy luruoiug
THFD1ST s
IIUUSF, 61GV, .,.
ANDDECOnATIVK
PA1NTINQ
TogMher with all work pertalnlng'to a First-
claes raiitiiDg B-Biauiiiiiuinu
Hehaa nohfsltancy In aotlcttlng a continuance
oi iae i ui tic a i -irur.
tn 'i Is i art ILrasArnahlet
Tu Work VnezcniUonabU:
An 1 particular attention Is paid to
rno,urTNFss in deliverx
tJ'Rfmemher the numl er I
At LouisiAifA A ruuc,
oct?l 3m let i.lxlhandSeienthstrreta.
U A II IC H A M H , ,r
M RKHAMS is the best HOTFL In the Citt or
W A.H.hCTON,kept on the .
EunorFAN risAN,
AJjohung WillQrJ? Uotd,
No. Iil2f rgJsNSnVAWA AVMlrts
Tlie undenlrned 4ia, o fitted and furntahed the
above niwrd house In the teat manner, gl. lngltall
the modern lmpro emeuts, Including water and gas
In ci ery room, bed and furnishing goods not aur
paaaellu any houae In thecuuutr).
Wolerto aaaurethnaewho marfaioriu with
a call In the ordlnar) , that It will U supplied with
every thin,; lhe market aitorda, got up In the best
17 vi e and at II Ing prices.
T!.eNat.onarfi5t.W.4.Baayat "We fed It to be
our duty to Int He attention to this lioi.se, and to
guirnnteethepiihllaAgalnit extortion In price or
neglect In atttnJince It will not he under the
control of the aenanta, whether white or black"
Andwcendorae. It and shall carry out the1 Met.
We tan only Bay to thoae coming to Washington,
stop at the nt w Furopeau llnuie, atop at the best
hftuati?, atop at the home neurit thee arb and the
TtfLAhUH., anl lo Late the benefit of all thla, stop
alMAnKHAM'SUPennailvanla avenue " ft
1 , JOHN II. HUDSON.'
F, F. MAKKHAM,'
ileo o froprletora
T) K It H O N A I..
IT . (''' "rt M"t C'urtJ IMIy, ly lhni
ATaqnttlitn.
Csll an I see the nenies of sCjineof the rlr'it slllrens
ef Wa.lilnjton. v. ho,' hare I cen rrilorinl to health.
1 Gout, Piles, Itourali'la, Rhcnuatliia, Scurty,
fieri oils Complslnls, and Female IVeaknrsies, In.
f( p MRS VBFN,iti,i; street,'
let iveen sixth anl e.rnthitreeta
N B The city cars pan within a a quire of the
aoors nov 37 im
Bil,ir";mi-viK y.i)i,;wriiiJy---arYjtnwiiiyir
. Jti- ).I M1KIXUI.I I
II ;n"k"i"V,lTU'V.ivrvVAtt
... 't-rfAWWViOI,'a
10 ....... -r...
'J II4al.V'. till ul tuAllUllt't x't-l'
siiiw-ij.-a&flT,
.aSalaVBrW-Bn tUMijUBC J il-MBI
PHivieiaA'MBft 4-
k aal TAlta
V.
wrt i
jit -- a,
A w T, U
lh aks 'vfmit
UTtrii I
Br'l
ff- -,tiih I 1rt nnr il i
ait RHtuWiTISMJ QOUT, HCUBAtOIA, LVM.
B10O, STIIT ntCK AND JOlNTSVUrilAIIfli,
bruibsbvcots, And'wodkds; nm,
HtABACltt,jtNDAtLllH-:U(ATIC .
' iano Mamvpus uisoiunatsi .
.ii For all of .frUek Itls a speedjr sad eertaia rems-dj-j
aw) Birr,,Thi!:UraaMBt4i trepana
Wm the ttrtfaoC Bn stefkkes Swtet,of ConaatV
lnt, Ut faawoa Mm IstUr, as4 Baa keea istg la
BU praenec, ror raor,taiBa twiaTT jvars, wnntine
'I .a'.
1 a J tt aWfaTA. nl'VWir II la M.JvalS
I t-T" (.aaM.f.v-.- ...aa, aa a,a.ai,ai-Ha
br ait artDaraUoa before the puUle.ef wBUh tht
taoat tkepttenl rasf be javnd by a single trUL
f,tf If a .1.1 ,t, , Aa 44 . Ici t
Tills Ualmeat will cure raolllr and rSBcallr.
lU.tvaiaUa.DtMirdtra of .rtrr J4, Bad, la
Ueasaads of casts, Where it Baa beta Baea, u hat
aerer beta known tatall. J , ...
MOrWitOMIIVwlllefftrdlmmtdlatt relief
trtikTerycase',h6wtrWa.slretsta(, '
''Zfl wlUrsUereJi. worst cat. f HCJDiCUaTlB
trattDlantti,asaltwarrsaeattdalt. .
J ill
T00TOaC3r&lBdJwlUltrare.Bstant.r."aw '
7 r ur7 .1 run -ia.tl Jt 1 ,tai
ton yrctrevrbEtitrrrUtiPauiKtAVim-
StTVDVnH ftii laiIrWncTi.eaci, this
UalratntjUjiilaotiBavPT an4 naMllof rsaitdr,
AMlntmllreetljpi apoa tbalatrrour tlisntavl
rtrestlhtnt arid rtrlTtatltllt.jsltm; and rtslorta'
it (o elasticity aad Tl(or. r ..-'..
Q' i a wt J l ll , i t i
TOR JIIXStB a atktemal rasaed, we elalsa
that It Is -Ike beat kaowa, and we challtn, e the
World to produce an. eriual, .Crcrr victim of this
dlstrtitlrif ' complaint shoOld tire It Ulai, ror It
wUl not 1.11,10 afford Imuifdut. itlur, and,) a
majority of easts, will effect uadlcal curt. .
1 " td ylSal Ay,llV- at I ,
"QtTMsr ASD SOkC THROAT are sometimes
tatremdy taiallgnBafcTaad idsbtrons, but a timely
application or thlsJJslment will nerer'fall to
cure.
ii - - '
SPRAUtS are semctlmrs rery obstinate, and en-
laifemrnt of IBS JolOtl Is liable to occur If ncf
ltcttd. The worstcue may be conquered by this
Uolmcat lh two fit hrce tlaj s.
H j urV It If
BXVtSCS, CVTS, ItroVNDS, SORCT, VUKRS,
BVZt.S.'AKD SCALDS, yield Teadlly to the won
derful healinc properties or DR. SWrrTS 1NFAL-
I LIBLE LINIMkNT, when uied aocordln( to direc
tions. Also, L7fLnaJIAS tHWilMrU SBBi, AIW
D.SCCT II1TES AND STINOS. i
DR.8TEPirETBVEET,'pF.C0lNECTICUT,1
The Creat Natural Bane Setter,
n. ivl t t i I '
UR. STEPHEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT,
Is known all over the United; States. .J ,
PR. STEPHEN SYEET, OT.CONJJeCTICUT,
Is the author of " Dr. Sweet's larelllbla UntraeaC"
roi , 1 1 i
DR., 8VEErB INFALUBLE IJNIHENT'
Cures Rheumatism, and never falls.. B
DIl. SWEET'S. INFALtlBtS!' UNIMBNT
Is a cerlala remedy for Neuralgtatt ju
i a a i a
DB.,9WEETS INPAtUBLB' LiqiMKNT,,
Cures Burns end calde lanoedlatelyT
n ' I "
Dll. SWEET'S; INFALUBLB'UNIMENT
lethebestknown remedy for Sprains and IBrulses
BB. SWEET'Sl'nJrAlaLIBUS.limMENT
Cures Hcsdache Immediately, and was never known
to fall, '
,i -i ti i .
DR. SWEfrrS IrlfAl.LlDLU'l.lNIME.ST
Affords Immediate relief for Pllee,and selilom falle
to cure. ,'
a i
DIX. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
(111'
Hit. SWEET'S infalUblk UNIMENT
Cure a Cuts and 'Wounds Immediately and leaves
sioscfcr. v -y ,'
Dlt. BWKKT'8 INFALLtBIK LINIMENT ,
la the beat remedy for Sores la lhe known world.
. -in.' -o
PH. SWEET'S INFALUBLE LINIMENT
Has been uaed by more thsn a million people, and
aUpralaelt. ,1 I j
DK. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Taken Internally, cures Colle, Cholera Morbus, and
.Cholera.
DIl. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMtfNT
(a t ml) a t friend In need," and every family should
have it at nsna.
DIl. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
la for aale by all Drugglats. Fries Sft and 60 cents,
fl I . . sj
i4 e sir a
A Friend In Mee4 TryM.
BR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LJNMENT, as an
aUKtatrnal remedr. is without a rival, and will alls
vlalrf imln taore ipetdlly than any other prepara
tlon Tor all Hheumatloand Nertoua Ulaorderalt
latrulv infallible, and,' as a curative for Sores,'
,i UtoundaTSuralnaj Bruises. fcc, Its soothing, heal-
4 lag, and powerfulfStrengtkentng pro pert lea, exelte
tbejuat wonder and aatonlahmeniorall who have
sier gl.en tt a trial, uvtr one thousand certlfl
cates of remarkable ewrcsiperformed by It within
thelaat two vears atteat th fact.
H J1 1
To librae Ovnier! ' l
nn sirrrpi INTALLIBLK LIHIMtNTFOk
EOKSES Is unrivalled by any, and la all cases of
imeneaa, arlalag trom H'raloaBxulaac or
Wrrnchlt-g, Its effect Is magical and sertaln liar-
nsas, or natid. uaua, Kcraicnea. mange, ave ,11 will
also cure apeedlly. Fpavln and Ringbone may b
asllv pre, ented and cured In their incipient stag,
a ..a .f5aS-.aB -.maB m -.at. fx A-AfAK Sfa at tk tB.S m Bt I Kl 1 1 tV-a. n B? b
VU lUllllflllCKniP" " arwpBaaui.iBj uaaa,
radical cur. No case of the kind. nowarerJta so
deaperate or hopeless but It mayb alUvlatssl by
thla Untmant.andtts faithful application will al.
ways remove th Lameness, antf enable thehora
to tra . el with comparative aa. ji
DA. 8 W E ET H
I N V A Is I. l$l t5" ;.? ff M ,lf Jl T
c '
IB THB
t HOIiDIKU'S KIlIEMJj
And thousands bar found U truly
AFRIENtflNNKFDI
Abk for MDr. Sweet's Infallible Linlrarnt," and
takfliu other,, IV. not deceived by unprincipled
daalcra. who will trvto nalm olTsomotiier arlUls
dealers, who will try to
oa wl.ttb they an make a mile toore prom,
(Tht. tiftv cent bottle contain three tlmea as mucJi
as the twenty cent bottle, and Is much th chespeat
to buy, Try it
t "CauUo..
To aiMd lmpoattioo,obaeneth $lgnsture and
likeness of Ur M rphen Sweet on c ef y label, and
aB0 " Stephen Aweet's Infallible Liniment' blown
In the glaaa of each bottle without which none
aregenulnet '
a hltllARDSQN KCa. fi u
MORGAN ALLFN, Central Age&ta,
BA,t .f.W S!rerft,N.W)To.
tr Sold by all dealcra c crywhtr.
no 11 ly
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:7; . BdClaaanaitet ..... - -. ii.u
'AX & r. M.. srlaj Keaslnftn and lerser Ol ,
".".invcrr. r . '" sm
'ysfoAsitS&v.
ThtTliV V Si.' IAom lruns dalTv.RiinfUTi ekcenlu!!
y urWi puuiavi .WM muvf11!) 1 i
VAVrfaiL.V
tl M
Tor arlttoL Tnatoa, ka4taSl.t aad
JKiAjM,
in,iaa4 SM
and 0. can antf it p. ff,, from KeaaUgton,
er. Jem. uuu ruatna BSifaaaaTav wnmamrs. irti
TorBriatol and lntermedlstotUtloa,atIlH-A.
H j from Kenalngton. -..- - -
, JOT aTallRirrsB IMTtjntin, aUTlaUISAia aLSSJTTIlT, eWUr-
lliigtonfnoreac.lrdffitWn,lis.,it lH,ht
ItSaBStMSI TKATO
taedlsw Utlona. ht
jTHarf. Iax vtivini.
r 9m Vew Tfttmr. arid Wa Unea lesvlnv Ken-
aiogtAn DtMt. take b Cars on Fifth street, abort
Waln.it. half as. kanr bKoidet4rtnr (The Car ,
"IZZZIiZZ.wiZlZl THaUi. -U-.S..B - ..ai. mW-mj
liulinnf ijsi,'unw) mvjumi vi sntvsjn miai
to rromths Depots 1. wai" . A
Fifty pounds of llRifi only allowed esch tss
sslger. Paaaengen are prohibited from tsktng
auaytning as Baggage om ineirwianng apparei.
All Baggag over flny bounds, to bejjtaM for axtra.
Tb Ocesritktiny limit tnetrrtsponalbllity for Bacgaga
tn Una DMlar ttcfvOauad. Sad win not b llabla for
aayasaouDtbeycJad loo Ooiurs, except byapectsl
lbptS,id - UHH i . I VM t-v
W i a - 111 ll t aJaJ.aS.tr SlU
taJL.B .. ..,' ', n' r, ... y
aaBiiaav(pniaf tviUaViaspjiasBi mmn oaiuniDr
tl rAtilz X-f tt 'A- Dtat u
) -sbbb f .1ft
I .On and after MONDAY, NOVi is, WS1,
TAVMfUKU TJtALSS ZEXft'tttltAVEtrmA
i For Baltimore, at 3.10 a m , 8 16 a. in , ll.U a.m,
fFnMa.lBAalla.fiOtK m.t, J ii
f UrMllltTai O.IV bm Hk, llWel., far aAUU IVW
P'For Wilmington, at 1 Ma.n179.is a.m.11Ua.
m ,i.4aandi-oop.m. - I -
For New Castle, at 8.1B a tn.aad.U6pmti
For Dover, at ,iaam, and 3 p.m..
ForMUford, ats.i6ajms tv -
ForSallsburyrat8.iaaL,met.j - a r
JRAtSS FOMtHttUDKUl (
Leave Baltimore at S.30 a. m .(Express,) t.otjp.
tn , (Fxpreas,) 6 SO and 1 p. m , (Mpreaa )
Leave Wilmington at 7 30 ami II U a m ,4 IS,
8.45, and 150 p. ni. -J"
LeavoSallanury atsisp m. w
Lear MUford at sfiA p. m. r
leaveDoveratt a.m and 110 p m. cT
Leave New Cattle at 11 a m.anii8,l0p m.
Leav Chester at e.to a. m'lUS, 4 60. and so
p. m. 3 - U it
-.Leave Baltimore for Salisbury and Intermediate
slatlons at 6 20 and 7 p. to t for1 borer and Interme
diate statlona, at 1 00 p. nu, -.
J . jTRAlbH TOR BALTWOBR 1
U;veCbeaUritS46k.m.,1106sndll)p m.u
Lear U ltmlngton at Jo a mn 26 a. m is IS
p. m, and 19 a tn. i u l
FRFIQIIT TRAIN, with Passenger Car attached,
1 taartll in in Ba fill 11 Wa.? "
Lear Philadelphia, for Ferryvlll and Interme
diate places, st 6 top. m.
Leave Wilmington, for Perry vllle and Interned.
atpUee,at7A0p.m. , , , , ,
-Sheave) ifaiiimonia lor Havre uc ir .nil 10117
mediate stations, at 9 1 m.
.t tu-j! w-"l vnt.iiA nk, .
At S M a. m. and IOS0 D. m . from PhUadelnhla to
Baltimore. 4 ,
At 7 from auimor 10 rmiaaeipma.
The 8 90 a. m Train from Phllauelnhla to Balti
more will run dally, Mono atstxf rrrco.
T r at 1 , WM lllUnil
Sunf-U " Prealdsnt.
Alii - bIA a
I "TOR UOgTO!, VIA 'lVPORTAND
? FALLRIVFK.
adapted to th na.Iga1ln of Long Island Sounif.
viinnlnarlnaoBaeetlOsSsrlth tha Fall river and Old
Colony rAllronddisUno of Mmlirsonlyto Bo
Leay Flet Jto'K North' rlreVneer BAtUrjL
inr iiEBtncri iurtnte 'Air. vnui. oimywu.
Monilavl.-WedneBdaysaadiFrldayi, at 4 o'clock
I. H , loucning at nrwron cacn war. in ) t.
ine aisraiiicr sii(invrviti, Berv. tiaiwii. 011
Tuesdays, Thursdaysa and Saturdays, at 4 o'clock
F. M .tniiehlnaat NawDorteaeh wav. n .
Thee steamers aro ftttwl with Mmmedioas it-
roome, and very airsngcment for the security am
comfort of passengers, who ar aObrded by this
rnuie Hllll fv(lS VU WlalCU. aHUs Was ailllM eSk
Fall river, proceed per.steamboat train, reaching
Boaton early the following morning, or may remain
on board until starting of tb accommodation at a
A. MW by which they may reach Boston about 46
A bsggsg maater is attacned to each steamer,
Wno receives ana iicarn ina D.KiKr, ana accom
ninlMlhaumatA ItadSsitlnatlon. e si ril tl
A steamer ranif tn eonnoetlos with thUllie.be
tween Fall rlrer and Providence, dallr. except Sao
d-vs. - 1.-1 j u sn
Freight ta Boston Is forwarded through with
greaf dispatch by an Express Train, which, leave
rail river WTtj moniinii aunuaij iKtwiBTu, i (
o'clock, for Boston and (Nw Bedford," arriving at
Its destination at about II AIM. ' .
For freight or paasag. apply on hoard, or at th
oSlce, on Fler No , North rlt er. For staterooml
and berths, apply on board. or If desired to secure
them tn advance, to' 1
1 ' - WM.' BORDEN, Agent,'
- aue 17 tf "" 70 and 71 Weat street. tiYi I
0 . 1lr 1 - ! -s 1 1 1 e
KSTl'.dionTirvvKiiT, and south-
. ' lie.v.,
Wf
TO CIVILIANS, 6rrlCER9, BANDS-MEN,
SOLWK,AilU UTIIEHS.
TIIK BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAp
at running through pAuenger tralnafrom Hash
Ington to tne Ohio riven, without change of cars
aini.tf at-nia m.kndOD. u. aid ottirrs creater In
ducements to, lh travenpgpuMU.that any other
CltrApFR FARE, ,
LFSS CnANOFS OF CARV
CLOSJ R CONNECTIONS,
-- 1MI1 stliriTK'tl TtBT
Tli la Is tlie 'only route that checks baggagfrom
Waahlnrtoncltvto t be " West.' Tickets aood until
used) snd'paBsengers have the privilege of laying
nvr at nv tMstitt oiythe route ' -
PaaaenKera procuring tickets by thla route, a ave
ine nr lay anu cwnwiue uiuimuui irauurr,
aUsIKMllF.R.THt. ONL uyUCh to oroetur
ItCXeiS, IS t "' urjBiii. ui . es j, n n.
Uarxara
received at any hour during th d)'. nnd no charsf
tyr handling bsggagt
ugao-tf
ix
QAsVjeyTy, aKKriiswp cohfout.
""')'
ttin ou.iuni
VOrCKSTKK, PALMI.R, I FITCIIBURO,
NASHUA, LOWELL, LONCORDr TIIK
WHITE MOUNTAINS, AND IN
.ITB.BMII1IA1K IHllNTS
all ' a j THE new and 'staunch steamers of
.EaKaBBBaaC th. Norwl.hUne,'CITV OK Don
I'fiN anil ill'l'r OP NhWlORK, leave New Vork
dally, (Sundays excepted,) at 4 o'clock, p. m , from
Pier No. 30, North Hlver, foot of Vestry street.
, FOR NI- W LONDON,
Tnsre connectlnr'wlth'-thv 8teambo-,tuExnress
Train for the aboie pointer via Norwich and Wor
cester! Boston and iWoroester, Worcester and
Nashau, and New London and Northern Railroads.
Freight taken at the loirest ra.tee.l
or lnformallon, Inquire of
Ti .F.. S MARTIN,
myf If Agent, on the iter.
pVAHlrl WATBON'al
.1 J-IIILAUF.LrlllA.
' RALXMANDKR,
SIUV. ANtl
A BVRULAR PROOF
SAFES.
Jilore, It south Fourth street,
' - rhlladelphla.'Pa.' -
oraerrBvceivea ny
W. DSIIFPHERD.
Comer of Seventh and D ereeis,
Waahlngton, D C,
Jaiill-ly
'A OAltn The underalgned btge leeie to lu
7.ifoniihle Mends aad the nubile that ha, has
bought the Interest! of N-.t. Mines' Shaving r-nd
tlalrHtreaelBgestatillshment, No 411 Seventh atreet.
tar the corner of Ut (opposite the Patent Grsee,)
litre he will eoBllnuttoiearrroathe Shaving
and Halrutllng hualaess In the Iateat etyle. .
jThankful far past fatnts, tie wQuV)i)llltathare
of thetbllopatronagev t i rr
Particular attention paid toeuttlne; chlldrenie
hair WILLIAM L. IRELMAN.
de B-irn
"-.
.u
ai a r.rs-,TtavaawtaaBvuaiioj-r.Bna! . u
, , A.EBpteee -r. . .. b,sO
At i .c.la fmdeB,aaa'Jereey,Clty-i. u
S 'V t?ilfiSafi4 ir eity::
to
to
aiiMaM!-M!
.-DiIaTlMOltal UMKHOfanTAL.
.raUak.V.'AWrrW.kr.;,
nrtom'iJktawiBS'cin,r;cAiiBSOBTtii
I antJIBB a cum cab BSOBTflSSrx,
tTBltkssitlsteiiiSillliaBaeelCM.i i
tMB.'SBIsSfieaal esdy rieiusl .saraaeBliriaa eatn.n.
World lor H saHDiaa a tea aeKaruaaaa.aaHK I
torts, ArBjrtoasoftaa Klof-ss aad RSuMtrtiH.i -,
IIMJ aajOTMpOT aHB-1-a-ABr, UIIIIH inn, nm
C&roS-?rAwTvai'r?,C.
ran, .itHa-araae, tnaiawtai ds MBOS r illllisiaiBei
DSseaes)e7lM Read, Throat; Mate or.skta, AJrtt,
laSIIBBf Ilia f IIBBS BlaillSlll lit BBIBBlB. aisaTi.l a
ssMe-DlaoitjrtBasiatrwfroaa taaSolHary Haata-oXi-,u
lViila iihsse SBxsutT end eplttary praelteeB atom 1 i
xatAl Cat SBait llall Mini th.ta-aaflAff BnM.in ,,
thaMartaen of Uratea, bllithtlait their taoel tIK tdl
rusni napea ae aautipationa, reaoeriaaT asamaga, aiir
in,,lnaisatHMal aiiA .en r ,
1U 'Pit MUyVAVOUKOMSN wit
Capectallyi whohtre bteame tht rletlms of Boll-, i
tery Met, that dreadful and dettnietlre habit'
which, anaually sweeps to an untimely arare thou
eahds of louor Men of the taost exalted talente
aed UUllant lotalleot, who uitht otherwise hare
entranced Ustealnf Senates with the thunders or
eloquence, or waked to ecstasy the llrlng lyre, may
calf irKk full eonSdene. -arty
' l it XajuiIaqe.
a. If arrted Peraoas, or Voua, Men eonteraplerlaf
marrtatetttttnf aware of physical weaknase, or.
laott Btumr, oersiwiiiiee, sta tneeaiiy cured.
.He' who Maeee hlsssttf uader the can or ttij.
saay relutoaaly eonSds la his honor aa a natlataaaj
aadoonadsaUr rely uaw his skill aa a BhmelaB.
il .J. ORGANIC WKAKNKM .'
Tn.raedlalely' Cured and .full VUar Kestwed.
ertbla anil Muriate Impossible is the penalty . !
paid b-the' victims nt' Improper Indulrmoet." ,'
VourKpertonstrtto apt too commit sxtewe. from'". '
BetMUiKaarartoftBaareacirui eoosequenete tatt .,"..
may ensue. WdW.wtotliat understands the sab-, ."
JeeY trill pretead tb deer trial the Dower of rrderS i.
atloa la loet sooaer br tBOee rBlllaa lata) Mntnntrf -
ntnntrfS
Bablta tbaaibr tte maeerti laisa. ki.,'i.,n
prlved the pleaaurea ofbaaltbf ecnipetaf tB aae.i.li I j
eerloaaaMdeetruetlve BfWTrtoaietoBisBBbotly bb4 einr
mind arlaej t'Ttst srsteta Beeoasee ieisBBiil IBai. j
nivsleal aad Meata! rBaettoae WeakaBctuLeaB attii
rroeieatlva- resrer, Kerroos IrrtUbtutf , Onptpt J u
la, ralpltaUoaaC tea Heart, Jadlceetloa, CoaBU.ltl i
tufltiaalDebimy, aWaaUaoflla.-raraie, Coauhr. t i
CtjniusapUoa). - r J .
,-prriCE Ho. 1, SOUTH FREDKRICKsTllRrr,
left haed si Je, tolBn from Eattlrnore atreet, a leaf. '
doors Irom the corner. ' rail not to observe Baste I
and number, ;.-' - aiafl
Uttertnust be paid and ioBlaln sttiBBi'.TiU ,,Ji
Doctor's Diplomas Bant Ik ale ottlce, - r"Tainr
l" ' PU.40IWION,1, , l -""Jf
Member of the Ro yal Collect of faisanaa; 1b4obI I U i
fraduate from one of the most eminent CoUeet. la
Tha ualted State., aad ike greater part of .Im II
llfehaabeBepeatUUielari.rtalBerlLoadoB. 1b.u "i
rls, rhlladelpbla aad eseewaere, hat effected sosae ,,,
oflhaimoet astaalsklac curse that were evrmili
samiH.ai uvuMavwitanaarnciaiaieBeaaaBII'tr'
a-?,!
1 "Tke PnHlesUair Nsr4let' -'
. Dr. i. addresses all those who bars InlunA ikJm. -
seh ei by Improper Indulgence nnd solitary KatdU .
whlchTUlnWthbodnd mind, unllttlng (hm for "
either business, atudy. society or marriage.
Tnttc sr some of the aad and melancholy elects
producedbyearlybabltsofyouth. vlii Weakness
of the Back and Limbs, Palnsln the Head, Dlmneaa "
of Sight, Loss of Muacular Power, Palpitation of
inr nrnrH vTairpaistnriToua irritamiiiy,jsrang J
ment of the Ulgestlve Funetlons,Genral Debility,
Symptoms of Consumption. t
IMcntallt. Th fealfUl effects oa th mind
much lobedreaddLossof Memory, Confusion of
ideas, isjenressios. or aniniSr vil ' torebodlnga.
Aversion to society, self-DUtruat, Love or Solitude,
Timidity, fccaresom of th evils produced.
Thousands of persons of all age can nowjudg
what I th cause of their declining health, losing
their rtgnr. becoming weak,' pale, nervons amlc
emaciated, having a singular appear ano about th
eye s, cough and symptoms of consumption, ii
Who have injured themselves bv a oertiin nraariii '
S J..ta.A..( B .:i...l..A a. k.klffU....al-'l.a . . Al
USalUiJirau (M WliruiiHiuc it uaaUat MCllUCauj eB
from evil companion, or at school, th iUe4i
snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of Uf, . ,
by the Mnsequmce or deviating from the path or"
naiureanouiuuis;wsinacvriainsecreinaDii. sucn
iversons wear, before contemplating ' , T
.- rMARRIAt3r, un ' -tli
redeei that a sound mind and bod axa thai aaaai i
necessary requisite to promote connubial happUc
nesa ladeed. without these, th Journer throuak f ..
Ml bsKotae a iweanr pllgrlmagat .tlia.pivspot,
liouny darkens 10 in view t in mina neoocnes til
shsdowed with despair, and filled with tt tawUs
cbolyjTfleetioa that th happiness of anotksr be 5
somes blighted with our own. ji n
DISEASR OFIMFRUDKNCE.
When the misguided and Imprudent rotary tof
Rleasur flada he has Imbibed the seeds of this pain
il disease-, It too oitn happen that an lll-Usad
aenae of shame. ordrad of tllsoovarr Meters him -
from apnlylBg to tho who, from dueatia and
irom appiT"E who, inrat cuucanaa ana
respeetsollltifCan a Ion befriend 1 hlni M falls:
Into the. hand of ls?ntaraiit and dralan.l.ts.rvteiuft-'
laVniWIJ
lneans
era, who, tneapsMa Of euring. flkti his- pMunlary
ieq .
15 . -i
wnicn are dikbhj ich, cu wnrq Nep,anailaJtf. f
notcuredrendersmArrtsgelmpoaallle,andaatrofsj .1
both miMnhdhody, should apply Immediately. T.'l rt.
1 What ft pity that A young man, the her- bl hfa ' t
eountrv. fhn darllhr of his r a rents, ahoubf ha. . "
UlaillV bb.bbvi aiaati HI"1B UIWUIU MKI evtaawiaf, vr '
as long as th smallest feo can be obtained1 ana 10
deapalr leave him with ruined health to sigh over '
his galling disappoint meat or, by the use ofthafi'ji
desdly poison. Mercury, haaten th constltuttonal
symptoms of thla terrible dlaeaae, suck a Affectloo I"
of the Head, Throat. Nose, Skin, ct i progressing 1 tt
with frlghtfulrrapldiiy till dath puts a period tolt.U
hla dreadful sufferings by sending hln to that on nU
discovered country from whose bourn no traveler 1 w j
returns." ' Jt . ' - , -f rr
H, ENDORSEMENT, Or.THEPRllSS. ,,,
Th many thousand cured at taia UailtuUsivrf
within thelaat eighteen years, and th nuiMroosiaUi
lmisortant Surgical Operations performed, by it.,iv)
elohnston, witnessed by the-reporter of th tTSu6,.,J(.
and many other napers.'&otlos of whisk hav p 1
reared Again and agftln hefora th public bbkt j
Is standing as a gentlrman of character and re-x
snonalbUlty, Is a aufflplent guarantee toilh mtl
flitted. i' t " ft t j
SX1N.DL1EASES SPEEDILTCURED.11, i f 1
Persons writing should be particular in directing -..
their letters to his Institution. In th following
mannert 1 1 1
u JOHN M JOHNSTON, M D.,..U.t. - .
tlf t I Baltimore Lock Hospital, . -.
'dcdIS IJl it Baltimore, Maryland
I, '..III , 1, .Ms, , , - .f - - - -
pLAlMBAOAIMBT UNITED BTATKI.V
F1NUV BIOGEIt, (Ut ResUter of fjiV jltfJ
States Treasury,) and CHABLK8 E. SHERMAN; ,
Cqunaetlors at Law, will devote their entlr at ten 1
tlon to th prosecution, and settlement of tUmsnil
against th United states, growing out of th pre)
nt wan including th Account and Claim of 1
Statea, Contractors, and Disbursing Officer) appli-
eatloiufor th rea tor tlon of property UlegaUy,
seized or captured nnd for compensation for lh jj
use of private property for Government purposes.
nnd for damages for th Injury of such property by j,
!h army. Tor military pay, pensions, and bounty.
andsi and for dlatributfv snares of money pays t,
bl at th Treasury snd du to sub-contractors snd a
others. . .
They will also r( legal advice to claimants,, ,
contractors, audio unprofeaatooal agent In lltj-
Jated cases nnd prepare written argument wneit
estred. ... " ,"
tWllh non rraldent Agents who maraend them"
clalma. an equitable dlualon of tommluloni will''
be. mad. , , ' '
j UndlBputed TJemands will be collected and
rromptjy remitted fur a commlaalon of from a half
o two and. a. half per cent, depending on thw
gmountt snd nrgotutlons with, tn Pepsrtmnt
conducted on moderate term a, ,
jdBy prompt attention, moderate charrel.long ex
, perlei.ee, and a minute knowledge of the ex-laws,
regulations, rules, and precedentB governing that
daaa of builoeaa at lhe Departments, they hope to
render their servlui useful to claimants and public.
subatsnos, kep htm trifling month after month, or
, p realtors.
Reference may be made to member, of Congreal, .
and otllcers of th Go rnmcntt and eapcclally. by
nermlaalon.tothelloa.a.LlsHAWlllTTU:lcv,i
sirs
Comptroller of the Treasury. l
Address Messrs. OIGGFR a. SHERMAN,,,-,
" .w waBLiDKlon. t, IJU-,
oraee. No IIS F street, near Treasury and Wll-
lards' Hotel. Boy S-.au
L . . 1
-pnorosAi.s pom, hay. J, J'
sealed proposals are Invited until the 3Mh day of
Pccernber, tee,, for furnishing the Subsistence tak ,t
parlmrnt at Washington, U C.-wllh 400 ton. or1
tlAV.tnbalra ..,''' ' ., " ' .1'
1 ne nraK urill cry lw i-a (uidihchcew hu or awvu. -
the Mh day of January, teal, and the whole que f
Illy put Iu within thirty days from the Srst oa.it. -
"riie hay to be delivered at Sixth street wha.fi
and to be weighed ana lnspeeieo. .
Ulddrre Must state, In their bids, I h price pa
l.ouu poands Bt which they will furnish the Hay,
Firms making blda must state the names of a!
heir blds.lh price per
all
the parlies Interested. s; - . -"' . '
raiment to be insde la ewtlAcates of Indebted,
ness. or auch i fumla as lhe, Ceyernmcnl taay tiaye,
f0Bld.'n'b.dlSltl to Col. A. DECKWITH. A.'a
a and C. a. J- K. A, Waahlngton, D, C-, and en
dorsed "Propossla for lls." lie II
G.
V. GOliDALI,,
PLUMBEn.
P awn "
.CIAS AXD STEAM FITTE'r.
SO. Seventh Uriel, ruor Canal BrUge,
WASHINGTON ',
CT
All orders executed at the shortest notice, la tha
most substantial manner, and on reasonable terms, -
Persontl htlentloo lve lo ever departrnent ol
lh. buitneii - , B61S
edthatheeanilri
inai may cam - . '...t ... , ,
1 Teeth Inserted on Vulcanite, Rubber, cAjGo
Plate. Chloroform admlntateredwheineBtred,
aug l-tf
Dn. laOOKWOOD aatsUssaieBii Uu Bra..
tlcof Dtnlltlry,ln the Wuhlngton Building,
comer penntylraBUaienue and sevnth atreel,
HaMagpracUcnTtn the South nesrly.l.tesdyeer.
h. f..l. i.iur-J thst he can lire tatl. taction to my

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