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RATIONAL REPUBLICAN,
TVAItLIKB VttT.
Most of the secessionists say there Isn't any
U. S. Government. Those of them in Fort
Lafayette llilnk thoro Is.
Ttma Pr.ull0a.
A correspondent says that tbo editor or the
1'rouian "scouts truth and patriotism." Yes,
that edltorgoesiipotisuchsooutlng expeditions
frequently.
It termj absurd to swear a bitter secessionist
not to be guilty of disloyalty. You might as
well swear a mad dog not to bite.
lie who beads an army for the Invasion of
his own State, should be beheaded.
From Vanllj Fair.
Not Impossible. Another fort taken may be
the Macon of us.
Good for tho Western crops. Tho fall of
llnins in Missouri.
The real version of L. L. 0. Russell'ii letters.
l'ervcrston.
Hint for MugolHu. The best expounders of
peace doctrines for Kentucky Gen. Grant's
x pounders.
A prollSo matron. For the Union, Virginia
claims to bo the mother of Presidents. For
disunion, V. F. Is willing to admit that tho is
the mother ol precedents,
Mem. lor military men Why should the
waterlog places furnish the most men for the
army? Because every one goes' there to ro
crulu
English cotton paradox. As tho robelllon
in America baa stopped the cotton supply, how
are the riots In India to raise it?
Sew-sew. The Federal sklr-machlne excel
lent for preliminary basting.
Don't drop the II. The right to hang North
trners and burn negroes Is claimed by thereb
Is, and In consideration of this fact it seems to
us. thatn certain standard motto or watchword
which the assassinating crew have adopted
ougtii 10 uo varied so as to read:
Strike, for your Ilalters and your Fires.
A lilt or llomnnce A, Female Disguised
as a. Soldier,
Ah apparently youthful soldier stopped at
me susquenanna noiei on Saturday evening
last, to await the departure of tbo train for
Ilarrisbiirg. IIo was not there long, however,
before It was whispered among some of 'the
Knowing ones mat me soldier was a lem.Ue,
which fact was revealed by a fellow passenger
irom vt aeoington. rinding mat no was fits
pected, and fearing that he might bo subjecttt!
to great Inconvenience from it, be had just con
cluded to make known to the marshal of police
ih.it he was u Am"'', when a policeman np
iwnn il, ami taking him into custody, conducted
1 1 i in to I he Middle District station house, when'
the Ltare ot being a woman was prcllircd
ttjiuin&t hiin. . .
The Hibjeclof ibis Invesllzatlou.tt hose 111110
is concealed for urudciill.il rvaons, Is a rather
jiuod lookluu; young lady, about nineteen year
vt oC, near live feet in height, of good form,
with dark eyes, and auburn hair. When first
Fii'iiecUd .ml arrested the told several diner
cui stories, bat fluding It useless to concern
anything further, tbo following true statement
nflicr caso is given: In April last, her husband
nlitted us a private In a three months' I'enu
j It ania regiment, ol which the gives the nuin
ber, now attached to Geu. Banks's column,
without the knowledge or consent ot his wilt-;
tiiiding bis whereabout she nlo enlisted at
llsrtitlmrx and wai passed by the examining
turgeuu in that place. She was attached to
the same regiment in which ber husband was.
acd us the colonel of tbo regiment was aware
of her sex, she was engaged la the capacity of
messenger to that officer; she was in the battle
i.f Mana-sai, anil is considerably deafened In
lonxqu uce (if 11 cannon ball passing near bci
liead; after three months' service, she was
mustered out nnd rc-enlisted for three years,
v. itii her hutli.md.
Her Unst enlistment was ou the 3d of May,
1111I consequently she Las been In service five
ui jutbs, three weeks of which were spent In
( 'amp Ctirtln, near Ilarrisburg. Her sex wit'
known to the following persons in the regiment:
ilie colonel, lieutenant-colonel, surgeon, uud
.ui-iitant burgeon, and her husband. She says
lhat ber husband has treated ber father badly
11 ccutiy. and It was fur this reason that she de
teruiined to rcluru borne, which w her desti
nation when she was stopped berc. To seo her
hn hhe now I.f, enjoying the hospitality of Mr
Vorfhrll, onu would scarcely believe that bucIi
.i delicate creature could have withstood fcr
iu kinin l.nryth nf itmn tha fntiftiM of a nflirm 1
111,, u. bc h,ts Sho says that until Saturday
nlchl, Aie bad uot slept upon n bed for fiv
monlbs. To say the least, she has braved n
t;n.Ml deal ot hntdibips. Jiiiryfuiitl StvesSittl,
1th.
PROPOSALS FOR RATIONS FOR 1803.
QuaaTKiiuASTfiR'a Osr lea.
U S. Maaisa Cuais,
Washington, September i5. 1861
bia'i-d proiiodsls nill bo received at this office, un
111 the .tilth iliy of October next, at 12 o'clock, M.,
fur furnishlog rations to the U. S. Marines, at the
following stations, during tho year 1M2, viz:
Portsmouth, New UampshUe;
Charlettou,HarsachuKtts;
Brooklyn, Long Island, Now York,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
Washington, District of Columbia.
1-jach ration to connlst of tlirco quarters or a iiound
ui mesfi pork, or bacon, or one and a fourth pound
ul Irieli or salt beef, twenty-two ounces or bread,
msile of extra superfine flour, or in lieu tbtreoi
twenty two ounces or extra euperline flour; or one
pound oi hard bread, ut the option or the Got em
ineut, and at tho rate of eight quarts of bet white
beaos or iu lieu thereof ten pound or rice, ten
pounds of good coffee, or In lieu tbereol one and a
li:ilf pound! of tea; fifteen pounds of good Aew
Orleans sugar, four quarts of vinegar; one pound
of i t rni candles, or one-and-a-fuurth pounds ot ada
niantlnc candies, or one and a half pounds of good
hsrddiijicd tallow candles; four pounds or good
hard, bruwn soap, two quarts of salt; and one hun
dre-d and flfty-elx pounds of potatoes, (o each hun
dred rations.
The increased allow ance of fourounocsof flour or
bread, and the allowance or potatoes, as above pro
iWul, will cease, at the termination of the present
imurreoilon, and the ration be as provided by law
and regulations, on the liter July, linl
1 he bier shall bo delivered on the order of the
euiamaoding tiUcer or each station, cither In bulk
nr ly the tingle ration; and shall consist or the best
auau.ei-t choice pieces or the carcass; the pork to be
."-0 l prime mess pork, andthe groceries to be of the
Oit quality or kinds named.
t li ul)tct to toftpection.
All bid muat be accompanied by the fallowing
guarantee
rVrmo Guaranty
I he- undersigned, ,of , In the8tator
, nd , or , In the State of ,
hereby uuarautte that Incase the foregoing bid of
for rations, as above deeci ibed.be acoepled,
he or they will, wlihln teu days alter the receipt ol
the contraot at the l'ot OttUe named, execute the
coutrsct for the same, with good and eullident sure
ties, and, in case the i.ald hall fall to enter
into contract ss aforesaid, we guarantee to make
.ood the difference between the offer or the said
and that which may be accepted
A ft , Guarantor
Witness l u, Guarantor
K. F.
162.
t ln-rriivMrtifv that the above.nsmed
are
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',!' ,
, Imtal
known te me as men or property, aud able to
aotri ineir iruaraniee). ei
( Ti ' ijnr'l ty t lnilal SUUa Dutrtct Judf,
!nlr, Dutrvl Alhirwv. or (ilbctor 1
No proposal will Oi con.idered unless accompanied
ly the sbote guarantee
(Xewipaperi auihorlzeil to publiih the above will
end the papier contaUlDg the first insertion to thi
.,13c lor exsiulnallou )
Propcssl to be endord '- Proposals for Rations
(er Wti," aid addrrueJ to the uadeirigntd
W B BLACK,
ep 2riawlw aiajor and Quartermarter
"ill! Oil I Ou to the
euplc'a llutlllnK
KJ -..
re No m heventh atrett ofpo He Pwt (
iioo lie 101 in
dexaaloe Ilia' new tock of ruli t-lotliing
raua Hat, aud lpi,all for tale at the loweat
Nw Vork prices oct3 lm
1
HARDWARE.
W.'
D1CRRV,
TIN, COPPER, AND SHEET IRON
XXT O R S 3D R I
No. 487 SeveM strut, btlvsem D and S,
feb 50 em WASHINGTON, D. 0.
EWUKELEIL
. AOKXTPOn TUB SALB Ot
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
II AHTJ TP ARBI
No. 67 Lwttuma aeatue, cjjkhIU Dank 0 Wtuhlnjtm,
Iron, Norway Nail Kods, Burden's Tateat l
Horn Shoes, norse sho. Nails; Cast, Shear, ,.
nnd niMp KtM , Anvils. RellOWl- and r
Vices: Sheet Lead.W Lead and Lead fir; Leaded
Roofing Tin; Bright Tin of all kinds; Block Tin
Zluo, and Copper; Iron, Dram, and Copper Wire ;
Carriage Bows and Curtain Canvu, Hubs, Spoken,
Kims, and Axles; Locks. Ulngea, Sorews, Nails,
Brads, Sash Weights, Sub. Cord, Pulleys, riauti,
Saws, Chisels, Flits, Boring and Mortice Machines,
Grindstones, Axes, Shoreli. Spades, Bakes, Forks,
So., So. Depot for
All at the lowest crleu for Cash, or to punctual
customers on short credit. nov 28
GAS FITTING.
G.
W. OOODAX.L,
ipxi-cnvLOQinn,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER,
361 Seventh rU.near Canal Bridge, HWiinaton.
All orders executed at the shortest notice, In tJie
most suhktantial manner, and on retwmaUt lemt.
J'monal aKmrton given to every department of the
UUSUH.-SB. ""' "
-I AS FIXTURKS-'Ve hnveln iore, and
OT are dally rcceliing, OAS FIXTUItr.lj or en
Urely new Jiaxierna nuu ucniu hw uuphi b."''
In style to any thing heretofore offered In this market.
We Invite citizens generally to call and examine our
stock of Gas and Water Fixtures, feeling confldent
that we hao the best selected stock In Washington.
All work In the above line intrusted to our care
will be promptly attended to.
" ' MYERS fc McOnAN,
mar SO Cm No 376 D street.
IAS FIXTUUKSt
THE BEST ASSORTMENT
EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY
Tlmsc who desire to select from new pattern, with
the advantairo of a reduction in prices, will call early
and examine . ,
Wo would alfo call 111c attention 01 persons auoui
i..,nvi.,pl,iir irtri Intn thttr riwellliiffii to our Increased
facilltli! and consequent low price, for tills branch
of our trade. ....
Inviting all who detlrc tlicir worK-uoue prompuy
and fixe Irom gas leakages, to call at 9 renn-lva
nla avi'iiue, hetwven Tenth and Eleventh streets,
noullmlde J. W llI0MI'i0N&CO.
nov;e
-1 UN BOATS
KOIl TIIK WK8TEKN
itivuus.
Qt'aaTtaHA8TiaGhNkRAL'flOiricK,
ll'niliiiwi.m. June 17. 1SSI
TroponaU arc Invited for constructing Gunboats
uin the Western rivers.
SpeclUcatlons will be Immediately prepared, and
may bo examined at the Quartermaster Office at
Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, and at tills oillce. .
1'roiioMli Irom huat builders and engine builders
alone will be ccn-ldered.
Plans submitted by bidders will be taken Into con
(deration. M. C.MEIOS,
June 19 Quartermaster General Unlttd btattm
SEALED PROPOSALS, till the Hist ol
natohr. lstii. at 12 o'clock M.. are invited for
supplying the army Willi Beef Cattle on the lioof.l.i
be delivered at C!iemberiburir,Harrtburg,or Yoik,
in the Bute of Pennsylvania, as the Government
mipilNlfnflta
"7. . . o -" . . . , , - ti ,!..,.
litaaers are requcniu vo twuirii .u i.nwuuia
wun tue lorut oi Dia puuusueu hvichuu
Government reserves to Itself th right to pay In
Tr&tiirv note or other funds It has for dbbunc
ment. and to reject any bid, and for any ciukc. No
bid will be entertalued unless the bidder is present
tt ntannnrl in hta hid.
Ilia Government will receive 4,000 head under the
contract, and win reserve me ngni io require any
a.Mlllnnal niimlmr. tin tn 1S.O00 head
Deliveries to be made weekly, in fuch qaa.tltiuaii
may be required
itiu rattle muni average 1.SX) ncunds grosn
weight, and no animal will be received which
welglu less than 1,000 pounds grow
No conditional Ml Hill he received.
1'be bids to be directed to Captain A. Bickh mi
i H - it s. A . WaahUeton. b. U .and endorsed
" Proposals tor Beef Cattle."
lOBUOf HID.
I, A B, do hereby propoietodelUer totheGoveru
ment good Be. I Caitle on tho hoof lor per
Uverei at ChamBerbburir. iJarrlt.barir. or York, In
nunnreu (uuuus gruM wvj"- ' v..o . u,
XtloXil
vrtT.i-,npnt. The Cattle to be weighed on the ecales.
anil thi. wplffht ,a determlntd to be the purchase
weight I heitby agree to give ugoodand lufficUnt
bond for the fuitllnient ol the contract, and to re
celve Ticwury notes or other Goernment funds Is
payment lor me tjatiie ... , t
'Ihc ilrit delivery of the Cattle will be rcqulr.dto
be made about the luih of November, 1881.
eep 24 td
TIT OO D AND-COALt
On hand, a full supply of all kinds of AN I'll It A
CI1E COAL. ,
aw- Coal krpt in coal hou.-ei, well fcrctned before
delivery.
2,210 lbs. to the ton.
Wood, of all kinds, prepared,; or delivered cord
length.
TERMS CAAlll
T.J &W.M. OALT,
No 2S2 Pennsylvania avenue,
aug 17 tf twcen lllh end 12th streets.
DONNELLY'S UNION HOUSE
ARD
WINi; ROOMS,
No. 448 Thirteenth Street, near Penna. Avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Choice Sleeping Apartments, by the Day, Weik, or
Ualai Julyi-flm
TO INVENTORS AND PATENTEES.
MUNN & CO., proprietors of the Scientific
American, and agents lor proouring American and
Foreign
With Siztocn Years Experience in lAa Businea.
Iteferto Hon. Judge JUason.Hon Joseph Holt
Hon W. D, Bishop, ex-Commlsiouers ofl'atentj,
and to more than fifteen thousand Inventors who
have had business doae through Munn & Co. 'a Pat
ent Agency.
Pamphlet of advice sent free by mall.
Patent Laws and ltegulatlons, 100 page, ii ccnbi
No' charge for consultation , orally or by mall
Preliminary Examination in United Btates Pa'.cnt
Office, 5. ,. ,
Unices, No 87 rarxuow, ow aura, iiwumisiuii,
corner of Y and Seventh streots, opposite U10 Patent
Office. mar n "mil
M
K T A L U I O
A KM OH OIL
AGENCY,
PHILHARMONIC HALL,
Pennsylvania Avenue, near Eleventh Street.
lept21 tr
mo sutL
JL RU-. '
for sale at a
corner of Sec
O SUTLER AND OROOERV DEAL-
-i0 nrklns prime renusyivania iiuuer,
K.ro.in s.-,ii Pennsvlvsnla avenue,
Second treet. fold Sentinel offloe )
aept 25 tr
LHJK hulk CHEAP. A Farm or 212 rfra
A. Acr.i, convenient to the Agricultural Col T-
lege atatlon elaht Uillei from Waaklnnton. adauied
10 wheat and tobacco , large portion st In clover ;
u...v.u. urewiuw, iurouu wnicn are ruuuin-j
stnau-s of wster Iuuej contains 11 rooms, two
large tobacco b-uani all in il0u i-enalr, and under
good renew springs ed ixerl.ent .ur near dwtl
ling 1 lace very htaliliy iht.uate I ( 1 Uirt(jnil
wrJufuf'l ma'j bi tut llirrr-M Price a', COO United
niaie-s eiqi imilcu 111 payment Ailtiress
SAMULL 11 SrAFl-OHU,
IlyHUvlllo p u ,
Oct 1 Jw near Bladensburg
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CARRIAGES, HARNESS.
piUCMlUM TRUNK, SADDLE!,
HARNESS MANUFACTORY!
49 Stvmlh sired, opposite Odd RUom' ttaU.
WASUINOTON, D. C.
Silver Medal awarded by Maryland Institute of Bal
timore. November 7, 1860.
Also, Medal by Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute,
Washington, D. 0,,1W,
I am constantly making, and have on hand, of the
best material, every description of
Fine Sole Leather, Iron Frame. SsbSTSvsk
Ladles' Dress. Wood Box, FVXM
And l'acklng Tmnki,
Carpet and Canvas 'WktmLiM
Tmelllnjf Ba,
I
bcaooi Daicneu,
Saddle. IltrntM.
Whlra.&o.l&o
Snnerlor Leather 'and DrcM Trunkst also. Cedar
Al.ljUn 1ML1I.I-..',-
Trunks, (fbr kecplag 'Moth out of Furs and line
Woolen floods tnada Ia order.
Repairing, and Trunks oovend, neatly and with
prurapiQeea.
Goods' delivered In any part of the city, George
town, and Alexandria, free of charge.
marS-y JAMES 8. TOniAM.
H.
JOHNSTON.
MANUFACTURER OF
SADDLES, DABXKSS, AND THCNKS,
Keeps constantly on hand
SADDLES, HARNF.SS. COLLARS, TRUNKS,
UAIll'ttl JIAUO.
And all other articles la his line.
Ilv, Hirlntlnn of harneiu mannfaa.
turcd to order, and sold at wholesale or retail, cheap
for cash, or on an approved credit Old baddies,
Harness, or Trunks, repaired or taken in exchange
for new. . .
No 373 Penna. ave., bet. AH and eth sta .
Opposite National Hotel,
may 17 Sm Washington, D. O.
CLOTHING, &c-
ODKON HALM ODKON HALL!! The
Cheapest and Bret Spring and Summer Clothing
In Washington can be had at
WIE8EJrFEI.n CO.'S,
Cor, FoHMind-a-Imlf Strret und Penna. A,cnur.
Spring Otercoats and Dusters,
AT WIESENFKI.D k CO.'S.
Elegant Dress Suits, at lowest rates,
AT WIESENFELD& CO.'S
Beautiful Business Suits, at trilling cort,
Af WIESENFF.LD i CO.'S
Business Suits for young men,
BusinessSults for middle ages,
Business Suits for all age.,
AT WIESENFELD & CO.'S
Dress Suits for cddlngs.
DnM Suits for parties,
Dross Suits for best wear,
AT WIESENFKLD fe CO.'S
Coats by the thousand,
Pants by the thousand,
Vests by the thousand,
AT WIESLNVELD i CO.'S
Boy's Clothing for the youngest.
Boy's Clothing lor all sires,
Boy's Clothing lor larger boys,
AT WU.rJEKFl.liD h CO 'S
Cheainr than Ihc cheapest,
h bier than the finest,
Better than the beit,
Are the garments.
AT WIESENVEI.D & CO.'S
bavc your money, as
a very fow dollars
Will giv e you a splendid outfit for nummcr,
1 f vim call at
WIF.SENFE1.1) k CO 'S,
marO TTJ-d Cor. Pcnn. av. and 4x st.
SCMJIKU CLOTHIa.
AT llEDUCF.D TRICl'-Sl
We offer our large assortment tr IMn hum
mer Clothing at reduced prices. Our stock
embraces all Myle ard quilltles of Gentle
men's, Youths', and Bos v'earbg Apparel,,
of the mofct desirable ami r.ih!?nabla rtl 1C-.
Abo,bhirtsandFunil.iliig(loodslngiCitati:iy
Clothing made ro order at the shortest notice.
WALL, SIKPIIEKS & CO ,
822 Pennsylvania avenue,
July 10 between N.nth and Tenth su.
GENTLEMEN'S HEADY-MADE
OZiOVHINO!
Our present assortment or GcLtlemen's Ueadr.
made Clothing offers to citizens and strangers wish
ing an immediate outfit, superior imlucemints. em.
bracing, at this time, all styles and qualities ol l.-(u
and Business Garments and Overcoats, In all varie
ties Fine Shirts ai.d L'nCer clothing oi all klmls.
Kid and other Gloves or bort quality. Scir!, tie ,
Cravats, Stocks, Hosiery, Ac , .to All of wlilcu k
are offering at our usual low prices.
tar Clothing made to order in the most superior
manner. WALL.STEFHENS&CO.,
mar27r-tf E2i Pennsylvania avenue
TX7ALL, STEPHENS st CO.
MEN AND BOY'S 6L0THING
MADE TO OIWKIt, rllur.ESALK rf RETAIL,
No, 122 Penna.au., bet. 9th and 10th streets,
may WASHINGTON, D. C.
CASH NO 1 ICE. In iouscquence of our
having to pay cash lor every article of gooils we
purchatic, we are forced to reduce our buslucs to
cash exclusively, for tho present We have In store
a s. 1 1 y lit ge assort meut of
READY-MADE CLOTHING!
for men and boys' wear, wklch are soiling at a much
lower rato than usual
WALL. S fEPHEXS J: CO..
June 8 oil Penna. ave., bet. lull and 10th ets.
WE OFfc'Ell iO Mll.ITAl'.Y MEN A
large n-isortmentof Glt.W ami BLUE FLAN
NEL OVKIUSlUIllS, WUITi: iilUU'lS.DHAW
EKS, CAMP BLANKETS, 1IALF-IIOSE, io.,4.C,
which we Invite all cash purchasers to examine bel'ort
making their -.elections.
WALL, STEPHENS CO.,
No. bra Pennsylvania avenue,
may23 between utli and loth streets
WALL, STEPHENS fc CO.,
383 PlSXSItVAKIA AviJCII.
MILITARY AND NAVAL
MERCHANT TAILOI1S.
AND BEADY-MADB CLOnilF.nS,
AND EXTENSIVE DEALF.US IN GENTLE
MEN'S FUUN1SU1NG OuODi.
-tf r
TREASURY NOTES
OF ALL DF.NOMINA1IONS
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
We will deposit In tlio United StMes Treasurj
here,orlnNew York, without charge. all sums not
less than fllty dollars, for parlies wishing to invest
in Three Year Treasury Notes, bearing 8-10 inter
est.
SWF.FNY, BITTENUOUSE, FANT CO
sep U-tf. Bankers, No 852 P on. avenue
EDWARD I.YCETT,
BOOKBIlVTJHn!
aVo. 271 J'cn.nsyfoanta ace., Wa'Jixngton, I). C,
Hooks bound in every style, Turkey, Morocco, Bus
tia.ttd Calf. June 7 3m
TNOOT COPPER.
Nay DspaaiuKKT.
DiirmuifOmJiruclwn,itc.,0il. 21, 1861.
PIIOPOSALS will be received at this Bureau un
til ths llth of October. lor the delivery of 400.000
pounds oftliebett quality American Ingot Copper,
at the Washington Navy Yard, subject to the necrs
sary test and inspection or the projier officers ol Hie
yard. Delivcilts to be made at the rato or 100.000
pounds every teu days from the date of the aotllloa
tlon or the acceptance or the proposal, or earlier, at
the option or tlni contractor f hu bia must be uc
compuuied by tho usual guarantee that, if awarded,
the contract will ba executed. et 8 eodiod
FRAN KI.IN,
SCIENTIFIC AND PKACT10AL OPTICIAN-,
211 PBHH'a. AV., KOBTII SIOK, DETWRIV TWBLFTn AVD
TiiiaTasaiu sruBKTs
Improved Spcotscles.wllh genuine Pcblle or Per
Iscoplo Lenses, suited oorreuly for every eyesight.
NEHIIOPfl
FIRST
CLASS
UlLtTART FIELD OLASSLS,
Microscopes, Cumpanses, eLd Mathematical lLatru
uieuts at the lowist Knsti-rn prices,
sep 24
Tllp: PEIH'lit's Ct.O'J'IIINC hlllllli,
No. loo Ssventh street, opposite l'ojt Ollict
ootB lm
M. I.
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DENTISTRY.
TKRTIII TKICTIIII
M. LOOMI8. M. D..
The Inventor and patentee of the Mineral Date
Teeth, attends personally al bis 0OI09 In this city.
Many persons can wear these teeth who cannot
wear others, and no potion can wear others who can
not wear these.
Persons calling at my ofAco can he accommodated
with any style and prfoe of Teeth they may desire ;
bat to those who are particular, and wuh the purest,
cleanest, strongest, and most perfect denture lhat art
can produce, the Mineral Plato will he more fully
warranted.
Rooms In this city No. 838 Pennsylvania avenue,
between Ninth and Tenth streets. Also, 907 Arch
street, PhlladelplUa. maris ly
DU. LOCKWOOD continues the prac
tice or Dentistry, in the Washington Building,
corner Pennsylvania avenue and Seventh street.
Having pracifced in the South nearly sixteen years,
he reels assured that he can give satisfaction to any
that may call.
Teeth Insetted on Votcmii, Rciaaa, or Gold
Platc, Chloroform administered when desired,
augl-tf
PAPER HANGING.
HOUSE DECORATOllS 1
AND UPHOLSTERERS.
W would respectfully nouryall in want
or an Upholsterer or Paper Hanger that we
are prepared to execute alt work Intrusted
to us In the most superior manner and on the
shortest possible notice. All work done by
us Is under our own Immediate supervision,
and satisfaction is guarantied in every case,
JOHEP1I T. K. PLANT CO ,
No. 360 D street, bet. Ninth and Tenth.
Reter to Messrs. Louis F, Perry 1: Co.,
Dealers In Carpets, Oil-cloths, fcc, corner of
Ninth street and Pennsylvania avenue.
feb
rNTKIUOR ADORNMENTS I
PAPER HANGINGS,
VFALL ORADEH ASD MICFSI
Warranted Gold Band Window Shades, Huff,
Green, and Blue Holland Shades, all sizes; made to
order.
Also, a handsome assortment ol Picture Cord and
TashcLs, all sizes and colors.
Purchasing for cash, and allowing no old stock to
acoumulate.pcreonsncidlng the above goods will find
It to their advantage to give me a call.
All work executed and superintended by practical
men, who have served a regular apprenticeship at
their trade. .
Satisfaction guarantied, or no pay required.
Please give me a call. Remember the number
JOHN MAKKKIl'KIt,
No. 44Q Seventh street,
novlo Eight doors above Odd Fellows' Hall.
"' MISCELLANEOUS.
CKNTRAL LIVKIIV, ,
SALE AND HIRING jEsT
8 T A B Ij E S ! aZi-
A'u iUanliTo (titulc) k'y'illittred, MuxrnDand K,
WASHINGTON, V. C.
First class Horses and Vehicles, (single or double,)
ann aue-nuvu iieeue'r. amsit uit imuti
T W. WILLIAMS,
apr'l e'm Proprietor.
1)UOOM.EirJOV SLiVVEiVli
IN THE UNITrD STATES.
hV Ol'.OUGE Jt WKSION.
Copies of thU work are for sale at the publication
office of the iYj.'n4l A'TuWuan, corner or tccnth
and I) streets.
Bound edliion, 1 vr copy. Pamphlet edition, '21
cents per copy. apr 0 ti
pLHArU'UE UARDENI
EZIJTST Toemwi.ieh
lakes! his mcthoa of annouueing to his lrlvuUaiul
tho puhlio generally that he has opened his garden
on the comer ui New York avenuuand first street,
lor the reception or islters, for thu season. Muicou
Monday aa-a 1 nursday e t n!ngs; and sacred concert
on hunuay weuings. He has atwa)s a large supp!)
ol retrctintacbui, wines, liquors, &o. Also, the teiy
best laxer over irsim his own brewery. He also fur
nUhes later Deer to persons throughout the city. A
howling aiicy ana gymnasium have been fitted uptbr
the accoauauuatiuu of visitors. may 24
rjSOWL'-'S PILE AKO HUMOR CURE.
ASUltE CUKE for Bleeding, Blind, and luhlsg
PILES, Scrofula, Salt Itheum, and Dhesses ot the
bkla Cne bottle warranted to cure In all ca&es , ii
not, dealers are rsirdrularly rtqutsud to refund the
money. Only Hie bottles m a thousand reiurned,
and these wre cases of FUtula. Hundreds e.1 let
ters and certilicates are nowiu thenrouiietor'soos
cession, wlilelicau be seen upon application. Send
lor circular.
Prepared by 1IKN11V II. FOWLE, ChemU 71
Prlnre street Boston, and fur sale by JOHN WI
LEY, corner Tlilra street nnd Peiinylvat.laaenuc,
Wajtilncton Hoase.eote sirent for Washlncton Cltv
andvlciidty. CerlillcatJa with each bottle, " 1'itcc
Out Vollar." sept 26 2m
DEPARTMENT OP' IlkTROPOLITAN
POLICE.
Tbo Board or Police Commissioners having taken
'Jie hou-e No. M4 Eleventh street, all business con
nected with tho Police or the c ty will bo trauacted
at tbat place.
A general complaint book will be opened, and cltl
zens arc reque-sted to call und enter My coinplaluts
Ui.y may have to make ol any matter relating to
the police or health of thexliy.
T. B WEBB,
Superintendent
Star and Intelligencer lca-e copy, and Kud bills
to office J ce-p 20
GREAT EiPECTATIOSIS,
GltEAT EXPPXTATIONS.
GREAT EXPECTATIONS!
DUODECIMO ILLUSTRATED EDITION.
CHABLES DICKENS'S NEW BOOK,
AUTIIOB'S COPYltlGHlED EDITION.
DICKENS'S MAbTEU PIECE,
GltEAT EXPECTATIONS,
OUEAT EXPECTATIONS,
GltEAT EXPECTATIONS.
GltEAT EXPECTATIONS,
DUODECIMO ILLUSTRATED ZDKTIOX.
Price M cents In nsoer oover. or two editions with
thirty-four Illustrations by McLenan.tn cloth, either
In duodecimo or octavo form, for tl 60, Is published
and for sale this day by
PET1
EP.30N fc BBOTnERS.
No. 8;o Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
GREAT EXPECTATIONS,
C1IA.HLES DICKENS'S DUST WOBK.
TtUq 50 cents In paper cuvcr, eir twolllustrstea
editions iu cloth, with thirty-four Illustrations, either
in duodecimo or octao lorm, for 91.60, is published
and for sale this day by
T. B. TETEBSON & BROTHERS,
No. 803 Cuestuut street,
aug 16 tf Philadelphia
IiriLLIAM GERECICR,
VV luroiiTBa or
WINE3 AND LIQUORS,
Swiss & Jaaimburgcr Cheese,
Holland lleriins,
tardelles. Sardines, ic.
Fnuch Ktseiicc &-. Cot ciiale.
381 1'liiNNSVLVAKlA. AVKNUE, 5
'a$hirtfon. D. C.
Ttiauking my frleods fbr pait favor, I earn't-Uy
hope lor a conUnutou of ttm tame. aep 11.1m.
NDTICK TO IIKKItRW,-A Cftmnulirn
liK CAUKlAQi:, built 0 the Am maker la
Ktw orlk, llflCtlr Be, dct r havmz been once
uneJ.li Icr wlc It Lallt exirel to oner,
on the rru.dan jrinoltlc, and coutaloean ixoetl
lent ted for slceilng , can ho Died as an ambu'aiice or
n ft traveling wajou, 1, pcrfietly water proof,
llxht, strong aod hanlhomc. It can bo resn by ap
i'iyirir to Jamei Browu, head flroom, Jtr. Irvine'
atablea, in CiTsoran't Lane, behind the ( haln
llouao There id &Jio for ule.at tho name place .a
quirt, fa-1, ucful had.1V IIOUSK ; T
OKALi;U l'lllll'Uj.VL rlil b.
revclvtil
IJ l
until lh loth iu taut. for the InunedUtt dellvei r,
at thla DIHC4. nl ttrplvf, tlnmaand rxjundd Of Itcd Aail
Uoul and oue oord of Oak Ytood. I'roiioMt'a ehould
bo adJreeced to the iub.riber, and tndortid on the
envelope, "I'r.tjosali for Kuel." ,,,..,,
1 MOKItlB H. MILLl'.lt,
alujur (luarteruisater,
12 1' atreel, bctweau Lightee ill
und Nlniteeulh htuita
,, ( , matiar tOjjct
W'u.hlujfto i Cit, U C , October let, 101
uot 3 M
486-'S1p486-
GOVERNMENT ABVTS.
pPOPOSALS FPU BTATlOHBRY.
Uocsa or Itaraisaimrtvis Uairio Sraits,
. . Ctrt'lia(j.Bept.S0.J8Cl.
In punuanco of the seventeenth section of the
Set ot Congress of August 21, ls, entitled "An act
legalising and making appropriations for such
necessary objecti as have been usually Included in
tho general appropriation bills without authority of
law, and to Ax and provide for certain Incidental
expenses of tho Departments and otfoes of Govern
ment, and for other purposes." sealed proposals will
be received at this oulco until Friday, the ISth day
of October next, at twelve o'clock M., for furnish
ing ths lollowlog articles of stationery for the sh
tf the House of Representatives or ths United
States, vis :
Class No. 1.
75 icarna wlilto cap ptiver, extra superfine,
feint lined.
10 rcanu blue cap paper, extra euper fine, feint
lined.
60 reams whit cap paper, extra lurerflne,
plain.
25 reams white flat cap, extra superfine.
160 reams white quarto post, extra superfine.
feint lined, gilt.
5 reams bine quarto post, extra superfine,
feint linod, gilt.
63 reams whlto quarto post, extra superfine,
plain gilt
10 re inn bloc quarto post, extra euperline,
26 reams while quarto post, large slw, extra
thin, f Int lined
10 reaxs white quarto poet, large site, extra
thin, plain
60 reams white laid Ilalh poet, extra superfine.
feint lined, gilt.
10 reams while laid Hath port, extra superfine,
plain, gilt.
150 reams white note, extra superfine, large
size, feint lined, gilt.
60 reared buff note, extra superfine, large size,
feint Hied. gilt.
26 reams damask note, extra superfine, large
size, feint lined, gilt.
26 reams white not, extra superfine, large
,ize, plain, gilt.
.5 reams white note, extra superfine, small
size, feint liued, gilt
26 reams white note, extra superfine, email
rlzo, plain, gilt
25 reams white note, extra thin, No. 6, feint
lited.gllt.
10 reams white note, extra thin, No. 0, plain,
rjllt.
6 reami white note, extra thin, No. 8, plain,
gnu .
10 ream' white note, extra thin, No 8, feint
lined gilt.
60 reams Jeaiprirot extra rupcrflne white
wove post, flint lined, (wide ruled.)
Cl.v.vi Nu. 2. Eiivtlopca.
60,000 wVite thick adhtslve cavclopta,0,'V by 8i
luchen
63.CC0 white thl:k adhesive envelopes, &;; by S,H
tnehes.
40,0O) burT thick adhesive envelopes, GJtJ by 3
inches
40,000 white thick adhesive envelopes, 6); by 3
inches.
10,000 wMte thick adhesive envelopes, 6K by 2H
luches.
t25,000 white thick adhesive t n elopes, 5 f by CV
Inches.
1,000,000 buff thick emelopcs, Wi by ?;; inches.
K0t000 buff thljk adhesive envelopes, 7?,' by 2
luches.
Cla3 No. 3.
200 grorft let metallic l'?n, In boxes.
5grOM ferry's double ratmt, large, blue
borrfl pens line pchitj, in dozen Loxcrj.
25dozva bluck f.an nulll ev
V-Ufcu npt-nULlJers.3ttotUdstlcs
Ito-a cut aud priced glif3 inkstands, as
eurtcdtles and giyks.
Ciaha No. i. - Miscellaneous.
t doen ptarlhanile pocket tnltes, four
bla-Kf.
G dozen shell handle p ckct knives, four
blades
10 dozen tnurl and shell-handle pocket knives,
Q bfa'ts.
1 dozen olTlte shears, IT inches
1 dozen oillce shesra, U inches.
4 dozen oWce sheattt, 0 Inches.
1 dozen t cimcw, 4 huhc.
V) rtozi-u co'or pencils, 'orge aud imall.
63 pound ceiling wax, ten qua i-y.
2J0spoolsr.d tape.
6duztn let'ir o ipj, gilt and brOLze.
2 dozen letter dies
15 p..undili.iia rubber, racdlun sized piece.
4 dozen bot'lf s poui.ee.
C dozen ihorr rubver ptnctU. '
4 dozen portftni -, dill-rent H) Us.
ClaAbd No. 5.
Vo0 rcamn browu MaLilla enveloping paper,
wry touh, Ith smcoth surface, n by
li? Indus, to wtfgli not Una than 42
pounds per ream.
C00 reams brown Manilla c eve loping paper,
ery tjugh.Hith smooth urfaco,2u by
25 inchtM, to wiigh nut Ut6 than 2d
pounds per ream.
SoO icanu same as above, 10 by 24 laches, to
uilgh Lot less than 'ii p'mnds per ream.
Proposa s for the above miut state the nrice uer
ream lor pufer, and pr coper thousand tor eurcio.tB,
ana ov accoini auica oy me names oi mc mreuci m
tended to be cd. red.
11 v tha act anmoved June 17.lP4t.th-f Clerk nl
tho ilourc ol It-p f8fotttivt U' dirt c ted tocoktinb
liii turcha.es exclilttly tu a. tic.es Ih growth aud
manufacture ol the United btates, provided thepanie
can be nrucured of tucli growth and manufacture, ol
i-uitatle quulty,and ut reasonable prictB.upon ntt
talntd ot foreign growth and manuUcturc." A
Dreference 111. thtieiore. bo civen to the nrotluc
Fiona of AmariCiU iuduetrv. aitd all ivnous lnaWinu
proposals to supply auy urtlcle wih t.Ule whether
we same u inc gruwui ulu tuauuuciuru ui iac unr
ted Hiatca.
The articles are to be delivered, freo of auy charge
for oanlsire. at ihe ofllce ol the Clerk of the Uoiim-
ot Uepredenuth es, on i r hi fin c the t ft tutlcth day of
r,ovtmoer ivtxt
Kach bidder. though hemaydeMrc toproiocefor
the who'c or tho articles above euumerated, nlll be
required tb malve & teperale an-i du'incl yrfjKial for
cacatiau; auu uu pruuu ui ur iiir emurutii.g mon
than a sin (tie c afs will be considered. Lach urupu
nal to bo endorsed, M Frot-ocals for Clans No .of
(stationery for Hou?e ol lit preventatives of the
Uidled States." aud addrtted to thu underblgntd.
1 hey u ill be tree of postage
ISullicicat e ue c) mens of each clans mu-'t accominnv
the proposals, marked with the name of Ihe biddtr
a d the r umber of the class, aocordlog to the above
advertisement.
Ihe person offering to furnhh any desciiptionof
articles at the loweat price, quality con.dcrd, shall
reo lve a contract for the tame on executing a bond
with two or mere suretici oat Is factory to die Cltrk
of the Ilojieot Representatives, lor the performance
of tin f tune, uader a forfeiture of twice tho coutiaet
Srlce iu thu ese of failure; which bond muat be
led in the oillce of th8f&id clerk within ten dijs
alter tho proposals h.ve tctn tpcLed end the rei-un
tie. a red.
EilEliaON ET1IE IUGE,
sept 25 w4w Clerk 11. It U. S.
IMPOKTANTTO IVVKNTOllS RUBEIIT
W. FENW1CK, late Manager of the Washing
ton llranolt Offlco of the Scicntlno American l'nlcnt
Agenoy of Steam. Munn U Co , and lot more than
ten year, ofllclalty connected nllh eald llrra, end
with an cx erience of fourteen yeaia in every branch
relating to the l'ateut Office, and the Interest of In
ventors,)
COUNSELLOIt ANIJ PATENT AUKNT,
Office In Waihlugton, O. O., northeaut corner ot
Seventh and F Bireetf,Becoud story, directly oppo
alto the Taunt Offlco.
From Hon. Chnrlea Matou, late ConiKiIs-
lutr of l'ntenl..
Vf AaniKOTOK, D. G.,Oct. 4. I860.
Ltaruini; that It. W Kenwick, Etq , la aqout to
open nn chice In Ihlt city, as a Solicitor of Patents,
I cheerfully state that I have long known hliu as a
gentleman ol large experience In such matters, ol
prompt and accurate businett habits, and of un
doubled Integrity. As such, I commend him to the
luYootore of tho United States.
may 8,1 CHAltLIiH MASON
SPKOIAL NOTIOli
HELMBOLUH HUrilU KOItTIIEHLADDKU
1IKL51 HOLD'S 11U011U for the Kidneys
HELMBOLU'd HlIOllU for the Uravel.
HELMHOI.D'K I1UOIIU for Dropsy.
IIF.I.SIHOI.D'K I1U01IU for nervoumeas.
IIELMIIOLO'S llUOHU for Lofs ol Memory.
IIKLHIIDLU'S IIUCIIU for Loss of bight
Ill'.I.MUOI.D'SmlOliU fur DimnfM.f Vl.lon.
HKLtinuLU'U nUCHU lor Dllllcult Ureathlng.
HELM HOLD'S IIUCIIU lor Weak Nerves.
II hi. SI 1IOI. O'H nUCHU for Obstructions.
UKLMIIOLD'S HUCUU for Excises arhlng from
Ind soretion and al Diseases ol Ihe
Sr.XUAL OHGANS,
Exl.tlng In elihcrsrx.frora whatever cause orig
li,aled, and no milter of HOW LONI! STANDING.
UELUIIOLD'B EX1KALT IIUCIIU Is pleasant
In lis taeUi and odor, and ln,m:dlate Iu lu action
1'rlco ft per bottle, or sta, for J5. Delh ercd to auy
addro, accompanied by reliable certificates
Depot, 1M boulli Tenth Street, rbilaiUlilala
sept lm
DU. A. '.AI'I'UNK, laiatruetor anU Lie
tutir In" l'hyrlology, OhenUitry, llolany, nnd
other bracclies ut Science counicteil wlllt Miilicm1
Alio liuilierol I'micli,l.anhli, Italian, tJtrinun,
l'ortuguts , 1 ulin. (Jretk, und uthtr l.utiKHsei.
011li.e, No ol K street, beiug near l'tuitsylvanta
avenu. and Tweaty-nith etreot, aept 6 tf
0 'VaVaVaiiiiiiBftlJafu
fob tub conn or
DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION.
Wettknou or D.hiUty, Ilatolency and Uausoi,
Lot, Of Appetlto, lterronineii, Liver Com-
plaint,, Blllona Fcven, and allDlscaane
of the 6tomach, Llvor, and Bowels.
S A PREVENTIVE TOR FEVER AND A0XSI,
THESE BITTCRS AHE HOT tQUAUED,
w. I. A A. W. GRBW57, rrorrfstore, Bctorv
THE OBJECT of all medicine Is either to pre
vent disease, or to assist Naturo In restoring
the various organs f the body to a healthful
action, and that medicine H certainly tho best
which will norform thoso offices thoroughly,
yet mildly, and without endangering the vital
forces of the system, by whoso normtl condi
tion alono health nnd Mreugth can be preserved.
tlost of tho nittors that have heretofore boen
brought Into popular favor, have only sorved
tho purpose of temporarily stimulating or ox
cltlnc the dfgans into a condition resembling
healthful action, without any remedial clTeol,
and genorally followed by a return of tho dis
ease, or a prostration of a nervous energy mnro
disastrous than though Naturo had been loftlo
take Its own course.
Dr. Orooley's Bitters are a preparation of the
nutritive properties of the grain of the fields In
combination with tho active principle of many
simple alteratives and bitter tonics, and It Is a
pleasure to the proprietors tuatato thatlts use
fnlposit Is being generally acknowledged bythe
I irgcly-lncre iMng consumption In thoso Fee
tlciiH where It U best known, and by tho testi
mony of many eminent physicians, who navo
uot only mado trial of It, but continual- pre
scribe the Bitters In those c.isea for which It is
recommended.
AOEI) 1'hOl'IaK, AND ALL V7KAKLY
1'KRSON'o,
Ctr.sumpllvo patients, and nl'iors, wbtwe ocn.
stltutlons have become imputed by time, t ph
fcoM?d by dlsc.iso, and In v.'l ni tlio process of
illfistiiiu (luniiio! raplice the f.it ai.dtloMicsnf
the hi dy as fist ia they w.wto, will ilnd thf no
nitlcrs at onoo nourlifhlng and strengthening,
and happily adapted for their use. Tln .riMt
advautago the Bitter peaces over ord n-iry
btlmulauts usually proecnbel Jn troatli , lung
complaints and kindred dise.i03, is the faul that
thoy comblno many safe ar.rl certain healing
properties In connection with the boat i uown
stimulant.
DELICATE LADIES
Will derive great boneQt from tt. No unpleas
ant effect will ev:r rosult from'taklng the Hit
ters, if the directions are followed. Kcr'thouo
who suffer from nervous dobillty, languor, wint
of rest, exhaustlsn, and in all cases of weak
ness, tho Bitters are mt equalled.
As an agreeable stomachic, It Is much ad
mired; It sharpens tl.o appetite, hrUhiciHih)
Intellect, and Infuses new lilo an I via r. Ko
ono who uses these Bitters can ho tubject to an
attack of FEVER and AUUK, or Dl.VRIIIItL'A.
Of all tho Ills that allllct remand wnmon, few
are so agonUIng as Dyspepsia. It i,ia tot
combiniillpit of many diseases. Thanks to
science and Da. GubiLKV, a tptvinc 1 .ts now
boen obtained., Okeei.i.v'.s Uocheom Bittkiis
take straight hold of the disease, and lo.m a
euro. Thoir.ands f woll-attcstad cuse-t ol
euros of Dyspepbla,Iudigislh)n,andrcer and
Ague, oven ot tho rao'it desperate ki'id, aro In
flie possession of tho pioprletora.
Not a few people, o ory whore, tonipla'u of
Weakness or Debility. TLIa Is the gentle hint
of nature for alllllo help in tho way of Invlg.
oration. The hint shuuld not bo neglected.
"A stiloh In tlmo saves nlno." Oct a supjily of
(juef.lev'r BoniDoN BiT-raits, take thcra legular-
ly, and our word for It you w 111 feel hotter, live
longer, be stronger, and think and act with very
much mnro 'itlsfactlon. Tho Bitters aro a
tonio, and of a naturo noer before attained In
any rocdlclno. It will nako tho weak strong,
the desponding hopeful, tho siok well. For any
complaint of ihe Stomach, Liver, or Bowels,
there Is nothing com; arablo with thl.smci'lnlro,
In America, the LHoris ihootslahusudut all
tho organs In the body. It Is made the saddle
of all other org ins. As a consequence, It is
often out of order, aud not uufrequently nearly
Inoperative. Thla need not bo; on the con
trary, it Is quite urneooscary. A littlo common
sense, and a sufficiency of Gkbi.kv'j BocasoK
Bitteks, will koep tho Liver right, and make
man a man, and woman, now ralsefable, qu te
happy. Tho Bitters regulato and sticutilhen
tho Liver, no less than purify It.
Tho Inorease of Nervous Disoidora, at tho
present day, Is one of the moat al.ti niin? Indi
cations of the ago, or rathor, would he, wore
it not that a most admirable euro had been
found. Thero Is not a phase of nervoun dis
ease, whatever it may bo, that thco Hrttors
will not aot upon favorably, and in the most
efllolent manner. All who aro unfortunately
afflicted with complaints of this nature, or with
Indigestion, or any diseases of the EJlnmanh,
should not tall to make um) of Gkieiat's Uouu
son Bitteus.
Chills and Fever. In many portions of the
United States, this terrible dlKeuxo uclzes its vie
tlms as naturally as water seeks IU level. The
system, In a particular condition, Invites it.
Tho right modlolno to prevevt and euro this
malady, wo unhesitatingly nay, Is (iutni.ET'a
Botm&ON Bitteus. It breaks up the fever,
drives It from tho syslom, and w ill koep it at
bay, if taken In accordance with directions on
the bottle. Tho Bitters purjty and enrich the
blood, and this In ruturn strengthens tho con
stitution. As an agreeable tonic, theso Ulttors
have no equal.
Greeley's Bourbon Bitters are meotlng a Bale
unparallelod inUe history of popular medi
cines. In a'l diseases of the Stomach and
Bowels they are a sovorolgn ouio. Tho worst
cases of Dyspepsia aud Indigestion yield to the
rcmarknblo potency of tho lllllors, w Inch Is ss
agreeable to the taste as it Is spoody and un.
railing In Its good effects.
For sale by Drugglots and Grocers, oi-iy
where W. F. A A. W. ORUELEY. Proprietor,
IP,' .ii. Maxrf. And suld by I). Ii. CLAIM-", 8. B.
" K. and J. 11. WIION. Washliul
I) C,
and l'I'XL & BTEVENB, Alei-wdrU V
fable ly

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