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EVENING STAR.
Flka* ih Hiinui -We learn from the New
York Day Book, that a Professor Bartolettl In
that city, ha* caught and famed some sixty Ilea*.
He wu aii or seven month* employed in train
ing them for public performances, bat haa ?ue
reeded even beyond his own expectations. The
Day Book says:
"He Inserts the neck of each within a collar
attached to a chain, and oblige* the little cap
tives to perforin all ?ort* of extraordinary feats of
sagacity and strength. They tnrn windmill*;
ther flght duel* with umall sword* ; tbev drag
rail car* two hundred thonsand times their own
weight; they imitate Julian, the celebrated con
ductor, with hi* ba'on; they waltz in couple*,
and otheiwiss amu*e the spectator. Their mas
ter feeds them twice daily from his own arm ; be
require* five hour* to harness tbem up In thrir
Collar*, but when be put* tbem out to pasture,
release* tbem from thi* durance rile. Some of
the creatures seem to posse** greater tslenlstban
others; one the professor declarsd he would not
lose for a bunded dollars ; this was a star perfor
mer. _
HtlTiii CoLirsi ?The treasurer of Harvard
College, Amos A Lawrence, has reported upon
(fc? finances of that institution for the year, from
which tt appears that the receipts have been
9301,014 33. Including lb 411.tu, cash on band at
the commencement of the rear The expendi
tures have been W?5 &24 3S. and there remains on
band In cash the iui of 9*25,51? 4? The salary
of the president of the college i* JKJ 300, and his
house rent; of Prof Huntington, ft-2 500. and of
most of the other profs sors, The amount
of pro|ierty belonging to tne coliege, exclusive
of the college and the grounds adjoining, is val
ued at 81,009.63d 40 Of this am?nt, MvJ.104 o3
Is i? notes and iiioi t^a^rs. and SlGs,5S'J t>o in real
eetate
|[7* Philadelphia did a large business in di
vorce* last year. The number of applications
Was 184 ; decree* granted, 76.
|f7* /ton's Herald, one of the oldest Metho
dist pipers In the country, "does not pay " It
has IU.ISJ0 subscribers.
fLr A fraud-t'ent *.5 bill, purporting to be on
the Metropolitan B.ink, oi Washington. D. O.,
has been put in circulation in Philadelphia.
ID" Guevs nibody pays taxes in Philadelphia
The Evening Bulletin c?mei to as with some 20
(double) columns of '?delinquents/*
irr David and Bichsrd O .ven, sons of the lnte
Robert Oi*en, are about toe*tabll-h at New Har
mony, Ind , a school of the practical sciences.
\nr The steamers of the Himbirg American
Pa- ket Company are l*id up for the winter, and
will resume their regular ftps on the 1st of
March, when the Saxonia will leave New Yotk,
and the B ?ru*sla from Hamburg.
1?7* A whole military company, In Dayton,
Ohio, a short time since, fell In lova with a beau
tiful young lady, a Jewess, and as they couldn't
all have her, th^r compromised the matter by
selecting her as tbelr captain.
lJJ~ A contract lias beeu made between the
Union Coal and Oil Company of Maysvllle, Ky.,
and certain paities at Boston. Mass , by which
the former agreed to furnish the lstter two
thousand gallons of the crude coal oil per dty,
during the next two vear*.
l?7~The Schnectsdv Advertiser of Dec 2H1,
was printed on an Adams press, driven by a 12
loch K'icsson calnr c engine. A *peed of 5,730
impressions per hour was attained, the engine
consuming. In live hour* and a half, fourteen
pounds of antbra-ite coal, costing .1)$ c-nts at the
rate of S5 for 2.(100 pounds Thi* i< 0*5 per cent
1??* fuel than a steam engine would require, and
there I* no danger of explosion
ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
NATIONAL HOTKI. -linn \V A Howad,
Mich: Jno Merrymaa, M is.*e* Stewart and Ray,
Md; J L Yanc^v, Va; M Pblnea*,NY G II Clith
erall. Min; H R Burgwvn; N C; G H Vaugban,
Mo; E M Wilson, Min; J H H ?ld man. I DuvaM,
Col Gittlngs, Md; W Billing*, Pa: F Skinner,
J Jennings, N Y; W H Van I.igen, Gov I'orter,
M B Fielding. Ky; J White, D B Stanford, J K
Hopkins, N \ : L J Brough, Md; J Dick, Ind; S
Perry. Ky; J Harrison, Pa; J K Williams and
lady. Me; John Hnrseiman, D P King and f*rn,
T Wilson, NYk; George P Morrison, Va; \ Ed
wards, Mich; W Leigh, Mr* Bowman, Vt; J G
Stone, Mr Powell, Md. W Hincks. junior, Ma**,
W1LLARDS' HOTEL ?W E Jonea, |. B
Lipsker, NYk; Major E S Sibley, I SA; Captain
Cha*e, do; Maj H H Sibley, do; AV F Smith, do;
Dr Barker and lady, Capt B Gelston, Lieut Mul
lany, G W Brega. Hon J B Haskins, G H Ran
dal. H Lanlng.J C Byrne, M F and M K Truette,
N Yk; P A Chadbourne, Mss*; J T Woodward,
Md; T B Lancaster, Pa; L Getting, F Marburv.
Md; F Fraley. Wm Lipptncott. S Cooper, R H
Gratz, H W Watt*, Mrs Watt*, Mis*es Watt*,
H D Owen, W Newell, Pa; A Murray, J Kenne
dy and ladv, J as Murphy, A Murphy, H Ross
and lady, N Y.
BROWNS' HOTEL ?0 B Griffin, Pa; I Par*t
O; H A Blakesby, III; J E Barrow, Mo; M L
\oung. Wis; W A Newbuai, do; S Mlcu, do;
W P Parker. Mass; VV O Talburtt, Md; H Har
rington, do; Mi*s Harrington, do; N Sprogue, Vt;
J L Dawson and family, Pa; Mis* J Ougle, do;
Mis* E Misrh, do; C W Gilmer. O; C Voohus,
USN; S F Wniting and family, NY; J Ssndors,
aud lady, Pa; Hon W LDewartdo; T Berry, Md,
UNITED STATES HOTEL-.M Sperrj, Va';
8 B Grice, Pa; P J Bullen, NY; R H Robinson,
Va; H A Williams, do; J P Bouiwright. NY; M
Lincoln, Mexas; W J Brown. NY; Mr* F R
Brown, do; C H rimith. Va; R E d? Butts, do: J
W Filv and ladv, Ky; Sirs Janson. Va; H Hurst,
do; L Basset;, Ct; H P Degraof, NY; M Myers,
Md.
KIRKWOOD HOUSE ?Hon W Rel'v, Pa; J
J Haden, Neba; J sthulcross, La; Hon B Crng.
NC; S Ltinnud, Md; L D Scboolfeid. Ter.n; L B
Lynier. NY; C H Saddler, Md; C E Dicky, do;
F Slmond, do; W M F Magruw and isdy, Mo;
Mi** E C Magruw. d?; M C Crane, Pa; VV F
Lovewell and ladv, USN; Dr J B Read, Ala.
OCEAN STEAMERS1 SAILING DAYS
Fro* TBI Uritrd Statu.
Slsaimrs L*mv*. For. Daft.
?sis ....New York.. Liverpool.. J an. 3
Fulton New York..Havre Jan. 9
Weser ,...N?w York..Bremen....Jan. 8
Pacific .New York..Galway....Jan. 8
From Eoropb.
North American.Liverpool..Portland.... Dee. 22
Glasgow Glasgow...New York..Dec 32
City Ballimore...Liverpool..New York..Dec M
Facile Galway....New York..Jan. 1
The California mail steamers leave New York
?a the Mb and VMfc nf each month.
??i^???????
pROPOSALS FOR LITHOGRAPHING.
Of FIC* SCH*I!?TE5DSNT PCBLIC PRISTI59 I
WuH.xsm, December 31, 1?5?.\
Pealed Proposal* will he re^nrel at HrsoMee
until Monday, the S7th dsj of Jacrary. a' 12
o'wlo k. for ecxravuic <>n stone, and prmtios from
t?e same. f?.r Hte u-e ?>( the Senate and Houc* oi
Representative* nf the United States, ce tain
M A PS and CH A RTS oommanictted to Coorress
with the annual taessate ol the President of the
United St*;**.
Tae Maps and Charts (of wh:oh from two to three
thousand oopies are to be pnnt*? > will b* open f -r
tae in>pa-*<i .nofbidde sat ihisuffiso ?niil the mora
iitc of the du for oloetac the hi.i?. The p?p*r re
quired for printibK wi!l he lurnished by ih s office.
Btaak lorn* for proposals will bn lurrushed to a'l
who purpose *v bid : and b?oU and approved seo'jri
ty will he required fn.in the sucr-esslal bidder f.r
the faithfal ezeeution of his oootraot.
It is to be distiuotiy andersi >od that ro bid will
he received (rum auv party not direotly engaged in.
and sractioaliy acquainted with, the style of worlc
Mm.
The proposals mast be addressed to Geo. W.
Bowman. Sapenntertdent of the PaMio Prin inc,
Washington,and endorsed "Proposal* for Lithoc
raphin*. GEO. W. HOWMAN,
de 31 eotd "tusennfenHent.
philadelphia LAGER BhEK DEPOl,
?*_ No. XI P*>m. A V'ISUI.
The aubeonhers have made arrsnxem^nts with
Stoppe?n?r4 Bro , ?*ennsyivams, for se line all of
hie oeiebraud LaGER BEfcR lor th? District of
Colarahia Ws have reeeived to-day a tarxe lot.
and offer now for sa.s by the barrel or dosen ivittlee.
? , T. C. A W. GEKKCKE,
4e la* No. SSI Psnn. srenns.
I^BW YEARS_NOTICE.
I retarn thanks to my customers for ttisir patro
nacs dariac the p**t year, and at theaame time take
Mansion* to sav that henoeforw&rd I will adhere
?kiaetiy to a onsh bus;aess-baying fcr oe?i and *ell
las for eash.
Jisoonnts in baying ft>r cash, together with
the l<?es l?y had debts, srd the ?oat ??f book keeping
aad eolleet'Bg, woaid amm t in a year iu mj bun
nee* to some f< or thousai d dollars, vhich sum I
desire to divide emorg fr y customers by selliia st
less price*. This system wi'lecab'e them to i a* ft r
Is^i.snd will a so savs me* desl of troub'r|<itd wort.
To most of my eastomere it will make little' iflrence
whether they bsvforensh or on time.' I am tl ere
tore determined nerealter to deo me ever) appl:ca
tioa lor ersdit f* the reasons st.ste^ above
M.WILLI AN,
<la3n-l w* < Intel.) opposite Centre Marl, t.
Fook AT YOUR HANDS AND FEET.?AI
li in want of tl LOVES or HOSTKR\ ireM.es
?eri.esuy requested to oa I and examine one'I
?>f the lsrgsst and hnest stooks id V\ ashmg U
toa, eomar>?tng every qua it) and *t%le, just L
imp-jrtsd t?> nt) order. U > and lo?>k, if you
do uot wish to surehxse, at
HOI'KI \9"S CD'ivn!le?l Bazaar.
oorner of Sih at.ar.d Pa av.,
no*? eotf list. Hrownt'aiMl Naii>xuu hotels.
Beautiful pianos.?i invite puteie attsn
llor to two very tn?autiful. neat, and plain seven
oet"*ve Pi A.NOS. re?eiY#u ye*terday from Boston.
l'ianoa for rent, sxeiuutge As.
JOHN F. ELLIS.
de M INi Pen? . svimue.
I^HRIHTMAS fRESENTS.-MemuersofCoe
V- gre?* and strangers vi. iting the oitt ahonld not
forget to send to their lamilies a set of Metserott'a
Virw* of WaahiBgiou. Fors*i*atall Kookstorea.
A ? ?
'I'HE WONDER OF WASH???Ts?N IS
I ?>IW?S'S VKGETABLK HAI.SAM.-per
form r almost nirmcle* in aovet'Of up Bald Head*
t'd curini aii Soa.p Diseasss d a?m
? alphabetical
business directoxy.
Car lit 0/ Jirit-clast
?? *11 d*jntrtwuntf of (?na?i *? i*a tilt.
ak( uftel T?.
i'u Arerev Block,oor. 7a F ats.. 3d aforv
a/H V?,*' ; ? ??r ^ rt- Md *-??? tv.. opYtairJ7
a b-t a h a . aron'. A DyiKtera, is .umali.
agricultural warkiioubm.
Edward F. 9!*h>os, 519 7th at., north of pi, it.
architects.
P.
J.
vv k? I a MAittn j"> ?- ?_ ?
arror.%tv? ar law.
5. S. Baitkr. ?*> 12th at., bet. D a k.
ch1liu> a ? al-rcdbr oorner Loa. *v. and mil at.
>1. Thompson. 2i 4)6 at., bet. Pa.av.and City Hall.
CaKR;N<?TO> A I.Lorn, a) Lou.av.. hso. It
gii>. C. H. Mitchell, eaat wir* City Had.
&c* S?X""' k Att'y id pitantoasM.
vv* k. Will.4 Lou. av.. bat. 1* A Ktii ?t?
? BAltKiLou. av., b. 4* A 6 ats.
6. s. Kbafft. s, E. oorner pa.av. fww et.
baiw *496 7lh al" h*1- ^ A E.
witnka' Cittsbh*' Bant>. at Metxerott's, Pb. it.
?5V^"-hea'18 h*?.silk lust.mat.
BANKS amu bankkhs.
Rieea A Co., N. w. oor. 15th at. A N. V. aT.
SWBRNT, R ittbnhoc.R, Pant A Co., 3? Pa.aT,
Sctrr. Lb a A Co.. Si7 7tl? at., aorth ol Pa. at.
Ltwia Johikim A Co., 39i Pa. aT., oor. 10th at.
Vh,c.?d,l*"ot"??-#or- *"* * 15th ?oph* Traaairy
' blll1aku s??lso;i'- 6"-?"?<?? ???
?"VtiltSAVrt^ov "" ~
Chas. C. Andbbson. Md. aT.. netr Tth at., i a land.
John Ocvall. G at., het. 6lb A 7 th, near Pat. Olio*.
Jotcb A lr*?A*,<hora? a a vara, > 22 Ohio aT.
Kobbrt pakkhill.3MVa.aT.. near 4th at., Inland.
Mra. Hjtii. aouthweat corner Pa. at. and 9th at.
Mra. Kkck. aouthw-at oorn.r Pa. av. and l?tb at.
3ra* 2! *??"*? Pb. between 3j and 4j? ata.
"Siwif."s tde r *" "" ? ????
Ebwakd Lycktt,?7I Pa. bt.. bet. 10th andUth ata
BOOKS and STATIONERY.
wm. Ballanttnb, religioaa book der oait'r, 498 7at
lN'.'AT .h.f..k* ki bbrtibs b?OK?TomK,?T7th at.
HOOT AND SHOE ITUKtS.
Gbobgk BtjRNe.34" Pa. av , near 9th at.
Harmon Burns.** Pa. nr., l>et. 4* A 6th ata.
A. P. Hoover. 331 Pa. aT.,aouth aide. bet. 6 A 7 ata.
r Clark, l^idiea' Shoe Store, 16 Market Spaoe.
cViiVViMSS" E "? ?* '??
k<"i?|!i!"Ti!r*ai?u"BuiiurkK,,h'
J a*. W. Marker. 44fi n. V. nr.. bet. 14lh A 15th aU.
uakriagt factories.
Amdrrw J. Jwtcb.oor. 14th A Kata.,9. Pa.aT,
(irorek R.Hall. 8. aide Pa.av.. bet. isa 13* ata.
John P. Urn.>i?,east aide f>rh ?t . b. Lou.av. a Cat
"imiia^lai^ret'ir'" " " "
'yji*aK\I9}341 !**?*?..b*t 6thA7th?t?
vlaiw agents.
"fistiuso -sntttU: T"*""
\vali..?rBPHKNa A Co.. 322 Pa. av., bet. 9 A 19 ata
Noah \\ alkkr A Co.. Browne' Hotel Bnildinc.
w. baeto.n A Co ,476 l'a. av.. bet. Sd A 4* ata.
C.GAOTiai. iadiea'aalooa.lm Pa.aT , b. It A 13ata
J. t?. w eavrr, la.lieV saloon, opp. Hruwaa' Hotel
Thoxab porrntiifi.279 Pa. aT .bet loth A nth ata
Joe. ^chatfiri.p. j8??th at., bet. uah.
Phil a Conrac'it. va P?.aT. leeCroarafi pernl.
r'i"?j rs>",h ?{C*"tol,,kn'1 ^ Centre Mkt.
Dr. r. finlet Hunt, 3l? Pa.aT.,bet.9th A 10th ata.
i? u av ? bet- 9th *c<1 l?th ata.
? k> if- "r,na' n?os.3<'6 l'a. aT., bet.9th A Iftthata
"wa ty.v VaT&sk: ? ?? m'- ,,h *?d ~ ????
m?a. Mart a. k. a ton , 4?4 l"th at., near Pa.aT.
dri'g ms ion es" dre" m*kar'11 mkl
7.. i). Gil van. ssn Pa. aT., ne*r 7th et.
John Schwartzr, 4?xi Pa. at., i.et, 3u A ls ata.
Jord A b*o.,29n ^a. av., oor. 11 th at.
. 7; N.w. cor. I and 12th ata.
j ur to<l
w. m. A Co.,3? Market !?pnoe. w. 7 A t ?ta.
i., iv li1' 575-5 '}.h *t,; al,,0< Carpeta, Shoea. ao.
i ?i' ar"i4* ^Market Space, bet. 7th A #th ata.
J. \> . Collkt A Co.. bti 7th at., north of Pa. av.
A. It odd a k o, 547 7i h at., near Northern Market.
dVerV AN D sc OURER v" nurin ?f ^1v*
wv IVZ'-I'383 ,>a- av': 49 jet">"?n ??. t ,T.
k.h?ka> KKS.
0. o. Hark, 264 Pa. av., bet. I2th A 13th ata.
a e* hpr?/sV en"D v? *???'??
afvnV VftMk!%?"aDd M ,l'
? a; ,?T8V*?'; *!6 Pa.av.. bet.9th A loth ata.
J. C. bidaun. 34 Market ?Dace. bet. 8th A 9th ate.
w-vwsvi p?-National hotel buildinc.
y ELLLia A Bko.,(iron.) 13th at., near oanal.
f. A A. srhnkidkb.dron,) oor. Pa. av. A l?rh at,
* bkotitkr. Odd Fellowa' Hall. 7th at.
-w' m j f* ar- itth *nd isih ata.
n BaoR * Co . 53n 7th at., north pa.at.
6" t; ^*al, wo,?'<?pho:atert.) y?7th at.
B ?on Fa. av.- Second-hand
OEN ixex EN'S ?? BELONOlNtiS."
STRVKNa'.i hata a wardrobe artiolea i Browna'hotel.
?RKEN HOUSES AND SEED STORKS.
Wv.HreHKa.7at.Ial; FlonatA LanJ-oape (iar(Pr
GRot'l-' k V 5xore^ed,,nani a?-^ 71,1 at"
a BL BcHKLL.oor. 15th at. A Vt. rt.
Wm. Brtan, 44 Market Space, bet. 7th A 8th ata.
Edward Hall, 4" Market Space, opp. Cen market.
s. \v . k. mandt. J29 Pa.av., bet. 14th A 15th ata.
krnnrkt A i voh, 60s 7th at., bet. OA k.
i4*" Oa y.lvrnett.yssa L at.. I,et. 14th A IMh ata
GCN vMI fhs w? ??n?er 13th and f ata.
c. H. mt<nrK.4<?,bth at., aoutb Pa. av.
HARDWARE A.n6 CUTLERY.
a (-otlk, 351 Pa. av.. opp. Browns'.
Llvana A i hompson.(coach findinfa,>w6 Pa. av,
L. ti A ??.C.schnkidrr.27l Pa.av.,1 et. 10 A 11 ata.
frrrkar * r?..ki |"a. av.. n?ar 7th at. *1,aw'
HATS, CAPS, AND FI RS.
B. H. Stinkmetz 2*Paav.b. Willard'a A Kirk'd'a
HOUSE.furnishing STORES.
p'\v? '?TKLB*- H,aM?'Keneral aaaortment.)
oob>VA1(D (jfln |m miin.a. Pa.av.,bet. 10a 11.
r k i at l bet D 4 K- <tfvervthin? )
rl'J Il a iavo l7,h and *ta.
3'iewtfea'rtfok*w*t- "'?* '"? "*?
ji "<?v mgalTA fjko-324 ? a. aT. bet. 9th A 16th sts.
H O. hoo^wi'i. av.. bet. 9th A 10th ata.
S. Lewie. 25o pa av., tet. 12th and 13th ata.
J? ?axrwksk.'aisKi'&x?*'"" "? "?
? ft* La^igs, Chronometer, ^o.. maker. 497 7th at
John Mills, 4876>h st. bet. C st. and
pv w ,00'ir k f ? .
r'uirltWlfXiltt " ? ??' ??
atlnrk^ml^b. i'jsf'jl!'Wl and 13x at.
locksmiths AND BELL HANGERS.
C. schnb'DBB.(praeti(nl.i27i Pa av.. up ataira
looki
'IVSWeW WRrft,v- ??' "* "?
?a< ho.i5tsa eminb blildcr.
vuviii:1-8
' V.vlviik; v.- ?'of '??* =
Mr? H. l.stamm, <95 8th st., near Pa. by.
mYjIIVtok &"?"?9,11 * """u
pWiSTtu?'.iir'J!ta?rw:- * ",b "?
hkik;4 amftiiS? &.*?" 'u
J. Markbitbb. 486 7th St., between D and k.
FATEN'T age#Hf. ar-10ttlA Uthata
Chablbs F. stanasubt, 8. E. oor 7tk a p ?>.
Th6'cIatto? - p- ?- ^mrtment*'
r. o. Clatton, 405 F St., near 7th st.
*h?f at ?trvtisr wt4 fc-ata" f?i'? offloe
? ** ? r atm am. it? ? mi ol maker. F it as p?a>a g\f*t
PAWNBROKERS ?-#?.p?t t OOios
?,u
Mc(,lbu.S4 Pa. av., bet. 9th A 10th ats
7Kr.fesir b&f1"
Vivatirat'essissistir"'
1.? K.-.V* " -?
jf *"* ^ coea 'vh* 9th it., north of pa. ar
Daniel Hannah s. \V. o.ir. i.ou av and atk .?
PORTRAIT painters" d *th ,t*
J. M. Stanley. 278>6 Pa. at.. bet. 11th A IJth ata.
printing OFFICES?(Beek and
H. Polkinhobn.375 1) St., neer 7th.
>0mr.*maker?"'4 "" ,u
' re5il."e,^Vfe,'a?^5lv"j "? "?t
Gko. \v lia" t"siavt,H ??>?<! loth.
V ..x A v. n ht;,? ?<!nva?vu'F' N.at- ,nA*"-wft0#
restaurants^ th ,f'4u>va a
"mmools? pa av- * 81 h #t
latatrVVb? p*r ?*' <-,nrti ,b".49" k at
t'nio> *i A!.r?t ( m.A k !????? iu Fbbt
SEWING viachines ^ bt. A 14th st.
C*kwixq *oon2.*11'3" **?M
TO? ifvo'a^pv "v ' r*"f ^ .'?"?th Sid.
ut?? ? a*d?TGAR STORES.
H. c. Stkkk* Pa. av. bet 2d A ad
wv? w? ' b*hkl;T.MAIllsro, ae.
underYakersI" ^ 614 * 7U*
* H
i fholstereji*. a*- l7,h aot',a,h ?tb
h Blad
wl'o'ttfcu^. 10t* snd 11th.
jii,5'jy.?l??a'l 243
i 3m ft atr?ef, bet. t4th arvl ' stu
M. Mi^tm, sis k at., betweea 10th and
WIG makers.
. m. giaaa.sls and 849 Pa. av,
WOOD AND COAL yard*.
CaatlIvan A Brother. B at., cor. *?h.
T. J. A W. m. Salt N.W. nor. llth A
A. o. W alfll-Utu aL bridf e W?cdar
w?cd Br.d lbrjb#r.
KiotlUmtm.
official.
v Tiuicit DiPiinm. I
Dmrnrnr 17th, 1SSM
SiaLfd Proposals will be reneivwd at this De
part ment until ISo'elook, noon, of Monday, the 24th
of January next, for ten mitliona of atock of the
United States to be issued under the a?t of 14th
June, 1850. Sa*d etoek will l?e reimbursable in ftf
teen years from the let of January next, and bear
intereatatfiveper oentum per annum. psraliiesemi
annually on the frat days of Jauuary and July of
?oh year.
N# bid will be reoeived be!ow par, and none for
; ?ny fraction of one thousand dollars. No bid will
be considered un ess one per oentnm of the amount
( re depoeited. subject to the orJer of the Searetary
| of the Treasury, with a depositary of the United
States, whose certificate of the same must aooom
pany the bid. In all oases the bids must be unoon
ditional, and without reference to biels of others,
and matt state the premium offered th? rem.
1 The sealed proposals should be endcraed on the
out side of the envelope, "Proposals for Loan of
IStt," and be addressed to the Secretary *f the
Treasury, Washington. D. C. Thesumawhioh may
be accepted fr m any bidder will be required to be
paid to the depository of the United Stat as neareat
to his residenoe, or indicated aa moat aonvement
by bini. Should bids rjp aeoepted from parties not
reaiding within the Unit>d States, they wi I be re
quired to deposit the pMnoipal and prenvuin with
theassistant treasurer* at Boston, New York.Phil
ade'phia, or New Orleana.
Certihottea of stock for sums of one thousand do],
lars each, payable to the suooessfnl bidders or bear
er. with ooapons of semi-annual interest flrom the
letcf July text, also payable to bearer, attached
thereto, will be laeced lor the amount of the ao
oepted bids upon the certifioatea of deposit to the
credit cf the Treasurer of the United States with
the depositaries of the United States. The stock
will in all oases bear mtereat from the date of such
deposit. The interest from that date to the 1st of
July next will be paid to the sucoeaaful bidder or
his attorney by the depositary where the depoait
w1a made.
Suooeasfn! bidders will be required to deposit the
priuo.pal and premium cf their accepted bids on or
before the IV h of March next. The preliminary de
poeit of one per cent, will he immedi-itety direoted
to be returned to the unsuccessful bidders.
HOWKLL CORR,
de Ift-IawUtJnn Secretory of the Treasury.
D "DINNER PARTIK8." ""
^ARTIES Will he lurmshed to fami
.iea at 53, 51. and .t ? per head ; or, ll they prefer, a
hrat class trench cook oan be a?nt to ;h?tr reai
denoes to ar> pare dinner for them, at the moderate
ohargeof $2 for hu services.
Those wishing to avoid the trouble of marketing
oan have the best the market aflorda sent to their
houses at o?at prioea.
One or more dishes will ba sent to any part of the
city for tho?e who ma? desire it. I guarantee to
tarnish a tetter dinner than any other ?stablishment
iri the oity, at a savin* of 26 per cent.
j .. o_ ? , C? oautikr.
da lVeo2m 2.52 Pa. av., bet. 12th and 13th aim.
TH B O O L DEN r R I Z K.
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THK GOLDKN PRIZK.
THK GOLDEN PKIZK.
THK OOI.DKN PRIZE.
THK UOi.DKN PRIZK,
THK OOI.DKN' PRI7.K.
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The New Yerk Weekly GOLDKN PRIZE is
one ol the largest and best weekly papers of 1 he day
An .Imperial tluarto containing hk.iit parks. 01
ro*TY columns, of entertaining original matter, and
?iCcantl* iM.t?TKatpd evfrj wcfk.
A GIFT WORTH FROM FIFTY CENTS TO
fjnolN liOLD. WILL BK PK KSKN'I KD TO
EACH SUBSCRIBER I MM KDI ATKI,V ON
RKCEIPT or THE SUBSCRIPTION MONEY.
One oopy for one year - - On, and I gift.
One oopy f?r two yertra - 3 io, and 2 rifta.
One oopy for three yeara - t> 00, and s rifta
One oopy for bve rears - - 8 CO. and 5 cifta
AND TO CLUBS.
Threeoopies one year - - fSOO.and Sgifta
'T^e^op'e,one,(*r " * ?oo,at.d 5g,fta.'
Ten oopies one year - - 15 on. and lo gifta
Twenty one oopiea one year - 90 on, and 21 sifts.
foMowiVg'heO*0 diatributed ?r? oomprised in the
2 Paokages or Gold, containing - f vxi no each
in h2? a 4?' ' ?>each.
'1 .. ?0, . ?0< do. - 100 on each
10 Patent Lever Hunting Cased
ion nn each
20 Gold \N atohee - - 75 i<0 each
inC A%' ' ' " " 60 no each
* a KJ\ ikfi
?? Indies* tioid Watches - - ?nn2Jch
vi'U7"?Ilf Ca,ed batches sn n, MCh
W Siivir W AtohPi f 10 to 25 ;ki
1000 Gold Guard, Vest and Fob
t- .!i:hiun*i. .1" * lft to so nn each.
Gold 1 00kers. Bracelets, Brooches, Ear Drops.
Breeitpine (,uff I ins Sleeve Buttons. Rmsa, Shirt
Studs, VN atch Keys. Gold and Silver l^himltles. and
a variety of o.her articles, worth from fii'y oents to
9 ' 6(lcn?
Immediately on receipt of the subscription money
the aubecriber s name will he entere.l upon our sub
soription book opposite n number, and trie gift cor
responding with that number will he forwarded
within one week, to the itubscriber, Ay mail or ex
rrtsf, poit paid.
IETAU oommunioatior.s should be addressed to
BKCKKT A CO.,
48 tnd 4'J M- flat Building,
. . ? Broadway, New \ ??rk.
.? .1?Peoinri,''n oopie* sent free, or they can bo seen
at Hiilltneton a News Depot. Agents wasted.
in I a 11 y
PROPOSALS FOR CIRCULAR MARKING
AND RATING STAMPS.
Post Office Dipartmxit, (
December 15,18% >
Pbalkd Proposai s will be received at this De
Fartment until the 21st dsy of Fcl-ruan . iRjO. until
2 of tbe clook at noon, for furnishing for the use o|
post offices in the I n ted States. r<>r four yrara
from th* btiisy of Apr I next, marking and rating
stamps of the f<>linwin? iiescr.p'n n, via:
? 'Lass I Cirou.ar Marking Stamps of steel, or
other materia! of equal durability ; of a oiroumfer
enoe not to exceed inches but aa muoh lasa aa
?onvamenoeand go<iU taste may dictate; with the
name of tbe office and State : with tvpe for the
years, months, and daya, in blocks of like material,
w.th sutfio.ent thutnh screw for the same, with nan
dlaa of ooooa, mahogany, or o:her heavy wood, of a
m< del moit nonvenient for use. In propnaala for
thia olass of stamps, the hidder will state the addi
tional eharge. per letter or figure, for inserting,
within the oirale, when required, suon words acd
figures as paid, free, pa\d i0, 1*1 p. Ac.
Class 2 Ciroular Marking Hlamps of iron, or
other material equal thereto, for the use of post cf
fioes and route scents on railroaas and steamboat
man lines: with ths narre of th* office and State,
or the railroai or river hue; with type for months
and dates, in biooks of the sa ne material, with
suitnbletnumb screw, and har.dles ot b'aok wa nut
or oHerry nee, of a model best adapted for use; the
oirouinferer.ee of the stimp to he tne samo as de
scribed in c ass No. 1.
Class 3. Ciroular Marking Stamps of hox-wrvx*,
or other material of equal durability, of the snme
size ol cl as No. 1; with the name of the ? ffice sr.d
State; with typo for months and days cf printers'
type metal, in blocks or single letters ai d figures,
with tbumw sarcwand bandies tbekaineas described
in olass No. 2
'I he 00.-tract fortius olass will not take effect un
ti! fromard after the 2d day of July next.
Class 4. Marking ."lamps for foreign males simi
lar to tnoae now in use in the post offices at Nrw
York, Philadeiphiaand Boston, or of any otherstyie
adapted to the above purpose.
Also, tbe following rating stamps, to correspond
with the Circular Stamps in oiarses I, 3 and 3 in
material, handles, and workmanship,and such other
Rating Stamps not named herein as may he re
quired, of a like description, at pro rata prioes rand
if the style or material thereof shall ba altered by
direction of the department, tbe price shall he in
creased or reduoerf in the same proportion, viz:
Paid Missent and forwarded
Free Cancel
Miasent Due
Forwarded Duel
Poat offioe business, free Drop t oent
Advertised 10
Steamboat 15
Ship Paid 10
l'nit*d States, fcl Paid 15
Held for postacs
Prop >sais lor Improved or Patente<l Stamps, with
cylinders for tne months and days, or with points to
pierca the envelops, or with other improvements,
will be oo?siderea.
The rich: to changeorsltertheetyleoftheslemps
desorilied in either clsss. upon equable terms, la re
served to the Postmaster General
Proposals will t* reoeived for furnishing Ik* 1rjmlr
ol rl-e above named Circular Stampa, or for tat k
rlsfiatianUly.
Stampa will be ordered lor the different classes of
oflioes agreeably to therulea now in foroe. and ao
cording to suoh rules and recul tious of tbe <ie
pariment as may hereafter be adopted in relation
1 thereto.
The number of Circular Stamps required, per an
num. is estimated at ?-o for the brat class, Wt for
the seoond olass. 1.9**for the third olass. and' l'O
for the fourth class. The numler of Kating ^tnuos
required for the same period is sstimated at
Models of the stamps must acooinpaiij tho pro
posils,
Each bidder must furnish, with his proposals, ev
idence of his ability to comply with Ms l id.
Sufficient sureties will l>e required to a erntract;
and the Stamps must be delivered at the Poat t ?f
hce Department at the expense of the contractor.
Propomale must be er.dorsad on the ontaute of the
envelope with "Proposals for Post Office Ma king
Stamps " ard addressed to the Firat Assistant
"Ms#STfitirkc,
del8-law4w P ost mas tar General.
PTICIAN ANDOCULHT.?Dr WOLFSON
?tk at., 00 ner of Pa. avenue,oontin-<
uea to furni*h a'.l requiring them with
his eeleb'ated Venesuel'an and HraziM
isa CRYSTAL SPe.? TACLFB rud
K^'E GLASSKS, which camel the
higheet p.iseat the Wor d'a Fair. Many thousands
have tried thens. Nochargesjo hia customers fur
eonsultations as an oculist. Tne repu'a ton of his
Jilaaeea to remedy nenr-a?shtedneas, faili' g eight
from the approach of age, or Iroin inceasirg ca 4
raot, Ao., is universally established throughout Ku
rope as well as the United Statee. His eharges are
extremely moderate. de IS-jgAiH^m
Dtntiitry, **.
D DENTISTRY IMPROVED.
R. MUNSON i* now setting Twill on Vnlc
ite. oombinui* Ue irreaiatible advantagea.
of ohe^pneaa. durability,MhllM and in-l
creased oomfort. Those having badly Stt
inc plate.. oar now be guarantied s perfect fit. Teeth
mounted on Vuloanite will coat oce third leaa than
to I a B d are fir auperior in every rsspect. Call
aixl aee speci mens at 33? Pennsylvania avenue.
rte 13 tr
Av a r* c a M P. ^ _
D E y T l ST.
Hh retsrned to the city and resumed hisprao
operating Roomi and Residence?407 Fifryj
street, between btu anu 7in, four doors Iron^--?'1'
Pnut I tfBre. oe 14 tt
DEN T I STR Y.-Dr. TM(?MM O. HILLS,
Ofhce iM I'enn. avenue. r.?tto
tier'a.? His operations embraoe ail the lat gyjji J
eat improvements. and by the nse ,#f t.he^ "J '
Cheopiastie Process ti? make* whole or partial seta
of Teelu superior to those made oy any other pian.
at half the prices charged for gold. Specimens and
testimonials exhibited. He la the oniy agent for it
in Washington. ae an fv
M TEETH.
? LOOMIS. M. D., the inventor and patentee
of the Aftwrraf rial* Teetk. attends per-.
aonally at his otfioe in this oity. "
Many persons oan we?r these Teeth who*
cannot wew others : and no person can wear others
who aancot wear these.
Persons on.ling at my otfioe can he aooommodated
with any style and price of Teeth they may desire ;
but to those who are particular an<t w sn the parest
oieaneat, strongest, ai:d most perleot denture that
art can pro^nce, the Mineral Plate will be more
fully warranted.
Rooms in this city. 396 I'enn. avenue, between 9th
and loth atreeta ; a,so, 907 Arch street, Philadelphia.
sen-ly
DDENTISTR Y.
R.STEPHEN BAIEY.
Oppicr No. 477. Tiiirtkrnth Stkkrt,
Four JJocri Soulk of Penniflvnnxa Air nut.
Dr. DAILY begs leave to inform the pubhothat
he oan be seen at all hours, at his office..
loo-ited as above. He fee.s assured that anil
eTp--r.er.ee of fifteen tsars' practise, with
tlie .ar*e number ot patients, and treat variety of
difficult cans that he nas treated successfully. will
enable him t" surmount anj ?litficmti, scientific or
otherwise. re atmg to the Teeth. His own experi
ence confirming the opinion of mam men eminent in
the profession, and espec.ally Dra. Harris and J.and
E. Parmlv. has led him. long sinoe, to duea'd a.I
mercunai preparations for filling the teeth, a'ao all
Kwrnfla, Gutta Percha. India Kublierand Cements
for th? construction of Continuous Hum Teeth and
that Porcelain, mounted on Gold Plnt?, is the only
reliable substance that can be worn in the mouth, aa
was mo?t cnciosiveiy shown by the last American
Dental Convection.
Although he Battels himaelf from hia long resi
dence and practice in Waahington he 1a favorably
known to his numeroua friends and patrons, he begs
ieave to refer them to the following
TESTIMONIALS.
Prom tkt lilt Htctoi of ike Cknrck of Efifknny,
of ikt? eitf:
Dr.Strphr* Baily: Dear Sir?1 desire to ex
press my ssteem for you personally, and my confi
dence in y<m as a superior dentist. The operations
executed for me have been highly satisfactory. I
bopo tr.at you may receive the patronage from my
friends and the public that your skill so well de
serves. Yoirs very truly,
Washington, Aug.23. 1866. J. W. FRENCH.
From1 on* of Ikt olden firms in Baltiwiori?
Mi'i'i B01jg?. Cot mm t Co.
Having employed Dr. Stephen Baily, Surgeon
Dentist, of \\ ashingtnn eity, to execute for me an
important and difficult piece of work, which he did
to in) entire satisfaction, and in viewofthe fact that
one of the most distinguished mem!>ers of the Den
tal College <rt Mal'.imore tailed, after repea'ed trials,
to perform the same work aatiafaotorily. it givea me
great glcaaure to express my entire oonfidenoe and
high e*t:ma?.ion of his professional skill.
Baltimore, Jan. 12, 1857. H ARM A.N N BOGGS.
Unmet from a not* r*;*tv*d from tkt Into Hon.
Jokn M. Clifton.
U. S. Senate, Atsg 1*. 11*.
The teeth you made for me work admirably ; no
thicg Could be better. Very gratefully,
JOHN M. CLAYTON.
To those seeking relief from the maladies of the
teeth. I can cheerlully reeominend Dr. S. Baily as a
superior dentist, lie made a ret "l*p<>rce iin teeth
for on? <>f my family, and plugged several teeth for
invself, and the work Las all stood vre'i f<<r more
thaii ten 1 ears. ROBERT T. NIXON,
April 13, l?t*. Va.Conf. M.E Church South.
We, the undersigned, having had occasion toavail
ourselves of the professional skill ol Dr. S. Baily,
Surge: n Dentist of this oity. or having l<en cogni
sant of Ins operations on our families or friends, take
pleasure 111 expressing our admiration of hiaartiatie
skill, as well as the uniformly satislaotory manner
in whiOti he performs the moat delioate and difficult
operations in Dental Surgery, and we reapeotfolly
reoommend him to the oonfider.ee and patronage of
the poHio, of winch we oonaidsr him eminently
worthy,
Thomas U. WtLTti, Arohitent L'. S. Capitol.
Thomas Millir, M. D-, of Washington, D. C.
B. S. Boiikks, M. D. of Georgetown, D. C.
N.S. Lincoln. M. D., of Washington, D. C.
Jos H. Bradlky, of Washington, D C.
G?o?0S Waitoh, Ex Governor of Florida.
Wai.trx Lattox. Ex Mayorof Washington.
Hxnrt Baldwin, V. S. Patent OAoe.
O. C. Wisht, Principal Ritteniiouse Aoademy.
febto-tf
OLD MACXOLIAWnEEn."
'I'' H K undersigned offer for sale the aboveatandard
1 brand of fine Rye Whiskey, of theirown distil
lation in barrels and half barrels. The eualry of
the Whisky known so favorably in the South for
the p ?.st eight years, will always be kept up to its
former h:gn standard, and purchasers and consumers
oan rely upon its being a perfectly pure Rye Wh s
ky. distilled under our owu personal supervision,
and entirely tree from anv deleterious substances
whieh render made up whiskies ao objectionab e.
Alw&y a having a large stock of the above, and other
fine whiskies in New York as well aa t'hiladelpma.
we ere enabled to ship goods from either city direct.
FREEMAN Jt SIMPSON, Phwcix DisUllery,
Office 109 south Front at., Philadelphia; in New
York. 96 Wall street. on 5-1 s
Tkimmell house.
HIS Nice and oommodions Hotel has just been
completed and wt>i De open for the reoep- ~
lion of guests on Tuesday, the 23d in*tant.
This house will abound with eomfurta.
equal in every respeot to every house in thm or ai,>
other oity. I he l?*r will be supp'ied witi. the best
of Lieuo'a. at all times. I have enraged Mr. E. V.
Campbell to assist and superintend the house.
I'he Kiminell House is aituated on C street, be
tween and 61 h ?tr?ets m the immed'ate vicinity
of the National Hotel, and near the Railroad Depot
A. F. HI MM ELL, Frop'r.
no19 eo2m E. V. CAM PBELL. Snp't.
fFURNITURE REPAIRED
1 AND VARNISHED.
Sofas. Chairs, Ao.. re oovered. and packing Fur
niture attended to by JaMEs WILLIAMS, No'
M3|?tb street, ?d flory.
t uruiture Polish for oleaning and restoring to
their original lustre all articles of Varnished and
Polished Furniture, Pianos. A o., for aale by D nts
A Bro., Odd Fellows' Hall, or by the aubeoriber, J.
WILLIAMS. 5'2Wh atreet.
FOR K KNT.-The third story of the building
No. 612.7th street, 24 by 60 feet. a* 18-SAWtf
fV [No. 63.S.J
l^OTtnF. FOR liF.STORfNG CERTAIN
LAN OS TO MARKKT IN THE M ATE OF
ALABAMA.
Notice is herebv r-ven that Die 'a'doffiee at E'be,
in the Sa'e of Alabama, will, and after the ar.th <lav
of l)eoen.Iter next, be open 'o the aal? at private
entry and location of all vacant public ends em
bra e t in the following tovnsnip*. wnich were sub
ject to entr? an<1 I- c ition prior to withdrawa', l>eing
lands whioh had been withdrawn as prdably fa"in*
within the prescribed limits of seloction of the rni>
r"au giant to Alabama, by ant of Congress, approved
Mar^h 3, l&VJ, bit' since ascertained not to be with
in said limits, viz :
Xortkof th* bnte linr and entt of tk* St. Stt?
pAnsi meridian
Township 7, of ranges 23 24. 25. 26, 27, 59 and SP
Township ft, of ranges 23, 24, 25. -t>, 27 29,21 and 30.
Township 9. of rang ? 24.
Given under my band.at the General l.a-d Offioe,
at the oity ol W ashington, October 2". Iat?.
THOS. A. HENDRICKS.
00 22 wISw rnnimiimmir.
^EXTLEMKN'S V\ INTER GLOVEsT~
P. J- STEER. Merchant Tailor. No. 48? 7th at.,
f-as iust reoeived from New York another
addition to his large and e'egant itook oft
GENTLEMEN'S GOODS.
(>eniletnen who visit his store may rely onl
fanding ever?thins in his line winch they re '
quire, and at the most pleasing prices.
Partioular attention is invited to a hue lot of ?le
gant WINTER GLOVES, juat opened.
de?l f"3?
\|!NK, ML'SKRAr, COON, OITER.andall
1*1 descriptions of raw fKlNS purchased at the
highest market prices.
LEWISSON'S FI R STORE.
de 14 eolm S<>2 Pa. av . bet. 9th and loth sts
[\ L W FURNITURE STORE,
We are now reooivtn* our Fall atock of FURNI
TURE aud HOUSEF URNISHING
GOODS, and ae ling lower than any othet
house ,b Washington. We would invite all V^PI
to call before purchasing Our motto is. I 1 I
"Ociog Sales ac-J Small Profita."
OiJ I umiture taken in exu'iar.ge for new.
JOHN UOiVrZ Jt ?RO?
an y ir t>dd Fellov a' Hall.7th st.
fl i n e
of *v*ry kind its tocton,
and
RECEIVED EYERY DA Y%
AND SKKV10 DP
IN EVERY STY LE,
At tk* Skort**t None*, mt
LLOYDS
NATIONAL &KSTAURANT,
Southeast corner of 7th and E atreeta.
If IMm
SCHOOL OF DESIGN AND MECHANICS'
INSTITUTE.
P. NENNIN6. Primcipal.
IMsaa ? * ~ -
inc.* Fi
Mondsi
9o'clock, in the third
of 7th and F atreeta.
Terms, 93 per montH. in advanoe.
TrmTelfi' Pir?fry.
ftiiomrffOf or *.?
W BBT,
SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
WINTER ARRANGEMENTS.
TWO THROU6 H TrTFn'S ARE NOW RUN
DAILY.(except Scrdav.)
FROM WASHJXkTOS FOR THE WEST.
aa folk-iri:
1st. MAIL TRAIN itsrU it 7.4i a. m.. (Sundaj
excepted.) corneot.r.g oloeely at W asmngton Juno
lion, for Cumberland n-.it Peidmont.
ltd. THE CINCINNATI. ?1-L LOUIS AND
CHICAGO EXPRESS CONNECTION leaves
Washington at S p. m., reaching Ciremnati at 9jn
pm. next da?, an<t connecting direct It wi'h K.ifrm
Train (br Louisville. Cairo and tt<e Soatowest. aac
for St. Lorn*. Kansas, Ac.
To view rae brand Mountain Scenery of the Road
ib day ight. take either the 7.45 a. a. or 3.40 p. m
trains from Washington.
For Parkersborg and all Stations on the North
western Virginia Road takettieS 4" p. it. Train. Fot
Marietta and Cincinnati Ranroad take the eame.
Throui -I Tiokeu and Baggage Check* to ail a Bar
ter?. and every other poaai^.e facility will be loan*
apon this route.
WAY PASSENGERS for the Mam Stew of the
Baltimore end Ohio Ra:.r<<aJ will eave Washing
ton aa followsi *
For all points between Washington Jaaotion ax
Piedmont take the 7Af> a. m. train.
For aii Station* between Piedmont and Wheeiioi
take the 3 4? p. m.Train. To oonnect witA the Fred
eriek Train take the *.40 p. m. Train.
FOR HALTIMOrITaND THE EAST.
Leave Washington for Baltimore ate 10 and 7.41
?. m., and 9 40 and 4 35 p. m. On Sunday at 3.4* ?. m.
ohlj.
Leave Baltimore at 4.9n and t.W a m. and SJO and
1.9) p. m. On Sunday at 4 3" a m. only.
The 7.45 and 4.35 tra ns only will stop at way eta
t:oi.a ard for Aunapo.is connections.
The7 45a.m. and3.4') p. ni. are the chief connect
ing trains for the went, and the 6.1V. 7.45 and 3.4*
p. m. tra na for the eaat.
For further information men ire at the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroid Ticket offioe, Wash.ngtou.
T. H. PARSONS. A tent.
W. P. SMITH.
no 27 Master of Tranportatioa. Ua.timoro.
w hALL ARRAXG EMF.yT.
Washington and Alexandria
A Boat Every How from Each Plat*.
The Washington and Alexandria r-teamboatB wilt
hereafter ra>i regularly from the foot
of 7th street, VV nahington. and King]
street. Alexandria, every hoar from1
eacn p.ace, (rom tX a. m to7!tf p. m . at follows :
From Wnsiiington?Steamer G*"'0. l'AGfc.?at
?.K, s.an't It a. m., 1.3, a. a?d7i? p. m.
/mm Washington?Steamer THOMAS COLL
YEK?at 8, loa. m., 12 m., 3, 4. and 6 a. m.
From Alexandria?Steamer GEO. PAGE?at
av. 8.10 ?. m.. 12 m , ?:>?. 4 ai.d 6 a. m.
From Alexandria?Stoam? r THOMAS COLL
Yf.R-at 9. It a. m.. 1. 3, and 5 p.m., exoepi
Tuesday anU Friday moraines, when the Colly et
will run her regular trips to''Mount Vernon, a?
heretofore, and om:t bar tnps betwe< n W aanngtoi
aixi A exandria from 9a m. to 4 a. m. ?nly.
Ti e t.\ a. m. and 21% p. m boats from Alexaa
dria conueoi with *t he trains of the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad lor the North and West.
The 61% a. m. and 1\ p. m. boats from Waahmgtot
oonnect with the trains of the Oiarge and Aiexan
dria Railroad for tfrw Sonfh and Southwst. se 8
T I C E TO TRAVELERS.
N?1
XF.Vr A RRA XO EMK NT.
With Greatly lirpreved Schednle.
FROM WASHINGTON DIRECT TO ALfc
PARTS OF
THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST,
Via Patamac Steamers and Ktrbaaaad aa?
I'etemac Railread Line.
Two fast da''y linea from Waakiajttoa far th*
Sotithand Southwest. Bo*ts leave their bertha, foot
of 6t:i street, at f?H a. m and 7 Mip. m. Pas*engera bi
tho morning t*oa> can obtain a hne break fast on hoarc
and enjoy a pieaanntsail of 3*{ hours down thebeaa
ti ul Potomac. pKssjnt n fu<i viewol Mount Vernon
Ky tl>e cveninc !>oat they insure a good supper and t
reat of four hoars in coinfortaMe berths or atate
rooms, and arrive in K ichmond la tune to eonceo'
with all the trams for the South and Southwest.
The Great Southern Ma*1 la conveyed over this
route, it l-eir.g 44 miles shorter and 1??0 nn.es laas
railroadn e <ha:i by any other route,
niak'r? certain oonn?ctiona to ?
FVt'lturk'tuTK, Hick-r.ond, and r*t?r."bmrg, Fa.
Wtldcn and Wilmington, X. C
CkmUttom, S. CAiguua, U*orgi?,
Alomigcm?rf and Mobils. Ai*.t
Diriet to X*w Orhans amd ail So%tk*rn Cititt
a*d Townt
Alao, correct at Richmond with tha Danville
Soathside. Virginia, Tennessee, and EaatTannea
aee Kailioada Fox thk Sowthwbst to
Danvilbe. Briatoi, l>a.ton.
Chattanooga, Hnctavilla, Memphis,
Lyr.chbarg, Rnoxvi..e, At.anta.
Nashville. Grand JnnetioB,
Montgomery, and New Orleana.
For through tioketa and furthar informatioa of
the route, inquire at the Southern Ticket Oftoe
No. y<2 Penn. avenue, one door east ol Krowaa
Hotel, or on board the t>oata. loot of 6th atreat
GEO. E. MATTIN6LY.
an 16 lr (L'cmn1 Ticket Agent.
N
EW ARRANGEMENT!
GREAT SOUTHWESTERN ROUTE
Via Orange and Alexandria Railraa4.
FKO.H WAS111NOTON t ITT, D. C.
VIRGINIA. 'TENNESSEE,
GttOKGIA, ALABAMA.
MISSISSIPPI, LOUISIANA,
ARKANSAS, and TEXAS.
THROUGH TICKETS oan b* obtained at thi
GREAT SOUTH WESTERN RAIL ROAIi
OFFICE.corner of Penneyivania avenue and 6tfc
atreat, Waahingfon. on txjard of the S'eam Ferry
Boat George Pase/or a' the oftce of the Orange ana
Alexandria K&ilrc&d, at Alexandria,
TO
Richmond, Danritle, Lynchburg, Bristol
KnojrviHe, Daiton, Atlanta, Chattatioofa
Nashvillt, HtrntzvilU, Grand Junction
Mrmphis. Montco-mcry and New Orleans,
By a direct route, ana continuous railway ooonea
ttona to Memphia.
Affording greater Erptdtite* and Cowyfort an<
being over 3<0 tnilrx skortir than by any other route
Tho ateain f?rry boat George Page leavea tha foot
of7th atreet at 6)i a. m., for Alexandria, where fas
sergera take the aua for Richmond,Char ottavilla
Staunton, W hite Sulphur Springs, \\ oodstock. A a.,
and at 7K p. m. for Riohmond and all pointa South
weat. making sure and elcae coaneotiona to Mam
phia.
Baggage Wagons and Omnibaaea leave the oRoa
Pa. avense, at C o'clock a. m. and 7 a. m.
JAMES A. EVANS, Agent.
ilock a. m. and 7 a. m.
.AMES A. EVANS.
Je 17-tf Washington.
JJNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
Only Regular Line, and Without Fatlur,
ft Eight Temrs.
FOR CALIFORNIA AND OP.ESOM,
Via Panama Ravlxbax.
Regular Sailing Day*, Stk k of ?a? A menti
Cawtiow.?So many frauds and lmpo
aitiona of various kinds have been lately
aorpetrated ?-r. traveleralMinndtoCALI-1
FOUNIA.that tho aubaciber,the orlj aattionze^
agent for pa.isagoNy the U.S. Mr.i! I. ne, via Pans
ma. in the oity of New York, leeia it hie daty tc
caut.. n all persons seeking paad*ge to Caitforna
that, to avoik ;Mro*:7toN. they muat t?e careful tr
find tfcetrue oflloeoftha Steamships of tue U. S
Mail Lire, via Panama HailroaH.as no other ofllo*
in New York is authorised to engage pasaage.
The Companies have only one office in New York
which is at 177 Weat *treet. corner of Warren at.
fronting on the North River, at the iiead of the
Co to r m. y 'a W harf.
U r Ooaerve my aign over the door.
ie 13 J. W. RAVMONB, Agent. Nov York.
The pacific mail steamship coir
PANY.
One of the Steamshiba of this Company, carrying
the United States Mai! lor ACAPULo.
C A LI FO R N I A.ard < IK EGON, Icaves^Z^D
Panama twice eacii m-:ntl?.cntheairival^^^^^?
of the United States Mail S.S. Company'a steemera
Which leave New Oneansand New ^ ork regularly
on the 5th and 2"th of each month with the mails
and passengers, connecting via PANAMA RAIL
ROADS.
These steamships have been insDeoted and ap
proved by the Navy Department.and guaranty
and
The Panama Railroad '47 milea lorg' is now oom
Cleted from oe>an toocear., and la crossed in 3 or 4
ours The tiaggase of aassengers is ehaeked ir
New Vork through to San Franoisco.and paaaengen
are emlerkeu at I'n'iama i-y steamer at the oom
pacy's expense The mor.ey paid in New Yorl
ooverg all expenses of the trip.
Reserve steamers are keat in port in Par.an.a anr
San Franoisoo. to prevent Jetention in caae of acci
dent, so that the route is entirely rtlia6J??no failare
having occurred in eight years.
Passengers leave Panama tue same day they ar
nVe at A.'pmwall.
Conductors go through by each ateamer.and tak?
change of womec and children without other pro
teotora.
For through tickets at the loweat ratea apply al
the Aie..cj. 177 West street. New York, to 1. W.
RAVMuS D,?or to ARMSTRONG. HAR R1S A
Cf?.. New Orleans.?cr C. L. BARTLETT. Boa
ton. ivSS-tf
Frank t. sands, mo e rta k a/T
Gakv;?o> Stbut, Navt Yaid.
Funeral calla attended to at all boura. Keepe
constantly on hand rvady-made Col-?
fina of alt kinda. and every article re
tuireo in hie lino.
All orders from the oonntrr attended to with
prompti.esa ami on moderate terms. Alao, farm tare
neatly resair?d and vrvrmahed. s?30 6m
JW. PLANT, VXUEKTAKEK, No. 411 Tti
? street, between G and H, keepe t
oonstantly on hand ererr artioie re
aoired in hia line?a fine Hearse.
Patent Corpae Preservers. A c.. *c. His charges are
moderate, and his attention instant on call, any hoar
of tha day or Bight. Haoka 1 Brushed for lanoralBM
lowest possible rates. ae t-ly
I. Q. C.UMAI. C. I. MOTT. I. L. aWTKT,
I AMAR, MOTT A AUTIIY.
ATTORNEYS AT-LAW,
Hollt fpimi.Mtaa.
Will praotioe in the Htan umrt <-t Krrnrs aa4 Ap
peal a at Jackson, ihe Fedeiai Coart at Poatotoa,
theCourtaof the Seventh Judicial Diatnot of Mia
aiaaippi. and will attend to the Collection of Claima
tkrouhoBt North Miaaiaajppi. ?? u.j/
UTHK ONLY A RTIOl.K
NRIVALLED IN N4IIKT,
w.m iiiuii
HOME AXD EUROPEAN DEMAND.
The r??"r. why, it that tj Nat u re's c?r prtceea
it r?etores th? nittira! rr+nr p*?ftrvrent|y after it. a
ha r txonntM (raj: the cetera. Ha.tie.end
tAll* m.tkea it arow i.n M d heads. rfmoYW all du
drul!. itching and timi from in arst p. aeiMs and
tou?a ? f lie WVW,e*al :|tua I>?rri a.. i rn out |iN4
ache, ai.d ma> t?e rr*:p.! upa?r. to rare a'! diseaaea of
tl?r?*ir*<l harr : itwtli atop ?nd ke?ap if troaw faj;
IBC ?i. tnaktul i*ft. A?<t?l??
and i' ?f?! by *he jouni two or thre? tine* a ?wi.
it will never fall or lewmr gray;ihe?. tnader. read
the loliu wing and judge |vr yourse v?? :
Xn Tom. Iu (, Wl
Maasra. O J *c?r I H.vi. ( hoi 1 ?
??<?4 ?wl tko*! rrr?>> .r ? Mat ?f1*? ny
hatr *?? n* <jai:e *ray. I tna<1a Bp mT ?>???' ?? lay "?t4a the
prqidim a hick. I, In ollk a giaat atuf para?.a,
liaJ >I| BHirr i i pa'aol aardiUaas. ??< ? aL-aat il?t
I (? ????? ' 4 c?'i.( ;? ?r art r a. ti tr?t It f?.r V.) aall
T>a mtH h ?a )#n an rary hiu( irt?r> HtMt I ?M ory I II
I 4?4 m. Ml !n |Mtlr? is )??, at wa|i u f?r tl>? ?r< sra(?
mat.i aaWa B>; l?v a ray ?? I ?? It t who M?:nf
n> < i r-Ja4i<a wlUaout m* r?*?<ua f. rwinti II mI4- ara aa
witltag la gi*r fin Rm*r<Hrv*tn*l Ml MM haaafhtbar
pro r.??4 )?? kMl friK !M||| artlar t??'ra,'<(l a I writ*
yr ? thla 'altar arhirlt yt? Mat alwa to aa j t?'k at a a mm
dlran Ilia* to aia I t artht' p. ao< ? ho a* la aa4 mi af
Iba K T. * t"? Rati nc Lai b lal ?t?nta?ar> it|
*y balr la B'w ita alaral ra.ler ??<+ t?ipr???l It ay
paaraa.a oto ?ar battif gtaaaiar aat ih*ftar, til atrk
aora baaltt-y looktsc
I at. yaara ra-pai IfBry. latar Jmin.
Ooraar mi (Maabla a?4 Oarrol. lit, IraaUytt
Lwaanat tla , Fit. K. IW
ra?r. Waot-raartir; T ar Malr K.atoratl? a hoa tin
? ark |a?4 la tblt pa-1 the coi atra My Ml. baa M?
alUblly 4lnlll>kit| lor at-ara |talt raaaa-tf I aappaaao,
ftaa ||'(I| tar a whan I ta> ftilr an It-faaal. I h it Uat
aalnf j< ar Malr laatma'f*a tr>r aft * ala. aal I Hat ftat t
haaa a (aa I aal al hair ?>??? nflhr. a Tat ha- la( aaH all
other raara !*? krvwn. to a.- M i I I ink II tba at. al rat
aakla raruaiy at'h aihalaMl a-ir'a- all who ara atlrM
that ar?j In I.H yoat ra?a?1a. tot ran r?h !?). thla If yaa
Alak froftr. Toara *r . I W I:i>i>htm
rail^aatti rata, "apt t INI.
Taer W?o? - Daar air : Tr?r Malr Kaaioral' ah|>T*<l'|
IW!! l.'.ckly lanafl- 'al t.> tna Tl'? fn-at. a I al?" tU* harfc
rirt<fuiy ?t'l >lai?'t l<*' lit r?Tartti|?m It. ( rl, Mia.
ha - a aaH ha I I aao half pint W tttaa.'t ynar R*-atarf|l?t. at 4
ne w |ia op a*i iiylata ? n all atti44a4 aUha yrau ?r|
crif c>f y<*ti>| I air, aa4 liar Ir at la alar ractolat 1 a Irtafl
I lava Ir ed altar |>ray?lt: ana a ithaaal aay Lot.*ni * l.al
avor I IVi k fiodi mt . tra |4r?orat rf -mn -? ati< a. I -aa
Ia4ace isa: y ??!?? ra In try tt T-?ara. raa^-fr'iy.
D B. Tuohtl M p.. Ho. M? \ lat .tt aat
The Reatorative t put hp in taottiea of three ' I't,
r.x : .aic?. nietluiii! ni d nita: ;?heaina<i h< da S a
p:r.l a-<1 rctoi h f>tr 4 ! per fie it etl.D'..: h da
kll?Wlt* pit' can'. tr. ?re :u MMtra thar ?h?
retai n for $1 per l* t' e. Ih? l?t*e h(a .i? %
7inart. 40pe'eenl. more in p oporfon, and rrtaila
(?r $3 a t*?t'le.
O. J. U(l '1)A CO.. rropnetora.S 2 Hr>>vlwit
Nr-tr k ork. (in ll<e creat N. V Wira Km mt k?
taMiahniriit.'an l 1 4 Va.kei ?tr?c', "t. l<o?it. Mo.
And avid by alt kikmI ilruniMi ami i at cj Urv.-la
(Valara 17 Sm
HAkT>H<?KNI?'? CI KK Al.l..
THE 0RKAT PAIS A XNIHILATOK.
AND KKMKHY H?K l?vjs?| PMIA WUK
STOMACH AN1> VVK?k HOWKLS.
FHtPAHtO RY A CHEMIST.
Bottlr* 12. tf> an?l so oeMa and one d'> lv.
THKGKKATtST I)I8C(*VEBY IN MKUICAL
9C! K NCI* .
HAIITSHORF.'f* CI'KK ALL ahon'd kept
IB ali faininea in eaea of acoidenta or audden aiok
nera.aa it frequent j o .rea in icea titna ttj* it re
tu raa to get a pnyaioian.
It curea pain in an? part of the ayatem and is aaed
?Iternnlly and inte'narT
117" Aa the freanent chancaa of the weather pre
dnoea bad Cold, Kheumaueir. Pain in the Lim^c
and Body . alao, t?t:li Neok-erer? peraon aoou d
?eta hottie. It acU spun the Nervea, Muro.es,
Sinewa. R ow and Ilouee ; ar.d, t y ita warmiut a ee
tromacr.etie power, expe'.a al. puin Irom the ayatem.
Set a hottie and try it.
N. B.?If yon have a Crwift;. rrs H A R Tif
HORNFS PfcCTORAL frVkUl* t?K WILD
CRKKKV-U u the t>eat Co?*h Strap lb ta*
World.
lf_Toa are B..io?a. tae H ARTf*HOK Nfc'8
ANTI-BILIOl'f PILLS. Theyac' npoai tha Liv
sr, Mon.jcn e.r'l bcwfia, oarryinj oil ail Di.e and
Fool Seeretiona.
Ti.e a*<oTe raedic:aee to he hnd at a<i Drut Htoraa
in Waah nrton c:U ; Ki'iwe 1 A Ciaoeil at 6eor(?
town : H. Peei A Co , Alexandria. oc II tr
p C R II T I A N SYHVP,
a Ot, PaoTtrTKD
aelatien at Prete&ide ef Iran (ernhtaed,
Havmc aucceaafully pitar.l the ordeal to whiali
Lew d.?o>ver;ea in the Materia Mealioaare
autjecled. muai now t>e rcoe.ved aa
aa eeiaMiahed medicine. Ita
kfioacT ?n Caring
1)jr*y>rp*MB. il/rrfimi 0/ Ik* Ltrtr, Dr?y<y,
JVfam'jit, Jtrourkrti' aa / Cta'tnylig* T-?
tftadri, UnorttfT'd S:atr e/ tkt B'.ood. B?tl*,
Scurry, TA* Praiit*ting //trd *f Lrai er
Afrrrary. (im?rnl ltebiltif. and *11 Dutm'ti
wkick require n Tmir am4 Alter*!tea Mtdtcme,
ta beyond aueatioo.
The Proofaof ita ethiwey are ao mmerona. ao wall
anthentiCLted: and of anch peculiar
oharaoter, thai auflerera cannot
raaaonab:y heaitate to reomva the
proflered aid. /
Tha PEKCT1AH SYKVPl
doea not proteaa to be a Cure-all.!
hat ita rnrje 1a extenaive. h?cauae\
many diaeaaea. app^retit^y unlike
ara intimately re'ated.and proceed
inc from one oauae, inat he cared
h* one remedy. The c.nsa of diaenaea lor wtiieh
the Syrujp providea a cure, i* preoiae y that which
haa ao often haffled tlie hicheat order of medioaJ
skill. The fao'.a are tangible, the witneaaea aocea
aihla.ard the aalety and 'rticact of the !<jrup incn
troTertibla. Thoae wh<> tr>\y v ik for an opinioa
from diemtereated peraoi.a reapectinc the chamrter
of the S>rup mr.not fa.. t?> lie pniiahed aim lite fol
lowing among numerous leatunonia a in the handa
?f the Agents. The aignaturer %re tiicae of *e:,t e
x.en well kiown -n tue cu ir.MUL.ty. and ol the
higheit reapectai>ility :
Caao.?Tb? t.1 iar?l*na^. harlt r axparlat>ra4 tha heiaflriol
tgarh of lha ?? Paio^lati Wyrop." d.a aoi katllalt to rtoa
nan<t II I" Lb* atttntlor of ilia pabllc.
Fmm oar nat Hftrlto" a* tall aa *r<a tlx laallBoof
ot olboro. trhoaa luialltcanra an4 Inia^ttty ara allopntbar
anqc*aU?nablo tra t.ara mo <t..abt ?f Ita ?fH<-a?y la <a-aa of
Inrtplant riaaaa?a of tb* ' tt(< at.4 Hr'virl ,al r?#araa
l>yap?|>a'*. I.lvar f'otrplalnt Dnpa>, Matrtl<ta ??- InfaaJ
lla a1a-la ?i oi l l>a It rra4lh!a, t?t Irju ll.a li *1 rl.arartar
t>r tliooa who littt a li'.aaaal llian. a?<*. lia-a tabotrtral
Ibati lotllotoar. aa trr 4? nara. to lla r"ai..ra*1?a j.. war.
K?r Joita riKar. ?t. 1'Hotar. C iMoat,
Ttotat A. Diimt. r ara a Haaot,
K H gt??it.s g. D. Jaaaa C. Pita,
liarn Hit.
It la wall know 11 tha: tha m*41rtaal effbrt of PrototlOa af
Iron la I oat hy aaan a aery hrlnf ai^aara to air, an4 o at ta
?alntaln a aolatl<>a of Pmliir<4t ol Iron, w thoat fnrthar
asl4atloD, baa b'?a <leaMo4 iBapoaall !c. la lb* rararlaa
9yr?p. II It daalrabla point la allalnod by coaaiatnua i? a
an aaroar imaowa. a-id tbla ao utloa nay rap ara all lha
prnto car b* 1. a lot cl'.ralaa, au4 kaitrataa of tba kaurla
Madloo. * A Harna, ta. a.,
Aaaayar to tba ?lata of Maraa'-I.naatia,
I* a tiatOM atraet. Bnalaa
For sale by Draggiata generally. Price for large
bottles, 92; medium siged bottlea, 91.
N. L. Cl.AKK A CO. Proarietora, Boston.
For aale in Washington by D. Gdman, Special
Agent; Nairn A Palmer, John fehwartge. L. M.
^mith, V. Harbaugh, H. H. McPbersor, F. It.
W'alah, Joaepn Han . Jas. H. Stoiia, J. S. l.oeejoy.
Dr. D. B. Clarka, 1). Ridgely ; and in Georgetowa
br R. J. Ciaaell. and i. L. KidweH. ae 1% 6m
THE BttfT COIGH SYRtP IN THK
WORLD.
The heet roiTU H SY R L'I* IB the world ta
hartshornf's pectoral byrlp or
WILD CHERRY.
Tins article la prepared r>y a eh?miat. and ta pro
no u r ead bt med.oa. men. and thoae who hare used
it. to be the best preparation lor Cet??k?, Cn'<ii,
C*'*rrk, frasrlifii, Ho<t??rar**. .Sera 7'kreaf
from * ( eirf, ana a preventive of tbat lioa of dig
e&s a. Tea <titnr<t<m.
Parsons a ho sirg shon'd use it. It is p eaaant to
the tas'e, eof?ena, clears and etrencthenr the voioe,
allays all irritation of the thtoiu and .ungs.ana rre
vent* taking coid.
Ba ttles aS and V> oenta and fl. Sold h* all
Droggiais in V\ aahicgton, Georgetewn and A ei i<
dria <>e 11 -tt
WHEN IN THE COIRSE OF HIM AN
events. I.adirsacl Gert.??n.es "'*e dcecl'r.eir
treat eat cat ara attractione?a tjr.e head ot batr? it
iiecHimes a matter of eencua inipor?ar.ce. and the
aaestico ic what ehall we do to ?v.i tiie Ka.r (ma
!a ing oil, and rettore ita r.gor aaxl oenntj _ln re
?ai' ing on, an?i reatore ita v.gor and bo?intt In re
fly tothie inro.at l>eg Ir a*?.try UN BAR Rl!*'
HAIR PROMOTER AND fXPROVER. A few
^:ioa! one *? jl et^p the liair fa j rhreak r.g,
novo i ar?iruC, keep fie rony e ran and w
i mipa.r; frerhneea and f:g..r to the ha.r; aid
Mpil
remove
?m ?
although yon maj tiarp r^en tAid twerty yaara. the
oontinued use of ;wc n.r>rtlis wiil .nsure yoe a
uxcriar t uea.1 of ha.r. Cail and get a bottle, and J
not aatiefaed, afre: <i?ec;occd apLdicaticn, retire it
and get the pri?e paid.
l(k r
^ . K? ll'? ?' ?<? u. UII..-4A1, l?rug
6*^?tXf Hot* f aad ft.
>1. CLARK, Draft.st, etrnw Oi street and Pa.
? '?nae
apl W
^?OUGBS. COLDS, HOABSEN ESS. Aa.
The prevalence of the above* complaints at this
aeaeon cenerally has theeOect of l.rir.cns oet a host
of profeaaedly cew specibca. anal while ioim are
cttod. mart are aee eae. and olbera eren dangeroaa.
The wisest eoarae >o pursue :a t<i consult your tani
.ly physician, or otherwise nee only such rernei! eg
is long public eiar riei.oe has prttved to beaafe ai d
eflioaaioua. iiftn a akarae er is TYL*1 R't*
POUND SYRCPOF (ilM ARAHIC tir.gina
? y the favorite preeer.p'iot: of sr etr.. ei t phtsioiaa
t miod became a popu'ar renaedy.aed haaaontiaaea
to enjoy agrowinc reputation liar the la*t iwei.ty
years. In oasea o?coinmiaij Colda. t'oagha, A o.. it
tela like a uharm. ?.t:d ic Ch-on>o C?ee. Kroi cbitta.
W hta<>picc ? ough Croea. Asthma. It dce'gn, Ac.,
>te suroesa m ncpara'laU-4. and atoat will teat.fr vha
hare used it.
I'rioe JS ori ta and oen'a per bottle.
Sold bt Nai'n A Palmer. Chaa. J*t?iit. * e , *V%ah
.ngton ; C.aaei ?>eorgetown ? Peel A Stevere. A.
ezandria; where it nma !>? had a'ao. fair eaaiiverience.
?n l?a?g?f!ger fall Price !>H and ^ cert a a ho* ?
gm-WB aa "Tyler'a Gam Aralnc ''(anch Candy
l)rt>pa.'* a* an eieg^ t. p.eaaam ai d oit.oar ?ua Pal
lO'M.ie I oxengethey are unsurpaaaM. no 11 3n.
RKAD. BKL1EVE. AND IMPROVK VMJI
Hf ALTH.-Ma.lam M??l NT'S t%a>eanipf ?a
l>eetroyer. acta mtsina. t on Coutna. Co da Aath
T.a. Bronchitis, and Coi.auit-Btion. In taaea of
colds one or two bottlea will eflect a cure at a < oat
tf W cents Peraoaa f oasal' aec ions have ordered
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Street and Penn arenae. da?
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