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V?. XXIV." WASHINGTON. D. C.. THURSDAY, AUGUST 11. 1864. N2. 8.573
PERSONAL.
tifD it Br i)ARBlr h iiMma iQti mk _?-A i
) {tWHO ff And E tJm?I in If
adviser cao be suited by calling oa hi ja. ao6-iia* f
pRIVATE COMPLAINTS Ate trfat#* '*{**?*
r^w^,L*0?fcnJ0rj^,r i6ti?r- ?* ?*. wrx)? A oa?.
4 > 7th 'treet. Sep^aae raoma/ar patients. Of*
Crs open day and night, au Hm*
Madams aholiab woolb rbspeotftjl.
It announce to her friends and tine puhlia
generally, that she ia bow settled permanently in
Ecus* Wo. 34fi C street, between \)4 and Mb sts k
Ialand. where she ia prepared to read. Wall ?h<)
require it, the Past, Present and Jfutore. B-fein*
up impressed medium. she is able to advise an J
foopwl with safety upon all matters; aSpeciiily
bD>ine?? matters; or in fart. anything of Import
,.L^i*9 75 cents; Gewtleaaen fl.2fl. Can be
consulted from 8 a m. nntil 9 p. ro. aa 6-lw*
EXTRAORDINARY POWBUT-Mrs I. SMITH*
?j> Clairvoyant and Test Medium, 2-W 4th street!
a Pew doors above I street, with the aid of spirits
examine* all kinds of disease* iiees yottr dsad ?nl
living friends; describes them. gets names- tella
character: reads the ffcture. Advice about bn.s
ness, SitliwgtZ. jyw-lm*
TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY."
f> CAPS MAT. "
'???
TXAW?T JERSEY
At 6 a. m., accommodation dne at ?n^
At Ml, m.. express dua at I* ? ?' ?*?
At 4* a a express dne at 8 p ?'
Returning, leave Cape Mav?
? a. m. express du<*,at9K a. m
11.49 accoiamodatioB dne at *li b m
8.1" P. ? express dneatSV p m"
nJw ears a^dltb?^L^lnte of c*rl1 or *>?****?.
ImV?' ererythin^nrst-class.
* 20 3m J. VAN RENSSELAER, 8np>t.
BALTIMORE AA0 OHIO BAIUtUAO,
On and aftarSunday, Jan* 19th, 1864, Daily Trains
J tp? Washington and New York
and Washington an* the Wast, as follows:
FOB PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK. AND
B os ton.
Leave Washington at 7 30 a. m., ll.ia *. m., tnd
f.JB p m. daily, except 8anday.
On Sunday at *.30 p. n. only. .
FOB Ba L TIM OliS i?7Q PHIL ADSL PHI A.
^Leave Washington t p na. daily, except Sob*
?*nJ?T"5in note that-, b runs as fa*
as Philadelphia only, ?
FOB NEW YOB&.
Leave Washington daily at 6.39 p. m.
THj train uJor N*w York pnssniKtrt ixcltaiotlf,
J?OR BALTIMORE.
Leava Washington at 6.30 a. m.,11.15 a. in., 3 p.
m. 4.46 p. m ,7.2Up.m , and 8.30 p. m.,except Ban
Oa Sunday at 7.30 a.m.. 3 p. m., and 8.30 p. m.
FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST.
Leave Washington at 6.30 a. m. and 3,4.45and 9J6
p.m. daily, except Sunday.
On Sunday at 3 and 8.30 p. m
Ticket* sold to all pointa WE3T, and bagtan
ducktd lATOUfk.
FOR ANNAPOLIS.
Leave Washington at 6.30 a. m. and 4.48 p. m.
daily, except Sunday.
No train for Annapolis on Sunday.
Trains leaving Washington at 7.3*> a. m. and
6.30 p. m. go through to New York without cJtansi
Of rart.
Sleeping cars on 6.30 and 8.30 p. m. trains. Bertha
ean be seemed until Bp. m. daily at the ticket of
fie#. After that hour they must be secured of tha
sleeping ear conductor.
The first and fifth trains stop at all way pointa.
The 3 p. m. train stops only at Bladensburg,
BeltsTille, Laurel, Annapolis Junction and Belay
House daily, except Sunday.
On Sunday it stops at all way points.
PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Pacsenger? will please observe that the 3 p. m.
train runs only a.? for as fhilndtlpkia daily, wtpt
Sunday. On Sun,lay it runs to Baltxmortttnly. Also,
that the 6 Jo r. tn. train taJcts N*\? York passengtri
onlv.
For further information, ticket* of aay kind.
Ae.. apply to OKO. 8. KOONTZ, Agent at Wash
lngton^or attne Ticket Office.
? u W P SMITH, Master of Transportation.
L. M COLTC. Oeneral Ticket Azent. je 20-tf
QRiAT PENNSYLVANIA BOUTB
*0 TUB
NORTHWEST AND SOUTHWEfiT.
ON AND AND AFTER NOVEMBER 14TH
trains will leave Baltimore from tha North Cal
vert station as follows:
Tut Mail at? ? .9 JO A, M.
Harrisburg Accommodation 3.00 P. M.
Lightning Ex press ? 9J0 p. M.
THE 6 30 A. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON
connects with the9.20 a. m. train from Baltimore
for Pittsburg and the Weat.and for Blmira, BafT
alo. Rochester, Dunk irk .Canandaigua. and Ni
agara Fall?, and for New York eityT ,u*V41i,*
THE 7.20 P. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON
connects with the 9.30 p. m. train from Balti.
more for Blmira and tha North and Pittshur*
and the Weat. "
BLEEPING CABS ON NIGHT TRAINS
BOLDiras' Tic**ts at OovsaHiiBST Ratis
ONE THROUGH TRAIN Oli BDNDAY.
LOW FARE AND QUICK TIME.
fc^For tlekets and aay information apply at tha
offica of the Great Pennsylvania Ronte, corner
Penn. avenue and 6th street, under National Hotel.
Washington. J. N. DOBARRY.
Superintendent N. O. R. a.
_ ^ A E. J WILKINB,
,,Pu" *nd Ticket Agent, ?or. 6th st and
y ? Penn. avenua.
DENTISTRY.
QRNAL DISCOVER* IN DENTIBTRT.
THtk Extract* witktMPvin with tkt Mukrtu
tract?U)<'ca?lTat Dr! taetb to a?
JSd htT* ^hem Ukea ?ut b? new'
and harmless process. Also call andl7^^VW%
examine the Doctor's new and
proved method of Inserting Artificial Teeth If
yon wtlVha^them'?" ln,f?OT*ment in his taeth
llth and uth streets. 'F 1 aT*ntt#' Mtween
_DOTU. 8. R, LEWIE, M. P., Dentirt.
M. D , the lavantor aad Patantaa
of the MINERAL PLaYe TEETH, at
tends personally at his office in
eity. Many persons can wear theseCTTTWfit
teeth who cannot wear others, ??it ' ? 1 ^
parson can wear others who eannot waar these.
Persons calling at my office can be accommodated
vi* ? *tTl* "d price of Teeth they may desire,
?Jt JT ~ 1," ?*?tionlar and wish the purest,
cleanest, strongest, and most perfect denture thai
can produce, the MINERAL PLATE will ba
more fully warranted
Booms in thi? city?No 338 Pennsylvania avenue
pliT 1014 Also, 907 Arch st?
Philadelphia. mar4-ly
JUM4 IMPROVE v^ttp it.. n .
^^^^^^^^aight by the nse of the cel-^7^^9|
abrated Pbbblb and Pbriboopio Bfbotaolbs,uni
versally acknowledged as the best for Strbboth
???u? Pmsbbtibo the impaired Eyesight,
ACo'SIc,^ ?0rreCtl7 'aited' b' ?^Nk?i^
24 4 Pennsylvania avenue^ bet. 12tb and 13th at?.,
avenue, under tha National
PHOTOGRAPH ALBCM8, CARTES DE VISITER
is * rr,mt Tl^iety. and at tha lowest prices.
0N\TIJE ATTACK AND DEFENCE OP
O out posts; London.
L*ndy's Elements of Fortiflcatjon; London,
w/ l?0?*r^.Don?u,,,4,n Fortidratinn; London.
dt,ri " ,lr,t8ystem? RimU-r; Lon
Tlie Modern System of Fortification, by Thomn
? i mber: London.
Field Works, by Tbos. Kimber; London
Hyde's Kortiflcation." London.
Lendy'Fortitication; Londoj.
Mahan'a Field Portihcation.
Duane's Manual for Engineers.
an ? _Jt FRANCK TAYLOR.
TH!STiff TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri
ber b" obtained lrom the Orphans' Courtof
Washing'0"! eonnty, in the Di?trictof Columbia,
letters o, administration on the personal estate
of Caspar T\. Ca'per,late of Wa-?hinyton city, D.C.,
dece^ea,' A)1
persons having clams against tha
said dec^a*ed are hereby warned to exhibit the
?a^e^With the Touchers thereof, to the subscriber,
op/y ^?fore the 3Kth day of June next: they may
fkla'TJ'e .by 'aw be excluded from all benefit of
faid estate.
j . _
Given under my
A. D. 1864.
?r my hand this 28th day of June
fjea law3w?| MARY CASPER.
TH18 " GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri
ber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of
Washington eounty, i? the District of Columbia,
Jl!t!rV w tbL*i ,*?!#al estate o}
John hroitn* l&u* of Washinctoo citY 1) (1
deceased. All persons baving claims against the
aa(d deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, tothe subscrib-r,
on or before the 3<>tn uay of July next- thev m??
otherwise by law be excluded benafiT of
the said estate.
Given under my hand this 30th day of July i<vu
an l-law3w? H. O. JAE.ER.'
ri-'HISISTO GIVE NOTICE, Thitth^bscrl
I ber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of
Washington county, in the Distrietef Colnmhia
lett<*raot administration on the personal estate of
Auseph Reynolds, late of Washington couaty B
C.,deceased. All persons having claims agaiuai
the said deceased, are hereby waraad to exhibit
the same, with yoacbers thereof, to the snbs.-r|
bar, on or befcra the 3nth day of Jnly next; they
?aay otherwise, by law, b? excluded from all bane
ate of the said eatate.
Given under ay hand this Sf'th of July, 1864. .
Test: Z. 0. ROBBINS.
aul taw^w* Register of Wills.
80K1 BE ^ WORKS .?La Bohemiaaaa, 36c,; Ber
trand at Ratren, 26c.; Jaahat,25c.:GusUva III,
??.; Le Manage aBfantin, 26c.: Philibert Maria,
?c.;La piua beau Jour de la Via, 25c.; Le Vieu*
Mari, 26c.; Les Contas da la Beina da Navarra,
36c.; La Camaraderie J6c.; Le Moulia de Javalla
: '"IL beuraau, 26o.; ba
JKrWii?Sw5iy.?"lu~- **? *?4"""
IBM FEAN0K TAYLOB
AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DATS.
pY J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
CLIFTON) OH THE HJIIGHT8 OP flBflPflin
&?ssd?&sss>
?&s?iM^ffartatsasRSf
day of Apgnet next, at 5 o'clock in the ito.V?n
on the premises. fcor the informmtni^f '
who lDiTnut be familiar wlih Clifton bat who
may desire an attractive miburban roridence com
binid?;the ad van tag js of city and eonn?rv\f?r
ftato that it it situated in the centre of
,ful and celebrated HoightiZt
contain* about forty five acres of Ian 1 hrThi* *
proved by the late ?ro^:etotanl jVn1 l m_
within the last six or iCrcnVears wUk^fi,vk?*
??t fruit .nd orn.menN,?tr^a, V^MV,cei'
I lent dwelling bouse of nine or ten room? vj, nS*i
I ?*er 8 c^tiajre detached, large barn, staples rur!
?-her appropriate out buildings
wnh ?ood fences lit arly all 0f ilinn new It i.'
SVrSiP''^
Linthicum and Mrs. Boyce, and is elevateri
commanding a view of all or them, as well ? of
the picturesque valley of Rook Creek th? riff nf
WMh.ngton, the 0 efghts oFiSuBgto?." n'd^thi
Potomac rivt-r. The view ot the city of Washing
ti.?.aw,M th* valley of RMt Creek,i7?ce^5>
wfik'^Mw11 u within * we trt y ml nates'
walk, ov. r a brick pavement three-fourths of the
tifctance,of \he railroad st.eet caw rantf ?? ft?m
Georgetown to Washington. For salubrity *ei,h!
borhood. access to t,wn and city?and b<C, of
situation, jtrs unsurpassed. ,'M'y,,lua ?eauty of
Purchasers are invited to view it.
rh,^CT.mV,(.Mlle' as prescribed by the court, are
?- ,e P?rcbRS0 H'>ney in cash, and the
residue at sij% twelve, eighteen and twenty four
month.1 ruin theiday of sale, to be secured by the
purchaser s tends. with surety. bearing interest
from the day ,?f saie, and a lien on the premises
and with power of resale in default of payment of
my of the deferred payments
Title perfect: It has passed under mv own ex
amination professionally, several times within the
last>*rty five years, oncbangeof ownership
It the terms are not complied with within five
days from the day of sale, the property wilt be re
sold. on one week's notice in the National Intelli
gencer. at the cost and ri?k of the purchaser.
Stamps, deeds, Ac., at the cost of the purchaser.
W RKDIN Trustee*
Jy 27-eoAds J. C. McGUIRE A cd., Aueta.'
SAL, 0/ CONDEMNS!) H0R8ES AND MULES.
Chief Quarttrmasttr's Office, Washington Depot, I
Willh. .nM ^SHIk,':T05- P- C ? <
.i. mOW at ?abl" auction, at tne Oorrali
DO on' wanvilafia v th?e cily,of Washington,
on wtnvKsn A V . \ *a*"nt 10th< >?4. and
on ? JtDJiEfDA Y. Angust 24, 18tM, a lot of
HORSES AND MGLKS,
ct>?denined as uutitfor public service.
Terms cv>h, ?? Government funds.
Sale to commence at It) o'clock a. m
?. ? 0. H. BDOKKH,
. ? . Brig. Gen, and Chief Quar'ermaHrer,
jy 28-d Depot of Washington.
jpROPOSALS fOr MATERIALS fo* THE NAVY".'
NavyDbpahtmr.it, I
Bvrtatt of St'am Engineering, July 10, 18t>4. S
N?2tS?.F?frr>8*!9 to fu?!',b materials for the
Navy for the fiscal year ending June J?, 18?, will
nntsVm Bureau of Steam Engineering
CHi? day of AuguBt next at
at which time the opening will be commenced.
V.?U8i be ??*orned " Proposals for Ma
terials for the Navy, that they may be distiu
fo tbe*Chiefof e8VSlteM' aQd <lirected
Th. B"rean.of Steam Engineering,
o ? a articles embrace in the
classes named are particularly described in the
printed schedules, any of which will Be furnished
}u oft*,r' OI? application to the
commandants of the respective yards, or to the
navy agent nearest thereto, and those of all the
yaros upon application to the Bureau.
This division i?tft Hawses being for the conve
nience of dealers in each.such classes onlv will be
t?ynished as are actually required for bids. The
eommannsnt an^ navy agent for each station will,
in addition to the schedule of clashes of their own
yards, have a copy or the schedules ef the other
yariis, for examination only, from which may be
Judged whether it will be desirable to m.tke appli
"I0,1 ^ classea of those yards. All
Preference will be given
American manufacture.
Onersmuht be made for the whole of the class at
any yanTapon one of the printed schedules, or in
co^?sWe^ed"rlUlty ^ they will not be
Upon application to the Bureau, to the Com
mandant of any yard, or to any Navy Agent, the
jorraofotTer, of guarantee, and other necessary
information respecting the proposals will be fur
n:sned.
The contra?t will be awarded to the lowest bid
f?r who gives proper guarantees as requirea by
the lawot loth August, I3l?i, the Navy Department
reserving the right to reject the lowest bid, if
deemed exorbitant.
The contracts will bear date the day the notifi
cation iff given and deliveries can be demanded
from that date
Sureties in the full amount will be required to
sign the contract, m d their responsibility certi
fied to by a United States district Judge, United
States district at torney, collector, or navy agent
As additional security, twenty per centum will
be withheld from the amount of the bills until the
contract shall nave been completed; and eighty
per centum ot each bill, approved in triplicate bv
the commandants of the respective yards, will be
I paid by the navy agents at the points of delivery !
in tuBds or certificates, at the option of the Gov
ernment. within ten davafter the warrant for the
same shall have been passed by the Secretary of the
Treasury.
The following are the classes required at the re
spective navy yards:
KITTERY, .MAINE.
Class No. 1, boiler iron, Ac.; No. 2, pig iron;
No. 3. boiler felting; No.4,gUm packing. Ac.; N >.
5. sperm oil'No. 6,1 insee 1 oil, Ac.; No.7,lar<i oil:
No. 8, metallic oil; No !>, tallow and soap; No l'?,
engineers'stores: No. 11, engineers' tools; No. 12
engineers instruments; No 14. wrought iron pipe!
K?lV.NoU P' ^o-lt>, steel; No. 17, iron nails,
bolts, and nuts; No. 18, copper; No. 19, tin. Ac.;
No. 2D, white lead; No. 2 , zinc paint: No. 22, col
u' stationery; No. 2t, firewood;
No cotton waste, packing, Ac.; No. 15, engi
neers'stores ' f
, CHARLESTOWN, MASS.
I iA 1, boiler iron and rivets; No. 2, pig
hoiler felting; No. 4, gam packing,
robber hose, Ac.; No. 5. sperm oil* No. 6 linseed
oi and turpentine; No 7, lard oil; fco. 8, metallic
, oil, J?o 9, tallow and soap; No. 10 engineers'
stores. No. 11, engineers'tools; No. 12, engineers'
instruments; No. 13, steam pumps; No. 14, wrought
iron *?"?- ' ?? ? ??
buts; No. 2>;. white pine; No.'sT"hemp an'd^cotton
packing, Ac.; No. 35, engineers' stores, Ac.
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Class No. 1, boiler iron; No. 2, pig iron; No. 3,
boiler felting; No. 4, gum packing, rubber hose,
~c- v , ? 8P^rm oil; No. 6, linseed oil, turpentine,
alcohol, Ac.; No. 7, lard oil; No. 8, lubricating or
metallic oils; No. 9, tallow and soap; No. 1), en
gineers' * torts; No 11, engineers' tools; No. 12.
?ngineers'instniments; No 13, steam pumps; No.
14, wrought iron pipes, valves. Ac.; No. is, tubes;
Nn lh fcttinl- Mn 17 i u- c '
rood; No ?, hickory and asn piaV^ "ana
No,2fi,whitepine; No 27, black walnut and cherry;
No. ^ mahogany, white hollev; No. J9, lanterns;
No. .J), lignumvitop; No. .11, drudgeins, pumps,
Ac.; No 32,sour Hour,crucibles. Ac.; No. 33.pateut
jd article9^No. 34, cotton and hemp packings, Ac.:
No. 35 engineer stores.
PHILADELPHIA.
Class No. 1,boiler iron, Ac ; No. 3, boiler felt
ing; No. 4, gum packing, rubber hose. Ac.; No. 5,
sperm oil; No. 6, Linseed oil and turpentine; No. 7,
lard oil. No. 9, tallow, soap. Ac.; No. 10, engineers'
stores; No H. 'ngmeers'tools; No. 12. engineers'
,.D8trSB,entRi v ' *T?i*ht iron pipes, valves.
v CiV ?U 5' ? Sf: ,2* 16, "tee,i,N?. 17. iron nails,
bolts and nuts; No 18, copper; No. 19. tin, Ac.; No.
20, white lead; No. 21, zinc paint:* No. 22, colored
paints and dryers; No. 23. stationery; No. 24. fire
wood; No. 34 cotton and hemp packing.Ac.; No 36
?ngineers'btores, Ac. ' '
WASHINGTON.
Class No 1, boiler iron, Ac^No. 2. pig iron; No.
S, boiler feltjng, Ac.; No. 4, gutn packing, rubbed
hose, Ac.: No. 3, sperm oil; Wo.U, linseed oil and
turpentine; No. 7. lard oil; No. 8. lumbei^ No 9
tallow and soap; No. 10. engineers' stores; No ll'
engineers'tools; No. 12v engineers' instruments
No. 13, steam p'ibm; No. h wrought iron pi??.
valfes, Ac.; Ko. 15. tubes; No. 16, steel; No. 17
iron nails, bolts, nuts, Ac.; No. 18, copper; No 19*
tin, lead and line; wo. 20. whitelead; No. 21, zinc
paint; No.?, colored paints, dryers, Ac.; N? 23
stationer^; No. 24, firowood; No. 31, cotton and
hemp packing, Ac.; No. 30, engineers' stores.
Jy 9 W4W
J0BJWH EJYNOLDS A CO. '
FLVMBBSS, OAS, AND STEAM FITTMBS,
Mo. 000 Nim Stiiit, near avenue,
recived. and will oonstanUy keep on
j best assortment In tko city
OuL.'nf v1*?' ?r?ck*t?. Pr?P, Lights, Portablea,
"^Ca and other Shades and all arti
from the beat establishments in
pn ThT mn'.f^ u2 *c ? Whick wiU bo sold
AiwH "SPJlKMonablo terms.
BtovM. aANGB?. VCBZtAOES, and Hn?-Board
? Ho ai
AMUSEMENTS.
CANTERBURY HALL.
MU8IC JCANTERBURY HALL,} AND
H a h l(Canterbury hall. \ theater
Lodisiama Aymui,
Ittar Comer of Sixth strut, Rtar at National and
Metropolitan HottLs.
~ ? ?? Proprietor.
W. E. Cata?ac?h?. ~_~.?8tage
THE GREAT
THE OK^AT
THE GRKAT
THE HRKAT
THE GREAT
?E2TPE 0f attraction.
GEN1 he ?P ATTKACTION.
CENTRE OK ATTRa^IOW,
CENTRE OP A^u
centre op attraction'.
excelsior OrR MOTTO.
EXCISI.STIIH OUR mjtto.
EXCELSIOR OUR MOTTO.
CHASTE AND ELEGANT KNTKRTATNMVKT
CHASTE AND nl.l'liANT ENTKKTAI NMfNT
CHASTE AND ELEGANT ENTERtIInm*NT.
Firiit appearance of
MR. J. n. OODEN,
MR. J. H. Oo DEN,
MR. J. H. OGDEN,
MR. J. H. OGDEN,
MR J. H. Oi+DBV,
MR. J. H. OGDEN,
MR. J.H.OGDaN,
MR. J. H OGDKN
MR. J. H.OGDBN,
MR. J. H. OGDEN,
Better known as the
IRIPn ambassador,
irish AMBASSADOR,
IRISH ambassador,
IRISH AMBA8SADOR,
IRISH AMBASSADOR.
Bavinc Jogtretnrned from Earope.will make his
flr-t apper.rano? i? Wm?hin*ton at th-? abort) Hall
Mr. Ofden ib, without any exception, the best and
most original DELINEATOR OP IBISH
eccbntricities in amkrica
most ORIGINAL delineator OF iri9n
eccentricities IN AMKRICA lniau
most ORIGINAL DELINEATOR OP IRISfl
ecckntkicitiks IN AMERICA
most orig NaL delineator op IRlsn
ECCKNTRIC1TI Rrt IN AMkRkh
MOST ORIGINAL DELINEATOR OF IRISII
ECCENTRICITIES IN AMKRICA,
First appearance of
MON8. SZOLLOSY,
MON8. SZOLLOSY,
WON8. 87/OLL03Y,
MON8. SZOLLOSY,
MONS. SZOLLOSY,
The celebrated Characterise Dancer and Maitre
de Ballet, who will appear with his
UNRIVALLED CORPS DE BALLET
UNKIVaLLKD CDKPS DE BALLET
UNR1VALLKD CORPS DE BALLET
unrivalled OORP8 DE BALLKT
UNRIVALLED CORPS DE BALLET
In the Grand Ballet of
LA FETE D'ARAGON.
LA FETE D'ARAGON.
LA ? ETE D'ARAGON.
LA PETE D'ARAOON.
LA FETE D'ARAGON.
THE QUEEN OF SONG, MI8S
SALLIE sunderland,
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SALLIE SUNDERLAND,
SALLIE sundehland,
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WE8NER SI8TERH,
WE8NKR 8I8TERS,
WE8NER SIFTERS,
WESNER SIFTERS
WESNER SISTERS)
Consisting of
XLLA, MARY, 8ALLIE, AND LIZZIE,
In Iheir Terpeichorean Feats,
MtLlIOAN,
MULLIGAN,
mulligan,
MULLIGAN,
mulligan,
WEST,
WEST,
WEST,
WEST,
WEST,
WILLIAMS,
WILLIAMS,
WILLIAMS.
WILLIAMS,
WILLIAMS.
IN NEW ethiopian ECCENTRICITIES,
ENTIRE CHANGE OF programme EVERY
EVENING,
POPULAR FAMILY MATINEE,
On SATURDAY, at 2 P. M., when the Entire
Evening'* Entertainments will be given.
* ' :
Admission.?Ladies, 25 cent*; Children, 15 centi.
AdmiMica? ? fn jg
flrflhnrtra 90
Private Bene, Eoldin* aiz ftwnm I ?
Tickets for sal* ?t the principal Hotels and Bee*
taurants,
DooreopenatJ e'el oak; ferfcrww# to Ma
MM not OtOMi
AMUSEMENTS.
FORD'S NBW THEATER, 10th Street.
Above Pennsylvania avenn?.
TUESDAY 1VXMNO. AUGU3T 8.
And every Evening during the Week.
? 1NGAGEMENT FOR A SHORT SEASON
of the Original and On'y
CHRISTY'S min81rels,
and the world-famous Coroin Artist,
GEORGE CHRISTY,
who will appear in their Unique, Chaste, and Re
cherche Drawing-Ro< ni Entertainments.
?" 1" JOHN P. SMITH, Business Agent.
VARIKTIES! VARIETIES ?!
Penmpiranfa avenue and 9'k <lw(.
PITZ SIMMONS,..Proprietorani Manager.
GREAT CENTRAL MUSIC HALL. Pablic Ser
enade at rT?-ry Hotel each Evening The coolest
Theater in America. The Great Drama that hnex
cited the entire country,Story of H?art* and Crimes,
THE BELLE OF WASHINGTON; Or, From the Al
tar to the Dissectin* Table. Govern neot Clerk!,
Officers. Soldiers, Workmen of the Arsenal, Work
men i'I the Navy Yard, Firemen, and a!l our fash
ionable Ladies should see this Great Loeal Piece.
The Great Music Hall Entertainments! Music,
Pinkirig, and Dancing. Lovelv Ladies. The Great
Double fhow! Our Three Trouoes will appear.
Wednesday and Saturdav afternoons. Grano. Day
light Performance. All our Fashionable Ladies
present' A'l the Departmental Men present! H?tei
Guests all nB band. THE BELLE OK WASHING
TON: Or, From the Altar to the Dissecting Table.
Last New Piece!
Admission, 25 and 60 cents; Private Boxes, So.
PIC N1CS, EXCURSIONS, &c.
rpHE
SEIGE OF PETERSBURG.
The men hers of the
YOUNG MEN'S ASSOCIATION
will give their
HRfcT GRAND excursion TO GLYMONT,
OS
MONDAY. August 15,18*4.
The committee pledge themselves ih \t no pains
will be spartd to make it a day of enjoyment to
e*ery tne on the occasion.
Two ladies will dance several fancy pieces In 'ull
costume. The Prosperi Excelsior Cotillon Band
has been eogsged. The boat w'U leave 7th ?treet
wharf at 8 o'clock a. m., Blagden's wliarf. Navy
Yard hal'-past R a m.
By order of Committee.
Tickets $l, admitting a gentleman an t lady.
au 11-3t*
A
GRAND SOCIAL PIC NIC.
TUESDAY, August 16,
At the PARK, Terminus Seventh street road.
BENEFIT OF ST. MATTHEWS SCHOOL.
nee to
A
?E^Extra number of cars will be on the road.
Good Music, Refreshment*, Ac.
Mr. Gardiner, the celebrated photographer,
with his corps of assistants, will b* on the ground
to take views, grounds, pic nic club*, Ac.
?^"Tickets 10 cents, children J5 cents; for Bale at
Music and Book stores, and at.the gate on the
day. an ll-4t
Lookout for the stewart Holland
boys !
The STEWART HOLLAND CLUB announce to
their friends and the public that tney in
tend to give their tbird Grand Pic nic at
LOEFFLKR'S GARDENS, on MONDAY,/
Anorust 16th, 1H04. I
Tickets Fifty Cents; admitting gentleman and
ladies. The Committee pledge themselves to snare
no pairs or expense to make thi i the grandest Pic
Nic of the season.
A favorite string band has beon engaged for the
occasion. ?
Committee cf ArranitrntitL<
W. Grover, . E. Edward*,
W. Reed, J. Tanner,
au lti-6t* J. Parker.
extraordinary combination!
A MUBIC ! DANCING ! FIREWORKS !
SUPPER AND THE FIRE KING,
GRAND FRENCH AND ITALIAN
PIC-NIC,
Will be given at Jueneman's Garden, corner ot
4th and E streets, Capitol Hill, Washington City,
August 11, 1864. Admission 5> centas.
Cemmittte <J Arrangements.
A. Merle, A. Zorra.
F. Uesfosses, P, Vermeren.
8. Velatl, au 5 lw*
A
SUBSTITUTES.
Substitutes i substitutes i - substi
tutes WANTED and FURNISHED, at No.
530 New Jersey avenue, opposite the R. R Depot,
^u K-2t? DOR3EY A COYLE._
^GENTS FORTHEQUOTAOF THE DISTRICT.
SUBSTITUTES! SUBSTITUTES !
N. H. MILLER A CO.,
No. 511 Ninth street west, near Pennsylvania av.
(2ft>TWKNTY-FIVE men for the army, as REP
RESENT AT1VKS for those liable to the DRAFT.
AT THE MOST reasonable PRICES
N. B ? Runners liberally dealt with. Exemption
papers prepared, witn dispatch, by
N. H MILLER.
aul-Sw* Justice of the Peace.
R SUBSTITUTES^
UNNERS Bringing men to my office will he
paid the highest price for good men, either for
the Army er Navy.
GEO. H. CA<*SIDY.
Recruiting Agent for District of Columbia,
44tt 8th street, between
au l-2w* Penn. avenue and D street.
SUBSTITUTES!
o SUBSTITUTES!!
SUBSTITUTES 111
Having been appointed by the Mayor o^ the city
of Washington the ouly authorised agent in the
District of Columbia to procore substitutes and re
cruils to fill the quota of the District, persons
wishing substitutes, by depositing their money
with the Mayor of Washington, will be supplied
with good men at once.
GEO. H. CASSIDY,
446 8th st., between Pa. ave. and D st.
an 1-tw* tQhron. A Rep.l
SUBSTITUTES.?Substitutes bought and sold.
Enrolled citizens had better apply at l?3 I
st., between 2< th and 21st, before engaging a sub.
elsewhere. WiU be furnished at the cheapest
rates. jy2t>-lm*
JAY COOKE & CO.,
BANKERS,
HAVE THIS DAY,
REMOVED
TO THEIR NEW OFFICE.
FIFTEENTH STREET. NEAR G.
0PP081TB
UNITED STATES TREA8URY.
aug 1-tf
or. Mf. SMITH'S
Wild Cherry Tonic Bitters*
TONIC - ASTRINGENT - AROMATIC - DI8IN
fecting-prophylactio.
8old Everywhere.
Ask your Druggist and Grocer for it.
IT WILL CURE
Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
Dysentery, Diarrhea,
Ague and Fever, Loss of Appetite,
Liver Complaint, Jaundice.
The Elixir of life for the Aged. Will give Health
and Beauty to the Young.
This Proph jlactic should be In every family at
this season ofthe year, a* this delicious beverage
can be used vithcat the deleterious effect* o
Liquors. SMITH A MORRI8ON,
it Mm Proprietors,
BOOTS ANB SHOES
T9 SUIT THE TIMES.
We are now manufacturing all aindsof BOOTS
And SHOES, aid eonstanly receiving a sup-,
pl y of Eastern made work of every aescrip- J
tion, made expressly to order, and will bel
sold at a mucn lewer price than has been
heretofore charged in this city for much inferior
?rHcles.
Person* in wint of BOOTS and SHOES of Eastern
or City.made work, will ahrays find a good assort
ment in store an! at the lowest prices. Give us a
call. GRIFf IN ft BROTHER,
ap 8-tf 314 Penn. avenue.
RILLIARD TABLES FOR SALE.?The Subaort
ic her ha* THREE I1R3T CLASS j4. I . w
BILLIARD TABLES, nearly new, f 1 ' *
which he will diaeoae of very lev. 1
Inquire at the Billiard room, corner J
ofllth street and Pennsylvania avenue )e U-tf
F. '? 10 * *
""fi&SiiSfJiiioli** *
MmmZhUn Brown-, J m
r BOOTS
rfi
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS
PROM roilT KEARNEY.
Continued Indian Hostilities? Fort Lar
amie Thrcalei ed. -r1'
Omaha Citv, August 10.?Tbe Indiana are
hourly committing i ew depredations, stealing
stock, burning barns, and killing persons in
discriminately. They were witbin a hundred
yards of tbe pickets at Fort Kearney last night
and fired an arrow at one of tbem. A coaoft
arrived at Fort Kearney this morning, and re
port? passing several trains which bad been
burned, and eleven dead bodies lying by tbe
wavside. A party of two whites were ktlled
at Thirty-two Mile Creek last night. The In
dians have stolen all the stock at Cottonwood
Station, ninety miles west of Fort Kearney.
Th?? Alarm at Fort Laramie.
Fort Labamib, August 9.?The Indians are
getting very bold. There is great alarm
throughout tbe country, and it is feared that
they will attack this point. Many emigrants
have been killed and much stock stolen.
From California.
San Frahoipco, August 10?The Indian
troubles in Utah are all supposed to be at
an end, General Connor having sent oat
tioops. An emigrant reports tbe massacre
of several hundred emigrants by the Snake
Indians ia Idaho. The story lacks confirma
tion.
Sa? Frawcipco, Angnst P.?Acapulco has
been surrendered by tbe forces of Alvarez.
Gen. Uraga has declared for tbe Empire, but
only a few hundred of his men followed him.
A large Liberal force holds Collna. The block
ade of Manzanilia is not enlorced.
Disaster tea Lake Steamer.
Chatham, C. W., Ang. 10.?The propellor
Racine, for Buffalo, lrom Chicago, burst her
boiler la?t night off Rondeau Point, Lake Erie.
Twelve of her crew were lost. The cabin and
upper works of the vessel were barned. All
her cargo of flour, pork, and high wines was de
stroyed.
The steamer Av~n picked up the survivors
and towed the hall to bench near Dealtown.
The names of the crew that perished are un
ascertained^
Foreign Recruits for the Army.
Naw York, August 10.?The Evening Post
coutalns a detailed account, showing how the
city of Boston has been engagHd in importing
men from Europe, to go into tbe army as sub
stitutes and volunteers. It appears that three
shiploads were brought over, for the most part
lrom Germany.
Death of a Well-Known Baltimoreaa.
Baltimorb, August 10.?Adam Denmead,
Esq., tbe well-known proprietor of the Monu
ment Iron Foundry, died here this morning,
of typhoid fever.
Rebel Prisoners for Elmira.
New York, August 10.?Seven hundred
rebel prisoners passed through the city to
dav, from Point Lookout for Elmira, In this
State..
Gold for Europe.
N?w York, August 10.?The steamship
Scotia, for England, relieved the country to
?i?j of ?.'?),o 0 iu gold.
Death of a Consul.
Boston, August 10. ? Doctor Reynolds,
American Consul, died at St. Marie, Hayti,
July 22d.
UNION AMD REBEL LOSSES BEFORE
ATLANTA.
The number of rebels buried by our troops,
arer tbe late battles near Atlanta is officially
announced af follows:
Battle of the 2(ith 563
.? " 22d 2,142
.? ? 26th.... 612
Total 3,317
Of these Jigures we have the official amount;
and General Thomas adds that many more?
ptihaps enongb to swell tbe loss to 3,000?were
buried on tbe 22d, but of which no official
account had reached him, and also that on the
?0ih tbe rebels were permitted to bury 250; and
we also learn that a few were carried off on
tbe 23ib. This will put the figures about as
follows ?
On the 20th S13
" 22 d 3,000
" 2*-ih 675
Total 4,ASS
This estimate is as low as can be made, with
any pretensions to adhering to accuracy; and
while thennmberof wounded in battle usually
s>ands to tbe killed as 7 to 1, the former doubt
less varied from this very materially, in the
late flgbts, as they were hand to bandencoun- ?
ters: but under no circumstances can tbe pro
portion be less than 5 to I. This will give, not
including the prisoners captured, the following
losses: ? J
Killed 4,48S
Wounded .....22,440
26,929
Besides this, a large number of unwounded
prisoners were captured, as any one can satis
fy himself, who will watch the office of Capt.
Goodwin, in this city where they ail report.
Our losses in ibe battles in question were
Ou the 20th 1,733
" " 22d ....3,500
" " 28th 600
Total 5,83:1
We lost ten guns, at tbe first onset on the22d.
Xash exile Union, August 7.
Licenses ior "General Business.1'
Among the provisione of the new Internal
Tax law, in regard to ?'licenses," is one which
was rot in tbe original bill or in tbe House
amendments, but which was put in by the Sen
ate and adopted by the House. The sections in
regard to license specify variousemployments,
trades and professions for which license is re
quired. But tbe new provision makes a whole
sale sweep by declaring that a license fee of ten
dollars shall be required ?.K>f every person, firm
or corporation engaged ill any business, trade
or profrssion whatever, for which.no other li
cense is required, whose gross annual receipts
therefor exceed one thousond dollars." Tbe
application is so extensive that it would seem
to take in all classes of persons prosecuting
business, and render nnueccessary all Uiose
portions of tbo act which specify the parties
requirt d to take out license at the rate of ten
dollars per annum.
As the words appear above quoted they are
extensive in their signification, bat a decision
or commissioner Lewis, just published, ren
ders ibem so general in their operations that
they would seem to embrace the case of every
person who makes more than one thousand
dollaisayear by bis own labor or industry.
In tbe lirst place, be decides that where a per
son licensed to follow a particular business,
also follows ar.otber which yields him more
than one thousand dollars a year from, that
source, be must take out an additional license
If bis combii.ed profits are more than the sum
named, but neither occupation produces one
tbousand dollars, no license is required. So
v ltb members of a firm wbo prosecute other
business than that for which the firm has
license.
We do not think we could do better than
to submit the following extracts from the de
cision : ?
??A license, though procured by a firm, will
not protect a person belonging to tbe firm and
prosecuting an Independent business, nor will
a license to a corporation protect its corporate
members or employees. A man may be one of
a firm requiring a license, one of a corporate
company requiring a license, and, at the same
time, a clerk of the same or of another firm or
corporation, and be compelled to pay a license
fee as snoh clerk. His business as employee
is sepai ate lrom that of the firm or corporation
so lar as concerns Aim individually. The 11.
cense fee is the purchase of a personal privi.
lege, or rather, perhaps, a tax on the personal
employment of tbe tax-payer, and Inures to
tbe benefit of no third person, whatever lp?y
be tbe relation between the parties. The act
regards corporationsin their legal character as
artificial persons, and partnerships aa,quasi
corporaiions having a legal existence separate
and distinct from the individuals by the aggre
gation of whom they are respectively consti
tuted- Instates where the local law allows
a married woman to acta# a femme sole she
will be subject to the license doty if she purw
sues a business which y ields the prescribed
amount. Minors ill frailness incur thi
liabilities for licenses as adulta.
"Second. The business trade, or profession
mentioned in the act is limited to sueh as no
other license is required lor. Bat if a person
already licensed for cme business pursues
another, which yields him more than ens
r+*
, XI
thousand dollar*, be U oblired to pay a ??par
i%??rsr?fl,KS;
of iUelx fields over a thousand dollars. If a
pet?ou should carry on two vr?<j?*-_0ne of *
taller, for instance, 8?a one of a shoemaker?
or should pursue the profession of actergv
man and at tfie ssule time teaofc school, from
each ol which pursuits his receipt* nhotrtti not
exceed one thousand dollars, lie would not be
requirfd to pay a llcenae lee. For, though the
licence is to the parson.it is for the basioese,
and ihe business which demands it most,
without aid from other sources, produce a sum
in excess of that Mentioned in the statute.
I> iff ?? rent varieties, or branches ol the same
Mid of business, do not come within this prin
ciple, and cur* on the part of tte revenue o^l
nac?*ary tocbsliuguisb between wbat
is, ai d wbat i* not, a kind of business different
from seme otbtr kind.
' Among those persons who may be liable to
take licences under this pari-zraph may be
ean me rated ibe followtnr, as example*, to wit:
Clergymen, teachers, farmers, ar lists, board
ing house keejtera, boobkeepers, gardeners,
i umry men, express men, t^mrters. truck
man, bricklayers, bank tellers, presidents and
cas biers of hanks, substitute brokers, painters
aid blacksmiths (when not manufacturer*)
persons carrying on saw-mills, clover, grist or
other mills < when not manufacturer*); super
intendents, managers, areata or officers of
comjaiiies or corporations; tirms, companies
or corporations organized for any busioeas not
requiring any other license, such as railroad
and insurance companies, Ac , ice.
"An office held under the Federal or under
& State Government is not either a business,
trade or profession, in the meaning of the act.
The <xn.mission which the offlaer Golds of the
executive authority, or appointing power, is
bis sufficient iioense."
Tbe decision is somewhat obscure, we think,
in regard to an Important question, what is "a
t.usii ess trade or profession." Ikies tbe law
apj ly to every person who attends to the bust,
ress ol another, or follows a trade, or ia a-?ist
f nt in a profession! One who is engaged in a
business, in the popular idea, Is tbe principal
person, for whese benefit the business is con
ducted, aDd not his subordinates or workmen
to whom he pays wages. XetMr. I>ew(s speaks
of clerks and book-Beepers as coming under
this bead. They are certainly not la business
fur thensflvft any more than a journeyman car
penter. Tbey are on ly assistants, and although
the law may bear tbe strict construction pat
upon it, it is very doubtful whether those who
passed it imagined that It would be carried to
ihe extent indicated in the decision of the Com
missioner of Internal Revenue.?-Philadelphia
Inquirer.
From Mobile Before the Fight.
Chief Engineer I?atimer, arrived from the
fleet iff Mobile, reports that when he left ac
tive preparations were being made for imme
diate ac'lon by Admiral Farragut. He de
scribes Fort Morgan as a brick structure on
the Snmter plan,.and banked up as an addi
tional precaution with sand, so that from the
front it is considered impregnate, but that
being once passed, it can readily be reduoed by
an attack from the rear. Admiral Farragut
having succeeded in passing tne fort we shall
doubtless bear of its capitulation or evacuation
in a day or two
Pknracola Navy-Yard, Fla., July 27.?
News in this region is of trilling importance at
present, as compared to the stirring events
transpiring in Virginia and that vicinity; and
yet were all told that might be, much of &
deeply interesting nature could be given to the
public from this direction.
I left tbe blockading fleet oft Mobile on yes
teiday nocn. The health of the squadron was
good, and all were on the qui vtve for prises.
On Monday night Lieutenant Watson, of the
flagship Hartford and Mr. McKinley, the Ad
miral's private secretary, made a reconnots
sance of the entrance of Mobile Bay in a small
boat trom the flagship. Under cover of tbe
darkness tbey pulled quite into the harbor, and
moved about among Buchanan's fleet of three
iron-clads, which lay close inside Mobile Point,
with impunity. Much valuable information
of the nature of tbe defences, tbe disposition of
ihe Rebel iron-clads, and tbe bearing of their
forts was obtained by this daring adventure.
The boat returned to the fleet at its leisure, not
having been discovered by the Rebels, though
frequently in so clwse proximity to them as to
hear conversation among their officers and men
on tbe decks of their vessels.
The Monitor Manhattan has arrived, and is
stationed within easy range ot the Rebel forts,
watching the movements of their iron-clads.
The Rebels seem perfectly indifferent to her
presence, cr else are averse to disclosing their
weight of metaL, as they bave thus far re
frained from firins a shot at her. She has also
been satisfied with being let alone, and haanot
troubled the enemy with her guns.
Fiwarcial.?The New York Post of yester
day evening says:
Gold opened dull at *255. and after selling at
254 closes feeble at 235 V' The loan market
is easy, but inactive, at 7 per cent. Commer
cial paper is offering more freely, and passes
at 7afl per cent.. Tbe stock market is dull, and
there is but little disposition either to sell or
buy. Governments are steady. Ten-forties
have advanced to 101, and coupon fives of 1865
to 125. Certificates are firm at 9&i95J{.
The subscriptions to the new seven-thirty
loan to-day are reported large. Those of yes
terday were limited. All over the country
these subscriptions are going into the Depart
ment through tbe National banks, and for the
time the loan has been before the people it is
proving a greater snccess than the 3500^000^000
five-twenty loan at its first inception. These
popular bonds, which dragged at first at par,
HTe now selling at lOOj^alOB^. The new loan
will be practically another gdld bearing 5 20
stock at the end of three years, currency inter
est at 7-30 per cent, being paid in the mean
time.
The total reoeipts yesterday at the Sub
Treasury were 91,001,16(1.31; total payments,
$1,422,671.32; leaving a balance cm hand, in
specie and paper money, of ?17,490,133 96. The
receipts for duties to-day at the Custom house
were ?235,941.40, of which 2,(Ml.46 were in paper,
and S233,OQ0 were in gold.
The Commercial Advertiser says:
The stock market was rather more buoyant
thi6 morning, but still lacks spirit Many of
the principal operators are rusticating, and
operations will probably drag until they return
to reinforce the market.
Governments were not so active as yester
day, the demand tor to-day's steamer i aving
been supplied. Sixes of '8l" advanced Five
twenty, coupons and certificates, sold at the
closing price of yesterday, l^arge foreign or
ders lor live-twenties remain unexecuted, in
consequence of the fall in gold, which put the
bonds at a specie value beyond the limit of the
orders
The gold market continues weak. The pres
ent military situation is considered tavorable
to the national canse at the gold room, and the
tendency is to keep down the price.
Between boards stock6 were stronger. Gov
ernments hold their morning quotations. Rail
road shares are j^aji better.
Gold is firmer since noon. AI 1.43 p. m. the
price was 255 U&255X
Affairs in Prince Gkojruks.?A youth
named John H. Sweeney, son ol Mr. Thomas
Sweeney, of this district, came to an untimely
death cu Saturday last, near this village. He
was driving an ox-team, and had gotten out of
tbe cart to turn the oxen, and on attempting to
get up be missed his hold and fell under the
wheels. He survived only a few minutes.
I). R. Dyer, Esq., has been appointed col
lector of taxes for the third collection district,
I in tbe place of Jno. W. l)uvali, Esq., who de
clined to serve.
Tbe storehouse of Mr. Richard Kyon, at
"Croom," In this county, was destroyed by
fire on Friday night last. The primary school
house, in the immediate neighbornood of
"Croom."was also entirely consumed by fire
on Saturday night.
A horse, belongiug to Mr. N. Sweeney, was
stolen from the rack, at "Croom," on tbe same
evening, and part of the gtirrop leathers were
fonnd near the school house. It Is to be hoped
that the incendiaries will be brought to justice.
The finely located farm of three hundred
acres, belonging to Mr. John Bowie, lying to
the west of the hill just a^ove the railroad and
turnpike near Hyattsville, in this county, has
been purchased of that gentleman by Joseph
Bryan, Esq., of Washington city, fbr $21,050
cash. Mr. Bryan proposes to lay off a portion
of it facing along the turnpike for cottsige lots
ahd buildings, to furnish rural residences for
our city folks, after the style of your "Mount
Washington" and "Lnthervllle,M Ac., near
Baltimore. Tbe other improvements in that
quarter make it quite a deslrab'e location.
Several fine residences, with beautiful grounds,
are already there, including those of the
Messrs. Hyatt, and Mr. Guy, of the firm of
Sibley & Guy, of Washington citjr, la erecting
one to the east side of the road. The new vil
lage of Ellaville lies mst fcbove on the pike,
and the lots to be laid off from the Bowie farm
will extend up to that place.?Marlboro' tia
telte, August 10. a '
?EV With the rebel dead and wounded who
fell into our handa attye battle of Atlanta, on
the 2l6t, was a hamdsape yoaag soldier, in a
neat gray jacket and pints. Th* wwr'a leg
was shattered, and awputaHoa. 1W? deemed
necessary. The noble J.00** on
the surgical table, * female!
so many "tender
he"diaroS??*?1* h ,e ?' f '
^ . , fr r " J ! , > i?,
?ar it is related In Paris?a ehetftiaglr im
noral city svirtantly. that a married lady's
io ro*"tftTf5 Is ioifn>m3r>) ear ?>* J |i9<f* t

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