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JUNE 10, 1854. 1 y°- 137
AUxta’a. Gaiette A Vlr*l»i* AdvertUtr, j
Pl'BLbHtB DAILY BY
K D G A K 8NOWDKS.
At Eight Dollar* jvr annum, payable half yearly.
Ale*»»’** Ga*ette A Virgiula Advertiser.
(for the country)
IS PLBUSftaiX, UUIIAU.Y, ON
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS,
At Five Dollar* per annum, payable lu advance.
Terms op Advertising.—Advertisements m*t exovding j
• me square, inserted three times tor one dollar. Advei
tiseiaents continued after three tines, !«»r cents a
iM^uare POR EACH INSERTION IN'IOL. or *•> «VUtS OLTslDt.
Sixteen line's are counU?d as a square.
Advertisements by the year, at prices to l*e agreed up»n, :
having reference to the usual amouut ot space they may |
occupy. , .. , I
Persons advertising by the year not to advertis** articles j
not included iu their regular business, nor to insert iu ,
their advertisemeuts anv_oth» r names than their own. !
-mm WASHINGTON J"—fcl
£32^HjjAND ALEXANDRIA|
UOAi's.—Reduction of Fare to ■> cents.—The
line Steamers GEORGE HAS/UAGTOtfiind
THOMAS COLLY Ell have reduced their bare
to 5 cents, between the two cities, leaving then
berth at DamgeiTield s whart. at ttie usual hows.
JOB CORSON,
n) y >2_:f S. G E L>N E Y, Captains.
_» ALEXANDRIA AND WASH
tyg^JSaa£lNGTON FERRY BOAT.—In con
sequence ot the steamer Union having to lay up,
tiie following will be the hours ot departure ol
the Steamer GEO. PAGE, until further notice,
viz.—
Leaves Washington, at6, “4 9J, 11, 12J. -? T
and b o'clock.
Leaves Alexandria, at 7, NT 10, 114. 3, 5, and
7 o'clock. je •* Tt
FOR B A L T 1MORE.—Thk
^——J>tkamkr '* OSCEOL,i. being in
thorough repair, has resumed her regular trip?
between Washington, Alexandria and Balti- j
mork, leaving Washington, at 7, and Alkxan- i
dria at S o’clock, regularly on Tuesday mommas. •
returning, leave Baltimore Thursday evenings. at
4 0 clock.
She will stop, going and returning at Ia»o- J
nardtown, St. Mary’s County. St. Mary s river.
St. lingoes, Kinsale, Ycocomico, Westmoreland
County, Cone River, and all the usual landings
ou the Potomac.
FREIGHT and PASSAGE at the usual rates.
TW Freight for Baltimore received on Tues
day mornings. S. SHINN & SON. Agents,
rny s—tf Jamie vs Whart.
—mm FOR BALTIMORE.—The mka
• ■ ^11 n m m .■% «k I » > /I l*f k __ _
IUJm M iA 2 A.» L/ l> imimn
regularlv between Alexandria and Baltimore,
stopping at the regular landings on the Poto
mac. Leaving Alexandria evry Monday
morning at 7 o'rlot k. and Baltimore every H ed
nesday evening. at 5 o'rlark. KKhlhH l received !
in Alexandria, on Saturdays, and in Baltimore,
on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
ALL WAY FREIGHT must he paid by the j
Shippers. S. SHINN & SON. Agents. 1
nih IS_tf Jannev's Wharf, j
■pi*^ Si'EAMER COLUMBIA.—This |
^y^^yjg^l'avorite steamer having been put in ;
complete repair, will commence her regular trips !
between this place and Baltimore, leaving Balti- j
more every Saturday evening, commencing on
the lsth instant, and Alexandria, every AAednes- i
day morning, at 7 o'clock, touching at the vari- j
ous landings on the river. For freight, apply to
J. J WHEAT fc BROS.
CF" All way freight, must be paid at the time j
of shipping. ^ dtt
_» FOR MOt NT VERNON.—The
" *airgfrrQ‘,,ll>r days for the steamer GEO. ,
WASHINGTON, for Fort Washington, and !
Mount Vernon, are Monthly, Wednesdays and j
Friday, leaving her berth at Daingerfield s \\ hart, ,
at o'clock. Fare, Round Trip, 75cts.
ap ! t—tf JOB CORSON, Captain.
TTv PHILADELPHIA AND «.
£Uk ALEXANDRIA PACKETS, j
Regular Line to sail positively from earh port every
icerk throughout the season.
Five substantial fast sailing vessels, being now I
engaged in this Line, one of them will sail for
Philadelphia, every week without fail.
Returning, one of these Packets wili leave Phil
adelphia, for Alexandria and the District, every
Saturday, positively, through the year. I* reights
lower than bv anv other conveyance, and no
transhipment, the vessels going direct from port
to port. For Freight apply in Philadelphia to
LEVI ELDRIDGE,
No. 7, North Wharves, or to
STEPHEN SHINN & SON,
ap 1H—itrf Jannev's Wharf, Alexandria, Va.
MOTT BEDELLS n
LINE OF PACKETS, 3*4*
Ixave New York weekly, or oftenrr. if required,
for Alexandria, la., Georgetown and Wash
ington, D. C.
Sohr. Mott Bedell, Fowler. Master.
u Frank Pierce, Edwards
44 Ann D., C. M. Mott
44 Volant, Mott Simonson
4* Pampero, Kendrick.
The above vessels are commanded by experi
enced Masters, and Shippers can depend on their
sailing regularly.
Freight taken at reduced rates.
For turther particular* inquire ot
MOTT BEDELL Ac CO.,
I'M Wall street, New York.
New* York, tnh 25—lawly
FOR LIVERPOOL.—The good 1W
j£22£sian Barqut CARL dCGI/STE. Shultz
master, will have dispatch tor the above port,
having most ot" her cargo engaged. For freight
or passage apply to FOWLE Ac CO. |
my 25.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.—
^J^The good Prussian Barque LONO()\
Albrecht, master, will soon br ready tor freight
either for Liverpool or London. Apply to
,„y m FOWLE Ac CO.
VESSELS WANTED—To load at a
jgJJy^Southern port w ith timber, for the fol
lowing Dock Yards in Great Britian : Wooltrirh.
Chatham, Portsmouth, Devonport, and Pembroke.
lor which high rates of lreight w ill be given,
l Apply to [my 10] FOWLE Ac CO.
f FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.—
JgJJ^The A. I. American Barque ALliERS,
Capt. Dorr, about TiMX) bbls. capacity. Apply to
tF HOW ARD Ac POOR.
-n VESSELS WANTED, to load Coal to
◄ylifcPortlami. Boston. Hartford, Bridgeport.
Providence and Troy, at best rates.
FOWLE Ac CO., Agents for
ray 10—tt" Alleghany Mining Co.
jmL VESSELS WANTED to load with
^Mfedeals from Quebec and the British Provin
ces. lor which high rates of freight will be paid.
Apply to [my 25] FOWLE Ac CO
VESSELS WANTED to load Coal for
£$ifcjtBo*ton. Providence. New York, and other
Eastern ports Apply to
T. J. MEHAFFEY.
Agent C. C. and Iron Co.,
my 22—dim lower w harf.
<3, FOR NEW ^ ORK.— ihe packet schr.
££lWASH1SGTON Smith, master,will have
despatch. For freight, apply to
S. SHINN Ac SON,
my 24—tf * Janney's Wharf.
^ WANTED —VESSELS to load Ti^bTr
. 4£for £ut9nl ports. Apply to
my 26_•_ HOWARD A POOR.
WHITE LEAD.—WASHINGTON T.
HAMPER has received 100 kegs, fresh
tom Ike manufacturer, for sals at low as they
son be "bought in Alexandria.
OT Sign of ths Whale.' je 3
MANASSAS GAP RAIL ROAD,
Weekly to Lurtv].N&&
rilHE CARS leave Alexandria, daily, at /
J o'clock. A. M., (Sundays excepted.) con
necting with J. H. Kemps line ot Stages at
Piedmont. (via) Millwood and Paris, on lues
days. Thursdays and Saturdays, tor Winchester;
and at Wapping Station, (via) trout Ko\al, on (
Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays tor W m-j
Chester, and Tuesdays, lhursda^s and Satur
days, tor Luray. . .
Returning, leave Wapping at l'*j. and I i**d
mont Hi. A M., arriving in Alexandria at ‘gJ,
p \j m. M- W ELSH, Superintendent.
je 9—tt _ ,
ORANGE & ALEXANDRIA KAIL-ROAD.
Tilt CilMPtoT, MO>T COMIOKTAHLK \M> KXHKDITIi'l'S
EOf'TE to THE
WHITE SILPHI R SPRINGS,
Passimj the Alum, Warm awl Hot Fpritojs.
j____
VKKANGEMENTS HA\ ING B E E N
made with the owners <d the new and 1
spiendid steamer GEORGE PAGE. to run be
tween ALEXANDRIA asm WASHING ION,
a distance ot six miles, in connection with the
TRAINS on this ROAD, and the Washington;
ROAD, the following schedule will take ellect.
ON AND AFTER
THURSDAY, June 1, t«H.
A Train trom ALEXANDRIA to GORDONS- j
VILLK and intermediate Stations, will leave
the Depot, corner ot Duke and Jlenry streets,
at 7 o'clock. A. M., on the arrival of the j
BOAT from WASHING TON. giving ample ,
time for Breaktast on board, arriving at
GOKDONSVILLK. at half past lt» o'clock, con- j
netting at that point with the Trains on the ,
Virginia Central Road, to Richmond, Charlottes- [
viiie. and Staunton.
A Train from GORDOXS\ 1LLI TO ALEX
ANDRIA, and intermediate stations, will leave
G o R D O X SVILL K at 11 o’clock. AM.. .
on tlie arrival of the Cars on the Virginia
Central Road, arriving at ALEXANDRIA at i
half past > o’clock,—thus allowing time !
to connect with the Trains leaving WASH
INGTON, for the North, and tor Dinner on board ,
the Boat. _ !
A Train from ALEXANDRIA to WARREN
TON and intermediate Stations, will leave
ALEXANDRIA daily, (Sunday excepted.) at
;< o'clock. P. M.. arriving at WARREN ION at ;
halt past 5 o’clock. P. M. ;
ON SUNDAY, will leave at 7 o'clock. A. M.
Train from WARREN 1 ON to ALEX AN- j
I)RlA and intermediate Stations, will leave
WARKKNTOA daily, (Sundays excepiru,; .»
a quarter before 7 o clock, A. M., ani\ing at >
ALEXANDRIA, at ‘LJ o'clock. A. M.
ON SUNDAY, will leave at quar er past 12
o'clock, P. M.
THROUGH TICKETS.
To Warrenton. .$1 75 To * Lynchburg.$*» 75
“ Gordonsville 3 0(> “ * Luray. 4 2*>
“ Charlottesville3 7.7 u *New Market 5 «»M i
u Staunton.5 40
•PASSENCKRS tor Luray, and New Mar
ket, will take the l'R A IN LEA\ IN l* ALEX
ANDRIA, at 7 o'clock, A. M.. on Tuesdays, |
Thursdays, and Saturdays, connecting with the
stages at Culpeper Court House.
•PASSENGERS tor Lynchburg, will take the
TRAIN LEAVING ALEXANDRIA, at 7
o'clock, A. M . oil Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays, connecting with the stages at Charlottes,
ville.
PASSENGERS for the W’hiteSulphur Springs,
will take the train leaving Alexandria, daily,
connecting with the stages at Staunton.
FREIGHT TRAIN’S are running daily.
(Sunday* excepted.)
Per order: W. B. BRO( KEI l, Agent.
Alexandria, my 3o—tt
/ 1 REAL SOUTHERN MAIL Rol PE —
Twice dailv between Wa>hington and the
.Vmth. via Fredericksburg, Richmond. Peters
burg, Va , Weldon and Wilmington. N\ to
Charleston, S. C., and Augusta. Geo., being the
only route over which the Great Southern Mail
is carrier!. The travelling public is hereby in
formed that the swift and comfortable Steamers
« HJLT1MORE awi rp^ ^
MOl 'XT I A/i’A'GV -Jvrgcrvrrr»jki
leave the Steamboat wharf, at Washington, dai
ly. at A. M. and •» P. M., for .\qma ( reek,
where a connection is made with the ttains ot
the Richmond. Fredericksburg, and 1 otomat
Railroad Company, by which passengers are
conveyed directly on to their respective destina
tions, via Richmond. Va.
The following through tickets can lie obtained
on boaru : _ ,0 t
To Fredericksburg, \ a. **■' *
To Junction of Ya. Central Railroad *
To Richmond. \ a. '[ ')(> ;
l o Norfolk. \ a. ^ nn
To Petersburg. Ya. *' ,M)
To Weldon, N.C. 7 ,)u
To Wilmington. N. C. ^
Fare on the Potomac River, as follows:—
To Alexandria, *:» cts., and baggage l Jj cts.
for each passenger.
To Marbury s $1.
Quantico, Sandy Point. \c.. $1 k
Aquia Creek,
Meals and State Rooms extra.
For further information, apply <>n board ot
the boats, or to GKO. MA M INGI^ ,
Agent, in \\ ashington.
Washington, D. C.. mh -•> —tt
Offick Oramo: iV Alexandria R. R- f ?
Alexandria, Jav. •>. lbf>4. N
MERCHANDIZE lor transportation on this ,
Road will be received daily. (Sundays ex
| cepted.) between the hours ot S o clock, A. M.. 1
: and 4 P. M., at the Station, corner ol Puke and
Henry sts.. under the following regulations:^ i
All articles otlcrod for transportation must be
distinctly marked, and each lot accompanied by
a list in duplicate of the number and description
of packages to be forwarded, and the name ot the j
! consignee and consignor.
Guntowder will only he forwarded under spe
cial arrangement, and must be delivered at the
depot, ou i lie mornings ot' Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday, by hall-past 4 o clock.
;an *C_tf* W. B. BROCK ETT, Agent.
MANASSAS GAP RAIL ROAD.
^ ‘ ^ -
j Jo Merchants. and foncnrdmg Agents in Alex
andria.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY,//*c*27//i of Sep
tember, the lollowing articles only will be
received tor transportation, loaded on Union st.,
(viz.) Guano, Plaister, Coal, Rawhides, Lundier.
(not less than three tons.) Hogsheads ot Si^ar
Molasses. Bacon, (not less than 1000 lbs. each.)
Chartered cars contents unknown. All articles
weighing less than 1000 lbs. each, most he del.v
ereil to the Agent at the Depot, accompanied bv a
duplicate Statement specifying the number, <<”
cription, marks, destination, Consignor and Con
signee. And if articles weighing less than 1 Wo
lbs. each, are found loaded in cars on l "ton street,
they will not be forwarded, but stored at the ex
pense of the Consignor. By order.
seP4_tf M. M. WELSH, Supwmtennant.
transportation office.
Orange k Alexandria Railroad, /
March 20th. 1SA4. $
'XTOTICV.—ONAND AFTER THIS DATE,
1 1 Plastii and Coal found loaded in House
Cara of this Company, will not be forwarded.
Gondola Cara will be furnished for that pur
pose W. B. BROCKETT, Agent
xnh 29
CLOTHIHC«
^•TTNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE
[ FALLr—WM. K. JTWELL, re
members with gratitude, the kindness ot those of -
his friends, who have so generously sustained him
ul his business lor the last ten or tiiteen years.
® is now pleased to inform them, and the pub
lic generally, that he has newly fitted up his es- !
tablishment. which he flatters himself, will in
every degree lie worthy of their future patron
age. His stock he now presents to their notice, ’
comprisesevery article required in a gentleman s 1
wardrobe. His GOODS, lor manufacture. con
sist of English. French. American, and German
CLOTHS and CASSl.M EKES ot the best quality,
unsurpassed in this or any other market. 1 he
finest Velvet. Silks. Cashmeres, Embroidered and '
other Vestings, together with a complete assort- j
nieutot Gentlemen's Furnishing GOODS, which
will be made up to order at the shortest notice.
Promptness and fidelity, is his motto. Also, a
large suppiv of l nder Shirts; tine do Drawers;
Pocket Handkerchiefs: nice do. Suspenders; Cra- ,
vats; Stocks: Neck Ties; Socks; all kinds gen- j ;
tlemen’s Kid Gloves, all color and sizes. A
young man can obtain constant employment n j
well recommended. None blit a good workman ,
need apply. King street, next door to Odd Eel- •
low’s Hall. ap 5—tf
MERCHANT TAILORING.—The subscri- ;
her takes pleasure in announcing the re- !
ceipt of a large and splendid assortment of
GOODS, in his line suitable tor Spring and ;
Summer wear: and would respectfully invite j
his customers and the public generally, to call
and examine the same, as he feels confident that
in his great variety all Tastes may be suited. He
would name in part, black, blue, brown, oli\e
and Dalliia French Cloths; black Doeskin ( as
simeres: Fancy French do.; an entirely new ai ti- . ;
cle, and very handsome; Satin. Silk, and Grena- : i
dine, plain and figured Vestings; Marseilles do., ;
of latest styles; French figured and plain Linen , (
Drillings, a large assortment, all of which he j
will make up in the very best manner and on I
moderate terms. He also keeps Stocks; Nap<>
|eon Ties; figured and plain Silk Cravats; Shirts. :
Collars: Gloves: Hosiery; Suspenders; Silk and
Cotton Net Shirts and Drawers; also a large j
supply of Tailor's Trimmings. His stock of
Ready Made Clothing embraces every article j ^
suitable for the season, including Business and
Dress Coats: Pants; Vests: &c. Grateful for past
favors, he solicits a continuance ot the liberal
patronage he has heretofore received, and hopes
by continuing to keep the best materials, and !>\
employing the best workmen, to give satistac- |
tion to those who may favor him with their pa
V II _..1. .......... ».|,1 tn 111 m Mill llt> i
HOIld^r. * \ l l TTVFirv LII1IU.71VX* ..
made with neatness and despatch. Also, cutting
attended to as usual. W. ARNOLD.
Merchant. Tailor, one door west ol
tnh 3o R. H. Miller s China Store. Kng-st.
V'l RIAL IS ALL WE ASK.—The under
signed have just returned from the North,
with an elegant assortment ot GOODS for Gen
tlemen's wear, consisting in part ot the follow
ing, to wit:—Black, blue, olive, and green twilled
French Cloths,
Do black, brown, and drab Beaver do do
Olive, green, brown, and maroon do
Black Doe Skin French Cassimere
Do Middlesex J(>
Fancy Cassimeres
Light and dark mixed Tweeds
HEADY MADE CLOTHING.
Also, READY MADE CLOTHING of every
variety, usually kept in a Fashionable Merchant
Tailors establishment, and ot the best material.
Which, to gC ther with their professional services,
are respectfully ottered to their triends and the
public in general ol Alexandria and its v icimt\,
io whom they return their sincere acknowledge
ments for past favors, hoping by indetatigable
exertion and untiring attention, to merit a con
tinuance 01 the same. And though prepared to
furnish every aricle in their line, they will as
clieeriully execute, To the best ot their skill and
ability, for all, whose preference may lead them
to select elsewhere, as though they had furnished
the gOO( Is themselves.
ROBINSON \ KEYS.
Fashionable Merchant l ailors.
King street, north side, one door west ot Royal i
street. jan Id—tf
I MFROVEMENT," is the conversation of j
| our rising Citv. and among these, we can ;
conlidently name S( HOOLHEHH 6c Hl\ Ol II- j
Ell of the Great Wester a Clothing House, as one of
great importance.
They would respectfully announce to the Citi- j
zens ot Alexandria. its vicinity.and country at j
laige. that they are now receiv ing their Si-king j
ANi> Si'.MMKU Stock ok MEN S. \Ol 1 H S anu •
BOY'S. CLOTHING ani> GENTLEMEN S |
FURNISHING GOODS, to which they call j
particular attention. I
Their stock ot Clothing, which is universally
known to be one ot Hie best in that line, ot any ;
our neighboring cities, has been improved this j
season, tar more than any previous.
Their stock is larger than ever, and comprises |
an as-ortment to which they dely competition. !
not only with this or any ot our neighboring
markets, but they will and cannot be surpassed
by any of the best houses of the Northern eities. j
"Their prions are such as cannot tail to please: ,
they will alvvavs be lower than the very lowest, j
and' not above New York wholesale prices. For
further particulars, and tor the satisfaction ot
the above statement to the numerous readers,
they would invite one and all to examine tor
themselves. No pains will be spared to give
general satisfaction. This will be tound at the
well known Great Western Clothing House of
SCHOOLHKHR \ BROTHER. 3 doors below
the Marshall House, Alexandria. Ya. mb 11
new tailoring establishment
C. B. GULDEN—(of New York City-)
'1IT01’LI> inform the ci'izeiis ol Alexandria,
W that he has taken the store on Fairfax-st.,
second door north of King street, where lie is now
opening a superb assortment ot ( LO111>, f A>‘
MERES, and VESTINGS, where may be found
Goods of the newest, most fashionable, anti r.chest
styles which the New \ ork market ati'>id>.
It is unnecessary here to mention the diflerent
fabrics of French, English, American, Belgian,
and other manufactures, but merely to say that
the most desirable PATTERNS AND GOODS,
will be forwarded to him a.s they are produced in
New York. ,
Hav ing had charge, as foreman, of some ot the ;
largest establishments in New \ork. and other j
cities, and carried on the business himself, in j
New York, he trusts he can have his work got up j
m such style as will give satisfaction to those who j
may favor him with their patronage.
In regard to skill in cutting, lie wishes to have i
his work speak for itseli. . j
The best of Trimmings w ill be used in making j
his work, and his aim will be to employ none buT ;
the best of workmen.
Merchants and others, who prefer to furnish i
tfieir own cloth, will be as well attended to as i
fiose who purchase of the advertiser.
The French fashions received monthly from j
Paris. ocx '20
P MYLES. LATB of Baltimore—MER
m CHANT TAILOR and DRAPER—
Would wish to inform the citizens of Alexan- |
dria that he has taken the store next north of!
Burrage’s Barber >hop. on Fairfax street, where ;
he has opened a choice selection of GOODS. His
experience as a cutter enables him to >ay with
confidence, that those friends who may be pleas- !
ed to give him a call will feel satisfied, as no ex- |
ertion on his part, such as regards style of work
manship. materials, and the selection of choice crock
men, aided by personal attention, shall be wanted to
gratify the most fastidious. .
Gentlemen wishing their own materials made
up shall have prompt attention.
Fashions and Patterns will be duly received
for the inspection of bis friends, and those pay
ing him a visit;
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, Ac*.
ENGLISH, CASTLEMAN A CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN j
FOREIGN <JL DOMESTIC HARDWARE,
CILLERY.
VRE now receiving an unusually large and
well selected stock of'GOODS, in their line, |
mited to the season.
flyCountry Merchant* are particularly invi
ed to examine our Goods before purchasing, as
,ve are prepared to supply them upon as lavora*
»le terms as they can be procured elsewhere,
mh •
VGRKTLTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Ac.—
We have on hand a variety ol articles ;
uiited to the season, to which we invite atten
:ion—such as
Johnson s Revolving Horse Rakes,
Patent Thermometer Churns.
Eddy's Patent Bee Hives,
Patent and Common Scythe Snaths.
Strain and Grass Scythes. Darby Cheek and
ither Scythe Stones, Patent Scythe Sharpeners, j
single and Double (’oat’s*Rifles, 1 in C ased Water
Poolers, Cast Iron Summer Furnaces, Bell Me- j
tal Preserving Kettles. Brass ami Enamelled do., j
lo.; Hay and Manure Forks: Minor A Horton .
md other Ploughs, with a great variety of Build- ,
mg Materials and other articles usually found
m a first class Hardware Store, all of which will :
:>e sold wholesale and retail, at prices to ple ase. ;
Pall and try. JNO. i. ( REIGH ION A CO., j
C’orner King and Royal sts., Alexandria,
my *>9 [Sentinel.]
\\TK have just opened a large stock ot
\\ C’OAC’H AND SADDLERY HARD-!
WARE, among which will be found
Bridle Bits: Stirrup Irons
Boiler and Bridle Buckles
Spurs; Girth and Rein Webb
Poach, Seaming, and Pasting Lace
Fringes: Tassels: Rosettes; Harness Ornaments
Purtain Glasses
Patent Enamelled ('loth and Leather
flubs; Bows and Felloes; together with a great
many other articles, which will be sold low,
md to which we invite the attention ot* purcha- !
,ers. ENGLISH. CASTLEMAN A C’O. j
_J»Pj_ __ j
G1 HEAT DISCOVERY—CARTER S SPAN- j
| ISH MIXTURE—The great purifier of |
I’HK BLOOD—ThE BEST ALTERATIVE KNOWN—XoT j
\ PARTICLE OF MERCURY IN ANY FORM IN IT.— An 1
nfallible cure lor Scrofula, or King s Evil. Klieu- 1
mutism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions. Pimples (
:>r Pustules on the Face, Blotches, Biles. ( hronic
Sore Eves. Ring Worm or 'fetter. Scald Head, j
Enlargement and Pain ol the Bones and Joints.
'Muouorii i.’Kcis. o^jiuuun ^ ■-. ■ j
'spinal Complaints, and all Diseasesarising trom :
tn injudicious use ol Mercury. Imprudence in
Li'e. or Impurity of the Blood.
The following certificates, selected trom a large
number, are stronger testimony than the mere
word of the proprietor, and all from gentlemen '
well known in their localities, and ot the high- j
?st respectability, many ot them now residing in
the city of Richmond: j
F. HOYDEN, esq. of the Exchange Hotel, j
Richmond, known everywhere, says he has seen
the medicine called Carter s Spanish Mixture.
iidministered in over a hundred cases, in nearly
idl the diseases lor which it is reccommended, |
with the nio>t astonishing good results. He says !
it is the most extraordinary Medicine he has ever |
seen.
C. B. LUCK. esq. now in the city of Richmond,
iiinl for manv years in the Post Oltice, has Mich j
confidence in the astonishing eft'cacy ol ( ar
itr's Spanish Mixture, that iie has bought up- i
wards of ou bottles, which lie has given away to
the afflicted. Mr Luck says he has never known
it to fail, when taken according to directions.
Dr. JOHN MINCE, a practising Physician,
and lormeily of the City Hotel in the city <»i
Richmond, says he has witnessed in a number ol
instances the’effects of Carter's Spanish Mix
ture, which were most truly surprising. He says
ina case of Consumption, dependant on the Liver,
the good effects were wonderful indeed.
Ll\ ER COM PLAIN T.-SA M U EL M. DR IN
KER. of the firm of Drinker te Morris. Richmond, j
was cured of Liver Complaint ol 3 years standing,
bv the use of two Bottles ol Carter’s Spanish j
Mixture.
SCROFULA AND CONSUMPTION.—Mr. ,
RICH. E. WEST, of Richmond, was cured 01
Scrofula: and what physicians termed Confirmed
Consumption, by fc bottles ot Carters Spanish
Mixture. 1
EDWIN BURTON. Commissioner of the Re- ;
venue, says lie has seen the good effects of ( ah- j
thus Spanish Mixture, in a number of Sypli i lit - |
ic cases, and says it is a perfect cure lor that hor j
rihle disease.
WM. O. HARWOOD, of Richmond, Ya, cured
of Old Sores and Ulcers, which disabled him j
from walking. Took a few bottles of C ar- !
tkr s Spanish Mixture, and was enabled to walk
without a Crutch, and in a short time, perina- j
nently cured.
DROPSY CURED.—The wife of Mr. CEO.
W. BAKER, was cured of Dropsy, (lor which
she was twice salivated.) by ( arteu s Spanish !
. • i . ft n. .. . ... '
Mixture. Mr. i>aM*i is a ii'>iucmumiwin- ■
field, county, Va.
Mr. \VM. A. MATTHEWS, of Richmond. Ya.
had a servant cured ot .Syphilis, in the worst form. |
by Carter's Spanish Mixture. He says he i
cheerfully recommends it, and considers it an i
invaluahie Medicine. ^ !
UV'None genuine unless signed by Bennett $
Beers. Richmond \ a.
JlTSold by HENRY PEEL, Alexandria;
CHARLES STOTT, Washington, and J. W j
DYOTT & SONS, Philadelphia. Price $1 per j
Bottle; 0 Bottles for $•>. jan 31—eoly
HA PS, CAPS, FURS, Kc.—Fall Supply.—
The subscriber has opened at his store !
and manufactory, on Fairfax street. No. 2, south
of King, a very extensive and excellent ssort- ,
mentol HAPS, CAPS. &c.. of every variety, and 1
at ail prices, to which he invites the attention of j
his friends and the public. He has on hand a j
few of those beautiful Hats which received the I
premium at the State Fair.
To the ladies he offers the largest and hand- ;
somest assortment of FURS, of all descriptions. |
which he has ever had the pleasure of showing, j
Among them will be found articles to suit every j
taste. . . .
He invites all to call and examine his goods i
before making their purchases.
Bv means of his *Ready Fitter." imported trom .
France, for taking the shape of the head, he can j
guarantee a perfect fit to all gentlemen who,
muv nrih*r their hats ofhim.
I
V OPENED._The subscriber returns sm
ei^e thanks to the citizens of Alexandria and
_ _ i„: _lA»i<rnorl h9VC rftTlOVffl
m/ * •
TOBACCO, SEGARS, c., &,c.
rpOBACCO, SEGARS, S N U F F. Am., at
J Wholesale.— i
991 butts lb. Lump Tobacco, ot the most pop
ular brands
1S5 butts Vs and Vs Lump
325 boxes ^ lb
PS drums Coffroth’s Anti nervous Fig Tobacco
40 boxes Rock Candy Tobacco
S7.U00 superior imported Senars
6s,(mio Riobonda Havana Segars
9b,nn() La Diadem and La Invasion do do
*>5,000 La Galled ad de Lopez do do
4S.UOO Lastras Marias do d<»
12S.<»im of other brands, medium quality
11 Cuba and Spanish Sixes. Am.. Arc.
Merchants are particularly invited to examine
my stock. Having lor many years directed my
undivided attention to the sale and manufactur
ing o! TOBACCO and SEGARS, 1 tlatter mysell j
that 1 can and will make it to the interest of the j
trade generally, to give me their patronage. I;
promise to be satisfied with moderate advances. |
and to do fully as well as can he done in Haiti 1
more or elsewhere. Call and give the nevs i
house a trial. CKO. R. COFbkONL
South side King sb; between Fairfax Ac Water,
mb 1
SKG A RS, C11 F. W1 NG T< >BACC <>, A NI)
SNt F FS, (>F T i 1 E V KRV FINEVF
QUALITY.—The subscriber, at his old stand.
Sort ft East corner of A i/ig and Fairfax streets.
(sign of the Indian Chief, with a Stqar in Ins
vu/uth.) has on hand, and constantly keeps, arti-1
cles of the very finest qualilt, in his line; also, i
medium and low priced Goons. And he flatters ,
himself, that an experience of upwards ol 30 j
consecutive vears at liis business, renders his j
judgment in his line, "some.
If you want good Segars, Chewing 1 obacco, j
Snuffs, Ace., at fair prices, call at the sign of the j
Indian Clnef N. E. corner ol King and Fairfax
sts. [>ep2d] CHARLES P. SHAW.
f | TOBACCO.—30 boxes Irwin's sup. bait lb.
I lump Tobacco
7 boxes Bonn's Anti-Nervous Fig Twist
Tobacco
20 do No. 1 Vs lump Tobacco j
10 do (Wm.C. Daw'son s) No. 1 5 s lump
Tobacco
30 hales Cuba Leaf do
3 cases superior Ohio Seed Leaf do
Together with every article in the TOBACCO j
LINE, for sale low, by ;
I. BUCKINGHAM k SON, j
nov 7 cor. Prince and Union sts. '
WILLIAM A. HAM.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Segars. Tobacco. <$r. \
r|THE SUBSCRIBER has removed his Store
| from King to Fairfax street, next door to Dr.
Jjeadbeater s Drug Store. the old stand of Stabler <y
Rro., and he can with confidence say, that hi>
stock is larger and better than it has ever been: j
indeed, the quality ot his SEGARS AND TO- ,
BACCO is as good as ever was in this market, 1
and he pledges himselt to sell them as low as ,
can be bought in any market, the price and ;
quality considered. ®P «
r I TOBACCO. SEGARS. SNUFF. Kc.—The
I undersigned having on hand a superior
stock ot SEGARS. TOBACCO and SKI FFS.
calculated to gratify the tastes and notions of
all those that make use of the article in any
manner, respectfully invites his friends and the J
public generally, to call at his store on King
street, between St. Asaph and Washington sts. j
and purchase an article to their entire satisfae- >
tion. and on the most reasonable terms.
dec d*mi JOHN W. SIMPSON, j
1)E attentive while yon read, something about |
) the precious weed.—Chkrry rick imiksiii'M 1
TOBACCO, direct from the Crystal Palace.—j
Also. Km;, Anti-Nkrvois. and Rock Candy 10- j
BACCO, with a prime lot of Havana and Phis- !
cii’K Ski;\rs. just received and for sale bv
dec 29—dBm JOHN W. SIMPSON.
OK THE HOAD AG A IK!!
'ZS JF* LATHAM'S OMNIBUSES j
will, on and after J/OA DA I. May
•jv7/77Teave .Alexandria at \. Bj. and 10 o’clock.
A. M.. and 2 and 3.A o'clock. I*. M. Leave ^ ash- J
ington at *> and 1 1 o'clock, A. M .. and 3^\ 0. and [
N"o'clock. P. M.—connecting with every train
of Cars that arrives and leaves Alexandiia and :
Washington.
Passengers by the first Coach from ashing
ton will he in time to breakfast in Alexandria,
and take the Cars for Gordonsville. Markham,
^c. [my 27—tfJ HUGH LATHAM.
A DAMS & CO.’S EXPRESS to WARREN l’ON.
HAVING assumed the management of the
Eximikss BrsiNKss, in VV arientoii, the un
designed assures tlie business community, and 1
the public in general, that the same promptness j
and despatch that characterise the Expre>s in j
other places, shall be found on this line. Mer- j
chants and others will find it to their interest to j
patronize this line. Goods tmm Philadelphia in
40 hours, or from Baltimore in 2s. All goods
11 • a* 1 .1 ..1 I .....J /,ivi nra
CalllU 1**1, Illiu 'i* 11 » I *-vi II*-*- *'■
E. L. FAN I', Agent.
I" AM piepared now to forward goods on the
Orange and Alexandria Railroad to Warren
ton. and in a short time will extend it to Culpep
per Court House. Drafts on England, Ireland.!
and Scotland, for sale in sums to suit, from XI i
upwards, payable at any Bank in the I rii’ed ’
Kingdom. HI GH LAI HAM, i
mh 10—tf Agent.
VDAMS A CO.’S GREAT EXPRESS he j
tween Alexandria. Halt more. Philadelphia, j
New York. Boston, and all the principal cities and
towns in the Union.—The citizens of Alexandria
are respectfully informed, that the arrangements
lor our Express, are on an improved and enlarged
scale. Our cars now leave hulliniore three turn s a ,
day tor Alexandria, conveying GOODS, of all j
descriptions, at very low prices, and unrivalled ;
speed. Our charges from Baltimore to Alexan
dria for heavy freight. Dry Goods. Ac., are at
rates very little (if any.) in advance of the ordi
nary freight lines. Merchants and othersorder
ing by us. will save the cartage, wharfage. Ac., I
in Baltimore and Alexandria, an important item. \
The merchants in Warrenton. Middleburg. j
Uppervilie. and surrounding country, will find ’
it to their advantage to forward their GOODS
by our line.
All heavy goods will be taken from the
Philadelphia boat or stores in Baltimore, and j
delivered at the store door or Railroad Depot in
Alexandria, lor 37$ rts. per ewt.
Our European Express tor Liverpool, London, ,
Dublin. Paris. Havre. Ac,. Ac., leaves twice a:
week. Packages. Ae„ forwarded. Bills payable
in any part ol England, Ireland, or Scotland, tor j
sale at this ollice.
You should bear in rnind in all cases to order ,
by Adams A Co. s Express.
HUGH LATHAM. Agent, i
_tf Alexandria. Va.
JOHN T. EVANS, respectfully informs the i
Ladies, that he has just returned from New j
York, with one ot the LARGES I and BESl
ASSORTMENTS of BONNETS, e\er offered
in this market lor sale—>uch as ENGLISH,
FRENCH and ITALIAN STRAWS, NEA-1
POL IT AN; PEDALS, Ac. ALSO, a good as- j
sortment of RIBBONS. , i
Boys and Gentlemen's HATS,of ali kinds, Ac. *
my 5—-tf _____
ANOTHER FRESH SUPPLY OF FRUIT*
Just received by the Brig Abbotsford,
; from Palermo : ,
120 boxes Oranges and Lemons, in good order
175 Sugar Loaf Pine Apples
80 drama Figs, of a superior quality
And a lot different kinds fresh NUTS
1 frail of African Dates, for sale by
: my 25 £ SCHAFER, Fairfax-straet,
•• r ih-Io Ned li*«l no hajr on th.* t- p of his head.
In the place where the hair oujrht to i^row.
he lived previous to the discovery ol
LYON'S Celkhkatkd KATHAI.RON. which not
only pre.-erves and beautifies, but le-tores the
hair at any period of lite. Only those who will
not try it. are troubled with Baldness. Dandruff,
or harsh, unpleasant hair.
from the Sew York Home Journal.
••No aiticle ever acquired so rapid celebrity
and univer-al appreciation.as L\ ON S KAlH
AIKON. To those who have used it (and who
has not) the reason is obvious, as its invigora* ^
ting and beautilying edicts, and agreeable Per
(time, stamp it an indispensable article of the
toilet. '
Sold at t’ne old price of 25 cents, in large hot* ;
ties, by all dealers, everywhere.
D. S. BARNES. Proprietor, »
my j:;—d\clm DU Broadway. New York. .
Entire satisfaction seems to be given to
all who make use oi Si ABLER S ANODYNE
C H EK K V EXPECTORANT and DIAR
RHOEA CORDIAL. At least such is the asser
made bv sonn* thirty odd ol The most re- j
special)!e merchant- of Maryland. Virginia, and
North Carolina, who -tate that they have never
known any remedie- to he so efficient as those in ,
the diseases lor which they are prescribed.—
This, allhough very gratifying, is not singular.,
when it is remembered that the reci|>es from j
which these medicine.- are compounded are in
strict accordance with medicinal science, their
component parts carefully selected from pure
and unadulterated drugs, and approved by bun- j
ilreds of experienced physicians. For Coughs. '
Colds and diseases ol the Bings and throat, the!
ANODYNE CHERRY EXPECTORANT is!
believed to !>•* unetpiaUed. while the D1AR- .
RHtKA CORDIAL is the best remedy known
lor di>eases of the bowels. See descriptive j
pamphlets, to he had gratis of the agents.
Price for each, only 50 cents, or six bottles
lor $2 5o.
E. H. STABLER & CO., Proprietors.
Wholesale Druggists. Baltimore, Md.
By all Druggists in Alexandria, and by
merchants generally, throughout Virginia,
je 1—2w
"rj-H ENRY'S INVIGORATING COR
DIAL :—The meritsof this purely vegetable ex- j
tract for the removal and cure of physical pros
tration. general debility, nervous affections. \r.. i
are tully described in another column of this j
paper, to which the reader is referred.
*2 bottle: 3 bottles tor J>*5: six bottles for 1
$D> ^ dozen.
Observ e the marks of the gentine.
ID' Prepared only by S. E. COHEN. No. 3
Frank!m Row, \ me Street. neiovv r.ignm, rnn
adelphia. Pa., to whom all orders mist be ad
dressed.
For sale by PEEL & STEVENS, Wholesale
Agents tor the State ot Virginia, to whom eiders
trom the State must be addressed.
\£jr A liberal discount made to the trade and
dealers. ,
For sale also by W. H. GILMAN. Washington
City. D. C. jan *27—diy
1)11 EBE C. SMOOT, vs. JAMES R. SMOOT,
kt. al.—At May Perm, IsdT—Circuit
( ui kt for Alexandria Coixty—"And it is
further ordered and decreed that the accounts of
Phebe C. Smoot as Administratrix ot the estate
ot James E. Smoot, deceased, be referred to one
of the Master Commissioners of this Court lor
settlement, and to make report thereof to this
Court, as well of all outstanding debts due from
the estate ot James E. Smoot, deceased, and that
in taking ot said accounts, the said Master, shall
b\ public advertisement ot thirty days, notily j
and warn ail persons having claims against the
estate ot the said James E. Smoot, to appear be
tore him on some certain day. to be fixed in said
advertisement, and prove their said claims."
Commissioner’s Office. May 24th. ls.'»4.—
Notice is hereby given, that, pursuant to the or
der ot the Circuit Court lor Alexandria County,
parsed at May term. lsf>*t. from which the fore
going is an extract. 1 shall at my office, "Ex
change Block, m the ( ity ot Alexandria, ut 2
o'elork. A. 3/.. on Monday, the 2(\th of June next.
proceed to take the accounts directed in said or
der, when and where the creditors ot the said
James E. Smoot are warned to present their
claims legally proved.
Given under my hand the date above written.
JOSEPH EACH ES.
my 2”)—eo.’Jt&wtd Commissioner.
I LEI AM R. GLASSCOCK. COMM IS
SION MERCHANT. Alexandria, l a..
begs leave to iniorm bis triends and the public
generally, that he has recently taken the old i
stand of Kimuiklok & Smith, rormr of Prince
and { nion streets, o/>j>osi!e Mel eigfi if ( hamherlam,
and immediately on the Rail Road, where lie will
be pleased to see and serve them, w ith more plea
sure and promptness if possible, than heretofore;
having advantages now in room and location.
_i..i.u. i.
» I 1 1 Cl » ti 4 I «1 » • I « I'M ’ •
Order* filled, and goods forwarded always with
care and despatch. WM. R. GLASSCOCK.
Rkkkkkvks.— Rev. Joseph Baker. Wincliester;
|)r. Geo. Rust. Luray: Col. Wni. A. Bowen. Rap
pahannock Station; Reed Ac Jett Woodville; A.
R. Freeman, Gordonswlle: Sam'l. Shacklett. Har
risonburg. je 2
1ITM. W. ADAM, Ai/ig Street. JUexnm1ria,\
\\ has on hand, a choice lot ot WATCHES.
JEWELRY, and SILVER WARE, of the most:
exquisite workmanship and pattern*, to nn ex- j
arnination of which he would invite the atten
tion of his friends and strangers visiting the city.
All GOODS «>old in my establishment are war
ranted to be as represented at time ot sale.
Having a large stock on hand, persons will have
no diiiicultv in making their ‘elections.
Competition in quality and price will he defied.
Personal attention given to the repairing olCiiHO
nomktkks, JHtllx. Lkvkk. and other line Watches,
which are warranted to perform accurately.
fiT JEWELRY AND SILVER WARE
made to order, [my2fi] WM. ADAM.
SOAP AND CANDLE FACTORY—The
undersigned having rented the Soap and Can
dle Factory, lately occupied by Samuel Lunt,
deceased, on Union street, will at once commence
manufacturing Soap and Candles, and respectful
ly solicits the patronage of Mr. Lunt's formei
customers. He will buy Butcher's Tallow in the
rough, or rendered, at the highest market price.
lie also wishes to engage the services ot a 1
first rate Soap Maker, a single man preferred.
dec 14—tf J. H. MONROE.
jf
EGROES WANTED;—I wish to purchast
any number of NEGROES, either in tami- |
lies, or single Negroes. Also, mechanics of all ;
kinds, for which I will pay the highest cash
prices. Person* wishing to sell will find it to j
their advantage to see me or rny Agents before j
they sell. All communications will meet with j
prompt attention, it addressed to me at this place,
jvl*—tf JOSEPH BRUIN.
IIOR KENT —A large YARD, containing j
^ about 23,000 feet, fronting on tnion and J
Duke streets, well adapted to the Wood and i
Lumber business.
ALSO, a large COAL YARD, with wharf!
privileges. Enquire of
JAMES GREEN A SON. |
If desired two Frame WAREHOUSES •
jjj£may be had with the Yard. my 0
1 GRAIN CRADLES. 500 Harvest !
1 *J\ / R*kes, ®nd a ^arff a^ock of Grain and
Grass Scythes, Sneathes, Whet-Stones, &c., for
•ale by fje 6] R. S. HUCK. Fairfax at.
JUST RECEIVED, and for sale, a fine assort
ment of FLY NETTS. Give ma a call,
my 31 WM. F. PADGETT, Kinf-§tre«t.
MISCELLANEOUS KttAunu,
[Communicated.
TO MEMORY.
Oh, Memory ! we love thee, for thou cans t
portray,
The lov’d scenes and faces long since pass’d
away,
And we turn to thy mansion, where’er we may
range,
For it is there, and there only, we see not a
change;
Since their trace hower’er gentle, time cannot
efface,
The halls of fond memory in silence they
grace,
And their adamant firmness, and primeval
bloom,
Cast both scorn and defiance, on Death and
the Tomb.
Should sadness come o’er us, by instinct we
seek
For a picture which to the affections can
speak,
And whose dear, loving smiles seem so fresh
and so fair,
As to comfort our sorrow, and banish our
care.
Oh! Ilow often at twilight when sitting
alone,
We look on the bright blaze lighting up the
hearth stone,
As one moment it dances and plays on the
wall,
Then it flickers around till the long shadows
fall;
It is then that thy footsteps fall soft on the
ear,
And we welcome thv presence, our solitude
cheer;
Should sorrow o’ershadow thy calm, placid
brow,
Even then we can meet thee, and willingly
bow.
To the [tain which we feel, when to us you
recall
In the shapes in the ashes, the forms on the
wall.
A shadow which darkened that very same
spot,
On a night long ago, which we have not
forgot,
When we gathered around in sadness and
gloom,
To look on a lov’d one all rob’d for the
tomb.
Oh! how skillful thy lingers play over the
heart,
And in touching some chord long silenc'd, we
start.
Ere its vibrations cease each scene is reveal’d
Words echo’d again when we thought them
conceal’d;
And though long since they past, yet we turn
with delight,
To find that thou’st kept them so fresh and
so bright.
Hark! the laughter of childhood floats light
on the air,
It brings up a lov’d one with bright curling
hair,
And a soft blushing cheek where the dim
ples would play,
• To w ild fun and frolic, which pleas’d us each
day.
Oli! a word, or a look, or a sweet gentle
smile,
The full moon’s mellow ray, o’er a starry
lit isle,
The tick of an old fashioned clock in tho
hall,
The song of the Kobin at eve’s quiet fall,
The notes of a tlutc as they float on tho
breeze,
The dropping of leaves from the autumn
touch’d trees,
The hark of a watch dog mid the night’s
r'livui IV rj r
The stroke of an axe and its echo again;
Each one has the power, with thee to re
veal,
The lov’d and the lost, which Time from us
would steal.
Millwood, Clarke Co., Va. HOPE.
AUCTION SALK.
by GEORGE WHITE—Auctioneer
TEXTENSIVE SALE OF DRY-GOODS —
4j The subscriber intending to close his bu
siness, in this city, will, on MnuUiy rooming,
1 ^th mst., ut 1<> o clock, at his Store, on King, a
few doors West ot Fairfax street, dispose of bis
entire STOCK OF DRY GOODS, at public
auction, embracing an extensive assortment
of well selected articles containing all the varie
ties to be iound in a wholesale and retail estab
lishment.
For particulars, see hand bills.
Sale positive, and to continue from day
today, until all are sold.
Terms:—All sums of and under $50 cash,
over that amount a credit of 4 months will b»
given, for approved endorsed notes.
The Ladies are es|»ecially invited to attend
the sale which being peremptory bargains may
be expected, [je l.*—dts] C. G. W ILDMAN
Leavitt s patent corn and cob
CRUSHERS.—'The subscriber is prepared
to till orders tor any number of th« above rna
chines. A liberal discount made to dealers. _
R# h. HvClv,
mv 15 Fairfax street, Alexandria. Va.
I TOWLE A CO., have now' in store and are
* about receiving a large supply of No. 1
PERUVIAN GUANO, direct fronr the Chinrha
Jg lands. which they offer to their agricultural
friends, at the lowest cash prices,
my 10—tt __
MIXED PAINTS—Mixed Paint, of any
color or quantity, put up in the best man
ner, ready for Painting, at WASHIHGTOb 7.
HARPER S. Paint, Oil. Brush, and Window
Glass Store. Sign of the Whale, too doors above
the Marshall House. _ V *
BATHS.—Hip, Sponge, and INFANT
BATHS, for sale by
roy 27 _JOHN OGDEN.
C1CHIEDAM SCHNAPPS.—6 eaaei, all war
ranted, for eale by
JOS. GRIMES.
TTYDRAULIC CKMKNT.*-060bamLs.juht
If received, and for sale by;
- _FOWLS k CO.
FA. MARBURY, Commiaeion Merchant,
# and wkoleeale dealer in Foreign and Do
mestic Liqnow, Fowlit Wharf tab lb—tt

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