Newspaper of Evening Star, November 15, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated November 15, 1861 Page 1
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f / THE EVENING Si'AS " THE WEEKLY STAR. PUBLISHED EVfiRY AFTERNOON, ^ /* I ' " ( WDAY EXCEPTED.) A A T/ ^ Fhmlly u4 Howa Jr?rMl. AT Tint STAR BUILDINGS, # ^Sj < B * . A A A ^ Iv / H . Jootalala* |inIh rnltn ? 9*m* Of Pi??>ylri*i* *T*nm and Ei4v**Uk it. M l/^k/ Ij fgttM cm be tammd It My tbar- * f hltrtai w. d. wallaoh. Is SB R B i B 5 B B I y XB B rn* ?-<*?*, ? *?">. * ???? ?- yll H R | | BIBB. 7^7 | ? g * fe ?! *?* copr, K?uim ?si? Paper* wr^ed li^peckagaa by carrier* at 941 / JL g JHL, B M . E yM ydiMh^^ B . ^J|L JSL^ . Fl?e oopii. .. 4 n yew, or 37 ceoto per month- To mall ?ubacrlber* ^F* T<? oop1?*.......^.. 08 the *Lee to S3 30 a yenr, m advanet, fi tot tlx " W K^S Twenty-iv* ooptea M ? ontU; SI for three month*; and for leas thaa v Itlavvlably oonteiia tb? "Wwhle^ie* New*' three month* at the rate of IS cento a week. 81*- ?bat haa madr TV ? ?;, f?M>M s?~ elrtmtoto fie eoplaa, oni chw; In Wrapper*, c*ir*a, ?? I *o generally throng hoot the country iLr Ac7?*TU**t!iTa ahouWl be aent to toe . I C7-J?lngto roplea (in wrapper*) eu ha p*?** m" V8t. XVIII. WASHINGTON, P.C. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 15. 1861. N9. 2.727. I^? A STARTLING EXPOSITION. The Chicago Tribune, heretofore among the steadfast ana earnest friends of Gen Fremont, devotes five columns to an exposition of military affair* in Missouri, making disclosures far more damaging to the "Path Finder" than anything divulged through the agency of Adjatant Qen. Themas or the Congressional Committee lately sitting at St. Louis. We make the following extracts: Early in the campaign. Mr Boss, of our editotjal corps, went to St. Louis, Irnnton, Cape Girardeau, Cairo and Fadncah. He returned with a report of the goings-on that was doubtful and unsatisfactory. Later, and about the time the army moved west, after the needless sacrifice of Mulligan and bis command, Mr. Medill went from St. Louis to Jefferson City, and along the road to Sedalia and Georgetown, lie left home an ardent admirer of Qen. Fremont, and a disbeliever in the reports prejudicial to his fitness for his place. His letters, which elcited no little commotion among our readers, testify the sincerity of his conversoh to the opposite opinion. When the congressional committee chargcd with the duty of examining into army and nary contracts went to 8t. Louis. Dr. Ray went down to endeavor to get at some of the facts developed. His private letters contained matters of such moment and so prejudicial to the management of the Department, that Mr. Scripps, fearing that he had been misled by interested parties, deem?*! it his duty to see himself what foundation there was for the charges, and he went down. Thus the editorial proprietors of the Tribune, who are to suffer by a mistake in this grave matter, have one after another been on the ground, personal observers of the state of the Department. All had been the fast friends of the General; all had supported him for the Presidency in I806; all were in favor of his appointment to the Army of the West; all are willing to live and die bjpthe doctrines of the proclamation that has gone so straight to the hearts vi iuo pwpio. Collectively at an earlier stage in the campaigr. they had been complimented by the General tor their earnest support of his policy, aad warmly thanked for their *-generous devotion to him." The result is what would have happened to any four earnest men who desire a quick termination of the war and a& acknowledged triumph of the holy cause. Profound conviction of the incompetency of tho General, disgust with the character of the men by whom he is surrounded and in whom he puts bis trust, and an assurance not to be shaken that unless the commander is removed and the affiirs of the Department are put into new bands, Missouri, and finally Kentucky and Tennessee, are hopelessly lost. In relation to the sacrifice of Qen. Lyon, the editor makes the following statements. He "We have the woi^of a brave and truthful man, who was with Cfen. Lyen on Friday, before the fight (the battle was on Saturday) that, with high indignation, in presence of most of the members of his staff, he declared his belief that there was a deliberate purpose to out him off and destroy his force ! We urge so charge against Qen. Fremont that he had such a purpose; but there were those aJ>out him and now controlling him, who are not exempt from great suspicion of this crime." And of the surrender of Col. Mulligan? 44 We add, on the authority of Han. John A. Gurley, member of Congress from Cincinnati, at that time a member of tten. Fremont's staff, that a messenger from Col. Mulligan, with his loud cry for reinforcements, cooled his heels two day* among the thieves in Fremont's anteroom, unable to put down the oourt etiquette there enforced bv the ah*rn nf th? KnH? I Sianl, and at last bj the aid of Lieut. Gen. all, cot ioeonly to hear that the Qeneral * would see about it.' " Then follows more about the "ante-room thieves," of whom it is remarked? " To see the Commander of the Department, are in cases which make the exception to the rule, has at anj time in the last two months, been a matter jf greater difficulty than to get an audience of the Emperor of France, the head of an empire, and an army of 400.000 men. It was for the interests of Californians and their eonfederates that this should be so, because while all the others were excluded, they had free access by the back stairs." Among other specifications in regard to the charactor of these retainers, it is oharged that " one of the Government Inspectors of horses at St. Louis, is a graduate of the Kentucky State prison.' The above will do as specimens of this shocking expose. The editor says in eenclusion : "We are informed upon sufficient authority, that when the Investigating Committee concluded their 'labors at St. Louis, they sent a dispatoh to Washington (by mail to Springfield, so that it might not be stopped,) telling the President the condition of affairs in Missouri, and urging upon him the instant removal of Fremont, upon the ground that in his hands the war could not be continued a year, for reason of want of funds to supply the waste and profligacy in his Department." tbaxspebbixe the Wab to soctb carolina for the Wixtbr.?A body of troops nearly equal to that which sailed on the great expedition is being concentrated at Annapolis, and will be ready for departure by the time the transports return and hare taken aboard coal and supplies for aaother voyage. This is certainly a forward movement of most formidable character. It may mean nothing leas than the shifting of the most important seenea of the war for the winter from Eastern Virginia to South Carolina. If a good standing it effected and important peeitions are secured on the southern coast, it will be easier to send fappliec to the troops that may be employed oa the moat distant stations than it is now to apply the Army of the Potomac. A single track railway, bow that the Potomac is effectually blockaded, i* the sole chance of communication between the loyal 8tatea and the capital and grand army of the nation. Our transport vessels have the oeeaa before them for the work of oonveying supplies to the army of the aoathsro coast. Besidee, the campaign can aerdiy he conducted with vigor daring the wintar in Eastern Virginia, while in the extreme Sou'h winter is the only season for aotive military operations. The chances are, therefore, if a fair commencement is made, that at least 60.000 of our troops, and perhaps many more, will t>? speedily sent upon coast expeditions. If It is not proposed to more forward directly from Washington, 75,000 men woald be ea ample force to bold that city and Maryland, leaving about 100 000 of the foroe already collected for operation* elsewhere Vloatijo Batteries roa the Mississippi. The floating batteries building at St. Louia for opening the navigation of the Mississippi are dlstiaet affairs from the gunboats, ana are to be lowed by the latter. The batteries are of olid timber twelve inches aquare, and lying in three tiers of this timber deep. This is strongly bolted together, and forms the hall of the vessel. Wells are cut through the two upper tiers about four and a half feet square, aad lined with sine to keep oat the water. These wells serve for magasiaes or places for keeping the ammunition. There are four of theee ia each float. This solid platform is 60 by tb feet, being longer in the middle than at the ends, each end being sharpened The wbole is covered with thick plank. Entirely aroand the outside of the float is a parapet or bulwark of iron three-eighths of an inch in tbiekaees and six and a half feet in height. This is inclined inward, x> as to give a glancing direction to any shot th* t may strike it. The armament of these floats is to eonsist of 64poand mortars, three apoo one side, and so arranged as to deliver their charges over the Iron parapet that surrounds them, and which protects those who serve them There are thirty-eight of these monstrous batteries to be built, twenty-six of which are nearly ready for use, and the remainder are begun THE ART OF SHOPPING. We ?re all satisfied that gentlemen have no genius for shopping. They are not equal to it. Nature has left their faoulties imperfect in that particular. They oan write book! and make speeches, and all that sort of thing, but they are not op to shopping. It takes the ladies for that. Men ?9 to ? ?t*M, select what they want, and bay it. Bat that is not shopping ' that requires nozenius. Men pretend tney do not like to go shopping with the ladies. I wonder who ever asked them? What lady would hare such an inoombrancc on 3noh occasions ? Men are well enough in their places. Young gehtlfetten are /sonrenient to take us to concerts, and see us home frond church,, and bring us boquets and musio ; and husbands are useful to pay the bills, Ac., but for a shopping excursion they are quite out of the plaoe. Do you understand me to insinuate that I have distinguished ability that way ? Not at all; I only speak of my sex. In fact, I acknowledge myself a poor hand at it. But my friend, Sallie R ?, is a model shopper, I am taking lessons of her, and hop" to be perfect bv the time I am married. A few days sinCe she Invited me to go with her. "I wish to look at the new style of silks," said she. ' Why, do you want to get a new dress?" I asked. "Really," said Sallie "if it was not impolite, I should say that you were a verdant. I don't want a urew, but .hat'S no reason why I should not see the material." So Sallie and I sallied out. The first store we entered she asked whether the merchant had received his spring goods. He said he had, and inquired what she would like to see. " Show me your new style dress goods," said ne, " sucn as barege robes, and lawn robes, and handsome striped plaid silks; brocades and changeable silks are not much worn this spring, but I'll look at your solid colors." The merchant soon bad his counter spread with goods. She examined ana tossed then about, making various creases in them to see whether they would come out again by rubbing. "What style is worn?" said Sallie to the elerk. "Well, we sell probably more plaid stripes than any other." "Have you any with chene stripes?" inquired Sallie. "Oh, yes' some very fine," and a numbed of pieces were produced. " Well, I can't say, after all, that I like the chene stripes; the green is very pretty " So Sallie held it in various lights, rubbing it and creasing it. 44 Well, it don't crease much," said she, 441 woo*?r whether it will cut?" 41 No, it is boiled silk ; and we find that the plaid and stripes wear very well." 44 Your silks are very pretty, and you may cat off a sample, if you please," continued Sallie. Thit the merohant was forced to do, though with rather a bad grace, as most of his goods were in patterns, and he feared spoiling the piece. 44 Will yon be kind enough to give me samples of the solid colors?" They were all furnished. 44 This plaid, you say, is $1.37 ? Is that the lowest?" 44 Yea; we oan't take leas." 44 How many yards in the pattern ?" 44 Fourteen. 4' I'd rather have eighteen ; perhaps I might conclude to have flounces. Well, I'll take the sample and show it to my mother, and then make up my mind. Have you any Coates.' cotton??give me a spool, No. 33." This was handed her; she paid five cents and we left. I looked at mv watch. We had been ther? exactly one hour . "What a cheat! I can buy the spools for four cents," said Sallie, when we are fully out; and besides we forgot their shawls." So we went to another store. 41 Have you any Stella shawls?" ^"Yea, some beautiful ones, Just opened. noma you like to see the broche borders or printed ?" " Both." " Any particular colors ?" "No, sir; I'll look at them all," said Sallie. Different colors and patterns were aaoording produced. " What is the price of green center broche border?" I "We can afford yon that for $9; same style I sold $15 two months ago." Some printed borders were put up for $4.50. "No, I prefer broche, but can't you take less?" I saw a twinkle in the merchant's eye which made me think he knew she was only shopping. "Now," said he, "if you won't mention it, I'll let you have i' for $6," Sallie looked furprieed. She knew the article was selliDg at ?9. " Six dollars is your lowest ?" "Well, to oblige you I will say $l!" said the merchant. A pause ensued. " Then you think $4 is the lowest ?" " Ahem ! have a large lot and want to dispose of them. I'll say $2 50!" "Are yoa sure it is a first rate piece of goods?" " I'll warrant it all silk and wool," said the merchant. My friend wu caught. Turning to me she whispered: "I do with I had brought some money!"! ua men aaaressing tUe merchant, said, " I will call again." I never was so glad t? get oat of a store before; for the clerks had gathered around as, seeming to understand the joke. Bat Sallie went home, got the money, and insisted upon my returning with her to the store for 'the snawl. The trader said he was sorry, very, but the shawl ftad just been sold! And so was Sallie, too, I thought. We went shopping no more that afternoon. Oatbckimo axd Kekpiao Apples.?In order to seoure soundness and good preservation, it it indispensably neoeesary that the fruit should be gathered by hand. For winter fruit, the gathering is delayed as long as possible, avoiding severe frost*, and the most successful practice with our extensive orchardists is to plaoe the good fruit directly, in a careful manner, in new, tight flour barrels, as soon as gathered from the tree. These barrels should be gently shaken while filling, and the head closely prened in ; they are then plaoad in a cool, shady exposure, under a shed open to the air, or on the north side of the building, protected by a covering of boards over the top, where they remain for a fortnight or until the cold becomes too severe, when they are carefully transferred to a oool, dry cellar, to which air can be admitted occasionally in brisk weather. A cellar for this purpose should be du^ in dry gravelly or sandy soil, with, if pos stoic, m siope to me nortn, or, at any rate, with openings on the north aide for the admission of air very rarely in weather not exoesaively eold. Here the barrel! shonld be plaoed in tieraon their aide*, and the cellar should be kept aa dark aa possible. In auoh a cellar, one or the largest apple growera in Dacbesa county ia able to keep the Greening apple, which, In the fruit room, usually decays in January, antil the lat of April, in the fresheat and finest eondition. Some persona place a layer of clean rye atraw between the layera of applea when paoking them in barrela. Kekfiso Lat a Hovaa ? In the city reside* W ill lam S , a teamster, who la noted for his Jollity, and also for keeping late hours,as ha usually goea home at two o'clock In the morning. Well, one stormy night, about a year ago. William concluded to go home early, and accordingly be arrived at hia house Just at midnight In answer to hla kaoek his mother opened a window and i Inquired, "Who la there?" "William," was the reply "No." aald ah*, "you can't come that I over me; my William won't come home for two ' hours yet." Poor Bin had to wait till hla usual ) time. THE DOLLAR STAR! INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS' NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE! Th* Fullest and Most Reliable Neva from the Seat of Government! Reading Matter fbf" 'he Fireside Circle! The present year ia undoubtedly the moat eventful Jn the political hlatory of tbla country, and the record of occurrences tranaplring at the Federal Metropolis ia naturally ot striking and remarkable Interest Th? public desire to receive prompt, full znA -e/'abie accounts of all that passes here is moat intense, We have : consequently made alteratlona and improvements In the weekly issue of the Washington Star to meet this want moat satisfactorily. . in compliance with the wish of the public the paper haa been changed from a quarto to the more convenient folio shape, and now appears a handsome sheet of thittftw* columns, filled with choice and carefully prepared heading Matter, and bearing the name of the "Washington Dollar Weekly Star." AC InriirJit**! hv thp tltl* u?o nno? fnrnith *K? paper at the unprecedented low price of ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR!! Or barely more ttiafi the nrlce of the paper upon which it is printed. It is our ditefmtflatlon to make the Webklt Star not only the largest and handsomest Dollar Newspaper in the United States, but that It shall absolutely be The Hest Family Wbbkly Newspaper in the World!!! It contains the very fullest, freshest, and most important details of all that transpires at the Seat of Government; editorials on all the impor tant topics of the times; the news of the week; interesting correspondence from all parts at the world; capital stories-, humorous and graphic sketches, and the pick of the floating miscellany of literature and gossip. The Dollar Star has as a permanent feature a carefully prepared AGRIt'LLTtRAL DEPARTMENT, embodying whatever may be of Interest to farmers in the transactions of the Interior Department, the Smithsonian Institution, and (be U. S. Agricultural Society. Gardening and Horticulture also receive due attention in this department of the paper, and we also give each week a choice budget of Household Recipes for our lady readers; also, Recipes for the Workshop, together with an official list of all the new inventions issued from the Patent Office each week. In short, It is our purpose to give our readers a varied, rich, and sparkling variety ef the reading that at once Instructs and entertains, but aiming to make Washington News and Gossip our speciality, In accordance with the views set forth above. Believing it to be better to sell many papers at a low pries than a few at a high price, we have determined to offer the follow!ng Extraordinary Inducements to Clubs. To Single Subscribers 81.(Kt per year. To Clubs of Five ?5 cetitt. To Clubs of Ten 90 cent*. To Club# of Fifteen b5 c?nts. To Clubs of Twenty-live 80 cents. To Clubs of Fifty 75 cents. Address W. D. Wallace, Publisher of the Star, Washington, D. C., with subscription money enclosed, or for specimen copies, which will be forwarded gratis. Hfish and cheese. LANCHARI) & LF.ACH. Wholesale Dealers in Cheese, No. 36 Scuttt st., Baltimore, have just received a large lot of Maokerel, Herring, Codfish, Hake-fish, &o.,&o. Also, prime fcastern Cheese. All of wh'oh will be sold at the lowest market rates oo 38-iw* CHOUGHS, COLD*. HOARSENESS, &o. / TYLER'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF GUM ARABIC. This pleasant and popular Cough Remedy has been to long known and extensively used that most person have become familiar with its extraordinary effioacy. It oan be had at all the pnno pal drug stores, at 25 and V seats a bottle. oo 14 d2.n&eo4ip* /?\ SOMETHING NEW ! (j^Urratkst Discovkky ortjlvi At -J81 C street, opposite the Theater. OYSTERS STEAMED In the Shell and Thoroughly Cooked (far superior to a roaet) in two minutes, the fastest time on record. Call and see. The undersigned respectfully informs his friends In the Oietnot, and visitors to the city, that he ha* refitted his old and wkll-known establishment in a most thorough manner, and ha* n.ade complete arrangements to furnish OVSTERa in any style and in any quantity. 400 to 600 ga Ions shuoked per day. 3 HjO to 3 00") oan* of Spiced a-r>d F'eeh put up daily?cans hermetically stale*. Furnished m the shell by the Itushe. or barrel. Persons wishing to have Oysters furnished regularly through the winter, at Baltimore prices, without fear of failure, should oall and make arrangements at onoe Freight, time, and money saved by purchasing of me. as I furnish an articla esual to the celebrated Baltimore establishments. af pnoea juat u low. TO SUTLERS. Canned Meat*, i.ubat?ra, Sardinee, Clam*, fttrawberriea, Tomatoea, Pica' F?*et, Tripe, 4 o. t o., Ac. Alao, Pioklea, Cataup, Saaoea, Brandy I'eaohea, Ao. Aiao, Game and Fieah Fiah. Turtle*, Terrapma, Freeh Lob* tor a. Cud. Halibut, Ao. In fact, every thing for aale in the North* rn market* alwaya on hmna, at re&aonable prioe j. Hotels and f&miliea supplied with Oyitera. delivered without onarg* t* any part of the Diatnot. in aeaaon, it the money ia aent with the order. My eatabtiahmentia ooen from 5 a m. to 12 at night. every day, exoept Sunday, when 1 oloee at 10 o'olook a. m. ae71 T. M. HARVEY. T CARRIAGES. HE Subeoriber having maue additiona to hia factory, making it now one of the in the Diatriot, where hia faoiliuesUKjKrc' for manufacturing CARRIAGES and W " W LIGHT WAGONS of all kind* cannot be anr paaaed, and from hia long experience in the buaineaa, he hopea to give general aatiafaction. k All kinda of Carriagea and Light Wag one kept on hand. All REPAIRS neatlr done, and all ordera promptly attended to. Seoond-hand Carriagea taken in exohanto for new onea. ANDREW J. JOYCE, d 1> tf corner of Fourteenth and K uta. 4SA BILLIARD^! nTTl The lovera ' *"l ~ of the GAME OF BILLIARDS will find in EMRICH'SPINE HALL, Corner o P en nay Iran ia avecue and 11th atreet, (aonth aide,) two of the moat admirable TABLES In the United State*, with every oomfort and oonvenienoe _eeJMf tor the player*. ^OJVIKTHING NEW-SUPERIOR IfULLED *V iw.? M. am iiNsnow, naving col tbe agency !unit' '[ WMhipjton and Georgetown with this ?L^hi of Corn, would rupectfully ft I ?,,*] i'f.n'i J1!? pnbl,P at lar*e' to ?,v? it * trial. AIM), Popped Corn, plain and eugired ? WM. BR AOL V, Agent, m r if. ?.V^DB#- bftween ttth and 19th iU. -,^1'.. <riK^S.faotl,Ler of MwNo Mantlet, MonnSifhinH Tope, Ao. A large assortment a wart 0B hfcp<>- oo 19 3m WALL. STEPHENS A CO.. " S8i PSN2MTLVAJIIA Avkhvi, "' li&i&tUJMf*1AND BEADY-MADE CLOTHIERS. fJRAND ADVANCE OF THE ARM? V* SMITBTba. out advanced the pnee Vf Ua Clothing wtuoh he hae hutrr'o.nved snd is eel line off at suoh remarkable low prioee Give me a o?Jl and aatiafy yoareel vee of the great barfaini

are now offerarf every day at ?MlTH'S, No 4(Hi Seventh at. oo 1 1m f|OMB-MADE BOOTS AND SHOES ? Pa. avM &??. *u mm Mh *i% SICK AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS IN HOSPITAL. Pnbiuhtd *n conformity with the f solution of tkt Smntt of July 10, 1361. At Seminary Hospital, (riOtgetowH, 1Vov. 8. '2d U. 8. Infantry 3!42d Peun.Volunteert. I lit do Artillery.... 1 1st do Artillery... 5 2d Maine Volunteers.. 1 1st do Rifles. 2 flth do do 1 2d do Cavalry..... 2 2d Vermont Volunteers I 3d do do...... 2 f)d do . do.... 3 4th do do 1 9th do do.... 13 1st do Reserve.... 1 Sth Mrfssachnseta Vol.. 1 3d do do 3 13th New Ycrrk Vol... 3 4th do do l 14th do do.... 2 11th do do 1 ISth do do.... 1 19th Indiana Vol 1 '21st do do.(a) 1 1st Michigan Vol..... 1 22d do do ... 4|3d do do...... 3 24th do do.... 1 4th do do...(6) 6 29th do do.... 1 Sth do do 1 39d do do.... 1 2d WlKonain Vol.(e) 8 .4th1 Ao i. do.... 1 5th do do.... l 46th do Si&h do do.... 9 54th do do.... 1 ,'th do do.... 2 79th do do.... 1 Mosart Regiment 1 1st NewYork Artillery 1 Tammany Regiment. 2 1st New Jersey Vol... 1 Excelsior Brigade.... 17 3d do do.... 1 Cameron Dragoons ... 2 Pth Penn. Volunteers. 2j Harrison's Cavalry ... 1 96th do do 1 Teamster, Q. M. 0 ... 1 27th do do 1 Engineer 1 Sid do 4o 1 .'kith do do 7 Total 136 36th do do:..... 2 (a)Oneofficer. (4) Twoofflcers. (e) Oneofllcer. At General Hospital, Union Hotel, cotner Bridge and Washington streets, Qeorgetown, Nov 8. 1st Long Island Vol .. 1'3d New HampshireVoI % 0th NewYorkVol 1 2d Vermontvoiunteers 4 11th itn An 1 111 rin da 5 14th do do/.?... 4|5th do do.... 5 17th do do...<.~< 8l4th Rhode Inland Vol. 3 18th do do rstb new Jersey Vol... 1 19th do do 4 1st Michigan Yol .... 2 22d do do...... 1 2d do 21th do do 1 3d do do 2 26th do do 1 4th do do 2 27th do do 1 2d Wisconsin do 1 29th do do 1 6th do do 1 33d do do 2 1st Mlnnosotado 2 14th do do 1 1st California do 7 39th do do 2 2d do do 2 ild do do 7 1st Excelsior Brigade.11 45th do do...... t 2d do do ... 1 50th do do...... 3 3d do do....12 54th do do..,4.;; 1 1st Maryland Vol 2 79th do do 4 2d Penn. Cavalry .... 4 4th Perm. Volunteers . 1 3d do do .....: 4 6th do do 2 6th do do..;.-.'.' 1 7th do do 1 1st New Jersey Cavalry 1 ?th do do 1 1st Michigan Cavalry. 1 11th do do lj 1st Indiana Cavalry... 2 12th do do.....? 4 OneidaCountyCavalry 1 23d do do 1 1st Penn. Artillery.... 4 26th do do 1 5th U.S. A/tlllery.... 2 27th do do 2 5th Rhode Island Art. 1 3(>th do do 1 1st New York Artillery 1 45th do do...... 1 1st Indiana Rifles 1 46th do do 2|Mott's Battery 1 47th do do 1 De Kalb Regiment... 2 2d Maine Volunteers. 2 Officers' servants 2 6th do do...... 1 7ih do do 1 Total 1*2 2d NewHampshlreVol 2 At Hospital at Columbian College, Washington, Nov. 8. 2d Maine Volunteers.. 48th New Jersey Vol... 1 5th do do 1 1st Penn. Artillery.... 2 7th do do 1 3d do Cavalry 1 9th do do 1 Harlan's Penn.Cavalry I 2d NewHampshlreVol 4 Chroman's Rifles 4 3d do do.. 1 1st Penn Volunteers.. 1 2d Vermont Volunteers 2 3d do do 2 3d do do.... 1 4th do do...... 5 6th do do.... 1 9th do do...... 9 loth Massachusetts Vol 6 10th do do 5 14th do do. 2 12th do do 4 19th do do. 1 13th do do...... 1 4th Rhode Island Vol. 4 27th do do 2 1st Long Island Vol .. 1 3lst do do 3 IstNewYork Cavalry . 1 33d do do 9 22d do Vol 3 35th do do 1 23d do do 2 40th do do 9 '24th do do.;.... 2 1st Michigan Cfralry. 8 35th do do...... a 1st do Vdl...... 4 35th do do '2 2d do do 1 37th do do 5 4th do do...... 2 43d do do 1 7th do do 1 44th do do 3 8th do do 1? 40th do do 1 Stockton's Mich Vol.. 4 l?t Excelsior Brigade. 7 5th Wisconsin Vol... 1 '2d do do.... '2 6th do do.... 4 DeKalbN. Y. Vol ... 4 7th do do.... 1 Lincoln Cavalry 3 1st Minnesota Vol 1 Berdan'?8harp?hooters 1 8th Illinois Cavalry... 1 Oneida N. V Cavalry. 3 19th Indiana Vol 7 McClellan's Dragoons. 1 1st D C. Volunteer*.. '2 lit New J eraey Cavalry 11 1st California Vol 1 '2d do Vol.... I 5th do do.... 3 Total 195 7th do do.... 1 At General Hospital, (Circle,) Washington, Nov 8. Officers 2 1st U.-S Infantry 2 id U. S Cavalry 6 '2d do dr 5 4th do do....... 2 3d do do 3 5th do do 2 6th do do I 1st do Artillery.... 2 24th New York Vol... ? 2d do do 4 2d Penn Cavalry 2 3d do do 3 Quartermaster's Dep't 1 4th do do 1 ? 5th do do 3 | Total 41 Sick remaining in the Hospital for Eruptive Diseases, at Kalorama. Nov. 8. 3dU 8. Infantry 2 46th PennsylvaniaVol. i 6th do Cavalry 5 Mcilnight'sPenn Vol 1 2d Maine Volunteers.. 2 1st New Jersey Cavalry 4 7th do do 11 1st Michigan Cavairy .12 31st New York Vol... 1 5th do Vol 1 34th do do.... l|5th Wisconsin Vol.... 1 44th N.Y (P E R )Vol 4|7th do do....13 44th New York Vol... l| 1st Minnesota Vol I 20th NY. (8.M ) Vol. Ijl9th Indiana Vol 11 IstNew ? ork ArtiUerylO 1st do Cavalry.. 1 2d Excelsior Brigade. 2 Quartermaster's Dep't 2 Harris Light Cavalry. 1 ? 1st Pennsylvania Vol. 1 Total 91 8th do do.. 1 At Fifth District School House Hospital, Branch of General Hospital on E strut, Nov. 6. Cameron Dragoons... 1 50thPennsvlvanlaVol. 1 1st Kentucky Cavalry. 146th do do.. 1 2d U S. Cavalry 1 23d do do.. 1 3d Michigan Vol 1 12:h do do.. 1 29th New York Vol... 1 8th Michigan Vol 1 10th Massachusetts Vol 1 2d Vermont Volunteers 1 1st Excelsior Brigade. 1 5th Rhode Island Vol. 1 45th PennsylvaniaVol. 1 ? 4th do do.. 1 Total 10 At St Elizabeth Hospital, Eastern Branch, Nov 8. 1st Excelsior Brigade. 5 4;h Excelsior Brigade. 14 2d do do..... 151 At General Hospital, Alexandria, Nov. 8. 2d U S Artillery .... 1 3d Michigan Vol 4 15th New York Vol... 3 5th do do...(6) 7 18th do do....26 3d Maine Volunteers. 10 17th do do. ...11 4th do do 7 18th do do.... 4 5th do do 11 25th do do.... 6 1st New Jersey Vol... 1 -a - ? *v>u hu no. ... 9 jiu ao ao.... l 37th do do.... 12 1st Rhode Island Art.. 1 3L?t do do.... 8 1st Maaaachuaetta Art. 2 32d do do....11 Cameron Rifles 2 37th do do.... 2 2d Fire Zouovea 1 38th do do.... 5 2d Vermont Volunteera 1 40th do do.... 6 lat Minnesota Vol 1 79th do do.... l Harlan Cavalry 1 3d Penn. Cavalry.... 5 Teamater* 2 32d do Volunteera. 4 Civilian 1 6lat do do...... 2 88th do do 5 Total its 2d Michigan Vol..(a) 11 (?) One omcer. (6) One officer. K Washington papers please copy and aend > the War Department nov 14?3t \f SERVANTS' WEAR i'l \ N Y Most obc io? and aeieci fa ri?a not to be had elsewhere, made to order, lor servant*' wear of both sexes. The a'K>Te, with all other kinds of Dry Goods, at priors adapted to the owners of sinall purses. An inspsotiuu of stoek incurs no obligation to purohaa*. PERRY fc BRO., Pa. arenue ad N mtk at., n 12 fit "Pwrrr Building." 'BALMORAL SKIRTS" KW And stylish pattens of the proper Widths. rtl*uiA Carpeu^&tfoloUa, Rues. Ao., npper floors o.. do 13* f * Perry BaiUiai." hi>R JOHFISYON, ALTIMORE LOCK H0iriTiL, H*? ditimid tkt most Ctrtmin. Smiidf mm4 ?mtf Eftttmml R$m*df m fit World, FOR ALL DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. LET NO FALSE DELICACY PREVENT. AFtLY IMMEDIATELY. A CURS WARRANTED, OR NO CHARGE. IN FROM ONE TO TWO DAYS. Wtilciu of js? Back, triCiar**, Afoationoof tho Bidaara and UiiMMr' .}n:n?rja?, ImpoioncT, 6ao ral Debility, Noi.voaonaaa. ?>>acopay, UnrtWi C?fM? #f lda?a, Low Spr.u, ?. pr.ijou of tha ffttrt, Timidity, Trambliuf*, BimnoM o? Bifot w Giddmaao, IXliliH af tin load, Throat, Nmi or Skin, Afacuana af tha Loaf*. Stomach or Bowala?thaaa Ttrnbla Ouordtra arxtaf from Solitar y Htibiuof Yoath?thaaa Draadfal and Dtairacti** ProeIki> which randar Mama*a tmpoaaibia, aad daatray batfc Mt and Mind. YOUNO MEN Eapaetallr ?ba hiti b?e? ? tha ncuaa af Solitary Ylea, lhat draadfal aad do#V?cu?a habit which auaaally iviifi ta mm muuI; <ra?a tkoaaanda of Yoarf Mou of the mm aialtad talanta aad tnlttam trtalloct. wt?o inifttt otharwiaa ha?a tntrancad Wttomnf Soaataa with tba tt and an a/ alo. aaonco or wakad u acotaey the n?iof i/ra, m; hII with rail coeldanca. MARRIAGE. MaRRlID PlIIORl.or Toinf Mid eor.taraplatlcf Warriafi, hi tig awara of rhyaieal wo&koaaa, or fan i? Ability, dtformitioa, Ac , r***4il* earad. Ho who r'.acaa himttH r*4?r tha care of Dr. J. May rilifl Ml; eooBdt in hit honor a* a (tntliau aad Mcldaauy raly upon hia akUl at a phyaiciac. OFFICE No. 7 SOUTH FREDERICE ST. loft haad aid* roinf from Baltimore etreet, a few damlrta (ho comer. rail not to obaarva cam* aad iinkN. koueri at bo paid and contain a eump. DR JOHNSTON, Mombor of the Royal Collate of Saratoga, London, rradaato (ten ana of tbo moot aminant Collofao in tbo United luua, end the floater part of whoeo hfo baa been apont la the noepiulo of London, Parte, Philadelphia and a.itwnere, bio elected ooma of th# moot aetoniohiag carta that were ?er known; many tronblod with rafinr in tha hoad and ear* #bon afleep; era at nar?ou*n?ea, beinc alarmed at addan aoand*. barbfslnaaa with freqccot blaaEinf, attandad uwnatim.. with tii*% ntfoinont af mind, waro earad trait a diataly. ' ,, TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. Taang Man and Mb ara who ha?a ir.^o?ad tHamaalraa by a nan practice indulgtd to whar. alona?i Wabtt fraqaaatiy laaruad from a*il coinp-iniuoa, or at achool, lb* alact* af ara nightly fait a ran whan aalaap, and if nc"! aarad, raodt.'f frarrnfa itnpoaaitla, and daatroya both mind hod t, ahoald arvfy immadiataly. Tbaaa ara aoina of fbt ?ad aod malanoboiy (factaprodacad by aarly habita of rontS, *r? : Waaknaaa of tha Buck and Limba, Paina in tba Haad, Diraatda of Sight, Loaa of Maaea,ar Powar, Palpitation of taa Haart, ITffJrpV' Nervosa irritability, Darangtmant of tha Digaau*a fsrjuosa, Gaoaral DaMlity, Symptoma of Couanrapttoo, Ac. Mikhlli.-Tha faarfnl aBacu on tha mind ara mvth ta ha draadad?Loaa of Mamory, Confsaioo nf Ida*a, Darraaa ca f Spinu, E?il Forabodmp. Araraion of Sociaty. Salf-Diatraat, Lo?a of Bolitada, Timidity, ate., ara aoma of tha a*ila fMHai NIR Ton DlilLlTT ?Tboaaanda can aaw )adga arfcat ta tha caaaa of thair declining health, loetng their vigor, bacomlng waak, pala, eer?eae and emaciated, having a aiaftlat rpf earaace ahoat tha ?ye?, ccsgh or aymptoma of caneamp**' DISEASES OF IMPR UDENCB. Wban the raie?**ded and imprudent rotary of plaaaara Bode ha ha* imbibed tba ail V ?f thia palnfal diaaaaa, tt too often happana that an ill-timed aar.?? of ehame or dread of diecaeery detera him from apply trig to thoel who, from adacauwn aod reepectahility, can alone befriend htm. Ha (alia lota tha henda of ignorant and deeigmng praiandara, who, lacapabla af cttfwg, filch hia pacumary eobetance, keep hia trifling month after Cnth. or aa Ion*"aa t/ia amalleet fee caa ha obtained, and la deepaf? taara him with rainad health la eijrh arer oia galling dieappoiniiaant; or by tba aaa of that daa*\j paieon ? Mercary?haatan tha canatitaooeal eymptome of thia tarnbla diaaaaa, aacb aa AfactiaodCtHeart, Tbraat, Read, kin, Ac., prorreeiir.g with frightfal rajl^y, till daath pan a period to hia draadfat eoferinge hy aandicf Knu >ut uouaarered caontry tram whaaa fcaarna na >mr?i CR. JOHNSON'S REMEDY FOR ORGANIC WEAKNESS AND IMPOTENCY. By thu (rut t~d ir*#anai.; remedy waaknaaa af tha argue ara epeadily em4 and nil ngar raatarad. Thaaaanda a? iha at tiarraai and debilitated, Who had iaat all hapa, tan I hatn immediately relieved. All lmpadiraanu ta Marriage, Pfcrela?l ar Maaul DiaqaalUaatione, Leee af Pracraatita Power, Harmi Irritability. Trembling and Waaknaaa ar Iilautiw af tha maat faarfai ktad epaadily an: ENDORSEMENT OF 7IIS PRESS. Taa Mart TIcf??*Di carad at Una inatitauao within tha laat aeventeen raut, efid tba namaraaa important largiaal ap4rauoca parrarraad h? Dt. >*baatao, witnaaaad ty ua rapartara af tha papara ana many athar caraana, naticaa af which baaa appaarad again and again harara tha pahUe, haaldaa hia (landing aa a ganuamac af charactar and rairanaihtllty, ta a aaJaiant grarantaa ta tha aBictad. mar l>-ly NOTICE. a ADAllft* EXPRESS CUMPAHY ? This Company offers to the pnblio ** Unequalled Advantarrs " lor the Safe and Quick fhspatoh of I Heavy Freight*. Packages, Valuables, Mouey, Jte. Ac., to all p&rt^ of the United state*. Expresses to and fr?m the North and Wcat dopart from and arrive in Washington twice daily. All Expresses are in oharge of txptrienctd and re'.'"blt Messengers. All Pa^kases for Tha Soldiara carnea at "on half" our usu&l rates. All (io<*la for the so-called "Confederate State*" and all Articlea " Contraband of War" will ba Raruaxc. On' Kxpreaaea leave New York at 1. 9, aad 6 P. M.j arriving in Washington at 6 A. M- afld M# P. M. Expresses leave Philadelphia at 8JO A. M. and 11 P. M., ariiv:"f in Washington at 6 ? P. M, and 6 A.M. Expresses leave Baltimore at 4 30 A. M. and S P. M., arriving in Was; ington at I* A.M. and 5 90 P. M. Expresaea for all points North anrf Weet leave Washington at 7.90 A. M. and 2J0 P M. daily Special Con'rtota for large auantit.-s of Freight oau be made on aaalication to thia ? >ffice. Al1 Oooda sailed lor and delivered fru of Extra ohargea. E. W, PARSONS, Sup't Adams' Express Company. Washington, Augaat?. 1861. an 29-tf Ywood and coal.. OU Will enrely t?t yonr raocoy'a worth by calling at the PIONEER MILLS, stmtkwit car ntr of tit ill and Canal, PA?K, Agent) They sell ohea^r andJI*e r*trer inoaa?ra tian any others in the city?out, > it. ana delivered fr?ao* cuarga. if yo? aoc t t ei>9x? ?1 vs the Pioneer Mills atria., and be satisfied. t-iT.r IgOOTB AMD *? BV1* VMB Were now minifootunas all kinds of BOOTS and SHOE:4, and ooistantir receiving a^u supply of eastern made work of HIrj ?Js- EH9P Eretion, made expressly to order, and wulT wj sold at a maoia lower prioe than has bean" etofore charted in Qua aity for maah infsrier Irtioioi? Persons in want of Bocts and 8ho?s of eastern or aity mads work, will always isd a jood aasorimea Is stoj? +..i at ;>? ??! ?noM, wive is a call. K1FI1N * BRO., M< ' II < t'?r r??'?*n?? IMrll RMV SUPPLIES. ~"~ J UST RECK IT RD480 cans SAUSAGE MEAT, 340 cans FREf^H TOMATOES, 4*+oan? FRESH VEAL, S8n cans BEEF, e la mod*, 240 cans ROAST BEEF, MO cans FRESH MUTTON, Mooans BEEF and URAVY, fcooans SOUP and BOUILL1, Woases FRENCH DESSiCATED VEf E TABLES. For sale at N ew York Factory priost. KINS A BURCHELL, sc ? Corner I and Fifteenth streets. a NEW BOOK*. STORY of ths United Netherlands, by Jo ha Lothrop Mot.ey ; 3 vols.; free b? mail 84. Eb Rise of iheDntoh Repnblis. a history, by Lothrop Motley; Svo.*. 4010th; free by mail, Silas Marner, the Weaver of Ravelol, by the author of "Adam Bede cloth 7a|oents ; paper Mi 06QtA. Life and Career of Jlajor Andre, by W introp Sarjeant; 81J0. After Icebergs with a Painter, a Summer Voyair to La; ra^or^and Newfoundland; by Rev Louis L The Manufacture of Photogenio or Hydro-Carbon Oils, by Thomas Antiseli, M. D.; 81.7*. Any of the above free by laail. FAENCH A RICH8TE1N. a? ? 9T? Pcnna. >vwi?. W BOYS' CLOTHING. E Hare raoeived witt l t:.e .ut day or two a !ar?e a??ortment of BOYTJ' SPRING CLOTHING, embracing all etylee of low-prioed, mediant, and fer.e (uaktiea, which we are eelliag a t veiy low prioea for o*ak. WALL, STEPHENS * CO.. saa Pa. a*., between 9th and lot* eta. m Ti nnteflitepoer and Re?ithlioan.i WE OFFER TO MILITARY MEN a tarn aaeortmentof GREY and BLUE FLANNEL OVER-SHlKTS. WHIT* SHIRTS, DRAWERS. CAMP BLANELTS, HALF-BOSETko., whioh we iiTit* all eaefc perebaeera to examine CO.. Sil? Pa. a*., between 9th MMI9U Ma. ; m M Mntollueneer and RoaaMieaa.) DUPQNT*B GUNPOWDER, Por aw at MaptMtam JOB-N J. BOG UK, eiounowii. D. 0S*l* Aimwy for ti* Dutrut ?/ MmiM. mat. OiMianilKi m 1 Wl M i?< ( *<*"' Kxareea Otmiui. Waehtpcaoa. P. cE fcl-tow gUClWBKAT P^UWhea, cuo , - CgSB&afe, HAMBU10 CUKSK, l-a=?aMDnKT HELM ISOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION. " HIOHLY COlfCXlfTRATMD?* Compound Fluid Extract B*ohu, A Postttvt mmd 8p*riJU Rtwudf For Dimmm of U>a bladder, kidneys. sravel, ib4 dropsical 8well1n08. Tar* Modioina Ibwimw the powor of Die?**?? a.d e*cit-4 ttoe iHOIIHTI into taaithy MCM. by which the watbbt oi cilckboci dapoMiu-aa, bad a i cm*?tcbal knltbolm chti h? irtlow. at wall u tl.m 4>? iKiLtHMiTton, tm |o*d ?r MEN. WOMEN. OR CHILDREN. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCBU For weak mates Arising from Exe*aa*e. Hab.t* of Ptaaipatioa. Early I'diwr'tim or A><in. Attendtd tt*tk the Foii?%ri?f Sympfwm : Indiapoaition to Exertion, Loaa of Powar. Loaa of Memory, Diffeaity of RrsathMB* Weak Nenrea, TreaKiaf. Horror of Dieeaea, WakefwnMfc uimneaa of Vision, Pais ia the Baak, Univ?r?a Laaaitudaof the Moaculer CtiUb, Hot Hauds. Klaahinf of tha H^ly, Drynoka of tha Pkia. E-npuoaa ob tha Fa**, PAI LIT coVNTBHancB. These ?yr.-rt< m?. 11 b owed to go ob, vhiah *a1b medicine mvariMly remorse, aoon folloire IMPOIENCY, FATUITY, EPILEFT1CFTTS, i?? wm% vj ?I?M? I'M rirwj Avrrm * Who oan ray tia< they are not fretaentiy followed by thoee "dibbfcl bt?basw." " INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION." Many are aware of th? oaae* of thair aaffivnac, but ?rom will cojirtea. THE RECOKDSor THE INSANE ASYLCMB And tke Melancholy Dettki b\ Contrnm?f\*n. bsab axflb withk** to tbb tbctb or m ufnnn. Require* the aid of medicine to atreafthe* aad lent orate the Syetaa which HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHC imvmr%ablt 4mt a TBi al will cobtihcb tbb Hoar eiSFTieaL. FBMA LES? FEMALES? FEMALES, OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE. MARRIU), OR CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGBT In Many Afictioni Pteulvar fa Ftmaiti tha Extract Buohn la uoeauaued by an? other remedy, as in Chloroaia or Retention, frrtf ainnly, Paiufutneea, or 8uppreea\on o> Cartomarj Etmuatioca. Ulcerated or Sohmoaa atata of tha Utorua, Leaoorrhea or Whitaa.Storility.aa4 for ail complai-U incident to the bob. whether anaiDf from Indiacretion, Habita of Diaaipatioa. or ib the DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE ' asb eTMrroiee abovi. NO FAMILY SHOULD BS WITHOUT IT. Takt no more Baham, Mercwry, m Uwplioiant Mtdictnt for Unpleasant and Vomgtrout Distant. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHV enm \ SECRET DISEASES In alt their 8ta?e?; At little Eif*u*, Little or no obuie in Diet; No iiweTiiiwm; And no htfotmt. It cause* a fre*u nt deaire giraa itrMftk to Urinate, thereby Rbidutibi obetraoUuBO, Prevettini and Chnoi Strietaree of Ue (nUn, Allaying t am aud icflan maoop, ao free vent to the olaat of dieoahM, aod expoiliac ail Pmmmm, Ihstated, and teem out Matter. THOCiaNM rPOR THorilRM WHO HAVE BEEN THE VICTIMS OF QUACKS, and who have paid A?avw/ttt to beeered ui a abort time, have f>unl thry were deoeiTed, and that tk? roieoH" h&?, by the use of "mov/majirtngtmtt" been dried tip in the ayetem, to breat trat la aa aggravated form, and PERHAPS AFTER MARAIA&*. U? HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCBC all affection* and d^eae * of the C&1.%A1Y ORGANS, whether exietinj in MALE OR FEMALE, from whAt-ver on rinauni ih do ir-nr n HOW LON6 ?TlNDI!lfl DicMo?oof ttew Or(tn- -e^uire the aid of * Dlnmc. II ELM BOLD 8 EXTRACT BUCMU It* THE GRKAT D.l RET1C. and it u oe't&in t" . ?? lao Cm -wt offoot la UiiWKiyar w??m ?(is ITIDBJCI or TBI MOST BBIFOHBIBLB ABB BJB" L1ABLB CHARACTBB wllOBCOompany Ui? oMdioiaos. CERTlPlCATF.8 OP OrRER. , From 8 to ? rtars' iBBllli, ^NKn^nENCEWlND FAME. "PHYSICIANS" PLEASE " NOTICM." TB BABB "BO IBCBBT" OB "IBOBBDLBBYB ' HKLMBOLD'8 EXTRACT BUCHU iiooni^oMd of Mao ha, Ca^ob* aj>4 Jnnp*r BirnM. IMum with |rM oor* by a oompotBnt ort(|iit PREPARED IN VACUO, BT H T. HELWBOLD, PrMUoal And Ala.m oa^ChemiiU aad Sol* Mm HKLMBOLD'8 GENUINE PELEPA&ATI058 AFFIDAVIT. Porsonal'T APDoC/*0 oofoio me. an Aldormaa of th? city of FhraJ^r^, T. Hblmbolb, who b?n.? doiy iwcn, dofn rW.?-" proparaUoM oon ta.L uu ha root c, no meroar." ?' otBor iaj aaea* drag*, bat arJ paroiy r?|?wKMBOLD Sworn and subscribed b*7>n roe, U>-? pf NoTmbtr, IBM WM. f. Aidarmaa, Nlath st.. abort t m*, FlM?? PHYSICIANS IN ATTENDANCE FROM 0 A. M TO 8 P. M. Prlco |1 par WUlo, or all tor *, DoUrorod to uy >dOf?, MIM; j? ma obwrvuut. AddraM lottoia for bfematM ta mltaM to B. T. HELM BOLD, Otitui, Depot, 104 Sovtt TwUaL, WWv ChWiH, Pkll?. BEWA1K OP COUNTBBFBIT1 and VTfPM.JPfCiri.kd DMaLMMS Wko ndMTor to diMM "rf tkMr * '1 "ottow" vtWN ob tSTr^eleuoB atuuMd ?? MdMfl 0?MiM ?< ' ? Extract Bmtkm, ? ? iayxwd "*M VM4. Bold br B. B. Wun, & D. Btutxii, Jna Wiui. B. C. Pou, B. B. toiwuiu, B O. MAJOR, Kivwsu. B Uwi, J. B. MAM*. WnkUltM Mi SMflBm, AJ?> ALL DRWUlkTB XTmaywhmilk. I ASX FOE KZLKBOLD 'B TAJES HO OTHXR Omt ?*Oto uwbMMt id ml tor tt. AND AVOID IKrOBI DON Md BXrOBWLB Dwnh SyWptvwu rn ptf Cimmtmitmtfn* tVM 6NTUM ' AlTiM SltlHI

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