Newspaper of Evening Star, September 6, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 6, 1861 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR. FALL ASP SPRING TRAHSfLAMTISAIs it best to transplant fruit treas in fall or ?pringT Do you think it a good way to bury treea in the ground to keep till spring, before setting them oat7 * The rule must vary somewhat with circum tancee. Tender trees, as the peach and apri?ot, are generally best if set in spring, unless in warm dry soil, in a sheltered plaee, and in a climate not severe. If the aspect is windy, all trees would be better if set in spring It may be added, that soils rather wet, or liable t? become soaked wuh water before freezing, should never receive trees in autumn. The rule should be carried one step further;?such acils should never beset with trees at all. They are unfit until well drained. Much of the "bad luck" that occurs, is from wet subsoils, with dry surface. liardy trees do well for autumn transplanting if the eoil has a dry bottom, and if the place is moderately sheltered from the winds. Apple trees may however be shielded from moderate winds, by banking up around the stem, which aerves to stiffen them, and also to protect the root*?the mounds to be shovelled down again in the spring. Such mounds also serve to protect against mice, as these animals will never ascend a bank of fresh smooth earth under snow. A a a general rule, all hard trees are best set in autumn, if soil, aspect, and climate are fatorable. They get an earlier start in spring. It ia commonly best to dig up trees in the autumn from nurseries in any case, whether for fall or spring setting. If sent long distances, they will be on aand and may be set out early. ' ''Vaw *? * Wa WaaIa/J ?r>4 Ka m/\ra ?hi . A uvj LU WU UtViCU i U, nuu U V UiVl V VUWIU ally aecured from the effect? of freezing, than if standing in the nursery ro*3. The roots and most ot the stem* and branches may be covered with mellow earth. A smooth monnd about them, will effectually protect them from miee. It is absolutely essential that all the interstice* among the roots be well filled? settling the fine enrih. if need be, by pouring In water. If cavities are left, the frost inav destroy them. Thts is the reason that some, persons have been unsuccessful, in Aerpiug trees through winter. With the precautions above mentioned, it is iowever a matter of small consequence at which season trees are put oat, proMdcd the work is well done. It is at leas* a hundred times more important to give them good mellow cultivation afterwards. Here is where so many fail. Some dig little circles about their trees, which is scarcely botter. The whole surface must be cultivated. It is for this reason that trees often do best set in the spring.? because in one case the soil settles, hardens, and crust* through winter, but is left mellow after spring setting This difference oould not exist if the mellowing of the soil were properly attended to.?Country Gentleman. THE SECKEL TEAR. In a recent conversation with John Morse _# *%_ < 11 i ? * ci i>ayuga Bridge, woo nas nan uiucn experience in raising and marketing pears, bo placed the Bartlett first on the list; next the Doyenne Bouaaock, and third, the Flemish Beauty. lie next named the Serltl, but remarked that it* email size was a serious objection. The Seckel, however,has some important advantages. It is scarcely ever attacked by fireblight.?it ia a great bearer?and it is perhaps the richest in flavor of any pear ever raised. The objection of want of size may be partly obviated by good cultivation. Some years ago a few trees growing in grass gave fruit aboat the usual size, or a little larger than cherries The ground was then plowed and kept well cultivated, and the next crop furnished specimens as large as Virgalieus. They had at leasl tripled in bulk. Last year, from a dwarf tree, standing in a strong rich cultivated soil, w? bad Meckel pears, the largest of which averaged three inches long, and two and a half ic diameter, they were nearly as large as gocd Flemish Beauties, and would not have been recognized as Beckers. The crop this year, on the same tree pronfises to be nearly as large. We have recently examined two large Seckel tr?ea on the grounds of B AS. Beatty ol Cayu*a Co. The roots entered under an ash home, and additional vieor is imparted hj refuse slops. They are loaded with fruit, while other aorta bear little or nothing. The crop, they state, usually furnishes as large pears ac Virgalieus. So confident are they that this variety, by proper cultivation, may be made tc grow large enough fur market, that they have recently set oat a young orchard consisting largely of Seckels ?Country Qentleuuin. oca A MS TEAMERS' SAILING DA Y,S F*0* TBI UlITIB bTATBS. Lsart. For. P*vt. 6 iifot _...New York-,.Liverpool?..Kept ' Araco Now York_.Havre.?.......:$ept 1< Fro* Kusori Ol*agow?_....Liverpool....New York..Auk. 21 Jura ... ... Liverpool New York..An*.2 Arama .? ..Liverpool....Boston .An*. 2Afr oa Liverpool. ._New Vork.. Auj.S Tbe California mail steamers leave New Yorl on the 1st, lith. and 21st of everr month. %/ WOOD AND COAL. 1 OU Will surely get your money'* worth bj flailing at the PIONEER >111.L8, simtktitst tor sr q/ Stvmtk itrs?? and I -mai, (GEO. PAGE Ager.L) They **il otieapfr and give better ruea* jri than any osiers m the o;ty?cut, split, ru*l dellv red free of char;*. If yon doc t I e-iieva , i v< thePioneer Mills atria., and be ?a&isfiea. Myj A PI LL ASSORTMENT OP BRASS AN11 \\OODEN DRUMS. Drum Head*, J?ruo (Hicks and Su-.res. ^rassand Copper KuKisa.Fifua Plate#. Baujoi. Guitar*, and low prices : mt arrived at the Muaio Store of W. 6. MKT JERi ?TT. corner of Eleventh atroet and Penna, arenas. n 17 CARRIAGES. HE Subscriber having male additions to hii factory, making it now one of the larcett^ jpm B in the Diatriet, where hia faoilitieaVMgSWft for man ulactu ring CARRIAGES and Mr JLl LlGHT WaCONS of ail kinds cannot be snr passed, and from his long experienoe 14 the bast Less, be hopes to give general satisfaction. AL1 kinds of Carnages and Light Wagons kep on Mcd> All REPAIRS neatly done, and all order promptly attended to. Seoond hand Carriages taken in exehange foi new ones. ANDREW J. JOYCE, d U tf oorner of Fourteenth and E at*. fiXI NEW BOOK*. LIS TORY of the United Netherlands, by Jo hi throp Motley ; 2 vols; free h? mail, f?. he Ri?eof the Dutch Republis, a history, b n Lothrop Motley; 3 voa. cuoth; free by mail Silas Marser, the Weaver of Ravelol, by th< autnor of "Adam Dede, olotii 7S|cent* ; paper 6 06Qtl. I tfm Ps r*?. ?/ U.l^. a -J ? W_ i?n_. *??? ?UU VI iU^JUl AUUIC, UJ TT lfl|TO| Barceant; fl*o. Alter Ioebergs with a Painter, ft Summer Voyar to Labrador and Newfoundland; by Rev Louis L Nob e ; flJO. The Manufacture of Photogenic or Hydro-Car bon Oils, by Thomas AntiseU, M. D.; ft 1.75. Afi) <u tao ftbove free Dy man. FRENCH A R1CH*TEIN, ftp 8S a7? Penna. avenue. I [NION PAPER AND EN VELOPEf.-Twen tJ ty different style* of Note and Letter Paper, With Knvelotes to matoh. Views of Vv aahmgton in the form of a Roae,ao< in Konk form ; also, separate All the Daiij ai d Weekly Papers oonataotly 01 hand. Herald. Time*, and Tribute reoeivedever] night at 6 o'clock. Papers from all ^arts of the oountry. Bea?1 e's Dime Novels and Song Books. A fresh supply of Hooks for summer readme A^arge assortment of JuvenilM? Mayne Reid'i Books, Rollo Books, Abbott's Histories. Ac. A discount of 1" to sf> per oent. on ftil bound book FRENCH A RiClHSTEIN, rma a National Books toreTaT* Pa. av. W'K OFFER TO MILITAftY MEN a law wkioa we invite all cash purohaaers to examim before making tbeulU?EPHEN9 A CO., Pa. av.f between 9th and 10th ats. (Intelligencer and Repebican.) g JREA'? tyaK6 Al> S IN PIANOS.-One ver us* ni i ? sonc nut lor RUl; vr; UM loitwood CU.ckarinji' make|MBH Ibr frK>; on# Ro*ewood Newman & Bro.'a'Wl 1' make tpr ?7S. at the Mialo Store of YV. e. METZ FkOTT. toil unt of Stetnway 4 Bona mm llMV>n > ro 'i Pitoo* <M 11 SPRING OLOTMINS. ALL, 8 i ki'Mh.^s A CO. are una day in re MiMol taeir second ?ntp!v of SPRING CLOTH IN? m<1 material for their custom trade, oon?i?t lax of New C!otii?. CHuacn and Vmtinea, of th latoat atyloa, vUioa U??r will mat a to order m aa fealor at?la at vary low pi io?e, eaotiamw wi?hin an immediate oatftt will fin* In oar Read?-made Department every artiola o Wearing Apparel editable to their wai.ta. WALL. STKPHBNS A CO., a? H tu Paan. (V1KW YORK PRICKS FOR ALL KINDSOI I* CLUfTHiNG. HATS, CAPS7 TRUNKS 2Ah&&* cfillLARS.and TlV5i a hMlTH 8, No. 460 beveata at., oppoait* Poa t,'<? bua. OATS, averaging 38 lb* Mr baahel. _WSw 4 HuRCHKLL, i?>l ' ornf Fif>?t otl. ?t aVfmont nr hPMlAL UARGA1NS IN MOL'RNINV ?OUM. A11>fler a. I 0?a Mt grade* of Movafag Goodj ". v* *tmu' rib " Ttaejr go r If lit to Umi 8pot? INSTANT RELIEF STOP \UUfc COUGH TURIFV YOUR BREATH STRENGTHEN YOUR VOICK! SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS, 1U GOOD CLERGYMEN, GOOD FOR LECTURERS, GOOD FOR PUBL IC SPEAKERS, GOOD FOR ShVGERS, GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES GENTLEMEN CA RRY SPALDING'S THROAT CG'NFECTIONS. LADIES ARE DELIGHTED WITH SPALDING'S THROAT CONNECTIONS. CHILDREN CRY FOR SPALDING'S TnROAT CONFECTIONS. They re'ieve a Conch instantly. They clear the Throat. They give strength and volume to the yoioe. They impart a delioions aroma to the breath. They are delightful to the taste. They are made of simple herbs and cannot harm any one. 1 advise every one who has a Conch or a Husky Voice, or a Bad Breath, or any diffioultfc of the Throat, to get a paokage of my Threat Confeotiora. They will relieve yon instantly, and yon will agree with me that "they go rirht to the spot.' You will find them very useful and pleasant while traveling or attend in* public meetings, for stilling your Cough or allaying your thirst. II you try one paokage I am safe in saying that you will ever af terwards consider them indispenaible. You will find them at the Druggists and Dealers tn Medicvnes. PRICE TWENTY FIVE CENTS. My signature ia on each paokage. All othera are counterfeit. A Package will be aent by mail, prepaid, on r* oeipt of Thirty Centa. Address, HENKY C. SPALDING, Kn. IS OEnm MTU PI T MDW VflD W ? ? WUVMO* w ?>UU S 9 AW LI ?* vnik* i i CURE NervousHeadache Headache. Br the km of these Pills the penodio attacks o ytrrrms or S%ck n**datk* mar be prevented; and I taken at the crnimenoemont ol an attack mime ditto relief from pain and sickdmi will be obtained, They seldom fail in removing the Namsia and H*adatk* to whtoh fema:<m are bo aubjeot. They aot gently upon the ftoweli,-removing Cm ' ItriMJJ. For LUtrnry Mtn, Stmimtt, Delicate Female*, and ail peraona of s*l$nt*rv kabu*, they are valuable U a Lasatirt, improving the *pr*ntt, givmi > icmt and tritot to the digeative orgaaa, and re atorlng the natural elasticity and strength of tk< > whole aystoin. I The CEPHALIC PILLS are the remit e# long investigation and oarefally oonduotod ex peciaserU, i having been in nae many years, during whioh tmw ; ther have prevented and relieved a vant amona* o] pain and Buffering rom Headaohe, whether originating in the ntrvous ayatem or from a deranged ; atato of the stomach. They are entirely vegetable in their ooropoaition and may be taken at all timea with perfeot aafetj , without mating any ohangeof diet, amd tkt abl ttnci qf any dtiatr**ai>ls tattt rtndtrt it taty tt admtnuttr tktm to tkildrtn. I BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! The genuine h&ve live aignatures of Hear? C Spacing on eaoh Box. Sold by Dngguta and all other Dealers in Medi eta?. A Box will be Bent by mall prepaid on reoeipt e the PRICE, a* CENTS. ? 11 er4ers ahoald be addreaaed to HENRY C. SPALDIN?, 48 CKDAB Stxiit, N*W YOXK. Frim tit Ezmmimtr, Nor/oik, Fa, Cephalio Pilla aooompUah the object for whiek tey were made, via: Care of headaohe la all iti rma. Ptwm tkt ?x*mt**r, fftr/tth, Fa. They hare been teated in mere than a theiaini aaeea, with entire ancoesa. Fram tkt Dtmtrmt. St. Cltmd, Mimm. If yon are, or have been tronbled w ith the head ache, aend for a box, IOep^ _ Pilla ,) so that yoi IHM/ M??W NlVMl IU V??U VI Prom tin Wtstom H. R. H***tu, Cki?4?, III, * We be*rtily endorse Mr. Spaidini, u4 hi* aa t rivalled Cephaho Pilla. r fvm l4i Somtkom Pmtk Pmdw, If mm OrlHkm, La Try them ! yon that ere afflicted, andwe are ear that yoar teetiraony oan be added to the aliead; - numerooa hat that ha* received benefits tkat si o other medtoine oan prodnoe. prrm tkt H*nttt, Dovmport, low. Mr. Btaldinc would not oonneot hla name will an artiole he did not Imow to po?*e** real merit. 9 n From tkt Advsrtistr, Priwidmn, 1L I. TheCephaiio Pi'.laare said to be a remarkabl; f effective remedy for the hoadaahe, and one oflh vory beet for that very fre^aent oompiaint vhiol e haa ever been diaoovered. le i. tkt 8t. Lomit Jiwiwii, The lmmenae demand for tka article (CapfcalU PiUa) la rapidly inoreaainr. >Vwi 1*4 K****** VtUloy Stmr, 7*. We are an re that per sun a aofle-tnr with the head actio, wtio ttj them, will etsok (o t&era. i From tkt Advtrtitor. Prttidmtt, if. I. The teatiiunrv in their favor la atront, from Ik 1 moat reereotab'e quarter*. From tkt Daily Wn?i, JVtwftri, R. I. Cepbalio Pills are taking the jlaoe of all kinda. From tkt Commortial BnlltUn, Baton, Matt, 1 Said to be very efficaoioua for tba headaohe. From tkt Commtrtinl, Cincinnati, Okio, Buffering humanity oan now ba relieved. i ? J \ IZT A aiDfie bottle of Spaldlagl Prepared Glue will aava ten timea ita ooat annaaliy. " SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! I SPALDING'S P~REPARKTi flT.rrnt I _? SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SAVE THE PIECES! ECONOMY! DISPATCH cr-A 8titc? m Tim 8a vm Niwk."_ttt I Aa aooidenta will kM?% in well rem lit* " faro ll tee, it ia very deeir*ble to iifva torn6 aha* uxCooovenient way for reyairtng Furniture, Toji J Crockery, Ao. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE bmU all ai?h eraergenoiee, and no houaehold oa Afford to be without iU It ia alwaya ready, and to the atlokinx feist M USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE." t N. B.-A Braah aooompaniee each Bottle. Prie E H o^Dtla * Addr^ai HENRY C. 8PALD1N0, NO. ?S Cedar atrMt M? V?>, CAUTION. am MrtftlB uyrtnoiylad ytnnm art ?rt?mIbi |i palm off on y?? an?>s???tinc Mbito, unitatioM a B7 PREPARED SLUE, 1 woml.i cuSoiT!p? om i* OMiM twfer* parohf uac, aad ?m tha FAliiumi PREPARED ?LIIjn| u? uiMiaMfww; IU # - AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE' DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES,! DISEASE' DEATH' AWFUL SACRIFICES' DISEASE' DEATH'. AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DBATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH' AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACUIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! Awful ljaerifio6?! Disease! DeaUi! Awfsl ftaonBoas! Disease! Awful Sacrifices! Disease! De?lh! Awful Haonfioes! Ditetse! Death! Awf- j| tJacr.fioee! D'sease! Death! Awful Sscnfcoes! Disease! Death! BTRIK'J AT THE ROOT Or THE DI'SEABE! 8TRIK E AT THK ROOT OF TKR niau??u PTR1J iE AT THE ROOT OF THE DISEASE! 8TR1 KK AT THE ROOT OF THE DISEASE! STR IKE AT T^E ROOT OF THE DISEASE! STF.IKEATTHK ROOT OF THE DISEASE! 8trike at the Root of the Diaeaae ! Strike at the Root of the Dieeaae! Strike at the Root of the Diaeaae! Strike at the Root of the Diaeaae! Strike at the Root of tbe Diaeaae ! Strike at the Root of the Diaraae ! /((CONSUMPTION. INSANITY. EPILEPTIC H FITS, GRAVEL, DROPSY. LANGOUR. NERVOUSNESS. CONSUMPTION. GRAVEL, INSANITY, DROP8Y, 1 EPILEPTIC FITS, LAN60UR, Nti'B l/hllOM FOU -1 Consumption, Insanity, Epiltptie Fit.*, m Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Fits, Consumption, Insanity, Epiltptie Fits, j Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Fits, K . Consumption, Insanity, Epiltptie Fits, ? ; Consumption, Insanity, Epiltptie Fits, L i Grave), Dropsy, Langour, Nervousness, - i Gravel, Dropsy, Largour, Nervousness, Gravel, Dropsy, Largour, Nervousness, Gravel, Dropsy, Langour, Nervouimess, I Gravel, Dropry, Langour, Nervousness, Gravel, Drofsy, Langour, Nervousness, i Universal Lassitude of the Mutoular System, Universal I awitude of the Musoular hystem, Uuiverral Lassitude of the Musoular System, f Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System, ? Universal Lassitude of the Musou'ar System, Univeaal Lassitude of the Musoolar System, n: -? -.* ? vnrniRH "i vision, impotenoy ana insanity, Dimness of Vision, Impotency and InsauitT, Dimness ot Vision, Iinpotenoy and Insanity, Dimness of Vis:>n, Inipotenoy and Insanity, Dimness of Vision, 1 in potency aid Insanity, Dimness of Vision, Iinpotenoy and Insanity, thousands of the young thousands of tfte young thousands of the young thousands of the young thousands of the young thousands of the young OI both sexes die annually of the alioye Diseases, caused by abuse of the generative organs, generative organs, generative organs, generative organs, generative organs, generative organs. . 1 and from diseaaea ariaing from " Habits of Disai1 pation." Diteuei of these urbane require (he aid of a Diuretio. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUC11U j : HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU ' HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU : HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU J HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU 1 HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU r HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU > 18 THE GRKAT Dll'RKTIC IS THE GREAT DIURETIC IS THE GREAT DIURETIC IS THE GREAT DIURETIC IS THE GREAT DIURETIC IS THE GREAT DIURETIC ano' a positive and peoifio remedy for dieeaeea of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS. GRAVEL, DROPSY, j ORGANIC WEAKNESS, ABUSE, Sjphilit o aud Venereal Diseases, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, ( FEMALE COMPLAINTS, I FEMALE COMPLAINTS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, I FEMALE COMPLAINTS, and *11 l)iM<N of the Generative Oriant, whether oxiating in I YOUNG OR OLD, YOUNG OR OLD, YOUNG OR OLD. YOUNG OR OLD, .YOUNG OR OLD, YOUNG OR OLD. YOUNG OR OLD, YOUNG OR OLD. YOUNG OR OLD, YOUNG OR OLD, YOUNG OR OLD, YOUNG OR OLD. I \ MALE OR FEMALE, MALE OK FEMALE, MALE OR FEMALE, 1 MALE OR FEMALE, MALE OR FEMALE, MALE OR FEMALE, 1 ? From whatever oauee originating, acd no matter ol 9 HOW LONG STANDING, HOW LONG STANDING, I HOW LONG STANDING, HOW LONG STANDING. HOW LONG STANDING. HOW LONG STANDING, HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU 6 HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU JIELMBOLD 8 EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU ! HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU la pIwitnt in its taste and odor, immediate in its aotion, free from all "injurious properties," and is taken without "hindrance" from "business." LitUe or No Chance in Diet. Little or No Change in Diet. Little or No Change in Diet. Little or No Change in Diet. Little or No Change in Diet. Little or No Change in Diet. Cures at "Little Expense" and "No Exposure." ? cares at " l?ittie Expenee" and "No Exposare." ' Caret at "Little Expense" and "No Exposure," Caret at "Little Expense" and "No Exposure." Cares at 14 tattle Expense" and "No Exposare." Cares at "Little Expense" and "No Exposure." a If yon are saffering send, or oall for the remedy at once. Explicit directions aooomyany. Prioe 1 per bottle, or six for $i. delivered to any address. Sold in Washington by 8. B. Waits.Z. D. Oilmam, D. B. Claxk. Kiswxll k Lacxxbck, S. C. Pobd, and by Draggists everywhere. Physician in > attendanoe frost a. m. to S p. in ? Direct letters HELMBOLP'S MEDICAL DS roT, 104 South Tenth street, b? low Chesnut. Desonbe syiuptows in a'.l oonmnaKaUons. , |Zv~ Advice gratis, H7?Cure?Guaranteed. I wrsiy 1 i $ I fro* stamping PACKET OF PAPEft AND KMVELOPE? WO MAVCI, METKOPOL17A* BOOKSTOEE. PAILP * BOLOMOMB* Attrnti fmr LmmtmW* uUbr*ttd Lt**n T*rmt "MuW4f* MiUt," *? . *?. ? H-ly bet. ?tb loth rti. WASHINGTON LOCK HOSPITAL. I\K. 8HUMAN haa, after an exjenenoe of ten mJ yeara, eatabliahed the above refute from quackery, aalf-labeled Indian or German Joctora, r..?yum vi wiwuvnui kuu iiufviwri iu IOD TU Thia la the only plaoe whern a aura and apeedy onre can be oEtaiued In the world for all Improper and eril habita, gonorrhaa, gleet, aeminal weakneia, ayphilha, primary. aeoondary. and tertiary, organio weaknaaa. pain a in the lolna, atriotoraa, generaldebility, proatration. nerTou?n?*aa, reatleaa nighta. palpitation of the heart, ringing in the eara, loaa of memory, confusion, me'.anoholT, affeotlona of the head, throat, noae, and akin, and all tlioae pecu.iar dlaordera ariainc from the melioration of yoath, rendering them unfit for either bnameu, atudy, aooiety, or marriage. Dr. 8. haa the greateat remedies In the known world for diaeaaea of the blood, gonorrhn. gleet, atriotiurea, ayphillia, eeminal weakneaa, aeli aouae, 4c. There ia no oaae in whioh they tail to cure in from t to day a. V lotima of theee horrible oomplainta, who woald wish to be valuable men and ornaments to aoeietj, ahuuid embraoe tha earlieet opportunity for relief. Dr. 8human haa made the moat oompiete arrangementa for the oomrort of bia patienta who oome from a diatanoe. 'iliey will be fnrniahed with the moat pleaaant and agreeable quarter^, neoeaaary diet, and made aa comfortable aa they would be at a firat olaaa hotel at leaa than half the ooat. Do notforget the name and number. Dr. 8ha mans nffloe ib on the corner of Sixth street and Pennsylvania avenue, Clarendon Hotel, opposite the National Hotel, Washington, D. C. Persons atadist&nne should enclose stamp for return postage. Office hours, 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. Various parties have been entioed lrom my institution by oertain swindlers on baok streets in this city, who will rue it till the day of their death, A wortl to the wis* is snffieiwnt up ? 1* #Cur* Couth, Cold, Hoarftntfs, In/utizt anv Irritation or Serf ntfs of thi Throat, Ktlurt ikt Hackint Couth in Conrumrtton, Bronrhitit, Aihma, t Catarrh, Cltar and firs *tr?ntth to th TOtrs PUBL 1 CSINGER* K K R 8 Few are aware of the importanoe of oheetinf a Conch or "Common Cold" in its first stiue; ttiat which in the beg inm* would ?ie!d to a mil?1 remedy, if negleoted, soon attacks the Lunis. "Krcttn't Bronrhial TVooUj," oontainwig demulcent ing red ienU, allay Pulmonary and Hionohiai Irritation. "That trouble in my Throat, (fot BROWN 8 whioh the "jyothtf" area sp?cifio having made me often a mere wins TROCHES perer* N. P. WILLIS. hkuwn'R " i rpoommeua ineir iw 10 ruin Sruins." TROCH Kfl REV. E. H. CHAP1N. "Great aervioeinaoNluiog Uoarsb BROWN'S mes." REV. DANIEL WISE. vnnoaua "Almost inetaot relief in the dia

tr-essiiiR labor of breathing peculiar iirdwn'S to Asthma." UKUwrns REV. A. C. EGGLKSTON. TKOCHE8 "Contain no Opium or anything injurious." DR. "A- A HAVES, BROWN'S Cktmist, JJosiom, wrochkh Ml TgZS'lZT* BROWN'S UK' B'BKL^?. P<1<<11VU ** Bene&oial in Bronchitis." TkdlHk* DR. J. K. W. LANE, BROWN'S Bof M I have proved them excellent foi TROCHES Waoonna Co??h." REV. H. W. WARREN. BROWN'S Boifm. ? " Beneficial when compelled U TROCHES? speak, suffering from Coi.D." BROWNT* ^e.*Vr.ANDL?SnN.u voo^Hk'u " KrfKTUL in removing Hnarae a3(i Irritate.n of the Throat, eo iirown'm common with Spsaxsk* aril Sih? E1S." florHRH Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON, /.? (rrwil, f.V R P i) w *j'?j Teaofcer of M ueio, S?nthoro bku ?> r? s Female Col!ete. TROCHES "8.-oat benefit when taken before and a/t*r preaching, as the? preveul BROWN'? Flc*rseuei??. F'ora Iheir paet effect, 1 think ttey w<!I be of permanent adTKOCUK8 fisUte to me, ftKV. B. ROWLEY, A. M. BROWN'S President of Atkeua Coliece, Teun. TROCHES IT^Snld by all Druf lists at TW KNTY FIVE CENTS A BOX.^Ji 4s 1-ly J or FOR THE SICK AND SVFFEJUN* LET ALL wtjdAKh avvlicteu ATT-LY THE REMEDY RE JO 19X nf HEALTH. Frltrt. 4o yo? safer.' Are rot the Tistna of My f these namerois ailments wkick arise frem imparity of the Llood.' What are they, do yos ask I feather ark. what are they not? The blood is ths oaroe ef life and health, and it is the first element af A?P (iAin> It ?n? ?? >* a>ki?k ? ?? Wl W I WVfVUM ?w M. r vwm?w wutvu aUCVM the arc^era, aa the paiae :n!alliblj attests. The ever prevailing Nearalgta, the Irritating Erysipelas,the ssbtie Sorofu;a. the aconiiiat Rheumatism, Ner?o?i Debility, J>y?pep?ii^ Liver Complaint with it* torpor and dejection, ana the nimberless ills that >esn is heir tc, derive tneir hideous origin from tne blood. Deal kindly then and fen! y with the blood. Vsa the vitaliiing reaouroea of natare for 1U aid. and aafer aa to oommend to ycer ooufidence ana aaa that tnuy valaable medicament known aa MKS. M. oors INDIAN TEUETAELE DEMOTION. VY ith regard to thia almoat infallible aaeaifc* sopnlar aei:timer.t has awoken is decided terms and the eviuenees of this great eJF.oaoy are aaa taired by constant avowa.s of curative effccta aod the happiest resaica from ita ve are After ail other remedies and the best medical skill hare failed. Lst aa ear, in owcinaion, that cerU&oatea aires are not sum lit from the illiterate and superficial, bat they anre volunteered from the moat respectable ponrces ana jastify the highest terms is whioh it ia poaaihle to oommeaA bo valuable a aaooiDc to pa t>lic aa pro val. W e may add aieo thai tne ourati ve properties of the modioine are e* uaiiec only by its restorative effects, the a^atem reoover inc fromcliaeaae with renewed constitutional vigor. For saie by all roc pec table Druggists in this aity, and by tne proprietor, MRS. M. COX, None genuine unless her name ia blown on the Pottle ana her seal on the cork *va^M n ? i - * - ? * * ? - il/ rnoo per Mint, six Domes ior w\eUt*lt 4i?I, R. 8. I. C198KL, Dr atrial eorgetown. D C., Wholesale Agent for ths District, and will sapply ths trade at my prices. aalt-tr 'J'HE ALk SUFFICIENT THREE. fRICPEMAR.lJ and ft-Protootad In Rora. Letter* Patent of England, and aeonred by the t?eals of the Eoois de Fharmaoie de Paris, and the Imperial College of Medioine, Vienna. No. 1 ib invaluable for <uthaasUon and naterThea, and all physical disabilities. No. 2 completely eradicates all traoes ef those tissues that have been hitherto treated by the namaeoua and pernioions uss of oosaiva and oabebs. No. s has entire!? aapplanted the injurious see of tneroury, thereby lnsnrinc to the sufferer speedy relief, dispersing all impurities, and rootinc os Ike venom of disease. TR1ESEMAR, No*. 1, s and ?, are prepared la the form of a losenje. devoid of tasts ami smell, and oan bo oarried in the waistooat pocket. Bold in tin oa*a*. and divided into separate doaes, a* ad ininiaterod by Velpeau, Lallemand, Koax, Rioord Ac. Price #3 each, or four oasac for 09, whiok save* 13; and in A?7 nases, whereby there is a savint of I'J. To ka nul. whalnasls smt r?t>il nf n? SBRROW.of 194 bleeoker etroet, New ^ork, Hn.vhMelr on reoemuf & remittance, pr. barrow will forward/the Tneamnar to any part of the world, ?ourely paoked, and addressee aaoonUag to tke in muouoaa of the vi iter. The Book, of al) other*, that should be read by met with damaged and broken down constitutions is "Human Frillty, or Physiological Researches." a| is beautifully illustrated, and treats minutely of l the symptoms that invariably develop them elTos, sooner or later, resulting from the frailties and vitiating habits or early routh, incapacitating the victim irom soaring the fruition of toe matrimonial state, and. 1; not oheaked in time, degenerating all the fanotions of manhood, and brine tog him, step by step, to a lingering and untimely ddath. Sold by I>r. HARRO\v7l94 Bleecker street, four doors below Maodougal, New York. Pnoe St oenta. Bent free every where. Sold also by 8. C. Foru, Jr., Drag Store, Washington, D.C. detP-?m ^UINUUATS won. TBI WESTERN RIVERS. QvAKTBHAtTia 8isnu'i Orvic*. { Wa*ki*tton, Jv?< 17,1861. f Pkoposals are invited for oonstrsetinf 6?nboets upon the Western rivers Specification* will be immediately prepared and may be examined at the Quartermaster's Of&oe at Cincinnati. Pittsburgh, and at this offioe. Proposals from huet-builr era and engine-bnild err alone will be oousidered. Plans submitted by bidders will be taken into oonsideration. M. C. MEIGS, te K <J parterwiaster General United States. I^UOTS AMD VO SV1V VU We are now maasfaotsrioi all kinds of BOOTS and SHOES, and ooiitantly reeeinnc a^^^ apply of eastern made work of everida-BHB sorption, made expreealf to order, and will V HJ be sold at a muoh lower snoe than has been* Ha heretofore charted in this city for mach inferior artioes. Persons in waat of Boots and Shoes ef eastern er ity made work, will alwavs find a road uMrimn la (tor* and at Ik* lowegt yrioM. Cire aa a oaii.~~ E1FFIN * ?RO? %? ? ?? >? ??> * I ir%ni? itwm GTBUW'^iSVgS^r^.'g Roaohoa, Bod Bn*% inU. Ao, Jttoora'a Rat and odm Kxtorainvtor nawfaila. MixiVa Benzine Sill remove paint, vara'ah. or (r?aa? of any kind orn the moatdahoate fkbrio, ailk or woolaa, without injury to color or othtrwiaa; will clean Kid W wi Kntf ti t i* A. v BEY~ SfOli IKON t'L-ATB PIANO jTrlhHfciSjfJ"'*""*BT,!K mm* j axMtwa. M10 1 I TRAVELLERS' DIRECTORY. JJN1TED STATES ^MILITARY ROUTS. SPECIAL NOTICE TO TRAVELERSCHANOK~OF HOVKS. Oh and after Monday, Augvtt lVtA, 1841, riUINSn TKAIMS WILL EtTN * FOLLOW*: LEAVE WASHINGTON H ( ud 13) m. 2 30 and 5 46 p. m., arriving at BaJUmor* at 7.46 and 9.10 a. in. ami 4.i>6 awl 7J0 p. m. LEAVE BALTIMORE at 4jn and 8.40 a. in. and S.46 and 5 p m , arnviac at Washington at*and 1'VIS a. m. and at 6 J' and b 46 p. m. PHIH0H Train* leaving Washington at 7.?i a. in. aud 23> f. rn-.and Baltimore at 14f? a. m and 3.46 5. m . make direoloonnaiiona for Annapolis at Lie unction. Train leave Annapoli* for Baltimore and Waaa in*ton at 6J6 a. m. and ip.n Paaeenger Train* leaving Washington at 6 and ? ? C- 5 . _ ... ... ... .. . - .u. mi?r uirrci connexions M Baltimore for Philadelphia and New York. Al! artiolee of freight (not oontraband of war) will be transported over the lis*. Tonnage Train* will leave Baltimore at 4 30 a. m. Leave Washington at 7 p. m. By order of the Secretary of War: THOMAS A^aCOTT. THOMAS U. CANF1ELD, ' Aasutant Manager. an 17-tf SPECIAL NOTICE. SUNDAY TRAIN. On and after SUN DAY. Sflth Jaty, there will be but one Sunday daily train? Leave WASHINGTON at 2.30 p. m. for NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA. From New Yora and Philadelphia,arriving in Washington at 6 lo a. m. J.A.SCOTT. jy Jn General Manager. STV A M U7 L'L'V f V utwuton^ n tt una u I p r I TV t NKU VOKK AND LIVERPOOL. Laadirg and embarking paaeeogera at Queenatown, Iceland The Liverpool. New York and Philadelphia Pteamihie Corapar; intend di?p?iohinc their full powered C yd*-built iron S*team*hip? u follow* : GLASGOW .........Satur?.av, August 3d. CITY OF BALTIMORE. " " loth. KANGAROO. " 44 13th. And ever; Saturday at noon, from Pier44, North river. Firat Cabin ,.?75 Do. to I.nndon SO Do. to Pari a. .... *5 Do. to Hamburg . 86 Steerage ? #*> Do. to L.ondon .... .. 34 ik). to h?;ib_?..... a* Do. to Humbarg............ 36 Paeaengera forwarded to Havre, Bremen. Rotterdam, Antwerp. Ao , at reduoed through larea. Hereon* wishing to bring out tbetr friend* oan buy ticket* at low ratoel or further information apply at the Capta'.na Uftoe. JOHN 6. DA L* . Agent, 15 Broadway. N . Y . Or toQ. A. HERRING. Aoama Kxpree* Baitimore. j ^? .INDIVIDUAL ENTERPRISE ^ jwjj LINK. EASTER* AND WESTERN SHORE STEAMERS. "RENT," Capt. J H. Kirwan. "PTONKERrCift. W. Norman, Will ran their routes a* folloVs, leavi ? Light street, Baltimore, foot of Camden, at T o'clock A. M : KENT?For Cambridge. Denton and Landing* on Choptank river, every WEDNESDAY and HATrRDAY, returning every Thursday and Monday. For Annapolis and West River, every TUBS DAY and FRIDAY and returning aa-redays. PIONKKR?For gt. M-chael's an* Ea?ton, via Mile's River, every WEDNbSDAY,aad return the same day. For Annapolm, West R iver, Cambridge, O*ford and Eaaton Point, every THURSDAY, returning by wine route on Friday For Annapolis. West River, St. Michael's and Ka. ton, via Mile e River Ferry, every SATllR I>AY, returning every Monday by same routeFare to Cambridge, Denton, Oxford and Faxton Point ilM Fare to St Miohaol'a and Miles' Rivot,(round trip ?1.) 1i? Fare to Went River,(round tn?, ?!>. 1 ?n Fareto AnnaponM'ound tris7SoenU)_?. 75 M HALS EXTRA. iirFreirhtmust be pr*ptud. Whirl kml DKIm l lfciiVu-r r? " -? - ?---? ?MWf uiv>t a i1 'ufc "i | Baltimore. C. K. CANNON. NORTHERN ??SP?J8I CENTRAL RAILWAY. SUPER IN TEN RENTES OPFlCE.i Calvkrt Statioh, Batlmore. May >8, IWil.. \ On and after Sunday, Mat 19th, 1861, Train on the NORTHERN central AaILWaY *r rive aua depart u foilowa, until further notice. TRAINS NORTH. MAIL at 8.15 A. M. EXPRKSS atstf P. M. HAKRISBURU ACCOMMODATION at I P. m. The 8.1.1 A. M. train ootid ecta at Relay Hoim with train* ?n the Weatero Maryland Rai road, at Hanover Jacotmn with Hanover and Ge'tebarg Railroada; at York with York and Wnghtavi'le Rai.road; at Harr'*huriwith Penaaylvama Rai road for ail part* of the w eat, a. an with L?b*nnon Valley Railroad to N*w Yorkitirut; at North urn berland with L and B. Wan road for Rincatonand ai: parts of \Y rooming Valleyjand at yunoary with the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad lor all part* Northern Penoaylvania and New York. The 3 Si P. M train inakea all the above oonneo muu>^ un>r> nnnuver K%urna<i, wrightsville Railroad and the Lebannon Val!?T Railroad Tne 8 P. M tram makes connections with Penn sy'.vania Railn ad for ali parts of the West, aad direot oon&eots for New York. TRAINS ARKITE. Mall at6 10 P M.; Expreis at 7 46 A. M.; Harrisbnr? Accommodation at 2.43 P. M For Tickets and information mqnire at the 1 loket Office, Calvert Station. Baltimore. J. C. CLARK. Sop't. ?LEAVE PHILADELPHIA I FOR NEW YORK. The Camden and Amhoy and Philadelphia and Trillion Railroad Companies' Lino lro? PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YOHK AND WAV PLACfey.fn .n WALNUT STREET WHARF AND KENsl NOTON DEPOT, will leave as fol lows: At 6 A. M . via Camden and A in boy. (C. and A. Accommodation.) At 6 A. W . via Camden and Jersey City, (N.J. Accommodation.) At 8 A. M , via Camden and Jersey City,(Morning Mail.) At lis A. M , via Keuaington and Jersey City, (Western Express.) At 12H P. M., via Camden and Amboy.i Aooommortatipn.) aur w., via Caindeo and A an boy, (C. and A. Express.) At 4H I* M , via Kensington and Jersey City, (Evening Express.) At Ot H' M , via Kensington and Jersey City, (Seoocd Class Ticket) At 6 P. M., via Camden and Jersey City, (Evening Mail.) At Ilk P. M., via Camden and Jersey City, (Sooth era Mail.) At 5 P. M , via Camden and Amboy.fAooomjnodation, freight and passenger, First Class TiokeC) Beooud Class Ticket. The6 P. M Mail Train rnna daily. The ILK PM. Mail, Saturdays excepted Por Belvidere, Easton, Lambertnlle, Plenungton, Ao., at7.10 A. M.;aad?* p. M., from Ke*"'pSr'frater Gap. tttrondsbarg, Boranton.Wilkeebarre, Montrose, Great Bend, Ao.. at 7.10 A.M.. from Keasington, via Delaware, L*oka wanna and Western Railroad. Por Mauoh Chun*, Allentown and Bethlehem At 7.10 A. M. and P. M.. from Kensington depot; the 7.10 A. M. li e eonneota with the train leaving kaston at 3 36 P. M. For Mount Holly at 6 and S A. M. aad 3 and <K P Mi For Freehold at 6 A. M- and 3 P. M. For Bristol, Trentoa.Ao.. at 7.10 A.M., Of and 5K P. M from Kensington, and 3K P. M from v. alnut street vharf. For Palmyra Riverton, Delaneo, Rererlj BariioetoD, Florenueoo, Bordentown, 4.0., at UJtf, I, S, Oi and 5 P. MtMeamer Trenton for Bordeatown, and intermediate plaoea, at 2K P. M. Iron Walnut atreet Wirr- For New York and Way Him, leaving Kenaington Depot, take the oar* on Fifth atreet, above Walnut, half an hoar before departure The oara run into the depot, and on arrival of tnun rua from the depot. Fifty pounda of baggage only allowed to each paaeenger Paaaengera are erohibited from taking anything ae bat cage bat their wearing apparel. All barrage over fifty pounda to be paid for extra. The oompany limit their reepoaeifcUty fur barrage to one dol ar per found, and will not be liable Tor any amouet beyond one hundred doilare, *" GATZMBR. A..U Mil On and after May Wta, Ml. the traua wiH ruu t, fnl Iawi ... 1 ^ 1? ' 1 more.?Mut, ?exoept tjundaj.) at ft. SO A. h?spreae dari; at ft. 45 P. M- jMoUi Train* co directJr IhroBti koR ALL PARTS OP THE WEST, SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST; FOR WAY PASSENGERS. Brtween Baltimore and Piedmont take the A. M. Train; between Piedmont and W beelinc take Aocommodation Train, leaving Piedmont at &. 40 A. M ; and betw^n Grafton and Parkerthorc. take the ft ? A M Train from Baltimore. The ELLICOTT*S MILLS TRAIN leave Baltimore at 6 ? and 905 A. M. and 1 ?6 and ft^n P. mL and Elhooit'a Mills at 7.40 and 11 JO A. M .and and P. M. For farther information, Tioketa of ctstt kiml. ? W.P SMITH, L. M. OOLSFOZTHSZ*^' 6sb,&'.s'?s. -" " Troy ??d Albany (with 10.4R p"? , r&u<Uya ? BiM>aio( ?ar) I#.i5 ?. m olo Poufhkf**?t? train 6, a 6 26*. n and ),?> m . I.ft p. wi I'r ?k?4n! irain, i: p m 4 f a p Sin* 31 f n y.a, ? r* . aud ? W ?..d rtajii-^ jftjafey; ?, ?,, NOTICE TO TlinUll sr,~T;~MJ83T RsE^:v?ssa^^555r. Will i?4?f H?Jtimf>r? EVER Y PA Y (C*CCft <Ut > from thou wharf, foot of Galon 1><-ait. at ?t? o'clock ?r ieeedieifly altar tko arrival of the WartiMtoi Tram, whiefc ?niwNhii|lea at tH o>,oek p. m. m. N FALL*, Pr?tPHILADELPHIA. WIW BE J1WE MfNOTON AMD BALTlMpRfc RA1LR?'AD s?2? 4^FMft Alffiixutst Trama for PhiiaJo ?hi* will laave f reaidost street Depot daily! mo* pt fnodaffia* loltowa, ri*. I xprcaa Tram at 6 16 A M W?t Mail TV?.. ?. 6*46 A. M.; Kvening Mail at 4 46 oeioek ?? Sl'NDAYSat 4 4ft P. M. ?>nif. All train* eoaaaet ?tU New York traina exoept 4<4S f. 11. train on Bttar. uii A Freight Train with paaeenger oar attaehad Imtm at 5 P.M. topping at all Btatioua bet wean Baltimore anil Havre de-?rae?. Faaeenc era for Delaware and the KuUri rkort of Maryland will fcnd theaaoet expediQoea rente by W|?^'All ColonidVeraooa aauat gi*e bond before WM OB AW FOB P. A,?ct. hSS CENTRAL RAILROAD.J\xpf9g Train* lea re New Tort oity depoto or fladaon Riw Railroad daily. Bandar* axoe^ted. a? follow*: Prom Chamber* street From Slat at elation. At a m Atl?*? \\m ~ INm 1 - S? p m 8JO f m _ >?! Montreal and Be Halo Train with nleeping oar a. %'i t ir ' ^ P Conceotin* at Albany with tha New t or* Cm tral Hn.lroad for &ciiei.eotady. Roc [.eager .Uuea Batari*. Rome, and ataUona on Roaaaad wntertows Rai.r< ad. Hunio,8yraonee. Ntagara ralla, 8a*penair>n Bridge. Anbnrn. Ga&rra. Canadian** Traina ia oonnaotion ?eave Buffalo ate Paapen ion ri* I HKom Rnllkln ??<< ' *k? H n .? Great Wmmth Railroad, for fjamtlton. Tomato, I>aCroit,Chie%fo, Toledo, Milwaakie. Foe D? Lao, La Cmt*. Madiaon- Prairie Da Calea, fta ene. Dualeith, Det<8*ae, Peoria, Rook U.aixl, Maaoatine, Iowa Qit*. Bar.incton, Uutno?. ?*?riu#fce.U, Alton, St. Loais, Cat rp, Terra Haute. lmf.anar' is. Louisville, Cincinnati, Laitoa, Cl?v? land, and al- pou.ts \N wt, Northwnt and ttoath We-t* NORTHERN ROUTE Conneetinc with Tmi at Troy, with Troy ft Boston and Ren*. 4 8*rato<a Roads {ur Harat?*a. VVtitehall, Rutiar.d, Borlinitoa, ft. Albans. Roase Point, PlatUturgh, Ofdenshuiih, Montreal, to , fco Freight Arrangement* by this roate as above, without ohangs of Ca>a, trom the IHfoti la Chambers and canal afreets, are at a.1 r.mas as favorabia as mfule by oth- r K ailroart Cempaatae. The facilities of this great New York Roate.tothe Weat commend it to the cocfidattoe of werohanu WW - Ii pffia pri jnvoipiiiVl ftDO HifpIWrn Paeeenger tram*. with Pmokinp and Bieepm* Sir* nia in oonnection on the New York Centra! o*4. Per parbenar* m to looal tr*iM and freight ar racgemenu, inquire at tb? drtM, 6P Warre*> ?t. A. F. SMITH. fraperinwifieat. B OOTMNMKNT LINI! tt'^Ttwrr*^ FORT Nor/Rot AND OLD POINT COMPORT. Leave* the lover mm! <>| UNION IX?< K. Ba.n more, weat aide, DAILY, < minder* included,) at X o'olrck P M. taking paaeectera and /eight, and o"iin?ctinc with the Railroa4 llnee. to and fom Waahi?(*on, D. C., Philadelphia, New Yor? Boa ton, York, Harriet-nrg, PitUhor*. P* . and the Wdt, immediately aner I he arrival of tba Ripree* Train from New York and Philadelphia. The following i* the Sohedu.e : Prom New York to Port Monroe and back, f 14 Prom Philadelphia and r>ack.. From Baltimore and baok $*. CTPEOCUEK VOIR TICEETt???D In New York, at the New Jeraej Railroad OAce foot of Courtlar d *treeC In Phi adelphia. at the Company'* offtoe. N. W. oortwr of Siitk and Ckeetnut etreeta, or at the Depot. Broad and Prime itrreU. la Baltimore, on lx?arr| the H learner a. foot of Union Dook. HUGH O CONNKR. Paeeemer A?>rt ^ ?- ^ YOfcK. HAR I KM AND ^ i^h railroad. I.KAV) OG NKW YORK FOR ALBANY. TROY , NORTH AND WWT. SCMMKR ARKA>GKMF.NT Coromfnomi Mundtr, Mat ZTth, l*W. For Abany?in*' a. m. lut express train from 26th street. , For Dover Pl?icp-4^w p. in etoppinr at White Plains and stationg north to Dover plains?front 36th Street station. (This train will run t" Mi ller ton ever? Patnrfay evening.) For Croton Falls?S:1Sa. m. stopping at all stations nortkof Forciliam rom?h str??.t station. For WHTte Plains?1&>, 4:1ft ar d a. m. stop pine at a stations from *>tti street station. For Wbite Plains?*: 5 p. sn. stoppluc at a s'a UOns from W hite street station. For W1: lams Bnrt?e- 7.S>. 11:15 a. nt. and RJO p. m. stoppins at ail nations from J7Ui street station. Returninx will leave? Albany? "MW* a. m. fast express tram. Dover P.asDs-ArfO a m. < This train leaves Mil lerton every Monday morning at 0 a. m.) Croton Palis?6 a. m. White Piaine?felt', a m. 4:10 A tap a. a. Wi.liams Bruise?fcjn, 9:<? s. m.A l?r p. m. Sunday trains will leave 4th A venae o->rner Sd |trsK,rpr Oentral Park. V?rlrvili? h?ri?? H'.ifc Br idee ever; f-w micuW. frowi 9*10 a. m. to in*t g. john brbchill. a?*t sap't. NEW YORK AND ERIE RAIL ROAJ) * *?Passenger Trains l?n via P?*o Bia Ferry and bone Dock, from foot of Chambers street, New Y?uk,a? follows,*!* : 7.00 a. m , EX KK KHi(or Dnciktrk, and Buffalo, and principal tnterme'ife'e Station*. 8.Ona. m, MAIL, for Dm.kirs, and intermediate Statiocs?This Tnun remain* over night at Elmiia, and pruoeeds the next morninc 9.oo a m.. MILK dailj, for Oti*ville, and inter mediate Stations. li on a. m . ACCOMMODATION.daily, for Port Jerrii. and mlnoipv Station* 4 00 p. m . WA>, for Middietown, Newbnrih. and intermediate Station*. &A? p. m.. NIGHT EXPRESS, daily, for Dunkirk, Buffalo, CanandaicuaAod principal Station* The Tram of Satnrda? tt"p? at ail Mail Tiaia Stations, and runsonlj t? E m:ra. 6 on p. m,. ACCOMMODATION.for Hornesville, and pritioip&i Station# CHAS. MINOT.Gen'lSsp't. NATHANIF.L MARSB. Reoeivr. _ mp.FOI BOSTON VIA NEW PORT _ AND PALL RIVER. Or the and interior I 8lf?ra?r? ITfeTROPOLIft. KM HI RE HTATE. i BAY STATE. and STATE OF MAINE. of re*at strength ud aaeed, but partion.arly adapted to t?>e navigation of Look la and Board. rannuig is aoaneotion with U>? Fal: Hirer tod Old Colony Rjujroad, distanoe of SB mi ea ot.y to Boston L?ave Pier No. I ^'cth iTirer near the Battery, The S'aamer EMPIRE 8TATK^C?jt Brsyton. Mondays, Wednesday a, and Fridays, at 5 o'clock P. M., touofci m at N ew?<->rt each way The tHaamer M ETRfiPOUt, Capt. Brown, om Tuesdaya. Thursday a. a 4 8alardara, at t o'oJook P.M.. tonohing at Newport each way. Tbeae Steamers at* fitteo with oovnmdioua atate rooms, and every arrangement for the sernri tr and comfort ol passenger a. who are afforded by this roate a nights' real on hoard, and on arrival at Pall River prooead par Biaamnnat Train.reafchuu Boston aarly the following morning : or may remain on board antil starting of tbs Aoooaamudabon at 8 A. M., by which thay may raaoh Boston about 8.48 A. M. A baggage master is attar1 ed to each staairer, who reoei ves and tiokeu the hag gage, and aooompanies the aame to its desunation. A steamer runs in ooaneatioa with thia Line between Pall River and I'rondenoe dally, exoapt Freight to Boston is forwasdad through with Kiat dispatch by aa Express "Brain, which eave? 11 River ever? rooming, Htrt-nvya lk( o'clock for Boston and New Bed fore, arriving at its destination at abont liAM Por freight or pas sags, apply aa boar*, or at the oAm on Piir Nn a Nnri^ w i?*a - and b?rth? app y on Woard.*or if dMirM to a*ear? thorn is tdnsoe, to Wm.Bi KOKN.Af't 70 bad n w?t ?ti-?U N. Y. TON?ImUad ^LmIo?V'ka^feortMt b.o<! moat ?tWil'iama, 1b oobbooUob vita the fetoBiBfftOB apd PronJPLo^Aad Boa'cuand Prorideno* Ra:.roaJ?, ec Nev York daily. bar. ,??? fiotMW.frM Pior No U Nortk Rirar, Mio'tletk r M., Bar! Grotos uui o'mikk p. or o> um Brnraiof wftjiaft teatfssr siiWMonday, wodn#*<iBf, and Fnday. Fro* Gro,?5^P^WKi:?.lteriU Tortircsa,%'^xsxvx,. P&eaencors n? Grotoa pr<>o**d m railraad to prur.d?H.o4 and KoiV l. ib Um fcipr*** Mail Train, ratokibi aaid pluo? In mtbbob of Uom bi otrior roata*, ud ia *ia?la bw lor all Ua aajiy Moraing !.:&?* ?ocootinf North ud but l> Mi|*ri Mat prafer it. raMtt oa txiard M tiMJarr, aqjoy a mgfata' rM aodiatarbad braak jaat u daairad, aod iaara Orotor la ittl lii. li. Tr?it. oooc^ci.r.K at Pkti4mm wIU Um 1 * to N.w^ FU* MM, A bagfMa awtir aooompaiuaa the Mww aad Train aaokvar- _ . For Paaaag*, Bartka, Mala Rooma, or Praifkt, mijob botrt um at*am*r,or at tka FratgM Oftoa, Piar U Nortfc Rivar, or at U* 0?oa of u.a Company, No. Hi W ?t afraat.aornar of Cortlaad atraat. Naw York. Fab, n, W. K* MILITARY BOOKS. t4 RENCH k. RICHHT1BN tertlutrww^ a tart e and oomplata aaaorfnwt of MUitary Hooka of all kinda. vhiok U*j offer Iron tan to tyj par oaut. balov Um rag alar rafaj! pricxw,?tac.udiagt A naw ditioc of Hardaa'a ' niantry aad Bit* ft ? Hi ^ dMr*? 01mm, a oompiet* mbu%1 *aJ drill book fur Ue m* ol U>? 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