Newspaper of Evening Star, September 13, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 13, 1861 Page 4
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A 1 _ THE EVENING STAR. THS VEGETABLEliRDIX. Ctltry-?Keep Celery olear of weeds, and earth op the plant* id ranee. Spinach. Are ?Keep all growing orops of Bpinaeb, and other greena, properly worked, and mw fuecemion cropa. Cabbages ?Sow seeida of Early Yorks and atber early aorta, if you want tbem, to be plantad not in October for spring and rammer use. Radish ? Sceda may still be sown for fall Use Turnips.?Keep this crop in growing order, and if you bare not a sufficient supply, aow some seeds on well prepared ground. CatdifloictT.?If yon mean to hare a crop of thia fine vegetable, aow seeds through the .month in a rich bed. L'ttMC4.?Set oat Lettsee plants, if large enough, in a warm, quick border, well prepared. Sow seeds of hardj sorts, to be set in warm l>erder? or in cold frames, for spring use. Kait ? Sow seeds of Siberian Kale in a rich 'border, weel matured. Sttdt?Gather and put up seeds as they rtpen. and be sere to label with oare, and keep them from mice. FLOWER OABDXH ASD ?RUI HOCSB. Rott*?Such as are growing is the open gnmnd, and Intended for blooming in the greenhouse during the winter, shoujd, towards tne end of the month, be taken up and potted, sifter which, place them in a shady situation for a few days. Continue to pat in oattings, and u the weather begins to get cooler, the raocese in getting more of them to Uke root will be oTideat. Dahlia*?Theae will be in fall bloom towards the end of the month?give water freely at the Toots should dry weather set in; oocftaionftlly look orer the whole, end cat off all saokers and aaperflaooa banchee.obeerring to keep the leading (hoots tied ap to the stakes; where large flowers are wanted the bads sboald be thinned oat to soon as they show tbemselrea. Ckr tanthemnnu?tho?e in pots should now reoeive the last shift for the geason; discontinue pinching back the shoots, as the flower bads will soon be making their appearance; about the latter part of the month, all suoh plants as are wanted from the open groand may t>? lifted and potted, continue to water freely at the roots with liaaid manure. Tender Annuals?for winter blooming, town last month, shoald be potted off singly, or 1 tricked out into pan* or boxe*, to stand there or a week or two longer before potting. Cameluts?continue to syringe the old ?>lants freely over-head, until cold weather sets n, when they should be removed into the greenhouse. Continue also to put in cuttings; ?uoh as are rooted should be potted off and placed in a frame that is well shaded. Greenhouse plant* in general?If not already shifted or top-dressed, should not fail to have attention paid ta them during the course of the month, aa by so doing, much labor and tim4 will be saved when they come to be housed * next month, and the plants will stand better during the winter than when shifted later in theseaaon Spar axis and Ixiaa?with other cape bulbs of tne same character, may now be potted and' water given but very sparingly for tne first few weeks. Japan Lillies?as the leaves begin to appear yellow from age, will require but Tittle water. Pelargonium*?Cuttings of these put in last month will now b? rooted, and should be potted off, and such as were struck in two inch pots may now be shifted into larger ones. See that the old plants do not suffer from too much wet by heavy rains. Double Neapolitan Violets?can now be safely planted oat in beds where tbey can be protected by a sashed frame daring the winter, and by a little care in airing and watering they will flower beaatifally next spring. Poo mas?may be divided and transplanted thia month. Hardy Herbaceous?plant* of all kinds can now be traniplanted with safety; they will teke root before the eold weather sets in. Pklozu?of various kinds can now be increased readily by cattings of the young shObu Sal in sand and placed in a moist shady situaon. Scarlet Geraniums, Heliotropes, Oestrums and Habrothamnuses?growing in open border*, should be lifted and placed in pots abont the latter end of the month. Carnations?take ap and pot aach layers as are rotted, plaee them in a frame and water kut very sparingly. Verbenas, Petunias and Heliotropes?put in euttinga of these to make young plants for B*xt spring. Chinese Primroses?keep shifting the email plants of these into larger pot*. Six inch pots are a large enough sise in which to bloom them well. THE FHCIT OABDEIVOather Apples and Pears as they approach maturity. -coin traits are better if taken from the tree refore they are fally ripe. Let them be palled when the tree and fruit are qaite dry, ana handled with care to avoid bruising. Peari should be put away on shelves. Apples should bo pat in heaps, in a dry room, for ten days or two weeks, before being barrelled. They hoald then be wiped with a dry cloth one by one, and pot into barrels. Planting.?Pat ground in preparation for planting, by deep and thorough plowing and taorio|. Strawberry beds may now be planted oat. OH ! OH !?60 to the People*a Clothing Store, No. 4ftO Seventh atreet, oppoaito Poat Office, and examine Mat new a took of FALL. CLOTH LNO, i HUNKS. HATS and CAPS, all for aale at tha Inwwt N?w York p ripen aa ?-1ib Gibus1 hair stoke. No. 342 Pa. iv.. bit. 13th and 13th its. PWRPUMBRY. fe BRAIDS.CURLS.WIGS. HALF WIGS. FR1ZETTE8, *0. A fall atooa alwara on han<1, or made to order at the ahortoat ?o?ioe Hair Wort repaired or exchanged. N. B.?Lad lea' Hair Bred ia the moat natvrai Baaaar. ma fa-am OVER-SHIRTS. WHITE SHIRT^, DIAWN fiRS. CA-MP BLANKETS. HALP-HOSB, to., wtiioh we invite all cuh purchasers to examine before making their selections. WALL. STEPHENS * CO., 19* Pa- tr., between 9m an J 10th ata. ? (Intelligencer and Republican.) POTATOES! POTATOES! BOyMB bushel a prime Western Msroe's will b? old t?is wuon at No. ? Pennsylvania av., corner of Seo-jcd at. First oar load a'rived to day. Give ua a trial, and v? shall eive yon aatiataetion. Ohio, Indiana and Keniitoky money, in good etaod ni. taken at par. aa?-fr J. W. 8TF.EI.E k CO. T carriages. HE Snbeoriber having ir.ado additiona to hia Etory, making it now ona ol t.'ie ??B the Dietrtot, where Ins faa, it; - aVMOftg; anaaoiacturinr CARRIAGES art!*?i-MI BHT WaGONS of aLi kinds eacuot be t.ur paaaed, and from iua lone experience 19 the buaiaeea, he bopee to five general ahriartion. AJIkinda of Carriac ea and Light Wagons kept ?VllRBPAIRS neatly done, and all orders froMptty attended to. . 3S?" d II tf 00rear of Foarteenth and E ita. %R7 BOYS' CLOTHING. iNb .on bracing all atrloo of low-friood, modium, anfi too qaalmea, wluoh wa art aoUin* ft t y*ry *^ALL, STEPHENS k CO., 399 Pa. av., botweec srtn and 10th ata. wB (latollicAQA^r and Rota blioan.) /?v? THE ?bMASr OFP1CE/a* Btk ( tk* AtlMMi HottL I# 0 Jlcrt liberal kdvanoM nod a on bold and cilwr Watoboe. Diaatona*, Jowo ry, Surer waro.ClothlafTriatola, ?r..i til kioda of Morohaadiao. tkuBOOO *tn^ffg^^azBB|l0t c atrMt< ao 1-tw Botwoon 4* and ?k aU. w SPRING CLOTHING vv ALL* JiKfUENSl CO. aro thia day ia ol tnelr aecoa-l aaaply of SPRING CLOU* INS aad material for tfeoir oustom trade, ooco4?tlu of No v C.ocQi, Caaouaor* aad Vaottan, of tho laToet atylos, whick tftoy will make to ordor m n oeior atylo at *ory low prio^a, iooti'am wiahicg an immediate oatfit will lad In oar RaadfDMrtawct every article of w ? <9K Pwni.tTiini*. spssggil You w,u SSSUN,S.??^s,.. _ ? Et^Mrare^7,K?Lns5 w^Kfe^iiaSisxr " Kw/agM sjy_v;.i* |M MIM r?0*T?d.?P?flOM la Htro JHH ^r3w3SS^ siiffa5?R j ySSVelTMr ' mAM'CV9 **Bm? j t plW # _ AWFUL SACRIFICES' DISEASE! DEATH' AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! BEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DI8EASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! Awful Saerifioee! Dimmc ! D?*th ! Awful Saorifi^ea ! Dimui! Death! Awful S&crifioea ! Diife! De?th Aw'ul Saorifioee! Uueue! Death! Awful Saor.fiose! DIkw! Death! Awful Saorifioee! Diaeaae! Death! 3TRIKK AT THE ROOT OP THE DISEASE! STRIKE AT THE ROOT OF THE DISEASE! STRIKE AT THE ROOT OP THE DISEASE! STRIKE AT THE ROOT OP THE DISEASE! STRIKE AT THE ROOT OP THE DISEASE! STRIKE AT THE ROOT OP THE DISEASE! Strike at the Root of the Disease! Strike at the Root of the Diaeaea! Strike at the Root of the Dieeisa! Strike at the Root of the Disease! Strike at the Root of tbe Disease1 Strike st the Root of the Diteaae! CONSUMPTION, INSANITY. EPILEPTIC FITS, GRAVEL. DROPSY. LAN80UR. NERVOUSNESS, CONSUMPTION. GRAVEL, INSANITY, DROPSY, EPILEPTIC FITS. LANGOUR. NERVOUSNESS, Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Fits, Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Pits, Consumption, insanity, Epiltptie Fits, Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Fits, Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Fits, Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Fits, Gravel, Diopsy, Langour, Nervousness, Gravel, Dropsy, Langour, NfrrouinMi, Gravel, Dropsy, Langour, Nervousness, Grave:. Dropsy, Langour, Nervousness, Gravel, Dropsy, Langour, Nervousness, Gravel, Dropsy, Langour, Nervousness, Universal Lassitude of the Mu?outar System, Universal Lassitude of the Masonlar f ystem, Univertal Lassitude of the Muioular S?stem, Universal Lassitude of the Musoular System, Universal Lassitude of the Musoular System, Universal Lassitude of the Mnsoclar S?it?m. Dimness of Vision, Impotenoy and Insanity, Dimut. as of Vision, Impotenoy and Insanity Dimness ol Vision, Impotenoy and Insanity, Dimness of Vision, Impotenoy and Insanity, Dimness of Vision, Impotenoy and Insanity, Dimness of Vising, Impotenoy and Insanity, THOUSANDS OF THE YOUNG THOUSANDS OF THE YOUNG THOUSANDS OF THE YOUNG THOUSANDS OF THE YOUNG THOUSANDS OF THE YOUNG THOUSANDS OF THE YOUNG Ot both sexes die annually of the above Diseases, e&uied by abuse of the GENERATIVE ORGANS, GENERATIVE ORGANS, ir ?.?> ?. KATJ v E UKUANS, GENERATIVE ORGANS, GENERATIVE ORGANS, GENERATIVE ORGANS, and from diseases arising from * Habits of Dissipation." Diseases of these organs require the aid of a Diuretic. HELMBOLDS EXTRACT BUCIIU HELMBOLD'3 EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLDS EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLDS EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU *rn r n ^ r r>? n ?? * ?? ? nr.L,int>UL,?f is r.A TKAUT BUCHU HELMBOtD'S EXTRACT BUCHU J HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLDS EXTRACT BUCHU IS THE GREAT DIURETIC 18 THE GREAT DIURETIC 18 THE GREAT DIURETIC IB THE GREAT DIURETIC 18 THE GREAT DIURETIC 18 THE GREAT DIURETIC ?nd ft poaitive ftod apeoifio remedy for diaaftafa ol the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, DROPSY, ORGANIC WEAKNESS, ABUSE, Syphilit o and Ventre*! Duaiaea, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, FIT Vf A J ir nr\ ajtdt a twtp > -M V A1 A FEMALE COMPLAINTS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, and all of the Generative Organ*, whether existing in 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. MALE OR FEMALE, MALE OK FEMALE, MALE OR FEMALE, MALE OR FEMALE, MALE OR FEMALE, IM J f P r\ O im m# 4 T n vn rr..HAL.C., From whatever cauce originating, a d do matter 01 HOW LONG STANDING, HOW LONG STANDING, HOW LONG STANDING. HOW LONG STANDING. HOW LONG STANDING, i HOW LONG STANDING. HELMBOLDS EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBQLD'S EXTRACT BUCHUi HELMBOLDS EXTRACT BUCHIT HELM BOLD 8 EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU I HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU I* pie*?*nt in iU ta?t^ and odor, immediate in ita ac'ion, free from all "lojnriona properties," and ii tikea withoet "hindranoe" from "bntineM."; Lit le or No Changeia Diet. Little or No Chance in TV at. Litti* or No Change in Diet Little or No Chuis in Diet. Little or No Changs in Diet. Little or No Change in Diet. Caret at**Little Expense" end "No Exposure." Cares at "Little Expense" and "No Exposure." Caree at "Little Expense" and "Ne Expoeore." Ceree at "Little Expense" and "No Exposure." Caree at ** L.<ttle Expanse" and "No Exposure." Cares at "Little Expense" and "No Expoeare." If 70a are suffering send, or call for the remedy at onee. Explicit directions aooompany. Prios I par bottle, or six for 95, delivered to any addrees. "PHYSICIANS" PLEASE "NOTICE." w? VAKI "HO SBCBET" or "iVeSKDIHTS." HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU is oompoeed of Buohu.Cubebsaad Jnnieer Berrm* ?leofd with (r?kt oire by a oonp^Mn'. drnr*ut. PREPARED IN VACUO, BY H. T. UELNBOLD, Praetioal ?nd Analytical Chemist, uid 8ol? Man* ibotartr of HEDMBOLD'8 GENUINE PREPARATIONS. EXTRACT BUCHU, EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA, IMPROVED WASH OF ROSES. Bold la Waafcinftoi bj 8. B. Waits. Z. D. Gilma*, Joan Wiliy.B. C. Poan, 8. B. Ektwutl* v - a id will c Ltnisci, WMtunctoo tod Georgetown, ud ail Dro* giaU everywhere. HELM HOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT. JV?. 104 80mtk Tmtk Strut, Mete CK*it%mt, PllUOILHU. Phyatoinn in Mti?ndanoe from I ft. m. to p in. DtreeC lettere HXLMBOLD'8 MEDICAL DE POT, 104 Boath Tenth atriet, btluw Cheaout. I eaoribe aymptoma in a'l eoauaaatratione. ETAdnw gratia. B7*0aree Gaaraateed. ***** I "Tbey fo right to tk? Spot," INSTANT RELIEF STOP V OUR OUUOH PURIFY TOUR BREATH STRENGTHEN YOUR VOICE! SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS, ABB OOOD FOR CLERGYMEN, OOOD FOR LECTURERS, OOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS, GOOD FOR SINGERS, GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES. SENTl.EMEN CARRY BPALDINQ'S THROAT CONFECTIONS. LADIKS ARE DELIGHTED WITH SPALDING'3 THROAT CONFECTIONS. CHILDREN CRT FOR SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECJIONS. ~~i They relieve a Cough instantly. t They clear the Throat. They atrencth and volam* to the voioa. They impart a delioious aroma to the breath. They are delightful to the taato. n.a/1. ?r .imml. k..V.. 1 A I h?; mww iimmv va iwfivHnn Hu uauyul UBJIU any one. I advise every on* who hu a Conch or a Husky Voio?, or a Bad Breath, or any difficulty of the . Throat, to get a package of my Threat Confeotiona. They will relieve you instantly, and yon will agree with me that "they go rirht to the spot.' You will find them very useful and pltarant while traveling or attending public meetings, for etilling your Cough or allarinc your thirst. If yon try one package I am rafe in saying that you will ever af terwards oonaider them indispensibla. You will find them at the Druggists and Dealers ia Medioiaea. PRICE TWENTY FIVE CENTS. My signature ia on each package. All others are counterfeit. A Package will be sent by mail, prepaid, on re oeipt or I lurty Cents. Addreea, HENRY C. SPALDING, No.48 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK. sv4J? ^ NervousHeadacha Headache. By the km of these Pills the penodio attacks o Ntrtoui or Sick HfdacKt may be prevented; and t taken at the oommenoemont ot an attack iinme dlate relief from pain and siokness will be obtained. They seldom fail in removing the Natutm and H?dach* to whioh females are so subject. They act gently upon the bowels,?removing Cot rtfMWI. For Litumry Mm, Stwimtt, Delicate Females, aad all persons of t*d*nimry habits, they are val able as a Laxativt, improving the a???tii?, giving lot and vigor to the digestive organs, and re storing the natural elasticity and strength of the whole systsm. The CEPHALIG PILL8 are the result of long invaati vaHnn an<l ? J--a.?? ?A wu vaivittiij UUUUUUWU CIpWlILdllll, having been in im many years, daring whioh time they hare prevented and relieved a vaat amount of f pain and anfferinc rom Headache, whether originating in the ntrvou* ay item or from a deranged atate of the stomtck. They are entirely vegetable in their eompoaition. and may be taken at all times with perfeot safety without making any change of diet, mnd tk* mb$*ui 41 m? dis*gr*tabl* IatU rmuUri it ?a?y M dmwitttr tk*m to thildrta. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! The genome have fiva signatares of- Benry C Spalding on eaoh Box. Sold by Draggiata and ail other Dealers In Medi< sines. A Box will be Bent by mail on reoeipta the l'KICK, Sf CENTS. Ail iritn ahoald be addreaaed to HENRY C. SPALDIN0, 48 CIDAE Stkiit. NIW YOU. From Ui XxMiMir, Norfolk, Vm. Ceyhalio Fill* aooomahah the object for whlak ihey were made, via: Care of headache la ail ita forma. From Ik* Bxomintr, Norfolk, Fa They have been tested in mora than a tk?aaaa4 oum, with entire aoooeaa. ' From tko Domotrt, St. Clomd, Mimm. If jo? are, or hare boon trpubied w ith tko haadfcoho, send for a box, (C?f ha.10 Pilla ,t ao tkat yon mar have them in oaae of aiCattaok. From tko Wutom R. R. (taaafta, Ckiomto, IU, W? baar)il> H. u ?ui ?-? - ... - ?. ? , .UMV1?D wli?rWIUII|iaM III UI rivalled Cephalio Pillc. J frtw lii South*m Pmtk Fimdor, ]fm Orltmtu, Lm, Try them ! tou that are afflioted. andwe arc ?ri I lint your teitlmony oan b? added to the already aumerona liat that hu reooived ben aft ta that no other medioma oan produoe. Prom tk* rtanitu, D**mport, /mm. Mr. 8paldiar would sot connect hla nut* With an artiole he did not know to poaeeaa real merit From tk4 Adoortitor, Prt^iimu, JL I. The Cephaiio Pilla are aaid to be a remarkably effeotive remedy for the headache, and one of the very beet for that very frequent oomplaint which hae ever been dieoovered. From tk* St. Lomit Jiwaarci. The immense demand for the article (Ocffcalle i t*uia) la rapidly inoreaainc* From tk* laaanta Tmllot 8tm, Kmmtela, ft, w e \re enreUikt feraoni tnffer 11 if with tkeheadaohe, who try them, will atiok to then. Ami tke Admmtitor. friiMni. *. I. The teitimor* in their ffcvor u strong, frem tke oat reepootab'e ^oartera. Prom lit Daily Ami, Newport, R. I. Oeph&lio Pi lie are taking the place of all kind*. IVm tkt Comwureial Pull*tin. Bottom, Mill. Said to be very efloatiou for tke headache. Prom Ike Commercial, Cmnmmati, Ohio, Suffering homanitr can now be relieved. ilt a unci* bottle of Spalding's Prepared Glue will hti tan timM iu ooit annuity. 8PALDING'8 PREPARED OLUB! SPALDING'S PREPARED OLUB! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SAVE THE PIECES! ECONOMY} DISPATCH et"a Stitch is Tun Saw lftin."JTl . aooidenta will hayp??i!,rT?n in well r??m!?tec rami iM, it ii very dewmble to havoMao oheay ?nd!oonvMi?nt way for repairing Furniture. Toye Crockery, &o. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE meet* all eooh emerrenotee, and bo household oft fcfford to be without it. It m?J"? ?* ?B ? ?- ? i owj mm to the atloklnc punt. - USEFUL IN EYE1Y HOUSE." N. B.-A Break aooeapMloo took Bottle. Prio H mhIi. Addraoo HENRY C. SPALDINO. No. 48CodMrtroot, Now York CAUTION. 1 ^ ** JjuilNS* PREPARED 6LCE JJ\ Uoo.UgooioUo WHr; ?U otkon>roi?A a COi >K W M-m^rn f WASHINGTON LOCK HOSPITAL. D*j^5ya&Sutc&*?e: xwnacHs teaekary, Indian or German doctors, and pretenders of vitokaraft and tmpostora n i?Thu la the only plaoe where a rare ud eyeedy oar? can b? oBtamed in the world tor ?11 improper and evil habita, aoDon-r>?, gleet, itmuitl *?kneea, ayphillis, primary secondary. and tertiary, organic weakness. pain* is the )c(m, etriotaree, general debility, prostration, nenruunness, restless nit hta. pal pitatlon of the heart, rinnni in the ear*, of memory, oonfusioTi.meiai... m> rt, affections of the heed,throat, noee, and akin, and ail tnoae peculiar diaordera arlaing trom the mdnoretion of youth, rendering them unfit for either baeiaeee, study, eooiety, or marrlace. a. 8. haa the greeteet remedies in the kaova d for disoaeea of the blood, gonorrh?, fleet, strictures, ay phi .ia, aeminal weakness, aelf abase, 4.0. There ta no oase in whiah they fail to eare la from 3 to 6 days, Viotima of these horrible complaints, who woald wish to be ralaable men and ornaments to. eoeiety, uuaiu emoraoe ine earlieat opportunity Tor relief. Dr. Shaman hai m&dett>? moit oomp.ete arrarnementa for the oorafort of Ma patienta who ooma from a di?tanoe. 1 tiej will be furniahed with tha moat plaaaant and a* reeable quarter*, neeeaaary diet, and made aa oomfortable aa they would be at a firat olaaa hotal at laaa than half the ooat. Do not forget the uame and number. Dr. Bhaman'a office la on the corner of Sixth atreet and PennayiraniaaTenae. Clarendon Hotel, oppotite the National Hotel, waahmjton, D. CPeraona atadiat&noe ahould enoloee atama for return poataco. Offioe honra, 9 A. M. to 10 P.M. Varioua parti ea have been antioed from my inatitution by eertain awindlera on back atreeta in Una city, who will rae it till the day of their death. A word to the wiae ia aafficient. aa 9-lt #Ourt Cough, Cold, Hoarttnttt, iaA**nza. any Irritation or Sort*ui of tkt Throat, Rtluv* tkt Hacking Couth in Contumrtion, B'onchxtit, Aikma, t Catarrh, CI tar and *??? itrtngth to th* 90ict of PUBLIC SPEAK EH in SINtiERS. Few araaware of the imaortanoa of checking a Conch or "Common Cold" in lttfirat atace; that which in the beg mine would yield to a mild rwm a?, u neglected,soon attacks ihe Langs. "Brown'$ Bronchial Trocktt" containi-ng demulcent ingredi nU, allay Pulmonary and Bionohial Irritation. "That trouble in my Throat, (for BROWN'S vhioh the "Track*s" area speoibo) having made me often a mere whisVROCHES perer." N. P. WILLIS. BROW N'8 " I recommend their aae to PviLis H Srmiit." TROCHES REV. E. H. CHAPIN.

"Great semoein subduing Hoa.**? BROWN'S nni." REV. DANIEL WISE. t RnrRRR "Almost instant relief in the dis ^ tr easing labor of breathing peonliar rrownn to Asthma." BBUWPIS REV. A. C. EGGLESTON. TROCHES " Contain no Opium or anything injurious." DR. A. A HA v ES, BROWN'S Clumist, Bottom, "A simple and pleasant oombinaTROCHES tion for Covohs, Jto." BROWN'S CR' F- D'eELZT? WROCHES " ? "?"?,!? S.TWrL\"NE. uDninuta RtHtam o??.v?? ?? i. a | haTe jrovad tbam eaoellent for TROCHES Whoopim* Cowbh." REV. H. W. WARREN. BROWN'S Bottom. TROCHES ^~aSS?'S5S CT'""1 " BROWN'S ^.^.P.ANDER^ VBnrnrn " Ei??ct*a.l In rernoTinr Hotru ikuibLl ftn(J cf u,e Throat, BROWN'S 00:11 J1?011 Srs4.KXsa and Sm?TROCHES a,fnt M.STACY JOHNSON^ BROWN'S SS'"'" TROCHES " Breat benefit wnen token before and after jrea-iliinj, as they prevent nROWN'H HotrseneM. Kroro their ?Mt erfent. i think they will be ol permanent adTHOCHE8 vaaUgetoire, REV. K. ROWLEY, A. M. BROWN'S President of Athena College, Tenn, TROCHE? lO-Sold by *11Pruggiitea* TWENTY FIVE CENTS A IiOX.??U ?i 1-ly JOT FOR THE HICK AND 8WFFEAIV# LJ6T ALL WHoXzBAFrLlCTMD AlfJL T THE RMMMDT RMJOICM jjf KMALTH, FrltU, <* yoi *!>:.' Are yo* the victim ef My e: tiieee nuzeroii ailment* wide* arioe troai imparity of the blood? Wbsiere the*, do yea Mkf llatherui. what are they not/ Ths blooJ u the oaree of life and health, and it la the irat element of oar being to reayoad to any oaeae which ajfoota the the paiae infallibly attest*. The ever prevailing Nearalgta, the imtaunc Eryaipelaa, the aabtle yorcfc..;, the agonising -lir^amaUaro, Nerroaa Debility. Dr?pepaia, Liver Comptaint with ita torpor aortuejeotien, and the Eamberieea ilia that 0e*h ia heir to, derive their hideor? origin from the Wl.^J i W ...11. ?WA... .4 iL ki J viguvi mw auukij iani auu iuiimi w m I'.c u.nvai U*? ?he ritaiisiiig reeoarooa of nsUre A>r iuaid. and aRffcr ?a to oonunrr.1 to your ouafidence tud aae kut traly alajtbie aiodieameut knovl aa MAS. M corn INDIA* T MB STABLE D EOOUTIOI*. With regar* to this almoat infallible iim.U a alar ae-timent hu awoken to decided te'rmi , the eridenaea of thia ireat efficacy are ata . Umedbj constant itovu ofaarative electa and 1 the happicat reaulta from ita ue are after all other remedioa and the? boat moaioal akiil have failed. Li?t ue oooolttaion, that oerU&o&toa area are sot Bought from the illiterate and aoaerftuial, but they are volinteorod from the moat reapectabie aorro?n and Juatify the higheat terma in whiob it la poaaible to ooiraier.d to valuable % afnoiao to pablio auroral. We mayaddalao that tue onratire properueaofthemedioiue are equalled only by ita reatoratlve electa, the ayetem reooreriux from diaoaae with renewed conatitntional tic or. r or a?le It all resectable I'rugiieta in thia aity, and by tne proprietor, MK8. M. COX, None genuine anieaa her name ta blown on Ik* fcottle and her aoal on the cork Ifir Pnoe fl per bottle, aix bottlea for Wl*UsmU A tint. R. S. T. C188KL, Dragciat eorgetown, D. C7 Wholesale Agent for the Dla- ; iriu*, sua wiii lappiy mo inwe fti my pnooft. n It tr ! 'J^lifc, ALL SUFFICIENT THREE. TRIE8EMAR.1.J and ?-Proteoted by Roral i Letters Pateat of England, and secured by the Seals of tie Eco.e de Pnarmaoie de Faria, acd the Imperial College of Mediome, Vienna No. 1 is invaluable for exhaustion and natorrhaa, and all physical disabilities. No. 3 completely eradicate* all traces of these diseases that have been hitherto treated by the nauseous and pernioious use of eopai va and oubeba. No. S has entirely supplanted the injurious aae of merourv, thereby Insuring to the sufferer speedy relief, uupenrnc all impurities, and rootinc oa Ue venom of disease. TR1ESEM.&R, Nos.l,ta&d S, are prepared pi the form of a loiange. devoid of taste and smell, and oan be oarried ic the vaistooat pocket. So.d in tin oaa<??, aud divided into separate doses, aa ad uunister^d by Ve:peau, La.ieman<i, Roaz, Rioord to. Frice f 3 each, or four oases for #9, whioh U| ? aw uv I1WI WUVIHMHIU IQUtll) Ul 1/r BARROW, of194 Bleeeker street, New York, immediately nnreoeinng a remittance, Dr. Barrow will forward the Triesemar to any part of the world, securely packed, and addressee aeoording to the instructions of the writor. The Book, of all others, that shooid be read by men with diynated and broken down eor.stitations is "HainanJFiillt/, or fr'nrsiolof tea.! Reeearohes." It Is beautifully illustrated, and treats miontely of all tae sympioms that invariably der?!op them elTes, eooner cr later, resnltinc from the iraiitiee and riti^Unx habits of earlr youth, incapacitating tnevioLim from searing ths fruition of the matrimonial state, and. if not oheoked in time, degenerating all the Amotions of manhood, a; <J bringing him. slepby step, toalingenng and untimely death. Sold by Dr. HARROw7i9i Bleaoker street, four doors below Maodougal, New York. Pnoe SI oents. Bent free every where. Sold also by S, C. rora, Jr., Dreg Store, Wuktngtoa, P. C. de fMni HlSTORY of the Unite? N etherlands, by John Lothrol Motlur 9 VAll friui K? mail The Aim of (be Dutoh R??j ubue, a History, by John Loturop Motley; a t?j oioih; free by mail, Silae Marner, the Wearer ?/ Ravelol, by the author of "Adam Bede ;* cloth 7i|oenU; paper # oenta. Life and Career of Major Andre, by Wintrop Sarceaut; Altar Iceberg* with a Painter.a Bummer Voyage to Labrador and Newfoundland; by Rev Lome L. Nohe:flJ0. The Manufacture of Photocenie or Hydro-Carbon OiU. hr Thoraw AnUeoil, M. D.; #1.76. Any or the above free by mail. FRENCH A RICH8TEIN, ap M 'JTB Penna. iwwa QUNBOATS roa thi WESTERN RIVERS. QuiiTnxiim Simu'i Omen. ( , Ws'kingtoa, Jutm 17,lMl.f PaorocALe are invited for oonatrnotini 6aabnata upoc the Weetern rivers Specifications will be immediately prepared and may be examined at the Oaart*rmaater*e OAs* at Cinolonati. PU'aborf b, and at this office. Prnpoaala from boat bmi era and engine-baild er? alone win be considered. Plan* submitted by bidder* will be taken Into consideration- M C. MK16S, je W U uartermaater General United State* gOOn AMD C?yi^tK8 *? BH1T We are now mansfactunnz all kinds of BOOT! and SHOES, and ooistantrr reoemnj a?A? *?!y of eastern made work of sYery a* SBC aor?#tion, made expressly to order, and willw ] boeoidatamnohlowerfrioetkaahubeen' K c'retofore charged in this oity for maok inferior art:c:ea. Peraona la want of Boots and Snoea cf eastern or oily made work, will al war* find ajood aeeor .man In store and at the lowest f^T^ y g.o ' ?? "l iwrnimi* itwii* tf^OOD ARTini.RH.?in?L>OT.^ V* VERMIN I)Ti ST ROYER"*? 11 rtd" y om~"oj KoaohM, Bed Baca. Ante, Moon'i Rat and Mobm Exterminator nmmli. Mooifi Bensine wili removs paint, vara or (rMM of any kind from th*moatialioate febric, ailk or woola?, witeoat injury to oolor or otiwrinaa; will olean Kid 6tn? bflautifally, vith littia labor. Por sate at ffout57AnatVfDaaot. IIS Pa. a*? wMt Niul * ** |M*KAT BARGAINS IN PlAN0?.-0?a vary VI aioa Hail A Sons' nut lor #130; HfeggpflB TRAVELLERS' DIRECTORY. " |JNITBI> STATES MILITARY BOOTS. j CHANG M~OF HOURS. 1 On and after Monday, August 19?A, 1801, riHMin TRAIN* WILL RVR AS FOLLOW! : LEAVE WASHINGTON it ud 1%> a. a. i S 90 and 5 46 p. m.. arriving it Baltimore at 7.46 and 9.10 a. id. aoo 4.06 and 7JO i. n. LEAVE BALTIMORE at 4,90 ami 140a. m.aad i 3 45 and 5 t m . am viae at Waskiactoa att aad j 10-35 a. m. and at i 31 and 6 46 s. m. PaiMocer Trains learinj Washington at 7 JS a, | m. and 2jb p. m..antl Baltimore ail so a. aad IM i ?. m , make diraot oonaazioas for AaaafOhs at tha I J UBOllOB. _ 4 Trains l?T?AiBifolis for Baltimore aad Will intton at 6M a. m. and S p. a. 1 Psssenger Trains leartn* Washington at an* ] 7 90 a. m and 19 p.m. make direct ootnexions at Batimors fur Phitadoipbia and Now York. ? Alt articles of freight (not ooatraband afvar) % will be transported orer the lias. Trnriii Traini will Issra Bsltimors at 4 30 a. m. Loavo Wsskisf- ? ton at 7 p. m. By order of tho Secretary of War: THOM A8A.?OOTT1_ . THOMAS H. CANFIELD, ' " Assistant Manac*r. aa tMf | QPKCIAL NOTirg. I ? SUXDAY TRAIN. Y On and after SUN DAY. nth Jaly, there will be ' bnt one bandar daily train? Leave WASHINGTON atSJOp. m. for NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA. , From New Yor* and Philadelphia,irnvinj in Washington at 6 le a. m. J. A 8COTT, * Jy tl General Manager. J frail STEAM WEEKLY BETWEEN . NfcW VOHK AM) LIVERPOOL. ! Landing aad embarking pautoitn at j Queenstown, Ireland. The Liverpool. New York and Philadelphia { Steamanie Company intend diapetobinx their rail . powered C]yd*-Dnilt iron Steam*hipa aa foilowa: , GLASGOW.. .Satnrcar, Auguat Sd. CITY OP BALflMORE, " ? 10th. ? KANGAROO. " " 13th. , Aud every Saturday, at noon, from Pier 44, North nver. itru or ruusi. i Firat Cabin. fs \ vu> I.iinmin 80 I Do. to I'ana a > Do. to Haniburf K Bteeraje - #90 . Do. to ia>qU^id. 34 Do. lo ' i n ... 3< ? Do. to Bambnrc 9* n P*MMk(e? forwariud to Harra. Bremen. Hot- \ t?rdam, Antwerp,A a , at reduoed throaau Ivm. a Hereon* wnlurn to brine out iMr mead a oaa buy ticket* at low rataa. ( hot further laformatioa aptly at the Captatna a Offioe. JOBN 0. DAL", Aceot, 14 Broadway. N. Y . , Ur to Q. A. HERRING, Aoama Expreea Baltimore. ^|T??^INDIVIDUAL ENTERPRISE J EASTBRfLAND WESTERN i SHORE STEAMSRS. J ''KENT," Capt. J H. R:rwaa. __ _ * r i vif (fc r> a | * v_/Rpi W n oriBMi t Will run their rontee v follow#, leavl-c Lignt J treet, Baltimore, foot of Camden ?l 1 o'olook A. * M: ' KENT?For Cambridge, Denton and Landing* 1 on Cbopt&nt river, every WEDNESDAY and . SATURDAY, returning every Thursday ud ' Monday. I For Annapolieand We?t River,every TL'ER- 1 DAY aDd FRIDAY and returning aa*-* days. PIONEER?For St. M'ohael's an* Eaaton, via Mile'* River, every WEDNLSDAV.aU retarn ? the tame day. For Annapolis, We?t River, Cambridge, Oxford and Eaeton Point, every THURSDAY, retarniaf ] by same route on Friday For Annapolis.West River,St. Miohael'sand i E* ton, via Mile's River Ferry, every SATURDAY, returning every Monday by same roataFare to Cambridge, Denton, Oxford and K a*ton . Point *...- . ... i i *...,?ii. ftl I? 1 Fare to St Miohaei't and MiIm'Riverniroaaa * trid B 1|) ... . 11..... ?* **. 100 i Fare to West River, (round trie, fl)..._.. 1 00 are to Annapo:i* ('oend tria75cents).,.78 IAKAL*Q f&T&A* fr7"Froight muet be fretaid. 3 wh*rf and Office, Lie HT ST., foot of Camden. Baltimore. C. K. CANNON. 1 s NORTHERN gjggjUi CENTRAL RAILWAY. < SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICB.I * Calviet station, Batimore. Mayit, 1MI. < Oo &r,d after Sunday. May 19th, 1861, Trauu M I the NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY arrive and depart aa follow*, an til farther ooboa. 1 TRAINS NOATH. i MAIL at 8 IS A. M. EXPRESS at 330 P. M. BARRISBIRG ACCOMMODATION at P. M 1 The 8.15 A. M. train onnnaota at Relay Hoaee with train* on the Weetero Maryland lirwati at Hanover Junction wita Hanover and Getubtfrg Railroad*; at York with \?rk and WnchUrtue Railroad; at Harnabarr with Peunay irauia Rat!- a road for all parta of the Weat.alao with Lebaaaea I Valley Railroad to >'?? Yorkdirttt; at iVrthaja 7 berlandwithL acd B. "ailroad for Kiniatonaad all p&rta of Wyooming Valley And at yaabarr with a the Philadelphia ana Erie R?ilr<utd tor all parte J Northern Pennsylvania and New York. a The 3 SO P. M train makea all the abova connaa- 1 tiona exoept Hanover Railroad, WYightarilla 1 Railroad and the Lebannon Vall?y Ra; road. Tue 8 P. M train makea aonneotiona with Paaa I ar'vania Railrcad for All n>rti nf *k* w??t ? << direot oonneota for New York. ** I TRAINS ARRUM. Mail at S10P MExpre> at 7 46 A. M.; Harmbur* Aooommod&tiofi at 3.43 P. M. 1 For Tioketa and infor-uation id* aire at the . Tioket Ufloe, Calvert Station, Baltimore. i J. C. CLARE, Sept. ( at? "VatJBMBti"u j The Camden and Amboy and Philadelphia aad Trenton Railroad Companies' Line from PHIJ^A- . DEuPHIA TO NEW YOVtf WAY PLACt 9,from WALNUT STEKET WHARF ^ND KENSINGTON DEPOT,will leareaefol Ate A. M.i Tia Camden and Amboy, (C. and A > A^6^.^Trui0Camdea aad Jersey City,(N.J. ? Aooommodation.) M At 8 a. M ., via Camden aad Jereey City, (Mora- , iif Mail.) At 11X A. M , via Keueinrton and Jersey City, (Wettera Etirs?i-> At 12H P. M., Tin Camden ind Amtx>y,( Aooommo- 1 At 3 'rd ., ria Camden ud Am boy, (C. and A. I 1 Hitfftti. t I At ?* P M , ? Kensington and Jersey City, A^Eveaint Exprosi i?n?ingto* ud Jersey CIV, ] (8eoord Class Ticket.) At8 P. M., vis Camden and Jersey City, (Keening , MM1.) At ILK P.M., Yia Camden and J ersey City, (Bowtk- . ernMail.) , At 5 P. M , na Camden and Amtxiy, (Aocommodation, freight and passenger, First Class Ttokei.) , Second Class TiokeC _ The P. M. Mail Train mna daily. Tke 11* P. J M. Mail, Saturday* excepted For Belvidere, Kaston, La-^bertrtlle, Fleming- . ton, Ao., at 7.10 A. M.; and 43^ p. M., from Ken- , sintton. For Water Gap, Strosdsbarg, Bomnton.WHkss- < harre, Montrose, Greet Bend, fce., at 7.10 A. M., < from Kensington, na Delaware, Laokavanaa aad Western Railroad. . For Mauoh Chun*. Allentown snd R?tkJ?hM ' 7.10 A. M. and &h P. M.. from ftenslncton depot; 7 the7.10 A.M li e oonstoU with the train leaving . feu ton at 336 f. M. Por Mount Holly at and I A. M. and S and 4K c P 1^. Por Freehold at 6 A. M and S P. M. ' Por Bristol, Trenton, Ac.. at 7.10 A. *.. <K and GtP. M from Kensington, and P. 11 from VV alnnt street wharf. Por Palmyra'moo, Beverly. BnrHncton, Ptorenneoo. Bordentown, A?.,atU]tf,l. I l,4fc aodft P. NT 1 Steamer Trenton for Bortwtmjad lntm me , djate^pJaoee, at SM P.M. from wainnt street [ET Per New York aad Way Liiw. Itariai I Kensington l>epot,jtake the ear* on Piftk street, i above Wainnt, half an hoer before depa'tore The ( oars ran into the depot, and on arrival of train ran i from the depot. j Fifty poind* of bacgage only allowed tocaak passenger Pr1 "l 'I' "* r--frrm kiss extra. The oompany limit their reeponstfcUty for baiiaie to one riot ar per poind, and will not he uaUeior any amomt beyond one bind red dollars, . exoept hy speo>a. ooctraot. WM. H. 8ATZMKB, As?t. j POR THE WRHT i Mn (eiHTn Ob and after May Mta, IM1. um i'ltu viU rma M folio VS. Camden Staooa. Ba:a mora.?Mail,?exoeet Sudsy.) W mi.!; El- j essaumi. FOR WAY PABSENGKRS. BrtvMn BtlUmor* mm Pitueat t?k? Um A. N. J Train; M?*n Piedmont ud Wheeling take Ao J oommodation Train, leaving Piedmont at 5.40 A. ! M ; ud betwMn Grafton ud Parkora berg, take ! tb? 5 9> A Si Tnun from Ba timore. Tn? FRbDKRICK TR-ilN Uitm Baltimore | at4? P.M.aad Frederick atA.M. Th* ELLlCOTT'tJ MILLS 1 RAIN leave Bat- I timora at 6 SO and 9.15 A. M. and 1 45 and ft.40 p. M< and Kllioot t> MillB at 7.41 aad 1140 A. M , aad t# i and 7j? P.M. _ 1 L.h.coT PougLk**Mi? Mul,? l??. B^M4 1.? ? I'iik?intite2*?4J f m 4gp. m. I **r JV WOTICE y TEAj u# loam) to m r <, w ui HMiw.lMau lutMU U>? luLMtfltoUtori ruim*iBiitiim? EVKlf jAV' iMMft ?Uiy) trim Mr wbarf, foot of Cum DmI, tt ?S ^ciockj. "u.^?r ly?diMwly vt tH o'o'oct ?. a. ??-tf W. W RAM*. Pr?t. r^. PR1L A MKLTHiA, W1L ?INliTU> A.Nl> BAIr TIMOR R RAIL*"AD. SPK1NO AND SUMMKK AhAAliOjMFNT. Ob and ittw fl'KJDAV MM )?U, nmmmgm rrusa tor Phn?d? ?ki? wiM ! ? ? PrMi<U?l lUMl >**otdtiiiiMMfi SandtTf )m follow*. TIB: ! xpr?i Vr?i, ulUA.M., W?j MftQ Ti?i? ? MS a. MT; * ??? M*?l ??? o'oioSk. o* tTJJi>A YRat 4 4f P7MT oolr. All tr?in* porn**) wttfc 4*vYorkMtoM ?i?lUl P. M.tmi I Fntmhi Traia witk |?MMr w *amilt P. M , itupBinc at all dtauoaa totvM* j alt i more and H%tt? d?-G r*o? /I**"*?*? for Dajawara wd ih? Kwun fkora if M arylaad will fad the stoat expedition roate by miermc the cart. . WM. CKAWFOFD, A^rt. w aEawisw r,v? :EKTHAL kAj?tu^AK?*fxf?mSfxZJ <ew York a ty ?^>U of Hadeoa Mi?? Rai.road taily. Baaday* axaepted. ? follow*: *rom Cham bare etreet Kinr Hit it Ulu?. LtlMaa At 7 * a 1IM*4 ft0?pm Ik - ItBpm U* p m lUpm Montreal and Baffaie Traia witk ajeep.nt aara, i'l * no Itftn Conc.?K3t r.t at Albany with tha New York Cor ral Railroad r>r Poheaeetady. Ro?h*rU'. I'tim Jataria. Roma, aad aOoaa on Roma aad Wat* own Rl ' Nalkia.flvnitM Mi?.? m.i biapeiafn Bridg*. Alburn, Geneva.Cat andaiswa Traina in oobueottca itivi Baffhlo iH Serper ilon ri? l^ke ;*hor?, liuffalo aro ?kf HarOfi an Jreat Weeiera Railroad, for Hairfltoa. Toronto Jetroit. Chicago. Toledo. Mi:wankie. fob Da 1?? . j* OroiM, Mtdir i. frame Di Ctilen, 6a en* )anl?ith. Doba?ae, Peon*. Roe* MuMt ina.lowa Citj. Barlintton. Qiuoct. fenaaae Uton,St. Lome,Cairo.Terre name. Irdaoaeei* ^ouiTUliiCa.o.iuli.1 aftia, Colan baa, Clevi and. and u\ poiuU Weal. Nortkweat and Boau NORTHERN ROUTE Connecting vitk T'tui at Ituj. vitk Tmi 4 iotton ud Rene. A Saratoga Roada for Baratnca. % hitehaU, Rut.and, BerTingtoa,Albaaa.Roaae 'ouat, Plxttibnrgh, Oiden* lugh, Montreal, it., (ET Frejjht Arrangement" by thit roate aa bore, withort ohan;a of Ca'a, troai the l?epot? la nair Sera and t ana. ecreeu. are at all time* aa arorai>tt aa a>ade t>? oth-r Hai'ma* Compa-i-?. "he 'aoil'tiee of thia great New York Rnate.'e the Veet comment) it to the cocidepee of ??iehaau *> ah fpers (or prnmptaeee and ditpateh Paeeetger traioa, with Smoking and llpefiff 5ara ran lb ooanecuaa oa the New York Cenira. Load. fat i^rtiailftri u i?1 ?-??- j ??i-u? -- . _- r ???iw?i vuiim bw inri(ni ir acgeoieau, iaqau-e w tratT at JP?k y ( eoVMNMRNT LINK ^?W?rO /OAr MONROE AND OLD jMTM the tow airi^Y^M?* DOcVb^U n^re, TMt aid*. OAILY, (Panda?* included.) at X o'clock P M. takinc pft?**rerra ud I ocnrotiax with the Railroad liar*, to ar.d fom HTaahiPc'on.D. C., Philad* ilMt.N** York, P?-e ?a, Y9fk. H??T??b?nt, Pittabar*. Pa , ard the WMt, 1 mnxdi*.t^W after th' arrival of the Liprt* ["rain freia New Yoik ud Philadelphia. The lollowin* it the Soh?"da.? : Vers New York to Fort Monroe aad back. fU 'roinPhrade ph aard hack- ?1? ^rowt Ba'timore and bsok ft. C7-PEOCURE YOUR TICRETH^D la New the New Jwur Railroad Oft* o^tof Coartlard etreet. Id Phi aoe phia, at the Compaay'a rftoa. N. W orntr of Bixth aed ChMtawt atraeta, or at the >epot. Broad aad Pr'a? itweU. la Bvtinort, on h >arri the Btaaraara, foot of Jaion Dock. HUGH O CONNKR, PaiMBIM Aft' YOU, BAR I.KM AN1) 3 albanV railroad. LEA Vine NEW YORK FOR LLBAN Y, TRO; , N"KTH AND WKbT. J^.VMEK^ ARK AN<- KMFNT Commenoinj Moudki, May 17th, 141. For Abany?ll.iw * TP. fa*t rxpreaa train fm?r. Rth For Dow Plalna?<:? *. rtoppmr at Whit# 'lvuim tad atatiosa north to Dorw p aim?from 6 Lb ftre?t atauon(Thia train will ran to Millertoa mrr PatnrCay IfNiUt) For Croton Fall a?MS ft. m toppittt at all ?UIom north of Fordhan imm S h atraei atauor.. For tTt* Plalat-M', *10 h? ?. at. Hoy. tin* at aU ftationa fro 38th aha* attftioa. For Whlta Plain*?J a. a. atcppuif at aU ?'aaoca from W hit* ?tr?et tuition. PorWil'iam* Bride*-7Jr\ 11:15 a. m. and .-*> p. d. atopptng at all atatioca from rtth ctieot atattoc. R r l. li will )aar?? Aibaey-*?C a. iaai e*prrw train. Dover P aina?6c30 a m. (Ttu* train laaraa Nu artoa avary Monday aaonunc at A a. m.) Crotot Falia?6 ?. tn. w tut# piaiaa?tela, 7*0 a m. <:* A 7*a p. m. Wrl'.ami Hr?d f-km, 9*0*. m.k 1H? p m S^ruiay traina will laara 4th Athm Ooraar M trMuW Caatral Park, Yorknl.a. Rarlwi u<l i^h^rtdre *?* ? to ? <"n.i ptntniti.. Jim YOKK AND KRlfc RAIL ? _ road PuMn[(t Tiuu !?* ? via Pevoii? Ferry and Uni lw?k, from fool of Ckta'wi itreet, New York, M folioWa, tis : 7.0# a. in . EX fRKSfc for Dunk irk, and Buffalo, u>d erineieal mterinofe'e Station*. IMl m . M AIL, for De- kin. end latenaediate ketioee?Ttua Trei n r? mm over iif fct et tiein, ?xrruMVCi,arft,WTiii..-4,? ?U S" ^foCOHMODATlON. dull, tot Port lem*. mad pi Inoipal ?tation* 4Ot ? m . WAY, for VnJd.etowa, Nevberfh. tufsrftlePFlari.. .. f?- Due (irk, Bnffaio, CaaaxxtaK ue-aod principal ptetu>r.* fbe Train of satarday tU>j? at ail Mail Trau Station*, and ran* orh to fc'mira. M p. m.. ACCOMMODATION Jor Horaeerilie, ad priboipai Station* CH a?. MINOT.fiea'l Sej't. NATHANIEL MARPH, Repairer. k?-?? Hmrawwp0** By tb? splendid and penor EMElffiro jra&Asst [irtDf u ui ?pe?o, pni paruesiar.y kdtrM to t?e langation of Loci It and Boond, ratming in ooateotion with tbe ral River a-d Old Colony ftti. ?u, o ii&iia* of M hJIm oni; to Boston L<?Tt Pier No. near Ur Butrj. The Steamer EM PIR E STATE. Oa#L Breyton, Ifondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at I o'c.ock f, Mtoaohinc at Nsws- ,n tMh war. The StNowMKTEOPOLjs, Cvt Brm. m rasedays, Thursday a. and Setardaye, at * e'eioefc r.M.. toaohin* at New^rt eeoh way. Tbeee Staamera a*e fitted with ecmnod.oia rtate roona, and every arrangement for the eecnrt 7 and oomfort et paesenyera. who are afforded h? jus ronte a nights' reel en board. Bad oa arrive it Fall River prooeed per fMaamboat Traln.reee> nc Boiton early the foUewta* noraiac : or meamain on board eatil starting of the Aeetaaaaa hob at A. M., by whioh they May reach Boeto. kbost Mi A. M. A baggage vaster ia attaehed to eaeh steam ' r ho reoeivee and tiekta the leime, aad at omw tames the laae to Its dean nation. A steamer race ta oonneetion with thia Line be ween Fall River aad Prondeaee daily, ewn: ^Pmlkt to Boetoe is forwasded throagh wtti rreal dispatoh by an Kxsrses Uraia, whioh >eave* 'eH River evert motr.i >i, Sndaya easepted.a' fc o'aiock for Boston aid New Becford, amnu A its deetiaatian at aboat HAM For freight or mifoi heart, or et tl' ftceon Pior No. 3 Ncrth IliTor Forittu rw?i> ?d borthk U^if on kuerd, er if domrea to i*nr* item in ?<1^Lloo, to WM BOROKN.Ac't TBeod 71 W ?t rtroot. N. V. 11 fTt --TBE- * PROVIDENCE, PV? io?roN?liiArt Eoeto?Tbf wrfU uc mo* 4*Wilntnu, la touMfaot witjktb* Btoaljutc* ud rrortdoM?M4 Boatoaaod ProrWuw KeilrooJi, MkTtac New York duly, Barter* * mjtod, from M?r No U North Eiw, et 6 ofa*ook pTm., ?bC MOtoa MIJD o'uooi f. Mor oitM mnlw tSS!^SkSfJrffii-3^??3?L5!. 1 m(m U?t fr*fmr it. nmu oi bo?rd U* FttVanffSUSJ'*''4"" *,u 7k*1 * Far* iroc. to Notryovt, mrwato z,\? iijlj on bu?rd U* rtiiw. >r u U* Fre.ibt J mo*, Piw U NortJi liver, or M th? Cfttt of i^sf- '? FBENCH "Ittct/ell eVU ?? nnal re*ti^sy?witei/'{y?B w gM. bMov Um rtftlv retail prisM,?laUodmg : ?? oditoon of Htrdoo'i liftatrrui Bti? ' Oo^KW?UI of n* HmWIIMM, ?UM H't.c . Uc ^^ ^asstcysa^TOi&a l^^SfluwirMoete jlet.t'SSiSur Hteijr-"-1 - r rr ?.y

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