Newspaper of Evening Star, September 16, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 16, 1861 Page 4
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? HE EVENING STAR. [ Tki Swell's Ssllloqay "m War. 1 don't ippwotf this bowwid wiw, Tho#r dwrsdfal bannaba hawt my eyes; Ard iruns and dwarns sre swh baw, Why don't the pawties coaipwamise ? Of eswee, the twollet has its chawros; But why must all the valgsh cwowd I'swsist In ipawtlng nnlfswms la culiaws so extwemelv load * And then the ladlrs? psrerlons deats!? I miwk the cb?n(? In ev'wv bwow; fist J ore : 1 wrs 11 j have my fenhs They watbah like the bowwid wow ' Tn hanh tWa *-!* - ?? IUIU)? twcaiuin Like petwons of the bloody wing, Of waw and all 1U dawty wawk,? It doesn't aeem a pwappah thing ! I called at Mra. Qweo?n'slast night, To aee her niece, Mtaa Mawy Hertz. And foand her making (cwusbing sight') The weddeet kind of flannel shirts' Of piw? I wrM and sought the door, W< th fewy flashing fwora my eyes ! 1 can't appwove this howwid waw; Why don't the pawtles compwamise ? f r/im'rjr Fair. mr Am English gentleman drew sixty tbousud dollars from a great banking house la New York, who were paying him four per cent, per lnnao, and a few daya since invested It with the tterernment, who are paying seven and threeteotbs per cent per annum He has written to bis friends in London, adviaing them to invest Are hundred thousand dollars in the?aaje securities. > - i n > r^i O.?VI. - w? -? *s^ _ ** ?? / v?t. m luruiurr UI ilJr ^aniOIIIl Parliament, ha a obtained power to ralae a regiment of 1,000 Lancer*, and to arm and equip tb*m like the Sixteenth English I.ancn. with sabre, carbine, pistol and lance, tbe shaft of which Is to *> sixteen feet lone and blade fourteen Inches. Tbe rendexvout will be Detroit. They will be in the field by December, and commanded by experienced officer* ITT An anchor dragging expedition, consisting of two schooner* and two sloops, all of Yarmouth, Mass, arrived at New. ort ou Tuesday from a cruise in tbe waters of Vineyard Sound, Edgartown, Ac. They have met with jpod sarce?s. having serured quite a nunibet oi anchor*, varying from 500 to 1000 lbs. in weight. They are Oi tb"lr w?y to New York to dispose of them. Mast of the ancho-s are in good condition. A most desirable office to hold at any time Is that of surveyor of the port of New York. Ths dullest years secure to him tbe snog little sum of thirty or forty thousand dollars per annum, while, at p'esent, the avalanche of condemnations and eor flscations increase that sum so enormously as to bring it little short of a million of dollars' for tbe current season. This Is rather too much of a ?0x1 thing. ft^Tbe New York Leader reports tbe arrest'of gents of tbe rebels in New York, and the discovery of a carrier pigeon communication from the suburbs of that city with Richmond. A D'geon was shot by a rifleman and under the bird's wing was an Important dispatch on lta way South A shed somewhere on the Look Island waa used a* a starting point for thepigeonr. fry A portion of Gen. lender's brigade Is to be armed with double-barreled r!fl<?e, weighing 4i pounds, and which, it ia said, will carry threequarters of a mile. 7" An honest farmer at Ludlttw, Vt., waa recently told that the army worm was destroying everything in its course, and very anxiously inquired what army the worm was destroying. OCEAN STEAMERS' SAILING DA YS Fboh tii Uiitxb Statu. StMSMri. L?s??. For. Dmvt. Congre*a Now York-.Havre. ^?ft 1J C. of Baltimore.. New York....Liverpool., Septal H ammonia: New York.. .Hamburg Septal ^ rioa . New York Liverpool ,.?ep- i5 K?n?arm\. .._...\ew York-.Liverpool ..Sep* 28 r?ew York ? .N?* York.. ?reir.en Sep' 28 8aio?a.. ? Koaton Liverpool., /lot 2 rc&t Eastern... New York_.-iverpo< I .Oot 5 ' ri.ia .New York. ?Liverpool . .Oot ? Ni*c?r#- Boston. Liverpool. .. OC 16 A w * * <>.? . -?ew ion _ Liverpool Oot23 Bremen. .New York.. .Bremen Oct*6 Fnou Subop* AnjloSaxonLiverpool Quetec. Sept 5 Europa. Liverpool boston. .'.Sept 7 fcfreat Eastern Liverpool.... Vaw ? ork. Septl" B\?oa?a^ SoutiVpt >n . New York...S??pt 11 geraia . Liverpool New Vork-. 8 pt 14 l ion I,., ..Soatlraton..~New York...He ,t It iagara ? Liverpool Boston ^ept 21 Asia - . , .Liverpool New York . .Sept2> Mronte> South pton...New York.,..Oc: X The California mail ateamera leave New York oa the let. Utn. and 2lat of every month. Oil: OB !?So to the People'e Cio'htng Store, No. 4AO Seventh atreet, opposite Po?t Office, andexamrae to at new atock ?>T FALL CLOTH INO. I K.UNK8. BATS and CAPS, all for a\le at the lowest New York prio#e anSvtm %A/ ESTERN LANDS IN EXCHANGE FOR LAN#S NEAR THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.?The anbaoriber will ex.kange fine Farming Laada in Ohio and >1 iahi<? n mr lauds wit>m 2r> miMOf thiaoity. WM. THOS. CARKOlL. Washington City, August 23, 1861. &ad-ro2w G1BLB' haib store. No 242 Pa. av.. bet. 12th a*d 13th ava. FB&ri'MEHY. kr. BRAIDS. CURLS.W1GS. HALF \\ 1GS, FR1ZETTES, Ao. A fail atooi a. way a ou band, or made to order at the ?horteat aotioe. Hair Work repaired or exchanged. N. B.?Ladiee' Hair Dyed in the most natural aasr.fr. ma 3* Sin Ywood and coal. OU *V 1:1 nr? r ?et y>nr money's worth by ???'.: < &i lue PIONEER MiLLH, soutAweil tm net nf Seventh 'net and Canal, <t?EO. PAGE, A?ert.) They t- eite&per ted ti*? better m#M?r? tn&a uy other# in the city?cut, split, &bd deliv?r*d (r*a of eharRA. If you doc 11 oilers , i re tha Pioneer Mill* ft tri*., tad ba Mtaa6ed. p?leemtn"d insurance company washington and georgetown. Captt&L |fl00,000. Q044 Mtmt C street and Louisiana am., over Bank if Watkxmion. insure houses and~other property ARilNttT I naootr mow 1 _ uv/knj ii x rmcM Dibktoks. Beo. Shoemaker, S?amucl Redfern, Baoiuel Cropley, Wukam Wilrou, Rioiard Jonea, Jonn i>. Baro.aj, Jaoob Gideon, Andrew Roth well, Tho?. Parker, Rwhard Barry, B. B. French, Dr. G. W. Davia. No chvcofor Policee. JAMES ADAMS, Preaident. ABXL 0. Dans. Secretary. u 9-eo?n? E OFFER TO MILITARY MEN a tare* aa&ortmeatof 6 REY and BI.UE FLANNEL OVKR gHIKTS, WHITE S-HIRTS, DRAWMS. CAMP BLANKETS. HALF HOSh, Ao.. Mim we invite ail oaak pnrahaaera to examine before making tkeir aeieotioca. wall, stepbens a co., 333 Pa. av? between 9th and 10th ?ta. mg (Intelligencer and Re?ub loan.) Pc t a t o e 8! potatoes: 9/M baahele prune Western Mereera will be oid thia ?<-eeoo at No. ? Pennaylvania a*., oorner of SeoonU at. Firat oar load arrived to day. Wire ua a trial, and w? ahall five you aatiafaotioo. Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky money, in good tand taken at par. j. w. stf.klf. k co. cummer clothing o at r*bwc*i Pwtcw. offer oar large assortment of t!un ?>U .IMf-'R clothing at reduced prt'*s. Our stock eu.mIon all stylee and taalitiea of Utntlemea. yoaths. u4 hoys' WeArint Apparel, of tie moat desirabj* aad f*ai.;on&bie style*. Alao, SflJRTfcand furnishing goods in * ci^uung mad* to order at the shortest notice. * wall, stephens * co., __ 123 Penr ?y ivania avenue, jj m (litfl. k Rap.) bet 9th and 10th at*. 1*' ' carriab cTs. 1. he Subeonber having made addition* to hia iw HUMUhMtahng carriages >mw==?s LIGHT Wagons of all kinds ouboI ba aar fm*m, ar,.i from hia loag experience c tka baaiueee, he hupeato giva geoeraJ s?tisfaouon. Air kinds or Camagaaaod Light Wagons kayt ?ak ilk pairs neatly done, and all orttora promptly attended to. tMOld k?"^ Cvriuaa ??i- 1 " ww aw*. TN DH K.W "J .Toyft:/" 4 M tf eoroor of Fo?rte?Bth ud E ?ta. WMDVV GLDUilW. B H*w? rw?ved wttfcio U? >ut day or two a Iff* Maortmaot of BOVV BPRIN6 CLOTHING. #rabr*cmf *11 itTlM of low-vrioad, modiam, am if* <Mlitw?, wtuek we *r? ?eUjnx ?t very w pciM* ~^ALL gTRfHKNS * CO., 3SS Pfc. ftw.. b?Cw?OT 9tli tod !0tk its. mft (l8flU??r?fml RbuMiww.i S^AT THK O'^D PAWN OFK1CE. ft B-tk *f h?*i. 6 A ( ?t lib* ?: advftacM in*d4 oa bold and <-itv?r DtANtua i, J?v? ri.Silvor war?,Cioth? ?. Pi?toi*. and ?11 kinds or M?iCh&odi*e. BasiMM erlft'\Jc^^5^t;R0 34, c gtr##t< M 1-lB H*t>M AU. ??* h-itjmyiy a feonjy and kavkna ban cofrw planor.?a m?ortrb*r k*? ja?t r*? r*o?iT?i.-Pe'?oc* ;r. ,*rC HM ?f a r?ii*N? u*uMt M a low ?ns? &r?V|# *Tl 'u -ft, yd ?amiMrtmliwoStof of JLjSgyb. MAACUt MKblN^I ^ yiMh AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISK ASK' DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE' DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DI8EA6E! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE' DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DI8EASE! DEATH! Aw(n1 facrifioM ! Diaefta* ! Death ! Awful ! Eimm? ! Death ! Awlul 8*orifioea Uiaaftee! D??th ! Aw ul Sacrifices : Ditease! Death! Awfil Sacrifices! Dimn: Death! Awful Sscnfioes: Disease! Death! 9TRIK K AT THK ROOT OP THE DISEASE! 9TRIKE AT THE ROOT OF THE DISEASE ! PTRIKE 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 Disease! Strike at the Root of the Disewe! Strike at the Root of the Diseaae! Strike at the Root of toe Disease' Strike st the Root cf the Disease! CONSUMPTION, INSANITY. EPILEPTIC FI1S, OMAVEL, DROPSY. LAN60UR. NERVOUSNESS, CONSUMPTION. GRAVEL, INSANITY, DROPSY, KPII.F.PTin FITS* MMr.nlTD a a Vf * WW ?? NERVOUSNESS. Co>i.ttunp ion, Insanity, Epileptic Fits, Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Fits, Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Fits, Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Fits, Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Fits, Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic. Fits, Gravel, Diopsy, Langou', Nervou?nes?, Grave', Dropsy, Largour, Nervon?ne*s, Gravel, Dropsy, I angonr, Nervousness, Gravel. Dropsy, Langour, Nervousness, Gravel, Dropsy, Langour, Nervousness, Gravel, Dro;sy, Languur, Nervousness, Uriv?rial Lassitude of the Mutonlar System, I*nivenal Lassitude of the Muaoalar System, Universal Lassitude of the Muaoular System, Utiveraal Laesitnde of the Muscular System, Universal Lassitude of the Musoular System, Universal Lassitude of the Musoular System, Dimnesa of Viaion, Impotenoy and Inaamty, Dimness of Vision, Impotenoy and lnaanitr, Dimnesa ol Viaion, Impotenoy and Insimty, Dimnesa of Viaion, Iaapotaioy and Insanity, Dimnesa of Viaion, Impotenoy aid Insanity, Dimneas cf Vision, Impotenoy and Insanity, THOUSANDS OF THE YOUNG THOUSANDS OF THE YOUNO THOUSANDS OF THE YOUNG THOUSANDS OF THE YOUNG THOUSANDS OF THE YOUNG THOUSANDS OF THE YOUNG Ot both sexes die annually of the above Diaeaaea, oauted tr abuse of the GENERATIVE ORGANS, GENERATIVE ORGANS, GESERT^IVE ORGANS, 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 BUCHU HELMBOLDS EXTRACT BUCHU HELM BOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU HELM BOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU HELM BO D'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU UF.T.MKCl r.n'a VT'rtf A/-T- nrr^mr - v mm m- V M JJ %J 1/ II 1/ 18 THE GREAT DIURETIC 18 THE GREAT DIURETIC IS THE GREAT DIURETIC 18 THE GREAT DIURETIC 19 THE GREAT DIURETIC 19 THE GREAT DIURETIC and a positive and ep*oifio reined j for diseaa*a of the BLADDER. KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, DROPSY, I ORGANIC WEAKNESS, ABUSE, gjpniut o a<d Vener**! Dueaeee, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, VP i r at v nr% %md r * i FEMALE COMPLAINTS, and all Di ?&- ? of the Generative Organs, 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, MALE OR FEMALE, From whatever oause originating, a d no matter of HOW LONG STANDING, HOW LONG STANDING, HOW LONG STANDING. HOW LONG STANDING, HOW LONG STANDING, HOW LONG STANDING, HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCUU 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 BUCHW HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU It pleamnt in iU taste and odor, immediate in ita action, free fronr. all "injurious properties," and ia tiknn vithnnt 44 hi "k ? " iuUIMUV'7 IIUUI UUIIUOBI, "j Lit 1* or No Change in Diet. Little or No Change ia 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. Caret at '* Little Rxpenee" and "No Hxpoenre." I'uree at "Little Expense" and "No Exposure.". Caret at "Little Expense" and "No Exposure." Cures at "Little Expense" tnd "No Kxp~sare.n Careaat4*Little Expenie" end "No Expoenre." Cure* at "Little Expense" and "No Exporare." If ro? are nffenog tend, or oell for U>e remedy at onoe. Explicit direotioos aooompany. Prioe 1 per bottla, or atx for $5, delivered to any address. "PHYSICIANS" PLEASE "NOTICE" WB XAKl "WO 8SCRST" OF "!I??R*DI?!?TS." HELMBOLU'8 EXTRACT BUCHI7 'soom posed of Buobu, Calebs and Junior B?rn?9, soleotod with great oar? by a oompetont drnrgist. PREPARED Iff VACUO, BY H. T. HELDIBOLD, Prao'ioal aod Analytioal Chemist, and Sola Man-' niaotaror of HEDMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATIONS. EXTRACT BUCHU, EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA, IMPROVED WASH OF ROSES. Sold in Washington by 8. B. Waits, Z. D. Oilman, Jobs Wilsy.S. C. Porno. 8. B. ksTwisTLB &ISWSLL m. L.AUEIHCS* WMkinc ton ud Ooorjolovii ud ill OriiiuU (Ttrjvhtn. m HKLMBOLD*8 MEDICAL DEPOT, ffi. 104 S Htk Tmtk Street, btltrw Cktttnut, PHILAD t LPH14. Pbyaioian in att?ndftao? from I a. m. to I p m Direct ItUwi HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DE fOT, 104 Boat* Twtk uitfl, below OliiMit. LMorib* is ?'l oominuni??OoM. H7*Adrtoo crntl* E7"0?rc? ?MruUH. m -*9 , fc- ^ J? {a y f ' ' I f B xm * * -TJ *"* ,M **** "Tfcgf f? rffht to thf 8potw INSTANT RELIEF STOP \ OUR COUGH PURIFY YOUR BREATH STRENGTHEN YOUR VOICE! SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS, ABB vuuu run. c x-AKty tamrf, OOOD FOR LECTURERS, OOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS, >. OOOD FOR SINQERS, OOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES. GENTLEMEN CARRY SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS, j LADIK3 ARE DELIGHTED WITH SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS. CHILDREN CRY FOR SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS. They relieve a Cough in?tautly. They olear the Throat. They give strength and volume to the voioa. They impart a delicious aroma to the breath. They are delight/til to the taste. They are made of simele herbs utd nunnot hirm any on*. I advise every one who has a Congh or a Husky Voice,or & Bad Breath, or any difficulty of the Throat, to jet a package of my Threat Confection*. They will relieve you initantly, and yon will agree with me that "ther go fight to the spot.' Von will find them very useful and pleasant while traveling or attending publio ireetings, for stilling yonr Cough or allaying your thirst. II yon try one paokage 1 am safe in saying that yon will ever af terward* consider them indispenaible. Von will find them at the Druggists aDd Dealers ia Medicines. PRICE TWENTY FIVE CENTS. My signature is on each paokage. AM others are counterfeit. A Package will t>e sent by mail, prepaid, on re oeiptof Thirty Cents. Addres*, HKNKY C. SPALDING. No. 48 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK. ' ^ CURE rSls^e{ld^A 1p CURE S. Nervous Headache. i ^ Jnna? He act aelie. By the sse ol thM? Pills the penodio attacks o ,V?r?ows or Sick Hfdmehi may be prevented; sod I taken at the commencement ot an attsok imie itate reiiet from pain and sickness will beobt^^d. They seldom fail in removing the /Vmmm and Ht*dock* to which females are so eubjtot They aot fentiy cpon the bowels,?removing Cot llWIIII. For LUirary Mtn, St*<Unt?, Delicate Females. And all persons ol itdtntary habits, they are val sKlaasa * ? m 1/wuiivi, n iprnviui me OV7'*HH, f L V1 n J imm and vigor to the digestive organs, and re itortng the natural elasticity and strength of the hole syst?m. The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long uvestication and oarefully oonduotad experiments, ia?ing be?n in use many years, dnring whioh time ihey have prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and sctTering rom ijeadaotie, whether originating in the nervous ay item or from a deranged rtate of the ttowmck. They are entirely vegetable in their nomposttion. and may be taken at all times with perfeot aafety without making any change of diet, ??d tk* mbimei oj any ditagritablt tajtt rmdtrt U ??** te tktm to tkildrt*. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! The genuine have five signature* of Henry < spaiaini on etch Do*. Sold by Drac(icta and all other Dealera In Modi lines. A Do* will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt* h* PRICK, ** CKNT8. Al! erdere ahoald be addreaeed to HENRV C. SPA I.DIN*/ 48 cisajt Strict, Niw Yoac. I _ Irom tkt Exominir, Norfolk, Vm, Cephalio PiUa aooomfhah the objeot for waiek ihey were made, via: Core of headache In ail 1U ! forma. From tkt JSwmi^r, Norfolk, To. They have been tested in more than a tkaiia&t -aeea, with entire anoceaa. ' From tkt Domotrmi, St. Cloud, Mitm. tf yoa are, or have been troubled v ith the i.ma to he, send for a box, (OphE.io Vills ,/?w that jos nay nave them in out ol an>ttaok. From Ik* Wuttrn R, R. NuUti, CkUmto, III, We heartily endorse Mr. Spalding, aad kls aaj rivalled Cephalio Pills. Ami Ik* Soutktm Pmtk Pirnhr, Ifnr Orltut, La. Try them ! yon that are afflicted, acd *? are ?r? ihatyourtfuuinony can he added to the alrsatf) dimerous list that haw received bece&U tut no other medioine oan produce. Prom tkt H*?*!!*, Davtnrort, lov, Mr. Spaldiac would not oonneet his name with *n artiole he did not know to possess real merit From tk* Advtrtisrr, JVwMmm, & L The Cephalio Pills are said to baa remarkably effeotive remedy for tbe hoadaohe, and one of the very best for that very freoent complaint whion has ever been discovered. from tkt St. Lomit Dimnrut. Thummerw demand for the artlsle (Cejkalie fills) 1a r&yidiy lnoreasi&f. From tkt Kmmowkm Villi* Btmr, Kmatmkm, Tm. We are sure that persons suffer ice with the beadecho, who try them, will slick to then. FYom tkt Advertiser. Fromiteut, ML I. The tesbrnorv in their ffcvor is strong, frem tbe most respeolab'e tiiartrra From tks Daily News, Ne*orort, R. I. Cephalio Pills are taking tbe ylace of all Mi ads. FVom tkt Commertial Bulletin, Bottom, Matt. Said to be very eftoaoious for the headaohe. From tkt Commercial, Cincinnati, Okio, BalTering humanity can now bo relieved. iCf A single bottle of Spalding's Prepared Glue will nrt ten time* it? ooit annually. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SrALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SAVE THE PIECES! ECONOMY' DISPATCH CT"A 8tttc? in Tim* Sayu Nm?."-/Tf A* MoidenU will happen, even in wall reculatec (Am it tee, if is very desirable to bave tone eheae And;e>nrei)ient way for repairing Furniture, Toyi Crockery, fco. SPALDING'S PREPARED GTJ1H mmmtt all nek emortonoioa, and no household cm aJTori to bo without it. Itia alwaja ready. 4Bd to tko attokint joint. ? USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE." n. B.-A Brmah aooomjamoa ?aoh Bottlo. Frio U mdU. AddroM HENRY a BPALDIN*. No. 4?Codar atraot, Now York CAUTION. U? f" ' paTdINS'B PJtETAEKi} SLVB.JZ) HMMfiik"4* wm***n 1-1 *u#r* yyflfffy J .'.icai'ivoAttt.s ..ra ?#* l ni-oo ' ^ * m * m WASHINGTON LOCK HOSPITAL. 1 i>VS.u^; 1 i*cleery, ewnSMed Indian or 6enau doctor*, and pretender* of vitofcoraft Mid impoatora in fanar?l TUia ia the only plaoe where a rare ud *peedj oare oan be obtained in the vorkl for all improper and erll habita, ronorrhw, gleet, eeminal weak oeaa, ayphiliia, primary *eoocdary. and tertiary, organic weaknesa. paina in the loin*, atricturea, ieo<ral debility, prostration, nervontneea, reatleaa ni( hts. palpitation of the heart, ringing in the ears, toaaor memory, confmion, ar.ohoiy,aflection? of the head, throat, noee, and skin, and all tnoae peouliar diaordera arising from the irdiaoretion of j TOlith. mnil#*rin? am - *1 1?"? " ? , . Mivui tvr OilflOT UUIiJIUMi 1 tody, eociety, or marriage. fir. S. has the greatest remedies in the known i world for diseases of the blood, gonorrhr* f leet, ] strictures, ?jphilUa, seminal weakness, aelf abuse, to. There ta no case in which they fkil to onre in i from S to 6 days. i Viotima of i;-.e*e horrible oompiaints, who wonld wiah to be valuable men and ornaments to sooiety. should embraoe the earliest rpportuuity for retiof. | Dr. Shnman haa made the mostoompietearrangeKnta for theoomiort of hie patients who come m a distanoe. -'J hey will bo furnished with the ] moat pleasant and agreeable quarter*, neoeaaary diet, and made aa oomfortable aa they wouid be at \ a firat class hotel at lesa than half the ooat. 1 Do not forget the name and number. Dr. Shu | man's offloe is on the oorner of Sixth atreet^nd Fennayivama avenue, Clarendon Hotel, opposite the National Hotel, Waahicgton. D. C. Persons at a distance should enolose stamp for return postage. OAee hours, 9 A. M.to 10 P.M. Various parties have been enticed from my institution by oertain swindlers on back streets in this city, who will rue it till the day of their death, i A word to the wise is sufliniept ap 9 It Curt Couth, Cold, Hoarstntts, In- | /IVux'ZW Au*n*a, any Irritation or Sort nut of tht Throat, Rtli*r$ thl NjppWvW Hit bin* Couth in Contuw.pllVmMrilLlI txonA Bronehitix, A*hma, yuJlLyWU t Catarrh, Cltar nnH ftrt strtmtth to tht voitt of PUBLIC SPEAKERS ^4543*^ and SINGERS. Few are aware of the importance of checlnni a Conch or "Common Cold" in its first state; that which in the begininc would yield to a mild reme- < dy, if neglected. soon attack* the Lungs. "Brom't Bronchial Trothicontaininf demulcent ingredi nts, allay Pilmonary and Bronohial Irritation. " That troubJe in my Throat, <for BROWN'S which the "T^ockt*" area specifics! havinc made me often a mere whisTROCHES perer." N.P.WILLIS. BROWN'S reoommend their to Pvbli* TROCHES REV. E. H. CHAPIN. "Great service in subduing Hoa*?i BROWN'S MH," REV. DANIEL WISE. wRficiivo "Almost instant relief in the die tressing labor or breathing peculiar rrnw\'h to Asthma." REV. A. C. E6GLESTON. TROCHES "Contain no Opium or nnythini injurious." DR. A. A. HAVES, BROWN'S Cktmist, Boston, "A. simple and pleasant Oombina nu^ncic tioo for Cods us. ao." BROWN'S 1>R* F*

VROCHF.9 ** Beneficial in Bionchitis." ,ttUl'nM DR. J. t. W. LANE, I BROWN'S _ B?)ten I have proved them excellent for TROCHES Wmooriwe Co?sh." REV. it. W. WARRKN, 1 BROWN'S Bost*n. -BnrH?a " Beneficial when compelled u TKULtlbc apeak. suffcrins from Cold.^ uanwM>H REV. S. J.T.ANPEKSON, brown ^ St. Ltmit. 1 tunrnvM " Evvxctvil iu remonce Hoaraeneaa and Irritation of the Throat, ao BROWN'S ootn ?? srxakkxs aud Sims TROCHES Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON, IKUtntr LmOrmn fi.dm. BROWN'S T^hFemJ&Co!lffeU.lW" TROCHES "Croat benefit when taken before and after preaqinn?, aa tne? prevent IIU'?WIN7? no?rse:i??B. rrom meir puieneoi, i i think thay will be of permstient &dTROCHES r?nu*eton?s. REV. E. ROWLEY, A. M. BROWN'S President of Atiu*us Collexe, Teuo. TROCHES IT^^o!dbr?ll !>m?ists?tTWENTY FIVE CENTS A BOX.??J 4* 1-ly JOV FOR THE 31CK AND SVFFERINR LSV ALL WHO XKS AVFLiCrMO F ka y ATTi.T THS'KMKSDT K BJOIVX JA*BJSILTH, Fries*. i* ion ssicr? Ar> jot )h? v<etia ?fast sfthcs* r*;r.erossnlnienU rfe'.ok *rw? from ia ?*ritr of the bloofi? Wh?t*re th*>r, do yos RMlior Mk, whfctare they P?t I Ybe biocc! ;s toe <>*'?? of life fccl ?dU it i* th? first eieT'.n' of o?r twint to respond to *rr osew w.'uoh sheets the *1 stein, s? the ps:M in*?lit!>iy st*r?ts. 'the ever fre>n:.it N;xr&Ji'i?, the lrrii*\iii? Lrj^ife.u.m ssbtlr rsortfu!*^tne St Dtis ir.j Rhtjin&tiani, Ner voaa uebuirr, vys?epi'*< l<<iTtr <;onp;iii.t withits tor?or and dejection, asd the Qembe-Jssa :ti? tt.*t t?i3 it heir to. csr:ve tiiei- hideous ortcia f.om the blood. Deal kliitfy then and jcnty w;Li the biccd. Use the vitalixi'-g reaouroca of rats re tor its aid, a&tl amXer aa to ooiaiuer i to yosr eo-fidf&oeand ?se that trail nlubie m?li^aiuout tuvwu as HAS. M. O.jX'H INDIAN VMUXTABLB VBCuCTlON. With retard to tula alimat Infallible s#*?if* popaiar sentiment haa apoken In decided te: m? and the evideuaea of ttia great e?aacr are abstained by oonatant irota.a of otrativs el seta asd i th? happiect raauita from its i?e are after a!i other ! remediea and the beet inertia*] skill bare failed. Let sa sar.in couoluaion, that oerti&oatea area ars Dot acosht from the illiterate anU s_i??rftoial, but the; aa*e volontoerod from the moat reapeotable ponroes and juat'fythe hijheat terms ic wh.ojj it la poaaiblo to ccmuiind au valutbia a i apeoino to poDiie approval. We may add also that < the ou rati ve propertieaof themedioii.e are eq ualled only by lta restorative efieetSj the syatem reoovar IUK 11 KIM uttu?O WtUI IVHCWOU 'JVUIUiUUUQft, TIEOK, For sale I'T *11 respectable Drugcists in this slty, and by tno proprietor, MRS. m. COX, Kooe genuine uimi her came is blown on the ottie and her seal on the oork rnr Pnoe 91 per bottle, rx bottle? for *. WloluMl* Aunt, R. n. T. CI6SLL, Origcist eorgebivn, l>. C.. Whoieeale Agent for the I) la- ' trio:, and wiK sapply the trade at my pnoea. am U tr > 'j^UE ALL SUFFICIENT THREE. TRIESEMAR.1.1 and 1-Proteeted bj Roja. ] Letters Pawut of England, and eecurea by tne Sis of tne Kco.e de V sarroaoie de Paris, and the Mtrial Coileee of Modiolus. Vienna No. 1 is invaluable for ezbanstton and naterrhea. and ail phyr.oal rtiaabiiitiea. No. 8 completely eradioates all traoee of thoss diseases that have been hitherto treated by the naaseous and porniciona use of cop&iva and eabebs. No. 3 has entirely supplanted the injurious sse oj mercury, thereby insuring to the cajfsrer speedy relief, dieseremg all imparities, and rooting 01 the venom of disease. TR1E8EMAR, Nos. 1,1 and S, are prepared is the form of a loaenge, devoid of taste and smell, and oan be carried in the vaistooat socket. MnH in tin oaw, and divided into separate done*, a* ad ministered by Velpeau, l.a iemar\ Rooz, Riocrd fco l*rioe #3 each, or four ea?4s for 09, whieb uvm #3; and in *27 oases, wherebv there is a ?? in* off 9. To be liad,wholesaie and retail, of Jr BARROW, of 194 B'.eeoker street, New York. Immediately on reoeiviug a remittance, Dr. Harrow will forward the Trieeemar to any part of the worid, secure, j packed, and sddressej according to the instructions of tiie writer. The Book, of all others, that shoald be read bj men witk damaged and broken down constitutions is " Huusnf r?nt7, or Fhysiolog ioa! Researches." It is beautifully illustrated, and treats nuuuteir ol all trie sy<np:oms that invanabiv develop themselves. enoner or later, resulting from the frailties and vitiating kfciuUot earlv jronth, incapacitating the viotim irom aanring ti.e fruition of tlie matri monial stata, and. if not checked in time, degener > ating all the fuaotionn of manhood, and i ringvng him. ste? by step, toalinxenng and unLmelr death. PoTa by Dr. HAilROWTlfl* Bleeoker street, loat doors below Maodougal, New York. Prioe M cents. Bent free every w here. sold also by S. C. i ora, Jr., Drag Store, Washington, P. C. de t8~Sm j HNE'.V BOOK*. ISTORY of the United Netherlands, by John Lothrop Motley ; 2 vols.; a b? mail, 14. Theni^ccf the Dutch Republic, a history, by * -iiu uvmrup juuuey; a to a Oiotn; iree by mail, . *. Situ Maruer, the Wearer of Ravelol, by tbe author of ''Adam Bed? oloth 76|oents ; paper to coma. , | Life and Career of Major Andre, by Wintrop , Bareeant; 01.M). After Iceberg* with a Painter, a Summer Voyage to Labrador and Newfoundland; by Rev Loan L. Nob.e; 01JO The Manufacture of Photosenio or Hydro-Carbon Oils, bv Thomas Antisell, M. D.; ?1.75. Any of the above free by mail. FRENCH ft RICHSTEIN, a? ? Henna, avenee. ( QUNBOATS rom ?i WESTERN RIVERS, QvaiTnHARTm Sivnu'i Dmci. ( Watkintton, Jvnt 17,1861.f I Proposals are invited (or oonatrnotinc Gunboats upon the Western rivera Specifications will be immediately prepared and may be examined at the Quar^ermaater'a Office at 1 Cincinnati, Pitaburgh. and at tbia office. Propoaala from boat-bail ers and engine-balld | er* alone will be ootisidered. Piane submitted by bidders will be taken into 1 consideration. M C. ME1BS, je 18 Quarter aster fieneral United Statea |?OOTS AMD SHOKS^ *0 SVIV VU We are now manifaoturias'all kinds of BOOTS i and SHOE?, and eorstactTr reoeinnc aspplj of eastern made work of every de-pHI i sorption, made expressly to order, and willw ] KabaM a* 1 ?* ^ * in> ma uiauu IUI| w rrios UkDUl DMD ' Mk 1 heretofore oharged in flue city for maoh inferier i areolae, I Persona in *ut of Boot* and tjhoee of aaatera et aity made work, will aJwaraftndacoodaaaorimea < lastoreand at thelevast prwee^|hveaa^eall. I CJOOD A RTICLBS.?MOORE'S INBKCT aod . * VERMIN DESTROYER wllf nd yoa ol Roaehae, Bed Boca, Ann, Ao. Moore'a Rat and | My use Exterminator never Aula. Moore'a Beast ne ( willremorepaint, vani sh, or freaae of any ku>4 from the moat delieete fa brie, ailk or woolen, with- , MOORE'S OfoalWwHeiM De**. Ill Pa. avM , W Ml Kiwi > ? i H "."."TT"?>. STflt 1 TRAVELLERS* DIRECTORY. JJNITED STATES MILITARY ROUTS. CHANGE OF HOURS. Oh and aff$r Monday, August 19<A, 1861, riiiimn miits will xui* as roLLowa s LEAVE WASHINGTON at 6 and 73' a. m. ! SB and ft 45 ?. arrmn* at Baltinor* at 7.4ft and ?.iu a. in. anu 4.ie and 7 JO p. m. LEAVE BALTIMORE at on and t M a. n*.and MS and 6pm, am ring at Waabinctoaattftftt 10J5 a. m. and atS 3' and 6 45 p. m. Pa**ecrer Train* learing Waatunx too U7t) a, m. and 2.9* p. m. .and Baltimore at 140 a. m and 3.4ft p. m , mat* direct oonnexion* for AnsAfOlia at the Junction. Train* leave Anna poll* for Baltimore and Waah iDKton at a. m. and t p. m Passenger Train* learing Washington at and r 30 a. ra and tJO p. m. make direct oonsexion* at Ba timore for Philadelphia ana New York. All artiolee of freight (not contraband of war) rili be transported orer the tin*. Tonnage Trains will leave Baltimore at 4 91 a. ol. Leave Washington at 7 p. m. Bj order of the Secretary of War: THOMAS A. SCOTT, General Manager. THOMAS H. CANFIELD, Assistant Man%g er. *n 17-tf SPECIAL NOTli E. " S UUDA Y TRAIN. On end after SUNDAY.'.8th July, there will be bat one Sunday deity train? Leeva WASHINGTON etJJOp. m. for NEW YORK eod PHILADELPHIA. From Nev Yor< end Philadelphia, arriving la Washinjtonat610e.nl. J A SCOTT, jy 27 6ener?l Manager. r~m, steam weekly between &+rtr* nt-w you k and liver pool. Landing end emtarking pasiengera et Uueenatown, Lrelend. The Liverpool, New York end Philedelphie St*emihie Company intend ditpatohioc their fail powered C!vd"-built iron St*em*hip? ea follow# : GLASGOW Saturday, August 3d. C1TV OP BALTIMORE, " 10th. KANGAROO. " " 13U. And every Sat order, at noon, from Pier 44, North river. XATIS or FAMifil. Firat Cabin. - .075 Do. tn Loafca so K. to l*ena 85 . A> Hamburg _ .. w Steerage--?. #90 Do. to i^ondcn...... 34 J?o, to ^e-ia 31 Do. to Hamburg...^..... 86 Peeaengera forward, d to Havre. Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Jfco , et reduoed thronch teres. Hereon* wishing to brine oat their friends oen bay ticket* etlow rates. nor further information epply et theCMtetns Office. JOHN G. DAL , XTem, 13 Broedwey. N. V.. Or to Q. A. HERRING, Ademe Express Baltimore. ^.fp?^INDIVIDUAL ENTERPRISE & ? LJNE. naasui JTJ.CTFBV a vn nrpcrro w ? u * - a. i? m.* rr no ' A A if SHORE STEAMERS. "KENT," Capt. J H. K rv?n l' flQSKER,'' C*pt~ W. Norman, Will run their nutea a* follows, leavi g Light street, Ua.timore, foot of Camden at 7 o'clock A. u . KENT?For Cambridge, Denton and Landings on Choptank river, every WEDNESDAY and [*ATnKDAY. returning every Thursday and Monday. For Annapolis and Weit River, every TUESDAY and FKIDA V and returning ?a PIONKEH-For St. M'ohaei's an* Easton, via Mile'* Hiver,every WEDNESDAY,aLd return Ibe tame day. For Annapolis, West River, Cambridge, Osford md Easton Point, every THURSDAY , returning by e&ine route on Friday For Annapolis. West River, St. Miobael'sand Ea ton, via Mile's River Ferry, every SATURDAY, returning every Monday by same routeFare to Cambridge, Denton, Oxford and Faatou Point #1 SO Faro to ft Michael's and Miles' River ground trip.?l,) 100 Fare to West River,(round trie, #1). 1 #' Fare to Accapoii*(round tri?75eenU)__? IS . MEALS EXTRA. ll_/_Krei*nt muBicbe erepajd. Wharf anil Office, LIGHT ST., foot of Camden. Baltimore. C. K. CANNON. ? NORTHERN ffi?9P?3^ CENTRAL RAILWAY. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,I Caxvirt Station, Datimore. May it, 1K1. t oo and afW Sunday. May 19th, 1^1, Trains on the northern CENTRAL HAIlWaY arrive and depart a? follow*, until farther notioe. THAINS NORTH. MAIL at 8 15 A. M. EXPRESS atSJoP. M. HARKISBURU ACCOMMODATION at I P. M The 8.15 a. M. train oonceota at Relay Hoim with train* on the Weetern >H" ?rr p?J.ro^t at El mover Junction with Hanover and Getubnrg Railroad*; at York with York and WrinhUvllle Railroad; at Harr'?hortwiih Penn?y vaiiia Rat road for ail part* of the West, ateo with Lebaunon Val'ey Kailn-ad to York dxrut; at Northum be.-land with L and B. Railroad for Kingston and al. parts of Wyooming Valley .and atysnbury with the Philadelphia and Er.e Railroad lor fell part* Northern Pennsylvania and New York. Tho3 30 p. M train makes all the above connection* exofpt Hnnover Railrrad, WrightsTille Railroad and the Lebannon Vali-y Railroad. Tne 8 P. M train makes oonntotiocs with Pann m vamt Railrrad for ail parts of the West, and direct connect* for New York. \ TRAINS ARRIVE. Mail at610p M.; Expr* s at 7 46 A. M.; Harriaburt Aooommodation at 3.43 P. M. For Tiokets and information inquire at the Ticket OfBoe, Calvert Station, Baltimore. J. C. CLARK. Sap't. ?B LEFO? NKWLVOKkP'"i Th? P.Ajnfiftn And AibKaw UkJUJ-ui... 1 Trc&.oB Railroad Compatnet'Line trona PhTlaDEi-PHlA TO NKW YOMK AND. WAY PLACi S.from WA'.Nl'T STREET WHARF AND KENSINGTON DEPOT, will leave aa fot l?*i: At 6 A M , via Camden and Amboy, (C. and A. Acoommodation.? At 6 A. M , via Camden and Jereey City, (N.J. Accommodation.) At 8 A. M . via Camden and Jereey Ctty.iMorni t Mail.) At 11X A. M , via Ken tint ton and Jersey City, (\N Mtern Expreaa.) At 12H P. M., via Camden and Amboy,( Accommodation.) At 8 P M , via Camden and Amboy, (C. aad A. Kxerete.) At ui P M., via Kenaington and Jereey City, <Ev?nir* Ki trees.) * At t* P M,"via Krnamgton and Jeraey City, (8?cor<d Clasa Ticket.) At6 P.M., via Camden and Jtrie; City, (livening Mai!.) At ilk P. M., via Camden and Jeraey City,(Southorn Mail.) ^ At 5 P. M . via Cam den and Amboy, (Aooommodation, traignt and patenter, Firat Claaa Tioket.) Beoood Cia?a Ticket. The 6 P. M Mail Train rnna daily. ThelLX P. M. Mail, Saturday! excepted For Belvidere, Kaaton, La<nbertTtI|e, Flemington, Ao , at 7.10 A. M.;acd4H P- M., from KenBee ton. For Water Gap, 9trondabarf,8er*nton,Wiikeebarre. Montrose, Great Bend, Ao.. at7.10A.M., from Kensinctoa. via Delaware, Laekavanna and W*t*rn Railroad. For Maucli Chun*, Allentown and Bethiehem,at T.io A. M. and 5K P. M- from Kcnainvtnn I the 7.io A. M. It e oonneots with U? Wain leaving tutoD at 3 35 **. M. For Mount Holly at I and 8 A. M. ud I ud Of ^ For Freehold at A. M- and S P. M. For Bristol, Trentos, A a. at 7.10 A. *f-4H and 5H P. M from Kensington, and 3* P. M from Walnnt street wharf. For Palmyra Riverton, Delanoo, Beverly. B?rlineton, Fiorenneoo, Bordentown, Ac., at 18(, I, S, and 6 P M Steamer Trenton for Bordeatowa, and intermediate plaoee, at 3X P. M. from Walnut street ^lET" For New York and Way Li nee. leaving Kensington Depot, take the ears on Fifth street, above Walnut, half an hoar before deea-tare. The oars run into the depot, and on arrival of traia raa from the depot. _ , Kitty pounds of baccate only allowed to eaohpassenger Paesencers are prohibited from taking anything as baggage bat tneir wearing apparel All baggage over fifty pounds to be paid for extra. The oompany limit their reeponsibiiity for baggage to one riol ar per ponnd, and will not be tlAhl A for inv Amnnnt Wasa*) k J ? J ? ?-- vhu wuo uauurw ooiiiTftf except kr *peoiai oontrant. WM.BSAT7.MKR.AfWt. ? FOR THE I&IdHBE WEST AND SOUTH *iW mm BALT^OREJLND OHIO Ob and after Mar 16tn, 1M1, the tiuni will m? M lollow*, Ti?:?Leare Camden Station. Baltimore.?Mail. i?xo?it Snnaay.j at 6 SB A. M.; Expreaa dartj at 3. 45 r. M. Both Train* to direotJr FOR WAY PAB0EN6ER8. BKvhd Baltimore aad Piedmonttake the A. M. Train; between Piedmont and Wbeehac take Aocommodation Train, loafing Piedmont at A 40 A. M ; and between Grafton aad Parkartbarg, take Lhe 5 3t? A M Train from Baltimore. Tlie FREDERICK TRAIN l.aree Baltimore bt 4 ? P. M. and Frederick at 6JD A. M. Th- ELLlCOTTfi MILLS i RAIN leave Baltimore at 6 SB ana 9.1*A. WTand 146 and 6.40 p. M , ind Ellioott'e Mill* at7.40and 11-00 A. M .aad 3.46 1SSKaMEnMSHSfii - L. M. COLE. G?p'l TiSt Agut jjpjp R2^n$V^> wsttfiE-- ?"* lroy ?od Aibftuy (with io.i8f.rn, rt?ad*y> U l?0?tDg ok) 1".^# ? ? ewitd,) peaghkmmm t?K,i ???. ii.,u4I#m pJ*?kt?l*tt3?,4J?* m ?*F "* a?C Wki*k iwvw^eeLeetoe ??mf M. N rAI.IJ*. Pt?t ? r^- pkilamklphia. wil je&^p^k minotus ANi> bai. TIMORls RaIlRoAD. SMI NO AND S VMM Hi AhAAMJEMkHT. Ob and a/t?r IlKSDA V May lltii. Pnwiiai Dapot dailjjaxacat saatefalta fo .cwi. r;?: DaYSart tf r. iTornly. A ll trgaa Mwwiat wit* Naw York Miu u?*M *?*# r.M. tnu oa hatar. AFr?iiM Train witk >aiwiwr oar attacked Itaraaatft P. M, atoyyiac at all Station* btttMn Baltimore and H*tt? 4^-Sr?e?, Pawxitri for Dataware i*d the Raat?ra Phara of Marjlaml vtliftadUaaoataxpadittoaa roatotry .a* rt~ >o* Ufor. antfiag thaoara. W|| CKAWFOKp Altt,t GREAT CKNTHAL *OI Tt f OK BTUE WEST, r- HUDSON *jr BBtl KAlLhUAl) mJ SEW YOkK SNTHAL HAlLROAp ~f xaroaatfratea ??by? w York o ty df^oti of Ridm Hirer Itai road ly. gaarfaya azo?ytad, ' foliava: From Cham bars iu?*t From Slat at. atatioa. At 7 00 am At 7 Ma a 1100- ft 00 y m 1 -8fc ' ftBym 3.JI ? id S 56 a Montreal ?.r.d RcffftJn Tr*1a with ilNy.il ?ri, Vi? m | l#pv< ConneotiDg kt Alhaay with the New \ ?rk Cm trai Railroad f>r J*oii??ectadf. Rpoh*?t0r.l ttaa Batavia. Rom*, Md atatiooi on Rom Md W *r?town Rwlr ?4. Kuffklo. Si rMiio, Nit|?rt Fa. . 8n?per *i'n Bride*, Anbnrn.Grmn.Ca> acdaigii* Trftini in collection ieave BalTa o and ?arp ion via l.ak* Bhore, Buffalo and ak* Hh'oi a Greet We??*rn Railroad. for Hairil<on. Tor< nt Detroit, Chicago, Toedo. Milwauki*. F<?n Dc La La Croae*. Madia n Prairie Da Cuien, Ga cue Danleith, Dubuque. Peoria, Roc* I land, Maacr tine, Iowa Cttv. Bufpncton, Quinov, J*?nn?fiel<<. Alton, ?T Loai*. Caifo, Terre onat*. lr<f>anapo>|M. Loaiiville.CiDcienat-. I a?tnn. Colair but, CN*r< land, and ail poiLt* Weal, Northweat and 9oati. WMt* NORTHERN ROUTE. Connecting *m!i Tratr* at 1 rot, with Tmy k Boeton and Rent * Saratoga Road* f<>' Sara*> Whitehall. Rutland, Burlington, M AIha?.a. Roc Point, Ptattibargh, OgdeniVu gh, Montreal. Ho., to fLT Freight Arrangements b? tbi* roate aa above. without chant* of Cat a, 1io? the l??pot? in Chamber* and t anal etreeta. are at ail tiro** a? favorable a* made by oth r Railroad Ccmea? i? *. The (aoilitie* of tki* graat .New \ ork Ro?t>, ?o th* WHteommeo i it to th* cor?d*ce* of maiohania aa > *h pp*r* lor proroptneas and di*p?t?ii Paa** tiger train*, with Hmoking and f!lp*??rC Car* ron m oonn*ction on th* \?? v?rk "?? Road. For partion'ar* at to looal tratra %n<1 freitbt ar rU(Mneoti, inquire at the depot, 69 V\ arr?e ?t. A. F. BMITH. EayrmtendeM. JP*?^ U 8 GOVFRNMKNT LINK 11[ T hM r T" FORT MOSKOE AND OLD FOIST COMFOHT. Lmtn the lower and cf I NIoN DOOK.PVti m?re, weet aide, ??AILY, (Pnndara melunad.iat *h o'el* ok P M. taViu* paaaenrere ard fright, and oonneotinc with the Railroad linre. to *r;d/ orn Wathinj 'ob.D. C.. Philadelphia. New York, mton, York, Harrieburg, Pittetarr. P* , acd the Weet, immediate'* af*er ih? arrival of the Exprek* Traio from .New \o<k and Philadelphia. The following ia the Scheda.e : From New York to F?rt Monroe and back. Ill From Pht'adelpii a and riack #*?* rom Baltimore acd beck _ %6. KTPROCURE YOUR TICKETSUJi In New York.at the New Jereej Railroad Oitt font ?*f Conrtland etreet. In Phi adelphia, at the Company's e?oe. N. W. oorner of Sixth ?nd Chestnut street*. or at the Depot, Brntd ud Prime streets. la Btltimore, oa bo??l t*?e Pteamers. foot of Union Dock. HUGH OCONNER, pMWDHf An' > Oh K, IIA R J.KM AND n ALBANY RAILROAD. I,EAVii?6 NEW YORK FOR ALBANY, TROV, NORTH AND Wc.bT. PL .MM KK A RJfaA .N G KM K NT Commeneing Mal^Rj. May J7ih. 1?CI. For Abany?11:00 a. n. faat express train from S6th street. For Dover Plaire?4:0n p. m ttoppin* at Whit* Plains and stations north to Dover pains?from J6th street station (This train will ran to Millertoa every fatardar hwumj For Croten Fails? Mia. in. stopping ata'l stations n> r 14 of Kordham from 26'h street station. Por White Plains??.-?<, 4:10 aid W? p m.etoppinj at ail stations from 26th street station. For W hite Plain*??:' p. m stopping at a'l stahn.. r M l ... - . -i.. " uvaa iivin v* Ulir ?MOf? WW |V?i For Wiliisms Bridge-7JT, 11:16 p. m. atop Ding at all ratioee from TTtA street eteUoi. Returning will l?*?Aibftr j?9K*0 a. in. IMI express train. Dover P aina-5.*? a. m. (This train leavti Mil lerton everj Mocda; morning at > a. m.) Crotofi Fal:??Sm. m. White Piain?-6I". 7**> a nt. 4:'? kTMp a. William* Bridge? fcSi, i. m. A 1 rOP p. m Sunder trama will leave 4th Avenue o iraw SM strait, for Central Park. Yorkville, fiarlen aao Hicb Bridge ever* fr-w micotea. fri>ir 9h? a. an. to 7*0 p m. JOHN Bt'KCHlLl.. Aa?t bay't. .NEW YORK AN ft EJtlfc. RAILB BOAD Passenger Trains leave via Pavonia Ferry and Long ixx-k, from foot wf Cheja^era atrert, New York.as follewa, via s 7.00 a. m , EXPRK&fcfor Dank irk, and Buffalo. and annoiaai mterme- la e tat ions. 8 op a. m .MAIL, for Uarkira. and intermediate BiaUoce?This Train remains over nigbt at 1mmira, and arooeeda the next morainx 9 ?a m . MILK dail,, for OUanlle. aad inter nlnfr 11 (TamTACCOMMOIiATION. daily. for Port Jervia, and flucipa Htat.ona4 00 ?. m . WAV, for Middietown, Newburgh. and intermediate Stationa, U0 ?. m.. NlfiHT EXPRESS, dally, for D?iikirk, B ffaio, Caaatdai*ua.aod (rin^nlSUtiot,? The Train of Satarday ?t<>p. at ail Mail Train Stationa, aod rnrt or, j to Elnira Coop. m.. ACCOMMODATION Jor Horneerille, and prico.pa.. Stations CH/.S. MINOT.&?*\ Haj't. NATHAMKf, MARSli, Keo*itot. x^k.roi boston via Newport and pall river. MBMIBMB Br tke after did and aaporior t*teaiue,a METROPOLIS, EMPIRE STATE. BAY STATE, and STATliOF MAINE, of gnat tr en j tli and foed.bnt part.cularly adapted to U>e navigation of Loni irana Sound. rvcning in ooaneotion with to* Fa.i River a -d Old Colony Rail road, d.etanoe of m ili.m obij to Boetna Lea re Pur No. No'th K lver rear tfce Battery. The 8'earner EMPIRE STATE,Caft. Drayton. Mondaya. v?'e<iri??aay?, and Pndaya, at to'&oek P. M., toaahict at Newport each vai. The Steamer METROPOLIS, Capt. Brown. on Taeedaya. Thursday* and Satnrdata, at I o'oloik P. M.. tonoting at Newr.*rt eacti way. Tfeeee duaam a* fctud with onnodioue tale room*, and every arrangement for the aetaritT ind oomfort nl n*Jifnrwi wKn am k? tku roete a nights' r?? on board And on arrival at Fa. Hirer prooeed per Steamboat Trjut.reaoeini Boston early the folic vine morning : or may remain on board nntil tartinc of the Acoommoaa Hon at! A. M., by whmh they may reaok Soetor. about 8.46 A.M. A baggage maeter is attached to eaeh eteamer, who reoeivea aod ticket* the hagcage. and aooompaoiee the tame to iu destination. A eteamer rure in ooBDeetioa with thi* LIm between Fall River and Piovidenoe daily, asoept Hernia ye. Freight to Boeton i? forwarded through with great rficpateh by an Kxeree* Train, which iea**e Fall K iver evert momioc, Svmlaya ejoepin!, a: 71f o'clock for Boston aid New Bedford, arriving at ite deeunabua at about HAM For freuht or pa*cage, apply on board, or at the oftoe on Pier No. 3 North River Far ttate tooaie aad be<thk apply on hoard, or if deeirea to eeeare them inadVinoe, to VI M BORDt.N, Ag't 70 and T1 W?t >?>*^t. N V. iirr-^'Tr^r^r "aad PEOT1DKNCK. FtiH Rn*. TON?Inland Roata?Tha ahortaat' and noafdir*ot?Carry the Km tore Mwl. ? SrJS&M&N* Wil'iam*, la oonnactioo ??tta flB foei njtoc ?jut Providenoe.aa<1 Boa'onaad Pronder.ee R*> ro*J?, [ arise New York duly, Sanaa?* mcmM, from Pier No 1? Norti. R tct, at 6 o'clock f . H.., auU Groton at 130 o'oloo* P. M., or on uie vnni of Majl Train wkiok leave* Bo* ton at 6St P. M. The PLYMOUTH EucK.fr. m Naw York? Monaay, WedBMda*. and Friday. Proa ftroT?rt? Paaaaac'era from Groton poo^al far railroad to Prov.dei.oe aud BontPn. la n.e Kxpr*aaMail Tra.L. rtaohi&? ?a o p.w in advaaaa ofUmm fc? otkar ronte?,and in asipletima lor aM the Moraine Line* onneeting Nouk Mid Ca?L fuHD(?ri Utt prefer it. rtvdn ob tH?ard t,.? i>?ui'r, f djoj a ni|hU' rMt eBdiaturb??c breakflMt if deeitad, and IMT? tirutoa in th* 7 16 1. . Tr?ir., at Provideaoe vith tke 1 *' M. Train for Jfoetca. Par* fr>?m crondtcM to .Newport, Fi/tr wnta. A baccace niMter twoapuiM th* Steamer and For*PuiJ"Berth*. State Room*, or *pf j ob board tiio at*aw?r, or at too Freight ofioi, l*i*r U Nortk Jliw, or at to* (' ?* of M 0>?p?iT, No. 115 wj?t at-ret.ooraer J7*tlaad BtraST Nit York. Feh.m, \W. 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