Newspaper of Evening Star, September 20, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 20, 1861 Page 4
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f ? ~the evening star. ^ UurMt!i| tr?? Mmarfeti-Araf Opera* Hoaa la Mmaouri (From tbe New Orleans Picayune, Sept 5 J Tbe Mnbl'e Adverser baa an Interesting letter from a well known Mobtll.n, dated Memphis, 90, tbe mala portion of wblcb we copy, aa fellows: Believin* tbat tbe movements In this division f tto army, Ac , would be of Interest to most of year readers, I sbail take the liberty of writing .. von, and endeavor, so far as I am able, to lay before tbem Lbs moat important Information 1 can fatbar. ?en Plllow'a forces, thirteen thousand strong, bave advanced as Ibr as Benton, Miaaoiiri. forty ** miles from Nsw Madrid, where be will await reinforcements (J??. Jeff Thompson, with six ukiuiuu mora um, ii oeiween tseiuou ana i ommerr* and t*s erected one or two ranked batteries eommandlrg the MUstsilppl river sbive Cairo, and has already frightened 'he Lincoln gunboata Wkto aa'er quartera. and effectually impended further reconnoltnlng expeditions. Gen. McOulloeh's force*, 17,000, and H&rdee'i 8.000 ere slowly advancing to form a junction wUh Pillow and Thompson The whereabouts and strength of Got. Jackson and Gen Price 1* not positively knewn, but It la underatood thev are rapidly gaining strength, and mavaoon be expected to atrike a blow where the Hcaniana leaat expect them. The entire Confederate force now In Mtaoeri la a boat 50.(4)0, and is rapidly relnforrIm. They sre all very well armed and equipped, and 1/1 any Judge of lighting men, from the sample I have aeen, the fall term of the iieaalan races will aooo be commenced. New Madrid la well fortified, and commands the river as well a*the land. One regiment is stationed there. The finest baftev !n the \V**t has lust been erected on the head of Island No 10, twelve miles Bbave New Aladnd In low water boats are compelled to post within 2U) yards <>( the guns, and in hljfb watrr. not over -0<> yard* from them. Tberty-two and sixty-four po'?>id?*r* are mounted there The girrlym l-? rompo-Kl oj picked men, and I can as*ire you, If Dr. L. starts hit fleet down tbe river. this tort will leave rjrj little,if any, unflaiahed bus! nest for tbe fortitications below The river la now rial oft at tbe rate of one fool la twenty-four boura, and troops are coming In and being despatched by hundreds Thes'esmei H . R NV Hill carried up laat night 0UU infantry and 100 cavalry, with all the boraea and equipR>?.ita. bound for Plllow'a army. The steams Cheney baa been buay since ber capture, and ii tbe flag ahlp of the fleet t*he la quit*; tbe tleeteal boat, and takes the lead both w^ya The Confederate gunboat Jackson had left thia city yesterday, bound up. A large number of heavy guna have arrived bete from Richmond, and been distributed among tbe fortifications above. Some twe hundred men, boys, and girls, are daily engaged la tb# manufacture of cartridges and fixed am nunltio^ for all description*of firearms and cannon Six hundred thousand cartridge* for rifle, muskel and minte musket, were put up and shipped ur tbe river during tbe \pat week, and still the wori goes on CJ" Ro" Winane, of Baltimore, now held ai Jriaoner at Fortress Monroe, la a native of New eraey. He was bom at Vernon. Sussex county In that state, near the cloae of tbe laat century Hla father waa a hotel-keeper, and was able U five Hit ton no other education than that affordec y a common school The mechanical talen which has made the fortune of Rom Wlnan? wn. displayed In his early years. One of hia llrit pro tects was a coutflvance to carry canal boats up at inclined plane, &?d he endeavored to procure I!i adoption by the Morris Cinal Company of Nev Jersey. The plan, however, was rejerted Hi baa been for many years engaged In railroad en terprls*s and the construction of locomotives ii Baltimore. He and his sors realized a handsomt fortune by their contract with the K ussian govern meat for the construction of tbe raiiruad from St Petersburg to Moacow. A brother of Mr. Wlnffiu tow resides at Vernon, New Jersey. OCEANS TEAMERS* 5/1 LI NO DA Yt f?o* tu u?itbb statis. Surmtrs im?*. For. D*vi. C.of Baltimore. ..New York..Liverpool.. Sept21 Hemmoui* New York.. .Hamburg, .septal A lno.i Mew York Liverpool . >ep<Si Kangaroo.^?_ New York. ..Liverpool.. $ept?i New V ork . .New York... Krerneh tVpt Z . Earop* Boston Liverpool....Oot 5 Greet Eastern Now Yorn_.<.iverpoul ..Oot I Ser??? .New York.?Liverpool.-..Oct * utc&re...^-.... .Boston. ,... Liverpool... .Octl* 4lM .New Vork ^ T.ivnr&noi li/??9s Bremen New York ? Bremen? Octa From El-ropb faropa. Liverpool Boston. Sept 1 rMt Eastern.. .Liverpool.... N 3w York,. Sept 1' ft%? onia. .. toath'plon.. New York...Sept 11 ifersis. ?^-Liverpool New York . 9 ptH ^itoo HoatVpton.?New York...he,t 18 Niagara Liverpool Boston __ Sept 81 si* . .Liverpool....New York ..Sept 38 Brtauc. _SouthrpU>n...New York.._Oot 3 The California mail steamers leave New York ob ths 1st, Utta, and 31st of every month. H : OH !??o to the People's Clothing Store, No. 4hO Seventh street, opposite Pout Office, and examine uiat new stock ?f FALL. CLUTH INS, iJt'NKs. H ATS and CAPS, all for sale at the lowest New York prioes. aui>>-lm W BOYS' CLOTHING. K Have received witnin the last day or two-a large assortment of BOYS' SPRING CLOTH iNtt, embracing all atvlea of low-prioed, medium, aol fine qualities, wnioh we are sailing a t very low pnoee for oaah. WALL, STEPHENS A CO., SStf Pa. av., between 9th and 10th at*. tn 33 (Iptafluwnoer and ttepnh'naan.' GIBBS' HAIR STORE, No. W44 Pa. av., bkt. 13th a?t> 13th sra. eBRtVBiEKY. tc. BRAIDS.Cl'RLS WIGS HALF WIGS. FR1ZETTES, Ao. A lali stool always on had, or niade to order at the ?hortesl aetioe. Hair Work repaired or exotianged. N. B.?Lafliee' Hair Dyed in the niost na'ura sanner. m? 38 fcm Ywood and coal. OU Will surely got your money's worth bj sail ir.e at the PI ON R fc. B MH.i.? m*r 9/ Stvtnlk Uriel and Canal, (6EO. J*A6K AiMt.) They ?e?! cheaper and jive better measurt than any other* in theeity?oat, eaiit, aod delivered free ot charge. II you don 11 oiieve , 1? the Pioceer Mula a tri*., a&d besafa??ed. t|r.r POTIIOIB! POTATOES! 30,D00 bnahela rrima Western Meroera will N eld thia oraaon a*. No. ? Pennsylvania av.. cornei of Beeped at. Firat oar load arrival to day. Viva aa a trial, atd we aAall (iva yonaatialao ttm. Ohio, Indiana aad Kentucky money, m goo< atacdng. taken at par. aa ? tf J. W. STEELE A CO. T CARRIAGES. HE Snbeonber having made addition# to hit fkotory, making it now one oi the lirKeit^auif. ut tke Diatrict, wuere hia faoi.itie?YggaBfi>: for manufacturing CARRIAGES an< *5^*^ LIGHT WaGONS otall kiDud ea-jnet be aur paaaed, acd from nn lone experience in ?lie haai neaa, be hopes to (iva general sai-klac-tion. Ai. kinds u/ Carriagee and Light VYagona key on hand AU REPAIRS neatly done, and all o.-den promptly attend*) to. Seoond band Carriagea taken in exciiapge foi new on.a. ANDREW J. JOYtte, 4 H tf onrrPr of Fowteenth ami F. ?rr. /%*\ AT THE Ol.D PAWN OFKiCt, /ON IW1 C Sntn, 9 W B?tk af tkt i?at onal Hottl. 9 ( Mi at lib* al advance# mad > on bold and ilvei Watches. Diamon a, Jewe ry. Silver wn loch inx, Piatola, and all kinda of Meiehandue. Uun' MM atriotiy confidential. ISAAC HEKZBKRG, .lit C street, aa l-?m Beta sen 4* anil 6th iU A RMY SUPPLIES. /X JHftT Rrretv e n_ 4*) cant BAl'SAliK MfcAT, S?>cana PRE^H TOMATOE8. ?ou> PRE8U VEA1., SbOcana BEEF.a la mcie, J4?cw K0A8T BK>_k, Moaaa KRK3H MUTTON,MOoana KKEPand GKAVY, ^SD ^.I^EN^^ESIjicated VEGB For Fm?o t Ik L1 a ou llvaLLbi m% Cwiw I aod Httawata atreaa. f riflON PAPER AND EN VELOPES-Tven U tydifarait SftM of Now and Latter Paper, ^vfews q! V^Merngvontn tha form of a Rom, aac form; alaa, aaparate L)*ij atd W aek.r Papara aoa*taatlr 01 ?ra;d, Timea,and Tribune rooeivadeverj o'oloak. from ail part* of the aoaatry. a Dine not?1? au'i hon* Booka. aupply of Booka for aamnaar reading, A ar|? wortaHt of JaT*u)?p-Maru Reid'i Boji*. Kuiio Booka, Aboou'a Hiatoriee. Ae. A diaaoHOlol le to S> e*?r oent. oc all bound Dooki FRENUH A RICH^TEIN, naa M National H?oka mre. <T* Pa. av. K?KW BMITH'tf. No. 4S0 Seventh at., oppoeite Poai odo* aa as-lro Havf jBSKSAJflSSR^r Mr,Colored iiurden. raied and jlain, w-tfh Kb elopea to satoll Alao, h la* Pa???r of all kind* witn ud without Mottoes; BVMmpee to matcn. PiriM and pook* Book* oi etery deecrijtioo 'JW'ClfWr SSfSirW; P?m fron ?arteoft KICB9TE1N. m* a ffi Phi. P. WEST END HO DA FOUNT IC wwsfisrnEsassss to?a^ae ?to?k of Medicine, ha haa I itBaat of Toilet Artiolee. lb* Ci^ara "A"?" "?p * ????????? AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH* AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH! AWFUL SACRIFICES! DISEASE! DEATH' Awful Saorifioet: Dieeaee! DmU ! Awfal SianficM ! Disease ! Death ! Awfnl Saorifioet' Ditt??e! De?th! Aw'nl SMrtftoM! Dneue! Death! Awful Sacrifiooa! Dimu! Death! Awful Sacrifice?: Disease! Death! 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 OF THE DISEASE ! STRIKE AT THE ROOT OF THE DISEASE! STRIKE AT THE ROOT OF THE DISEASE! Strike at the Root of the Diaeaae! Strike at the Root of the Diaetae! Strike at the Root of the Diaeve! Strike at the Root of the Diaeaae! Strike at the Root of the Diaeaaa' Stnks at the Root if the Dieeaae! CONSUMPTION, INSANITY, EPILEPTIC FITS, Gtf AVEL, DROPSY. LANGOUR, NERVOUSNESS. CONSUMPTION. GRAVEL, INSANITY, DROPSY, , EPILEPTIC FITS. LANGOUR, NERVOU8N' ESS, Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Pits, Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Fits, Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Fits, i Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Fits, Consumption, Insanity. Evilevtic Fits. ? # ? f ' Consumption, Insanity, Epileptic Fits, 6ravel. Dropsy, Langour, Nervousness, Grave), Dropsy, Langour, Nervousness, Gravel, Drops*, I angour, Nervousness, ' Gravel, Dropsy, Langour, Nervousness, Gravel, Dropsy, Langour, Nervousness, Gravel, Dropsy, Langour, Nervousness, r Universal Lassitude of the Mutoular System, ' Universal Lassitude of the Musoular System, Universal Lassitude of the Museular System, Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System, ? Universal Lassitude of the Musoular System, Universal Lassitude of the Musoular System, ' Dimness of Vision, Impotenoy and Insanity, Dimness of Vision, Impotenoy and lnsanit*. Dimness ol Vision, Impotenoy and Insanity, t Dimness of Vision, lmporeioy and Inssnity, > Dimness of Vision, Impotensy and Insanity, 1 Dimness of Vision, Impotenoy and Insanity, THOUSANDS OF THE YOU NO i THOUSANDS OF THE YOU NO THOUSANDS OF THE YOUNG THOUSANDS OF THE YOUNG , TLfnrc J wno n r ?rrr r vn rr?r/i , 4itvvuaiii/0 vr a n Ca iisi/iViw THOUSASDS OF THE YOUNG Ol both aexes die annually of theal?ove D[MUN( earned by tbu*e of the GENERATIVE ORGANS, GENERATIVE ORGANS, GENERATIVE ORGANS, GENERATIVE ORGANS, GENERATIVE ORGANS, GENERATIVE ORGANS, and from disease* arising fro.n * Habiti of Dissipation." L'lse^aes of these organs require the aid of a Diuretio. HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLD\S EXTRACT BUCHU I HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU | HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU t HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU I HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU J HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU ! HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU ' HELMBOi D'S EXTRACT BUCHU r HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU | HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU ( Is* THE GREAT DIURETIC IS THE GREAT DIURETIC IS THE GREAT DIURETIC IS THE GREAT DIURETIC IS THE GREAT DIURETIC i IS THE GREAT DIURETIC ana a positive &ud specific) remedy for diseases of the BLADDER. KIDNEYS, t GRAVEL, DROPSY, ORGANIC WEAKNESS, ABU8E, Syphilit c and Venereal Diseases, | FEMALE COMPLAINTS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, and all Diseases of the Generativa Ori&ni, whether existing in t YOUNG OR OLD, YOUNG OR OLD, YOUNG OR OLD. YOUNG OR OLD, YOUNG OR OLD, YOUNG OR OLD. YOUNG OR OLD, YOUNG OR OLD, , vniTNn ne r>: n vnn?o od /-? n W VXV w?% v 11?'J A l/wnv VIV VFiil/) YOUNG OR OLD. YOUNG OR OLD. ; AMLf: 0? FEMALE, MALE OR FEMALE, MALE OR FEMALE, MALE OR FEMALE, MALE OR FEMALE, > MALE OR FEMALE, ' From whatever cau?eorigin&tir g, a>d no matter o! HOW LONG STANDING, I HOW LONG STANDING. HOW LONG STANDING. HOW LONG STANDING. , HOW LONG STANDING, , HOW LONG STANDING, i UELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUC11U HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHV HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHV 1 UELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHV ? UELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU r HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BUCHU UELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU UELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU n HKT.MnOT.TVS FTTH Ant nrrniTTj w w -?^ ~ V/ A X/ V/ v/ 11 17 r HELMBOLDS EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLDS EXTRACT BUCHU HELMBOLDS EXTRACT BUCHU la pleasant in ita taate and odor, immediate in iti action, free from all "injurious properties," and ii takou without "hindranoe" from "buaineaa."; Lit ! or No Change in Diet. Little or No Change in Diet. Little or No Chance in Diet. Little or No Change in Diet. LiUla or No Chance in Diet. Little or No Change in Diet. Cnree at "Little Expenao" and "No Expoeure." Cnrea at "Little Expenae" and "No Bxpoanre." Cnrea at "Little Expenae" and "No Expoaure." Cnrea at "Little Expenae" and "No Exp~rare." Csree at M Little Expenie" and "No Exponre." j Curea at "Little Expenae" and "No Expoaure." i If you are Buffering eend, or oall for the remedy ' at ono?. Explioit directions aooompany. Prioa ft per bottle, or aix for 05, delivered to any addreea. "PHYSICIANS" PL EASE " NOTICE,H 1 WB UAKM "HO BBCBBT" OF "I5QBBDIBHTS." i HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU >aoompoeed of Bncha.Cnbebeand Juniper Berriea, aeleoted with great oare bra oornpeteat drufgiat. PRKPABVn rv IT tr>trr\ m . mm mm ? mm mm ??m-r *. *W r AV' V BY U. T. HELMBOLD, ' Prao'ioal and Analytic*! Chomtat. and Sola Mao nfac.orer of . HEDMBOLD'SGENUINE PREPARATIONS EXTRACT BUCHU, EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA, IMPROVED WASH OF ROSES. Sold 10 Waahiiftoa by S. B. Waits,Z. D. Gilmas, Jobs Wilst, 8. C. Fosd, 8. B. Lstwistli Kiowsll 4 Lavssnci,*toa and Gaorca| town, and all Drmggiata everywhere. HELMBOLCS MEDICAL DEPOT, Jfa. 104 South Ttntk Strut, Maw Ckttmmt, ' Philadilphu. Phyalcian In attendaooe from > a. m. to p i*. Dlraot lattara HELM BOLD'S MEDICAL DE | POf, ! ? BnUTmU atmt, ktlo* CkMavt. f Daaoriba ymplomi is a'l comronnlcatiooa. IpyidtM* fratia. Q^OtfHOauwMti M 4f 7 "They * rlfkt to the Bpmt." INSTANT RELIEF ?TOP \UUR OOUOU PURIFY TOUR BR2ATH STRENGTHEN TOUR. VOICE! SALDINO'S THROAT CONFECTIONS, GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN, GOOD FOR LECTURER*, /i/\An nnB nrrBf W Att GOOD FOR' SINGMR8, GOOD FOR CONS UMPTTTES. ? GENTLEMEN CARRY' SPALDING'S THIpXt CONFECTIONS. LADIKS ARE DELI9HTED WITH SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS. CHILDREN CRY FOR SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS. They relieve a Cough instantly. They olear the Throat They tive etrenjth and volume to th? roioe. They impart a delioioua aroma to the breath. They aredelightfai to the taate. They are mad* of limple her be and oannot harm any 000. I advise every one who bu a Coach or a Husky Voio?, or a Bad Breath, or any Aifltoulty of the Throat, to get a package of my Threat ConfeotioDB. They will relieve you instantly, and yon will agree with me that "they go rivht to the if of Yon will find them very naefal and pleasant while traveling or attending pubiio meetings, for atilling your Cough or allay in* your thirst. It you try one package I am rafe in aaying that you will ever af terwarda contider them indispensible. You will find them at the Druggiata and Dealers ia Medioknea PRICE TWENTY FIVE CENTS. My aignature ia on each package. All othera are counterfeit. A Package will be aent by mail, prepaid, on re oeipt of t hirty Cents. Address, HENRY C. SPALDING, No.48 CEDAR 8TREET, NEW YORK. NervousHeadacha Headache. Bi the aae ot theme Pllla the periodic attaoki o Ntrvoui or Sick H**d*ch* may be prevented; and | iron al ?* "* """ * . a. Miv uuuiiucuuauiOUl ot U UVKI ltnmO ataie relief from pa;n and aiokneea will be obtained. They seldom foil in removing the iViMM and Hsadaci* to whioh femalea are eo rabjeot. They lot gentlj upon the bowel*?ranoviag Cos liMMII. For Littrmn Mm, Stmdmtt, Delioate Females, and all peraona of smUnfrw habits, they are valuable m a Laxativ, improving the nrrotito, giving torn* and vigor to tbe digeative organs, and re torlog the natural elaaticity and atrength of tbe whole ay*t?rn. Tbe CEPHALIC PILLS are the renlt of long investigation and oarefally oondaoted experiments, having been in nae many yeara. dnrinv whi?h Mm? pio*?uM>u ana relieved a vut amount of pain and suffering rom Headache, whether originating in the??rt>ow< ayatem or from a deranged atate of the stomach. They are entirely vegetable in their oompoeitlon, and may be taken at all times with perfect safety without making any ohange of diet, and tk* abs?ncs of any disagrtoablo tastt rmdtrt it miy la s^MMiiltr tktm to children. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! The genome have five aignatnrea of Henry C. Spalding on eaoh Box. Sold by Drngglata and all other Dealers la Medi inee. A Box will be aent by mall prepaid oa reeetpte th* PRICE, Sf CENTS. At! erdere aUoald be addreaaed to HENRY C. 8PALDIN*. 46 Cioxs Btkbit. Niw You. From Ikt Exomimtr, Norfolk, Tm. Ceehalio fills aooomflish the object for which they were mad*, tis: Ours of headache la all its form*. From tkt Bmrnmimor, Norfolk, Tm, They hare boon tested in mora than a theaaaod saee*. with entire snooess. f From tkt Domocrmt, Ki. Cloud, Mimm. If yon are, or have been troubled w ith the b?ad Aohe. send for a box, ( Pills ,) so that yoa may have them in oase o! an>ttaok. From tkt Wtttom R, R. Omuottt, Ckiomto, III, We heartily endorse Mr. Spalding, a&4 kis Unrailed Cephalio Pills. from tkt Soutkom Potk Pindor, Norm Or limn, Lm, Try them ! you that are affliotad, and we are sirs that yonr testimony ean be added to the alrtadr numerous list that has received benefit* that no other raediome can produce. KVms fis fC n- ? Mr. SpaTtlinc would not oonneot hla uk Witt en article ha did not hunt to poaaaaa real merit. From tki Adorrtittr, Prmidmtt, JL I. The Ceplialio Pills are eaid to be a remarkably effective remedy for the headache, and one of the very best for that rery frequent eomplaint which has ever been disooTored. Fromtkt 8t. Lowit Dinarai. Th?> immenaa demand for tka art lata (Oe?halle 1 Pillaj la rapidly inorsasinf. From lis Km**wk* Talis* Btmr, Emmmka, fa. W e are anra that persons suffering with tha head aoha, who try them, will stiok to taaa. From tk* Adoortistr, Frioiimtt, ft. J. Tha testimorr in their frror is strong, tram fee moat reepeotab'e auartere. From tkt Doily JVswt, ffnofort, ft. /, Cephalic Pilla are taking the flaoa of all kinda. from tkt Oomwurtiml BuUitin, Boston, Nut Said to be very ettoaoioas for tha headache. From tko Commercial, Cimtmuati, Ohio. Buffering humanity oan now be relieved. * A single bottle of Spalding's Prepared Glue will sare ten times ita ooat anaaally. SPALDING'S PREPARED OLUB! ? Washington look hospital. r|R. 8BUMA.N an ahwimmw oMti I" years, established tM above rtfii* "OB OMkery, self-let* led Indira or 6trmu doctor*, ud pretenders of witofcoraft and impostor* ta inThis la the only plaoe whore a nn ud speedy ear* oan be obtained in the world for all improper and eril habits, gonorrhm, gleet, seminal weakness, syphilids, primary secondary. and tertiary, erganio weakness, yam* in the loins, strictures, general debility, prostration, nervousness, restless nights. palpitation of the heart, ringing in the ears, loss of memory, oonfusion.rnelaachofT, atfectioni of the head, throat, noee, and skin, and all those peculiar disorders arising from the indiscretion ol yonth, rendering them ult for either bssinees, study, society| or marriace. Dr. 8. has the greatest remedies la the kaown world for diseases of the blood, gonorrhm. gleet, trintnrtta .VMIfi. I ? ? ? Jto. There"l?r DO MM IB w^hThiylw "to*oore in from > to data. Viotimi of theaa horrible oomp.&inta, who woald wish to b? valuable me& and ornaments to soeiety. abosld embrace the earliest opportanity for relief. Dr. Shaman I>h made the moat oompiete arranjementa for th* comfort of hie patienta who oome from a diatanoe. 'i'hey will be fnrniahed with the moat pleasant and aireeable quarter*, neoeaasry diet, and made aa comfortable aa they would be at a firat olaaa hotel at leas than half the ?oat. Do not forest the name and namber. Or. Shaman's ottos is an the oorner of Sixth street and Pennsylvania aranne. Clarendon Hotel, opposite the National Hotel, Washington, I). C. Persons at a diatanoe should enclose stamp for ratarn postage. Oftoe hours, 9 A. M. to 10 P.M. Varioaa parties have been entioed from my insbtatios by oertain swmdlera on back atreets in this oity, who will rae it till the day of their death. A word to the wia? ia sufficient. as 9 #Cmr* Court, Cold, Hoartauti, JnAuonza. any irrttauon er Sorr Mii af th* Throat, Riluv* tht Hnckwf Couth in Consumption. Bronchitis, Athmo, t Catarrh, Cl*ar and ?te? itrongth to tk voiet of PUBLIC SPEAKERS a.ND SINGERS. Few are aware of the importance of oheckinc a Wonch or "Common Cold'' in .u first tics; that which in the begining wouiii yield to & mila remedy, if neglected, euonattaokathe Lonea. " Brown't Brontkwl Trotkts," oontaim-ng demulcent ingredienta, allay Paimonary and Bronchial Irritation. " That trouWe tn ray Throat, (for BROWN'S which the "TVochtt" area apeoifio) havinr made me often a mere whtaTROCHES perer.* N. P. WILLIS. BROWN'S M I reoommend their aae to Paine bkuww s gnm,,,.. TROCHES REV. E. H. CHAPIN. "Great aervicein aubtluiug Uoabsi BROWN'S kiii." REV. DANIEL WISE. wnnnnw-H "Almoat inatant relief in the dia treeain* labor of breathing peculiar rrdwn's to Asthxa." * a REV. A. C. ES8LESTON. TROCHES "Contain no Opium or anything injnnoua." DR.A. A HAvK?, BROWN'S Cktmiit, Boston, MOCHB8 ^ SSS.lttST" BROWN'S ?? 4- F- BlflKLr^ tmrnea ** Ueneftoial in Bsoncbitib."

1 * DR. J. F. W. LANE, RROWN'S B*t ten ** I have proved them exoellent for TROCHES Wmoopine Comh." REV. H. W. WARREN. BROWN'S Bottom, " Beneficial when compelled te TROCHES apeak, suffering, from Cold. *EV- 8- * P- ANDERSON. BROWN'S 51. Limit. TROCHES " E??bct?*L l_0 reraoTinj. Hoarae n^Bv irnj*woc ui inn i nroai, BROWN'? common with SriAini and 8iniTROCHES Pr?f" M'8TACYLJ??^??*V,If^? BROWN'S T?ohero^Mn mo, Southern TROCHES "Great benefit when taken before and after preaching, ae they prevent BROWN'S Ho*r?ene??. From their paet effect, 1 think they triil be of permanent ad* TROCHES vana*e to me. REV. K. ROWLEY, A. M. BROWN'S President of Athene College, Tenn. VRbCHEh fTT'Sold by all Iirutneu at TWENTY FIVE CENTS A BOX.^U ?i 1-Iy toy FOR THE SICE AND BVFFFJUISC J LET AUL WHO AHB AFTL1CTMD A 7 P.? T tor MB JO JO S iJV HEALTH. Friend, da yea enter? Ara j?? the victim ifu) althaea tanieroas ailmm.ta wluoh from imparity of the bitKHi.' Waatare th?\y, do jot ukt Rather ask. what ar* tcey not? '/he bJooti : the 3area af life ar-l health, and it js tha first element oar beiDf to respond to aor oaase which afleota the eyatam, a* Uie palse Infallibly att?eta. The ever prevti'.ir>g Nmr&lf la, tae irnta?;r>i ilfyeipala.*,the eabtle Sorofa a, the acomxint Rheumatism, Nervoaa DebiiitT. Jj??jrep?i*, Li rar Complaint withita torpor and de>c;ion, a Ed tna nambarlaaa lila that dean la heir to.aeriTe thei' hideous orirm f.-o.n the blood. Deal kin?Ny taen and gently wita the blood. Use the TitailaiLc reaoaroaa of natare for its aid, and safer ca tc commend to roar oonftdenoe and an that Vralr ralmable medioament known aa mks. m. oors in VI An rAnAijiii.A UCVOOTION. With regard to thla almoet infallible aaeaifia poaalar sentiment naa spoken in d&oided term* ana the evidences of thia treat eftoaoy are aaitaic?d by oonatant arowa-a of aarative electa and the happiest results from ita aae are after all other remedies and the beat medioal akill have failed. Let aa say, in oouolaaion, that certificatsa aarea are not Bought from the illiterate and super ftoial, bat they are voittntoe'od from the niostraapeotable aoaroea and )aatify the highest terma is whioh it la possible to commend ao valuable a aaeciSo to pablio approval. We may add also that tna curative proporueaofthamedioina are equalled only by 1U reatorative effeota. the system recovering from disease with renewed constitutional vigor. For sale bv all respectable Drugciata in thia eity, and by the proprietor, MRS. M. COX, Mona genuine aniaaa her name is blown an the *ott f ana her seal on the cork ITI* Prioe 11 per bottle, aix bottles for f I. WhoUfl* Atmt. R. 8. T. C1SSKL, Drags let Georgetown. D C.. Wholesale Agent for the Dlatrict, and will asp ply the trade at my prioe*. a.a rpHE ALL-SUFFICIENT THREE. TRIE8EMAR, 1.1 ud ?-Protected by Royal Kttera Patent of England, and secured by the Us of th? Eoo.e de Fnarinaoie de Paris, and the Imperial College of Medioine, Vienna. No. 1 is inraiuable lor exhaastion and natorrhea, and all physical disabilities. No. J completely eradicates all traoee ef thoss diseases that have been hitherto treated by the nauseous and pornioioaa nse of oopaiva and oabebs. No. 3 has entirely supplanted the injurious sse el mercury, thereby insurine to the sufferer speedy relief, dispersing all imparities, and rooting 01 Ike venom of disease. TR1E4EMAK, Nos. 1,1 and I, are prepared in Ike form of a loienge. devoid of taste awl smell, and oan be oarned in (he waistooat pooket. boid in tin oasM. and divided into separate doses, as ad ministered by Velpeaa, La.lemanl, Roux. Rioora Ao. Prios #3 eaoh, or ronr oases for 99, whioh Rves IS; and in (27 cases, whereby there is a sarr of 99. To be had, wholesale and retail, of Dr BARROW, of 194 pieeoker street. New York, immediately on reoei vmg a remittance, Dr. Barrow will forward the 'friesemar to any part of the world, s*ourely packed, and addresseo according to the ia trnotions of the writer. The Book, of all others, that should be read by men with danmed and broken down constitution* is "Human Frailty, or Phrsiologioal Reeearohes." a is beautifully illustrated, and treats tnntely ol 1 the sympioms that invariably develop themselves, sooner or later, resulting from the frailties and vitiating habits of earlt/09th, incapacitating the victim troro soaring the fruition ox tno matri rconial state, and. if not checked in time, degenerating all the functions of manhood. an4 bringing him, step by step, to a lingering and untimely death. Bold by Dr. hak ROW, 1V4 Bloecker atreet, fom doors below Maodongai, New York. Prioe Si oenta. Sent free every where. Sold a!ao by 8, C. Pora, Jr., Dnig Store, WuhiDtVoq. D. C. de?-?m U NEW BOOKS. tllSTORY of the United Netherlande, by John Lothrop Motley ; 2 vola.; free b? mail, ML The Riae of the Dutch Key ubiie. a niatory. by John Lothrop Motley; J to e cioth; free by mail, Silaa Marner, the Weaver of Raveiol, by the author of "Adam Bede oloth 7SJoenta ; paper * ??Li?e and Career of M*|or Andre, by Wintrop Sergeant; |li?. Alter loeberga with a Painter,* Summer Voyage to Labrador and Newfoundland; by Rev Lou a L Nob* i#l.M The Manufooture of Photogenio or Hydro-C?rbon Oila. by Thomaa AnUaell, M. D.; #1.75. ay of the above free by mail. FRENCH * RICHBTE1N, ap M 9T? Penn*. arenae. QUNBOaTS to* th? WESTERN R1YERB, QTiimxiiTn Sranu'a Omen. I Wa*kin*t<m, Jim* IT, 1861. { PaoroaiLs ar* iavited for oonatruotinc Gunbosta upon the Western river a SpeoiaoatioDa will be immediately prepared and may be examined at the Qu%rterma*ter'e Uftoe at Cinoinnati. Pifabnrgh, and at thia ofioe. Propoeala from boat-buil era and *ngin+-b*ild er? alone will be oonaidered. TRAVELLERS' DIBBOTOBY. | |JNrrU> 8TATKB MILITARY KUITTB. ffllWSBKW SPECIAL NOTICE TO TRAVELERS. CHANQB~~OF H0UM8. On and after Monday, August 19(A, 1861, nuiMn TXAint will *vr as roLLowt i LEAVE WASHINGTON kt I udlDL*. 130 And 5 ?5 f. m.. Arnrinc At B&Jtimor* At 7At IX i Mo A. m. AQO iiKMd 7J0 ?. BL LEAVE BALTIMORE At UDAadMO a. m.ud t.45 And 6 f n , Amria* At WAAklactoa AtlAM i 10J6 a. m. AodAtSSo AadT?6j?. m. Pam?dj ?r Trnin* leAriot WAahinrtoA At T? a. m. Afld 2.4' f. m.,And BAltimor* At ?0 A- m And MS ?.a. mAkA direct obaaxIodi kit AnnApoli* At th? Jo notion. Tnuni 1?at? AnnAfoIu for Bnltiaor* ADd WAd inf ton At Ul a. m. And S p. m. PA*?mner TrAin? Isatihi Wnnkinctoa At ? Aod All artiolee of freight (not ooatrabaad of war) wili be transported OT?r the lis*. Touui Traiae will leare Baltimore at 4 30 a. m. Leare Washington at 7 p.m. Br order of the Secretary of War; THOMAS A. SCOTT, General Manager. THOMAS H. CANFIELD. Aeeietant Manager. an 17-tf SPECIAL NOTl. E. "* S USD AT TRAIN. On and after SUNDAY, ?fth July, there will be but one ?nnday daily train? Leave WASHINGTON at2?p. m. for NEW YOR K and PHILADELPHIA. From New Yor* and Philadelphia, arnTing In Washing ton at 610 a. m. J.A.SCOTT, jy 27 General Manager. _ _rrm* steam weekly between NKW YORK AND LIVERPOOL. Lauding and embarking paaeeegtra at Queenatown, Ireland. The Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia cuoaiiiimp vorapanr intend diapatohioc their ftt i powered Clyd?-built iron Steamship* m folio wa: GLASGOW Satariar, Ai(U?t 3d. CITY OP BALTIMORE, M " IHh. KANGAROO. " M nth. And every Saturday, at boob, from Pier 44, North rirer. First Cabin _._tV Do. to LondQB..... ? M Do. toParie...i Hi Do. to Hamburg-^- 86 Bteera?e ? lfo. to Lrondun .. 34 IK). to ? s* , Do. to Humbnrf 96 PaaeeDaera forwaried to Havre. Breroao. Rotterdam, Antwerp, 4.0 , at rednoed throneh larea. Heraona wiahinf to brine ovt tbeir maoda oaa bay ticket* at low ratea. or further information apply at the Captama Office. JOHN G. DaL . Acent, 1* Broadway. N. Y., Or toQ. A. HERRING, Aiiama Expreea Baltimore. TRAINS NORTH. MAIL at 8 15 A.M. ? EXPRESS atSJO P.M. HARR1SBURU ACCOMMODATION at P. M ? . ? The S.16 A. M. tram oonceots at Relay Hoaee with trains on the Western Maryland Railroad; at Hanover Jurotion with Hanoverand Gett*barg S?|jrn>4?! ? Vo.fc ail road; at Harr shur* ?ith Pennsylvania Rai road for ail parts of the West, also with Lebannon Valley Railroad lo A<?# Yorkd\r*tt; at Northum berland with L and B. Railroad for Kincstonaad ali parts of Wyoonun* Valley .and at#anoury with the Philadelphia andErie Railroad lor all parts Northern Pennsylvania and New York. The 3.*) P. M train makes aH the above oonneotinns except Hanover Raitnad, Wrifhtsville Railroad and the Lebannon Valley Railroad. TiieS P. M train makes eonn -ctions with Penn n vsdii Railrtadfor all parts of tha west, and direct oonnects for New York. TRAINS ARR1VB. Mail at 610 P M.; Express at 7 45 A. M.; Harrisborn Aocommodation at 3.43 P. M. For Tiokets and Information in*aire at the Tioket Omoe, Calvert Station, Baltimore. J. C. CLARK, Snp't LEAVE PHILADELPHIA SftgBIHB FOK NEW YORK. The Camden and Am toy and Philadelphia and Tren'on Rmilrn?/I rnmMn.u1 I " * DEI PHIA to NK%V S'dKK AND \VAY PLACi-P.from WALNUT STREET WHARF AND KENSINGTON DEPOT, willleave as lot lows: At 6 A. M i vi? Camden and Am boy, (C. and A. Accommodation.) Ate A. M , vi* Camden ud Jersey City. (N.J. Aooommodation.) At 8 A. M., via Camden and Jersey City, (Morn ir g Mail.) _ . _ At 11H A. M , Tia Kensington and Jersey City, (Western Express.) . At liH P. M., Tia Camden and Amboy,( Aooonu&edatipn.) At 2 r M., ria Camden and Amboy,(G. and A. Express.) At M P M., Tia Kensington and Jersey City, (Evening Express.) At M P M , Tia Kensington and Jersey City, (Second Class Ticket.) At6 P. M.. via Camden and Jersey City, (Evening Mail.) AtlIM P. M., na Camden and Jersey City,(8oathern Mail.) At 6 P.M., Tia Camden and Archoy.rAcoommodation, freight aud passenger, Firrt Class Tiekat.) Second Class Ticket. The e f. M Mail Train rans daily. The Ujtf PM. Mail, Batardays excepted For Belvidere, Easton, La-nbertvilla, Flemingten. Ao? at 7.10 A. M.; ana >? P. M? from KenKm?* Water Gap, Strondsborg, Seranton.Wilkesbarre. Montr jse, Great Bead, Ao., at 7.10 A.M., from Kensington, Tia Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad. For Mauoh Chunk, Allentown and Bethlehem At t.H A M ?..H *ur O U r m -? - ?? nvifi B"uaiii(uiG aepoi; the7.10 A. M u 0 ooolDMU with the train leaving hutOD at336 P. M. For Mount Holly at I ud I A. M. ud S and 4K P IM For Freehold at I A. M and 9 P. M. For Brntol, Trenton, A?,. at 7.10 A. M.W and 5X P. M. from Kensington, and X* P. M from Walnut street wharf. For Palmyra Riverton, Deianoo, Beverly. Bur1 lineton, F.orenneoo, Bordectowc, Ao., at 12*, I, S, ?k and 6 P. M8teamsr Trenton for Bordeotown. arid intermediate placea, at 3H P. M. from walnut street \?T For New York and Wav Liana. leaving 1 KausiDjttoE Depot. take the eare on Pifth *treet, above walnat, bnif an hour before departure The oar* run into the depot, and on arrival of train ran from the depot. Fifty pound* of baggage only allowed to*ach paaeenger. Paaaengereare prohibited f^om taking anything as baggage bat their wee-tag upper*!. All backage over ffty pound* to bo eaid for extra. The oompany limit their reapon*>fality for baccate to one aoJ ar per ponnd, and will not be liable Tor any amount beyond one hundred dollar a, 0AT2?K?. A,-t w yIt a .vi? fo u t h W ^1 IW BALTlMORR and nhin railroad. On ud after Mm WU. MM, th# w?m m follow* Yi*:-L?n?? C*inde? StaUo*, BatiFOR WAY PASSENGERS. t M B*(ymu Baltimore u>l.Pl^I^.LhtA*J"a*" Train: b*tvMi Piedmont and Wdmubi take A.?; M?inmodntian Train, Piedmont at ft. 40 A. M.;and between Grafton and Parknrabarg ,tak? ^Th*FR&EKICK?"BaM?om *Th? E LLi CO A" '8 eMClL L 8'IB A * 'tear. Bal2SI'mwM5,ti j L. M. CO L^^nnMinSESlAgMC ! MHWMNK A ad WEST, Trains lnav?: Em Chant* ?i. N.Y^Froa ink atraat ?rMO and 11 a. m.,h,?.uJI6 a. m.. and IAS _and S,3U and b ? m. 1 *-** > ? Troy M* (Witb Ujifir m , in Pott?tkkMMi? tr*in?, a |J?4. u.,Md IM + U I P&eklfl'trSn, 44* # m iS p *. M('?h uyMM* U.. ??jk n^iriMliil Pan* submitted by bidders vill be taken into consideration. M. C. MB16S, ie 18 Quartermaster General United State* HOOTS AMD SBOES^ *0 BVIV IU We are now manifkotunni all kinde of BOOT! aad SHOES, aad oorstantir receiving a^^^ mii of eastern made work of e?err do mMX ortepon. made expreealy to order, and vllvH| be eold at sniaoh lower snoethanhM been" wBfc heretofore charged in flua eity for maoh mferioi Persona la want of Boots aad Shoes of eastern ei atty made work, will always ind ajood aaeortmea * S ess PMintTlvtrit kvanaa GSP&?3,cD?i??8t,i^,fTO?l tea will remove paint, vara >sh. or greaee of any kind from the moet delicate fobrio, silk or woolen, without injery to oolor or otherwise; will oiean Kid glovee beantAllf.with little labor. For sale al |OOy'l great Madieiae D?e*. Ill Pa. av. a yA. LjIJ l ^(& PREPARED QLUBt SPALDING'S PREPARED QLUB! SAVE THE PIECES! ECONOMY! DISPATCH GPrtA BtitciI m Tim 8 ATM Ni??."-fH A*aooidenU will happwi.ovynin wall regaiatM fftmiiiM, it > rary d?*ir?bl* to bar* some oheap andloonTenient way for repairing Furaitars, Toya Crook *17, *o. SPALDING'S PREPARED QLUB ssj s ttE&rirMsisatfir t to tha atloklni point. - USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE." N. B.-A Bruh aooompaniaa wok Bottla. Pri? a oeiiU. Addraaa HKfEY a #pALWN?, No. iSCedsratraat.NowYoik. CAUTION. 1. m off os ui inniHctiDi ntuiti tnHuiMi of mr PRkPAEKO ?wfk[ ewboB *- .Mr oil* to ?? ! ? Hhfi FW*uuai,?ai am U? tko fo i nam*. e^J^^lNDl VIDUA LivENTERPRl?E lira Tii EASTER* AND WRSTERtt ?KENT.-'CV1aS0SSrJiISiMBKSwin ^/aawaaytSTO. treat, Baltimore, foot o( Camden at 7 o'clock A. M KENT?For Cambridge, Dentnr and Landing* e,very WEDNESDAY and HATlTRDAY, returning every Thnr?d&y and Monday. For Annapolis and We?t River, every TtJES DAY and FRIDAY and returning ia'aSayJ. PIONEER?For St M ahaei'a Kaaton, via Mile'e River, every WEDNESDAY,aud retnrn the same day. For Annapolis, West River, Cambridge, Oxford and ha* ton Point, every THURSDAY .returning by same route on Fnd%? ^ Lnr A 11T m n. ma > .. rvi Auuapu iB. tv pbi m?ort P(, i^UCD&^ri ftDd E% ton, via Mile'e River Ferry, every SATURDAY, returning every Monday by came route. Fare to Cambridge, Denton, Oxford and Faatou Point. tl 60 Fare to St. Michaei'a and Miles' River ,< round trip. |) t t I I I I - > i a<H 160 Far* to west River,(round trie, 91) 1M Fare to Annapo.i?(roond tri?75oenU)? 71 MKALS SXTKA. IT7"Frei#ht must be prepaid. Wharf and Ofltoe, LIGHT ST., foot of Camden. Baltimore. C. K. CANNON. NORTHERN R&Bm CENTRAL RAILWAY. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,! Calvxrt Station, Batimore. Mar 1?, 1*61. < On and after Sunday. May 19th, 1861, Train* oa the NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY ar rive and depart aa follow*, until further notioe. _ _ tm ?. Mobto*) to b*1r*NB?4i oVm4 Mo?tar, tWsmk iMtMVtkcSy Urn ofHmmmt* will to*** Bikti?or? EyK* YTJa V IMotjl B*b 4?y)froaU?ir vkArf, foot 01 U?tOB Doefc. at 4\ o'otook p. k., or iB.Mdi?uiT lAtr tit* *tti:?h of t)? W'MAiDctoD Tru?. wktok l?T?WMtlH?|| at IK b ?1MI f. m. ?-tf M N FALL*, rr?t 3mm TimoiK RAIL?"AD %?'.?? JZD-,VSX!t dfft!???*r Tr?ina tor Phiiad*~?hta will l?T?frilifoI Ifepot daily Moot 8aadars>M foitawt. ris I ItptelMaH I N?v York tmu tt*n> 4<tt r. N. tmi ?i Bttir I ji**Fr?ifht Tram with mt attaetad J InTMIIS P. M . atOpping at ail MtWMMVMt f Batirnora and H%*r? dr-br*??. I*wii(ira for D?.?w?r??l EuDri *ha> >> of Maryiaad wili ftad tha aaoat axpadiuoaa reals b? 1 ^tf^All &ol'on??^sraona Bast (It* bead hsfors j nttrini thtetri ! ' WM ClAWFOBP.Aiit ^^GKKAT CT*Aj,Pjjsijp daily. Sahara m?>y. |0,w2TLr FmtCiMibtniUwl *r?>w*st st atattoa. At 7 00 a b AtTttaa lt?" Mr? !' ? I S JO am > S6 p Montr*a! aa< BrfaJc Train with alMfiM IM m Sonnt^ntTt Albany vitk ths Nsv rVlTcafl 1 traJ R**lroM .JtcaHaafr^t ? I ** ?. w??UOBI OB Rcriif IM WHHtowr. RaiTr-ai. Huffaio.8rraoBse. Niagara AT*. 8o?penai.n Bride*, Aab?rn. SWn.Ck??Uipu Trams ib oonnaetion lMn Pafalr h<??m i 7l* *-** Shore, RoffaJo ?nc . U? Birotwl LoBisvill*.;Cinoinaati, La* ton, Col??.be>. <Vr?! route West, North veal ud 8*lUl. Wr NORTHERN ROUTE i Connecting with Trui at Iroj. with Tror % I Boston and H w 4 8eratora Road, for WratotV I W hiteha . Rutlaad. Burliiigton. Alhac* Rom* I Point, Plattvbarg k, Ogdew'barch, j8??JiClEi. , fTT" Freight Arrangements by tkii roate as I abovs-witt^ct chance of Car a. from the Ixaots ib I Chambers and canal streets, are at all times as I jVrorable as irade hy oth-r Railroad I The facilities af this , rest New York Revu^o the I w mi oo*nm?n<i it to (Im ooefdeoo* of MitWtu | an ' ah ffr* 1 or yromptnMa u4 4i? patch I PaaaeDger traioa, wiU t*m?k:ng u4 [ Cars roc u eui.neol:on on the ,Nt* York CtniitJ R fcd. v \ For partionlara u te looal triine an4 freight ar \ racgemeota, inqnire at th* ??ol ? Wtrrra at. \ A. K. t*MITk.^iywintoa^wt 1 f -j"S> kSnVAWl&'VLn J P01XT COMPOkT. Utrw tba lover end <f I'NIoN IWCK.Mti r more, went aide, ?>AILY, (nb4?t? iMlaied, a1 I IS o'olcok KM. Ukint ^MMrfrri ?n<! fetgbt, ao<l I oooD'otinc with the Ralroad linea. to aryd fVum I WubitK'oii, D. C.. Philadelphia. New York, Be I ton, York, Harneharg, Pittahnra. Pa, mp4 the Waat, imme<1;atelj af'er th?? arrivalor the Ekpraa> Tra.n from New Yoik Ud Philadelphia. The following ta the ?cbedn.e : V From New York to Fort Monroe nod haok. fU ' From Phiiadelph e and hack. t" From Baltimore and hack w* fiyPROCURE VOUR TICKET*? ^3 { la New tte New Joraey Railroad ORce 1 foot of Conrtlaod atreeC 1 la Phi.adelpkia, at the Company'a oflkee. N. W. J ouvuvr "i oiAvn ftnu t/QnVUlBl VirOMI, Or H H6 Depot, Broad and Prim* etreeta. In Baltimore, on board the Pteamera. foot of Union Dock. HUGH O'CONNKK, P>n?Bt?r Ac?n? r^M-NLW YOfcK, HARI.KM ANT Hi ALBANY RAILROAO. ^ ^ 1 LEAV11?ft NEW V?*K FOK ALBAN8v.isstt;,k,ifj56^'fACommencing Monday, Mk? ZTlk, 1?*lFor Abany? 11:90 a. a. fast cxpreea train from Xih atreet. For Dover Plklrt?p. in stopping at Wklte Pltina and atationa north to Dover platan?fron SBtb a tract atation. (This train will ran to Millertoa ever? Petard*? evening.) For Cro'on Fella?MS a. m. atoppica at all atadona north of Fordham from S6>h atrial atation. For W hit* Plaina?S:?>, 4:10 ard W? a. ra. atop, pint at all atationa from 2Bth atreet atation. For W hit* Plaina??: A p. m. atoppiag at all ata bona from W hit* tract atation. For W ll'iama Bridge?7JP, 11:11 a. m. and fcfl p. m atoppicf at all atatioiK from nth at;oat ataUoL. Return:n* vill leave? Aiba y?a. m. :aai expreaa train. Dover P a m <Thi? train laavea Mn lerton every Monday morning at b a. m.) Croton Falik?6 p. m. White Piatae??:!*,7s? a m. 4.-10 a 7.-00 p. m. atreeufor Central Park, Yorkvilla, Harlem and High Bridce everyl^w mirutea. from a. m. to 7:00 p m. JOHN BL'RCHiLUA?t Bapt. YORR_ANP ERIE RAIL KOAl> Piindin Trains InriTti Pavonia Ferry and Long Dock, fr< i?i foot cf ChaatSera atre-t, New York.aa folinwa, tii : 7.00 a. m , EX^RESiiifor Dunkirk,and Buffalo, and principal interim la e Stations. S ou a. m .MAIL, for Dunkirk. and intermediate Statioca?Thia Train remain* ? ver night at Kiaura, and ar jowvia the next mornine9.00 a m MILK dail,, for OtiaTtila. and inter me<i tate Station*. 11 M< a. m . ACCOMMODATION. daily, tor Port Jervic, and p.lnoipal SUtiona _ 4 00 a. m . WAV, for MiJdletown, New burgh, and intermediate Statu l?. 6.00 a. m.. NIGHT EXPRESS, da'ly. for Dan kirk, Buffalo. Canacdait ua-atd principal f*tat'out The Tram of Satarday atop* at all Mail Traic Stallone, and nine only to Eimira. 6<M.<p.m.. ACCOMMODATION Jor Hornearuie '4 and prn.opai H tabone r CHAS. M1NOT. Sen'l Sap'L. NATHANIFL MARSH, Recirer. BOSTON VIA NEWPORT . AND FALL RIVER. % MHM By the aalenaid and aapenor ? I strength and aaeed, bat particularly adapted to the I navigation of Lon* laard Soand, ranning in eon u?v?vh wiuoi r m., or ODONirnul wf Mill Ttain which Imtm Bo?ton tSWlTM. Th* PLYMOUTH ftOCKfrom NewTorkMi'Ddv. wadaaaday, IM Pri(t|. Proa OreTawdai TjMraday.aad Batarday. Proa ti rotor " ?Moniifcf, WwiDiiliy, tad Frifir. e?Vci"jK&r rsr RsWt True, reaohini tad pUo* la adeaaea of tbo?? C oUier roat**,aod la aawla tim? toe alia* ear ? MoraiagCcoi c iioi.k North aad KU. eager* that prefer it, riwain pa bou 4 Utf> Triic,^oo eneetiM^UJ1 ru v kd eaoe viU the t? F?i?frn?j rroridatee to Newport, Piftr oast* baccate master aooowpeeiea tb? rttaaaar aac Traia mi war For Paeaage, Berth*. State Roc?a, or Preiihi. IH'T on board tbe kt <am?r, or at the Prefekt Ofioe, Pier li North H iw, o* at tae OAoe ? : the C<" mpanj, No. lit we?t ?t?et,eor?er of Cortlaad etreeC New York. Pab.?, tWt. FM1UTARY BOOKS KBNCH k, EjCHBTlKN havejaat naaji i< a ??.?? iai-niuj ai'iarj Hooka of ail kind", ?hieb th*y offer from Ua to ft/ty per ?NL holow Uo maUr rottii prioo*,?uieiadiDi: A m* tditioi of Birlat*i Iikatrr u4 Rifl* Tietiot, oomplote, f 1J6 Veleetewe' MiMl.lnli, ft Al'.e 'u C< mMacian of Ht dM'i Tmuoi, IN Ky^y'fT0b??p edition. lie The Po.dior, ft ? >! *** WBbH* for th? moiIm VolmsUw MUiU* fti 4 tae Hon.* "T* Hftftd Booifnr tfe* U.S. So:dkfr. bomt trat txxik of laatrueUou to IkaU.l. luutn >mcStS^ss Ftac*. m4 M*UJi at mo iiirtfi1*. JMSSaif'i'-nC? J Motion with tue Fail River a->d OM Coloay Railroad, diit?r,o? of M only to fioctoi JLoare Pier No. "Jo'tk River near tbe Batter? The Rtaatoer EMPIRK BTATE.Caft firsTU>n Mondays, Wednesday*, and Fridays, at * oWoet P-M-? at Newport each way. The Steamer MKTr6POl.ift, Ca?t Brows, on T^sdsyt, Thnrsdsy? and 8starda*s, at o'tfoctt P. M-. toaohing at Newport eacb way. Thess Steamers ars fitted wit* ftommodiom state room?. and every arrangement for S* sersri ty and oom'ort nt passenger*. who sjs afbrded r? . a IUfhu' ? * Of board, and os arri< a at Pa 1 River prooeed per Steamboat Train.reaon tag BostCL sariy the followinc mortu tormi' remain on board snti. atsrtini of the i<uviaii?vi> Don atl A. Mby whioh tsej rosy reach Bo?t< i. A bagrace msater ia sttsehed Is esoh ataar who raotiTM sad iickrla it^e bsctsfs. sad soc -mpscaee the rsme to iu < on. A etesiner race id oonnection with thia Line be tween Fail Elver snd PiovideBoe dsily. exee(. Baawn. Freight to Boatos ia forwsreed ihroafk win rr?mt anpstcb b) so Kxirtu TV sin. wfcion iesv?? Fsfl River ever* rooiaibf, Pvtdaye eioepted.a lit o'ultMk for Boston sr.a New Bedford, srrivm, St ita dea::iiktiun st sbont 11 A M For freuht or pstaa?e, s?p j ob board, or at the office oa Pier No. S Nortk River For atsta rooroa snd be tha apply ob board, or if den red to eeemre tbem ibadVanoe, to WM BOKDKN.Af't 70 sari 71 V??t etroet. N Y. TON? Inlsnd Rosto?The ahorieel sad rooet 4i

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