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7'AVLOR Sc MAURY beg to announce thai. m the suggestion of several of our citizens, ihr Picture* uow ou exhibition ui (heir Store will be KHilled lor. Eleven prizes ; sixty chances, at $5. April 10 Book>>tore, near Ninth street. rpHK LITERARY LIKE AND COKHE 1 spondence of the Countess of Bleasington. Harper's Story Hook lor April. Loomih's Practical Astronomy. Just published and for kale by April 10 R. FARNHAM. WV?'' COLOR PICTURES.?>lese,rs. TAYLOR A: MAURY beg to announce in?i, ?t the suggestion ol several of our citizen*. the pictures now on exhibition at their store, wtll he raffled lor. hlrven Print?60 chances at $5. liookstore near 9th street. April 7. NEW city Dl RECTOR Y.-Waahlturton and Georgetown Directory, just.published, congressional Directory for the Second Session ol the 1 hirty-Third Congress of the United States ?i America. For sale at TAYLOR <fc MAURY'S, e ' Bookstore. n-ar Ninth street M"***? HOOKS AT TAYLOR & MA1JRV S?Julia Knvanaph's new novel, Uruce I*ee; paper 75 cent-, cloth SI. Life ot Sam Houston, with portrait; price SI 25 ,k t ??^ Ahead, or the First Stroke and the L'l-t by A. S. Roe; price SI '-'5. The Old Inn, or the Traveller's Enteriainment. price 51. niFii* '-,an^' a Southern Story, by Child of the Sun. ' A-l"'! ^ Bookstore, near Ninth street. CASH MUbIC AND PIANO STORK OF HORACE WATERS No 333 Broadway, New York. OPPOSITION TO TUK COMBINATION MUSIC AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES. notwithstanding THE COMIII Xl bination of Music Dealers ?o keep up the prices of noa copyright music against the interests . if;?'Composers, and their refusal to extend to Mr waters the courtesies of the trade, he is making immense sales?having abundant evi dence that he has public countenance and sup port in his opposition t > the Great Monopoly and in h.s efforts to aid Native Talent, and adopt the National Currency. His stock of American and European Music is immense, and the cataleirue of his own publications ;? one of the largest end best selected in the United States. He has also made a Great Reduction, in the Prices of Pianos, Melodeons, and Musical Instruments of all kinds Superior toned 6J Octave Pianos for $175 $'00 and S^5, interior of as good quality, and instru i^ftSnn "p0"8 "J *S durable as tho*e which cost $.XH>. Pianos ot every variety of style and price up to SI.000, comprising those of Ten dif terent manufactories; among ihem the celebrated modern improved Horace Waters P,anos. and . J?rfl J>remlura iEolean Pianos of T Giibkut & Cos. make (owners of the ^olean Patent.) oe?ond-hand 1 muo* at great bargains. Price* from $40 to $150. Melodeons from live diOerent ijai2iU/ao,0ne*' ",c'udinS the well-known S. D. Jc H. W Smith s Melodeons, (tuned the eaual tem Perament ) The Best Make in the United States Sn"'.^ u nA SI??- 5115' ?l25- Sl35- SI50. i niith s Double Bank Melodeons' $200. ?ach Piano and Mel deon gunranticd. The best terms to the trade, schools &c 12J per cent, discount i?,7 l 2??" vVd Lhurth*?- AH orders promptly attended to Music sent to all parts of the coun try, ,k>m paid, at the reduced rates. General and ?elect Catalogues and Schedules of prices of Mu sical Instruments, forwarded to anv address free ?' char^ feb 16?d3m Mr*, ibeechek stowed ne?v Uork ?The May Flower and Miscellane WU~. 1,y ,,arr^t Heecher Stou e The Country Neighborhood, by Misa E. A. Du puy, author ot The Conspirator, 4rc. Jfcc ?r.i r'i/''81, PnnC,pl" Cdem.stry, illus traud. Adapted specially for classes 185l-2C-l?red SkCU>" in Pam' durin* *?* years Just published and for sale at ..TAILOR & MAURY'S Bookstore, Apr'117 near 9th ?t. T l,n4URY* ELASTIC PEN, t j Wbich's manufactured by Lo"d?n' "("-essly for Messrs. Tay. lor 4. Maury, will be found unequalled in all the requirements of a good steel Pen. Sold in gross boxes, price $1, at Taylor & maurvs . .. Book and Stationery Store, Apr'' 17 near 9th ?t. THE COMING STRl/GGLE.?Tlie Com ingK-truggt# among the Nations efthe Earth, aT Events of the next Filteen Years daaenbed in accordance with Prophecies in Eze kiH, Daniel, and the Apocalypse J52T??"""'""""'--J London TAYLOR & MAURY'S Bookstore, near Ninth street. THE MISSISSIPPI AND ATLANTIC CONNECTED! ^Ar,i110 UKITED STATES MAIL RorrTc ? i&sfjnk? ess **? """new i OKI! . AND 3*> HOURS TO C1NCINNTI" i^jmCACO ?fc MISSISSPPI RAILROAD Jk* onl9 Railroad Rout* fr,wi tke Louvr TrvM ,?nu tortu AtJantir ' TIM* FROM 8T LOCI8 TO ohioa(>i> ONLT 20 IIOTas ? ^jT? KTb?- steamer WINCH ESTER leaves the AiW wt?arf boat at St. Louis ^ Y* at 7 o'clock am nn ' Si" IKtINifcJFR lhe Alton wharf l^at at St. Louia 4+ily at ,'>^0. p m ?' BlXK>MINGTON I ASAT I r p.'^ago' an" the eastern citim" rest. P tUF,e fOT ,he ev,,D,ng trams This line via Chicago and Mis<.i??inr>l * m Ceuiral and Chicago and Rock Island nr'ril' ?nd Aurora railroads connea. Zh sl fhJ'"^ roads at Chicago, .?d aff?X thT moi nw ??TndialX>U" L? the MiwiEpp' river, at and above the Upper Rapids, as well as to points on the Illinois river at and al>ov? Pekin the trains ol the C. and M. ra.lrond connect ^ w?th"^d ,n<l Bloomingion rXfJFr ^ '?r Hi????iO,t Waverlv with the Great Western Ra.lroad for Jacfa?fv*|e and Decatur, and at Bloomington with the Illm ' Central lU.lroad for Lasallr C Illln0,, THROUGH TICK FT1^ o?a v . Chicago, can be had at the ..ificm of thr M^hirJa Southern the Michigan Central, and the nU York and Erie railroads, St. Loins 1 IOKETS TO CHICA(X) and all the in termed ate places, can b? had at the wharf b<JIt th". rh,( ^ pnckrtt "nd ?' lh? oSceTS tbn hx n^o and MisftiftPippj Illinoi* C'#???!r?i i Chicago aad Rock Island railroads ''"d E KEaT1NG, Sup't C. Sc M. R. R. New York, May a, ik.iszti,e uiTrtI7 ?igoe? has ihi? H.iy opened xn o/Ti. < > wiiuam street, (Merchants' Exchange ) f?r th transaction of a *enert?l brokerage business Bank, insurant, minin*. railroad, irovernment State, and c.ty s-cunties U?Kht and 5>|d " ' "" lo.ni ^ EMANUEL B HART. TH^DERS.GNED.^e.r? 1 to prosccute ela.m, ty desert" ," lure Congress and the different departments of the government. ln' ?nru* on 14th street or?,K>.,te W,Hard's Hotel ' i1 << Brown St winter. BAMTLETI-S AMERICAN EXPLOM f Eip??dlUon.?i'ersonal narrative of ex pkwyKHss and incidents in Texas, New Mexico Oaiilorniii Sooo^' and Chihuahua, I y J. ft. Bart' letr, united States Commusioner during that iw. r"rL?*Uil <ri*r,'uW,,b ^"-tratioS. The Hive ol lbe Bee Hunter, a re,H,?tory oI Sketches, inclod.ng peculiar American etaaracter scenery rural a^rts, by T. B Thor,ie, author' lh? ^ illustrate J by sketches from naiurw. Farau^d^le, a nov*J, by Caroline Thomas Our Parish, or annala of Pator and People. 1 Just received and lor sale by .. H~ FARNHAM, _"er 01 ? venue and 11th at. bu^r"^ ? Further supply of the buudlas just received at Taylor & maury'8 i TAKE NOTICE, T HAVE uow oa hand a targe assortment X of every description of Spectacles, from the lowest price to the very be*i quality tueii, and having been for a Ion* time enguged in maiiufuc turing. and adjusting Glasses for the most difficult and defective vis-ion a, therefore can with confidence guarantee to bcuuhi and improve the s'ght of all who need. Call at 418, Pennsylvania avenue, Sign of ih arge Sprsad Eagle- A. O. HOOD. Feb 7 |Organ.] WATCH EH, JEVVBLKY, SlLVEK and Plmed Ware at llcduced Prices.?In anticipation of the approaching dull reason, we offer our entirr stock of elegant Gold Watches. Rich Jewelry, Pure Silverware, See . at greatly reduced rates. Perrons would do well to examine our assort ment. which i< by far the largest, most fashionable, and best selected ever uttered to our customers. M. W. GALT & BRO., 321 Penn. avenue, between Sthaud 9th streets. Feb 16?3tif K II) GLOVED. ? A fresh supply of Gent's li/. lit -colored Kid Gloves at STEVENS'S Feb 21?3tif Sales Room, Brown's Hot*.). American engineering, illus trated by branches of mechanical arts, sta tionary, marine, and locomotive engines, manu facturing machinery, printing presses, tools, grist, steam, saw, and rolling mills, from buildings, Arc., of the newest and rao>t improved construction, by G. Weissenborn, Civil Engineer; parts one and two now ready. SI each. Solo agents for Washington, TAYLOR & MAURY, Apr 1-1 Bookstore, near 9th st. COURT OF CLAIMS.?Digested summa ry and alphabetical list o! private claims which have been presented to the House of Rep resentatives from the First to the Thiriy first Con gress, exhibiting the action of Congress on each claim, with reference to the journals, report*, bills. See., elucidating its progress, compiled by order of the House of Representatives. A few copies for sale by R. FARNHAM. Apr 14 NORTH AND SOUTH, by the author of '?Mary Barton," "The Moorland Cottage,' " Crawford," &c. 37* cents. Kings ami Queens, oi, Life in the Palace, by John S C. Abbott, new edition, just received and for sale by R. FARNHAM. March 3 A NEW EDITION. IN ONE VOLUME. Of Mr. Kingsi.ky's Popular Work, IIYPATIA; Or New Foes with an Old Face, By the autiior of " Yeast," "Alton Locke," Sec. 1 vol. 12mo, Price $1 25. OF the autht r of ? Hyputia" the London Spec-^ ta'orsays: "Take him all in all, Englanu has no literary man of his years who can Set up beside him as hi* equal in variety and quality of endowments and in richness of promise " " Unsurpassed by any kindred work in the Eng lish language.''?National InttUigenrer. Published by CROSBY, Nlt'HOLLS Se CO., Boston; and for sale in Washington by Taylor & maury. Taylor & maurvs dollar let ter balance, in universal use. Price SI. April 21 Book*tore. near 9th st. IMPORTANT BOUNTY-LAND HOOK.? Just issued, a second edition of Tripletl's Pen moii and Bounty Land Laws, containing the new bounty-land act of 1855, and embracing a digest of all .be laws, decicion*. and forms, relating to pen sions; to olfifcers. and soldiers of the revolution, their widows and children ; to army and niiiltia invalids and their widows ; to navy and marine invalids, their widows mid children; and to bounty lands provided for by every act from the Revolu tion to. and including that of March 3, 1855; so arranged as to be intelligible to every claimant. This work is highly recommended by the Com missioner of Pension*. Price $'2, mailed free to any part of the United Slates, (except California.) TAYLOR Sc MAURY, Bookstore, April 21 near 9th st. LAW NOTICE. I SHALL hereafter have an office perma nently in Washington for the practice of my profession, and will give carcful attention to any business entrusted to iny charge in the Supreme Court, the Court ot Claims, in the Land. Patent, or Pension, offices, or in any of the Departments. Husiness from the Southwest may be sent to me through V. H. Ivy. Attorney at Law. New Or leans, who has been associated villi me in the practice in that city, and who will continue to at tend to any business there which may be placed in my charge. J, D. B. DE BOW, Late Superintendent of Census. Washington, D. C., April 20, 1S55. Apr 21?lawlm UNITED STATE* COURT OF CLAIMS. Real Kitst*, Bonnty I.anil, anil Ocneral Agency, at Washington City. C1HARLES K. SHERMAN. Attornry at Law, / and JAMES C. WALKER, of Tennessee, I late Reading Clerk in the House of Representa tives. have associated themselves together for the purpose of prosecuting Claims against the Gov ernment. either before the recently established Court of Claims, Congress, or the ?everal Execu tive Departments. In all cases before the Court of Claims, and I others, involving legal questions, they will be aided I by Mr.Chari.es E.Sherman,well known hereand in the South and West, as an experienced lawyer They will give personal nnd prompt attention to ; all business entrusted to them, snd particularly tc Bounty Land Ca?es, as well as to Renting, Leas ) tng. Selling, and Purchasing Ileal Estate. They l>eg leave to reler to members and ex i member* of Congress in the several States and | Territories, and lo the correspondents of Mr I Charles E Sherman. Office No. 415 Third street, one door nnrth ol Gadsby's Hotel. April 21?eod LAW NOTICE. Brown, Stanton, and Walker. WM. T. BROWN. Fit ED. P. STANTON nnd J. KNOX WALKER, have formed a ] partnership for practising law in the Supreme Court of the United States, and the Court ol Claims in Washington, and in the Courts of Ten nessee. Offices in Washington aud Memphis One of the partus will always be found at eiihei place, and letters addresied to them will receive | prompt attention. April 21?tfeod ?___________ COURT OF C L A 1 M S, Washington City, D. C. IN addition to the Pracllcc of 1 aw, as here tofore, in all the Court- of the District, and in I tite Supre ne Court of the United States, ihs un j dersigned will devote himself assiduously to the Prosecution of Claims against the Government, in the above Court, (established hi this city by act j of Congress, approved March, 1855,) which ha* cognizance of all claims arising under the Consti | tution. or founded njM-.n any law of Congress, or upon any regulation of an Executive Department, or u|?on any contract, express or implied, wiih the Government of the United States, or any of its of fi'-ers or agents. When the claim is established in this Court, and an appropriation made by Cong reus for the purpose, the claimant will be paid at the Treasury of the United States. All Claima agnm*t the Government must hence forth l?e prosecuted in said Court, and not before Congress as heretofore. M. THOMPSON. Attornry and CountrUot at Ltauf, Washington Ctrr, D. C. April 21?Imtf G1 RACE LE&, by Julia K.avanah, author I" of Daisy Bnrns, Madeleine. Nathalie, tic. The Summer Land; a Southern Story, by a child of the sun Just published and for sale by R. FARNHAM, April 10 Corner Penn. avenue and llth at. AMUDtttK VIAK% AND I'KACTICAJL Treatise on Perspective for !>?-ginneri?, aim* putted lor th*- use of juvenile students and ama teurs in architecture, painting. Arc , also adapted for schools and private instructors, fourth edition, revised and enlarged, bv George Payne, artist; e?ghty-six illustrations, 75 cents. Rudiments of the Art of Building, in five sec tions, viz : 1. (reneral principles ol construction ; ^ Materials u?**?l in bnildmg; Strength of ma terials; 4. Use of materials; 5. Working drawings, specifications, and estimates, illustrated with 111 woodcuts, by Edward Dobson, author of the Rail ways of Belgium. Arc, Elements of Mechanism, elucidating the scien tific principles of-the practical construction ot machines, for the use ol schools and atudenta in mechanical engineering, with numerous apeci mens of modern machines remurkable for their utility and ingenuity, illustrated with M3 engrav ings, by T. Baker, author of Railway Engineering, dec. Just received, and for ??le at the Bookstore of R FARNHAM, corner of llth street and Penn sylvania avenue. TAKE MOTIC B.?Housekeeper* and ?(tiers ttr? reminded thai the following list ol articles are of the very best description, and can be purchased from the subscriber on as low terms as any other house in the city. A large assort uienl and supply always on hand: Oils of all kind* Quaansware Paints, Brushes, Caiuphiae, Clocks, Varuish, Lamps, Turpentine, Chandeliers Window Glass. (rirondolea. China, Vases. Earthenware, Uritunuia ware, Glass, Arc., dec., Occ. Goods sent to any part of the city frea charge. Country dealers will do well to call. O. S. WHITTLESEY, 7th street, Opposite Selden St Withers'* Bask Mar 1? (Star.) CLOTHING. A C*mpllm*Btsry Card and Iarltstio* to the Public. 6fc"\T7"HEN I HAVE EARNED ONE HUN \Y DRED DOLLARS OF MY OWN MONEY, I will trade on one hundred dollars, and when I have earned one thousand dollars. I will trade upon one thousand dollars, and so increase my business and capital in propor tion." I will never take credit or give my own promise to pay notes, but will pay east) for all my goods when purchased. I wilt keep down my ex penses, and will not psy high, enormously high rents, nor lire above my income, and will deal fairly with all men. Maxims like these and for mer experience in the wholesale and retail manu facturing, as well as the import and export trades during these last five and twenty years, have en abled GEORGE P. FOX, U. S. A., U. S. N., Tailor, and I'lnventeur des Modes, to progressively rise from the humble rank of selling one vest pattern in Wall street a few years ago, to be the present sole proprietor of the store (25 feet front bv 105 feet deep) opposite Pearl street, NO. 321 BROAD WAY. It is also equally true that with money, cash in hand, FOX?GEORGE P. FOX?has, during the past few months5 made extensive purchases, at ruinously low prices, of fine CLOTHS, FASHIONABLE VESTINGS, CAS81NKKE8, and other articles connected with the Tailoring Business, on importation, and from respectable city merchants, who are in want of discounted money at any price or loss, owing to an over stocked market and th* circumstance* of bard times, (A. D. 1851.) FOX?GEORGE P FOX?while most thankful to the public for the liberal patronage received, still maintains his reputation for at ail times sell ing the most fashionable of Custom, Pattern, and Correct Fitting, READY MADE GARMENTS, Dress, Frock Coats, Overcoats, Vests, Pautaloons, Cloth*, Cassimeres, Velvet Vesting.*, drc.,&c., and is determined not to be outdone in liberality of dealing, nor undersold by the least nor the biggest house in the trade. He is also equally determined, to the best of his ability, to employ a meritorious la!>oring class of Journeymen Tailors; and others who are suffering dreadful privations for want of employment, and therefore offers, on and after this date, until ihe beginning of the year 1855, the resources of his magnificent Tailoring Establish ment, free of profit on the cost of all his goods, combined with his own gratuitous services, to his friends and the public, to be considered as a sort of present HOLIDAY OR NEW YEAR'S GIFT1 exampleizing wealthy gentlemen. United States Departments, the Executive. Officers of the Army and Navy, Bankers, Foreigners, Citizens, the pres ent imperative duty of solvent tradesmen and merchants to employ their fellow-nun. aid and assist the inauguration ol a better state of trade all over the world from the commencement of the New }ear, one thousand eight hundred and fifty five. I am, fellow-citizens, (representing one of the links of Commerce,) yours truly, ever grateful and obliged, GEORGE P. FOX, g?. United Stales Leader of Fashion*, ?j. ? Headquarters, No. 321 Broadway, 5': L s. GEORGE P. FOX. 5 * Dec 19? RARE PENSION HOOKS " l.atids ill Illinois to Soldiers of the Late War," giving the names of each sbldier to whom a patent wa.? issued for land lying in the military bounty land district for services in the late war, (with Eng land;) the description of the tract of land granted to each, with the date of the patent: the company and regiment in which they severally served, and by whom each patent was received. A single copy for sale. Old Pension Rdlls of Indiana and North Caro lina. List of Pensioners of the United States under the act of ISth of March, lSlS^showing the rank and line in which each served. Virginia Muster Rolls. Virginia Pay Rolls. List of Rejected and suspended Pension*, with the ressons for the rejection or suspension. For ?ale in Washington TAYLOR Sr MAURT, WANTED--A Situation as Teacher of English, Mathematics, and Latin; also, the rudiments of Greek, if desired. All of which will be taught in the most approved manner. The applicant is an experienced teacher, ol good address, and will furnish the best references, both in regsrd to character and ability. None but * liberal salary need be offered. For psrticulars, address SETH FRINK, Dec 8?tf Pittsfield. Massach u set is. GENTLEMEN'S PRESS SHIRTS, of best quality. -A Isrge assortment, at the lowest market prices, constantly on hand, WALL 4c STEVENS, 322, Penn. avenue, next door to Iron Hall. Jan 5 (News.) OFFICIAL ARMY AND NAVY REGIS. TER for 1855. The Navy Register for the United States for the year 1855. Official Army Register for 1855. Just published and for sale at TAYLOR ik MAURY'S Fab. 27 Bookstore, near 9th street NOVELTIES, Invention*, and Curloeltlea in Arts aid Manufacture*.?Price 50 cents Gay's Fable*, profusely illustrated. The Ladies' and Gentlemen'* Letter Writer. Shooting, by R. Blakey. Just imported from England bv TAYLOR it MAURY, Oct IS Bookstore near t*th st. rpilE YOUTH OF MADAME DE LON X gueville, or new Revelations of Court and Convent in the seventeenth oentury, from the French of Victor Cousin, by F. W. Rit-ord. Faggoia for the Fireside, or Facts and Fancy, by Peter Parley. Just received and for sale by Nov 12 R FARNHAM. CI ENTH' SCARFS. TIES, CRAVAT?,?fcc! X Every variety of size, style, and shape oi new and desirable Scarfs, Napoleon Ties, Cra vats, See., of lata importation, and at moderate prices, at STEVENS'S Dec 7?3tif Salesroom, Brown's Hotel. NEW YEAR'S PRESEftTS.? M. W GALT At BRO. will open this dsy a magnifi cent assortment of Watches, Jewelry Silver Wsre, nnd Fancy Goods, suitable for prevents, to which they invite the attention of purchasers. M W GALT Je BROTHER, Jan 3?St Penn. av., betw. 9th and 10th M. VARIETY BOOT AND SHOE STORE WHITE SATIN AND KID BOOTS and Slippers. Just received a general as sortment of the above; workmanship and materia of the West,. . "J Also an elegant supply ol Toilet Slipper*, em bracing tha French embroided, Wilton, and VrJ GEO. BURNS,' ?HO Pennsylvania avenue, Adjoining Patterson's Drug Store. rpHE UNDERSIGNED would -raptct X. fully inform hi* friend* and citizens gene rally that he has resumed the Grocery businesx, and is now located at the corner of Pennsylvania' avenue and Thirteenth street, where will be found s choice selection of Groceries Teas W ines, Liquors, Cigars.fee. Special attention is invited to hi* sssortment of Teas, Liquors, and Cigars. The above good* are all of the best quality, and for sale very low for cash. R. D. TWEEDY, Corner/>f Pennsylvania avenue and 13th street, south side. Nov 3~~dl wAreol w (1 IIKOWMKI'S YEAR OF THE H X a Yesr of the Wsr. by Adam G. D* Gou rowski, a eiliten of the United Slates. Just published, and for sale st TAYLOR k MAURY'S, F*b 1 Near bth st. HUJJSON KIVEH KAII.KOAD. Wiiihuier Air?n?cuieut. NEW YORK TO AND FP.OM - ? _ .ALBANY AN D 1 tiOY.?On and alter Mouday, May ?, 1&S4, the tram# will ran us follows: GOING NOHTII. Leave New York-, from the office cou ax of Chambers street aud College Place,.at 6, a. in. Express (ram lor Albany and Ttey connecting with Northern and Western irnias Through iu 4 Lour* from Chambers street. 7, d. m. Poughkeepsie Way Passenger Trw*, stopping at all stations. and carrying way uiail Uoja New \ork to Poughkeepsie. 9, a. in. Mail Train for Albany and Troy, stop Gi't-iwonV, Cold Spring, Fish i r? T Hamburg, aud at all mail stations north of i oughkeepsie. 10, a. in. Peekskill Way Passenger Train, stop ping at all stations. 12. m. Way Train for Albany and Troy, stoiDiug f',. ?^ . ,rl,Tttrrytow'n- s"?fSiog.Cruger?. Peeks kill, Cold Spring. Fiahkfll, New Hamburg, Pouirn keepsie, Hyde Park, Rhinebeck, Barrytown Ti voli, Oakhill, Hudson. Coxsackie, Siuyvesant. an<. Castleton ; and connecting wiih the Express Train leaving Albany at 6.30, p mM for Buffalo, and at Troy with Northern Trains for Monireat. 1, p. m. Poughkeepsie Way, Freight, and Pas senger I rain, stopping at all stations. 5, p. m. Way Tram for Albany and Troy, stop ping at Dobbs's Ferry, Sing Sing, Peekskill, Cold Spring, Fishkill, New Hamburg, Poughkeepsie, and at all stations north. 4.10, p. in. To Foughkeepsie, stopping at all way stations. 11 8 4, p. m. Express Trains to Albany and Trov stoppmg. at Peek-kill, Fishkill, Poughkeepsie. Kbinwbeck and Hudson, connecting at Albany Buffalo eU5ri' i':xl,re*s Tr,u" ?t 11, p m., for snub'' ^ 8,?PP'ng ?t all way 6.30, p. m. Emigrant and Freight Train for Al bany and Troy, stopping at all Time Table Sta tions. stations111' T? Tarryt?wn' *loPPinf ?t all way GOING SOUTH. Leaves Troy at 4.30, a. m., and Albany at 4.45, a. m. Express Passenger Train for New York SOS? Jd Leaves Troy at 4.45, a. m., and Albany at 6 a. m. Way Mail and Passenger Train tor New York stopping at all mail stations. Leaves Troy at 8.30, a. m., and Albany at 8.45, a. m. Ex pre** Train for New York, topping only at Hudson, Rhinebeck, Poughkeepsie, Fishkill, and Peekskill. Leaves Troy at 10.45, a. m., and Albany at 11, a. m. Way Train, stopping at Castleton, Stuyve sant, Coxsackie, Hudson, Oakhill, Tivoli Barry town, Rhinebeck, Slaatsburj;, Hyde Park, Pough keepsie, New Hamburg, Fishkill, C*ld Spring, Garrison's, and Peekskill. Leaves Albany at 1.45, p. m. Way, Freight, and Passengtv Train lor Poiignkeepsie, stopping at all stations. Leaves Troy at 4.30, p. m., and Albany at 4 45 p. m. Express Train stopping only at Hudson, Khinebeck Poughkeepsie, Fishkill, and Peekskill. Leaves Troy at 4.30. p. m., and Albany at 4.45 p. m? from Albany. Milk, Freight, and Passen IeJ! J?4"1* "topping at all stations. 'EAVE POUGHKEEPSIE FOR NEW YORK. At 4.30, a. m. Way Freight Train, stopping at all stations. rr * At 6 30. a. m Way Passenger Train, stopping at all Time Table stations except Manhattan. At 4. p. in. Way Passenger Train, stopping at all stations. r r LEAVE PEEKSKILL FOR NEW YORK At 6.30. a. m., and 3.20, p. m., stopping at nil way stations. LEAVE SING SING FOR NEW YORK At6. a. m., stopping at all way stations. Passenger* are requested to procure tick ets before entering the cars. Tickets purchased in the cars will be5cents extra. Trains will stop a su . cient time at Poiijrhkeet) sie for refreshments. Freight forwarded to i.e west and north as ex peditiously, safety, and oeaply as by any othvr lm?- ED ? UND FRENCH, ki v , ? Superintendent. Nxw York. M?y 8, 181 . May 10?tteo Bl? '?f, '"Junction. In the Circuit Court In the I>l?ttlet ?f Columbia, kitting In CHati cery. ? Christopher Adams, complainant, VI. Jamei Guthrie, Amos Adams, Isasc N. Coinstock, Sasiuel Byington,and Ri? hard Wallach, THIS bill of complsini in Ihe above stated cause states,that the wid complainant onoralwut the rtwenty-tiitb day ofNovemh?r. A D , 1851. entered intoa contract will the United States government agreeing to supplythe government with five mil lioni ol brick lor tb: extension oft he Capitol. That said complainant, >n or about the 12th day of Jan uary A- D 1852, i.signed to one Samuel Mrong the said contract the said Strong agreeing and promising to pay o said complair.ant the sum ol lour thousand dclnrs. Tne bill furthe states that the said Strong, on or about the 2d iky of February, A D. 1852. as signed the said couract. or one moiety thereof to Amos Adams ant Isaac N. Comstock. of the city of Albany and Suti of New York.and rece.vedfiom the said Adams aid Comstock their obligation or promise for the p%ment of (our thousand dollars or thereabout, as veil as a lien of thirty ,*-r cent on the moneys to w paid by the government on said contract untilthe -aid miui ol four thousand do ars should be ^aid; which lien said Strom, klir'L1* ,0 lh< r?mplainant in this bill. The ' further state- tist sometime in the year J852 the said Amos Adims and l.aac N. Comsi,>ck as signed their right, itle.and interest in the contract to one Snmuel Byiigion as partner and associate ol Richard Walladi, the said Byington and Wal lach having notice ?>f ,he said lien of thirty per cent, on the mone's to l?e paid by the government on said contract. The object of sail bill is to obtain an injunction again,! said defen.ants inhibiting rhe said James n'", ?ne'.k "J *r,,on" him. from paying the said noneys to any of the defend ants, or their rep-e>entatives, and the defend ants and their npresenlatives from receiving Ihe said moneys ??d the sum of tl?ny-s,x bun dred dollars, and lie mtertsl thereon, should 1^ paid tn t*e i-omolunant or his legal represents lives, sno sucn otn-r snd fuMher decree as to this court shall .eem ri,ht and proper. The said Amos Adam, .nd the ?,d Isaac N Com-toek. named in .he caption and fed, of I be bflt, ?|iR reM,!,,.,, A bnny as sfo-esai^ beyond the reach of the pro cenn of the court. It IS, therefore, bj the court ordered this 1st day ?/J'nU"r|r- A; ?? ?hst the matters and i'r !j *for'*->ld bill of complaint agH.n-t the defenWsnu, .hall be taken for . on fessed against the s?,d Amos Adams ami Nsac ? Omsiock. snd siicS decree made in the pre rnn^ FnV *nd e*Ch ?f ?^e court shall deem r,ffht, unless the said defendant spp?sr in the court on or before the second Mon lsv in May next, and ansuer the said bill, and "nrLTed'T ,h"y hBV' Why " - . L y e complainant should not be pa-sed by ihe court. Provided the complainant cause this order and com.!., of the said bill Ol the cuv" nf W ' r ^ *?me n?w,,l,"l,e' the city of Washineton. twice a week foi six successive weeks, the hrst insertion ther^.J ,o sppesr at least four months before the second "on,lsy in May 18rS,V|ln "/"I**' !he Monday of Janusry, ISo,. being ibe hr.t d?y of Jsnoary, 1 leat: John a. SMITH, m/ _ ^ lerkol the Circuit Court. Washihotoji Ccr.tTY, D. C. S. SPENCER, et al. Y. ? Solicitor for complainant. True copy, Test: JNO. A. SMITH. Jan^-Vawr,w Clerk Defendants. MB AKRl.E MANTLE1M.?Marble works. The subscriber begs leave to inform hi* friends snd the public that he has increased hi' stock of Marble Mantles, comprising Sienns Rrorkedelia, Spanish, (Egyptian vein, Italian, and blarb marble, richly carved and plain, of the best quality, newest style, and superior finish, which h# offers for sale low for cash. Also. Marble Mono ments, Tombs, and Headstone Slabs; Ea?teri Marble for window sills, Iratels, steps, and plat forms; Marble tile, counter snd table tops; soap stone, calcined plaster. S2 75 ;er barrel. Also on hand a large lot of Connecticut Brow Stone, New York Flags and Ptens, suitable foi building purposes. He invites the attention o builders and others to his stock, and will endeavo to give satisfaction to all who may favor him w t' their orders. WM. RUTHERFORD On E St., I?t. 12th and 13' Oct. ft?6m. (m) TKAVEMMG and Packing Trunks ot | all qunlltlea.?A large variety constantly on band, and for sale cheap by WALL 6c STEVENSk ORANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD The cheapest, most couifurt# vie. ind expedV* Uouh route to the White Sulphur Springs, ptNtUig the Alum, Warm, and Hot Springs. ? | , mi | AKKANGBMEN're hafluf been made with the owners ol the new and splendid steamer GEORGE PAGE to run botweeu Alexandria aod Washington, a dis tance of six niiles, in connexiou with the trains on thin road and the Washington railroads, the fol lowing schedule will take effect en ami after Thursday, June 1, 1854: A train from Alexandria to Gordonsville, ana .^intermediate stations, will leuve the depot, corner of Duke and Henry streets, at 7 o'clock, a. m., on the arrival of the Bout Irom W ashiugton, giving ample time for Breakfast on board, arriving at Gordonsville at half past 10 o'clock, connect ing at that point with the trains on the Virginia Central railroad to Richmond, Charlottesville, and Staunton. A traia from Gordonsville to Alexandria, and in] termediate stations, will leave Gordonsville at H o'clock, on the arrival of the cars oil the Vir ginia Central road, arriving at Alexandria at half past 2 o'clock, thus allowing time to connect with the trains leaving Washington city for the north, and for dinner on board the boat. A train from Alexandria to Warrenton and, in termediate stations, will leave Alexandria daily (Sunday excepted) at 3 o'clock, p. m., arriving at Warrenton a 5J o'clock, p. m. On Sunday will leave at 7 o'clock, a. ra. Traiu from Warrenton to Alexandria und inter mediate stations will leave Warrenton daily (Sun day excepted) at a quarter before 7 o'clock, a. m., arriving at Alexanuria at half-past 9 o'clock, a. m On r-' mday will leave at quarter past 18 o'clock, i. m. _ THROUGH TICKETS. To Warrenton ?2 00 Gordonsville.. 3 00 Charlottesville * 2d Staunton ? ?Lynchburg ' 25 ?Lit ray * 28 ?New Market d Middleburg 2 2o Winchester 3 ?0 Round trip ticket to Warrentoa, from Saturdays to Mondays 3 50 ?Passengers for Luray, and New Market will take the train leaving Alexandria at 7 o'clock, a. m., on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, connecting with the stages at Culpeper Court House. ? Passengers for Lynchburg will take the tram leaving Alexandria at 7 o'clock, a. m.,on Mon days, Wednesdays, and Fridays, connecting with the stages at Charlottesville. 07" Passengers for the White Sulphur Springs will take the train leaving Alexandria daily con necting with the stages at Staunton. Freight trains are running daily, Sundays ex cepted. Per order W. B. BROCKETT, June 1?if HAUPttit'S MAGAZINE lor June, at SHILLINGTON'S Bookstore. b'anny Fern's new book, second series of hei Leaves. 1 Reginald Lyle, by Miss Pardoe. Rival Beauties, or Love and Diplomacy. Knickerbocker Magazine, for June. Behind the Scenes, by Lady Bulwer. Dickens's Household Words, for June. Aii the new books and magazines received ai fast as published, and for sale at JOE SHILLINGTON'S Bookstors, Odeon Building, corner 4i street NfcW AN1> IMPORTANT BOOKS.?Ia rael and the Gentiles, by Dr. Isaac Da Cost a. . Paley's Evidences of Christianity, with Notes and Additions, by Charles M. Nairne. Lectures delivered before the Young Men's Christian Association of London. Words to Win Souls, twelve sermons/by emi nent Divines of ihe Church of England. Letters and Remains of the late Rev. W. H Hewitson, 2 vols. The Works of the.Rev. Edward Bickersteth, It vols. Autobiography and Reminiscences ol the Rev Win. Jav, of Hath. Scripture Testimony to the Messiah, by John Pyne Smith, D. D. For sale by J GRAY & BALLANTYNE, 1MNB JEW ELKY.?I have Just received ' a new supply of the latest styles or Jewelry and have just finished a line lot of pure silvei ware, such as Tea Sets, Goblets, Cups, Spoons, forks. Ladles, Butter, Fish, and Pie Knives Napkin Rings, <kc., &c. All of which I will sei! at much lower prices than is usually asked forth* same quality ol goods at other establishments in this city, and will warrant every article as repre sented at time of sale. H. O. HOOD, 41b Pens. avenue, between 4j and 6lh streets. li VY hoot AND SHOE STOKE Sainuel W. Taylor & Co , have opened th? spacious New Store on Penn. avenue, next tc Messrs. Geo., & T. Parker's opposite Brow n't Hotel, lorthe sale of Ladies', Gentlemen's. Misses' Boy's and Servant s BOOTS, SHOES, GAlTLUS and SLIPPERS. In opening this establishment our aim is to Iks come popular by keeping good articles at vei y low prices. 07"Arrangements have been made with thebesl Northern Manufacturers for a regular supply ol every article exclusively to our order. By respectful attention to the wants of thost who will favor us with a call, we hope to merit iheir future confidence and patronage. S. W. TAYLOR & Co. Penn. avenue, opposite Brown's Hotel. Aug ???lw PUKE MJLVJBBWAftfe?A Magnificent assortment?M. W. GALT & BRO. call at tention to their unusually large assortment of Sil verware, consisting ol? Solid silver Tea Sets, complete. Silver Pitchers, solid silver Castors. Silver Cups and Saucers, Goblets. Silver Fish Carvers and Forks. Crumb Scrapers Cake Knives. Fruit Shovels, Sugar Sifters Jelly Spoons, Cheese Scoups, Pickle Knives and Forks. O ive Spoons, Salad Tongs, Vegetable Forks. Fruit Knives, Ice Tongs, Desert Knives. Soup, cream, and gravy Ladles. Ice Cream Knives. Salt Cellars. Napkin Rings, Butter Knives, Tea Strainers. Tea, Table, and Desert Spoons, and Forks ol every variety. Breakfast and dinner Coffee Spoons, &c. Also, a very large assortment of Fancy Silver ware, suitable for bedding, birth-day, and other presents. The above is by far the largest and most varied assortment ever offered to our customers. Being of our own manufacture, it is warranted pure sil ver, and offered at as low rates as similar good* can be purchased for in any city in ?hie country. 1 M. W. GALT & BRO., Sign of the Golden Eagle, Penn. a v.. between Wt h and 10th streets. ^ EOPLIPtt EDITION OK CHANNINCi. Work*.of Rev. Dr. Channing, in six volumes, bound. Price t'2 25. The same six volumes bound in three. Price two dollars. Memoirs of William Ellery Chsnning, 3 vols. Price f 1 75, with Portrait engiaved on steal. Ware on the Formation ol the Christian Char acter Price 50 cents. A large supply of the above 111st received at TAYLOR At MAURY'S March 10 Bookstore, near Ninth street P~"~ I, AY I NO CAHIMr-W.C.ZANTZlNGER has just received a very large assortment ol Ihe best American, English, and French Playing Cards of every description, and "St the most rea souable prices, wholesale atid retail. STATIONERS' HALL, Adjoining Kirkwood House. Pec 7?*?tsw2wif MK<4. com DEN CLARKE'S new Novel. The Iron Cousin, or Mutual Influence, by Mary Cowden Clarke, author of "The Complete Concordance to Shakspeare." Tegg's Dictionary of Chronolorv. lectures on the True, the Beautiful, and the f>ood, by M. N Cousin; increased by an Appendix rm French Art; translated by O. W. Wight. . TAYLOR V MAURY'S PB If SI ON LAWM,?Ttie last edition, com piled by the Commissioner of Pensions in 1.M9. In addition, the resolutions, laws, and ordi nances of the old Congress, showing the pay to of ficers ef the line and the staff'of the army, the hos pital department, and medical staff, and of the quartermaster's department: half-pay of the line under the resolve of Octol?er 21 st, 17S0; under other resolutions, to officers, to officers of themed ical department and medical staff, chaplains; and commutation pay under the resolution of March 22d. 1783; together with the names of the officers of the continental line ef the army in all the States who served to the end of the war, and acquired thr right of commutation pay ; with the names of officers killed in battle, or who died in service. Price 91 ; sent postage free to any part of the UnL ted Statea. For sale at TAYLOR & MAURY'S Roolrstore, Feb 14 Near 1* nth atreet HECKERS' FARINA, prepared ex pressly for families, a delicate and appro prime food for all seasout, and one of the most economical, nutritious, aud wholesome prepara tions ever brought to the table, eminently com bining the gratification of the palate with ample aud healthful sustenance of the body. Strictly speaking, Heckers' Farina is neither stringent nor laxative, but restorative, slrengen ing the digestive and absorbent system- In dis ordered bowels, diarrhae, dysentery, and even in cases of cholera, when food is deemed admissible by the physicians, Hvckers' Farina cannot fail to be salutary; and wheiever known is extensively used in hospitals and private practice. The pres ervation of health or the prevention of sickness is at least as important as the curing of disea-e. People in health should therefore use Heckers* Farina freely, as common food, to preserve the in estimable blessing. , For sale by grocers and druggists generally. Wholesale by Charles F. Pitts, 13 Commerce street, Baltimore; Dingee & Brother, 97 South Front street. Philadelphia; S. G. Bowdlearfc Co., 17 Lmig Wharf, Boston ; and by the manufactu rers, Meeker St Brother, at the Croton Mills, '201 Cherry street, New York. Heckera' Farina Jelly, made In double Boilers, which render burning or scorc.biug im possible, is now exhibited daily at the Fair of the Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute in Washington. Mar 8?2w. NEW NOVEL, by the author of "Mary Barton."?North and South, by the author of Crawford, the Moorlaud Cottage, See. Price 37i cents. Kings and Queens, or Life in the Palace; by John S. C. Abbott. Price $1. Just published, and for sale at TAYLOR & MAURY'S March 3 Bookstore, near 0th st. DUTCH HERRING?IS kegs, 1854, Vollen, Holland. For sale by SHEKELL BROTHERS, No. 40, opposite the Centre Market. Dec. 23?lw MADEIRA NUT8, latest growth ; 1 cask just received by SHEKELL BROTHERS, No. 40, opposite Centre Market. Jan 6?3lif Arrival of new English Juvenile and other Books.?Odds and Ends from an old Drawer, by Werdna Beinyu, M. D. Pippins and Pics, by Stirling Coyne. Charade Dram&s, for the drawing room.b/ Anne Bowman. Pleasures, Objects, and Advantages ol Litera ture, by the Rev. Robert Aris Willeuott. Heir of Selwood, by Mrs. Gore. Matilda Lonsdale, or the eldest sister, by Charlotte Adams. A Tour roimd my Garden. Hildred, the Daughter, by Mrs. Newton Cros and. , Dashwood Priary, or Mortimer's College Life. Horses and Hounds, a practical treatise on their management, by " Scrutator." Outlines of Chemical Analysis, prepared for the Chemical Laboratory tit Giewsen, by Dr. Heinrich Will; translated from the German by Daniel Breed, M. D., of the United States Patent Office. The Forest in Exile, by Cnpt. Mayne Reid. On Sals at TAYOR & MAURY'S Jan. *4 - Bookstore, near 9th st. PAPER MOISTEN BR?A New Inven tion for Moistening the leaves of a Copying Book Postage Stamps, Envelopes, and Moisten ng the Fingers when Counting Bank Bills; also useful for various other purposes. It will be found an indispensable article for every Desk. It is perfectly simple and cheap, and must come in to general use. The following are a few complimentary opin ions of the Press: Papkk Moistener.? \ new and very neat use ful invention for moistening post office stamps, envelopes, sheets in a copying book, counting hank bills, Sec. This does away with the disagree able method of moistening stamps, Sec., with the ongue. It is a patent article, vary simple and cheap, and will be universally adopted as soon as I i* seen.?Boston Transet iyt, Srpt. 1854. Paper Moistenek?A new invention for mois ening postage stamps, envelopes, sheets in a copying book, counting bank bills, &e. The common way of mo etening stamps with the tongue is very disagreeable aud inconvenient; also the usual way of wetting sheets in a copying book, by using a brush which has to be dipped in water, is inconvenient and very difficult to give paper an even moisture, which is very desirable for copying letters. This article obviates these ditficultics, besides being useful for various other purposes. It is also perfectly simple and cheap, and must come into general use.?[Boston Pott, Sept., 1854. , Paper Moisten**.?A newly invented and very useful little contrivance for moistening postage stamps and envelopes, and for wettir.g sheets in a copying boek, Arc. It costs but tittle, aud will save the tongue a good deal of Unpleasant work. [Boston Travellrr, Stpt., 1S54. /cent for Washington, TAYLOR At MAURY, Jan. 17 Bookstore, near 9th st. THE ART UNION OF LONDON. Plan , for the current year. The list is now ?pen and every subscriber of $5 50 will be entitled to : I. An impression of a Plate, by J. T. Willmore, A. R. A., from the original picture, by J. J. Chalon, R. A., " A Water Party." II. A volume containing thirty Wood Engra vings, illustrating subjects from Lord Byron's poem of''Child Harolde ;" and III. The chance of obtaining one ef the Prises to lie allotted at the general meeting in April, which will include? The right to select for himself a valuable work of art'from one of the public exhibitions. Statuettes in bronie of Her Majesty on horse back, by T. Thomeycroft. Copies in bronze, from an original Model in re lief by R. Jefferson, of " The entry of the Duke 6f Wellington into Madrid." Statuettes in porcelain or parian. Proof impressiens of a large lithograph, by T. H Maguire. after the original picture by W. P. Frith, R. A., " The Three Bows," from Moliere's "Bour geois Gentilhomme." Honorary Secretaries for Washington. Messrs TAYLOR Sc MAURY, Booksellers. Jan 24 OLENWOOD CEMETERY. This beautiful burial place of the Dead having just been dedicated with appropriate ceremonies for the purpose, is.now open for the reception of the remains of deceased persbns. The Mausoleum has capacity for a hundred >>odies, in which such friends ol the dead, a* may apply, can place the departed until they select sites for graves. The plan of the incorporators is one of equality n regard to tne lots, which will not be put up publicly for ssle, (although they usually brrng a premium,) making the early selections of lots the most desirable. Until an office is established in the city of Wash ngton, applications will be punctually attended to at the present office, in ihe east wing of the build ng on entering the Cemetery. Visiters are requested not t? drive fast through he Cemetery grounds. WM. S. HUMPHREYS. N. B. Glenwood is situated a short distance 'Ine north of the Capitol. Aug 27?.tm NKW BOOKS.? Plato on Immortality of the Soul, translated from the Gr?ek by Charles S. Stanford. Florence Egerton ; or. Sunshine and Shadows, by the author of Clara Stanley. Arc. Sketches of Western Methodism. Biographical, Historical, and Miscellaneous, illustrative of Pio neer Life, by Rev. Jas. B. Finley. For sale by GRAY ft BaLLANTYNK. THE NATIONAL HOTEL, IN thla city, will be re-opened for the re ception of guests on the 27th of this month. The removal of the Kitchen from the basement to the rear of the building, and the alterations in and about the Dining Rooms, will add greatly to the convenience and comfort of its guests. The table will be furn:shed with Ihe best the maikets can afford,and served in the best style, and no expense or labor will be spared to render the bouse, in every respect, equal to any in the country. The subscrilwr, therefore, truslsthal a generous public will continue the libersl patronage which has al ways been extended to the house. Persons de airing to procure rooms for the winter, can do so at any time after the 20th, by calling at the Hotel. E. D W1LLARD. Washington city, November 14, 1854, Nov 1<J?tf UNDER GARMENTS FOR THE SEA son.? The largest snd best assortment of all qualities, will be found at WALL At STEVENS, 322, Penn. avenue, next door to Iron Hall. Jan 5 (News.) s GREAT WESTERN MAIL ROUTE. tJKTY MILKS DISTANCE ?AVt'l> TO _ CHICAGO AND ST. LUu.a. me m?Ui. can Southern aud Northern Indiana Railru*4 Line, carrying the Great Western United StmEY Through Mail, have the following Mauuch first class steamers running on Lake Erie in couiieo tion with the New York aud Erie railroad from Dunkirk, touching at Clevelaud, and conneodng with their road at Toledo, and connecting directly with the Chicago and Rock Island railroad* at Chicago, in the same depot, thus forming a daily line for passengers and freight front New York tu the Mississippi river. Niagara, Captain Miller; Empire, Captain Mitchell; Keystone State, (.apt. Richards; Louisiana, Captain Davenport. Also, a Daily Line from Buflalo direct to Monroe by those well-known magnificent Floating Palaces, Empire State, J. Wilson, Commander, leaves Buffalo Mondays and Thursdays; Southern Michi gan, A. D. Perkins, Commander, leaves Buffalo Tuesdays aud Fridays; Northern Indiana, I. T. Pheau, Commander, leaven Buffalo Wednesdays and Saturdays. One of the above splendid steamers will eave the Michigan Southern Railroad Line l3oc< at 9 o'clock, p. in , every day, (except Sundays,; aud run direct through to Monroe, without landing, in 14 hours, where the Lightning Express Train wil be in waiting to take passengers direct to Chicago in 8 hours, and arriving next evening aller leav ing Buffalo. Running time from New York to Buffalo, four teen hoars. Running time from Buffalo to Monroe, fourteen hours. Running time from Monroe to Chicago, eight hours. Total thirty-six hours. Connecting at Chicago with a fine line of low pressure steamboats to all places north of Chicago to Green Bay; also with Chicago and Rock Island Railroad to La Salle, and there connect with llli nois River Line of Steamboats, or Express Train of Illinois Central and Chicago and Mississippi Railroads, or connecting at Rock Island with reg ular line of steamers for all points above and be ow, making the cheapest and most direct route to St. Louis, Rock Island, Minnesota, and the Great West. The American Lake Shore Railroads from Buf falo and Dunkirk connect with this bne at Toledo, forming the only direct and continuous line of railroads from the Atlantic Seaboard^p the Valley of the Mississippi. Running time toiChicago, 30 hours; to St. Louis, 56 hours. Four DaHy Trains, by railroad, all the way. Two Daily Lines, by steamers, on Lake Erie. Thus the traveller and shipper can see at a glance that no other liue can enter the lists as com pet i tors. Passengers ticketed through from New York with privilege of stopping over at any point ou the ront?, and resuming sent* at leisure, either by the New'York and Erie Railroad, via Dunkirk, New York and Erie and Buffalo and New York City Railroad via Buffalo; People's Line of Steamboats, Hudson River or Harlem and New York Central Railroads, via Albany and Buffalo. For any further information, through tickets, or freight, apply at the Company's Office, No. 193 Broadway, corner of Dey street, New York, to JOHN F. PORTER, General Agent, or L. P. DUNTON, Ticket Agent. gJnwTt yw ~~ IN VjGOHATING CORDIAL, T)URELY Vegetable in its composition. 'inis JL invaluable Cordial is 4xtroctedf rem Herbs nnu Roots, which have been found after years of ex perience, by the mosi skillful physicians, to be nov>essed of qualities the most beneficial in the diseases lor which it is recommended ; and hence whilst it is presented to the public h* uu elfica cious remedy, it is also known to be of thai char acter on which reliance may hit placed hs to us safety. In cases of Impotency, Ha>morrhages, Disordered Sterility, Menstruation, or Suppression of the Menses, Fluor Albus or Whites, or for Debility arising from any cause, such as weakness from sickness, where the pntient has been confined to bed for some time, for lemale* after confinement, abortion or miscarriage, this cordial cannot be excelled in its salutary effects or in loss of muscular energy, irritability, physic*. Crostration, seminal weakness, palpitation of the eart, indigestion, sluggishness, decay ol the-pro creative functions, nervousness, &c., where a tonic medicine is required, it will be found equal if not superior to any compound ever used. To Females*?Henry's Invigorating Cordial is one of the most iuvaluable medicines in the many complaints to which females are subject. It as sists nature to brace the whole system, check ex cesses, and creates renewed health and happiness Less suffering, disease, und unhappiness among ladies would exist, were they generally to adopt the use of this cordial. Ladies who are debilitated by those obstructions which females are liable to, are restored by the use of a bottle or two to bloom and to vigor. Young Men.?That solitary practice, so tlHnl to the existence of man, and it is the young who are most apt to become Its victims, from an ignorance of the danger to which they subject themselves, causes Nervous Debility, weakness of the system and premature decay. Many of you may now be suffering, misled as to the cause or source of dis ease. To those, then, who by exces* hnve brought on themselves premature impotency. involuntary seminal emissions, weakness and shriveling ol the genital organs, nervous affection, or nny wther consequences of unrestricted induig?'iii> nf the sensual passion*, the Dfrr.fiiitv ni ri) nouncing the felicities of Marriage, lessening l?mh mental and U?itiv ca pacity, holo' Henry's Invigorating Cordial, a medi cine that i* purely vegetable, will an! nature to re store those important functions to a healthy state, and will prove of service to you. It parses**** rare virtues, is s general remover of disease and strengthener of the system. As a Tonic Medicine, it is unsurpassed. We do not place this cordial on a footing with quack medicines, and, as is customary, append a long list of recommendations, certificates, Sir., begili ning with " Hear what the Preacher says."-ond such like; it is not necessary, for '? Henry's Invig orating Cordial" only nerds a trial to prove that it will accomplish sll we #sy. The Genuine "Henry's Invigorating Cor dial " is put up in eight oe. pauneT bottle*, and is easily recognised by the manufacturer'* signature on the label of each bottle, (to counterfoil which is forgery.) fefe.Sokl for $2 per bottle; six for $N; sir ??r oozen. Prenared only by S. E. COHEN, No. 3, Franklin Row, Vine street, below Eighth, Philadelphia. Fa. to whom all orders must be addressed. For *ale by all respectable druggifrts and merchants through out the country ; and by W. H. GILMAN, Washington. M O CANBY 4r HATCH, Baltimore PEEL V STKVF.NS 4 It*Vnn.i? v, JOHN l|. HUTIIMANN, Importer and | Dealer In Wine, Ilrandy, Cigars, Ate. Pennsylvania avenue, south side, between Fourl and-a-Halt and Sixth streets, has received his lu* stock and assortment of the above, consisting in part of? Madeira, Sherry, Port of various grade*. Cham pagne, in quarts and pints, different 'fands. A great variety of Rhine Wine, some of it sparkling. Also, St. Peray sparkling red and while Claret at prices from $3 00 per dosen to the highest order. And numerous other kinds of Wine. Also, very superior Cognac, pale and dsrk; Scheidam Gin, Jamaica Rum, fine old Whis key, Irish'Malt, Cordials, and Havana Clears. TAKE NOTICE. NEW JtfHT RBi ElYKI). I) W. BROWNING, MERCHANT TAILOR, ? under the United Slates Hotel, would re spectfully inform his customers and the public generally, that he has just received New Fall and Winter Goods, in great variety. Such as Cloth*, C-assimeres, and Vesting*, of the latest importa tion, and is prepsred to hsve them made op at the shortest nonce, in the moat fashionable man oer, and at low rates of prices. Having made arrangement* to go into the " Ready-made Clothing business" extensively this season, he feels confident thst he can offer to those wishing to purchase a stock of Cothing, not inferior to nny in this city, and not made up at the north. ** i* usually the case with work sold here; but cut in hi* own estsblishment, snd nisde by our own. needy citisens in this dull season, at low ratea of prices. He is enabled, therefore, to compete with northern work in point of prices and as to quality and style, he will leave I or those who favor him with s call to judge. He can sell whole *uit?, Coat, PaHfs, and Vest, at the following low rate*: Good suit for business purpoae*, out of cloth or ca*?imere, for tbe*mall sum of... (15 Dress snd Frock Coats, from $10 to $20 Over-coats of different styles, from... .$12 to $25 Black and fancy Pantaloon*, from.~>. .$.'! .OO to $10 Silk and velvet Veats, from *..62 f>0 to $10 This stock of Clothing is of a superior quality, and ha* been made up since he received the fall and winter fashions. He keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of fancy nrticlea?such as gloves, cravats, collars umbrellas, drc. Sole sgent for the ssle af Scott's Keport o Fashions in thia city. Sept 14?If