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\IV pV r ??veml ol our citizen.. Xr R,:sr,;rw - *?* *??? Eleven pm? . Kjxty chance ?t S5. " HooUiow*. near Ninth ?treei. Tl"' L.IKE VM> CDRKR. L ,?f th- ?'oiinte>? of Hle?*in*ion Hftrprfe Story Hook lor April I^><> i.isV Practical Uironniuy Jiint published Hint /or ?ale }>v Apnlio R FARNIIAM. Wv ?} t HicrT;i(t i-NHtf,. ilm ?i i! " "V AUl KV announce that at !i?- M.^non ?i several of our citizens -lie |.h lur*. now on exhibition at their More, will j) ,or- Un-' " l'"*** - <10 chance, at S5. I tool, '-lore near nth ?:reet. April 7. ^fiul C* ' ' '"IttCioUY. ^ " ' h " ?Rectory. published. ?f tHThmT.Tr'?ry '?r ,lu* 8eco,"i J mlria < ongre** of the United Stair. ;h!,: ,u tavlor & maurvs, : : 'k*tore. n.ar Ninth .trect M V I itVLOK ?v 5>?Julia KavauaghV new novel. ? l'?IHsr 75 cenln, cloth SI. .?*', 1m Hottmon. with portrait; price SI 25 .|,, | "'\ Ahee-l, or the First Stroke ami Vr :K A- H"r: l'r"'e SI *r>. prices, ,n">or",-Tr^ ?I?tV Entertainment, I he ?'??>.) ? .Southern Story, by M ' 111?I i; I n?? Nil si ? 17 .''"Oli-iort-. near Ninth at reel. CASH MfJSIC AND PIANO STOKE _ OP waters ?!<!.< rt roadway. New Vork. x,,r . ' ' ' TI"N T? T,Il: ^MMNATION. ? A. wltEATLY REDUCED RATES \"i?lTHsrAJi!)l!V(; THE COMHU xl 'Mi llion M? ?. i>^rr <0 keep up l'e H VmivJ'rV ",'1 " ?he interest... m ' v refusal to extend J M Uim, the courteaie* of the trade, he ? dence iha!"!,P"r** h??v,"ir "hundant evi n ", n I ' 'f '??"?'"*'"'nce and P r " hi" "ppo^tion t. the Great Monopoly and V 'Ij"" 10 N"1,v* Tult,n'- nnJ H<iop, the N; ?? Currency. nlk Mool; of American and ,.i 'n' flnd 'he calalague , ! |"iM!?'rilion<% }n one p?j the laiveal and Mrulin 1 'tednction ,n the F.ices of Pi&nos, Hl"' Mu'ical In*truinent> of all kindst 'n^rVT; ?,1'1 *vr for SI75, f20<?, meiiti" ?? " ''n"r ?' j" lualay, and inMru .. " a"r ^"r ible u.? tho-e which . .. t sum I ..?,o* of every variety ol Mvle and p ice up to bi.000 comprisinr th.t-e ol fen dil er in rnnnulaciorieH; among il.em ihe celebrated iiKrfjrn i in pro wd Horace VHlrn- ^Tni \/ i ' l,r**'n""" ^Eolean Pl.tHox of T Crtt BEST nd hand I i a no* ?! sreat harg!,u,? Prices iron. S10 *150 MeludeoiiH fro,J live ,!,? l lv y ?r,e* ?'"??'"ling the well-known S D Sc peraLnUTVt ? ? 'Z ,hf" ?lu?l Price "r in,|l,e United Stateii. In. e> U *ii0 S/0. $100. $115, #i-ir, s 13r? ?l5o 2"" * V'\U.l,t4f nank Melodeoni- $-00 Each P.?noand Vlel de<;uKu rant.ed. The Ll term, o hetrade m-Lool, .Vc U'J ,)t-r cent d,soouni luend'dT" M ( A" ""Jerx promptly rJi , IO a" Pa"- of the coun ry, po,i ,jJt. reduced rales. CJeneral and -elect (.iitnlnguc* and Schedule* of price* of \Iu or'cha"1" "'^vurd.-d to any addre,, free ? 1 L_ 1 el> 16?d3m M'u^ i STOWE'8 NEW Work?I he May Flower and Miacellane om, Writing, by Harriet lieecher St.,we e oirntry Netghltorbood, by Mi?a E A Du puy. author ot The Com.pir.tor, 6tc ?c tra.^'^A |F,W. Pf,,icipiea of Cheim.iry, illu? 'L ' Adapted i?|ieciallr for claaoes. lb5U?3.| S,^,?,rbe? Psri". d?riug the year. J?n?t published and lor ?ale .n April JTAYLOR MAURVS Pooka,are, _ near 9th at. F aZ'?*tL >,, u hv'> iuimp pen. Perry v < i I i M '* 'ni""?'??"?ured by i London. expre?Iy tor Mr?ra Tav ori: Maury, will be lound unequalled in all the requirement, ol a good Meel I'en ? ohl in lioxe*. price SI, at TAVLOR i: MAURY'S April 17 U"d >,at'?"ery S?ore, "ear ?nh at. ?THUGCJLK^-Tl.? Coui* A ..ui .-.'u^Ip anionic the Nations ol the Earth or the Political Event- ol the neX, F^een W ? |Cf,? '? ?rcordance will, Prophe. ie* in Ez^' k-el, Daniel, and the Apo^ alyp^. P " tze* JiVm/z":,1" Taylor & maury*s __ '*?okatore, near Ninth ?treet. IUE MISSISSIPPI AND ATLANTIC CONNECTED! UNITED STATES MAIL HnilTi?. <JNLY 56 HOURS FROM ST IXJUIS Tf> \!Pui WRK' AND ?; HOUr/to CINCINNTC* ( ! t IUILROAU V rtu only haUro,ud Rout, f rom the Imwct T1WK r?n? Mloth* At/a,,tie.' ~ T. Uicltf t0 chicago O.VLT 20 HOUR? 7 ^ W1 'VCHESTER leave. th?. Alton whari loat at sj. i.,. the^?iSN22EU*u'Pled>^1 7o'c,ock " ?n. an/ s. uS", s,r;, '?b' A"?" *"?" ?> ?'""n,'rl M Alton (only 2ft mile* ?pring^ield^'blc^mingtoV0'. ASA. I.K CHICAOO, AND THE EASTERN'CITIES ' IWnger. leaving S,. Lo,,,. ?v llM! Reindeer cemf i :V"" "* A,tu" (^?rd.y ? real. P' ' ** "" U,e rv"n,nf tram. 0e^,rd^I^/^^;-7P^rl".0o,. road A.U,Th r"lr0'd'. CO,,n"c,'? -Tl tbeT.Tl" ro,.,; river, a, and alH,ve the Upper Rap,d?! a/weTw to |^int? on the ilhnoi. river at and abova Pek.n I he traiu, ol the C. and M. railroad connect at w "iv^. V,rden, Springfield, and Bloommgton rr:^" uTX""0" ~"h c^?T;CT ?? Southern the M.ch.gan Central, and >ork and Erie railroad*. St Lotim 1*- TICKETS TO CHICAGO and all .h termed o?c place*, cm be had at the wharf Ikmi and on the railroad packet., and at the office* of the >hic?go aad ?li?...wpp,, lllmoia Ce?,r.| ,0l) ^hh'Hjro ami Lock Uland raiJrondp. E. KEATING, Sup't C. At M. R. R. \ V*UK: M"> ?? IH53.? The under XI 'tned ha? .h,, day 0|H-r,ed an orfice, No. 42 i?n. >ir?>-t, (Merchant* Exchange,) for the ,unL ?" " ,''*n,'r,,l brokerage biiaine*. >.. ?e andcnrv""n'r,,C' M"rt,ad- ?"Vernu,e,.,f i?te. and . Ity - -cirine* HIld * f foiitiAHorv Qn** ? KiIIm s.t u i"**ciiHicil ' ??<? 'o-na ' ??-ManI EL k HART. 'r H E I; M>EH*!t. N tiUutter U eir-ervliT, A to proaecut" claim, ol ev?*rv ? '"re Congrea# and the Afferent 'l!p?rtn."iu^,^e loversiuem 1 o"^ ?irt.ee on MT- ,ir*?i. o^,H?llt Wilwrd* Hotel Qep JU- It BROWN WINTER OARTLEm AMERICAN EXP|V>K X) Kxprdltloii?Personal narrative ofex p orauon.and mcident* in Texa*, New Mex.co Oalilornia, Sonora, and Chihuahua, v '. R Ban' lett. I nited State. Commiasioner doni... that w nod in two volume., with map* ano Il.iatration. The Htve of the IVc Hunter, a r*t^?L: ?i ?cenerv "and* ,,f l't"''ul,"r American cnaracer, *? enery. and ruiai ,,y , J< Thori*, author o Tom Uwen, .he Iter Hunter* fcc . illaMrated by*lcctch<?? Iroin n-mtrf. " ,,OVd' ^ 'Proline Thoma* l>nr lariah, or aunai* ol PH*tor and Iu?t received nud lor ?ale by ' R FARNHAM '--on., r ol I'enn ov-niie a.ifl 11th *i CHOW UUuTl.*.-.briber *?pp|y of ,h'e bnadleajuat received at Taylor v maurvs K TAKE NOTICE, Il> W' now on hitiKi a lar^e asuortuii'in ol every description of Spectacle*. from the lowest price 10 the very best quality used, and having >>een IV>r a long time engaged in manufac turing n?d adjusting Glasses for the pio?l difficult an<1 defective visions.therefore can with confidence guarantee 10 benefit ami improve the s ght ot a'l whi need. ''.ill at 1lb. Pennsylvania avenue. Sign "I th urne Spread liable- A O HOOP Feb 7 [Organ.| 117 *tv ii r.s, jehi;lhv, *ilveh TT and Pluied Ware hi Reduced Price*?lii anticipation of the approaching dull season, wc oiler i ur entire stock of elegaul Gold Watclnw Kicli Jewelry. Pure Silverware Arc . at great I v reduced rate*. PeriK>ns would do well to examine our assort ment which u by far lh?* largest, most fashionable and best selected ever offered to our customers. M. W. GALT A* B K O., 324 Peuu. avenue, between 8th and 9th street.". Feb 16?3tif ll> (;i.((VL>i.?A fresh supply of (Kent's li. ht-? olured Kid Gloves at .STEVENS'S Feb 24?9tW Sales Room. BfOVtl'l Hotti. Amf.hican engineering, illus trated by branches of mechanical arts, sta tionary, uiHrine. and locomotive engines, manu facturing machinery, printing presses, tools, griai, steam, saw, and roiling mills, from building*, A'c of the newest and mo-t improved construction, by G Weisaenbom. Civil Engineer; parts one and two now ready. SI each. Sole nireni^ lor Washington. TAYLOR tc MAURY. Apr 14 Bookstore, near Dth ?(. ("lOURT OF CLAIMS?ingested suuima j rv und alphabetical list ol private claims which have been presented to the House of Rep resentatives from the First to the Thirty lirst Con gress, exhibiting the action of Congress on each, claim, with reference to the journals, report*, bills,. A" c.. elucidating Us progress, compiled by order of the Hoii-e of Representatives. A few copies for sale by K. FARNUAM. Apr 14 NOKTH AM) SOUTH, bj tbe author of ??Mary Barton.'' "The Moorland Cottage.' ?? Crawford," Acc. 37i cents. Kings nnd Queens. o? Life in the Palace, by John S C. Abbott, new edition, just received and for sale bv R FARNUAM. March 3 A NEW EDITION. IN ONE VOLUME Of Mr. Kingslky's Popular Work. HYP A II A; Or New Foes with an Old Face, By ihe autnor ? f " Yeast." "Alton Locke." Arc. 1 vol. l2mo, Price $1 25 OF the author of " Hypalia" the Loudon Spec tator ?ay*: "Take him all in all, Englniiu has no literary man of his years who can set up beside hiln h- his e<|Ual in variety and ijtialit} of endowments and in richness of promise " " Unsurpassed by any kindred work in ihe Eng lish language "?National iHlrlhgeuetr. Published by CROSBY, NICHOLLS A' CO.. Haston ; and Ibrsale hi Washington by Taylor & .vjaury. I ter balani-e. in universal Use. Price $1. April 21 Bookstore. near 9th si. IMPORTANT BOUNTY-LANO llOOk. Just its lied, a second edition of Triplet t'a Pen non and Bounty Land Laws, containing the new bouuiy-land'act of 1S5\ and embracing a digest of j all .he law*, decisions, and forms, relating lo pen sions; to officers and soldier* of the revolution, their widows and children ; to army and militia invalids and their widows; to navy and murine invalids, their widows and children ; and to bounty lands provided for by every act from the Revolu tion te, and including that of March 3, 1865; so arranged as to be intelligible lo every claimant. This work is highly recommended by the Com missioner of Pension-. Price $2, mailed free to any part of the United States, (except California.) TAYLOR Ac MAURY, Bookstore, April 21 near 9th at. LAW NOTICE. I SHALL hereafter have an office perma nently in Washington for the practice of my profession, and will give careful attention to any business entrusted to my charge in (he Supreme Court, the Court ol Claims, in the Land, Pateni, or Pension, offices, or in any of the Department*. Business from the Southwest may be sent to me through V. H. Ivy, Attorney at Law, New Or leans, who has been associated with me in the practice in that city, and who will continue to at tend to any busiuess there which may be placed in my charge. J. D. B. DE BOW, Late Superintendent of Census. Washington, D. C., April 20, 1855. Apr 21?lawlm LAW NOTICE. Brown, Stanton, and Walker. WM. T. BROWN. FRED. P. STANTON, and J. KNOX WALKER, have formed a partnership for practising law in the Supreme Court of the United Slates, and the Court of Claims in Washington, and in the Courts of Ten nessee. Offices in Washington and Memphis. One of the parties will always be found at either place, and letters addressed lo them will receive prompt attention. April 21?tfeod COUKT OF CLAIMS, Washington City, I). C. IN additlou to the Practice of Lav*, as here tofore, in all the Courts of ihe District, snd in the Supreme Court of tbe United States, ths un | designed will devote himself assiduously lo the l Prosecution of Clsnn* against the Government, in the above Court, (established in this city by si t ; of Congress, approved March, 1855,) which has cognizance of all claims arising under the Consti tution, or founded upon sny la a- of Congre-s, or upon sny regulation of sn Executive Department, or upon any contract, express or implied, with the Government of the United Stales, or any of its of ficers or sgents. When the claim is established in this Court, and an appropriation made by Congress for the purpose, Ihe claimant will be paid at the Treasury of the United States. All Clsims sgainst the Government must heoce forth be prosecuted in ssid Court, snd not before Congress ss heretofore. M. THOMPSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. . Washington ClTY. D. C. April 21?lmtf / 1 RACE I.K.I-:, by Julia Kavanah, author vX of Daisy Burns, Madeleine. Nathalie, Vc The Summer Land; a Southern Story, by a child of the sun Just published snd for sale by R. FARNUAM, April 10 Corner Penn. avenue snd llth si. AMI'lMSIkllT %M1 A ftU nuciltAL T?ea?i** on Per*pf*<iivr lor 'tegifinrrn. sin,. pns?-<i int the u?e ol juvenile students and ama teurs in architecture. painting, dec.., also adapted lur school* and private instructors, fourth -dition, revi-ed and enlarged, by George Pavne artim ? eighty sn illustrations, 78 cents. Rudiments of the Art of Building, in five sec tions ?u. 1. General principles of construction, 2 Materials used ?i bnilding; 3. Strength of ma terials, 4. Uaeof materials; 5. Working drawings, specifications. and estimates, illustrated with 111 woodcuts, by Edward Dobson, author of the Rail ways of Belgium, dec. Element* of Mechanism, elucidating the scien tific principles of the practical construction ol machines, lor the uae of school* and students in mechanical engineering, with numerous speci mens ol modern machines remarkable for their utility and ingenuity, illustrated with 243 engrav ings, by T Maker, author of Railway Engineering dec. Jnsi received sn? itir ?mb'M the Bookstore ot R H A R NHA M. corite* '?' ur str?-#*f <rid Penn sylvania avenue. V l w IIOO KM AT TAYLO K A Ai Maury's.?^An American among tbe entals,' including an Audience with the Su and a visa to ihe interior of a Turkish Hare m J t. P. Boulden. M. D ; price 75 cents. The Turkish Empire, embracing religion, man ners, cualoins, ftr.., by Edwsrd Joy Morris, price 75 cents Tbe Neighbor's Children, from ihe Germsn. by Mrs. S. A. Myers, 2 vols.; price $1 25. N-hmucker'* Lutheran Manual, with formula of discipline, See.; pnee SI. ? Rand * Medical Chemistry for Students ; price Bookstore, near ifth street May 8 IIMt-,: 1.1MB t LI ME!--To Plasterers _J anil Huilders.? We have now on hand, at ^hhLi 5* Patent Kilns, one thousand barrela of Lime, and are now making two hundred barrel* daily which we will aell od the l>e*t term*. W e would call the partII nInr attention of filas ierera to this superior article of Lime. It is (ree irom coal cinders or other sediment, it being burnt altogether by wood which makes u a very ?tf|>erior aiiicle lor plastering, while coaling, and hard finishing Give us a call, and you shall be pleased. ?? I. SEELY ir (JO Jul* 27?tf A H K K OTH! I'. Housekeeper* and other* are reiitui.irti' i mt the (inlawing li-( <>< article* ht?? of th** very t>e~i description, and esn !>e purchased Iroiii the Mibscrilicrou tts low tcrius is any oiner house in the city. A li>rge assort ineni and supply always on hand' Oil# ol' all kinds Queens wnr, Paints, Rrusbe* Camphine Clocks Varnish, Ump?, Turpentine. Chutielicn Window Gin** Girondole* China, > Vase*. iCarthenu hw Dritannia wart-. (Was* Art-.. i-4-. As. troods seul to any pari of' tfio city free ot eh.irge <'<?untrv dealers will do well to call O S WHITT iKSEY, 7th street <> inowi" Nelden A' Wither*'* Hank Msr I' (Star.) CLOTIIINC. A Complimentary Card nnd luvlnuloii to thr Piililtc. UTfTHPM 1 HAVE EARNED ONE HUN When I W DUE1 MONEY. I will trade on one hundred dollars, and when I hove earned one thousand dollar*. I will ihuU upon one thousand dollars, and no increase my business ami capital in pro|?or lion." I will never take credit or give my owu promise to pay notes, l.nt will pay cnsh lor all my good* when purchased. I will keep down my ex pense*, and will not pay hiirh enormously high rent*, nor live alxive my income and will deal fairly with nil men. Maxims like these and lor mer experience in the wholesale and retail manu facturing, a* well a* the import and export trade* during tlie*e lust live and twenty years, have en abled GEORGE P. KUX.I'.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 lew years ntro. to be the present sole proprietor ot the store (25 feet front by 105 feet deep) opposite Pearl street, NO. JI'JI BROAD WAV. It is also equally true thai wnh irjoney, cash in hand, POX?GEORGE P. FOX?has, during the past few months, made extensive purchases, ill ruinously low prices, ol line CLOTHS, KASHIONAHI-K VBST1KOS, CASSDIKIIKS, 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 nnd the airconutances of hard times, (A D 1*54.) __ FOX?GEORGE P FOX?while most thankful to the public for the liberal patronage received, still maintains his reputation tor nt all times sell ing the most fashionable of Custom. Pattern, and Correit Fitting. READY 51 A 1)K OARMKXTM, Dress. Frock Coats,Overcoats, Vests, Pantaloons. Cloths. Ca*siineres. Velvet Ve*tines, Sec.,See., 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 laboring class of Journeymen Tailors; and others who are Buffering dreadful privations for want of employment, and therefore offer*. on and after this dnt'. until ihe beginning of the year 1855, the re?oiitces of his m ignificent Tailoring Establish ment. free of profit on the cost of all his goods, combined with his own gratuitous services, to his friends ami the public, to be considered as a *ort of present HOLIDAY 011 NEW YEAR'S GIFT! exampleizing wealthy gentlemen, United Slates Departments, the Executive, Officer* of the Army and Navy, Bankers, Foreigners, Citizens. th? prt s ent imperative duty of solvent tradesmen nnd merchant* to employ their fellow-rum. aid and assist the inauguration ol a better state ol trade all over the world from the commencement of the New Year, one thousand eight hundred and fifty five. I am. fellow-citizens, (representing one of the links of Commerce,) yours truly, ever grateful and obligwd, GEORGE P. FOX, _ United States leader of Fashion*. ^ a Headquarters, No. 321 Broadway. : L. 8- : ^ GEORGE P. FOX. j' * Dec 19? RARE PENSION BOOKS.?" Lauds In Illinois to Soldiers of the Lnte War," giving the names of each soldier to whom a patent was 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 Rolls of Indiana and North Cart* lina. List of Pensioners of the United States under the act of ISth of March, l^S, showing the rank and line in which each served. Virginia Muster Rolls. Virgwiia Pay Rolls. List of Rejected and suspended Pensions with the reason* lor the rejection or suspension For sale in W*?hingion by TAYLOR At MAURY, WANTED?A Situation as Teacher ot English, Mathematics, and Latin; also, the rudiments of Greek, if desired All of which will be taughl in the most approved manner. Th# applicant is an experienced teacher, ot good address, and will furnish the best references, both in regard fo character and ability. None but a liberal salary need l?e offered For particulars, address SETH FRINK, s?tf Pittafield. Massachusetts. nESTI,KMEK> l)l!l>S SHIRTS, ol best quality. -A large assortment, at the lowe?i market prices, constantly on hand, WALL i- STEVENS, IW2. Penn avenue, next door to Iron Hall. Jan 5 (News.} OFF1CI II. ARMY AMD NAVY REGIS TER for 1655. The Navy Register for the Untied States for the year 1865. Official Army Register for 1855. Just published and for sale at TAYLOR & MAURY'S Feb. '21 Bookstore, near 9th street NOVELTIES, Inventions, and Curiosities in Arts and Manufactures?Price 50 cents Gay's Fables, profusely illustrated. The Ladies' and Gentlemen's Letter Writer. Shooting, by R. Blakey. J list imported from PIngland by taylor <v Maury. Oct 1* Bookstore near 9ih st. rpHE YOUTH OK MADAME DE LON. J[ gtieville, or new Revelations of Court and Convent in the seventeenth century, from the French of Victor Cousin, by F W. Ricord. Faggots for the Fireside, or F?ets and Fancy by Peter Parley. Just received and for sale by Nov 13 R. FARNHAM ENTK* SC ARFS. TIES, CRAVATS, Ac. X Everv variety of size, style, and shape ot new and desirable Searfs, Napoleon T.es, Cra vats. Sec., of late importation, and at moderate prices, at STEVENS'S Dec 7?3tif Salesroom, Brown's Hotel. V E W Y E A R ' S PRESENTS.?M. W GALT flt BRO. wili open this day a magnifi cent assortment ol Watches, Jewelry. Silver Ware, and Fancy (roods, suitable for presents, to which they invite the attention of purchasers. M W OALT St BROTHER, Jan .'l-fh Penn. ??., I?etw 9th and 10th ?t. VARIETY HOOT AND SHOE STORE. VVTHITE SATIN AND KID BOOTS W and Slippers. Ju*t received a general as sortment of Ihe al*tve; workmanship and maieris of the best. Also an elegant supply of Toilet Slipper*, em bracing Ihe French embroided. Wilton, anil Ve/ vet GEO. BURNS, .110 Pennsylvania avenue. Adjoining Patterson's Drug Store rpilE UNDERSIGNED would rcspect 1 fully inform his ft tends and citizens gene rally that he has resumed the Grocery business, and I" now located at the corner of Pennsylvsnia avenue and Thirteenth street, where will be found a choice selection of Groceries, Teas. Wines, Liquors. Cigars, Arc. Special attention is invited to his assortment ol Teas, Liquors, and Cigars. The above goods are all of the best quality, nnd for sale very low for cash. R. D. TWEEDY,' Corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Kith street, , south side. Nov ,1?dlw&eolw (JROWSKPfl YEAR OP THE WAR.? ; J A Year of the War. by Adam O. De Ooii-u rowski, a citiien of the United States, Just published, and lor sale at TAYLOR k MAURY'S, Feb J Near 9th st. I KIVUM KA1LKOA1). Summer Arrangement. rs rawwaan N'K w York to and from ^^JBr=W:J'ALBANY AND 1roy ?On and 1 alter Monday. May "v 18-r>4, the trains wi" '??>? as i follow* : GOING NORTH. Leave New York, from the otliue 001. *.r >?'' i < 'hambers street and College Place, al 0. a. in. Expre** Irani tor Albany and % r >y connecting with Northern and Western hhi-ik Through in 4 hour.- lrom Chamber* street. 7, a. in. Poughkeepsie Wuy Pa**euger Traits, stopping at all stations, and carrying way mail fro*u New York to Poughkeepsie. *, a. m. Mail Train Cor Albany and Trov slop i i>intf at Peekskill, Garrison's, Cold Spring, Finn j kill. New Hamburg, and at all mail station* north of Poughkeep*ie. 10, a. in. Peekskill Way Passenger Train, stop ping at all nuiious. 1*2. hi. Way Train lor Albany and Troy, Musoing at Yonkers.Tarrytown, Sing Sing. Crugers, Peeaa kill. Cold Spring, Fishkill, New Hamburg, Pougn keepsie. Hyde Park, Rhinebeck, Harrytown Ti voli, Oakhill. Hudson. Coxsackie, Stuyvesaut. au<% Ca-ileton ; and connecting with the KxpressTrain leaving Albany at 6.30, p. in., for Buffalo, and at Troy with Northern Trains lor Montreal. 1, p. m. Poughkeepsie Way, Freight, and Pas senger Train, stopping at all station*. 5, p. in. Way Train for Albany and Troy, mop ping at Dobbs's Ferry, Sing Sing, Peekskill, yold Spring. Fishkill. New Hamburg. Poughkeepsie. and at all station* north. ?1.10, p. m. To Poughkeepsie, stopping ai ?I1 'vny slut lolls. I, p. in. Express Trains to Albany and Troy, stopping at reekskill, Fishkill. Poughkeepsie. Rhinebeck, and Hudson connecting at Albany with, the Western Express Tr>'n ??< II. t> m.. far Uiilliilo. ' 'i.'iO, p. ??i To b - lr > 11 ?ii<ni>i>)( at ?'! v stations ? ?i.yo. p in Emigrant mt't Kreufbi Tram for Al bany s'xl Tfiv -fop.eng -? ?:l Tm.f Talilr turns II) ii T-, Turrvmu'ii ?oppilut at all way ?1 lll'llli t>OI \ i? SOUTH l/t'?V(-? Troy at >! '<?' a ill., an<t Albany >?i 4.45. Ii II, Express Passeiixei rr = Hi 'i?r Npfc York. Mortiing ii Hudson rthi;, ? Fishkill. and Peekskill leaves Troy al 4 .45 ?. in., ant) Albaiiv at * a. in. Wuy Mail 4lid Passenger Train for \J-w '? nrli. -topping ot all mail stations Leave- Troy at 830, a. m., and Albany at 8.45, a. in. Express Train lor New York, stopping only at Hudson, Rhinebeck. Ponghke?i/sic Ki-bkill. and Peekskill. Leaves Troy at 10.45. a. iu.. and Albany at II, s. m. Way Train, stopping at ('a* tie ton, Stuyve sant, Coxsackie, Hudson. Oak hill Tivoli, Bnriy towu, Hhinebeck, Stantsbuqj, Hyde Park. Pough keepsie, New Hamburg, Hshkill. '?M Spring, Garrison's, and Peekskill. Leaves Albany at 1.45, p. in. Way. Freight, and Passenger Train far Powrhkeepsie. stopping at all station*. Leaves Troy at 4.'10, p. ni., and Albany at 4.45, p. in. Express Trnm stopping only at Hudson, Rhinebeck, Poughkeepsie. Fishkill, ami Peekskill. Leaves Troy at 4.30, p. m., and Albany at 4.45, p. in., from Albany. Milk. Freight, mi*1 P.-sen ger Train, stopping at all stations LEAVE POUGHKEEPSIE FOR N ?V V RK. At 4.30, a. in Wav Freight Train. slopping at nil stations. At?>30, a. iii. Way Passenger Train, -topping at oil Time Table -lotions except Manhattan At 4. p. in. av Passenger Trim siii|i|>tni< nt all stations. LEAVE PEEKSKILL FOR NEW YORK At '3.30, a. in., and 3.'20. p in., stuppirg ?<? all way stations. LEAVE SING SING FOR NEW YORK At 6, a. m., stopping at ull way station s', Passengers are requested to procure tick ets before entering the cars. Tickets purchased in the cars will be 5cents extra. Trains will stop a su cirnt time at Poughkeep sie for refreshments. Freight forwarded to i.e west and north as ex peditiously. safely, and neaply as by any other line. ED UND FRENCH, Superintendent. New York, May 8, 18' May 10?tleo Defendants. Hill tor Injunction. In the Circuit Court In the District of Columbia, sitting in Chan eery. Christopher Adams,complainant vs. James Guthrie, Amos Adams, Isaac N. Comstock, Samuel Byingtou.and Richard Wallach, Til IS bill of complaint in the above stated cause states,that the said complainant,on orabout the twenty-tiith day of November, A. D , 1851, entered into a contract with the United Slates government, agreeing to supply the government with five mil lion of brick for the extension of the Capitol. That said complainant, on or at>out the 12th day of Jan uary. A. D 1852, assigned to one Samuel Strong, the said contract; the said Strong agreeing and promising to pay to said complainant the sum ot lour thousand dollars. Tne bill further states that the said Strong, on or about the ,2d day of February, A. D. 185'2, as signed the said contract, or one moiety thereof, to Amos Adams and Isaac N Comstock, of the city of Albany and State of New York, and received from the said Adams and Comstock their obligation or promise for the payment of four thousand dollars, or thereabout, as well as a lien of thirty per cent, on the moneys to be paid by the government on said contract, until the said >um of four thousand dofars should be paid ; which lien said Strong duly assigned to the complainant in this bill. The bill further states that sometime in the year 1852 the said Amos Adams and Isaac N. Comstock as signed their right, title.and interest in the contract to one Samuel Byington as partner and associate ol Richard Wallach, the said Byington and Wal lach having notice of the said lien of thirty per cent, on the moneys to lie paid by the government on said contract. The object of said hill is to obtain an injunction against said defendants inhibiting th? said James Guthrie, and all persons acting for him, from paying the said moneys to any of the defend ants, or their representatives, and the defend ants and their re-presentatives from receiving the said money* until the sum ot thirty-six hun dred dollars, and the interest thereon, should be paid to \*>e complainant or his legal reprrtenta lives, anfl ?uch other and father decree as to this court shall seem right and proper. The said Amos Adams and the said Isaac N. Comstock, named in the caption and body of the bill, still residing in Albany as aforesaid, beyond the reach of the pro cess of the court. It is, therefore, by the court ordered this 1st day of January. A. D. 1855, that the matters and thing* stated in the aforesaid bill of complaint against the defendants, shall be taken for con fessed against the said Amos Adams and Isaac N. Comstock, and such decree made in the pre mises again-t them, and each of them, as the court shall deem right, unless the said defendants appear in the court on or before the second Mon day in May next, and answer the said bill, and show cause if any they have why a decree as prayed for by the complainant should not be passed by the court. Provided the complainant cause this order, and the substance and the object of the said bill ol complaint, to be published in some newspaper in the city of Washington, twice a week foi six sncceative weeks, the first insertion thereof to appear at least four months before the second Monday in May next. Given at rules, the first Monday of January, 1855. I>eing tile first day of January, 1855. Test: JOHN A. SMITH, Clerk of the Circuit Court. Washington C< t'Trr, I). C. S SPENCER, el al. Solicitor for complainant. True copy, Test: JNO. A. SMITH, .Ian 4?Vnwfiw Clerk. M AKHLE MANTLFA?Marble workiu The subscriber begs leave to inlorm his frieuds and the public that he has increased hit stock of Marble Mantles, comprising Sienna Rrockedelia. Spanish, Egyptian vein, Italian, and black marble, richly carved and plain, of the best quality, newesi style, and superior finish, which he offers for sale low for cash. Also, Marble Monti ments. Trfmbs, and Headstone Slabs; Eastern Marble for window sills, lintels, steps, and plat forms; Marble tile, counter and table tops; soap stone, calcined plaster. S2 75 ?er barrel. Also on hand a large lot ofvConnecticut Brow Stone, New York Flags and Steps, suitable for building purposes He invites tne attention o builders and others to his stock, and willendeavo to give satisfaction to all who may favor him w t their orders WM RUTHERFORD On E sr. bet. 12th and l'< Oct. v??(Hh. (na) rpRAVELINO and Packing Trunka ot X all qualitlea.?A large variety constantly on hand, and for sale cheap by WALL At STEVENS, HARPER'S MAGAZINE fur June, at SHILLINGTON'S Bookstore. I*anny Fern's new bctok, second o?-ri??? of her Leaves Reginald Lyle, by Mis* Pardoe. ltivul Beauties, or Love and Diplomacy Knickerbocker Magazine, for June. Behind llie Scenes, by Lady Bulwer. Dickens's Household Words, for Juue Aii the new books and magazines received as fast as published, and for sale at JOE SHILLINGTON'S Bookntore, Odeon Building, corner 4} street New and important uookh?in. rael and the Gentiles, by Dr. Isaac Da Costa. Puley's Evidences of Christianity, with Notes and Additions, by Charles M. Nairne. Lecture* delivered before the Young Meu's Christian Association of London. Words to Win Souls, twelve sermons by emi nent Divines of the Church of Englaud. Letters and Remains of the late Rev. W. H Hewiison, 2 vols. The Works of the Rev. Edward Bickersteth, 16 vols. Autobiography and Reminiscences ot the Rev. Win. Jay, of Bath. Scripture Testimony to the Messiah, by John Pyne Smith, D. D. For sale by GRAY Ac BALLANTYNE; JEWELKY.?I have JuHt received a new supply of the laiett styles of ' welry and have just finished a line lot of pu.e silver ware, such as Tea Sets, Goblet*, Cups, Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Butter, Fish, and Pie Knives Napkin Rings, Acc., Ace. All of which I will sell at much lower prices than is usually asked for the same quality of goods at other establishments in this city, and will warrant every article as repre sented at time of sale. II. 0. HOOD, 41S Penn. avenue, between 4} and 6th streets. New hoot and shoe store? Samuel W. Taylor At Co , have opened the spacious New Store on Penn. avenue, next to Messrs. Geo., Ac T. Parker's opposite Brown's Hotel, for the sale ofLadies', Gentlemen's, Misses', Boy's and Servant's BOOTS, SHOES. GAITERS and SLIPPERS. In opening this establishment our aim is to be come popular by keeping good articles at veiy low prices. VJ-Arrangements have beeu made with thebest Northern Manufacturers lor a regular supply el every article exclusively to our order. By respectful attention to the wants of those who will favor lis with a call, we hope to merit their future confidence and patronage S. W. TAYLOR & Co v Penn. avenue, opposite Brown's Hotel. Aug 29?1 w PUKE SILVER W A HE.?A Magnificent assortment.?M. W. GALT Ac BRU. call at tention to their unusually large assortment of Sil verware, consisting of? Solid silver Tea Sets, complete. Silver Pitchers, solid silver Castors. Silver Cups and Saucers, Goblets. Silver Fish Carversand Forks, Crumb Scrapers Cake Knives. Fruit Shovels, Sugar Sifters Jelly Spoons, Cheese Scoups. Pickle Kuives and Forks. Olive 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, T?hle, and Desert Spoons and Forks oi every variety. Breakfast and dinner Coffee Spoons, Arc. Also, a very large assortment ol Fancy Silver ware, suitable for wedding, birth-dav. and other presents. The above is by far the largest and most varied assortment ever o ti e red to our customers. Beinc 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 cily in ihis country. M. W. GALT At BRO., Sign of the Golden Eagle, Penn. av.. between ?th and 10th streets. PEOPLE'S EDITION OP ( BANNING. Works of Rev. Dr. Channing. in six volumes, bound. Price $2 25. The same six volumes bound in three. Price two dollars. Memoirs of William Ellery Channing, 3 vols. Price SI 75, with Portrait engiaved on steel. Ware on the Formation of the Christian Char acter Price 50 cents. A large supply of the above lust received at TAYLOR At MAURY'S March 10 Bookstore, near Ninth street LAYING CARDS.? W.C.ZANTZINGER has just received a very large assortment ol the best American, English, and French Playing Cards of every description, and at the most rea ?onable prices, wholesale and retail. STATIONERS' HALL, Adjoining Kirkwood House. Dec 7?3taw2wif KS. COW DUN CLARKE'S new Novel. The Iron Cousin, or Mutual Influence, by Mary Cowdeo Clarke, author of "The Complete Concordance to Shakspeare." Tegg's Dictionary of Chronology. lectures on the True, the Beautiful, and ibe (rood, by M. N Cousin; increased by an Appendix on French Art; translated by O. W. Wight. ' TAYLOR V MAURY> PENSION LAWS.?The last edition, com piled by the,Coinmissioiier of Pensions in 1M9. In addition, the resolutions, laws, and ordi nances of the old Congress, showing the pay to of ficers of 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 October 21st, 1780; under other resolutions, to officers,*lo officers of themed ical department and medical staff, chaplains; and commutation pay under the resolution of March" 22d, 1783; together with the uames of the officers of the continental line ssf the army in all the States who served to the end of the war, and acquired the right of commutation pay ; with the names of officers killed in battle, or who died in service. Price $1 ; sent postage free to any part of the Uni ted States. For sale at TAYLOR Ar MAURYS Bookstore, Feb 14 Near N nth street T^ARL OP CARLISLE'S DIARY?| JCj Diary of Turkish and Greek Writers, by the Right Hon. the Earl of Carlisle, edited by C. C. I Feflon, Greek Professor in Harvard University. The noble Earl is w *11 and favorably known in Ihis country, having travelled here while be bore the title of Lord Morpeth, and his work will be read wrth great interest by all who have devoted any attention to the mighty events which are now taking place in the Eastern World. The period embraced in his journal is one of deep signifi cance, beiag at the very commencement of hos tilities and the person* introdu- ed have since played eminent peris in this terrible historical tragedy. Professor Felton has added full and co pious notes to the American edition, and the work is beautifully illustrated It will hereafter be re garded ss a valuable, historical record of this in eresting period. Just published and for sale by R. FARNHAM, June 12 Cor. 11 at. and Penn. av. ANEW WORK. RY IIENRY ROGERS, author of the " Eclipse of Faith," entitled A Defence of the Eclipse of Faith, by its author, be ing a rejoinder to Professor Newman's "Reply;" and, in order to give the American public the whole m&tter at a glance, there is included in the same volume the " Reply to the Eclipse of Faith," by F.W.Newman, with his chapter on the "Moral Perfection of Christ." For sale by GRAY Ar BALLANTYNE, Seventh street. N E? EDITION OP DICKENS'S COM. _ ? plete WOrks.?The complete Works of Charles Dickens, in five volumes; price 97 50. The Missing Bride, or Miriam the Avenger, by Mrs. Emma 1). E. N. Southworth; paper SI, bound SI 25. The Pickwick Papers complete, 50 centa. Just published, and for sale at TAYLOR Ac MAURY'S May 31 Bookstore, near 7th st. MUX. E. E. ALEXANDER ran accom modate a few Gentlemen with Board; or a Lady and Gentleman, on 1 street, between 6tb and 7th, No. ft<?2. The House is situated a short distance from the Patent Office and other Depart ments. Nov 10?tf s ^IITUATION W ANTED.?By a young ?j ? j n Frenchman, who comes well recommended as a wsiter in a hotel or family, or Vain >U Cham bre. Apply at this office. Mar I ft MRS. A. M~ MADDUX'S Boarding house, no. in e street, between 6th and 7th streets, near the corner i?f 7th street, Washington, D. C., is prepared to sccommodate BOARDERS by the month, week, ilav, or meal. Residence within two or three minutes' walk of the Patent. General, and City Post Offices. Gentlemen can have Board with or without Rooms DeeR?en if HE C k K KS' KAKINA, prepared ex pressly lor families, a delicate and appro priate food for ull seasons, and one of tbe most economical, nutritious, and wholesome prepara tions ever brought to the table, eminently com bining the gratification of the palate with ample ami healthful sti>lenance of the body. Strictly speaking, Heckers' Farina in neither striogent nor laxative, but restorative. strengen ing the digestive and abaorbeut system. In dis ordered bowel*, diarrhae, dysentery, and even in cases ol cholera, when food is deemed admissible by the phyaieiana, Heckers' Farina cannot fail to be salutary; and wherever known ia extensively used in hospital# and private practice. The pres ervation of health or the prevention of sickness is at least as imporiant as the curing of diseae. People in health fhould therefore use Keekers' Farina freely, as common food, to preserve the in estimable blessing. l*or sale by grocers and druggists generally. Wholesale by Charles F. Pitts, Pi Commerce street, Baltimore; Dingee Ac Brother, 97 South Front street. Philadelphia; S. G. B<>wdlear& Co., 17,Long Wharf, Boston'; and by the manufactu rers, Hecker Ac Brother, at the Croton Mills, 201 Cherry street, New York. Heckeru' Farina Jelly, made in double Boilers, which render burning or scorching im possible, is now exhibited daily at the Fair of the Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute in Washington. Mar 8?2w. NEW NOVEL, by tbe author of "Mary ^ Hartoiu"?North and South, by the author ol. Crawford, the Moorland Cottage, Ate. Price 37 J cents. Kings and Queens, or Life in the Palace; bv John S. C. Abbott. Price $1. Just published, and for sale at Taylor & maurvs March 3 Bookstore, near 9th st. Dutch 11 erring?ir> kegs, ism, Voiian. Holland. For sale by SHEKELL BROTHERS, No. 40, opposite the Centre Market. Dec. 23?lw MADEIRA NUTS, latest growth ; 1 caak just received by SHEKELL BROTHERS, No. 40, opposite Centre Market. Jan ti?3tif Arrival of new English juvenile and other Books.?Odds and Ends frotn an old Drftwer, by Werdna Retnyu, M. I) Pippins Hnd Pies, by Stirling Coyne. Charade Dramas, for the drawing room. It/ Anne Bowman Pleasures, Objects, and Advantages ol Litera ture, by the Bev. Robert Aris Willenoti. Ii?-ir ol Selwood. by Mrs. Gore. Manilla Lonsdale, or the eldest sister, by Charlotte Adams. A Tour rouad my Garden. Hildred, the Daughter, by Mrs. Newton Cros and Dash wood 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 at Giessen, by Dr. Heinricb Will; translated Irom the German by Daniel Breed, M. D., of the United States Patent Office. The Forest in Exile, by CBpt. Mayne Reid. On Sale at TAYOR Ac MAURY'S J?11- Bookstore, near 9th st. PA HER MOISTEN EK.? A New Inveii? tiou 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 f?.r every Desk. It is perfectly simple and cheap, and must come ia to general use. 1 he following are a few complimentary opin ions ol' the Press: Papkk Moistk.nkh ? \ new nnd very neat use ful invention lor moistening post office stamps, envelopes, sheets in a copying liook, counting bank bills, &c. This does away with the disagree able method of moistening stumps, Sec., with the ongue. It is a patent article, vary simple and cheap, and will be universally adopted as soon as t i? seen.? Boston Trffn.irript.Stpt. 1854. Paper Moistknkk?A new invention for mois ening postage stamps, envelopes, sheets in a copying book, counting bank bills, Sec. The common way of mo stening stamps with the tongue is very disagreeable and inconvenient; also the usual way of wetting sheets in a copying book, by using a brush which has te be dipped in water, is inconvenient and Very difficult te give paper an even moisture, which is very desirable lor copying letters. This article obviates these difficulties, besides being uselul for various other purposes. It is also perfectly simple and cheap, and must come into general use.?[Boston Post, Sept., lb.M. Papkr Moistknkk.?A newly invented and very useful little contrivance for moistening postage ?tamps aud envelopes, and for wetting sheets in a copying boek. Arc. It costs but little, and will save the tongue a goad deal of unpleasant work. [ hotter* TrawUrr, Sept., 1 b.'>4. Agent lor Wa*hingten, TAYLOR Ac MAURY. ?Jan. 17 IV>ok?t'>re - The art union of London, piau for the current year. The list is now open and every subscriber of 50 will be entitled to : I. An impression of a Plate, by J. T. Wlllmore, 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 HI. The chance of obtaining one of the Prixes to be 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 bronxe of Her Majesty on horse back, by T. Thorneycroft. Copies in bronxe, from an original Model in re lief by R. Jefferson of " The entry of the Duke of Wellington into Madrid." Statuettes in porcelain or parian. Proof impressions of a large lithograph, by T. II Maguire. after the original picture by W. P. Frith, R. A., ?? The Three Bows." Irom Moliere's "Iiour geois Gentilhomme." Honorary Secretaries for Washington, Messrs TAYLOR Sc MAURY Booksellers. jan 24 | GLEN WOOD CEMETERY. rPIII* HEAUTIFIIL HUH IAL PLACE 1. of the Dead having just been dedicated with | appropriate ceremonies for the purpose, is now open for the reception of the remains of deceased persons. The Mausoleum has capacity for a hundred .Hxhes. in which such friends ef the dend.ivs may apply, can place the departed until they select sites lor graves. The plan of the incorporators is one of equality n regard to the lots, which will not be pnt up publicly for sale, (although they usually bring a premium,) making the early selections of lots the most desirable. Until an office is established ia the city of Wash ngton, applications will be punctually attended to st the present office, in the east wing-of the hutld ng on entering the Cemetery. Visiters are requested not t? drive fast through he Cemetery grounds. WM S HUMPHREYS N. H. Olenwoed is situated a short distance ?hie north of the Capitol Aug 27 3 m NEW BOOKS.?Plato on Immortality ol the Soul, translated Irom the Greek by Charles S. Stanford. Florence Egerton ; or. Sunshine and Shadows, by the author of Clara Stanley. &c. Sketches ol Western Methodism. Biographical, Historical, and Miscellaneous, illustrative of Pio neer Life, by Rev. Jas. B. Finley. For sale by GRAY fr RALLANTYNE. THE NATIONAL HOTEL, ~~ T N thla city, will be re-opened lor the re ^ ception of guests on the 27th of this month. The removal ol 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 fnrn:shed with the best the maiketscan afford, and served in the best style, and no expense or latar will be spared to render the house, in every respect, equal to any in the country. The subscriber, therefore, truststhat s generous public will continue the liberal patronage which has al ways been extended to the house. Persons de siring to procure rooms for the winter, can do so at anv time after the 20tb. by calling at the Hotel. E. D WILLARD. Washington city, Noveml?er 14, 18?>4. Nov 16?tf UNDEK GARMENTS FOR THE HEA soii.?The largest and best assortment of all qualities, will be found at WALL At STEVENS, 322, Penn. avenue, next door to Iron Hall. Jsn 5 (News.) GREAT WESTERN MAIL ROUTE SIXTY MILE** DISTANCE: MVPI) "? CHICAGO AND ST. LOU.?. i ae iw.cui ?tin Southern and Northern Indiana Railroad ! Line, currying the Great Western United State* Through Mail, have the following alauuch tirM I clusa steamers running on ESkc Erie iu con net lion with the New York and Erie railroad from Dunkirk, touching at Cleveland, and connecting wiiii their road at Toledo, and connecting directly with the Chicago and Rock laland railroad* at Chicago, in the aaiue depot, thus forming a daily line for passengers and freight from New York le the Mi**i??ippi river. Niagara, Captain Miller; Empire, Captain Mitchell; Keyslane State, Capi. Richards; Louisiana, Captain Davenport. Also, a Daily Line from Buffalo direct to Monroe by those well-known magnificent Floating Palace*, Empire Slate, J. Wilson, Commander, leave* Buffalo Mondays and Thursdays; Southern Michi gan, A. D Perkins, Commander, leaves Buffalo Tuesdays and Fridays; Northern .Indiana, I. T. Pheatl, Commander, leaves BufTalo Wednesdays and Saturdays One of the above splendid steamers will eave the Michigan Southern Railroad Line Dock ai 9 o'clock, p. m , every day, (except Sundays,; and run direct through to Monroe, without landing, in 14 hours, where the Lighlniug Express Train wrt be in waiting to take passengers direct to Chicago in b hours, and arriving next evening after leav ing Butfulo. Running lime from New York to Kufialo, four teen hours. 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 tine liuw ??l low pressure steamboats to all places north of Cbiu >*. to Green Bay; also with Chicago and Rock Islam) 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 ataamera 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 talo and Dunkirk connect with this line at Toledo forming the only direct and continuous line 01 railroads from the Atlantic Seaboard to the Valley of the Mississippi. Running time to Chicago, 3* hours; to St. Louis f)6 hour*. Four Daily Trains, by railroad, all the way Two Daily Lines, by steamers, on Lake Erie Thus the lrav? tier and shipper can *ee ai s gla nee that no other liar can enter the lists as com petitors. Passengers ticketed through from New York with privilege of stopping over at any point on the route, and resuming seats at leisure, either by the New York and Erie Railroad, via Dunkirk, New York and Erie and Buffalo and New York < ity Railroad, via Buffalo; People's Lino 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. 1H3 Broadway, corner of Dey street, New York, to JOHN F. PORTER, Geueral Agent, or L. P DUNTON, Ticket Agent. HENRY'tj I N V I C O It A T INC; cukdial, PURELY Vegetable in its composition. 'inn in valuable Cordial is extractedf rem Herbs ant Roots, whu-h have been found after years of e* pt-iience. by the most skillful physicians, to l>? oo??essed of qualities the most beneficial in thi diseases for which it is recommended ; an'I bene whilst it ia presented lo the public as nn elites cious remedy, it is also known to be of tliat char acter on which reliance i>iay be placed as to it> safety. In cases of Impotency, Haemorrhage* Disordered Sterility, Menstruation,or Suppression of the Menses, Fluor Albns or Whites, or for Debility arising from any cause, Mich a> weakness from sickness, where the paiient fiat been confined to bed for some time, for leiinilet after confinement, al>ortion or miscarriage the cordial cannot be excelled in its salutary effect* or in loss of muscular energy, irritability, physics prostration, seminal weakness, palpitation of Ihe heart, indigestion. slupgishnes*. decay of the pro creative function*, nervousness, ire., where i. tonic medicine i? required, it will be found outin if not superior to suy coin pound ever used. To Females.? Henry's Invigorating Cord, a! one of the most invaluable medicines in ihe muuv complaints to which females are subject. It sists nature to brace the whole system, check ei cesses, and creates renewed health and happiness Less suffering, disease, and unhappincss among ladies would exist, were tbey generally to ndopi 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 Morni and to vigor. ^ uuiig Men.?That solitary practice, *o ifttslto the existence of man, and it is the youug who Kir most apt to become its victims, from an ignoraiic* of the dnnger to which thev subject thein?<lye? causes Nervous Debility, weakness of the system and premature decay. Many of yon may now be suffering, misled as to the cause or source ofilis eaie T.> those, then, who by exces? i.< . trough on l hem-elves premature impotency, invoibn seminal emissions, weakness mid slirivelliiig .>> the genital organs, nervous affection, or m>v ?tliei consequence* of unrestricted indulgence pf rh< ? I ?*? *??? I.'!"**,.',|, i ll<W'S<?ltt ll iim-'.n* the teucitie* of Marriage, lessening tw>th mental an?i parity, bold' Henry's Invigorating Cord;?i ? .?..-?i cine that i? purely vegetable, will ml nature tt, rr store those important functions to a bealthv ?t?te and will preve of service to v>u I||ninhm.. r?rr virtues, is a general rriufnv ..f .l,-...... atrengthener of the system As a Tonic Meriiclnc. it ? uit?urpa?*e<> do not place this cordial on >? tooting wni< t^n ck medicines, and. as. is customary, append s \<>nn list of recommendations, certificates. ,Vc.. t>?^in nnvg with ?' Hear what the Preacher ?aya," snd such like; it is not necessary, for -Henry's Inviq orating Cordial" only ne*-ds a trial to prove thai it will accomplish all we say. The Genuine ?? Henry 'a Invigorating Cor dial " is put up in eight ox. pannel bottles, and i? easily recognised by tbe manufacturer's signalurr on the lal?el of each Sotlle (lo counterfeit which is forgery.) Sold for <7 |?| I wit lie; all to. Jtlr (.oxen. Prepared only by S. E. COHEN. No. 3. Frank.in Row, Vine street, below Eighth, Philadelphia, Pa lo whom all orders must be addre??eti. For sale by all resectable druggists and mwrcbanis through om tbe country ; and by ? W. H. GILMAN, Washington, n f CANBY 3r HATCH, Bsli i more PEEL fr STF-VENS v? JOHN II. IM.JTIIM A N N, Importer and Dealer In W lue, Hraudy, Cigars. Ac. Pennsylvania avenue, aouth aide, between Fourl and-a-ilalf and Sixth streets, has received his fu stock and a??ortment of the above, conaistmg in part of? , Madeira, Sherry, Port of various grades, Cham pagne, in quarts snd pints, different "land*. A great variety of Rhine Wine, aome ol ll ?park ling. Also, St. Peray sparkling red and white Claret at prlcea from *3 50 per doxen to the highesi order. And numerous other kinds of Wine Also, very superior Cognac, pale and dark. Scheidam Gin, Jamaica Rum. fine old Whi. k?y. Ifiah Mall, Cordiala, and Havana Cigars T A K E NOTICE^ PSfEW (i(M)IW JUHT K Kt KIVKI). W BROWNING, MERCHANTTA ILOk ? under ihe United Statea Hotel, would re spectfully inform hia cuatomers and ihe public generally, that he hasjusi received New Fall and Winter Goods, in great variety. Such a? Cloth* Caasimerea, and Veatinga, of ihe latest imports ton, and is prepared to have them made up at tne shortest notice, in the moal fashionable man ner, and at low rales of prices. Having made arrangements to go into the ' Ready-made Clothing business" extensively this season, he feela confident that he can offer lo those wiahing lo purchase a alock of Cotbing noi inferior lo any in this city, and not made up at the north, as is usually the case with jaork sold here; but cut in his own establiahmeni, and made by our own needy citizens in this dull season, si low rates of pricea. Ha is enabled, therefore, to compete with northern work in point of prices and aa lo quality and atyle, he will lenve for those who favor hun with a call to judge. He can aell whole anils, Coat, PaHia, and Vest at the following low ratea; l?ood auil for buatneaa purposes, oui ol cloth or cassimere, for Ihe small sum of. SIS Ureas and Frock Coata, from $10 lo 4AI Over-coals of different styles, from... .812 to $2.1 Mlaok and fancy Pantaloons, from. -..$3 f>0 lo SIO Silk and velvet Veata, from.... $2 fiO to $10 Thia stock of Clothing is of a superior quality and hss been made up aince he received the fall *nd winter faahiona. He keepa constantly on hand a large aasortmerti of fancy articlea?such aa glovea, era vat a. collars umbrellas. &c. Sole agent for ihe aale of Scon's Kepori ? Faahiona in thia oily. Sepl 14?tl