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P. L ADRIANCE & CO.'S
DBPAH.TMBNT. Hllll. AI>ELI*tl! \ M4TTBI8. Persons visiting Philadelphia, either 011 busi ness or pleasure, or en route to the North, East, or West, or having any kind of business to transact tla-re, either iu person or by letter, are confidently referred to the following cards as representing some ol the principal estab lishments there, in -their respective departments of business, ami whose proprietors can be re lied on for doing the haudnumc thing, whether receiving orders in poison or by mail. Any of them will promptly attend to all orders by mail or other* lit, uud can be relic J on us being governed strictly by fair market prices and the rules of honor. Those having business in that direction would do well to cut this department out and preserve it for reference. BRIT IN Ml A H AliK, Ac. HALL A: HOAKDA1AN. ^.lanufacturers ol liriiauuiu Ware. N'os W ite U5 Arcli street, Phila delphia. are cousiant J pure?i lo Mipph, of the best qual ty to an> extent, the following articles and every article of ware manufactured from liritutiit 1a Metal: tea sets, cottee pots, terf pot*, cream cups, sugar bowls, slop bowls, molasses cups, children'." cups, pitcheis. beer mugs, mini julep cup*, plates and basins, castors, soup ladles, gravy ladles, lable-spoous, ten-spoons, spittoons, candlesticks, liuid lamps, lard and oil lamps, de canter stoppers, syrup cups, bed paus, chair pans, comiuunion service sets. A Silver Medal award ed by the Franklin Institute. Orders by mail promptly aiteuded to. CARRIAGE FACTORIES. WM. D. ROGERS, Coach and Light Carriage Builder. Northeast corner tilh and Master streets, Philadelphia. Orders for every description of Carriages fro in any part of the world executed in the most satisfactory manner. O. W. WATSON. Carriage Repository. Ches uut street. ab,?ve Twelllh Medal uu arded at the World's Fair ol lsM. Orders by uiail prompt ly attended to. CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, Ac. GOODS FOR CAItRlAGE MAKERS.?Drab and Colored Cloths. VV'orrted and Union Damasks. Paramattas, Cotteliiiea. Plain and Figurrd Plush, Silks. Russia Sheetings. Buckrams. Ar<\ Shoe Manufacturers' Goods.? Lnjili-h ami French Les t Italian t. loths. Lucets. Galloons, Linings, ii.i.,1- S "?*t UK*, and Irish Liueu* For ?<tle by IsA.v TOX At Co.. Importers und Job bers. 37 South Second .? re--t. Philadelphia. Orders by mail promptly attended lo. CAR ? HEELS, Ac. A W HITN E\ i' SON. Manufacturers ot Uerls tor Cars and Locomotives, Philadelphia. A W. & Sou. manufacturers ot Chilled Railroad Wheel* tor Cars aud Locomotive- Will also fur nish Wheels tiued complete on best English and American Kollersand Amern an Hammered Axles. Orders bj mail promptly attended to. CHAIR FACTORIES. N B. SELHL.1M ER. Maouiacturer of French Tete-u-tetes. Arm and farlor Chair Frames No. U1 Dock street, 2d story. The trace SotUh and West supplied on reasonable ieri:js O.-de/s proiiiptlv answered. EMGINU U'DKkN .M VV. BALDWIN A C?, M W. iialdwiu mid Mallhe* Baird.) Engineers. Croud and Hamilton streets, Philadelphia. uou.d call" I he nlieution of Railroad Mauagera, and tuu?e inter ??teJ in Railroad Properly, 10 their System of Lo comotive Engine*, ill which they are adapted lo the particular business lor which they may be re quired ; by the use oi one, two, three, or four pair of driving wheels ; auJ the use oil he whole, or so much of the weight as may be desirable, tor adhesion; and in accommodating mem to the grades, curves, strength of *up^r?(ruction and rail and work to be done, we also furnish to order Wheel*, Axles, Bowi ng Tire, (to ht centres without boring,) Composition Castings lor Hear ing* j every description ot Copper Sheet Iron and Boiler work, and every article appertaining to the !. pair or renewal ot .Locomotive Engiues. Or ucrs by mail promptly attended to. JOHN AGNEW, Fire Engine Manufactory, . and Bras# Foundry, No. 340 Vine street, Ptnladel phia, Manufactures Fire Engines of every des cription to order ; Suction and Leading Hose, and alt other article* connected with Fire Apparatus Orders by mail promptly attended to. CLASS WORKS. WILLIAM VAUGHAN, No. 321 Race street, Philadelphia, would respectfully invite the atten tion ol Merchants, Builders and others to the beiutiful variety of work produced at his estab lishmeni, consisting of Stained Window Glass suitable tor Hotels, Saloons, Public and Private Buildings Churched Ornamental Stained Glass; Transoms aud Side Lights lor \ estibules. Balco ny, Piazza, and Staircase Windows. Also. Lead Sash and Stained Glass for Churches, Scriptural Figures and Alter pieces. 1* ruit, Flowers, Orna ments, Landscapes, Ac., accurately worked up lo order and furnished hi any part of the United States. Samples of White and Colored Enamels may be seen at the store. All orders promptly attended to. ilAKDH AMC, 6ic. R A W. C. BIDDLE A Co. No 47 Market street, and '?1 aud 21 Jones <iiiey, Philadelphia, k-ep constantly on hand a large assortment oi Foreign and Domestic Hardware, among which will be fiMind genuine Mousehole, Win. Foster's and Wngul's Anvils, Blacksmith * Bellows, Cot ter Key and Wright's Solid Box Vices, Hoe's aud Rowland's CrossCut aud Mill Saws, English and American Wagon Boxes, Ames' Shovels Row laud's Shovels aad Spades, Biddle s Railroad Sbovelea ; lieatty s, Hunts, Biddie s, ami With erfoy s Edge Tools, Butcher * Tools, and Files ; Spencer s Files; Spear's. Disslon's. and Middle's Saws , Uiddle's black Augers, Pugh s Auger Bills, Rose A Son s Trowels, Wosieuhfliin s and other Cutlery, which. with a full assortment of Hain mered Pans, Brass Kettles, Cast fietl, Horse Nails, Wrought Nails, Horse Shoes, Hinges, plain and gnnblet point Screws, Bolts. Locks, Planes, Rulers, Tacka Brads, Sparables, and . shell-goods generally. Witt t>e sold at the !owest market prices, either by the package or from the shelves. Orders by mail promptly atiended to. SAVERY Ac CO., Manufacturers of all kinds oi Enamelled Ware, Sad Irons, Wagon Boies, also Ploughs, Agricultural Boilers, Ac., S. Front street, below the Navy Yard. Curtis A hand, ageuts, Nos. 41 and 43 Commerce street, Phila delphia. Orders by mail promptly attended to. IIAKNEMi AND HADDLERY. LACEY A PHILLIPS, Harness and Saddle Manufacturers, 14 and 16 Seventh street, Phila delphia. Messrs. L. A P., at their extensive es tablishment Southwest corner .rHh and Minor, keep the largest stock of ready made Harness and Saddles of aay house in the United States. They have reduced the business of manufactur ing to such a perfect system that, for quality and price, thev beyond ail competition It is ac knowledged that lor elegance, lightness, comlorl, and real value, the Harness and Saddles of Lacey A Phillips surpass all others. They invite a close examination ol their stock. Attention is called to the following scale of prices: ' ?<>od plain serviceable Single Harness Si / to %&. ?' Fancy M ?? ?i to 1^5 Plain Double Harness, lo $^0 They have a branch ol their establishment at New Orleans, No. SI St. Charles street. Country Harness Makers can Ite supplied with Harness cheaper than they can manufacture them. Prixe Medal awarded World's Fair, London, 1851. Prize .Medal awarded World's Fair, New York, 1*63. Orders by mail promptly atiended to. HD.tE FACTO HI li*. A STONE, Hemp-Hose and Lamp-Wick ' Manufactory. Quarry street, Philadelphia. A cheap and superior Hose, lor the use ol Fire Companies, Kailroad Locomotives. Steamboat*, ' Ships, Manufactories, House-keepers. Arc. Ii is made without steam, is much lighter, and tar less eipenssve to keep in order than the leather hose, and manufactured at no other establishment in the United Stales. Lamp-wick of every descrip tion for Chemical, Solar, Fluid and Astral Lamp*, of all number*. Aiso, Chair and Sofa Webbing. Orders by mail promptly attended to. HOTELM. JONES' EXCHANGE HOTEL, conducted on 1 the European Plan, 77 Dock atreet, opposite Ex change and Post Office, Philadelphia. ARCADE HOTEL, Chrsnul street, between Sixth and Seventh, (one block above the Slate Heusej Philadelphia. Thia hotel is coaducte on the European |>lan and possesses many ad van luges to business men. Open during the iwenty four hours of the day. J. D. BROWN, Proprietor. ASHLAND HOU8E, Arch street, above Sev enth. Philadelphia. H. S. BENSON, Proprietor. IKON WOKkS. AMERICAN GALVANIZED IKON WORKS, Oilier uud Warehouse No. 12 North Tenth street, Philadelphia. M'CuIlough A Co., Manufacturers of Galvanized Sheet and Routing Iron, to any pattern up lo 30 inches wide, and 9 feet long. From No 14 >o 25, wire gunge. All kinds of Wrought and Cat>( Iron work galvanized. Palent Galvanized iron Tubing, for Chain Pumps. This new and desirable article, made of Galvanized Iroiif i* strong, durable and neat, warranted not to corrode; will la*t three times longer than any other article heretofore used for Chain Pumps, produces ona-ihird less friction, and consequently requires less power to draw the water. M'CuI lough Ac Co. would invite the especial attention ol Architects and Builder* to their Patent Galvanized Iron Cornice, which, for cheapness, lightness and neatness, cannot lie excelled; will not corrode, and gives to the buildiug a most beautiful appear ance As to the style, beauty, and utility of this Cornice, they can rvier to some of the tinesi build ings in Philadelphia. All orders for any of the above article* promptly attended to. JAMES C. ADAMS, Agent, 1-1 North Tenth st., Plnla. JAPANKEO VVAKK. J. HALL ROHRMAN, Ornamental Japauner, and Wholesale Manufacturer of Grocer's Tea Chests, Cunu'sters, ice.. and all kinds of Plain and Japanued Tin Ware. Tin Boxes. &cc., by machi nery. No. Cherry street, above Gth. Philadelphia. Orders by mail promptly attended to. LOCOMOTIVE WOKkS. RICHARD NORKIH ii SON, (Richard and Henry Latiiner Norris.) Norris Locomotive Works, Bush Hill, Philadelphia, manufacture lo order Looomotive*, exclusively, ou any plan or of any size?of best materials and workmanship. Their Works having been this year greaily en larged and furnished with the most approved Tools, they are enabled now, having a large num ber of workmen employed, to execute order* with despatch. M4CHINEUV, 4?c TIIURLOW. HUGHES Ac LU? Dealers in Cotton and Woo en Machinery, Machine Cards, Lubricating Oil, Oil Soap, Leather Belting, Drugs, Dyestntis. Arc , No. 5 North Fifth street, Phila delphia. Orders by mail promptly attended to. MAPS, Ac. R. S. BARNES, No 6 ."South Seventh street, Philadelphia,^Publish and sell Wall Map* 'ur Counting Houses ami VJup of the World, Map of Europe, Map ol Am<i. Vlap of Africa, Map ol North and South America. Maps ol the I'nited Staie?. trom one dollar up io ten dollars each. Also, maps of each State and Territory m the L* mled Mates. Orders by mall promptly executed. PliRH MERV Ac. I. li. PETERS Ac CO. Perfumers aiid_ Im porter* ot French, English, and German l'erfu in try and Fancy i?oods, 152 Chestnut streel, Phil adelphia. rtaving lilted up a handsome Store and large Laboratory, we are now prepared to execute orders lor everything hi the Perfumery line. Our assortment is unequalled by any other house in the country, and as lo quality uud prices we guarantee to give satisfaction. Our u?*oit Weul comprise* i'oiiiudes, Oils, Colognes Totlel and Verbena Water Extracts for Ihe Handker chief, Eau Lusirale Hair Restorative, Liquid Per sian Hair Dye, instantaneous without coloring the sKin ; Toilet ami Intuit Po*'dtrs; Toilet and Fancy Soaps ol every description; Transparent S->aps ot superior quality, all of which we are manufacturing ou a large scale and can till orders lo any amount at short nonce. Druggists' Arti cles.? We iui|>ori direct from the Factories in Europe. Bougies and Catheters, Stomach Tubes, Suspensary Bandages, Injection Apparatus, Pocket and Stand Scales, Court Plaster, \c. T?-eth, Hair, Nail and Shaving Brushes, Orange Flower Water, Essential Oils, Arc. Fancy Goods. We are constantly receiving, per European steamers, Paper Mache, Bronze, Back Gammon Boards, and every variety of Fancy Goods in our line. Orders by mail promptly attended lo. PIANO ItlKTES, ?S*c. WILHEIM Ac SCHULER. Piano Forte Man ufacturer*. No. 1C South Sixth street, respectfully solicit ihe attention of a discriminating public lo their Piano Fortes, being the lavorilcs bolk of Professors and Amateurs. We have Grand Square, Louis XlVih, and other style Pianos, ail ot superior and substantial beauty, sweetness, power, clearness, and that rich mellow volume of lone which renders them peculiarly adapted for accompanying the voice in singiug; also of that delicacy and elasticity of touch winch so much facilitate the execution of difficult passages. Their superiority has secured them a rank above most others, and with our very moderate puces we hold out inducements to all in waul of excel lent Pianos, not met Willi elsewhere. References of the uiosi respectable character will be given. All the iaieal improvement* introduced, and the instruments warranted in every respect. Orders by inail promptly attended to. GEORGE VOGT, Manufacturer of Piano For tes, and publisher and Dealer in Music, No. -149 Arch street, Philadelphia. The attention of per sons desiring Piano* is particularly invited lo the heautUiil and excellent variety at this establish ment. For harmony of tone uud style oI linish they cannot be surpassed. Country merchants invited to call. Orders by mail promptly attended lo. C. MEYER re.?|>ectfjily informs his friend* and the public generally, thai be has constantly on hand Piiouk equal to those I or which lie received the I'ii** Mnlal, in London, in iboi. All orders piomptly attended to, and great care tnken in the selection mid packing the saute, lie ha* received during the last fifteen years, more medals from the Franklin Institute than any other Piano Man ufacturer. Also, first premium from Boston, and premiums from New \ork and Baltimore. Ware room No. U'i South Fourth street, Philadelphia. JiAKES, HCALLH, 4c. EVANS 6l WATSON, No. '?& South Fourth street, (late S3 Dock street ) have now on aand a Urge assortment of their Patent Salamander, Fire, and Thief-Proof Safes. Dank Vaults and iron Doors for Dank and Stores, Patent Slate Lined Refrigerators, Water Filters, Seal and Letter , Copying Presses, Fairbank s Platform ;yid Coun ter Scales. Reference*.? Farmers and Mechan ics' Rank, Philadelphia, IV safes; Wui. Goodrich & Co., corner Third and Market streets; United States Arseuai; 5 in California; 3 in Philadel phia; Pennsylvania Railroad Company U sales. Hundreds of other names can be given. Sole Agency for iiutlerworth's, Dettley's, Sale's, llall's and Jones' Patent Powder Proof Rank Locks. Please give us a call. Orders by mail promptly attended to. ?UOI*MAk.UH?' AKTICLb*, *vc. JACOB FOSTER, (successor to J. Russell,) Manufacturer of Lasts, lioot and Shoe Trees, Crimping Boards, dec., Wholesale and Retail, No. 3Cherry street above Third, Philadelphia. Ordeis by mail promptly attended to. DANIEL SHOEMAKER, Manufacturer oi Lasts, lioot and Shoe Trees, Crimping Boards, &c., No. 69 Callowhill street, between Vd and 3d., Philadelphia. Orders by mail promptly attended to. WIRE WOKR*. M. WALKER Jc SONS, Pennsylvania Wire Railing Works, Northeast corner Otti and Market streets, Philadelphia. At these works the follow* mg articles are manufactured, and constantly on hand lor sale: Patent Wire Railing, Patent Wrought Iron Ruiiroad and Farm Fencing, Patent Spring Wire Sacking Bedsteads; Brass, Copper, and Iron Wove Wire Cloth, with every variety ol Wire Work Circulars or any other information may be obtained by addressing the proprietors. M. WALKER Ac SONS, UU Market St., Phila delphia. Ordera by mail promptly amended to. J U?T KBCE1VEI) AT T.W I,ok ? M %| ry'a Bookstore, near 9th street? The Plurality of Worlds, with an hi io?Ju<'iiun by Edward Hitchcock, D. D. A Lamp to the Path; or, the Bibie in lite Heart, the Home, and the Market Pla<*?-, i.y me R?*v. W K. Tweedie, D. D. The Catacombs ot Route, t?y tne Hight Kev. W. J Kip, D. D. Narrative of a Voyage to toe Nortuwest Com of America, by Onbriel Franchere. Corinne, by Madame De Staet, new euitiot.. Vathek, by Beckford, do Female Poets of Oreat Hntam, do Western Scenes and Adventures, illustra etl. t1 HACK LEK, by Julia Kavauah, author JT of Daisy Burns Madeleine, Nathalie, ,Vc. The Summer Find; a Southern Story, by a child of the sua. Just published and for sHle by R. FARNHAM, April 10 (Corner Pcnn. avenue and llth'at. Jtv Illinois lo Soldiers of the Late War," giving the name* of each soldier to whom a patent was issued for land lying tn the military bounty land district i'or 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 wax received. A single copy for sale. Old Pensiou Rolls of Indiana and North Caro lina. List of Pensioners of the United Stale* under the act of 18th of March, IHlSf, showing' the rank and hneiu which each nerved Virginia Muster Rolls * Virginia Pay Rolls. List of Rejected and suspended Pensions, with the reasnu* lor the rejection oV suspension r r Hide in Washington by TAYLOR Af MAURY. /"AWTED?A Situation a* Teacher ot I English, Mathematics, and Laliu; also, the liuienls of Greek, if desired. All of which will o taught in the most approved manner. The applicant is an experienced teacher, ol good adilrwss. and will furnish the !>esl references lioth in regard to character and ability. None but a liberal salary need be offered. For particulars, address SET1I FRINK. De<- b? tl Pittstield, Massachusetts. ri A A lv Ll X OTIC K.?House keepers and X others are reminded thut the foilwwing list ol Articles are of ihe very best description, <ind can be purchased from the stibscriberoo a- low tenuis as any other house in the city. A Inrtre assort ment and supply always on hand' Oils of all kind* Queenswarc Paints, Brushes, Camphine Clocks, Varnish, Lamps, Turpentine Chaudelier* Window <?las? Girondoles. China, Vases. Eartheuware Britannia ware, Glass. &c., dec., itec (roods -eat to any part ot' the city free ol charge Country dealers will do well to call 0. S. WH1TTi,ESEY: 7tli street, >fll>o?ite Seidell & Withers'* Bant Mar Jt? (Star.) CL.OTHIBK;. A Complimentary Curd *nil Invitation to tlie Public. kkTJS7"?!K* 1 have EARNED ONE HUN Y> L)RED 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 pro|>or tion." I wilf never taka credit or give my own promise to pay notes, but will pay ciish for all my goods when purchased. 1 will keep down my ex penses, and will not pay high, enormously high rents, nor live above my income, and will deal fairly with all men. Maxims like tliese and for mer experience in the wholesale und retail manu facturing, as well as the import and export trades during these last tive 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 ol the store ('25 feet front by 105 feet deep) opposite Pearl street, NO. 3'il BROAD WAY. It is also cijually true thai wiih money, cash in hand, FOX?GEORGE P. FOX?has, during the past few months, made extensive purchases, at ruinously low prices, of fine CLOTHS, FASHION ABLE VKSTINUS, CASSIMKIiKS, and other articles connected with the Tailoring Business, on importation, and from resectable city merchants, who arc in want of discounted money at any price or loss, owing lo an over stocked market and the circumstances' of hard times. (A. D. 1&!M.) frOX?GEORGE P FOX?while moatthankful to the public lor I tie liberal patronage received, still maintains Ins reputation lor at all times sell ing the most fashionable oi' Custom, Pattern, and Correct Fitting, RKADY MADE GARMENTS, Dress, Frock Coats, Overcoats, Vests, Pantaloons. Cloths, Cassimeres, Velvet Vestinirs, Atc.,Acc., and is determined not to be outdone'iu liberality ot dealing, nor undersold by the lea>t nor the biggest house in the trade. Me is also equally detertnined; to the be-t of his ability, to employ a meritorious laboring class of Journeymen Tailors; and others who ure suffering dreadiul privations lor want ot employment, and therefore offers, on and after this date, until ihe beginning of the year 16^5, the resoun-es ol his magnificent Tailoring Establish ment. free of pro/it on the cost of nil his goods, combined with Ins own gratuitous service*, to his friends and the public* to be considered as a sort of present HOLIDAY OR NEW YEAR'S GIFT! exainpleizing wealthy gentlemen, (Jailed States Department*, the Executive,"Officer* of the Army and Navy. Bankers, Foreigners, Citizens, the pres ent imperative duty of solvent tradesmen and merchants to employ their fellow-men. aid and assist Ihe inauguration ot a better state of trade all over the world from the commencement of the Sew Year, one thousand eight hundred and fifty five. I am. fellow-citizens, (representing one of ihe links of Commerce,; yours truly, ever grateful and obligvd, GEORGE P. FOX, Saii.t United Statr.1 Lradrr of Fcukitnu, ?jj ? uarimt. A'o. 3'21 llroadHwy, 8. ? L. ?. GEORGE P. FOX. * Dec 19? CI KNTLEMEN'S Dltl.SS SHIRTS, of X beat quality. -A large assortment, at the lowest market prices, constantly on hand. WALL 3c STEVENS, 322, Penn avenue, next door to Iron Hall. J*n 5 (News.) OFFICIAL ARMY \M) NAVY HUGH. TER for 1855. The Navy Register for the United States for the year 1&65. Official Army Register for lb&'>. Just published and for sale at TA Y LOR Ac M A URY'S nook store, near 9th street. NOV'Ki;iiM, Inventions, and Curiosities in Arts aad Man u fact urea.?Price 50 cents (ray's Fables, profusely illustrated. The Ladies' and Gentlemen's Leiter Writer. Shooting, by R. Rlakey. Juat imported from England by TAYLOR & MAURY, Rookstore near 9th at. TIIK YOUTH oi<" MADAME 1)13 J.OX X gueville, or new Hevelation* of Court and Convent in the seventeenth century, from the French ot Victor Cousin, by F. W. Ricord. Faggota for the Fireside, or Facta and Fancy by Peter Parley. Ju?t received and for sale by Nov 13 R. FARNHAM. GKWTH* SCARPA TIBS, CRAVATS, Ac Every variety of size, style, ami shape ol new and desirable Scarfs, Napoleon T.ea, Cra vats, Ate., of late importation, and at moderate P'"*".?? STEVENS'S Dec 7?3tif Salesroom, Rrown'a Hotel. VT i; W VEAK's FitEsTkmX-M. W J.1 GALT Ac BRO. will open thia day a magnifi. cent assortment of Watches,Jewelry, Silver Ware, and Fancy Goods, suitable lor presents, to which they invite the attention ol purchaser*. M W. GALT Ac BROTHER, Jan 3?.It Penn. av., betw. 9th and 10th si. VARIETY HOOT AND SHOE STuKI WHITfc MATIN AND KID HOOT* and Slipper*. Ju?t received a general son mem of the above; workmanship and materia of the beat,. Also an elegant supply ol Toilet Slipper*, em bracing the French embroided, Wilton and Ve/ ve' GEO. BURNS, 340 Pennsylvania avenue, Adjoining Patterson's Drug Store. rpHK l MIERWGNED would reaped X. lolly inform hi* fnendsand citizen* gene rally that he has resumed Ihe Grocery busine** and is now located at the corner of Pennsylvania' avenue and I hirteenth street, where will be found a choice selection of Groceries, Teas inea, Liquors, Cigars,Ate. Special attention is invited to hia assortment ol IMS, Liquors, and Cigars. lie a!?ove goods are all ol (ha l>?*t quality, and lor sale very low for cash. , u P* D. TWEEDY, . . ,?hrneir ennsylvania avenue and 13th atreet, M*' Nov 3?dlwAteol w / tUHOWHKU* YEAR OK THE WAK._ \ J A War ot the War by Adam G. De Gou rowski, a citizen of the United States. J list published, and lor sale at TAYLOR At MAURY'S, Feb 1 Near 9th at. HUDSON H1VEH KA1LKOAI). Summer Arraureuieul. nrrHOW NEW YORK TO AND FROM inlMHBPALBANY AND TROY ?<>? and after Monday, May 8, 1854, the trains will as follows. GOING NORTH. Leave New York, from the office cot. n o' Chambers street and College Place, at 6, a. tn. Express tram lor Albany and Troj connecting with Northern and Western traias Through in 4 hours from Chambers street. 7, a. m. Poughkeepsie Way Passenger Tram, stopping at all statious, and carrying way mail froi.i New York to Poughkeepsie. 8, a. m. Mail Train lor Albany anil Troy, stop ping at Peekskill, Garrison's, Cold Spring, Fish kill, New Hamburg, and at all mail stations north of Poughkeepsie. 10, a. ui. Peekskill Way Passenger Tram, stop ping at all stations. 12, m. Way Train for Albany and Troy, stcoping at Yonkers,Tarrytown, Sini; Sin*, Crugers. Peeics kill, Cold Spring, FishkillvNew Hamburg, Pougn keepsie, Hyde Park, Rhinebeck, Harrytowu Ti voli, Oakhill, Hudson, Coxsackte, Stuyvesant, ant. Castleton; and connecting with the Express Tram leaving Albany at 6.30, p. m., for Bufialo, and at Troy with Northern Trains for Montreal. 1, p. m. Poughkeepsie Way, Freight, and Pa? senger Train, stopping at all stations. 5, p. m. Way Train for Albany and Trov, stop ping at Dobbs's Ferry, Sing Sing, Peekskill, Cold Spring, Fishkill, New Hamburg, Poughkeepsie, and at all stations north. 4.10, p. m. To Poughkeepsie, stopping at all way stations. 4, p. m. Express Trains to Albany and Troy, stopping at Peekskill, Fishkill, Poughkeepsie, Rhinebeck, and Hudson, connecting at Albany with the Western Express Tram at 11, p. m., for Buffalo. 5.30, p. m. To Peekskill, stopping at nil way stations. ?i.30, p. in. Emigrant and Freight Train for Al bany and Troy, stopping at all Time Table Sta tions. 11 in To Tarryiown, stopping at all way stations -? GOING SOUTH. Leaves Troy at 4.30, a. m., and Albany at 4.45, a. in. Express Passenger Tram for New York, stoppiug at Hudson, Rhinebeck, Poughkeepsie, 'Fisnkill, and Peekskill. ? Leaves Troy at 4.45, a. m., and Albany ai ti a. in. Way Mail and Passenger Train lor New York, -topping at all mail stations. Leaves Troy at 8.30, a. ra., and Albany at 8.45, a. m. Express Train for New York, stopping 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 Castltton, Stuyve sant, Coxsackie, Hudson, Oakhill, Tivoli, Barry town, Rhinebeck, Staatsburg, Hyde Park, Pough keepsie, New Hamburg, Fishkill, C*ld Spring, Garrison's, and Peekskill. Leaves Albany at 1.45, p. ra. Way, Freight, and Passenger Train for Pougnkeepsie, stopping at all stations. Leaves Troy tt 4.30, p. m., and Albany at 4.45, Em. Express Train stopping only at Hudson, hiuebeck, Poughkeepsie, Fishkill, and Peekskill. Leavus Troy at 4.30, p. m., and Albany at 4.45, p. in,, from Albany. Milk, Freight, anJ Pusscii fer Train, stopping at all stations. .EAVE POUGHKEEPSIE FOR NEW YORK. At 4.30, a. m. Way Freight Train, stopping at all stations. At 6 30, a. m. Way Passenger Train, stopping at all Time Table stations except Manhattan. At 4. p. m. Way Passenger Traia, stopping at all stations. LEAVE PEEKSKILL FOR NEW YORK. At 6.30, a. in., and 3.20, p. in., storing at all way stations. LEAVE SING SING FOR NEW YORK At 6, a. in., stopping at all way stations. Passengers are requested to procure tick ets before entering the cars. Tickets purchased in the cars will be5ccnts extra. Trains will stop a suti cieut time at Poughkeep sie for refreshments. Freight forwarded te Le west and north as ei ?editiously, safely, and neaply as l>y uny other ine. ED \ UND FRENCH. Superintendent. Nkw York, May 8, 18.' May 10?tfeo i Rill lor Injunction. In the Circuit Court In tlie District of Columbia, sitting in Chan cery. Christopher Adams,complainant vs. James Guthrie, 1 Amos Adams, Isaac N. Conutock, > Defendant*. Samuel Byington,ami I Richard Wnllach, J THIS bill of complaint in the above stated cause states,that the said complainant,onorMboutthe twenty-fifth day of November. A. D., 1651, entered into a contract with the United States government, agreeing to supply the government with five mil lion of brick for the extension of the Capitol. That ?aul complainant, on or about the ]2th day of Jan uary, A. L). 1852, assigned to one Samuel Strong, the said contract; the said Strong agreeing and promising to pay to said complainant the sum ol foiir?thou*and dollars. Trie bill further states that the said Strong, oil or about the 2d day of February, A. D. 1852. as signed the said contract, or one inoiety thereof, to Amos Adams and Isaac N. Comstock, of the city ot Albany and State ol New York,and receivedfrom 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 tald contract, until the said ?um of four thousand dol ars should be paid ; which lien said Strong duly assigned to the complainant in this bill. The bill further state* that sometime in the year lf>52 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 l>e paid by the government on said contract. The object of said Vill is to obtain an injunction against said defendants inhibiting the said James Guthrie, and all persons acting for him, from paying the said moneys to airy of the defend ants, or their representatives, and the defend ants and their representatives from receiving the said moneys until the sum oi thirty-six hun dred dollars, and the intertst thereon, should be paid tn \be comolainant or his legal representa tives, snn such other and further 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. 1). 1855, that the matters and things staled in the aforesaid bill of complaint agpiiixt the defendants, shall be taken for con futed against the said Amos Adams and Isaac N. Comstock, and such decree made in the pre mises against them, and each of them, as the court shall deem right, unless the said defenilnnts appear in the court on or before the second Mon day in May next, and answer the ssid bill, and show cause if any they have why a decree as prayed for by the complainant should not be pnised by the court. Provided the complainant cause this order, and the substance and the object of the said bill ot complaint, to be published in some newspaper in tl?e city of Washington, twice a week fo? six successive 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, being the first day of January, 1855. Test: JOHN A. SMITH, Clerkof the Circuit Court. Washington Cot^tt, D. C. S. SPENCER, etal. , Solicitor for complainant. True popy, Test: JNO. A. SMITH, Jan 4?2swfiw Clerk. MAHHLE MANTI.E!<?Marble worhiu? The subscriber begs leave to inform his friends and the public "that he has increased his stock of Marble ^Mantles, comprising Sienna. Brockedelia, Spanish, Egyptian vein, Italian, and black marble, richly carved and plain, of the best quality, newest style, and superior fini?h, which he offers for sale low for cash. Also, Marble Monu ments. Tombs, and Headstone Slabs; Eastern Marble for window sills, lintela, steps, and plat forms; Marble tile, counter and table tops; soap stone, calcined plaster, $2 75 f?er barrel. Also on hand a large lot of Connecticut Brow Stone, New York Flags and Steps, suitable for building purposes. He invites the attention o builders and othera to hia stock, and will ende^vo to give satiafactioa to all who may favor him w t' their orders. WM. RUTHERFORD On E at., bet. 12th and 13 Oct. W?6m. (m) TRAVEMNf] and Packing Trunks ot ?II quailtlea.?A large variety constantly on hand, and for aale cheap by WALL fc STEVENS, HAKPKlt'ri NAGAZINE lor June, at SHILLINGTON'S Bookstore. Fuuuy Fern's new book, second series of her Lnvm. Reginald Lyle, by Miss Purdue. Rival Beauties, or Love aud Diplomacy Knickerbocker Magazine, for June. Behind the Scenes, by Lady Bulwer. Dickens's Household Words, lor June. Aii the new books aud magazines received an last a? published, aud tor sale at JOE SHILLINGTON'S Bookstore, Odeon Building, corner 4J street NlilV AND 1MPOUTA NT HOOKS.?Is rael and the Gentiles, by Dr. Isaac Da Costa. Paley's Evidences of Christianity, with Notes and Additions, by Charles M. Natrne. Lectures delivered before the Young Men's Christian Association of Ixnidon. Words to Wiu Souls, twelve sermons by emi nent Divines of the Church of England. Letters aud Remains of the late Kev. W. 11 llewitson, 2 vols. The Works of the Rev. Edward Bickersteth, 16 vols. A ntobiography and Reminiscences ot the Rev. Wm. Jay, of Kath. Scripture Testimony to the Messiah, by John Fyne Smith, D. D. For sale by GRAY & BALLANTYNE, IMNE JKV> ELltY.?I have Just received .< new supply af the latest styles of ' welry aud have just hill-lied a tine lot of pu.e silver ware, such as Tea Sets, Goblets, Cups, Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Butter, Fish, and Fie Knives Nap'kiu Rings, ifcc., Acc. Ail of which 1 will sell at much lower prices than is usually asked for the same totality ol goods at other estublishnieuts in litis city, and will warrant every article as repre sented at tune of sale. 11. O. 1IUOD, 4 IS Fenn. avenue, between 44 aud 6th streets. T^r liW HOOT AND SHOE 8TORB? 1 Samuel W. Taylor Ac Co , have opened the spacious New Store ou Fenn. avenue, n?xt to Messrs. Geo., Ac T. Parker's opposite Brown's Hotel, for the sale of Ladies', Gentlemen's, M isses', 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. (JZi'Arrangements have been made with the best Northern Manufacturers for a regular supply el every article exclusively to our order. By respectful attention to the wants of those who will favor us with a call, we hope to merit their future confidence and patronage. S. W. TAYLOR Ac Co. Peuu. avenue, opposite Brown's Hotel Aiik W?I w PUUE SILVEHWAKH A Magnificent assortment.?M. W. GALT Ac BlvO. call at teution to their uiiusually large assortment of Sil verware, consisting of? Solid silver Tea Sets, complete. Silver Pitchers, solid silver Castors. Silver Cups and Saucers, Obblets. Silver Fish Carvers and Forks, Crumb Scraper* Cake Knives, Fruit Shovels, Sugar Sifters Jelly Spoons, Cheese Scoups, Pickle Knives ami Forks. Olive Spoons, Salad Tongs, Vegetable Forks Fruit Knive?, Ice Tongs, De.-ert 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 Cofl'ee Spoons, <3cc. Also, a very large assortment of Fancy Silver ware, suitable for wedding^ birth-day, and other presents. The above is by far the largest and most varied assortment ever otfered to our customers. Being of our own manufacture, it is warranted pure sil ver, and offered at as low rates as similar goods can be purchased for in any ciiy in this ceuntry. M. W. GALT Ac BRO., Sign of the Golden Eagle, Peun. av., between Uth aud 10th street*. PEOPLE** EDITION OF CllANNING. Works of Rev. Dr. Chanuing, in six volumes, bound. Price 42 25. The same six volumes bound in three. Price two dollars. Memoirs of William Ellery dimming, 3 vols. Price $1 75, with Portrait engiaved on ntw?l. Ware on the Formation ol the Christian Char acter Price 50 cents. A large supply ot' the above just received at * TAYLOR Ac MAURY'S March 10 Bookstore, near Ninth street PLAYING C Alt OS.? W.C. ZANTZINGER has just received a very large assortment ol the best American, English, and French Playing Cards of every description, aud at the most rea souable prices, wholesale and retail. STATIONERS' HALL, Adjoining Kirkwood House. Dee 7?3taw2wif COW DEN CLAKKI^ uch No* el. The Iron Coumu, or Mutual Inlluence, by Mary Cowdeu Clarke, author of "The Complete Ooiicordnnce to Shakspeare." 'I egg'.* Dictionary of Chronology. Lectures on the True, the Beautiful, anil (tie ? .<>U, by M. N Cousin; iiicreMed by an Appendix ? i French An; translated by U. VV. Wight. TAYLOR to. MAURY'S pEN81U.\ LAWN.?The last edition. Com 1 piled by the Commissioner of Pensions jn 1?19. In addition, the resolutions, laws, and ordi nances ofthe old Congress, lowing the pay to of ficers t?f the line and the stafl ol 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, 17t?0; under other resolutions, to officers, to oliicers ol 'the med ical department and mttdical stall', chaplains; and cominuintiou pay under the resolution of March 22d, 17:>3; together with the names of the officer* of the continental line ef the army in nil the St&tes who served to the end ol the war, and acquired the right ol commutation pay; with the names of oliicers killed lit battle, or who died in service. Price SI j sent postage free to any part of the Uni led States. For sale at TAYLOll & MAURY'S Bookstore, Feb 14 Near N nth street. EAKJL OF CARLISLE'S iilAUY^ Diary of Turkish and Greek Writers, by the Right Hon. the Earl of Carlisle, edited by C. C. Fefton, Greek Professor in Harvard University. The noble Earl is wall and favorably known in this country, having travelled here while he t>ore the title of Lord Morpeth, and his work will toe read with great interest by all who have devoted nny 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, being at the very commencement ol hos tilities, slid the persons introduced have since played eminent parts 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 as a valuable, historical record of this in cresting period. Just published and for sale by R. FARNHAM, June 12 Cor. 11 ?t. and Peiin. av. SEW WOHk BY IIENKY KOGEKM, author of the "Eclipse of Faith," entitled A Defence of the Eclipse ol Faith, by its author, be ing a rejoinder to Professor Newman's " Reply;" and, in order to give the American public tiie whole matter at a glance, there is included m the same volume the " Reply to the Eclipse of Faith,'' by F. W. Newman, witn his chapter on the "Moral Perfection of Christ.'' For sale by GRAY te HALLANTYNE, Seventh street. New edition opdickenwicom plete Works.?The complete Works of Charles Dickens, in five volumes; price $7 00. The Missing Bride, or Miriain the Avenger, by Mrs. Emma D. E. N. houthworth; paper 11, bound SI 20. The Pickwick Papers complete, 00 cents. Just published, and for saleat TAYLOR 5 MAURY'S May 31 Bookstore, near 7th st. MBA. Kg. E. ALEXANDER can accom modate a few Gentlemen with Board; or a Lady and Gentleman, on I street, between Gth and 7th, No. 002. The House is situated a short distance from the Patent Uflice and other Depart ment*. "Nov 10?tf SITUATION WANTED.?By a young |i^ Frenchman, who comes well recommended as a waiter in a hotel or family, or Valrt tie Cham bre. Apply at this office. Mar 15 _______________ MRS. A. M. MADDOX'S B<IAI<DIM<; HOMME. No. 43? E Street, between 0th and 7th streets, near the corner of 7th street, Washington, 1). C., is prepared to accommodate B'JARl'ERS by the month, week, day, or meal. Residence within two or three minutes' walk of the Patent. General, and City Post Offices. Gentlemen cau have Board with or without Rooms. l>eo b?eotf W ateh-colok PICTUKE8.-Meni> TAYLOR & MAURY tag to announce lUdi ui tbe ?wggttstiou of several of our citizens, the Pictures now uu exhibition ut their Store will be Ruffled tor. Eleven prize* ; sixty chances, at Aj?ri! 10 Bookstore, Dear Ninth street. I'rHfc! I.11EHAUY UFE AND COKKE X spoudenc? of the Countess of Blessington Hurper'a Story Book lor April. Loomis's Practical Astronomy. Just published and for sale by April 10 R. FARNHAM. Water colok PICTUHES.?Messrs. TAYLOR ic MAURY beg to announce that, at the suggestion ol several of our citizens, the pictures now on exhibition at their store, will be raffled for. lileven Prizea?60 chances at $5. Hookstore near 9th street. April 7. NEW CITY DIHECTOKY.-Washington and Georgetown Directory, just published. Congressional Directory tor the Second Session oi the Thirty-Third Congress of the United States ut America. For sale at TAYLOR ic MAURY'S, Feb 22 Bookstore, near Ninth street Moke new books at taylok a MAURY'S.?Julia Kavanagh's new novel, Grace Lee ; pai*;r 75 cents, cloth SI. Lite of Sum Houston, with portrait; price 91 25 A Long Look Aheud, or the First Stroke and the La?t, by A. S. Roe; price $1 25. The Old Inn, or the Traveller's Enteriainment, price $1. The Summer Laud, a Southern Story, by a Child ol the Sun. April 10 Bookstore, near Ninth street. CASH MUSIC AND PIANO STORE o* HORACE WA.TBRI8 No 333 Broadway, New York. OPPOSITION TO TUK COMBINATION. MUSIC GREATLY REDUCED RATES. Notwithstanding the combi. hiniition of Music Dealers *o keep up the prices of non-copyright music against the iuterests ol Native Composers, and their refusal to exteud to Mr Watkkb the courtesies of the trade, he is making immense sale*?having abundant evi dence that be has public couiiieuauce and sup port in his opposition to the Great Mouopoly, and in his ellbrts to aid Native Tuleut, und adopt the National Currency. His stock of American and European Music is immense, and the catalogue ot his own publications is one of the largest and best selected in the United Stales. He has also mude a Great Reduction in the Prices of Pianos, Melodeons, and Musical instrument* of all kinds. Superior toned 64 Oct >ve Pianos for 9175, *200, and $225, interior of as good quality, and instru ments as strong and as durable as those which cost $500. Pianos of every variety of style and price, up to $1,000, comprising those of Ten dif ferent manufactories; among lhem the celebrated modern improved Horace Waters' Pianos, and the tirst premium iEolean Pianos of T. Gilbert ir Co s. make (owners of the. iEolean Patent.) Second-hand Pianos at great bargains. Prices from S40 to $150. Melodeons from live diHerent manufactories, including the well-known S. D. ic 11. W. Smith's Melodeons, (tuned the equal tern perament.) Tbe Best Muke in th? United States. Prices $15, $60 $70, $100, $115, $125, $135, $150. Smith's Double Bank Melodeons' $200. Each Piano and Melodeon guarantied. The best terms to the trade, schools, Arc 12} per cent, discount to Clergymen and Churches. Ail orders promptly uttended to. Music sent to nil parts of the coun try, post paid, at the reduced rates. Geuural and select Catalogues and Schedules of prices of Mu sical Instruments forwarded to any uddress free ol charge. Feb 10?d3m Mrs. beecheu stowe's new Work.?The May Flower and Miscellane ou? Writings, by Harriet Beecher Stowe. The Country Neighborhood, by Miss E. A. Du puy, author ol The Couspirator, Ate., (fee. Foster'* First Principles of Chemistiy, illus trated. Adupted specially lor classes. Tri-colored Sketches in Paris, during the years 1 ?>51-2-3. Just published and 1 or sale at TAYLOR Ac MAURY'S Bookstore, April 17 , near 9th st. r?>Ai 1 N< o. 27.?This Pen, which is manufactured by ferry ic Co., London, expressly for Messrs. Tay lor ic Maury, will be iouiid unequalled in all the requirements of a good steel Pen. Sold in gross boxes, price $1, at TAYLOR ic MAURY'S Book and Stationery Store, April 17 near 9th st. rpiIE COMING STltUGGLE.?The Com 8 ing Struggle among the Nations of the Earth, >: the Political Events ot the next Fifteen Years, described in accordance with Prophecies in Eze kiel, Daniel, and tbe Apocalypse. Kepriuted from the sixtieth-thousaiid Loudon edition. For sale at TAYLOR ic MAURY'S Bookstore, near Ninth street. THE MISSISSIPPI AND ATLANTIC ' CONNECTED!? UMTEU STATES MAIL ROUTE! ONLY M HOURS FROM ST. LOUIS TO NEW YORK! AND 36 HOURS TO CINCINNTI!! tmicAGO Oi MISSISSIPPI KAILIOAD ' I'ke only HtiUroad Route front th* Lurwf.r Musustypi to ike Atlantic! TIME FROM JJT. UJliXS TO CiilCAUO ONLY JO HOURS _ ,rr?' wThe Steamer WINCH ESTER leaves AbSBHBC iIk*. Alton wharf boat at St. Louis, daily (Sundays excepted) at 7 o'clock, a. m., anc the REINDEER leaves the Alton wharf boat at St. Louis daily at fi.30, p. ni. The steamers connect at Alton (only '^5 miles rom St. Louis) wr.h express trains lor SPRINGFIELD, HLOOMINGTON, LASALLE, CHICAGO, AND THE EASTERN CITIES. Passengers leaving St. Louis by the steamer Winchester at 7, a. in., take the cars at Alton at 10, a. in-, and arrive at Chicago the next morning in tune to take the earliest* morning trains going east. Passenger* saving St. l?oui? by the Reindeer at C>.:tu, p. m., take the car* at Altona(Saiurday ex cepte I) at W p. in., in time for the evening trains rest. This line via Chicago and Mississippi, llliuols' Gontial and Chicago and Rock Island, or Chicago and Aurora railroads, connects with all the rail road* at Chicago, and affords the most speedy route from St. Lou is "to points on the Mississippi river, at and above the I'pper Rapids, as well as to points on the Illinois river at and above Pekin. The trains ol the C. and M. railroad connect at Carliuville, Virdcn, Springfield, and Hiooinington, with good Stage Lines tor Hillsboro', Waverly, Danville, Terre-Haute, Pelun, and Piona, and also with the Great Western Railroad at Springfield, with the Great Western Railroad for Jacksonville, and Decatur, and at Bloomington with the Illinois Central Railroad lor Lasalle. iStr THROUGH TICK LTS, and Tickets to Cliicago, can b- had at the offices of the Michigan Southern, the Michigan Central, and the New York and Erie railroads, St. Louis. fc*. TICKETS TO CHICAGO anil all the in termed ate places, can be had at the wharf boat uud on the railroad packets, and at the offices of the Chicago and Missiastppi, Illinois Central, aud Chicago aud Rock Island railroads. E. KEATING, Sup't C. it M. R. R. EW YORK, May ?, 1HA3?-The under signed has this day opened an office, No. 42 William street, (Merchants' Exchange,) for the transaction of a general brokerage business. Bank, insurance, mining, railroad, government, State, and city securities bought and sold. Promissory noma, bills of exchange, and loans negotiated. Sep Ul?tl EMANUEL I*. HART. KNEKAL A(>ENCY.?The undersigned f niOKt respectfully informs, by this notice, his riends and the public in general, here and esle vhere, that he has opened an Agency Office lor the prosecution of claims of every description against the government, before the several depart ment* or Congress; procure pensions, bounty ands exira pay, and arrearage pay, and will at. end to the buying and selling of real estate, the renting ot houses, and a general collecting busi iiesn j tie will also furnish parties at a distance with such information as they may desire from the seat of government. Charges will be mode sate. Office, at present, will be on M near ISth rtreui. KxrULiNCU. Hon. J. C. Dobbin, Secretary of the Navy Hon. J. Davis, Secretary of War. N. Callan, esq., PrttitUvt of th* Board of ('mm ?wn ConnrU. Gen. John M- MeCalla, Attorney at /<a%, James H. Oaustin, esq. W. C. Reddall, Stat* Dupartmma. SAMUEL O. TAYLOR. Jan lT? tl HEC*ER?> KAKINA, prepared e*. pressly for families, * delicate and apnn priate food for all seasons, and one of the h*>si economical, nutrrtious, and wholesome pre nam lions ever brought to the table, eminently com bin log the gratification of the pakite with ample and healthful su?>lenaiice of the body. Strictly speaking, Heckers' Farina i? neithci stringent nor laxative, but restorative, strengen lug the digestive and absorbent system. lu di? ordered bowela, diarrhae, dyaeutery, and even in cases of cholera, when food is deemed admissible by the physicians, Heckera' Farina canaot fail to be salutary; and wheiever known is extensively used in hosnitala and private praciice. Thw pres. ervalion of health or the prevention of sickness ia at leant us important aa the curing of disea-e People in health ahould therefore use Heckers Farina freely, as common food, to preserve the in estimable blessing. "!0 .by K">cers and druggists generally Wholesale by Charles F. Pitta, 12 Commerce street, Baltimore; Dtngee <5c Brother, 97 South front street. Philadelphia; S. G. BowdlearA- Co, I-<ong Wharf, Boston ; and by the manufartu rers, Hecker & Brother, at the Croton Mills. 201 Cherry street, New York. Heckers' Pa rlua 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 the auttier of " Mary Barton."?North and Soulh, by the author ol Urawford, the Moorland Cottage, die. Pru't 37J cents. r ?'"?? a,,d Queens, or Life in the Palace; bv John S. C. Abbott. Price $1. Just published, and for sale at M ? TAYLOR Ac MAURY'S h ? Bookstore, near 9th si DUuC,fI ? MG^-15 kegs, 1854, Vollsn, Holland. For sale by SHEKELL BROTHERS, r* ? No" 40' ?PP?>?'te the Centre Market. Dec. 23?lw MADEIRA NUTS, latest growth ; 1 cask just received by SHEKELL BROTHERS, No. 40, opposite Centre Market. Jan b?3tif ARRIVAL of MEW ENGLISH Juvenile aud other Books.?Odds and End* from rtn oiu Drawer, by Werdna Retnyu, M. I) Pippins and Pies, by Stirling Coyne Charade Dramas, for the drawing room.lv Aon. cowman. Pleasures, Objects, and Advantages o! Liters ture, by the Rev. Robert Aris Willenott. Heir of Selwood. by Mrs. Gore. Matilda Lonsdale, or the eldest sifter, ' bv Charlotte Adams. A Tour round my Garden. Hildrcd, the Daughter, by Mrs. Newton Cro* and. Dashwood Priary, or Mortimer s College Life. Horses and Hounds, a practical trentise on their management, by " Scrutator." Outline!i of Chemical Analysis, prepared lor the Chemical Laboratory at Giessen, by Dr. Heinri. h Will; translated from the German by Daniel Breed, M. D., of the United States Patent Office The Forest in Exile, by Capt. Mayne Reid. On Sale at TAYOR Ac MAURY'S Jan V4 Bookstore, near 9th st. PAPER MOI8TENER.--A New Inveii tion lor Moistening the leaves of a Copying uook, 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 chenp, and must come in to general use. The following are a few complimentary opin ions of the Press: Paper Moistener.? \ new and very neut use lul invention for moistening post offica stamps envelopes, sheets in a copying book, counting bank bills, Arc. This does away with the disagree able method ol moistening stamps, Acc., with the ongue. It i? a patent article, vary simple and cheap, and will be universally adopted as soon as t i* seen.?Boston' Trauseiipt, Srpt. 1S54. Paper Moistener.?A new invention lor niois ening postage stamps, envelopes, sheets in a copying book, counting bank bills, Ate. The common way of moistening 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 ta be dipped in water, is inconvenient and very difficult te give paper an even moisture, which is very desirable for copying letters. This article obviates these difficulties, besides being useful for various other purposes. It is also perfectly simple and cheap, and must come into general use?[Boston Post, | Sept., Ib54. ' Paper Moisti:iskk.?A newly invented and verv useful lilile contrivance for moistening postage stamps and envelopes, and for wetting sheets in a copying book, drc. It costs but little, and will save the tongue a good deal of unpleasant work | Boston Traveller, Sept., 1&54 A*?*ot for Washington, TAYLOR & MAURY, n''' Bookstore jjtrar9?h?. rpHK ART UNION OF' LONDON. PUu 1 for the current year. The lift is now open 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. Chulon, R. A., " A Water Party." II. A volume containing thirty Wood Engra vings, illustrating aubjects from Lord Byron's poem of" Child Haroldeand III. The chance of obtaining one of the Prizes to be allotted at the general meeting in April, which will include? The right to select for himself n valuable work of art from one of the public exhibitions. Statuettes in bronze of Her Majesty on horse back, by T. Thorneycroft. Copies in brome, from an original Model in re lief by R. Jefferson, of " The entry of the Duke o Wellington into Madrid." Statuettes in porcelain or pnrian. Proof impressions of a large lithograph, by T. H. Maguire. alter the original picture by W. P. Frith, R. A., " The Three Bows," Irom Moliere's "Bour geois Gentilhomme." Honorary Secretaries for Wsshington. Messrs TAYLOR & MAURY, Booksellers. Jan. 24 OLENWOOD CEMETERY. rplfis BEAUTIFUL BURIAL PLACK I of the Dead having just been dedicated with appropriate ceremoniea for the purpose, is now open tor the reception of the remains of deceased persons. The Msusoleum has capacity for a hundred ?>odies, in which such friends ef the dead,M nmy apply, can place the departed until they select sites tor graves. The plan of the incorporators is one of equality n regard to the lots, which will not be put up publicly for sale, (although they usually bring a premium,) making the early selections of lots the most desirable. Trntil an office is established in the city of Wash ngton, applications will he punctually attended to at the present office, in the east wing nt the build ng on entering the Cemetery. Visiters are requested not te drive last through he Cemetery grounds. WM. S. HUMPHREYS. N. B. Olenwoed is situated a short distance due north of the Capitol. Aug 27?3ni NEW BOOKHr-Plato on Immortality of the Soul, translated from the Grvek by Charles S. Stanford. Florence Egerton ; or, Sunshine and Shadows, by the author of Clara Stanley, &c. Sketches ol Western Methodism, Biographic.nl, Historical, and Miscellaneous, illustrative of Pio neer Life, by Rev. Jas. B. Finley. For sale by GRAY 9t BALLANTYNE. THE NATIONAL HOTEL, TN this elty, will be re-opened lor the re X 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 anil comfort of its guests. The table will be furn.shed with the best the maikets can afford, snd served in the best style, srtd no expense or labor will be spared to render the house, in every respect, equal to any in the country. The subscriber, therefore, trusts that a generous public will continue the liberal patronage which has al ways been extended to the house. Persons de siring to prdcure rooms for the winter, can do so st sny time after the 20th, by cslling st the Hotel. E. I). W1LLARD. Washington city, November 14, 1854. Nov lft?tf TTNDER GARMENT* FOR THE HJSA son*?The largest and best assortment of all qualities, will be found at WALL to STEVENS, 328, Penn. avenne, next door to Iron HalW Jan S (News.