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DBPARTMBNT. PHILADELPHIA M %'ITERH. Persons visiting Philadelphia, either on busi ness or pleasure, or en route to the North, East, or West, or having any kiud of business to transact (here, either in person or by letter, are confidently referred to the following cards as representing some of the principal estab lishments there, in their respective departments of business, and whose proprietors can be re lied on for doing the Uandmnne. thiny, whether receiving orders in person or by mail. Any of them will promptly attend to all orders by mail or otherwise, and can be relied on as being governed strictly by fair market prices and the rules of honor. Those having busiuess in that direction would do well to cut this department out and preserve it lor reference. HKII' tKMlA H AKE, &c. HALL & BOAHDMAX, Manufacturer* ol Britannia Ware, No*. 93 <k 90 Arch street, Phila delphia, are constantly prepared to supply, of the best qiial ty to any extern, the lollowiug articles and every arijcle ol ware manufactured from lintanuia Metal: tea sets, coffee pott*, tea [tots, cream cup*, sugar bowl*, slop bowls, molalities cup*, children'* cup*, piluhers, beer mug*, mini julep cup*, plate* and laasius, castor*, *oup ladle*, gravy ladles, table-spoons, tea spoons, spittoons, candlesticks, tiuid lamps, lard and oil lamps, de eanter stoppers, syrup cups, bed pans, chair pans, coinmuniou service sets. A Silver Medal award ed by the Franklin Institute. Orders by mail promptly attended to. CARRIAGE FACTORIES. WM. D. ROGERS, Coach and Light Carriage Builder, Northeast corner tilh and Master streets, Philadelphia. Orders for every description of Carriages from any part of the world executed in the most sati*lao'ory manner. G. W. U'AT.S ?N. ? ariiu-i- Repository, Ches nut street. al?oVe Twelfth Medal awarded at the World's Fair of IsTjI. Orders by mail prompt ly attended to. CARRIAGE TKIMMING9, Ac. GOODS FOR CARRIAGE MAKERS?Drab and Colored Cloih*. Worsted and Cnion Damask*, Paramatta*, Cotteliues. Plain and Figured Plush, Silks, Russia Sheeting*, Buckrams. <5co. Shoe Manufacturer*'Good->.? English aud French Le? tings. Imlian Cloths. Lucet*, Galloons, Lining*, Banr-iey Sheetings. and Irish Linen* For sale by ISAAo BARTON A* Co., Importers and Job l>ers. 37 South Second si rert, Philadelphia. Orders by mail promptly attended to. C VU WHEELS, d?. A WHITNEY & SON, Manufacturer* of Wheel* for Car* and Locomotives, Phil tdeiphia. A. W. A: Son, manufacturers ol Chilled Railroad Wheels lor Cars and Locou>otive?. Will also fur nish Wheels filled complete on lie.-t Ensh-h and American Rollers and Ameru an Hammered Axle*. Order* by mail promptly aiteuded to. CHAIR FACTORIES*. ? N U. SELHEIMER. Manufacturer of French Tete-a-tete*, Arm and Parlor Chair Frames, No. ??!7 Dock street, 2d story. The trade South aud West supplied on reasonable terms. Orders pro uptly answered. EiltiIXE WOKIiS. M W. BALDWIN & Co, (M. W. Baldwin and Matthew ll?ir?J ) Engineer*, Broad and Hamilton streets, Philadelphia, would call the attention of Ratlroayl Managers, and those inter red in Railroad Properly, to their System of Lo comotive Engines. hi which they are adapted to the particular business tor which they may be re quired ; by the us? ol one, two, three, or four pair of driviug wheels , and the use oflhe whole, or so much of the weight as may be desirable, for adhesion ; and in accommodating them to the grades, curves, strength of supjrstruclion and rail and work lo be done. We also furnish to order Wheel*, Axles, Bowling Tire, (to tit centre* without boring,) Composition Castings for Bear i.igs; every descriptionot Copper Sheet Iron and Boiler work, and every article appertaining to the ir-|>?iror renewal of Locomotive Engines. Or ders by mail promptly attended lo. JOHN AGNEW, Fire Engine Manufactory, and Brass Foundry, Nd?S40 Vine street, Philadel phia, Manufacture* Fire Engine* of every des cription to order ; Suction and Leading Hose, and all other article* connected with Fire Apparatu*. Order* by mail promptly attended to. GLASS WOKM. WILLIAM VAUGHAN, No. 341 Race ?ireet, Philadelphia, would respectfully invite the alien- ' lion of Merchant*, Builders and others to the beautiful variety of work produced at his etlab lishmeul, consisting of Stained Window Glass suitable lor Hotels, Saloons, Pnbbc and Private Buildings. Churched Ornamental Stained Glassj Transoms and Side Lights /or Vestibules, Balco ny, Piazza, and Staircase Windows. Also, Lead Sash and Stained Glass for Churches, Seriptural Figures and Alter pieces. Fruit, Flowera, Orna ments, Landscapes, dec., accurately worked up to order and furnished in any part of the United State*. Sample* of White and Colored Enamel* may be seen at the store. All order* promptly attended to. IIAKDWAKE, 4tc. R. & W C. BIDDLE & Co., No 47 Market street, and 2i and 24 Jones' Alley, Philadelphia, k~ep constantly on band a large a?sortuiol Foreign and Domestic Hardware, among which will be found genuine Mousehole, Win. Foster's and Wright's Anvils, Blacksmith s Bellows, Cot ter Key and Wright'* Solid Box Vices, Hoe's and Rowland's Cross Cut and Mill Saws, English and American Wagon Boxes, Ames' Shovels Row land's Shovels and Spades, Biddies Railroad Sbovttles ; Bestty's, Hunt's, Biddle's, and Witb ?rt?v ? Edge Tools, Butcher's Tools, and File*; S|?encer's Files ; Spear s. Disslon s, and Biddle's Saws; Biddle's black Augers, Pugh's Auger Bills, Rose & Son's Trowels, Wosienholm's and other Cutlery, which, with a full assortment of Ham mered Pans. Brass Kettles, Cast Steel, Horse Nails, Wrought N'aila, Horse Shoes, Hinges, plain and giinblet point Screws, Bolts, Locks, Plane*, Kulers, Tack* Brads, Sparables, and shell goods generally. Will be sold at tba lowest insrket price*, either by the psckage or from the shelves. Orders by mail promptly attended to. SAVERY ?V CO., Manufacturers of all kinds ol Enamelled Ware, Sad Irons, Wagon Boxes, ai-o Ploughs. Agricultural Boilers, tec., S. Front street, Itelow the Navy Yard. Curtis Sc hand, agents, No*. 41 and 43 Commerce street, Phila delphia. Orders by mail promptly attended to. HAKNt-X* ANI) MADDLKRY. LACEY it PHILLIPS, Harness and Saddle Manufacturer*, 14 and 16 Seventh street, Phila delphia. Messrs. L. St P., at their extensive es tablishment, Southwest corner 5th and Minor, keep the largest stock of ready made Harness and Saddles ol any house in the United Slates. Tbey have reduced the business of manufactur ing to such a perfect system that, fur quality and price, they are beyond all coin|>etitiou. It is ac knowledged that for eleganoe, lightness, comfort, and real value, the Harness and Saddles of Lacev ?V Phillips surpass allothera. They invite a close examination ol their stock. Attention is called to the following scale ol prices: (rood plain serviceable Single Harness fl'ito " Fancy ?? ?. .? to $36 Plain Double Harness. $40 to $b0 They hsve a branch ol their establishment at New Orleans. No Si St.Charles street. Country Harness Makers can be supplied with Harness cheaper i han they can manufacture then* Prize Medal awarded Worlds Fair, London, 18M. Prize Medal awarded World's Fair, New York, Order* by mail promptly attended to. H(WE FACTOR I US. A STONE, Hemp llose sud Lamp. Wick Manufactory, Quarry street, Philadelphia. A cheap and superior Hose, lor the use of Fire Companies, Railroad Locomotives. Steamboats, Ships, Manufactories, House-keepers, Ate. It is made without steam, is much lighter, and lar less expensive to keep in order than the leather hose, and manufactured at no other establishment in the United States. Lamp wick of every descrip tion for Chemical, Solar, Fluid and Astral Lamps, of all numbers. Also, Chair and Sofa Webbing. Order* by mail promptly attended to. HOTEIA JONES' EXCHANGE HOTEL, conducted on the European Plan, 77 Dock atreet, opposite Ex ?fcange and Post Office, Philadelphia. AKCADE HOTEL, Chssnut street, between Sixth and Seventh, (one bloek above the Stat Jiausej Philadelphia. This hotel is conducte on the European pja,, and posse.se. Iu.lly advan tunes to bu.iu.sa men. Open durin* the twenty, lour hour* ol the day. J. D. BROWN, Proprietor. ASHLAND HOUSE, Arch street, above Sev enth, I hiludelphia. H S. BENSON, Proprietor. IKON W OK KM. I AMERICAN GALVANIZED IKON WORKS OHae and Warehouse No. 12 North Tenth street' Philadelphia. M'Cullough dr Co., Manulacturers of Galvanized Sheet and Rooting Iron, to any pattern up to 30 inches wide, and 9 feet Ion* From No. 14 io 28, wire guage. All kind, of Wrought and Cast Iron work galvanized. Patent Galvanized Iron Tubing, for Chain Pump. This new and desirable article, made of Galvanized Iron, is strong durable and neat, warranted not to corrode; will last three times longer than any other article heretofore used for Chain Pumps produces one-third less friction, and consequently requires less power to draw the water. M'CuI A rU,!h? . TouK! .'aVUe the "P?ci?l attention of Architec s and Builders to their Patent < Jalvauized Iron Cornice, which, for cheapness, lightness and neatness, cannot be excelled; will not corrode and gives to the building a most beautiful appear ance As to the style, beauty, and utility of this Cornice, they can refer to some of the finest build ln P*|'l*<lelphia. All orders for any of the above articles promptly attended to. JAMES C. ADAMS, Agent, 14 North Tenth st.. Phila. JAPANNEI) WAKE. J| IvuV" ^OHRMAN, Ornamental Japanner, and W holesale Manulai iurer of Grocer s Tea Chests. Caimisters. Arc., and all kinds of Plain and Japanned Tin Ware, Tin Boxes, Jec., by niacin oery, No. W Cherry street, above Cih. Philadelphia Order. by mail promptly aitended to. LOCOMOTIVE WOHkS. RICHARD NORRIS & SON, (Richard and WnnrLy kMTu?Nr?,ri*! , N?rr,S Locomotive Works Bush Hill, Philadelphia, manufactur. to order Locomotives, exclusively, on any plan or of any size?ol 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 ol workmen employed, to execute orders with uei?palch. M iCHINER Y% . THURLOW, HUGHES Ac CO., Dealers m Cotton anil W oo en Machinery, Machine Cards, Lubricating Oil, Oil Soap, Leather Belting, Druirs Dyestufls, No. 0 North Fifth streei, Phila delphia. Orders by mail promptly attended to. MAPS, &c. PhV f , 1!ARNdE?; 'No ? So,,,h S<?Vc'"l' street, Philadelphia, Publish and sell Wall Maps for Counting Houses aitd Map of the World, Map of Europe, Map ot Asia. Map of Africa, Map of North and South America. Maps ol the United Slates, Irom one dollar up io ten dollars each 1, O' '"aPa of each Slate and Territory in the United -"Mutes. Orders by mail promptly executed. PERFUMERY, die. f. H. l'ElERS Ar CO., Perfumers and Im porters ol 1-rench, English, and German Perlu meryand Fancy iioods, 1?2 Chestnut street, Phil adelphia. Having fined up a handsome Store and large Laboratory, we are now prepared to exec ute orders lor everything in the Perfumery line. Our assortment is unequalled by any other house in the country, and as to quality and prices we guarantee lo give satisfaction. Our a.*ort ment comprises Pomades, Oils, Colognes Toilet and Verbena Water Extracts for the Handker chief, hau Lusiraie Hair Restorative, Liquid Per sian Hair Dye, instantaneous without coloring the skin; Toilet and Infant Powders; Toilet and Fancy Soaps of every description ; Transparent Soaps ol superior quality, all of which we are manufacturing on a large scale and can till orders to any amount at short notice. Druggists' Arti cles.?We import direct from the Factories in Europe Bougies and Catheters, Stomach Tubes Suspensary Bondages, Injection Apparatus locket and Stand Scales, Court Plaster, \c. Pi a,uJ Shaving Brushes, Orange Hower Water, Essential Oils, Fancy Goods. We are constantly receiving, per European steamers, I aper Mache, Bronze, Back Gammon Board, and every variety of Fancy Goods in our line. Orders by mail promptly attended to. PIANO FORTES, ?fcc. WILHEIM & SCHULER, Piano Forte Man JiOU-h j'X,h 8,re<M respectfully solicit ihe attention ol a discriminating public to their Piano Fortes, being the favor,L? both of Professor, and Amateur.. We have Grand Square, Loui. XIV th, and other style Pianos, all of superior and substantial beauty, sweetness power, clearness, and that rich mellow volume of tone which render, them peculiarly adopted Ibr accompanying the voice m singing; also of that delicacy aud elasticity of touch which so much facilitate the execution of difficult passages. I heir superiority has secured them a rauk above most others, and with our very moderate i. r we hold out inducements to all in want i f ex?k- - lent Piano., not met with eU-whera. References ol the moat re.pectable character will be given All the late.t improvements introduced, and the instrument, warranted in every respect. Orders by mail promptly aitended to. GEORGE VOGT, Manufacturer of Piano For tes, and publisher and Dealer in Music, No. 14s Arch street, Philadelphia. The atteniion of per son. desiring P.anos .. particularly invited to the beautWul and excellent variety at this estabb-h menf. for harmony of tone and style of they cannot be surpassed. Country merchant, invited to call. Order, by mail promptly attended .k? M.E;VEK ra.pectfolly inform* hi. friends and the public generally, that he ha. constanily on band I 'auos equal to those lor which he received 1 r,fe Medal, in London, in lfctfl. All orders promptly attended to, and great care taken in the selection and packing the same. He ha. received liVT* "I*, i"1 ycar'' more meJal* <roin . -^r*r > in,t',Ute lh"n *ojr other Ma"* JrlTT , lLfir*lvPrem,U,U 'r?,n ??d premium, from New \ork and Baltimore. Ware room No. SI South Fourth .treet, Philadelphia. MAKES, SCALES, Ac. .tr^^lifefl Nu 26 Soulh Fourth treet, (late b3 Dock street ) have now on hand a 1'T-?-!."0^"^lhe,f P"enl Salamander, Fire and Thief-Proof Safea. Bank Vaults and Iron | Door, for Bank and Store., Patent Slate Lined Relngerator., Wafer Filters, Seal .nd Letter I , III"? Pre**V- '??"?bank'a Platform and Coun Fam?r?' and Mecban ics Bank, I hiladelphia, 12 ,.fe,; Wm. Goodrich I SiaV's' A?rnrr i f *n,d Markel "feet.. United ! P ** C,l,forni" - 3 <n Philadel phia Penii.y'v.n,. Railroad Company u *afes. Hundreds of other name, can be given Sole Agency for Butterworth ., Bettley's, f?|e ?, Hall s and Jone. Patent Powder Proof Bank Locks. I?'d'" p~-i?ir HHOKM AK.KR*' ARTICLED. Ar. JACOB FOSTER, (aucceaaor to J. Russell,) Manufacturer of Lasts, Boot and Shoe Tree*, Crimping Board*. Jcc., Wholesale and Retail, No. 3 Cherry street above Third, Philadelphia. Ordeia by in?l promptly attended lo. DANIEL SHOEMAKER, Manufacturer of Laata, boot and Shoe Trees, Crimping Board*, dec.. No. b9 Callowhill atreet, between <!d and 3d., Philadelphia. Orders by mail promptly attended to. WIRES WORK*. M. WALKER & SONS, Pennsylvania Wire Railing Works, Northeaat corner 6th and Market MreeU, Philadelphia. At these worka the follow ing article* are manufactured, and constantly on hand tor sale: Patent Wire Railing, Patent Wrought Iron Railroad and Farm Fencing, Patent Spring Wire Hacking Bedsteads ; Bra**, Copper, and Iron Wove Wire Cloth, with every variety ot Wire Work. Circular* or any other information may be obtained by addre**ing the proprietor*, M. WALKER & SONS, 333 Market St., Phila delphia. Ordera by mail promptly amended to. JI/MT RECEIVED AT TAYI.OK 4 MAC rya Bookstore, near 9th street? The Plurality o? Worlds, with an Introduction by Edward Hitchcock, D. D. A Lamp to the Path; or, the Bible hi tbe Heart, the Home, and the Market Place, by the Rev W K. Tweedie, I). D. The Catacombs of Rome, by the Right Rev. W. J. Kip, D. L>. Narrative of a Voyage to the Northwest Coaa of America, by Gnbriel Fraitchere. Corinne, by Madame L>e Stael, new edition. Vathek, by Beckford, do Female Poeta of Great Britain, do Western ttcenes and Adventures, illustra ed. RACK liEE, by Julia Kavanah, author J of Daiay Burns, Madeleine, Nathalie, Arc. The Summer Land; a Southern Story, by a child of the *un. Just published and for sale by R FARNHAM, April 10 Corner Pann. avenue and 11th at. RARE PENSION FIOOICM.??? l.nuU tu Illinois to Soiditsn of the Lute W#r," giving the names ol each soldier to whom it patent wax mailed (or laud lying in the military bounty laud district for service* iu the late war, (with Eng land ;) the description of the tract of land granted to each, with the dale of the patent: the company and regiment iu which they severally served, and by whom each patent was rfce-ived. A single copy for sale. Old Pension Ruflls of Indiana and North Caro lina. List of Pensioners of the Uuited Slates uuder the act ol ISth of March. showing the rank and line in which each served Virgiuia Muster Rolls. Virginia Pay Rolls. List ol Rejected and suspended Pensions, with the reasons for the rejection or suspension 1 r stile in Washington by Taylor & maury. r A N FED?A Situation as Teacher ol i English, Mathematics, and Latin ; also, the -iimenti of Greek, if desired All of which will e^taught in the most approved manner. I he applicant is au experienced teacher, ol good addrvss. and will furnish the best references, both in regard to character and ability. None but a liberal salary need be offered Fgr particulars, address SETH FRINK, Dec W?II Pitlsfield. Massachusetis, TAKE N OTIO E.? Housekeepers and others are reminded that the following list ol articles are of the very be?t description, iind can be purchased from the subscriber oil as low terms as any other house in the city. A lurire ,*,?ort inent and supply always 011 hand: Oils of ail kinds Queenswarc Paints, Crushes. Camphine Clocks, Varnish, Lamps, Turpentine. Chandeliers Window (rlasa Girondoles. China, Vases. Earthenware Britannia ware, , Class, See., Sec., Arc Goods sent to any part of the city free ol charge Country dealers will do well to call O. S. WHITTLESEY, 7th street Opposite Selden Sr. Withers's Hunk Mar K (Star.) CLOTHING. A Complimentary Car.I and Invitation to the Public. ''TTITHEN 1 HAVE EARNED ONE HUN OREL) DOLLARS OF MY OWN MONEY, 1 will trade on one hundred dollars, and when I have earned one thousand dollars, I will trade upon one thousand dollars, and so increase my business and capital in propor tion." I will never take credit or give my own promise to pay notes, but will pay cash for all my goods when purchased. I will keep down my ex penses, and will not pay high, euorinously high rents, nor live above my income, and will deal lairly with all men. Maxims like these and for mer experience in the wholesale and retail manu facturing, as well as the import and export trades during these last five and twenty years,.have en abled GEORGE P. FOX. U. S. A., U. S. N., Tailor, and l'lnventeur des Modes, to progressively rise from the humble rank of selling one vest pattern in Wall street a 7*w years ago, to be the present sole proprietor ol the store (25 feet front by 105 feet dcefO opposite Pearl street, NO. 321 BROAD It is also equally true that with money, cash in hand, FOX?GEORCxE P. FOX?has, during the past few months, made extensive purchases, at ruinously low prices, of fine CLOTII8, FASHIONARL.E VKsTl\UiS CA881NKKF.S, and other articles connected with the Tailoring Busiiiess, on importation, and from respectable city merchants, who are 111 want of discounted money at any price or loss, owing to an over stocked market and the circumstances of hard times, (A. D. 1854.) FOX GEOR< 1E P. l-OX?while most thankful to the public lor the liberal patronage received, still maintains iiis reputation lor at ail tunes sell ing the most fashionable of Custom. Pattern, and Correct Fitting, READY MADK GARMENTS, Dress, Frock Coats, Overcoats, Vests, Pantaloons, Cloths, C assimeres, Velvet Vestings, &c.,&c., and is determined not to be outdone in liberality ol dealing, nor undersold by the least nor the biggest house in the trade. He is also equally determined, to the l>est of his ability, to employ a meritorious lal>oring class ol Journeymen Tailors; and others who are suffering dreadful privations for wnnt 01 employment, and therefore offers, en and after this date, until lhe beginning of the year 1&55, the resources of his magnificent Tailoring Establish ment, free of profit on the cost of all his goods, combined with his own gratuitous services, to his '?leuds and the public, to be considered as a sort of present HOLIDAY OR NEW YEAR'S GIFT! exampleizing wealthy gentlemen. United States Departments, the Executive, Officers ol the Army and Navy, Bankers, Foreigners, Citizens, the pres ent imperative duty of solvent tradesmen and merchants to employ their fellow-mrn, aid and assist the inauguration ol a better state of trade all over the world from the commencement of the New Year, one thousand eight hundred and fifty live. I am, fellow-citizens, (representing one ol lhe links of Commerce,) yours truly, ever grateful and obligwd, GEORGE P. FOX, Sanji Untied Stairs Lender of Fault ion*, Headquarter*, Afo. 'U1 Hruadinay y 2.: h. ?. GEORGE P. FOX. ? . Dec 19? GENTLEMEN'S OK MS SHIKTM, of best quality. -A large assortment, at the lowest market prices, constantly on hand, WALL Jc STEVENS, 322, Peno. avenue., next door to Iron Hall. Jan 5 (New?.) OFKICI.il, ARMY AND NAVY REGIS TER for 1855. The Navy Register for the United State* for the year 1855. Official Army Register for 1855. Just published and for aale at TAYLOR Ac MAURY'S Feb. 27 Bookstore, near 9th street. NOVELTIEM, Inventions, and Curiosities in Arts and Manufactures.?Price 50 ceuts Gay's Fables, profusely illustrated. The Ladies' and Gentlemen's Letter Writer. Shooting, by R. Blakey. Just imported from England by TAYLOR & MAURY, Oct 18 Bookstore near 9th at. Tilt YOUTH OF 1H \DAMI: DE I,ON. gueville, 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 Facts and Fancy, by Peter Parley. Just received and for sale by Nov 12 R. FARNHAM. CI BOTH* HCARFM. TIBS, CRAVATM, 4te. J" Every variety of size, style, and shape oi new and desirable Scarfs, Napoleon Tea, Cra vats, dec., of late importation, and lit moderate pr.cea, at 8TEVENSS Dec 7?3tif Salesroom, Brown'a Hotel. N E W YEAR'* PRKSKNTH.?M. W _ . GALT Je BRO. will open this day a magnifi cent assortment of Watchea,Jewelry. Silver Ware, and Fancy Goods, suitable for presents, to which they invite the attention of purchasers M W GALT fe BROTHER, Jan 3?3t Penn. av., betw. 9th and 10th st. VAfUKTY BOOT ANI) SHOE STOKE. WHITE MATIN AND KID l*<M>TM and Slippers. Just received a general as aortment of the above; workmanship and materia of the best,. Also an elegant aupply of Toilet Slipper*, em bracing the French embroided, Wilton, and VW vet GEO, BURNS, 340 Pennsylvania avenue, Adjoining Patterson's Drug Store. riMIK 1J N DERMIC; N El) would res pec t I fully inform his fnends and citizens gene rally that he has resumed the Grocery business, and is now located at the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Thirteenth street, where will be found a choice eelection of Groceries, Teas, Wines, Liquors, Cigara,Arc. Special attention is invited to his assortment ol Teas, Liquors, and Cigara. The above goods are all of the best quality, and for sale very low for cash. R. D. TWEEDY, Corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 13th street, south aide. Nov 3?dlw&eolw U ROW MM. I'M YEAR OF THE WAR ? X A Year of the War, by Adam G. De Gou rowski, a citizen of the United States. Juat published, and lor sale at TAYLOR ft MAURY'S, Feb 1 Near 9th at. HUDSON K1VEK KA1UKOAO. Summer Arrangement. rr**?-??? NEW YORK TO AND FROM ALBANY AND TROY.?On and after Monday, Muy 8, lb.r>4, the traius will ruu n? follows : GOING NORTH. Leave New York, from the office con m o* Chambers street and College Place, at 6, a. in. Express tram lor Albany and Troy, connecting with Northern and Western tiaias Through in 4 hours from Chambers street. 7, a. in. PoughkeepMe Way Passenger Tram, stopping at all stations, aad carrying way mail Irnui New York to Poughkeepsie. 9, a. ill. Mail Train for Albany and Troy, stop ting at Peekskill, Garrison's, Cold Spring, Fish ill, New Hamburg, and at all mail stations north of Poughkeepsie. 10, a. m. Peekskill Way Passenger Train, stop ping at all stations. 12. in. Way Train for Albany and Troy, stopping at Yonkers, Tarry town, Sing Sing, Crugers, Peetfs kili, Cold Spring, Fishkill, New Hamburg, Pougn keepsie, Hyde Park, Rlnnebeck, Barrytown Ti voli, Oakhill, Hudson, Coxsackie, Stuyvesant. am. Castleton ; and connecting with the ExpressTrmn leaving Albany at 6.30, p. in., for Buffalo, and at Troy with Northern Trains for Montreal. 1, p. m. Poughkeepsie Way, Freight, and Pas senger Train, stopping at all stations. 5, p. m. Way Train for Albany and Troy, stoo ping at Dobbs's Ferry, Sin* Sing, Peekskill, Cold Spring, Fishkill, New Hamburg, Poughkeepsie, and at all stations north. 4.10, p. in. To Poughkeepsie, stopping at til way stations. 4, p. in. Express Trains to Albany and Troy, stopping at Peekskill, Fishkill, Poughkeepsie, Rhiuebeck. and Hudson, connecting at Albany with the Western Express Train at 11, p. in., for Buffalo. 5.30, p. m. To Peekskill, stopping at all way stations. v ?j.30, p. m. Emigrant and Freight Train for Al bany and Troy, stopping at all Time Table Sta tions. 11, r>. a. To Tarrytown, stopping at all way station* GOING SOUTH. Leaves Troy at 4.30, m., antl Albany at 4.45, a. m. Express Passenger Train for Now York, stopping at Hudson, Jthineheck, Poughkeepsie, FishKill, and Peekskill. Lc.aves Troy at 4.45, a. m., and Albany at 6 a. m. Way Mail and Passenger Train for New York, stopping at all mail stations. Leaves Troy at S.30, a. m., and Albany at 8.45, a. m. Express Train for New York, stopping only at Hudson, Rhmebeck, Poughkeepsie. Fishkill, and Peekskill. Leaves Troy at 10.45, a. m., and Albany at 11, a. lu. Way Train, stopping at Castleton, Stuyve sant, Coxsackie, Hudson, Oakhill, Tivoli, Barry town, Rfiinebeck, Staatsburg, Hyde Park, Pough keepsie, New Hamburg, Fishkill, C?U1 Spring, Garrison's, and Peekskill. Leaves Albany at 1.45, p. m. Way, Freight, and Passengtvr Train fur Poughkeepsie, stopping at all stations. Leaves Troy ? 4.30, p. m., and Albany at 4.45, p. ni. Express Train stopping only at Hudson, Khinebeck, Poughl^eepsie, Fishkill, and Peekskill. Leaves Troy at 4.30, p. m., and Albany at 4.45, p. in., from Albany. Milk, Freight, and Passen ger Train, stopping at all stations. LEAVE POUGHKEEPSIE FOR NEW YORK. At 4.30, a. m. Way Freight Train, stopping at all stations. At 6 30, a. in. Way Passenger Train, stopping at all Time Table stations except Manhattan At 4. p. m. Wuy Passenger Train, stopping ?t all stations. LEAVE PEEKSKILL FOR NEW YORK At 6.30, a. in., and 3.20, p. m., stopping at all way stations. LEAVE SING SING FOR NEW YORK At 6, a. in., stopping at all wuy stations. Passengers are requested to procure tick ets before entering the cars. Tickets purchased in the cars will be 5 cents extra. Trains will stop a sit cient time at Poughkeep sie for refreshments. Freight forwarded to i.e west and north as ex peditiously. kafely, and neaply as by any other line. ED UND FRENCH, Superintendent. Nkw Yojrk, May S?, lb- May 10?tleo Hill tor Injunction. In ttie Circuit Court in the District of Columbia, sitting in Chan cery. Christopher Adams,eomplamaut, vs. James Guthrie, Amos Adams, Isaac N. Comstock, Defendants Samuel Hvington, and Richard Wallach, riiHlS bill of complaint in the above stated cause I states,that the said complainant.onorabout the twenty-fifth day of November. A. D, 1S51, entered into a contract with the United Slates government, agreeing to supply the government with five mil lion of brick lor the extension ol'the Capitol. That said complainant, on or about the 12th day of Jan uary. A. D. 1&52, 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 state* that the said Strong,on or about the 2d day of February, A. D. 18.V2, 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 lie paid by the government on said contract, until tbe said sum ol four thousand dolars should l>e 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 Isaau 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 Hyington and Wal lach having notice of tbe said lien of thirty per cent, on the moneys to tie paid by the government on said contract. The object of said bill is to obtain an injunction against said defendants inhibiting th? said Jaines Guthrie, and all persons acting for him, from paying the said moneys to any of the defend ants, or their representatives, and the defend nnts and their repre?entatives from receiving the said moneys until the sum of thirty-six hun dred dollars, and the interest thereon, should be paid to \be complainant or his legal representa tives, hnci 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 ol the court. It is, therefore, by the court ordered this 1st day of January, A. D. 15>.V>, that the matters and things stated in the aforesaid bill of complaint agpinst the defendant*, shall be taken for con fested against the said Amos Adams and Isaac N. Comstock. and such decree mad* in the pre mises against 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'it any they have why a decree as prayed for by the complainant should not be pnssed by the court. Provided the complainant cause this order, and the substance and the object of the said hill ot complaint, to lie published in some newspaper in the city of Washington, twice a week foi 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, 1856, being the first day of January, 18.VS. Test: JOHN A. SMITH, Clerk ol the Circuit Court. Washington Cotxtt, D. C. S. SPENChR, etal. Solicitor for complainant. T?e copy, Test: JNO. A. SMITH, Jan 4?2aw6w Clerk. MAKIIM*: M A WTI.E!*.?Marble work*? The subscriber begs leave to inform his friends and the public that he has increased his stock of Marble Mantles, comprising Sienna Broekedelia, Spanish, Egyptian vein, Italian, and black marble, richly carved and plain, of the besl quality, newest style, and superior finish, which he offers for sale low for cash. Also, Marbje Monu ments, Tombs, and Headstone Slabs; Eastern Marbl* for window sills, lintels, ste|is, and plat form*; Marble tile, counter and table tops; soap stone, calcined plaster, $2 7f> per barrel. Also on hand a large lot of Connecticut Brow. Stone, New York Flags and Stens, suitable lot building purposes. He invites the attention o builders and others to his stock, and will endeavo' te give satisfaction to all who may favor him w tl their orders. WM. RUTHERFORD On E at., bet. 12th and 13 Oct. 9?6m. (m) T~ tAVEMRG and Packing Trunk* ol all qualities.?A large variety constantly on hand, and for sale cheap by WALL fr- STEVENS, HAKPEK'S magazine: for June, at SHILLINGTON'S Bookstore. Fanny Fern's new book, secoad series of her Leaves. Reginald Lyle, by Mis# Pardoe. Rival Beauties, or Love and Diplomacy Knickerbocker Magazine, for June. Kehiud tbe Scenes, by Lady Bulwer. Dickens'* Household Words, for June. Aii tbe new books and magazines received as fast as published, and lor sale at JOE SHILLINGTON'S Bookstore, Odeou Building, corner 4J street NEW AND IMPORTANT HOOKS.?Is rael and the Gentiles, by Dr. Isaac Da Costa. Puley's Evidences of Christianity, with Notes and Additious, by Charles M. Nairne. Lectures delivered belore the Young Men's Christian Association of Loudon. Words to Win Souls, twelve sermons by emi nent Diviues of the Church of England. Letters and Remains of the late Rev. W. H He witson, 2 vols. The Works of the Rev. Edward Bickerstelh, 16 vols. Autobiography and Reminiscences of the Rev. Win. Jay, of Uatli. Scripture Testimony to the Messiah, by Joha Pyue Smith, D. D. For sale by GRAY & BALLANTYNE, JjMNE JEW ELKY.?1 have just received u new supply of the latest styles of \welry and have just finished a fine lot of pu.e silver ware, such as Tea Sets, Goblets, Cups, Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Butter, Fish, and 1'ie Knives Napkin Rings, &c., ice. All of which I will sell at much lower prices thau is usually asked for the same quality ol goods at other establishments in this city, and will warrant every article as repre sented at time of sale. H. O. HOOD, 41b Penn. avenue, between 4$ and 6th streets. *iW HOOT AND SHOE STOKE? Samuel W. Taylor & Co , have opened the spacious New Store on Penn. avenue, naxt to Messrs. Geo., Ac T. Parker's opposite Brown's Hotel, for the sale of Ladies', Gentlemen's, Misses', Bov'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. UJ'Arrungements have been made with the best Northern Manufacturers for a regular supply ui every article exclusively to our order. By respectful attention to the wants ol those who will liivor us with a call, we hope to merit their future confidence and patronage. S. W. TAYLOR & Co. Perm, avenue, opposite Brown's Hotel Auk 29?1 w PUKE MiLVEKU AHE.--A Magii}ficeut assortment?M. W. GALT & BRO. call at tention to their unusually large assortment of Sil verware, consisting of? Solid silver Tea Sets, complete. Silver Pitchers, solid silver Castors. Silver Cupa and Saucers, Goblets. Silver Fish Carvers and Forks, Crumb Scrapers Cake Knives, Fruit Shovels, Sugar Sifters Jelly Spoons, Cheese Scoups, Pickle Knives 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, Table, and Desert Spoons, and Forks ol every variety. Breakfast and dinner Coffee Spoons, &c. Also, a very large assortment of Fancy Silver ware, suitable for wedding, birth-day, and other presents. The above is by far the largest and most varied assortment ever offered to our customers. Being of our own manufacture, it is warranted pure sil ver, and offered at as low rates as similar goods can be purchased for in any city in this cauntry. M. W. GALT <fc BRO., Sign of the Golden Eagle, Penn. av., between Vth and 10th streets. PEOPLE'S EDITION OP CHAN NINO. Works of Rev. Dr. Chanuing, iu six volumes, bound. Price $2 25. The same six volumes bound in three. Price two dollars. Memoirs of William Ellery Chanuing, 3 vols. Price $1 75, with Portrait engiav^d on steal. Ware on the Formation ol the Christian Char acter. Price 50 cents. A large supply of the above just received at TAYLOR Ac MAURY'S March 10 Bookstore, near Ninth street LAYING CARDS.? W.C.ZANTZINGER has just received a very large assortment ol Hie best American, English, and French Playing Cards of every description, and at the most rea souable prices, wholesale and retail. STATIONERS' HALL, * Adjoining Kirkwood House. Dec 7?3taw2wif Mlts. cow DEN CLAKKE'S new Novel. The Iron Cousin, or Mutual lutluence, by Mary Cowden Clarke, author of "The Complete Concordance to Shakspeare." Tegg's Dictionary of Chronology. Lectures oil the True, the Beautiful? and the '...od, by M. N Cousin; increased by an Appendix on hreuch Art; translated by O. W. Wight. TAYLOR ite MAURY'S PKNMlON LAWS.?The laat edition, com piled by the Commissioner of Pensions in ls49. In addition, the resolutions, laws, and ordi nances ofthe old Congress, showing the pay to of ficer* wi the line and the staff oi the army, the hos pital department, and medical stati, and of the quartermaster's department; halt-pay of the line under the resolve of October 21st, 17b0; under other resolutions, to ollicers, to otiicers of themed ical department and medical staff, chaplains ; and commutation pay under the resolution of March 22d, 17^.4; together with the names ofthe officers of the continental line ?f the army in all the Slates who served to the end of the war, and acquired the right of commutation pay; with the names ol otiicers killed in battle, or who died in service. Price $1 j sent postage free to any part ofthe Uni ted Slates. For sale at TAYLOR At MAURY'S Bookstore, Feb 14 Near N nth street. Ip A K L OF CARLISLE** DIARY*-* j Diary of Turkish and Greek Writers, by the K in lit Hon. the Kitrl of Carlisle, edited by C. C. Fe/lon, Greek Profe?sor in Harvard University. The noble Karl is wall and favorably known in this country, having travelled here while he bore the title of Lord Morpeth, and his work will be read with great interest by all who have devoted any attention to the nnghty 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 of hos tilities, and the persons introduced have since played eminent parts in this terrible historical tragedy. Professor Felton has added full end 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 eresting period. Just published and for sale by R. FARNHAM, June IV Cor. 11 at. and Penn. nv. Anew wokk by iicnry h<k;erm, author of the "Eclipse of Faith," entitled A Defence of the Eclipse of Fa?th, by its author, be ing a rejoinder to Professor Newman's " Reply and, in order to give the American public the whole matter at a glancc, 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 St BALLANTYNE, Seventh atr?njt. NKW EDITION OK DICKKNM'8 COWU plete Works.?The complete Works of Charles Dickens, in five volumes; price S7 50. The Missing Bride, or Miriam the Avenger, by Mrs. Emma D. E. N. South worth; paper SI, bound SI 25. The Pickwick Papers complete, 00 cents. Just published, and for sale at TAYLOR Ac MAURY'S May 31 Bookstore, near 7th W. MKS. K. 1? AI.KXANDKR can accom modate a few Gentlemen with Board ; or a Lady and Gentleman, on I street, l>etwten 6th and 7th, No. 502. The House is situated a short distance from the Patent Office and other Depart ments. Nov It)?tf ^ITIIATION ~WART1SD. ?By a young |i^ Frenchman, who comes well recommended as a waiter in a hotel or family, or VaUt Cham br?. Apply at this office. Mar 15 MR8. A. M. MADDOX'S BOAUDINU HOUHK, No. 437 I. Street. iK-tween 0th and 7th streets, near the corner ol 7th street, Washington, D. C., is prepared to accommodate BOARDERS by the month, week, day, or meal. Residence within two or three minutes' walk of the Patent. General, and City Post Offices. Oentlemen can have Board with or without Rooms. . Dee 8?eotf WATUH-t'OLOK PICTURES.?Meters. TAYLOR At MAURY beg lo announce tout, at the suggestion of several of our citizens, the Pictures now ou exhibition at their Store will be Raffled tor. Eleven prizes; sixty chanced, at $5. Apri! 10 Bookstorv, near Niuth street. rpUE L1TEHAKY LIKE AND CORRE 1 spondence of the Countess of Blessing ton Harper's Story Book for April. Loomis's Fraclical Astronomy. Just published and for sale by April 10 R. FARNHAM. WATER COLOR PICTURES.?Meaarn. TAYLOR At MAURY beg to announce that, at the suggestion ot several of our citizens, the pictures now on exhibition ut their store, will he raffled for. Eleven. Prizes? GO chances at $5. Bookstore near 9th street. April 7. NEW CITY DIRECTORY.? Washington and Georgetown Directory, just published. Congressioual Directory for the Second Session oi the Thirty-Third Congress of the United Stutes el* America. For sale at TAYLOR At MAURY'S, Feb 22 Bookstore, near Ninth street More new books at taylor & MAURY'S.?Julia Kavanagh's new novel, Grace Lee ; puuer 75 cents, cloth SI. Lite of Saiu Houston, with portrait; price $1 25 A Long Look Ahead, 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 Land, a Southern Story, by a Child of the Sun. April 10 Bookstore, near Ninth street. CASH MUSIC AND PIANO STORE OF ZZOHA.OI] WA.TER.S No 333 Broadway, New York. OPPOSITION TO TUK COMBINATION. MUSIC A1 GREATLY REDUCED RATES. Notwithstanding the comiii bination of Music Dealers *o keep up the prices of noa-copyright music against the interests ol Native Composers, and their refusal to extend to Mr Watkrs the courtesies of the trade, he is making immense sales?having uhundani evi dence that he has public countenance and sup port in his opposition to the Great Monopoly, and in his efforts to aid Native Talent, and adopt the National Currency. His stock of American and European Music is immense, aud the catalogue ol his own publications is one of the largest and best selected in the United States. He has also made a Great Reduction in the Prices of Pianos, Melodeons, and Musical Instruments of all kinds. Superior toned tij Ort>ve Pianos for $175, 1200, 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 ihem the celebrated modern improved Horace Waters' Pianos, and the first premium ^Eolean Pianos of T. Gilbert At Co's. make (owners of the ^olean Patent.) Second-hand Pianos at great bargains. Prices from $40 to $150. Melodeons from five different manufactories, including the well-known S. D. At H. W. Smith's Melodeons, (tuned the equal tem perament.) The Best Make in the United States. Prices $45, $60, $75, $10<J, $115, $125, $135, $150. Smith's Double Bank Melodeons' $200. Each Piano and Melodeou guarantied. The best terms to the trade, schools, Ate 12J per cent, discount to Clergymen and Churches. All orders promptly attended to. Music sent to ull parts of the coun try, post paid, at the reduced rates. Genaral and select Catalogues and Schedules of prices of Mu sical Instruments forwarded to any address free ot charge. Feb 16?d3m M RM. HEECHER STOWE'S NEW Work.?The May Flower and Miscellane ous Writings, by Harriet Beecher Stowe. The Country Neighborhood, by Miss E. A. Du puy, author ot The Conspirator, Ate., Ate. Foster's First Principles of Chemistry, illus trated. Adapted specially for classes. Tri-colored Sketches in Paris, during the years IS51-2-3. Just published and for sale at TAYLOR At MAURY'S Bookstore, April 17 near 9th st. rpAY'LOR MAURY'S ELASTIC PEN, I No.27.?This Pen, which is manufactured by Perry At Co., London,.expressly for Messrs. Tay lor At Maury, will be found unequalled in all the requirements of a good steel Pen. Sold in gross boxes, price $1, at TAYLOR At MAURY'S Book and Stationery Store, April 17 near 9th st. T1IE COMING STRUGGLE.?The Coui. ing Struggle among the Nations of the Earth, jr the Political Events ot the next Fifteen Years, Je?cril>ed in accordance with Prophecies in Eze kiel, Daniel, and the Apocalypse. Reprinted from the sixties-thousand Loudon edition. Kor sale at % TAYLOR At MAURY'S Bookstore, near Ninth atreet. THE MISSISSIPPI AND ATLANTIC CONNECTED! UNITED STATES MAIL KOUTE! ONLY 56 HOURS FROM ST. LOUIS TO NEW YORK! AND 36 HOURS TO CINCINNTI!! Cf IIIC AGO & MISSISSPPI KAII.KOAI) I The only Railroad Route from, the Lower Mussuxijipi to the Atlantic! T1MK FROM BT. LOUlb TO CHICAGO ON LY 90 HOURS -II " ^The Steamer WINOH ESTER leave* JMithe Alton wharf boat at St. ix)Ui?, daily (SuuUays excepted) at 7 o'clock, a. hi., ani the REINDEER leavea the Alton wharf boat at St. Louis daily at 5.30, p. ni. The steamer* connect at Alton (only 25 miles roin St. Louis) with express trains lor SPRINGFIELD, BLOOM INGTON, LASALLE, CHICAGO, AND THE EASTERN CITIES. Passengers leaving St. Louis by the steamer Winchester at 7, a. m., take the cars at Alton at 10, a. m., and arrive at Chicago the next morning in time to take the earliest morning trains going east. Passengers leaving St. Louis by the Reindeer at 5.30, p. m.. take I lie cars at Alton (Saturday ex cepte I) at W p.m., in time for the evening trains rest. This line via Chicago and Mississippi, Illinois Ccntial and Chicago and Rock Island, or Chicugo and Aurora railroads, connects with all the rail roads at Chicago, and affords the most speedy route froin St. Louis to points on the Mississippi river, at and above the Upper Rapids, as well as to t*.nits ou the Illinois river at and abov? Pekin. The trains ol the C. and M. railroad connect at Carlinville, Virden, Springliwld, and Bloomington, with good Stage Lines for Hillsboro', Waverly, Danville, Terre-Hame, Pekin, and Piona, and also with the Great Western Railroad at Springfield, with the Great Western Railroad for Jacksonville, and Decatur, and at Blooinington with the Illinois Central Railroad tor Lasalle. jrtr THROUGH TICKETS, and Tickets to Chicago, can b- hud at the offices of the Michigan Southern, the Michigan Central, and the New York and Erie railroads, St. Louis. TICKETS TO CHICAGO and all the in termed ate places, can be had at the wharf boat and on the railroad packets, and at the offices ol' the Chicago and Mississippi, Illinois Central, and Chicago and Rock Island railroads. E. KEATING, Sup't C. & M. R. R. NEW YOKK, May 3, 1353*?The under signed has this day opened an office, No. iU William street, (Merchants' Exchange,) for the transaction of a general brokerage business. Bank, insurant, mining, railroad, government. Slate, and city securities bought and sold. Promissory noma, bills of exchaagv, and loan* negotiated. Sep 21?tf EMANUEL U HART G1 KNERAL AGENCY.?The undersigned JT most respectfully informs, by this notics, his riends and the public in general, here and esle where, that he has opened an Agency Office for the prosecution of claims of every description against the government, before the several depart ments or Congress ; procure pensions, bounty ands extra pay, and arrearage pay, and will nt? end to the buying and sel'ing of real estate, the reniing of houses, and a general collecting busi ne?s; he will also furnish parties at a distance with such information as they may desire from the seat of government. Charges will be mode sate. Offcce, at present, will be on M near 18th rtreet. Rbvhbnckm. Hon. J.C. Dobbin, Secretary of the Nnv* Hon. J. Davis, Secretary of War. N. Callan, esq., President of the Board ?/ ('?m mon ConnrU. Gen. John M. McCalla, Attorney at Law. James H. Caustin, esq. W. C. Reddall, State Department. SAMUEL O. TAYLOR Jan 17?tf HECKEKM' FARINA, prepared U> pressly tor families, a delicate and apprv priute food for all seasons, and one of the hrjsi economical, nutritious, and wholesome prrparu lions ever brought to the table, eminently cum billing the gratification of the palate with ampb and healthful sustenance of tbe body. Strictly speaking, Heckera' Farina ia neithei stringent nor laxative, but restorative, atrengeu iug the digestive and absorbent system. In dis ordered bowels, diarrhae, dysentery, and even in cases of cholera, when food is deemed admissible by the physicians, Heckera' Farina cannot fail to be salutary; and wheiever known is extensively used in hospitals and private practice. Tha pres ervation ol health or the prevention of sickness is at least as important as the curing of disea e People in health should therefore use deckers Farina freely, as common food, to preserve the in estimable, blessing. For sale by grocers and druggists generally Wholesale by Charles F. Pitts, 12 Comniertse street, Baltimore; Dingee & Brother, 97 South Front street, Philadelphia; S. G. Bowdlenrfe Co., 17 Long Wharf, Boston ; and by the manufactu rers, Hecker & Brother, at the Croion Mills, 201 Cherry street, New York. Heckera' Farina Jelly, made lu double Boilers, which render burning or scorching im Sossible, is now exhibited daily at the Fair of the letropolitan Mechanics' Institute in Washington Mar 8?2w. NEW NOVEL, by the author of "Mary Barton."?North and South, by the author of Crawford, the Moorland Cottage, Sir. Prwe 37J cents. Kings and Queens, or Life in the Palace; l>y John S. C. Abbott. Price $i. Just published, and for sale at TAYLOR & MAURY'S March 3 * Bookstore, near 9th st DUTCH HKKRING.~15 kegs, 1854, Volton, Holland. For sale by SHEKELL BROTHERS, No. 40, opposite the Centre Market. Dec. 23-^1 w MADEIRA NUTS, latest growth ; 1 cask just received by SHEKELL BROTHERS, No. 40, opposite Centre Market. Jan 6?3tif Arrival, of new English juvenile and other Books.?Odds and Ends from uii old Drawer, by Werdna Retnyu, M. D. Pippins and Pies, by Stirling Coyne, Charade Dramas, for the drawing room. I>.' An.nr Bowman. ' Pleasures, Objects, and Advantages ol Litera ture, by the Rev. Robert Aris Willenott. Heir of Selwood, by Mrs. Gore. Matilda Lonsdale, or the ?lde*t ulster, by Churlotte Adams. A Tour round my Garden. Hildred, the Daughter, by Mrs. Newton Cro? and. Dash wood Friary, or Mortimer's College Life. Horses and Hounds, a practical treatise oh their management, by " Scrutator." Outlines of Chemical Analysis, prepared for the Chemical Laboratory at Giessen, by Dr. Heinrich Will; translated from the German by Daniel Breed, M. D., of the Uuited States Patent Office. The Forest in Exile, by Capt. Mayne Reid. On Sale at TAYOR & MAURY'S Jan. 24 Bookstore, near 9th st PAPER MOISTENER?A New Inven tion for Moistening the leaves of a Copying Book. Postage Stamps, Envelopes, and Moisten ng the Fingers when Counting Bank Bills; also useful for various other purposes. It will be found an indispensable article liar every Desk. It is perfectly simple and cheap, and must come in to general use. The following are a few complimentary opin ions of the Press : PArER Moistener.? K new and very neat use ful invention for moistening post otfic.e stamps, envelopes, sheets in a copying book, counting bank bills, &c. This does away with the disagree able method of mointening stamps. &<?., with thi ongue. It is a patent article, vary simple ano cheap, and will be universally adopted as soon as t i? seen.?Boston Transcti]*, Sept. 1854. Paper Moistenkr.?A new invention for mum cning postage stamps, envelopes, sheets m a copying book, counting bank bills, Arc. The common way of mo stening stamps with the tongue is very disagreeable and inconvenient; also the usual way of welting sheets in a copying book, by using a brush which has to 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 thefe difficulties, besides being useful for various other purposes. It is also perfectly simple and cheap, and must come into general use.?[Boston Post Srpt., 1854. Papkr Moisti'.nrr ?A newly inveuteul and very useful little contrivance for moistening; postage stamps and envelopes, and for wetting sheets in a copying boek, Arc. It costs hut little, and will save the tongue a good deal of unpleasant work I Boston Traveller, iSryt., lbf>4 Agent for Washiugt?n. TAYLOR * MAURY, Jan. 17 Bookstore jjyar f?tii - . HE AKT UNION OF LONDON. Plan for the current year. The list is now open and every subscriber of $5 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 vinga, illustrating subjects front Lord Byron's poem of''Child Harolde and III. The chance of obtaining one of the Priz?s 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 bronze of Her Majesty on horse back, by T. Thorneycrofl. Copies in bronze, from an original Model in re lief by R. Jefferson, of " The entry of the Duke o Wellington into Madrid." Statuettes in porcelain or parian. Proof impressions of a large lithograph, by T. H. Maguire, alter the original picture by W. P. Frith, R. A., " The Three Bows," from Mofiere'a " Bour geois Gentilhomme." Honorary Secretaries for Washington, Messrs TAYLOR & MAURY, Rooksellers. Jan. 24 GLEN WOOD CEMETERY. rpillH nEAUTIKUL BURIAI, PLAO. X of the Dead having just been dedicated with appropriate ceremonies for the purpose, is now open for the reception of the remains of deceased persona. The Mausoleum has capacity for a hundred oodies, in which such friends of the desd,ae nwy apply, can place the departed until they svlect sites for graves. The plan of the incorporators is one of equality n regard to the lots, which will not he put up publicly for sale, (although they usually bring a premium,) making the early selections of lots the most desirable. Until an office is established in the city of Wash* ngton, applications will be punctually attended to at the present office, in the east wing ot the build ng on entering the Cemetery. Visiter; are requested not t? drive fast through he Cemetery grounds. WM S HUMPHKKYH N. B. Olenwood is situated a short distnnce <lue north of the Capitol. Aug 27?-3m NEW BOOKS*?Plato on Immo/tallty of the Soul, translated from the Grvek by Charles S. Stanford. Florence Egerton ; or, Sunshine and Shadows, by the author of Clnra Stanley, flee. Sketches of Western Methodism, Biogrnphical, Historical, and Miscellaneous, illustrative of Pio neer Life, by Rev. Jas. B. Finley. For sale by GRAY & BALLANTYNE. THE NATIONAL HOTEL, 1W this city, will be re-opened lor the re ception of guests on the 27th of this month, he removsl of the Kitchen from the basement to the rear of the building, and the alterations in and about the Dining Rooms, wiU add greatly to the convenience and comfort of its gitests. The table will be furnished with the best the maikets can afibrd, and served in the best style, and no expense or labor will be spared to render the house, in every respect, equal to any in the country. The subscril?er, therefore, trustathat a generous public will continue the liberal patronage which has al ways been extended to the "Tiouse. Persons de siring to procure rooms for the winter, can do so at anytime aAer the 20th, by calling at the Hotel. E. D. WILLAKI). Washington city, November 14, ISM. Nov 16?if CWDBR KARMKslNTH FOR THE 9$:a ?on??The largest and best assortment of all qualities, will be found at WALL & STEVENS, , 322, Penn. avenue, neit door ?o Iron Hall Jin 5 (News.