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No one can study its instructive and fascinating pages without being made belter by flu kindly influ ences?Boston Atlas. The Lamplighter would do credit to any writer.? Daily Advertteer, Boston. One of the most affecting and interesting tales ever issued from the American press.?Daily Tribune, Provident*.. For delicate and forcible dolineation of character, this work is hardly excelled.?Journal, Boston. This book develops a variety of characters?some of them as deeply affecting as the best sketches of Dickens.? Transcript, Boston. It is a book whioh is destined to become a great favorite with the reading public.?Daily Herald, Newbnryport. It eannot fail to suit the most fastidious taste.? Olive Branch, Boston. Here is a book destined to hare a sale unequalled by any other, unless we except Uncle Tom.?Mass. Lite. Boat. , The aged and the young will rise from its perusal with an increased love fur tho kindlier feelings of our nature.?llingham Journal. The Lamplighter is a book whioh is destined to great popularity.?Daily Bet, Boston. An intensely interesting work, and, as a piece of composition, admirable.? C/ojrj^s livening Gazette, Boston. A book rich in thought, beauty, pathos, and ten derness.?Albany Spectator. It is a great book, the work of an original mind of extraordinary power.? International Journal. Five hundred pages of just auch reading as enchains the interest, the curiosity, yea, tho whole soul,, until the last line of the last page is finished.?South Bos ton Gazette. This is a work of surpassing interest.?Alh. Argus. The Lamplighter doBerves all the praise it has re ceived.?Commonwealth, Boston. It is infinitely superior to any American novel that we have ever read.? Waverley Magazine, There is no question but that the Lamplighter will rank among the first ef Amerioan fictions.? Worces ter Palladium. An intensely interesting book, from title to finis.? Portland Inquirer. The Lamplighter is a delightful story?original breathing a true and puro spirit.?N. Y. Sun. It is unequalled in thrilling interost by any book yet published.?Spring held Post, Portions of this book are worthy the genius of Dickens.?HamptL n Gazelle. It possesses tho rare morit of interesting alike the young and the old.?Bangor Whig, It is a great book.?Sunday Dis)>atch. A work of extraordinary power and interest.?N. E. Farmer. It is a most enchanting work.?Christian Secre tary, Hartford. Without exception, one of the most deeply interest ing tales we ever perused.?Jjnwrtnce Sentinel A work which has every element of popularity.? N. Y. Evangelist. The Lamplighter is a thrilling and most interesting story.?Lutheran Observer, Baltimore. We have rarely read a work with more real pleas ure than the Lamplighter ?State Reporter, Concord A book whioh is destined to be popular, because it comes from the heart and speaks to the heart.? Country Gentleman. Some of the best sketches in this book almost rival the masterpieces of Dickens.? Yankee Blade. In the execution of her work. Miss Cummings has displayed great judgment, an almost intuitive insight into human nature, a careful observation of life, a fine literary taste, a sound and sensible mind, a lovely disposition, a genial heart?Bunker Hill Aurora. Published by JOHN P. JKWKTT, A CO, Boston; JEWETT, PHOCTOK, A WOKTHINOTON, Cleve land, Ohio. April 7?Hwif SLOAN A IltVINE, Attorneys at Law, No. 284 Main street. Cincinnati. Ohio. References: Dr. Goor^Fries, Alexander H. Mc Onffey, A. McKentie, Gran am A McCoy, Cincinnati, Ohio; Smith A Sinclair, Smith. Bageley, A Co., Pitts burgh . N. D, Morgan, Auditor of State of Ohio; Geo. N. McCook, Attorney General of Ohio, Columbus; J. G. Hnssey, President Forest City Bank, Uuasey A Sinclair, Mason A Estep, Cleveland. Dec. 1. A CHANCr TO NAKR MONEY. 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Improved Timekeepers, would reapectfally call public attention to hia extensive and valuable stock ol Com penaaied Chronometer Watches, mad* by Charles Frodaham, aad styled hia " New Series/' In the Watches of the new series, Mr. Frodaham has suc ceeded?by a mora perfect method of compensation, a more correct adjustment in isochroniain, and an en tirely new and peculiar construction of the train, by which more power ia obtained without increase of siae?in producing timekeepers of wonderful and un rivalled accuracy. The great importance of the im proved Watches is a |?erfect regularity of time, under every variety of cliuiate, motion, and position. So perfect are the adjustments, that the moat violent ex ercise?such as horseback riding, jumping, Ac pro duct* on them no sensible offeot. They are therefore peculiarly adapted to railroad purposes. Tb? scientific French critic, Mons. Boraendorf, in his review of the Great Loudon Exhibition of 1861, ?tyles the contribution of Mr. Charles Frodsham us "bearing the stamp of peculiar merit, and as beine the flower of the English school." The British Government have awarded Messrs. Arnold and Charles Frodsham the sum of ?3,170, for the excellence of thttvriucijili> of their timekeepers. On* of Mr. Frodsham'a oorreapondenta writes as follow!: Lord on, April 2?, 1862. Sir: I have much pleasure in giving in account of the Gold Compensation Lever Waton, No. 3,326, you have made for me, and in which I expressly stip ulated that it should maintain a uniform rate of going under every variety of motion and climate. This it has don* in a most remarkable manner; its rate of going for the first six months was five seconds per month, and in the next six mouths it changed its rate a little faater, vii: eight seconds per month, and at the end of 3?6 daya it was found to be fast of G reen wich mean time one minute and fifteen seconds. Though I waa not led by any previous promise to ex pect such performance, yet I believe it ia only the usual character of your improved watchea, which you term your " new series." I remain, sir, yours, respectfully, _ Thomas Bartlktt To Mr. Charles Frodsham. The undersigned haa received the following: Boston, Ortohr.r 6, 1863. Sir : I herewith give you an account of the re markable performance of the watch I purchased of you, mode by Charles Frodaham, No. 7,014. Its total variation for 17 months, by weekly observations, was but one minute and fifty-five seconds. Yours, respectfully, BtLLiNfla Bricgs. lo Mr. Simon Willard. Boston, September 3, 1853. The Compensated Lever Watch I purchased of you, made by Charles Frodsham, of London, No. 7,300, hus varied but thirty seconds from mean time in six months, by actual daily comparison with your regu ^oun,> Ac-. Alvin Adams. Mr. Simon Willard. The undersigned is permitted to refer to the follow ing gentlemen, who, among many others, have proved the excellence of Frodsham's Watches as timekeep f r8 * Enoch Train, Esq. Wm. Whiting, Esq. S' w ThocherjBaq. F. W. Thayer, Esq. David Dyer, Esq. E. F. Osborne, Esq., J Sandusky, Eben. Lane, Esq , ( Ohio. The subscriber would respecfully state that the above Watches are designed and executed by Mr Frodsham and himself, especially to meet the de mands of the American public in the great essential of perfect time, and that in this and in external beauty they stand unrivalled. All orders addressed to the undersigned will receive immediate attention. SIMON WILLARD, _ J*n- 6- Ne. 8 Congress street, Boston. HUGH CAMERON, ~ DEALER in Books, Periodicals, and Stationery wholesale and retail, 3 Columbia Place, comer 7th street and Louisiana avenue, Washington, D. C. Jan. 3?d Mm Partington'* Life and Sayings. First Edition 20,000 Copies ! NOW READY, the Life and Sayings of Mrs. Part ington, and others of the Family, by B P. Shil laber, of the lioUon Pott. " I did fynde her a woman of manye wordes yet of a very pleaaante fancie withal, and havynjre much good counselle "?Dort. D,gg htt Works: Uh. cxl, Art.?4 Mistress U*A$ llyte. One elegant 12mo volume, 384 pages, printed on superfine paper, with 43 fine Engravings on Wood including.the following full page llluatrationain tints, designed by Coffin A Brown, and engraved by Orr A Andrews: 1. Ruth Partington, a portrait. 2. Paul a Ghost. 3. Partingtonian Philosophy. 4. Punch in the Head. 6. Stock of the Revolution. A. Ike in the Couutry. 7. Partington Mouae Hunting. 8. A Christmas Story. The undersigned hns the pleasure of announcing the day of the publication of the long looked for vol U,m?: Partington, her Life and Sayings, ' in eluding those of "l?aul. ' "Ike," and othenTof the Family. The large number ordered in advance more than 12,000 copies-is the best evidence of the popularity of the book. With the hope and expecta tion that the Old Lady will be kindly received by an appreciating public,' the Biographer places hia hand on his heart, and bows, as the curtain dcscend* to alow music." J. 0 DERBY, Publisher, ? - f . . ? 8 Park Place, New York. And for sale by Booksellers throughout ths United States and Canadas. Prioe $1.26. Single oopies seat by mail, post paid, on receipt of price. April 12. FKIJIT AND ornahikntaltrrrk and plantk. O ARSONS A CO , Flushing, near New York, offer , , . a ,arR* wid excellent assortment of fttand*rd APPLE, PEAK, k OTHER FRUIT TREES; Dwarf Pear* and Cherries; Ornamental Trees, for street and lawns; Trees and Shrubs, for massing at redueed rates. * FLOWERING SHRUBS. ,0K*th#r *'??> the usual variety required for the lawn, the orchard, and the ffcrddo? attention will be given to the execution and packing of orders. 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M No subscription received for less than one year and in every case the order must be accompanied b* th ?money. Letter*, in all cases, mnst be post paid. * O. SCOVILL, ^Thj 8 , # . . Publishing Agent, Albany. "5^ Jo?ni?lsfriendly, yl ?? pwHWi. M SKYDXR, BARKER AND KXCHAMOK BROKEK. Office National Hotel fhtilding, Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C., DEALER In Checks, Aoccptances. Drafts, Promis ?ory Notos, Bank Notes, and Coin. Notes on all solvent Banks in the United Stntos bought and sold, at the best prices. Note*, Drafts, and Bills, in Washington and George. town collected, and remittance* promptly made in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and other fund* at a charge of ons quarter per cent Bills of Exchange and Bank Checks, on most of the iirincipal cities of the Union, bought and sold at the _ 5*t?s. March 23 THK PloPLn FATKNT OFFICR. KATS.?Inventors and others desiring to ap P'y r?r Onveats, are informed that all the neces sary drawings and papers are prepared by the under stgneil with the utmost fidelity and despatch, and on the most moderate terms. All other Patent business promptly attended to. Persons wishing for information or advice relative to l ntents or Inventions, may at all timoseonsnltthe ""''"""'Ifed, without char at, either personally at his office, or by letter. ALFRED K. BRACH, Solicitor of American and Foreign Patents. Pfoplr ? Pitfrttt Ofitff. Na**av St., firm York. PR0SPBCTU8 OP TUB PROHIBITIONIST "If any State dooms the retail and internal traffic in ardent spirits injurious to ita oitisens, and calcu lated to produoe idleness, viee, or debauchery, 1 sco nothing in tho Constitution of the United States to prevent it from regulatiug or retraining the traffic, or from prohibiting it altogether, if it thinlu proper." Chief Jiittic? Thitry. / \N or before tho lat of January, 1864, the Exeou V > tive Committee of the New York State Tomper ranoe Society will issuo the lirat number of a Mouth ly Temperance Journal, under the title of" Tub Pro HIUITJONIHT." I rs Si/.k.?It will be printed on a double medium sheet, making eight quarto pagos, of four columns to * P*8? I ?nd, excluding advertiaementa, each number will contain an amount of reading matter equal at leaat to that furnished by our larger-aiied daily jour nals, or to that of an ordinary duodecimo volume of 160 pages. iTnOpjioT.?To advocate the Cause of Temper ance generally, and especially the Legislative Prohibi tion of thd Traffic in Intoxicating lWerages, to pre pare the minds of tho masses for suoh Prohibition, by showing its expediency and Necessity, and to secure, by all tho intluenoe it may legitimately exert, the ton"?118 on^oroom"n' Prohibitory Laws when ob Its Fikld.?Dealing with general principles, with arguments alike applicable to every oommunity where the traffic exists, and with facta illustrative of these arguments and principles, tho paper will bo Natiotuil in ita spirit,_ in its scope, in its purpose, and, we trust, it will be l^ational in ita circulation and inlluouco. Such is our aim and expectation. Wo desire to sue the Principle of Prohibition established in State aftor State, till it bocomos the recognised-policy of tho Na tion. It is our ambition to bear a part in this great work, and to this end Tiik Prohibitionist is estab lished, not as tho organ of a society merely, but of a Gkkat Reformatory Movement. Irs Necessity.?Tho existing Temperance Jour nals have little, if any, circulation outside of the Tem perance ltanks. Their prioo almost necessarily re stricts them to tho friends of the cause. The Pro hibition ist is designod for circulation (instead of tracts) amonjj the indifforent and the hostile. For this purpose it is put at a price so low as to enable the friends of Temporance in every school district, by combined action and at tin inconsiderable expense, to place a copy in oach family that will oonsent to re ceive it. Irs Pricb.?One copy for one year - - $0 60 Throe, to one address, one year 1 00 Seven do. do. - -2 00 And for each additional four copios, $1.00 will be addod, for any quantity less than fifty copies. For fifty copies to one address - - $11 00 For 100 do. do. - - - 20 00 No subscription recoived for less than one year, and in every case tho order must bo accompaniod by tho money. The paper will be under the gonerai direction of the Executive Committoo, who have received ample assurances of literary aid from not a few of the ablest and most eminent writers in the temperance ranks throughout the Union. The work will be stereotyped, and back numbers can be supplied to new subscribers at any time durine the year. AH orders should bo addressed to 0. Scovill, Pub lishing Agent, Albany. Communications for tho paper, or in relation to the interests of the cause generally, should be direoted to Wm. H. Burleigh, Corresponding Secretary. In behalf of the New \ork State Temperance So ciety : EDWARD C. DELAVAN, President. ? Baenaivf Committee..?Henry Mandeville, Reuben H. Walworth, John 0. Cole, I. N. Wyckoff, William Richardson, Edgar B. Day, Hermon Camp, B. P Stoats, Oliver Scovill. 0^- The Committee request all editors in the Uni ted States to give the above one insertion in their columns. To all who eomply with this request, we will send the Prohibitionist for one year, vruhoitt an exchange, unless they choose to add to our obligation by sending their papers also, which would, of course, be most thankfully received. Jan. 2 dtf THE NIW YORK MUSICAL REVIEW AND CHORAL ADVOCATE IS the cheapest and best Musical Paper ia the world. This Journal, which has heretofore boen published monthly, commences ita fifth year in Jan uary next, and thenceforward it will be published every two weeks?on every other Thursday; thereby giving more than twioe as much matter, without any increase in price. Each number eont&ins sixteen quarto pages, four of which are new musk, consist ing of glees, hymn tunes, chants, anthems, dedication and holvday "pieces, and, in short, every variety of music adapted to purposes of religious worship, to public occasions, and to the home circle; all of which will be of a practical character, and such as can be sung by persons of ordinary musical attainments In the editorial department of the Review are engaged (in addition to Mr Cady, the former editor) gentle men of the highest talent and ripest musical experi ence among whom are George F. Root, William B. Bradbury, Thomas Hastings, and Lowell Mason; and ita circle of correspondence, home and foreign, is complete. The Review will also be a regular me dium for the announcement of new musical publica tions by all the leading publishing houses in the Union. The subscription list of this patter is now larger than that of any similar journal in the world, and the new arrangements, rendering it the cheapest as well as (it is hoped) the most valuable musical paper ever published, must largely increase ita al ready unparalleled circulation. Term*. ? One dollar per annum, or six copies for five dollars, always in advance. QjT" The music alone in a volume would cost over five dollars in the usual form. Beside this, tnere will be an immense amount of musical news, essays, crit icism, instruction, Ac., all for only one dollar'' Kv ery one feeling a particle of interest in the cause of music will surely subscribe. Specimen numbers sent on receipt of two letter postage stamps. Address, always post paid ^ _ MASON BROTHERS, . D"* 2.x park Row, New York THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL I! STATES MAIL STEAMERS. T : The PACIFIC, oiapt. Nye. The ARCTIC, Capt. Luce. The BALTIC, Capt Cow stock. The ADRIATIC, Capt. 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Four copies, one year, $6. of Hub?0P,e"' 0n? *16, *nd on# fitter np KT-The Home Magatine and Godey's Lady's Book sent one year for $3.60 ' Address, postpaid, T 8 ARTHUR A CO., Jan. 19. 1#7 Walnut street, Philodelp I )R0P0SAL8 for making 1,000,000 of brick, for the j . l'?bor University, will bereceiv ed until 20th March next. Also, proposals for laying up the samo, eithor in connection with the making, or as a separate job, will be received until the Ist of May. Proposals should be addressed to the under signed. Lee Post Office, Athens county, Ohio. By order Ex Board WM fi LEWIS, Srr A/horn/, Jirnnartf 29, 1864, WHITS SLAVERY IN THK HAKBAKV ITATU BY HON. CHARLES SUMNER With 40 splendu. illustration.) by Billings, engraved by Baker 4 Smith It iutikes u beautiful lOuio volume of about 140 pages, bound in eloth, thin boards, printed In tb most elegant style, on the best paper. THE ARGUMENT. Introduction. Territory of the Barbary States- Tk* Subject and Sources of Information. I. 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THE AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST, a weekly Periodical of sixteen large quarto pages, making an anuual volume of 832 pages of nearly double the site of those in the first ton volumes ot the Agricul lTi. beautifully printed with type cost expressly for it, and on the host of clear white paper, with wide margin, so that the numbers can be easily stitonea 0rA?ooplou??InUcx is weokbr added, which will be fully amplified at the end of the year, for the bound Comprehensive in its Character, Each volume will oontain all matter worth record ing, which transpires either at home or abroad, and which can serve to instruct or intorcst the * armer, the Planter, the Fruit-Growor, the Gardener, aud the Stock Breeder; thus making it tho most com plete and useftil Agricultural Publication ot the day. Correct arul valuul>le Market Reports. Tho Markets will be carofully reported, giving the actual transactions which take place from week to week, in Grain, Provisions, Cattle, Ac.; thus keep ing our readers constantly and reliably advised as to their interests. During the paet year, the knowledge obtained from these Market Reports alone has saved our readers thousands of dollars, by informing them of the best time to sell or purchase. Such a Paper is demanded by the Farming Community. The publishers confidently believe that the agri culturists of this country are becoming too much awake to the demands of thoir own calling to be longer satisfied with the slow monthly issues of a pa per professedly devoted to their interest*, or to trust alone to the irresponsible extracts in a " farmer ? column," so popular just now in papers ohietty devo ted to bttiinefs, politics, or literature; and they loo* for the united support of all the intelligent farmers of this country in their continued effort to furnish a weekly paper of a high and reliable character, which shall be progressive, and at the same time cautious and conservative in all its teachings. Essentially an Agricultural Paper. The Agrxndtuntl will not depart fVoin its legiti mate sphere to eatch popular favor by lumbering up iU pages, with the silly, fictitious literature, and light, miscellaneous matter of the day; it has a high er aim: and a small part only of its spacefill be devoted to matters not immediately pertaining to the great business of Agriculture. The .hounohold as well as the out-door work of the farm will receive a due share of attention. The humbugs and nostrums afloat in the community will be triod by reliable sci entific rales, and their worthiness expoeed. It w the aim of the publishers to keep this paper under the guidance of those who will make it a standard work, which shall communicate to ite readers only that which Is safe and reliable. An Independent Journal. The American A%rinUturi>t stands upon its own merits; and the truthfulness, seal, and ability, which it brings to the support of the interests of the farmer. It is untrainineled hy ?ny collateral busi ness connections whatever; nor is it the organ of any clique, or the puffing machine of any man or thing. Thoroughly independent in all points, its ample pa ces are studiously given alone to the support and im provement of the great agricultural class. Editorial Department. The Amrrirnn A^rievhuriM is under the editorial supervision of Mr A. B. Allen, Its principal editor for the past ten yearn, and Mr. Orange Judd. A. M., a thoroughly practical farmer and agricultural They will be assisted hy Prof. Nash, who has been for a long time one of the most successful farmers of New England, and is now Agricultural Professor of Amherst College; Rev. Wm. Clift, widely known as a pleasing and instructive writer on gardening and other departments of practical agriculture, aud, in addition to these, a number of other eminent agri cultural writers. . . . All the editor* atv men practically experienced in their profession, each of whom can handle the Plow as well as the Pen. _ The Cheapest Paper in the country, of its char acter. The American Agriculturist is supplied to regultr subscribers at a cost of less than four cents a number, of sixteen large pages; and to large clubs for lees than two and a half cents. Kach number will oontain suggestions for the treatment of soils, manues, crops, utock, Ac., which will often be worth to the reader more than the cost of the paper for a year. Specimen Copies. Specimen copies will be forwarded, gratis. to any one sending their name and j>ost olficc address to the publisher*. Turns, Ac.?The paper will be promptly issued on Wednesday of each week, and mailed to subscribers on the following liberal terms: To single subscribers, at $2 a year?fa. To clubs of three subscribers, at $1?7 a year? To clubs of five subscribers, at $1.00 a year?$8. To elubs often subscribers, at $1 W? a year?$15 To clubs of twenty subscribers, at $1 16 a year ? .v ?? The money always to accompany the names Tor which the paper is ordered. ... The Postmaster or other person sending a club of ten. will be entitled to one extra eopy gratia. The Postmaster or other person sending a club o! twenty or more, will be presented with an extra copv. and also a eopy of the National Magatine, Scientifio American, Weekly Tribune, or Weekly Times,or any other paper or periodical in this city, not costing over two dollars per annum. Subscriptions may be forwarded by mail, at the risk af the publishers, if enclosed and mailed in the presence or the Postmaster. fry Communications for the paper shonld be ad dressed to the editors; subscriptions, advertisements, and all matters relating to the business department, should be addressed to the publishers. ALL P.N A CO., Dee 12 189 Water street. New York fARM FOR RALK. WILL be sold at private sale, that well known Farm lying on Seventh street Plank Road, In Montgomery kunty, Maryland, about r?$Al miles from Washington oity. containing 173J acres, more or less? about 100 in moadow, 100 in wood, and the balance (1724) in cleared fields. The Farm oan be divided into several, giving a fair proration of wood and meadow land to each. The whole Farm Is well watered, several never failing streams passing through It. The fencing Is good, and tbere Is a large quantity of chestnut timber In the woods, suit ablo for a further division of the fields. In point of health, beauty, and location, It is not surpjueed by any farm in tho State of Maryland. It *|ways been remarkable for its beauty. The dwelling f-ontains eight rooms, kitchen, pantry, Ac , garret, cellars, Ac., all surrounded by a neat paling, with a pump of good water in the yard ; bam, stn hie, and other out houses; good spring house, with a never-failing spring of delightfully cool water at tached. , Servants' quarters for as many hands as woui<i ever be necessary on the Farm. A good apple orchard, and some eaeellent peach es, pears, cherries, Ac. The road being now of the very best character, produce from the Farm and manures from the City can he hauled at any and all seasons of the year. This property will bo sold <"""**?? Vr cheanor than any other property on the road be tween^t and the city. With an ordinary horse, it ia not more than an hour's drive to the c||y Anv communications addressed to CHARLES V. GORDON, Washington, D. 0., will receive atten tl0B Dee. 15?Kteow If AR AlfD ADAIW^AtG^IK IAPIDLB, AND LARD OIL of the finest quality, In good shipping order. Star and Adamantine Candles. j\U weight, I? ounces to the pound These eandles are excellent for all climates, especially California. Bra ?il the East and West Indie*, and AfHea Orders fof on ?d ou. Marsh U- Caadle Manufacturer, Cincinnati.O