During the early part of the week i representative of the Argus paid a visit to the carriage factory and warerooms of Walker Bros., on VV. Liberty street. He was mosc agreeibly surprised at the push and enterprise of this hustling firm, for, although on every hand he had heard the cry "dull times" at this place he found the proprietors cheerful and hopeful. The first floor of their fine new building was completely fïlled with carriages, harnesses, whips and blankets and the second floor was nearly filled with carriages, while on the third floor were stored carriage trimmings and iïxings. The work rooms were stocked with parts and pareéis of carriages which were being put in shape for the spring trade in carriage building, which the firm thinks will be quite heavy. Walker Bros. are to be congratulated for their perseverance and business pluck which is bound to insure success.