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PUBLISHED DAILY, AT 3 O'CLOCK, P. M. WASHINGTON, 1). 0. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1844, PUBLISHED DAILY AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M. BT JOHN T. TOWERS. Office Pennsylvania Avenue between 3d and 4| streets. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 square 1 day - $0 50 1 do 2 days - 62 1 do 3 do - 75 1 do 1 week ^ 1 25 1 do 2 weeks 2 25 Business cards I square 1 month $3 50 1 do 2 months 5 00. 1 do 3 do 7 00 1 do 6 do 12 00 1 do 1 year 24 00 $5 per annum. Longer advertisements at equally favorable rales. ?Cf?Ten lines or less to make a square. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. The Standard will be delivered to subscribers in the District at ten cents per week, payable to the carriers; or, when preferable, they can pay at the office for a longer period. Subscribers will be fui> nishcd, by mail, ten weeks for one dollar ; and in no cane will the paper be continued beyond the time paid for. Single copies two cents. A Weekly edition of the WHIG STANDARD for country circulation is published every Monday morn ing, at ONE DOLLAR to December first, in advance. LAW NOTICE. T. S. DONOHO. E- WARNER THE undersigned have this day formed a copart nership for the practice of Law in the District of Columbia and adjoining counties. Office in the east wing of the City Hall, No. 31. THOMAS S. DONOHO, EDWARD WARNER. Washington, March 12, 1844. CHARLES S. WALLACH, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR, NO. 6, WEST WING, CITY HALL, nov 6?ly JAMES J. DICKINS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, practices in the Supreme Court of the United States, the several courts of the District of Columbia, prosecutes claims before Congress, and the several Departments of the General Government; and in general docs all business requiring an Agent or At torney. Office No. 4, west wing of the City Hall, nov 27- ly RI. A. CULVERWELL. Collector and AgeiU, ? offers his services .o his friends and the public generally for the collection of accounts and any agen cy business they muy be pleased to favor him with promising prompt action and speedy returns. Resi' dence an 9th street, between G and H streete, oppo site McLeod Academy, where four or five gentlemen can be accomodoted with board, without lodging. feb 13?tf ROBERT P. ANDERSON, Bookbinder and Paper Ruler, corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 11th street. Binding and Machine Ruling, of any kind or pattern, neatly and promptly executed, and on as good terms as any other establishment in the Dis trict "ov 6 WNEW BOOKBINDER Y. ILL1AM H. NALLEY would respectfully in form his friends and the public, that he has opened a Bookbindery on Pennsylvania avenue, next door to Beers's Temperance Hotel. He would request those who have books to bind to give him a call, where he may always be found ready to execute all orders left with him. aP ^ A PHILADELPHIA BIRD CAGES. j.j.N extensive assortment of Mocking and Canary Birds Caees iust received, and for sale at manufac- j turer's prices. JAMES M. DORSi/I 1, Snuff, Tobacco, and Fancy Goods Store, Mar 29 Pa. Av. No. 11, east of Gadsby's Hotel. WHITE LEAD, LIM'SEED OIL, PUTTY, fyc. r a KEGS White Lead, 80 Gallons Linseed Oil, e)U 600 Pounds Putty, put up in bladders, 50 Boxes Window Glass, from 8 by 10 to 14 by 22. Just received and for sale low; for cash, or to punc tual customers, by C. H. JAMES, ap 17 corner 14th and L sleets. JOHN A. BLAKE, Bookbinder, Paper Kule'', awl Blank Book manufacturer, south side of Pennsyl vania avenue, near 14th street, and opposite I uller s City Hotel (up stairs). Blank books of all descrip tions manufactured to order, old books rebound, maps mounted and varnished, and all kinds of fancy binding executed in the neatest manner and at rea "??OC^'SIMP ROVED PATENT LEAF HOLD ER, (OR TEMPORARY BINDER, of all the various ?izes, with or without locks, will be furnished in any quantity and in any style of binding desired, at whole sale prices. nov 6?dtf TttT GERMAN PRINTING. I Hte Proprietor and Publisher oi the German Na tional Gazette," is prepared to print, with neatness and despatch, hpeeches, documents, &c? in the German Ian in pamphlet form or otherwise. Documents, Ac., carefully translated into German. Office on E street, between 9th and 10th, Washington, rj p P. A. SAGfcj, may 18? lm Publisher of the " National Zeitung." S SOMETHING NEW! IGN AND AWNING PRINTING.?The new Franklin Job Printing Office, in E street, between 9th and 10th, is prepared to execute every descrip tion of Printing, from a poster down to a visiting card, with elegance, despatch, and at the most rea sonable prices. Having procured an extensive as sortment of the largest wood letter, (some more than one foot in size,) this office is enabled to print on canvass for signs, awnings, exhibitions, &c , &c., at one-fourth less than the cost of having them painted. Business men, strangers, and others, who may have printing of any description to do, will find it to their advantage to call at the above Job I rinttng Otncc, may 18?lm THE AMERICAN LABORER, EVOTED to the cause of Protection to Home Industry; embracing the Arguments, Reports, and Speeches of the ablest Civilians of the United States in favor of the Policy of Protection to American La bor. With the Statistics of Production in the United States, &c., tc. In monthly parts, and now for the first time published complete in one volume. Price, *1 Just received and lor sale at the corner of 11th street and Pennsylvania aveuue, by may13 R. FARNHAM. T PROTECTION AND FREE TRADE. HE question stated and considered, by Horace Greeley, price $15 per thousand. Also, Letters of Cassius M. Clay, and other Whig Documents, just rc ceivcd and for sale at the Bookstore of R. FARNHAM, jelO corncr of lltli street and Peito. av. B GIRLHOOD ANOWOMANIiOOD, Y the autiior of Woman in America.?This work is intended to show the effects of a right training of the mind. The pictures arc diawn from human nature, and exhibit variieties of female character as seen in childhood, and followed by a full develop raeut in womanhood. Just published and for sale at the Bookstore of R. FARNHAM, je!2- Corner of lltli st. and Peun. av. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING ARTICLES " WE have received from Philadelphia an exten tensive invoice of Wearing Apparel, to be sold cheaper than ever?for instance: Shirts, with linen bosoms and wristbands, for 80 cents, worth $1 25; Do. super with long bosoms and Byron collars, suit able for summer wear, for $195?just the same arti cle they ask you $9 50 for in other diggins ; Do. su per do., all linen, for $3 ! What! all linen, for $3 ? Why, they charge $5 elsewhere?they must be com mon and coarse. No, they aint, cither?call and sec?they speak for themselves. Bosoins, for 12i, 18jf, 25, 37and 50 cents; Collars, at 12! J8a an"d 25 cents, worth 50 ccnts; Do. super do. French, at 37| and 50 cents. Summer Stocks, 37? cents? worth 75 cents. Black Italian Silk Cravats, Scarfs, Gloves, and Hosiery, with a large assortment of Sum - mer Clothing at Northern prices. LEWIS & HUNT, may9 Perm, avenue, near 11th st. THE JUNIUS TR A CPS.?-No. Democracy! just received. Also, on hand : No. 1. The Test, or parties tried by their acts ; No. 2. The Currency; No. 3. The Tariff; Ne. 4. Life of Henry Clay; No. 5. Political Abolition. NO PICE.?-Committees, clubs, and all persons de | sirous of obtaining these tracts, are requested to sen6 their orders with remittance to R. FARNHAM, cor ner of 11th street and Pennsylvania avenue, Wash or to GREELY & McELRATH, Tribune othce, New York, who will promptly forward them to.any part of the Union, as may be directed. Re mittances by mail, post paid or free, at the risk of the proprietor. Price for any of the series $2 50 per 100 copies, or $20 per thousand. Postmasters ?,re. authorized by law to make remittances under their frank R. FARNHAM, Jan 3^ BookseUer, cor. 11th st. and Pent). Av. THE AGE OF BRASS, OR THE FUM .P DYNASTY. | Von taming the political morals of certain political , characters; a satire in six cantos* by Nobody No ?'n6 of Nowhere, a member of the Youne Men's Whig Convention, 1840. Price 12? cents. Just re rcceived, and for sale by ma? 21 R. FARNHAM. MANESCA'S FRENCH COURSE, an Oral Sys lem of Teaching Living Languages, illustrated by a practical course of lessons in the French through the medium of the English, by Jean Mawesca, fourth edition, revised. For sale by R. FARNHAM, corner 11th street and Penn. av. Where may be foutid all the French School books now in use, and sold at very low priccs. SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOK DEPOSITORY.? Books of the American Sunday School Union may be always had at the Bookstore of R. FARN HAM, corner of 1 Ith street and Pennsylvania avenue at the same pricc asat the Depository in Philadelphia! PRINTING AND WRITING PAPERS of<^ J- quality and size made to order, and sold at man ufacturers1 prices. R. FARNHAM, corncr 1 Ith st. and Penn. a v. THE TRUTH SOMETIMES NOT FOUND OUT \ UNTIL TOO IJ1TE. OUCH is often the case in regard to persons taking ?J medicine. They are induced by plausible rea soning, false representation and doctrines, to employ medicines that, so far from being adapted to their disease or sickness, absolutely increase the symn toms, destroy the constitution, rack the whole system, and bring on a gradual decline, terminating in death; previous to the fatal termination, however (but unfortunately too late,) the truth is found out that the pills, mixtures, &c. they have been taking were composed of the most powerful and dangerous ingredients, prepared too by persons knowing nothing of disease or the nature of the medicines they recom mend, depending altogether upon the " general doc tgne of such imposters," that their medicines will " kill or cure." Be advised, then, if you find It ne cessary to tako some medicine for purifying the blood and cleansing the bowels, to take nothing but Dr Leidy's justly anil deservedly celebrted SaRSAPA ILIjA BLOOD PILLS, the only pills containing oarsapanlla m the their composition?the safest and best as well as the most effectual that can be taken. OKI and young, at all times, without regard to weather, may take them without fear of taking cold and without restraint from occupation or usual course Upwards of 1,000 certificates have been than 100 0flnah'OU9 of thoir efficacy- More than 100,000 boxes have been sold in Philadelphia in twelve months. These facts go to prove their vah.e or so many never would be sold in so short a time' in a place where they are manufactured; this, how ever, arises m part from the fact that the manufa^ turei of them (Dr. Leidy) is well known at home as a regular physician and apothecary, knowing theTru^ nature of diseases and of the medicines he recom mends, attested by the most celebrated physicians" among whom are Dr. Nathaniel Chanmnn il w ' Gibson, Dr. W. E. Horner, Dr. "fc Robert Hare, Dr. P. S. Physic, Dr T C la.nl n W. P. Dowwjs Dr. J. lJd,?;? Co? Kc n wLH Delancy, Robert Adrian, LLD., &c. to ' H Orders for Dr. Leidy's BLOOD PILLS are received from the North, South, East, and West and the most flattering accounts, from every direction of their u>iparalleled success. A single box (25 cen'ts^ may save as many dollars, if taken in time, instead of the dangerous medicines now forced on the nub lic, and by taking which persons so often find it ne cessary at last to take Dr. Leidy's Blood Pills lo counteract their injurious consequences. ' RJi>'?rnPrT^d,on.1P''"nd soW Wholesale and Retal, at Dr. Leidy s Health Emporium, No. 191, North Second street, below Vine street, Philadelphia And by CHARLES STOTT, ?pr Jo?3m Agent for the District. WNEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! E have just received? 50 pieces new style Silks, from 50 eta. lr> g 1 10 do do Foulard Silks, cheap 25 do worsted Beregcs, at 31 i ct?., worth 50 20 do superfine Balzarmes 25 do beautiful colored Lace Lawns, cheap 30 do Balzarinc Lawns 25 Lace Silk Shawls, splendid article 20 Beregc Shawls, $4 50, worth #6 A large lot of Moussflines, at any price that can be mentioned. 50 pieces Irish Linen, very cheap 15 do French Bombasins, do 20 do black* Alpacca, from 50 emits to f 1 A large lot -white Cambrics, Jaconet Cambrics, Lace Cambrics, and cross-barred Cambrics A great quantity of Drillings, Gambroons, Sum mar Cloths, Spring Cassimeres, Marseilles Vestings, and 75 picccs best west of England black Cloths and Cassnnercs, which we will have made up to or derly one of the most experienced Tailors in this country, unusually cheap. Fits guarantied. 3,000 yards breached Cotton, at 6; cts. 3,000 do hahdaome Calico, at 6J cts. 2,500 do Chintz Prints, at 121 cts. 500 pair black twisted silk Gloves, at 25 cts., worth 50 200 pair black twisted silk Mits, with half fin gers, at 25 cts., worth 50 500 dozen Cotton Hose, assorted colors, at 121 cts., worth 25 500 dozen cotton Hose, assorted colors, at 25 cts., worth 50 And every article usually kept in dry goods stores, too numerous to mention, which we sell lower than any other merchant in the District, may 21 HALL & BROTHER. T FRESH GROCERIES: HE subscriber is now in receipt of his SPRING GOODS, per packct Alexandria, from New York. His assortment now comprises nearly every article in his line, among which are the following, viz. Sugars?Loaf, powdered, crushed Lump, brown, New Orleans, Muscovado, Porto Rico, Havana, and clarified Molasses?Sugar-house, Porto Rico, N. Orleans, New lbera, and Sugar-house syrup Coffee?Mocha, Java, Angustura, Rio, Maricai bo, Cuba, and St. Domingo Teas?Old Hyson, Gunpowder, Imperial, Young Hyson, Hyson Skin, and Black. Particular at tention paid to the better quality of Teas. Spices?Nutmeg and Mace, Allspice and Cloves, Pepper, Ginger, &c. Fruit?Raisins, Prunes (in jars), Figs, Apples, Tamarinds, &c. Fish?Shad, Salmon, Mackerel, Cod, and Herring Candles?Wax (white and colored), Sperm, Tal low, and Adamantine Oil?Sperm, Lard, and Salad Soap?Fancy, Windsor and Common Floor?25 bbls. superior New York, 30 bbls. Vir ginia assorted brands Miscellaneous?Honey (in the comb), Maple Su gar, Macaroni, Vermicelli, Pickles, Sweetmeats, Sardines, Catsups, &c., &c. Pearl Barley, Irish Moss, Hams, Pine Apple, Sapsago, and N. York Cneesc. Salt, Brooms, &c., &c. S. HOLMES, 7th street. m TO EPICURES. JL HE subscriber has on hand a choice article of Pickled Oysters, with which he will be supplied from Piney Point during the season. Preserved Peaches, Pine Apples, Limes Citron, Raspberry Jam, and Currant Jelly Sapsago Cheese, Raisins in the layer Pickled Tomatoes, Onions, &c. Tomato Catsups, and Pepper Sauce He has also on hand a general and fresh stock of Family Groceries. junc 7? S. HOLMES. W DRUGS AND MEDICINES. ALLACE ELIOT & CO., corner of F and 12th streets, have just received a fresh supply of Drugs and Medicines, viz? Alcohol Sup. Carb. Soda Gum Camphor Prepared Chalk Sulph. Quinine Pearl Sago Gum Arabic (extra) Rice Flour Lump Magnesia Refined Liquorice Cream Tartar Turkey Opium And a variety of other articles, too numerous to mention. Also, an assortment of popular PATENT MED ICINES, now in use; such as Oldridge's Balm of Columbia; Thompson's Eye Water ; Leidy's Sarsa parilla Pills; BrandrethS Pills; Peters'Pills; Pease's andy ; Frcy's Vermifuge. mayl-lm APL.1YI.YG CARDS. large stock of Lemuel Smith's (successor of Ca leb Barilett) American Playing Cards, made of linen, and of superior quality, just received and for sale, wholesale or retail, at New York prices, by JAMES M. DOR8ETT, Snuff, Tobacco, and Fancy Goods Store, mar 29 Pa. Av. No. 11, East of Gadsby's Hotel. JSANDS'S SARSAPAR1LLA. UST received, a fresh supply of the above cele brated article, by . C. H. JAMES, ap 13? Corner 14th and E sts. CLOTHING AND FURNISHING ARTICLES, mWENTY-FlVE PER CENT. BELOW NEW X YORK AND BOSTON PRICES?I have just returned from New York with a splendid assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, Gambroons, Ginghams, Tweeds, Draditia, Neopolitan Twills, fig ured andplain Satin Vestings, large assortment of French goods, with a good slock of fine Shirts, Collars, Bosoms, Scarfs, Stocks, Gloves, Suspenders, Hand kerchiefs, Socks, &c. The whole of the above goads have been purchased for cash in the New York market with great care, and having had twenty-five years experience, 1 flatter myself they are purchased equal, if not far lower, than any goods brought to this market. I have now made a large assortment of Summer Clothing of the most approved styles, and still con tinue to make up. Also, I will mako clothes to order, and warrant them to fit, for the same prices. WM. Marshall, Merchant tailor and Clothing store, eight doors east of Gadsby's Hotel, corner of Kimmell & Walker's alley, and at my Auction store, between 9th and 10th streets, Penn. avenue. ap 9? MISCELLANEOUS. THE OLD ASHLAND TREK. BT EZEKIEL BACON. Tune?" The brave old Oak." A song for the sage, the brave old Sage, We have known and honored him long ; While fame and renown have encircled his crown, With garlands enduring and strong. There was fear irr his frown, when his eye looked down On the host who environed his waj; And he rose in his might, midst storms of th* night, And held the fierce foemen at bay. Let us sing of the Sage, the brave old Sage, Who stands in his glory alone ! And still stands he, as the firm oak tree, When Lindenwold saplings are gone. O'er the year of his youth, shone honor and As his star ascended the sky ; [truth, It still with bright beams round the horizon gleams, As bursts its clear light from on high. We well knew the day, when he moved on his way, With patriots au4 sages of yore Now gone to their rest, in the land of the blest, And we walk in their shadows no more. Still we sing of the Sage, the Ashland Sage, Yet standing unscathed and alone; And long staud he, the storm beaten tree, When the time-worn forest is gone! As the cedar's strong hold, he struck his root When sounded the clarion of war [bold, When faction was rife, the world rent with strife, And invasion came from afar; Our barriers of Clay held Britons at bay, With Madison firm at the helm : So now for the right, we rise in Whig might, And hordes of fell faction o'erwhelm. Then a song for the Sage, the time honored Sage Yet towering in fame and renown; There long shall he stand, the pride of the land, Still shining as ever he shone. ANTWERP. As many hundreds pf thousands of English visit this city, (I have met at least a hundred of them in this half hour walking the streets., guide* book in hand,) and as the ubiquitous Murray has already depicted the place, there is no need to enter into a long description of it, its neatness, its beauty, and its still antique splendor.4 The tall, pale houses have many of them crimped gables, that look like Queen Elizabeth's ruffs. There are as many people in the streets as in London at three o'clock in the morning. The market women wear bonnets of a flower-pot shape, and have shining brazen milk-pots, which are delightful to the eye ! of a painter. Along the quays of the lazy Scheldt are innumerable good-natured groups of beer drinkers, (small beer is the most good-hatured drink in the world ;) along the barriers outside of the town, and by the glistening canals are inor^ beer shops and more beer-drinkers. The city id defended by the queerest fat military. The chief traffic is between the hotels and the railroad. The hotels give wonderful good dinners, and es pecially at the Grand Laboureur may be men tioned a peculiar tart, which is the best of all tarts that ever a man ate since he was ten years old. A moonlight walk is delightful. At ten o'clock the whole city is quiet, and so little changed does it seem to be, that you may walk back three hun dred years into time, and fancy yourself a majes tical Spaniard, or an oppressed and patriotic Dutchman at your leisure.? Titmarsh: Fraser. VENICE. This city is undergoing the moat extensive im provements. The old palaces are thoroughly re paired, and new ones built in every direction.?* Houses, whole streets are raising their heads, on the borders of the smaller canals, which are being filled up; the bridge across the Lagunes is pro gressing uninterruptedly; the "Pontedellc Pag. lie" has been enlarged to double its former size ; the " Pontc di ca di Dio" is being rebuilt. A new project is on foot for opening the "Sfondo" of the old "Procuratianother for ornamenting the base of the Companile of St. Mark'*, remov ing all the miserable little wooden shops that now encumber it; a magnificent hotel is to be crected on the " Riva degli Sehiavoni," supplying a long needed decoration for this noble promenade. Me chanics' schools are in active operation, and the population, instead of carrying on a sombre and apathetic existence, in hourly dread of those graves for the weary, the Piombi above, or the Poxzi below them, enlivened only by collecting in groups on the marble squares, to listen, with ears intent and eyes glistening, while some tat terdemalion recites, " Erminia in tanto fra le ombrose piante," &c., are engaged very actively in the prosaic occupation of making money.? They would, every man of them* leave Tasso for a tester. There is every appearance of healthy improvement in this ancient city. Foreign Quarterly Revieu\ CONVERSATION?ANECDOTE. I shall not repeat here what I formerly said in praise of conversation, though the subject reminds me of a trifling adventure which lately befell the distinguished member of a university, who main tained that he had principally acquired his know ledge by conversation, and always'tleclared that there was no man from whom some information might not be gained. My awn opinion would, ratner, perhaps, be in favor (of female conversa tion, as I am inclined to believe ladies the best instructors. I can safely say, at least, " I learned the little that 1 know from them." This, how ever, has nothing to do with the adventure of tho learned professor, to which we must return. Our friend, finding himself one day tete-a-tete in a mail coach with a sober, sedate, and respectable looking man, determined at once to make the most of him, and to learn as much from bis fellow traveller aa the latter might be able to teach. than thl f? '??ner f"rlr 8tarted' therefore, tntw professor commenced with the usual in onfv S"Ubjectn?(,l,e weath?- Receiving aM throthr.r t0nO8y ablCal ho went over Inch oSSUSP'S! tUoal ?cneraI|y ^sorted to on tte cr^ nZlihefaKra0Ce of lh? co"Dt^. belter reaulTlh! p ? e. ?rve$t' but ,Srith 00 ine to whatever S t"!? rndn on5y "sent ivft tn hi 5? ,the man of 'earoinir advanced. Not to be driven from bis favorite theory, the dto pCnt' at -ast' mor0 d'rectly to work, L would h?yL8Ir 18 U'erC Sny 8ubiect on which you would be <v,Jlmg to converse 1" "Try me on I leather, and I am your man," was the reply of Oie vis-a-vis, a stout, honest currier, as chance would have it.-?Fraser's Mag. ESCAPE IN SPITE OF PRUSSIAN STRICTNESS. of l'fv/leei?city 0f Frankfort' wh'cJi in its capacity of a free city, is garrisoned by an Austrian and a tbndl.?" r?f/ment'.had been under contribu w?4lt who thPrm^fairuby a m08t exDert pick ,who"'thc Police had endeavored in vain ? Aan c?pture- ^ fiir wa? nearly at an end , and in order that the thief might not escape, h0em8rrf at ^ gatefl were directed to allow noi roan to leave the town Without sending him to Ifidfo sfll .7T8V? uaVr hi? Paa8P?rt examined, ' ? ? 6ee. ,f',,s ("eight, features, and appearance corresponded with the description on the paper. > This order given, the authorities did not trouble ! HI anJ ln,ore about the matter, feeling ?^! fh?er^'n ! .' ? offender could not escape. On the ether hand, the unfortunate thief felt very uncomfortable Nature had endowed him whh r?!tCLare"iarkable physiognomy, and it was diffi. cul to find a passport to fit him unless it were hiT.f pu rp0se ; 80 that out of Ave or six which he had m his pqyession not one would do. At last.be made up his mind to walk out of town JJSJ i Pa88Port. as if he were one of the town's people going out for a stroll. He accordingly took a cane in: bis hand, and, lounging along with an affectation of great indifference, approached a gate at whichthe Austrians were on guard. But the sentry had his orders, and when the stranger iTfrSu ? g0e,8 there1" he vociferated. fr?nd' ~A *"8wered the thief. ? Advance, friend . said the sentry with a significant rattle of his musket; a sort of intimation that non compliance might be rewarded by a bullet. The thief walked up to the soldier. ?? Your passport," ilT f h? ,atte!> pwsport! repeated the thief, m a tone of infinite astonismen,t, "I have n^ne:, ." AJ|.the better for you," said the sentry, shou dermg his musket. " If youfod had one, I should have been obliged to send you into the h?I ,AOU8e}? have il 6xamined, and, that would have detained you a good half hour. But since you have ?o passport you can't show one, so you meLZT'h- intelligent warrior recom menced his monstrous promenade ? whiu th~ thief, profiting by his obliging permission, walked m! JJumas?Wn R/line and Rhinelanders, by ?jlY7"CoDt(?'n,n8 ? description of the Empires Seas, Harbors, Rivera, Lakes, Mountain4,Capes &c m the known world -, with the Government, cStomS' Vta ?n^ner? 1 I5habitants- the'extent, bound*-' ries, and natural productions of each country; and the trade, manufactures, and curiosities of the cities and towns. Third edition, with airiple additions and improvements. By Win. Darby.' Price ?3 50 Sr copy, containing aW 1,000 pages. The work c? Hiname-?K ^eVeyy county included in the cen sus of 1840, with the elements of their population re Ah"&'V?und in the tables und?r the head of the States, f or sale at the bookstore of K. FARNHAM, may 30? Cor. 11th street and Penn. av T? BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! X! REDERICK the Great and his Times, by Tho mas Campbell; Anthon's Classical t>ictionirv- Lev erett's and Donegon's Lexicons; Jean Miners French Coun-e; Anthon's ard Jacob's Greek Read s' L^.r' ,?a W *n? a .^assortment , ' ?" w? "WW* laiuuy M. layer DOOkfl ? a large assortment of Bibles and Episcopal Pray* Books elegafitly bound in Turkfey, Morocco, and other binding; Methodist Hymn Books and Pious Songs; Catholic Prayer Boolcs, elegantly bound in Turkey, Morocco, imitation binding, gi|t, alio in plain sheep binding; Doway Bibles and Testament* ? the Explanation ol the Mass; the Way of the Cross ? Sinner's Guide; Elevation of the Soul, and 6ther do-' voUonal works, Rosaries, and Prayer Pictures. For #toi ,r i> GARRET ANDERSPN'8, 21~tf penn. av., btw 11th and 12th street. Rnew amb popular Music ECEIVED this day?Songs for SfebLh rJlS f ! Pau&bter, to toe air of Dan Tucker Cherrily o ef the Mountains, to the popular South r ,?m,retrain, Going over the Mountain L Enfer Quadrille Diabolique Sweet is the Twilight Hour; The Foeman Comes l^o, the Watchfire! Over There, a doleful ballad Souvenir of Ole Bull; Sleeping, I dreamed, Love Lament ef the Irish Emigrant Clay and Frelinghuysen; Kentucky Gentleman Kentucky Melodies National Songs?Our Flag is There, Star Span gled Banner, The Land of Washington, 4m. Marches, Duetts, Quicksteps, be. A laige collection of popular and favorite Songs Duetts, Airs, Waltzes, fcc. &c. &o. for the piano forte, &c. For sal^ by GARRET ANDERSON, Between 11th and l*th stfeet*, P,, Ave. "7 r very large assortment of Portfolios for mmic and for writing materials, from 50 cts. to $1. BULL'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF SARSAPJl I J UST received and for sale by C. H. JAMES, ?P l3~ Comer 14th and Esta.