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thra n Jt mijnnprjve lYn opportunity.
Tlii first da.iih i:i parish may also be
tli o last. N y, weep not my r3ter, be
cause I nuy g nexi, Tho lima at best is
blunt, ami I must wotk while the day lasts
1 diJ nut answer. My heart was lull unit
I turned awiy. Tint diy my brother as
cended his pulpit to conduct the funeral sei
vices, an.) in litem ho did make ofhrr lift
a lesson lo sll present, bill when ha d
dressed himself particularly lo ihe young,
ihe middle nged, und the old. his eye kin
dled, and his cheek glowed, as he varied
the subject to jiresenl the 'king of terrors'
in a different hjjht lo each. Then he turn
rd to the mourners. ?nd who were thnjl
Hu own aged father, Ihe companion for
in my years of her who was before them in
Mr Bhroud. Hi own brothers and sisters
and the littlo ones of the third generation
whose childish memories hid not even yei
forgotten her dying blessing. lie essayed
to sneak, but in vain. The flush faded
from his cheek till he was deadly pule. A
guilt he nliempled lo adddrcss us, ind again
in vain. He raised his hand, and buried
liia .ico in the folds of his whie hindker
chief. I also coTered my eyes, and there
wisadi?p stillness through the assembly
At that moment I thought more o( the liv
in it lit nil r,r ilie dead: am then tliero wag a
rush among the congregation, like ihe eud
dm bursting forth of a mighty lorrftnt,
1 rain tl my eyes, but could see no one
in the pulpit. The nexi instant it was fill
ed. 1 also pressed forward, ami unimpe
ded ascended the 6teps for all stood back
tli at I might pass. I reached him as he
lay upon ihe seat where he hid falen, and;
the handkerchief, which was still pressed
to his lips, was wet with blood. They
bore bim down, ind through ihe aisle; and
when he passed the coffin, he raised his
head, and gazed a moment upon that calm
pale face. Then rastiug upon all around, a
farewell glance, ho sunk gently back, and
closed his eyes.
A few evenings after, I was sitting bj
hi bed-sida. The bright glow of a selling
sun penetrated ihe while curtains of his win
t'ow., and fell with softened lustre upon
his fare. The shadows of the contiguous
foliage were dancing upon the curtains, the
lloor; and the snowy drapery of his bed;
and as he looked faintly up, he murmured,
'It is a beautiful world; but the other is
glorious, '0 very glorious! and my mother
is there, "and Endirnt. See.' they are
beckoaing to me, and smiling joyfully.'
Mother, dear mother, and Endicoll I am
His voice and looks expressed gush enn
nixiinn of the realitv nf what, he flaw, thai
1 also looked up to see those beautiful epir
its. My glance of disappointment recalled
Jiin; and he smiled as he said, I think n
was a dream, but it will be realiiy soon
1)3 not go,' eiid he, as I arose to call for
oihert. 'Do not fear, sister. The bands
are very loose, and the spirit will go gently
and perhaps even before you could retuin.
I re-seated myself, and pressing hi
wasted hand in mine, I watched,
As through his breasi the wave cf life
Heaved gently to and Iro.'
A few moments more, and I was alone
with ihe dead.
We buried Winthroo by the side of En
dicott W., and the old pastor was soon laid
Years hive passed since then, and I st
1 vo lo visit ttioe three graves. But oihei
fee lingi mingle with ihcse which once pos
sessed mv soul. 1 hear those whose Ingl
vocations was once deemed a sure guaran
tec for their puiiiy. either basely calumnia
ted, or lerriblv condemned. Their moral-
i:y is questioned, their sincerity double)
their usefulness denied, and their preten
sions scoffed at. it maybe that unholy
hands aru sometimes laid upon the ark, and
that changes of times forbid such extensive
usefulness as was in the power of ihe cler
gymen of Now EnglanJ in former days
Dot when ihrrc comes a muttering cry
'Down wiih the priesthood!' and a denia
if ihe good which they have effected, my
soul repels the insinuation, as though i
were blasphemy, I think of iho first three-
pastors of our village, and I reverence the
ininisieri.il office and its labors,
'If I but remember only
Thai such as these have lived and dial.
S t s A N N 1 .
A !o!iacr.ni:t in b't. Louis gave each
rerruils from tlmt ciiy a wedge cf chew
ing tobacco befon 1'ieir depiriure.thcy hv
inj given him assurance dial Bt. I.oui
would 'nave ',. nhr.re of the honors of the war
This then may be called the quid pro quo
.7q-c? nf the d'iicrrt':;. lien. Gaines, ii
!s said, is about C!) years ol a;:', (un.Sent
it, tl'.'Ut 01, ai.d fic-n, 'J'aylyr CO.
l3 mi i ja ;d sj is2 Jti.
THUTM WMHUIT I K 4 ft
S.tTClllh1 JlhVi, IHUJ
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
t ? A .7 L C OMMISSIO
WILLIAM H. FOSTER, jr.
The Office of the 'Coixmuu Dkmocrat'
has been Removed into iho new IJiick
lioilding, South side of Main street, a few
doors below .Maikel.
V. D. PALMER. nij. i avtwri:rd h ml ax
A"tnt fur the '('oirMine Ui.moirat,' und re
ceipt ull won it J'ir Hubicryitioii und Advert-!,'
me at hi Ai'tnat in
Philadelphia jV. fit) Pint-sheet.
iew York " 100 Xtsmti-itrett.
Boston " 10 Ktiite-strrtt.
Baltimore S. E. cor. Bait, and Culvert-eta.
Mmhantt-Mec.kinia und Tradesmen muyjlnd
it to their advantage to athvrthe in ths pnier, 74
it is the only one piibltufird ut trie louni) .-i;ai.
-nd ha a greater c'.rvdallm in Ihe cuiinty than
ani uthcr puptr published within itHuiiitx.
We have heretofore had ample orcflsinn
lo complain of the hregulariiy of iho uuiks.
but never to the extent that we are cursed
with the present summer, Th'y ore now
arrieJ in Packet Boa' s, and we undcrslsud
thai mail bags for ihe different offn-es on
he route are made up al Danville, and
from such a making up, good Lord soon
leliver us Almost every day a portion ol
u Bloomsburg mail is sent up Ihe river,
while (he bag for ihis place is filled wilh
packages which should be sent any where
'iut here, and to cap the whole, either thro'
arelessness of the boatman or some other
ausp, the Bloomsburg bag is carried past
eaving in its stead a vay mail for some
other office, This course is insufferable,
nd we have wailed ns long for a eoireetion
as our good naiure will admit. We hope,
therefore, that the Contractors will see thai
the evil is rectified, and that the Post Mas
ter at Danville, will not depend upon a buy
o assort the rx ail, or at lensi, have one who
is somewhat acquainted wilh the locution
of the po9t office:', and wall the mail loules,
io perforin that duly,
4(h of July.
We learn from Orangeville, that the
Cjmrnillee of Arrangement are preparing
for a noble celebration of this Anniversary.
I h I s is as it should ho and we have ron
fulence in the ronimiuce, that everv tbim'
I bo done up in good nyle, and for the
lccommodalion & ronvenienen of all v;h
nay attend. It is apparent from all that
lias reached us, ihrt a large collection o
people from the surrounding eonn'ry ill b
ircsenl to join in the festivities of the day
Push on the column '
We are requested In mention, that th'
Sunday schools of Espeyiown and Light
street, will celebrate the 4ih i.f July, in n
,'rove upon the farm of Jacob Melii k Eq
bout one mile north of Espeytown. Th
'leignooring scnoois ore reqiiesicu to
in ihe celebration.
Unpleasant. 'Vo wait in the Pojt-Offici
in the day of Publication under ihe expev
tal'nn of receiving important news, for a
hour after the usual time of anii al of th
mail, and then to be told, ilm it ha I gom
past and an empty Sag left in iis stead. A
Samivil W tiler would say, this is unpleas
Julin M. Reed. E-q. ol Philadelphia, lint-
been appointed, by the Governor, Attort;e
General in the place of John K. Kaiu , E.-q
ippointfd Judge cf ihe UniiedStatcs Couri
The Lfgislatiire ol New Hampshirf
lave passed a law districting the State fur
die election of members of Con(.'ies3.
It is reported ihat ihe u holt if the Cit
f Si, Johns, Newfoundland, except two
store.", had been homed down on the )
nslaiil, and thai fifty soldiers were kilh
blowing up a house to anesi iho fire
Eigiieen vessels were also burnt io ilie liar
Miliary Appointments. TUb National
ntelligenrer ol yrsterday eiv: 'h is im
derstood thai ilie President of the Uaiu
States, on haturihiy j?t nominated to th
Senate Brevet M j ir General Z ichary Tay
ior, io no jjiijor iicnerai in no: Army, tin
Icr a laic act of Ccngrrep.and also William
0. Butler, of Kcniui ky, lo be a .Ljor (Jen
eral cf Vnlutitf f is u:.d r the Fupple
ii. eniary act of Cr irr ts mi-kirg proviioi.
fu such pppointuittit,'
Mexico, it is ev
Fr,vn intelligence from Mexico, it is ev-.to
idem that iho movements against the gov-
ernment of Paretics are incrcsing in force
aiid boldness. Al Tampiro, several parlies
are openly opposed lo his administration,
anil aie only wailing for to unite upon some
geniral plan, to overthrow him. The bravo
Aiista, who has displayed decidedly more
taring and skill than any other .1exican
Jeneral, has been superseded in the com.
ind of the Norih, and General Mrjia ap-
poinied in his place. Gen. Tylor will
teach thai rei'oubtahle Mexican thai in Ihe
field whete Arista failed, there are no lau-
els for him to pluck.
The authorities of Tampieo had divided
nlo iwo parlies one parly wilh the mili-
ry and Gen Anastasius Tapiod at it
head, is in favor of Ft deration and Geneial
Santa Anna the oilier w as for arming the
eople in favor of Federation without Santa
Anna. A lliinl parly was about rai-iog
but none had come to any understanding, I
though a revolution was daily expected. j
When the blockade was declared, there!
were twelve vessels of various naiions ly
ing in the port of Tampieo three were
Biitisli. three French, two Snaniib, three
American, and one Biemen. The author-
ie weie about prohibiting the American
vessels to take in their cat goes, but Cap-
tiin Saunders, of the !o'ip(,(-war St. Ma
ry's, hearing of this, wrote a letter to ti e
uthorities, staling that in case any Ameri-:
an vessels were detained, no properly al
II should leave the port. This piompt rc
ion had the desired effect, anu the order
fhe fort at Tampieo, a mud affair, had
been washed away by a freshet a few day(
previous to the OiS.
The three gun bonis lately buill si New
Voik for ihe Mexican service were lyiue
n :ho river above Tampieo.
There were but thirteen hundred troojv
a Tampieo on the C.h, about eighty ol
hee were runaway negroes from New Or-
cans and Havana; these constitute the
hole amount of Ihe Mexican forces from
Tampieo lo the Rio Grande.
Lata accounts Iron) the army bring lln
nfoi mation ihat the detach nent of re,'ii,ai-
ttid voluniccis under Col. Wilson had lakt-i
the lown of Reonoea, without cpposiiion
It was thought ill it the navigation of tin
Kio (Jrando was practicable to Camargo; i
so, that town ioold be tho next in iho or
!cr uf conquest. From ibis point (Cainar-
d) preparations would be i2iado fur pene-
rating the interior.
Intelligence had teaehed Malamnras ol
ho death of Ge:t Tornj.ni. L is said he
lied of a f:ver. Alter the battles of 8 I
ml Ddi of .May, it was ihotighi he whs ki i
d in one or the other of thes-e aelious.
He was iho commander of the Mexican di-
on that captured Captain Thorulon't
'J'here was no certain knowledge in lit
America!) camp as lo the position of tin
Mexican army, but il was generally s;
oosed lo bo at Monterey; It was also con-
i lenily asserted ihat Generals Arista am;
Anipudii had both left ihe urmy for tin
capital the laltei charging At'lsU with luv
int betrayed the am y, am! Arista chargii-f
mpudia with cowardice.
PEE PRLSEN TAT10.V0F niANK!?
J 0 GEN. TAYLOR.
The Commiiee appointed by theL"g
islaiure of Louisiaoa to p'escnt the re-o
hitions and thanks nf the G-.nrral
enibly to (Jen, Ty!or, arrivul at M -t-
moras on Slii instJoi,in(l were prcsenici!
io Ihe brave old chieftain at 11 o'clock
the fame day, by Col. Zibuzin, one ol
the aids of Gov. Johnson, On ht-ing
presenl' d lo tho general , his staff tvhr
were inviteil to be present on lh occi
sioo, Mr. Zcliarie, Chairman of lb
General, I have the high boner ol
preeiilinn lo you tlm resolutions and
vote of thank, and ilicnct 3)projrialint
i Hv-ird, which were una.iimuunly p,id
cil by ihe S aM1 rf Louisiana, to voo,
vour brave (fiiceis, and iho army undn
t our command, for the gallantry (lis
.iLyed by them in the Initio of the S h
ind !)'h of May. I am no nraior, geo-
ra', but my own heart and the heart
of every Louisianian approve of the
heouliful Bentimcnis of these resolution
In behalf uf the State of Louisiana I
r h a i k ) cii ami your brave army, f.r the
additional lut-lie which those loiuv.is
victories have shed upon Ainerican
To which Iho general briefly end
with much enioii'):i I'phc l:
'My heart feels ton deeply and pciim
bl v the I'.ijjh honor that lus bs.en eon
Ifcirod upon me, my offkni and men,
to responil to yiur expressions ofgnl-iThe
responil to yiur expressions ol gr;
Hude am! thank, I always felt a-sur-
ed that ihe patriotic .atQ of Lni'ini
would bo amoLihe first lo rush i Ih-
issistmre of our tittle army in tioin of
need 1 well knew, as did also my
officers and men, that ihe was a gal
lant, brave and noble State i h d I chi
valry, noble daring and ardent patriot
ism were her hith attributes. IIr vol
tinteers have readily abandoned their
nomcs and business, to assist us in Ihe
hour cf danger. We feel a deep deb;
ol gratitude to them and to you.
Tho generous and timely BCtion ol
tho legislature of Louisiana will nevei
he for&o'len by u; its name will he
'mbjlmed in ourheaits as a cheiihed
memorial. W'e foel thai we have only
lone ourduty ;y et we cani.ot bin feel I igl
y gnl fj.'d lo have gained tha approba
tion of our icllow ciliz.:ns. Togeihai
with the love of country, which is com
mon to us all, it is Hut approbation
which cheers and animates the soldier
in the hour of battle. Gentleman, I
am unaccustomed lo public speaking; 1
hereiore, in the name of my tfficers
and men, thank you anu the peiriotic
Slate which you represent fjr Ihe hon
r conferred upon us.'
Al the condition of his reply, Ihe
General invited ihe committee and all
present to a splendid collation which
he had ordered lo be prepared for the
oc:asiop, and lo which ample jus;ice wjs
done. Numerous loasis were druuk-Mr
Zacharie give 'Old Rough andlLady
long life to him.'
Mr. Carriin gave 'Gen. Taylor
Ampudia has at least discovered ihat
lie ww a Tailor who understood well
how to lake his mcrsures and ih it the.
officets and army under his command
tiad shown to the Mexicana and lo the
tvorld that they peifidly umle t stood
ih art of makino; breaches.'
Dr. Asbtl Smith gavo Ameiican
Indi jtciMlcnec It was proclaimed ato'
oainlained !iy the In roes oT '7G. I
was confirmed upon tho plain ifClial
mette in M l 'LO Ii was agiin assnl
ed and maintained in IS JG at Ihe bat
lie of San iciolo, and in 1S1G will bt
horotighly estt.blished throughout tin
vhole extent of Mexico.'
Pi'jv. Mr. Cienshaw, Chajilain of I he
Andrew Jackson Regiment, give tin
'The Chorcli and Stale- May they
oever tie united. We will pi ay loi
the one and ftht for iho o'I.er.
Viifi ladies and voluntcns olL misiana
itnl Alabama wero severally loi.-lid.
'Ihe nexi day the committee were in
viled lo a dinner given by the cllicec
if the ai my at the head (piailers o!
Gen. Arista, io M (anions. Col. Tt 'ig j
.resided. G ti. Taylor wis present. A
splendid hind of Mo-ic performed oc
casional y on Ihe gallery , in I hundred
of the cilizens of Mitoioras lhiongnd
i he Piazi to li.'ten lo tha exulting and
j lyous swains.
Governor Henderson, of TrXas, and
suite, (oilfiller with .7-.be! Sniilh, Gen
erals, Ifnni, John ton, Cook, Lurleson.
.nd otheis' tveio also present. Th'
i'estnily was kepi up until :niili.i!i,a' d
right meinly did ihe wine spuklo n
round the board, intermingled with
toasts and songs, This was the fns;
lime since the bailies of ihe S h and 'J h
of May, Ihat the tflicers Ind me'
together as a body upon a convivial oe
casion, and you may depend ihe shots
il'.rectcd by ihcni were as c II-. dud o -they
were a month previous a 1 1 1 i o u , 1 1
there were not so rm.iy killed or wouo
ilod. ,h'vu Iap Kta fm an ,'lnn'slic
The Wdshing'on Union, in alludmi;
to the rumor that f7nn. .rista hid sen!
proprvils lo Gen. Taylor for an armis
lie5 aod that he had established his bead
rpni tarsal Monterey, says.
'Wi hout undertaking to ronirailicl
this statement in a positive manner, we
can only say, thai ihe last despa'ches
from GenPay lor lend no countenance (
'he report. They say no'hing of thi.
proposition for on annisiie,nor do they
state that Gen. .7ista is utaiinned a
.L'on'ery. On ihe contrajy, ihcy pre
sen' .7riva as :-sire on mis sice .i mi-
Irrey. Nor do they extend Ins foicn lo
1 5,000 troops.'
Cait. Walkcr lie will mil Accept.
New Haven Rpg'ster saye: 'A gentle-
man from Corpus Uiristi, who is intimate
ly acq tiaiiicd with Capi Walker, leils u
ihat he will not sreept any post in the or-
any ilwt his tact lies io lighting M, xican
iy insiinci; and ihat the dccipline of th
regular anny would destroy his usefn'ness
As a seoul, or skirmisher, he has do l a su
perior, hut as a sjldier automaton, to he
moved by others, peihaps his inferiors in
spirit, or knowle lye of horJer warfare, he
wou'd never submit lo ii. 1 1 a may feel
complimented by this act of die Goveruieni
hut his adventurous spirit will never brook
die trammels of iho regular camp.'
A SOLDIER PREACHER.
The correspondent of the Delis, wiiting
rom Matamoias, says;
Ycsteiday, a Captain from your neigl
Imi hood preached lo a portion of iho Army.
I'he soul-siiriing eloquence of a soldier,
proclaimint; the greal tiulhs of the Gospel.
and ioctilcaiing the soldierly virtues of sub-
rdination and obedicnco, almost persuaded
ns tlul the (lays of the Roundheads had re.
turned, when prayeis wero a part of ihe
icic on ihe field of battle. No. King can
exceed ihe elevated patr'n lism of this wor
thy man. He says he heard that an Amer
ie.an ar ny was in distress, surrounded b
enemies on our own soil. Two sleepless
nights attested his anxiety. Ho arose wid
the conviction that preacher though he was
the time for fighting hud come; ihat his
duty as a good citizen and true Christian
called him io the field. Within forty-eighi
hours he was on his way to the. Rio Grande
wilh a command who will yel do impor
tant service in the present war. How no-
bl, how patriotic is this conduct, compared
wuh ihat of many preachers of the Word
who busy themselves in denouncing a par
licip.iiion in any war as biuful and uuho
Ciinpeaehy papers to ihe Gib inst. have
ieen received. The Yucatan Congress
was still in sessions, but expected lo adjourn
in t'no '20ih iust They were discuss'iii"
he proper' of a separation from AA xico
wilh the greatest caniesiiiess, and ttu (,'en
ral impression was ihat before they ai,
journed, Yucatan would be declared hide-
iciident. The U. S. brig S. oners arrive!
ii Campeachy on ihe 4 th instant and tin
Lawrence on the C'.h. the latier from Rio
'Jiande after a live dajs passage. All we
Cen. Gaines Cuurt Mrliah d. Thf
Wishinpton correspondetit of the Newark
($. J ) Advertiser says the President has
nrib'ied Geo. Gaines lo he Irieil by (Joiiri
Martial, on charges glowing out cf his id-
cent movement al ihe South iti calling inn
ervice volunteers to prosecute the war m
ainsl .Mexico, and thai he is now nnCir
nrrcst awiiiling the orgucizution and con
vening nf ihe Couri.
!i is also state I in an r.rch iiio papei
hal Cnionel tia'.es, of the U. S iirmv, has
lieen ordered to the Rio fJratielc, as a mem
er of a Genrrid Court .lariiul, io i-y Col,
Whistler, of thu infaiurv, and Captain
riiornnm, of the dngoons, under arrest by
Officers of the last War. The Wash-
inif.nn Union iiuhiishes at litis lime, as an
inleresiini; remit, iscetice. a lisl of ihe gener
il (.lFicers nf ihe army of the United States
ii 1813. extracted Im-ii the n-gi-ter cf that
,ear. Death has l.iid a pnwiifiil hand up
oil these lejilers of ihe last war, lor cut ol
twenty two general officers then in frr
vicc, but one, ('General Cass.) is now liv
Major Generals Ilci.ry Leaiborn.
rhomas Picknty, Jni;C8 Wilkinson. Wade
llamplmi Morgan Lewis W. IL Harrison
lirigudir Gcnrrah, Jo-epli Illooii-
li HJas. Winchr.-ter William Hull Thorn-
is Flnurnoy Thomas II. Gushing John
Chandler .Ldm I Lovd 'Pli'imas Pniker
George Iz,ird Wm II- Winder Duncan
tlcAnhtir, Lewis ('aRs I'ei.j imin Howaid
David R. Williams Jacob Drown Leunan'
WUltarij Muvcme'Ui. Orders were re
cited at IS i . Louis on die 10;h inslanl from
ihe War Depatimeni for an additional thou
sand men to ijo lo Santa Fe, under Col
1i:ai:m:v. This new requisition is said tc
oavn given great satifaciion The St
Louis Republican of the I lib innt. says;
We learn dial five companies, had nrriv
ed al Fort Leavens word) on list Sunday,
Hily iwo of which had been miistered into
srrvice. They wero encamped on ihe prai
iic, where they weie lo drill. The other
((.mpaniej weie to he inspded and
ui-iercd into servire u.iMor.Jv Ir.st-
Vutriolic Gtrmans in T, .c;tt .?
nong ilia many pleasing inenb-n's of
patriotism exhibited in the 'wai excile
.nenl,' the conduct of n largo iiuu.Ur
f Gor man emigraiUs in Tex is deseives
.lariicular notice. Upon the arrival d
Galveston of the news that Gn. Taylor
wished reinforcemjniH,one Inmdied aiul
lil'y dm man emigrants, w'ln lia l b -en
to tin: coiiti'iy hut three iverks, nrgm z-
,1 tin iii-elves into two companies, and
i.tr'cd for CI -ii. Taylors head ipnrttis.
A. 0. 'J'n pic.
Ct vnnenduble Desjntli Ji, L'ctit. W.
I. Jvnory, accompanied by Lieuts.
Warren; and Pe. k, of ihe cops cf Tt-
oj;r9jihical Eogii.eers, airivel htra
on last S iturday, al noon, from Wash-
ogton city, on their way lo join Col.
arnej expedition to Smta Fe. On
Monday, al noon, they were prepared
o embark for Fori L':avenwoi th, bv
iigin thu intciim puichased a carr!
altering the same to make il suitable for
lie conveyance of their luslrume its,
hired ten men ns assistants, puichased
twenty horses and mules, procured tha
necessary slores, compared instruments
made tho necessary aslronomic il objer-
vaiions, and arranged every thing prep-
ra'y to an inirnediale deparlure. This
energy on the part of our olii ceis ol Ihe
Topographical corps, argues well for
he performance of tho duties assigned
hem by Government ; and their sever-
il departments is so well known, that
nothing need be said in commendation.
Our not ihwesitrti esp ililie r, we doubt
iol, will be conducted wilh thesimo vig
or which I as n aiked cpera'icns on the
lio Grande. !7. Lou's llevilte.
Hi'iSlcr'.cu. Wa have been inform-
sil sivs ine.'umnsasinieiiii'encer oi too
Gth in staiil, Ihat ihere is on enusiry
from the Hnlish Government among
the wil d tubes of indians on our fion-
tier, endeavor inj, it is said, lo excilo
them to hostilities against Ihe people!
on the fion'.if.i. We hl-o learn, from
l reliable source, that dOO Delewara
atid S.mvnee Indians crossed Red liiv
er, above Fort Towsoa, and went into
Texas, Their move men's caused con
siderable anxiety, as their intentions
ind desiination were unknown. fl-'a
think ihe tloiy is tallicr an impiobubla
.In t'J:prrpn.ds Prc-eni to Mr. Dal
las. A hickory cane, cut at liiell'Tini
i;p; was shown us, says the Puii-idel-,
1 1 1 i ,i Ledger, which is in'eir.led as a
present io V ice Pio idnnl lJ.ill.is. I1 is
oighly polished, beautifully mounted
with gold, and contains a lock if Gen
Jar I; fun's ha;r.This piesent is the spot).,
iineousgifl nf a gentleman o(N i.-hviila
ILnry W, Taylor, who, when a boy
in Philadelphia .had a lasting favor ron
I'cncd upon him through the geneio-i-ly
cf Mr. DjIIjs Trie present, under
hese cii cums'annes. would no doubt he
Unfn lun de. Toe w ifo cf one of
he LonisviMo voluntcrrs was ntuch
pposcd to his li avii g honi", and to a
votd the p.io i.f a latewP, he left
'mine without bidding her good by.
Soon alter bio: Inard of his depii'iiie,
Hid dru)it d dead 00 lh- 11,01'.
Gen. Tayl is Ftfrii. Gen. Tayh r,
is aj-pi ai s by ihe following fiom the Cm
iiiiii G.iZ-tte.is in a fair way of reaping
ther harves's than those of war, Direct
ly in the rear of Newport, on the estate
or Gen. Tay lor, we noticed yesterday
afternoon a wheat field of several hun
dred acres, will pruhibly be ready for
the sickle in ihe coming ten days. The
son has already tinged it with a rich
;o!den hue, and as ihe Lne is genl'y
indulating, the appearance rf Iho field
when bowing under ihe ii.fluenco of the)
breeze ii beautiful exceedingly. Tha
berry is largo and well filled, and Ihe
whole field gives token of agloiius pta
misc. Marshal Turenne. when ordered toFlan
ders. raid 'I go lea'ing mote enemies in
Fiance than shall iiml in danders'
.Marshal Turren, when ordered lo Mexi
co, ciid 'I won't go, because I shall havo a
lire, in front from ihe Mexicans, and anoih"
er in mv rear from Washington.