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SANK NOTE LIST.
Rates of Discount in Philadelphia.
Banks in Philadelphia.
Bank of North America - - par
Bank of the Northern Liberties -. par
%Bank of Penn Township - - par
Commercial Bank of Penn's. - - par
Farmers' & Mechanics' bank - - par
Kensington bank - - - par
Schuylkill bank - - - - par '
Mechanics' bank - - - - par
Philadelphia bank - - - par
Southwark bank - - - par
Western bank - - - - par
Moyamensing bank - - - par
Manufacturers' and Mechanics' bank par
Bank of Pennsylvania - - - par
Girard bank - - - - 10
Bank of the United States - 22
Bank of Chester• co. Westchester par
Bank of Delaware co. Chester par
Bank of Germattoin Germantown par
Bank of Montg'ry co. Norristown par
Doylestown hank Doylestown par
Easton Bank Easton par
Farmers' bk of Bucks co. Bristol par
Bank of Northumberl'd Northumberland par
lionesdale bank Honesdale 11
Farmers' bk of Lanc. Lancaster 1,5
Lancaster bank Lancaster i
Lancaster county' bank Lancaster i
Bank of Pittsburg Pittsburg li
Merch'ts' & Manuf. bk. Pittsburg i
Exchange bank Pittsburg i
Do. do. branch of Hollidaysburg • i,
Col'a bk & bridge co. Columbia i
Franklin bank Washington 3i
Monongahela bk of B. Brownsville 4 3i
Farmers' bk of Reading Reading i
• Lebanon bank Lebanon .. 1i
Bank of Middletown Middletown li
Carlisle bank Carlisle 1i
Eric batik Erie 3
Batik of Chambersburg Chambersburg 1
' bank of Gettysburg Gettysburg 1i '
York bank York li
.Hacrisburg bank Harrisburg li
Miners' bk of Pottsville Pottsville 1i
Batik of Susquehanna cn. Montrose 35
Farmers' & Drovers' bk Waynesborough 3
' Bank of Lewistown Lewistown 2
,r. Wyoming bank Wilkesharre 2
Northampton bank Allentown no sale
Berks county bank Reading nu sale
_West Branch bark WiTliamsport 10
Towanda bark Towanda 90
Rates of Relief Notes. i t
Northern Liberties, Delaware County, MT
mers' Bank of Bucks, Germantown par
All others - - - - - 1a ii
Commissioners' sale of
UXS Ea TED Lila D S.
WHEREAS by the 7th section of the
act of C eneral Assembly of this
' Commonwealth, entitled "An Act to amend
an Act directing the mode of selling unsea
ted lands for taxes and for other purposes,"
passed the 13th day of March, A. 1). 1815,
the Commissioners of the respective coun
ties withiq this Commonwealth are directed
of make public sale of all lands bought by
them at Treasurer's sale, which shall remain
' unredeemed by the respective owers there
ot at the expiration of five years from the
date of such Treasurer's sale i and by a
further supplement thereto, passed 29th
March, 1824, such land is directed to be
* sold for the best price that can be obtained
for the same, and that the Commissioners
.i ' shall have full power, to make and execute
a deed or deeds of conveyance to the pur
chaser or purchasers infee simple, and such
deeds arc declared to be good and valid for
such title as the Commissioners had a right
to convey. Therefore we the undersigned
Commissioners of Huntingdon county, here
' by give notice, that in pursuance of the
aforesaid acts of assembly we shall com
mence the public sales of the for wing
tracts of unseated land at the Court House
in the Borough of Huntingdon, on Monday
I' the 15th day of January next, and continue
such sale by adjournment until all the lands
' bring named are sold.
l• Acr. Per. Warrantee names Township.
3 00 _ Sarah I)2l . worth, Warriorsmark
4:13 153 Robert Mc-re, ' do.
150 Henry Orwick Shirley.
100 Richard Clark, Union.
400 Joseph Brown, do.
' 300 John Keeble, do.
100 .William Baker, do.
i4OO William Steel Barree.
100 Samuel Henry,
'402 124 Datil Rogers or Roger,ntes.
a ' 840 John Conan, oodberry.
i The first three of the above tracts were
. purchased by , the Commissioners at the
'lreasurer's Sale of June 1838. The four
tracts situate in (old) Union township, were
purchased in 1816, and the four last men
' tioned tractst in 1820.
*. ALEXANDER KNOX, i
JOHN F. MILLER, Com'rs.
A MORDECAI CHILCOTE,
~ ' 4 Commissioner's O ffi ce,
ti `. Huntingdon, Dec. 13, 1843.
A. K. CORN YIN,
Airs el/INIST MAW.
Olive in Main &let, two doors East of
firs. McC'onnell'a Temperance House.
To Farmers and Capitatists.
The tract of land near Brewster's Tannery,
in Shirley township, called the "Roberts
Farm," containing two hundred and eighty
acres more or less, seventy or eighty of
which are cleared, with a house, a barn, a
Grist Mill with two run of Stones,
and a saw mill thereom about three miles
from the town of Shirleysburg, is offered
for sale. Farmers who wish to purchase a
farm for themselves or their sons are invited
to examine the "Roberts Farm." If not
sold at private sale, this farm will be offered
at public outcry at the court house, in Hunt
ingdon, on Thursday the 27th day of Janu
For further particulars inquire of the sub
scriber at Huntingdon.
ISAAC FISHER, Attorney and
agent of Martha Pennock, the owner.
adjoining counties, that he still continues to
carry on business at the Rockdale Foundry,
on Clover Creek, two miles from Williams
burg, where he is prepared to execute all
orders in his line, of the best materials and
workmanship, and with promptness and de
He will keep constantly on hand stoves of
every description, such as
dooming, ern %Hate,
Parlor, Coal, Rotary, Cooking and
Anvils, Hammers, Hollow Ware
and every kind of castings necessary for for
ges, mills or machinery of any description ;
wagon boxes of all descriptions, ect., which
can be had on as good terms as they can be
had at any other foundry in the county or
state. Remember the Rockdale Foundry.
Jan. 11th 1843.
ESTATE OF JEREMIAH GREENALL,
Late of Cromwell township, Huntingdon
Notice is hereby given that letters of ad
ministration upon the said estate have been
granted to the undersigned. All persons
having claims or demands against the same
are requested to make them known without
delay, and all persons indebted to make im
mediate pk , ment to
JOHN H. HUN TER,
Nov. 15, 1843.-6 t. Cromwel: tp.
Estate of Margaret Clayton,
Late of West township Huntingdon
Notice is hei eby given, that letters testa
mentary upon the will of said dec'd have been
granted to the undersigned. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims
or demands against the same are requested
to present them duly authenticated for set
tlement, t 0.....
GEORGE WILSON, 3 Exr's
Nov. 29, 1843.
Snyder's Vegetable Concrete.
Tr do certify that my wife was afflicted for
41k some time with a very severe cough.
with a pain in the breast, and after many
other remedies had failed I was induced to
procure a bottle of J. Snyder's Vegetable
Concrete, and she was perfectly restored by
the use of part of a bottle full.
For sale by Jacob Snyder, Hollidaysburg.
Jan. 18, 1843.
Estate of SAMUEL UTLEY,
Lute of Snyder township, deceased.
Tp_EI"rERS of administiation on the said
41.-Idestate have been granted to the under
signed. All personsindebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims against it will pre
sent them properly authenticated for settle
ment without delay, to
DAVID BEYER. Adm'r,
Oct. 25, 1843.-6 t West tp
Estate of Robert M'Nit. late of
Tyrone tp. Huntingdon co.
DYKE is hereby given that. letters of
administration upon the said estate
have been granted to the undersigned. All
pei sons having claims or demands against
the same are requested to make them known
without delay, and all persons indebted to
make immediate payment to
JOSEPH MORROW, Adm'r.
Dec. 6, 1843.
LL persons indebted to the subscriber,
4 5 to save cost will.make immediate pay
ment. All the accounts lire now in the
hands of a proper officer for collection—it
is useless to wait any longer. He is deter
net! to have money if it is to be had ; he has
a desire to pay his creditors, and therefore
urges payment of those who owe him.
J ACOII HOFFMAN.
Huntingdon Nov. 15, 1843.
N. B. The subscriber still continues the
practice of Physic, as usual, at his old office,
a few doors west of the Jail, Mifflin street,
Huntingdon. f,.1. H.
1 1 4 CIUZZIEII 0
WITTORXEr 4T Lair.
sIT THIS OFFICE.
a2CI) O 41.G.342.41.
' Was stolen from the stable of
1 of the subscriber living on the
on the night of the
; th of December, a
Dark Brown Mare,
with a Aar on her forehead, and her left hind
foot white. The above reward will be
given to any person who will take up the
said mare and return her to me.
Dec. 27, 1843.
For Sale or Rent.
The undersigned will either sell or lease
on favorable terms, that tract of find situ
ate in West township, Huntingdon county,
near the mouth of Murrays Run, adjoining
lands of John Stewart, Nathan Gorsuch and
others containing about
of which about 50 are cleared, with a small
hewed log house and barn thereon, the same
being about two miles distant from the Warm
Springs. Any person wishing to purchase
or rent the farm, can call upon Bell & Orbi
son, in Huntingdon, who will attend to sel
ling or leasing the same. Possession will be
given on the Ist of April next.
Dec. 27, 1038.
The Washington Hotel, in the borough of
Bellefonte, now in the tenure a George
Armstrong, will be let for a term of years,
from the first day of April next. It is the
old stand kept by the late Evan Miles, in
his life time, for upwards of twenty-five
years, and is one of the best in the interior
of Pennsylvania. Apply to the subscriber in
Bellefonte, Centre county.
Dec. 27, 1843.
TROPOSALS will be received for build
ing an Academy in connection with a dwell
ing house, in the borough of Huntingdon,
up to the 19th day of January next. A plan
of the building and specifications may be
seen on application tothe undersigned. rite
proposals trust state the sum required in
cludingthe use of the materials on the prem
ises known as "the old brick church," and
also the amount exclusive.
W. ORBISON, Sec.
of the Board.
`Dec. 20, 1843,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
=AS removed to Huntingdon, with the
intention of making it the place of his future
residence, and will attend to such legal busi
ness as may be entrusted to him.
Dec. 20, 1843.
Manztfacturers of Iron,
HE Furnace and Forge with lands and
ore beds appurtenant, in Cornwell township,
Hunttngdon county, called the "Chester Iron
Works," are ofiered for rent on a lease for a
term of years, The rent will be received in
either money or iron, as the tennant may
prefer . . . .
For further particulars inquire of the
subscriber at Huntingdon.
ISAAC FISHF.R, Attorney and
agent for Martha Pennock, the owner.
Det. 20, 1843.
_l2z l u - aDDIII(32 , mesiaask,
ILL be sold at public sale on Saturday
the 13th day of January next, at 1 o'clock
P. M., on the premises,
A LOT OF GROUND,
in the town of Smithfield (being No. 4 in the
plan of said town) on which is erected a •
Two story log Dwelling House ly Stable.
Also, a lot of ground adjoining the same,
more orless. The property is well situat
ed on tht south side of the Juniata river,
and is bounded by lands of John M'Ca hau
and Robert Moore's heirs. Sale to be made
is pursuance of the last will and testament
of Levi Westbrook, dec'd.
Terms made known on the day of sale by
JOHN KER, Bx'r.
Dec. 20, 1843.
Thomas M'Namara and Samuel Royer,
L • ly trading under the firm of M'Namara
Royer, at Portage Iron Works, ard
George W. M'Bride, Samuel Royer and
Thomas M'Namara, lately trading under
the firm of M'Bride, Royer &co. at said
Works, having by deed of assignment bear•
ing date the 10th day of May, 1842, record
ed in the same month in the Recorder's
office in and for Huntingdon county in record
book C No, 2. pages 492 &c., assigned and
transferred to the undersigned all debts and
claimsdue and owing to the said late firms,
at or on account of said Portage Iron Winks
in trust for payment of creditors of said late
firms; all persons are hereby required to
make immediate settlement with and pay
ment to the undersigned, of any and all
• debts and claims due and owing to either of
the said late firms at said walks; and all
persons are hereby notified and warned not
to pay any debts or• claims due and owing to
either of the said late firms at said Works,
to any person or persons whatever, but to
the undersigned or one of them or their• duly
Portage Iron Works, Deo 20, 1842.
BLANK DEEDS, of an improved
form, tbr sale at this office.
.91so BLANK PETITIONS FOR
Ilarly Woo'.l and Won.
• o Early woo'd and early won,
Was never repented nude; ihn sun."
0! sigh not for the fair young bride,
Gone in her •wening bloom
Far from her kindred, loved and tried,
To glad another home;
Already em the gay brief days
Ot' girlish triuninh done,
And tranquil happiness repays
The early woo'd and won.
Fearlhall invade her peace no more,
Nor sorrow wound the breast,
Her passing rivalries are o'er,
Her passing doubts at rest;
The glittering haunts of worldly state
LONE whispers her to shun,
Since scenes of purer bliss await
The early woo'd and won.
11 , r's is a young and guileless heart,
Confiding, fond, and warm,
Unsullied by the world's vain mart,
Unscathed by passions storm :
In " hope deferred" she bath not pined,
Till Hope's sweet course was run :
No chains of sad remembrance bind
The early wood and won.
Her smiles and songs have ceased to grace
The halls of festive mirth,
But woman's safest resting place
Is by a true one's hearth;
Her hours of duty, joy and love
In brightness have begun ;
Peace be her por:ion from above,—
The EARLY WOO ' D AND WON.
De Quiet, no ! VII call my Mother,
As 1 was sitting in r wood,
Under an oak trce's leafy cover,
Musing in pleasant Nude,
Who should come by but John, my lover!
H, press'd my hand and kiss'd my cheek ;
Then, warmer growing, idled the other,
While I exclahn'd and shove to shriek, .
"Be quiet, do! call my mother!"
Ile saw my anger was sincere,
And lovingly began to chide me,
Then wiping from me cheek the tear,
He sat him on the grass beside me.
He feign'd such pretty, amorous wo
Breathed such sweet vows one after another,
I could but smile, while whispering low,
9uict,e, Tll call my soother!"
He talk'd so long, and talk'd so well,
And swore he meant not to deceive me;
I felt more grief th, I can tell,
When with a high, ho rose to leave me ;
.Oh! John," said I, " and must thou go I"
I love thee better than all other;
There is no need to hurry so,
"I never meant to call toy mother."
DEF ERRED ARTICLES.
To the Democracy of Denn'a.
In a letter dated Washington, Dec. 14th 1943,
"to the Democrats of Pennsylvania," the Hon.
JAMES BUCHANAN declines the nomination for the
Presidency. Reason—He could not get it. nem
are rumors that it was the result of "bargain and
salt" between hint and Van Buren, the former hav
ing made over the democracy of Pennsylvania to
the latter until 1848, when it is to revert to the do
nor again, together with all the democracy of the
Union, or an much of it as is at the disposal of Mr.
Van Buren. This presents a nice legal question,
in tide shape: Governor Porter "sold" the de
mocracy of Pennsylvania to John Tyler in 1843,
and subsequently Mr. Buchanan "tramfaTcd" it
to Mr. Van Buren Can Mr. Van Duren take
I any thing under this transfer? Opinion—He can
take nothing but a defeat.
(if• The Illinois Whig State Convention has
declared in fitvor of Henry Clay and John Davis, as
candidates for President and Vice President of the
U. S. and nominated an electoral ticket. Com
0j Loudon County, Virginia, the ladies pre
sented n suer to the Whig young turn with this
brief inscription, "1,000 majority, you can and
co' , The N. Y. Tribune closes its review of the
President's Message thus pithily Well, we have
now but ono morn Annual Message to read before
Henry Clay's—that's a comfort."
co' Professor Morse is laying leaden pipes, in
which are placed electric wires, between Baltimore
and Washington city, for the purpose of conveying
news from ono place to another by Telegraph.—
Congress last session appropriated $30,000 for this
cry A man was killed on the Eastern Railroad,
near Kennedunk, Me., by the train of cars on the
29th ult. Ho was endeavoring to get his team across
the track, but before he could clear it the train came
upon him killing hint instantly.
IMCORTANT IF TIME.-The following editorial
paragraph, from the Madisonian of Wednesday,
possesses some interest in the existing condition of
We warn the Commercial not to be too hasty,
in setting down Texas Annexation as a 'humbug.'
Humbug' or not—Texas will be Annexed to the
United States—and so will Oregon.
Eorn's own Account of the Murder I Annual Expenditures of the Government for all
of his Wife, near Baltimore. j purposes but Public Debt were over Twenty -eight
On the 22r1 of blare;,, 1842, about two weeks Millions of Dollars, which aggregate was swelled to
after her unsuccessful attempt to leave me, we sat I Thirty-odd Millions by his Secretary's absurd fancy
down to supper in our common eating room, the I of denying that the Treasury Notes constituted a
room in which my store was, shortly after dark, and, I Debt, and so making their payment swell by so
much the Expenditures. During the succeeding
as I stippoee, bout seven o'clock. We quarrelled
upon the old* subject, her infidelity ;—sho denying I three Years, the average Expenditure has been a
my accusation. We were both of us very angry,
1 little under Twenty-four and a Half Millions.—
and in that spirit rose from the table, and sat down I During the former period the Annual Revenue,
beside each other at lire f.re; I believe that she was 'erne(' Twenty-one Millions; during the latter
Eighteen :Millions and a quarter. Of course the
false, cid renewed the charge, at the sane time !
Government has hem running behind hand ever
naming the person with whom I thought she had
since Mr. Van Buren's elevation to the Presidency.
been unfitithful to me. hime again denied it and
called me a liar, or said I told a lie. Our wood trod During Mr. Van Buren's torn the constant deficit
been brought in for rho night and laid in a pile on was supplied by eating up the balance of torso
(beyond the amount Distributed to
the hearth, and as she uttered these words I instantly' Eigig
or Deposited with the States) left by Gen. Jackeon
seized a stick of the weed and struck her two blows I
in rapid succession CU the head, beneath which in the Treasury; than by devouring in like manlier
she fell to the floor, her head falling near the fire,' the Eight Millions and over received front that'.
so that her hair began to burs. I pulied her away S. Bank of Pennsylvania for the Government's
Seven Millions of Stock in the U. S. Bank; then
from the fire. At this time Are etruggled or turn- I
bled, as if in the agony of death. I watched 11:r u by Eiglrt Nlillions end a Half received from debts
moment; I did no observe her when 'dm was dying due anti other funds existing before Mr. Van Buren's
to see if sire looked at me or looked about at accession, and by the hisses of Treasury Notes.—
did I hear her speak; thorn was °Wet a il.ll.l.lderhlg When Mr. Van Duran retired, all available resour
and a groan as ells fell, and she ffietl in a few 1110. cos 11F d 1,011 eaten up, and a public debt of some
ments. My passion at the time I struck her was $4,000,000 created by the issue of outstanding
very great, but I had been very fund of her and did Treasury Notes. Since that time, this Debt has
not mean to kill her. After about two hours I Isa been swelled by the average annual deficit of seine
gan to feel my actual situatien. There lees the ' Six Millions and a Quarter, with the accruing in
deed body lying precisely as it was when the breath terest, until it now amounts to some Twenty-five
left it. Alter a little time I took it up and dragged Millions of Dollars. (Mr. Spencer does not state
it along the store into the passage, then along the I the precise sum, nor devote a chapter to the growth
passage to the back part where the stairs go down i and present state of this Debt, as he ought clearly
into the cellar; it was very heavy, and I had diM- Ito have done.) The practical question presented,
culty in getting it along. I dragged it in the same however, is this—Ought we in a time of profuund
peace and of general though moderate prosperity
way down those steps, aed can account in no other
way for the large bruise on tire back described by the I allots this Debt to go on increasing We say em
witnesses on the tried. The bruises on the hands I iiliaticelly No! Let us commence its re-payment
cannot account for, as I struck her only two blows, forthwith.
and they were both on the head. I got the body I 2. Of Revenue.—Tlie receipts of the Fiscal
down upon the ground in the cellar and then left it I year 184:: fell a little short of Twenty Millions;
there. On returning to the room I found that the I the Expenditures, including Interest on the Public
body had bled, and the floorwas stained with blood.; Debt, were about Twenty-five Millions—a clear de-
I examined the cellar steps and found that they licit of Five Millions. For the current year, the
were also stained. I then scrubbed the floor and income of the first quarter, (ending September 30th
than the steps and got all perfectly clean, and this I last) woo Si', MllllOll/4 and a Half—over Six Mil
being done I lay down on the bed, but I couldhit I Hone from Customs alone. For the remaining three
sleep that night. I remained in bed, however, till ! quarters of a year, the Receipts arc estimated to a
daybreak, when I went up the road to Sturch's little less then Thirteen Millions--only eleven Mil
house; I told him that my lard gone cif again, liens and a queerer limn Customs. [We think this
and asked him to come down to my house ;he slid retest be too low—that the Receipts of the three
quarters ending next July cannot full below double
so in about an hour, and soon afterwards Mrs. Gil,
linger came in, and began to talk about Melinda those of the one quarter ending with last Septem
going off, and its being a bad night; I never thought ben] TllO total Expenditures of the current year
about the night; nor did I choose it on that account, are estimated at about Twenty-five Millions and a
as was said on the trial, for I did not intend the j Half, showing a deficit of nearly Six Millions,
killing. (which we believe will be reduced by excess of Re-
The body remained in the cellar all that day, and I ceipts from Customs over the Secretary's estimate
for two or three days more; it ems about the fourth to between Four or Five Millions—still a very hen
day after I had killed her that I mode up tiny mind vy solo.) For the year commencing July Ist 1844,
that I could only get rid of her by carrying her the Secretary estimates the Receipts from Customs
away in pieces. At a late hour that night I went at Tamely Millions, from Lands at Two Millions
into the cellar to cut up the body ; I began iee trying and a Quarter, and other sources at Fifty Thousand
to take olf her heed, but I found that I could not ! Dollars—total Twenty-two :Millions Three Hun
succeed with the knife in getting through the bone; mired Thousand Dollars; against which the Expen
, &Inures will be over Twenty-five Millions and three
I accordingly got the axe end with this and the
knife severed the head from the body. I then ear- , Quarters, beside One Million for Interest on the
vied the head upstairs into the room where my store' s Public Debt, making a total of almosttwenty-seven
was kept, and where I killed her. Here was a fire, millions, showing a deficit of over Four Million.
and I put the head into it; and sat down to watch it ! and a Half.
till it was all consumed. I then, for fear of discov- I here is rather a dreary prospect—let it be met
cry, carefully examined tire ashes and found the manfully. Retrenchment is the that resource and
teeth which would not burn. These I gathered up we trust it will be pushed to the utmost. We have
end early next morning went into the woods by my larger faith in it than the Secretary has, though he
Ronne, and scattered them all about. , makes some good judicious suggestions. I believe
The next night, when late and every body likely the expenditures might be reduced three millions
to be a bed, I went into the cellar to cut up the rest without detriment to the public service; but this
of the body. I first cut off the arms at the shout. i must begin by a deduction of at least twenty-five
der joint, which I did without much difficulty using per cent from the pay and mileage of Congress;
the Irnife alone; I then proceeded to take of the legs I and what Congress will stake this ? The retrench
and separate them from the body at the hip joint, I ment specifically proposed by the Secretary would
all the time using only the largo knife, the mine not save one million per annum, if so much.
that was produced in Court, though not indentified. The next resource is an augmentation of duties,
Having the whole thus ready and easy for removal, I or a n imposition of duties on articles now admitted
I washed and thoroughly cleansed the knife and the free. Mr. Spencer meets this issue fairly. The
axe, both of which I afterwards used as formerly.—
idea of a resort to direct taxation is preposterous—
I took the legs and arms and put them away first,
no party or considerable body will seriously propose
and in a good place of concealment under the bake it. A little iinmediate cash might bo realized from
oven at the back of the house, where I put them
completely out of the way. A night or two after- a reduction of the price of the public lands, but
this would diminish the future revenue of the Gov
wards, at slate hour I went into the cellar for the
body, to bury it: it was very heavy and I had a eminent far more than it would increase the pre
body, that it would not work substantial relief
good deal of trouble to get it up; I succeeded at lest. ,
.to the Treasury, but the contrary. There is just
end then put it into an old coffee bog, and carried it one practicable mode left, that is to impose Duties
towards my peach orchard; but it was so heavy that on Tcu and eA .,, 0, as was provided in the Tariff
I had to stop and rest several times; at last I got it 1 hi? vet „ . ab y J o l t! , T y l er . B y very moderate ape
down to the galley, and ding a hole in which I rifle duties on these article. Denies for Revenue
buried it; and I intended to leave it there forever;
but something afterwards happened which made it stricey, ante which could Nava no other purpose—
an increase of Four Millions per annum might be
necessary for me to altar my plans. realized, which with the general and steady increase
of Revenue consequent on the growing prosperity
of the Country, and p reasonable Retrenchment of
Expenditures, would at once swell the Revenue
above the Expenditures and speedily wipe off the
existing Debt. Such is the true and obvious course.
Hew will it be considered by tissue who raised the
clamor against taxing Tea and Coffee in 18421
Report of the Secretary of the
The report of the Secretary of the Treasury is
a very long but at the same time a very able, and
what is better a frank and manly document. Mr.
Spencer devotes a column to straightening out the
accounts of foresee years, which had been tangled
up by State Deposites, Loans, Treasury Notes, &c.
and by the change of the commencement of the
Fiscal year from Ist January to Ist July, after
which he launches boldly upon our troubled sea of
Finance, truthfully stating and fearelessly suggest
1, Of the Public Debt.—Dining the four years
of Mr. Van Buren's Administration, the average
A negro man named George, tried in Leo
nard town, St. Mary's county, Md. , for the murder
of Mr. Francis Knott, his master, has been found
guilty of murder in the first degree.
(r? Ikar, tho Buckeye Blacksmith, after having
performed his duty to tho" toiling millions" of Lou.
isville and vicinity, has journeYed to Tennessee,