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11. It. HO LMES, Editor and; Proprietor FAYETTEVILLE, SATLUDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1840, VOL.. 2. NO. 29. Wliole Number 82. TERM S. . .nnnTi if naid in advance; 3 if paid at ".SSffi or 93 50attheexpUion t!fi! .nr Advertisements inserted at the rate Scents rr9qare,for the first, and thirty 01 31 ,J .u .Kiipnt insertion.- cent! tor eau. .. ,..,. are id. than twelve ... tit ii i iii W?W advertisements and Sheriff's sales, will be C JaSTt c nt. hi -her than the usual rates. :har?ed25Per c nt. n3 Dublication should ihenuitiaer ot insnions iu.-v- Wth"rWisethey WiU be inserted until forbid, charged accordingly. Letters on business connected with this estab ;KT t t be addressed rJJL. Hoimm, Edi i,t!SCIinin,ad in all cases post- paid. ' .. ii .!,.,- tkat hv mail, win irmi-ui-w. 2rtae, a Postmasters !-; ai.tho.ized by law to Sk'lettora enclosing remittances, if written by themselves, or the contents known to them. to make remittance thrv tan rro so free of Sclioal for Y0UN(J LADIES. MISSES JAKE and JESSIE B. ' SIMPSON, will op n a Sch-iol lor Young Lidies, in Fayet'evil.e, on ihe si-coml Monday i.t Octolii r. ' TERMS . - Fer Session, consisting of twenty-two wee!s. - Eli-men! a: y Department . Frst Ol.ss French Langtisffe ' Draw ing and Painting ; Muic Use t.f Piano ..Contingent Expenses Fayetteviile, September 2, 1840. $3 16 10 10 25 3 50 f ts. 80-tf PIANO FORTES. and for. SALE, at the f emale Forte, elegant Architecture, wilh every manufactured by Wake and $385 mrOW opening, 1 Seminary. v.. rvtm. Grand Action Piano e.t,.h MahOonv, unmic modt-rn Improvement, ni. nit One ditto, Rose Wood, 6 Octaves, by Wake and One ditto, Mahogony, by Wake & Glenn, $340 One ditto, by Geib and Wa'ker, - S350 One ditto, Common Action, by Dubois, Bacon & Chambers, - - ' ' r TVce Piano Fortes have been selected carefullv bv the best masters in New York, and will be held at a liberal discount from the regular prices, and a credit on ijood paper. to s;'il t,,e t,mes- ALSO S-veral PIANO FORTES, which have been in Me i i the S -miliary, a:e offered at sr at bargains. R. W. BAILEY. Fayettcvilie, Ji.::e 13, 1S10. 63-tf. Fayettcvillc FEMALE SEMINARY. WING '!' lined fu t er eunervion r-t Me 1 1 FEM ALE SEMINARY, it s but juM lhat I ddiiu'd " xpxss m its former pat'on- and friends mv co:ifiJ-nc , tat i-i th bunds of Mr. Spencer, it will be -o i-lucied with abiHty and fiithnlres, on the senertl p'an heretofore pursued. Mr. Spenc-r as ateacher, is laboriou?, accurate nnd persevering. . R. W. BAILEY. L.oco Foco FRICTION MATCHES. 50 GROSS, HOLMES' Improved Fric tion Matches, just received, and for sale by the Gross or Dozen, a superior article, and warrant" d. Apply to J Aiuco Al AK. i 1IN fci. A constnnt supply of the above kept on hand, and will be si.ld low. to sell again. Fayettuville, September 5, 1840. 80-tf SCHOOL. rH!HE SUBSCR BER, at th suto .fs v. H e al i. i- i;-,a in ..r o r.a -t a t h rx-i-n s ed ' i t'i' f"i i -ie.i- a o; rn i-CHOL in trit t vn f r lnstrw t m i-i ti e common 1 ra: ch of ENGLI-H EDUCATION, Lnri he b- ISi H LANGUAGE, to c.mn.eiit'- o 1 Nio da , the 8 h iSept'enib r. It i also his int nMon to open nn ' ve'ii is Clas?, oltw . ho .s in wR i 1NG. ARITH ME riC.ai d BOOK KEEPING, f t e :ccon o ati-n otmcli as may be ungated in husl u-f sp ir?u is !ii!l ig ih-; ?'ay, and who ni-y wish tn improve tin mfe'ves in thoe exctcises. . ROBERT P. THOMSON. Fayrtt vil'e, Sept. 12, 1840. 8l-4t. Political. ffca LAFAYETTE HOTEL. FaycttevUIe, North Carolina. THIS ESTABLISHMENT will be open after the 1st of Aiimsi, under the management and din ction ol the Subscriber. The House has been thnrousb.lv repaired, and will, in a fw da's, b" well furrnshod: and evcrv effort will be made to render it worthy of patronage. LDWARD YARBROUGH. Jl,trust 3. 1S3D. 23-tf irp-Thn A-iusta Chronicle (weekly.) Ralr-ih Renter and Standard, Wiiininirton Advertiser, Grf.!nsloroii2h Patriot. Salisburv Wati huian, and flhMiiw G:i7. tte will insert tlie above three mouths and forward their accounts to the subscriber. E. Y. The Croghau case in a ant shell. The army aud the Northwest were saved by the brilliaut gallantry of the youthful Croghan, in spite of ihe orders and Tears of Harrison. Such was the ludignation excited by the imbecility and improvidence of this Whig hero, that Uroghan consented to sacri fice himself lor the sake 01 the interests ol the service, aud sigied letters in vindication of Harrison which he did not write, or even read. Taking advainage of this, and in de fiance of rnay-uauuiiitv, not to say common THE ANTIDOTE Fiv.nthe Globe.) Ogle's Speech. The President's House and Grounds. Ou reading n pamphlet, entitled "Speech of .Mr O2.U. of Pennsylvania, 011 the regal Splendor of ihe President's palace, delivered tn the House of Representatives, Jipril 14, 1840," it occurred to us that we had among - ... ,-rt . 1 1 r our pile 01 pampulets a ainereni looKiug speech, purporting to have be'en delivered on the same day. A little seaicti verinea our impiossion, by presenting us a pamphlet, en titled, "Remarks of Mr Ogle, of Pennsyl vania, on the civil and diplomatic appropria- House oj tlepre- household. This exclusion, hovrever, does not extend to members of Congress, some of tvhom, (and more especially such as are favo rites,) every alternate season, that is, during every long session, irequeutly take a stroll through the garden and adjacent grounds." Lie upon lie ! On three sides of the gar den there arc no stone wall, aud never was. Ogle says : "The preseut session is my fousth at Washington and I have been in the gar den twice ; but ou both occasions we (anoth er member was in company) were compelled, on reaching the western end of the garden, to clamber over the stone wall, finding the gates locked." If all the gates were locked, how did be get in I And what .business had he there? Did he clamber over me wall to get in as well as out 1 And was his object to steal j- .1 1: 1 sentathes, Jipril 14, 1840." The speech some of the splendid (plants, beautiful flowers, onil Ibo romnrk hrrin in the snme W3V. but uuu; Lurcu, 0 MUVl 1.1W - " " J I . , 1 1 i:r .1.. ti, i. Ku.ro at 1 inff there J euu very uuieici.n. iuc ihuoim 1 - a , . . , , t pages ot matter not M"" ...wg ; - 1 O I m . ...U:U nrA,r,r, (n Ills ll-t. forms form, and What iuuguc, un.u, '--""r3 . ' . the close, about three found in the speech in any The truth is, the 1 ,- L t. ' -u 1.. ofik. I a nart ot the curiosities 5 Discrepancies mere may ub iu mo uw; 1 - , . . u- u -ml ria . . . : "trarden" and theffrouuds, which JVlr Ogle L V ll I UVC AA J L L111IC IU AQUIIUV I . i - Differing as they do from each other, both of these namnhlets cauuot give the true speech, or the sueet h actually delivered. To establish . r .... 1 the fact that tine ol them is a lalse speecn, no other evidence is necessary calls " the garden," are different enclosures. The grounds through which he passed, are no thing but an acre or two ol grass land, witn . . . . . . -r walks throuMi it. and shrubbery on a pan 01 - C? ' " . r. its borders. It is always open to members ot the scar of a wound received in " our revolu- -tionary struggle." JNo. 13, page 30. In speaKing 01 Marri-r son, Ogle says : " The Indians themselves -admitted the fairness and equity of all hi i: M ri-l I . J "1 U mvea proceeuiug. iiie eiwusui xctuuncu . . the lie to that. The hero-making battle of Tippecanoe grew out ot the dissatisfeetion jf ' the Indians with Harrison's proceedings. " . ? Enough ! we have given only a few of ihe , select falsehoods, found in this concoction .--r-j where there are euough to fill a large corner in thVstorehouse of that article, kept by the - v father of lies. - --C '-v Ogle and Mr Monroe's furniture. . In Mr Lincoln's speech, as published in; the National Intelligencer, w,hud the follow- - ing,vizr- . - - . f' Mr Ogle. I deny that either Adams or Monroe ever had such trumpery as Van Bu- ren." . " Mr Liucoln. And I undertake to say that, during the Presidency of Mr Monroe, more 4 trumpery,' as tne gentleman is pieasea to term it, was carried into tne rresiaeuuai THE Subscriber will open the Seminary on the 15t i of October nest, and hopes by giving his ent re and exclusive attention to the business aidrd in each department by competent, efficient FEMALE TEACHERS 10 merit the patronage T,...fnr hr-sinwed. in regard to- the Dlin he in tends pursue, he has only to say, at present, that he is DETERMINED to ssia course of .instruc tion in each department as THOft.OTJH as posiMe. The Academic year will be the same as before; com mencing on the 15th October, and closing on the 15th July, and divided into two sessions. Pupils charged from time of entrance to close of session, urid no deduction made for absence, except in cases of sickness. . .' . NOTICE. HE Sr-bcriber, haling paid and Fatiffi',1 ... i-i.- n lnr!irm.-i t f, r ire fUiri ct rntv-nve lln l:ir nrin i: at mnrev. with intrr st and ci sis. 'avor of Railord Fisher against Atsa.mn liaii. "Willie Hall and Jam s Hal und having neglected to take up the faid Judgment, which was at the day of payment in the hands of "Willie Fort as a constable for collection, hereby forewarns all per sons from tradins for said Judgment, and all per sons into whose hands it may come, or may now be, that the same is paid and fully satisfied, and that he wi.l not pay the same to any person what ever, who may hereatter claim tne re-paymeni inere- ' . -rw. A T X r TT ATT 0f. AuuniAJ i 11.1 i-Li. Fayelteville, 27th, 1840. 7U pa under his eye, aud with his sanction. Croghan, smarting under the wrong and the ingratitude displayed by one for whom he had done aud suffered so much, indigtiau'Iy com plains. Harrison admits the unfairness of ihe statement sanctioned by himself, but cajoles Croulv.m, and promises to rectify it, on the first favorable occasion. Some time after, a history of bis own life appears, also ivrittpn under his eve and inspection. 'Ihe same false statement ayuin appears, under his sanction, although he hud before admitted it to be unjust, and promised solemnly to rectify it. Croatian again complains, aud again Harrison confesses his guilt add pledges him self to make the "amende honorable," in a supplement to Dawson's hie. 1 hat supple ment has never appeared, nor the injustice been in the slightest degree repaired! The Whig military chieftain cannot be called a hero. His treatment of the brave Col. Miller was scarcely belter. Can greatness exist where there is a total want of magnanimily and even common fairness? Washington Globe. on the Pennsylvania avenue, opposite the Capitol, is always unfastened to aamn ine 1-1 I 1 A people, the western gate is Kept locneu, 10 preveut the crounds being used as a thorough- farf instead of the adioininc street. Mr O 1 1 . 1 . .1. ml. -1 f tVla ! gie OouDtiess eniereo ui uns wpcu justice, Marrwou emnoa.es m me n.smry o. , omer ev.oence is utcnM j. en and everv bodv else who chooses to this gallant action .abatement , '"J-ous to ,u act tney are UoUi aesp ccnes. xuey .g lO roiliian auu UIS uevoieu lununcis auu aic uciiuci ui uraii iui j . - . . .. .... . .. . , . , r.u: ,r . .f 1: .riv i. ihu nf,i i,i nnh lenpn nvnwpi v urn t nn ineivp cvinence 01 luia ion s found in Mr Liucoln s letters and speecn in rrnlv. of which we will sive a few examples. In his letter to Mr Blair, dated August 3d, Mr Lincoln says, in reference to Ogle, "As Uia gentleman nas u. , o he hg found .est. ana Wim no comnuiniciuiou ooiit v - . , , . . ,0 it,;, mnrntrous ... ... 11 ..r. tko mnst em gate locked, be has got up mis monsuous OISIUIH C1111ISIOU IV j.v,. ties," etc. '1 his proves that a portion of the speech delivered was suppressed. There were ottn.-r suppressions. Mr Lin coin, iu his speech, says : "In refen ina to the furniture and the grounds in tho use of the President, the mem ber fOnlel said the receiver was as bad as the other man. Sir (said Mr Liucoln) we all know the words of the adage, lhe receiver i-s n- had n. the thief.' And who is the re- 1 TEIt.TfS. In Advance, Elementary Department, or Se cond Class, First Class, V - French Language, Drawinsr and Painting, Music on the Pie.no Forto ac companieil by the Voice, Music on Guilar, Use of Piano, Incidentals, 3 00 per session 16 00 " 10 CO '" 1C 00 " August I, 1840. 25 00 " 25 00 " 3 t'O " 50 " G. SPENCER.1 75- in 1 tJmitTTT fa Slc. notomittiuarto name " adjacent grounds when there are none there ! As to the "gar den," many a private gentleman has a better fVt No. 7, page 4, Ogle says that during Mr Adams' administration, " the grounds 01 me President were brought into line condition, the fences were put in excellent order, the "hion" hills were made plain, and the 'deep valliea were made smooth, and the entire ld 7 T thp thief? From the davs of grounds, by theclose of MrAdams' Presidency and who the thief! rom the days ot lb j . antahla to the . . . t f" i 1 nrnrp h mivic n iiu uuiau uuuv Washington, through a long Bucce,si0 - judgment of our plain republican lustnous men, every President of the United J . . fabr;cal;0n. Not States, including theelder Adams, ' nill ha1 hften levell:" not xMadison, fllonroe, o. v. Auam, v.wayu, amnn,u a portion apd the present iacumbent have received a y . ouads similar uencm '" that Mr Uale, in nis ceiver, ,V,t ooncense H is ior peopleTo NOTICE, Ti i 9 TheOfiicors and Privates, (Opos-ng the 34th Rrement f Morth Carolina iwuuiu, .-r at the house ol J nn aikihs, oh first Thursday in October n- xt, at 10 o c ccb, . armed and equ ppea, as me ibw ..-r-- ti-.n anfl 'Tih. . 'jj . The Commissioned umre.s are oruc. . : the day preV,ouf , tor ex. rcise. Cy oracr 01 -Adj,t. 1840. 3t T LAND FOR SALE. WV. Snherier wiehins to move to tho West, Sfpt. 12, A- nlk nbout hard times, and the scarcity of moneywe have plenty of it more than we want, and more than we know what to do u W- hnve banks built on splendid r...ir,Vinmn, of sand, which sand is said to contain gold dust, though noncoy nas ever positively said that they saw it glisten -and we have bankers too who bear uns .intmn. for the very reason that no one knows any thing about them where they are r.,. r that's their responsibility, lhey i 1 o-ilvo fallows some of them are miienu, av...... . . i.. .. sne.tl too. and to sign thei tVllVftv UV" " I . f c Kt when there is a creat tiemana ior their issues they employ other people to do it for them. An enterprising Yankee might mnv if he would set his wits to work and invent a machine for signing shinplas ...:.u inc nnd dispatch:" it would lers in uiaiiii.1!- 1 save a vast deal of trouble to these responsi uur mul confer a benefit on the pub 17C? Lcaurvv-. - 1 !ic, who are kept waiting tor the cnirograpm cal talisman Hence it appears that lur ugie, .a u s ;rr--- - - . 1 IT l 1 I IVI I 1UC UUA. tL wuuvs v u. ja WBSW"' " "T. .....fVo. ST naire 6. HerTce the trtA nriiiHi 1 - - kuoa, CI DO wore the appearance of a slieep pasture, and reformers .nr nair of which, it is said, was "de- - - . . . , na signed to resemble and assume me iorm 01 an Amazon's oosom, who a uiiuia. .... 1 . Juinio iho Tiinnle." Or niUOCK on us opc l" "v-i,x'"' " . - rr - na thieves, wiiiiv. o .-.c was - , rlnn. In the nnuted speecn an mis is tuu- 1 . . pressed ! It was an atrocious calumny wnicu m;.,h An hru-rrt to whiEerv. and the speech is falsified to get rid of it ! On page 2 1 of this rwh. nnrnoi tins' to have been delivered on "r ' r- r . . . - 1 the 14lh April, is a quoiaiion lrum a Mr Kendal . which was not puDiisnea or writ ten till about the 9th .of May '. in tact no j r a ... . t been such speech as is now circulating m pamphlets F' ' the democratic days of re- . - 1 . 1 1 as Mr Ogle's, was ever ueiivereu uy There are three mounds, one entirely natur al, a second in part so, and the miru uwu romrworl 111 crradUStinZ lue EIUUUU5. u. ... . 0 . No. 9, page 1 9. The plateau is me ouiy 11 o mndp n sneech without doubt : and think incr with his whig friends, that a first rate whig huinbu could be made out ot me suujeci, uc fell to work, and, with the aid ot others, ihk in" from and adding to the speech delivered, " v,,l kt enlenlntprr for effect, without cis sccuicu " -- purchasca since iuc ucuiunuwv j rn,.l.mr-nl nnd reform." .1 v.-i-.m---.'. " . , lne rresia- 2S. he savs em' house was crowded Willi ine rzsna rf nilure on the globe at the time the retormtrs ..m.;ntn oossession" What! and not an ,.,.10 nf tnhle furniture" among it save the plateau I And if it was full ol the ncnesi . . 1 1 .14 fcb rry. tne Obtest regard to truth, trumped uP the niTb speeches now published as his. W e snail t anv thine more extravagant? . .1 - 11 iriirn wzt 1 u show that a mmg mote raisM n 0q !. Knv th . . m . ... I . I D71 h in ..in mi - ni nun ic h i il. oii month, mv Uantation, with all the adjoining iraci of land, belongirg ther.to, on both sid s of the Tumpiko and Chicken Roads, SEVEN MILLS ivo nrpnv.iT.;il nn.-l runs serosa Beaver Creek ellent MILL SITE .:,. ti, ,hnv. lnndc nrp. as wi 11 limbered as any lands w thin the same distance of Fayttteville, wilh Dine and oak. ALSO AT lln snme time and place, I will offer my stock of Cattb, Hogs and Sheep, tosether with Household and Kitchen Furniture, Farming Utensils, &C The lands will be sold to suit purchasers, in sepa rate tracts if requested the terms will bo made easy, and known on the day of sale. DUNCAN BTJ1E. Fayelteville, Aug. 8, 1840. 76-3t H. ERAMBERT, Hi This thorough-bred Virginia Horse coi of old Fclirse will not be moved this Fall Season, but JlSlt my stab.e, at the m.y reduced nrieea o! S3. Si 3, SIS; groom 50 cents. l o ex ra charge will be made for mar,. person - Ihr-m. for one day al eaui u'"" owner will net be liablo for escapes or accidents, nd everv necessary attntion win ue paio. CV C of h.s Dure blood at such moderate terms ouVht to be rmournged He is here by x.er,V anS not for speculation. His owner will eel tbank- l to those d-sposea 10 well. LeesviU, Robeson co., N. C. 12th Sept. 1840.-41 which turns a rag into money And some of these bankers ar3 immeu.y rich, too, their credit is good with the good natured and gullible public they have notes in circulation to the amount ofSO 50aivl j ii nri nnlvidv has ever had toe 1 il.lllU VlVl.Li " .- J hardihood to pnniioh to uav Baltimore! what a halo of glory shines around ries.' en, whitA monuments ana enuering suv.. ' " ... - - n.;.ll Tirw lontfr he thv spires: uy oi wn p1 .--0 - j name associated with monuments, but be thou the favored city of shmplasters'. ,p. chnw thnt a thinr i.v.. ... O i r,or nneoeterl in this country or any omer. t ibl nrr.PM4 we shall use the shortest sneech, presumed to be the one sent out by the, whig committee at Washington Ogle's Downright Falsehood. go, ho savs that all the furniture pur chaseefby Monroe and Adams, including the table furniture, was in the house. ATr.. l o. twee 29. he says : Our reform;- A not be satisfied without the dulcet notes of the rosewood piano forte, (octaves,) ineir ricum -vvi.v.; I nr.. nnnU tVlCV fIHOV 1I1 -a ,.Ti i ...I. rlis- VI v."" J J J INo. 1, Dace l. "x ne curreui i ....... .u ,.f olrln snoon." bui semen'- of the incumbent oi that high sta- l formers who ,' ask them if they are xvorih lion rt.h v for a finger snon-s. Siessed j than the expenditures of one ot his rsecreia- expended more than J. & J. KYLE it a g inct rpneived bv the late ar- h iVorth. a laree and rivuiB - ' - splendid assortment of Jmong which are Tk. not n man in Washington, who does not know this to be a falsehood. What rviomhora of Congress. DUDllC Ollicerts, foreign ministers, strangers trom anroaa auu . . - r TT; Ka Viae seventy thousand dollars of the people s cash for nine teet mirrors, goiu .u, . , spoons, rugs, stars,' &c. Here is lie upon tc. Piot a goiu Thnrlow sines up all but the Eighth Dis- TVTr Weed, the State Printer, in an ar- tide encouraging the wmgs oi uw O v. l , , . ci izens from every part of the Union, he has fork or spoon, has "PJ mrncVmpany, and" is obliged to entertain "reformers." more than all his Secretaries put togemer came imo ou . - -ivT. n o Sn..bmir oi tne xTesiueui, i ot mat son u ucie tuuiagiug . - o ;Xk. Mr Otrle calls hitn "an individual wno, in tneir preucv.c. District to "make one couceuumw u,v . .. m. oo. i tunc a soiii-irvinn iiiuca. i .v.. , i-i u. n. effort to redeem me ttepuo . ' ;th lha Deace party ' in op- rnn. Bt the present time in 17 iae union. 1 buiiiik - -- i - . - . .. TAIIiOK, Respectfully informs his frieno l and the public generally, that he has re-commenced the 1 ai t,v, T.,: ' ; v. kn. nnt door to John ' 1 1 1 X, UHOIUCH 111 " . 1 Street 6 doors above tne Mark. TTn... ..iw... h r'i!l thankfully receive al orders in his line for cash only, finding the credit system a bad one. All orders from the country ior work must in all cases have the cash enclosed, other wise they will not be attended to. He bega leave to assure those who may favor him with their orders, that no pains shall be spared on hir part to give general satisfaction. . . ' . HE HAS OTS HAND o An assortment of Shirts, Bosoms,' Collars, Stocks, Suspenders, and Drawers, of the beat quality. ; " Blue. Black, and assorted colored Cloths and Co- 0.....nna 1 j, T .in. nhallevs. Btai-k Juoaum-. VteA Blk Bomba- 1t a... .nJ Point Blanket, and Negro lotns, T575 Pieces Calico, very cheap, 3-4, 4-4, 5-4, & 6-4 IS7ariaB vn ist.ixinaa and Sheetings, and BUMUU .7. any othcf art,cles.- 2 TLw bouzht at the loweat package nrico ii offered C 11 eap for y n tkn L&nal time. . Or to punctoai .-- . 8,tf Septem&er i", - - WANT ED. ' v ion I l OUI UVJ 111V I I UDblv hut rrnA WAVL.-nn CctAnHv hOOl- ALSO Tu,a Rne w.inton n ibn above traqe. Boys from the country will be preferred. . .. . B. Extra cutting done at the shortest notice Fayetteville,-April 25 1840. - . .I-3m. W Do hereby fiwarn .11 pert to erej? I Snfaiilvwith miBoo, x wM. j. RUSSELL. PvetteviUe, September 1 1, 1840. 91-" Pj nt.AUK CHECKS for sale at ttlaOBFICB Cr. the ruisjER- , " The furniture, there- the President's K . .. r tun ARn nnlace. cost the people me sum ui ' Every man in the republic who remembers I 40 cente. . . f lie is tn the hanas oj er yj ' - Mp Madison's administration, Elim aiated bv Oale here, is the entire ugkih tTVXS. or has recTd the recent expositions of Mr Van urfliture fro & commencement of aeierrmnc e wwiwi" ..y . . , Lnmva thnl thfi lmnreSSlOB W 1 manminitinil in 101 1, 10 uio n. a -II J Hh n A I r3 1 1 M TWTim n v 1 I IWI r Illllll uu o sum wi. - nrniR win ucicuuiuo i . . . . . r i ' . - . ' I J ft,.- Kk siotAmoiii 1 mansion, than under every other administra tion, to this time." Now, what will an honest people say to this man, when they find that the very worst of the " trumpery," for which he abuses JWr Van Buren, was purchased by Mr Monroe, and has been iu the house ever since? Such we shall show to be the fact, and we shall further show that MR. OGLE KNEW IT when he mais his speech, or when it was written. Page 2S, Ogle says : About $3,000 annu ally wasted ; a larger sum, by 2,000, than has bc-en invested in the furniture of the princely mansion on the north side of Frankr lin square and immediately opposite me pal ace. If an expenditure of 6,000 is suffici ent to provide appropriate and suitable furni ture for the most elegant private mansion in the city of Washington, what will the plain; Republican tanners say," CC oic. One would suppose from this, that Ogle thought $6,0CO quite sufficient to furnish the President s bouse. Now, on the very next page, Mr Ogle says a Mr Monroe had considerable furniture of good quality, most of which he had procur ed abroad, as American Minister, and the residue for his accommodation as Secretary of State. This furniture, including a small service of plate, ne placed in the President's House at a valuation ($9,071 22) fixed upon it by two of the most respectable citizens of the District." So, while Ogle thinks $6,006. ample for furnishing the President's House;. he sees no . , . - i!Ufi. niture, to tne amount 01 -. "" DOLLARS as a mere begining! This fur niture, he tells us, was most ot it procureo abroad, while Mr Monroe was minister. As Mr Monroe returned trom abroaa, aooui ino year 1S07, this furniture must have been in use ten to titteen years, wnen soiu 10 iua pub lic ! . . . To give the reader some idea of what JJlr Ogle endorses ana approves, and considers no trumpery," we give the bill of Mr Mon roe's old furniture entire. ESTIMATE of Furniture in the Presi dent's House, made at ihe request of CoL Lane by the undersigned. TJiyiNG ROOJJ, 1 Large Sideboard 1 do do 1 do Tea Table 9 Chairs, at $7 - 1 Large Press 2 Window Curtains 4 Curtain Pins 1 Pair Butler's Trays 1 Catpet, 50 yards, at $1 1 Platto Box 1 Sft nf Dininff Tables 1 Table set of French China, white aud gilt : 13 1-4 Dozen Plates - 12 Oval Dishes, assorted sizes 13 Round do 2 Soup Tureens 4 Fruit Baskets 3 Sauce Boats 2 Bowls 2 Sugar Dishes 4 Butter Boats 4 Stands 16 Fruit Dishes 20 Custard Cups 12 Oval Fruit Dishes $163 00 100 00 14 00 63 00 35 00 40 00 2 00 1 00 60 00 5 00 100 00 159 pieces 12 13 6 4 6 2 4 8 4 1 40 12 nire Slate. The Empire . , ... 4-w the rresiaenuai vuothwu ,aa Up. rnnveved bv this statement is t -ar, a neriod of twenty-four years. ICUWU w J I UIG0VU. J v ' I . 1 it:.; . A .hrt t mnT in Kiir-ii au UUUiUJl iuc ibm re mar in congress.' lie COIHU wr. - A by stander promptly re- necessarily be broken and wear out, in that length of time, Mr Ogle himself tells his read ihnt nuantities had been sold! Fage -8, discussing this very subject, no - sale since 1S29, amounting w , - .0 t -n aeeniint of Sales tO ! on page 10, ne - :. The bills air the amount of $5,990, pieces -286 600 00 : 2 Pair Decanters, at $8 16 00. IS Claret Glasses, at 88 per do;?. 12 00 49 Wine do at $8 do 24 00 6 Tumblers at $6 Co 34 00 4 Pair Salts, at $6 24 00 1 Set white and gold Test China, bro- :. ken 20 CO 20 Cups and Saucers, Teapot, Sugar Dish, and Cream Pot, best French China - 60 00 1 Glass Jrlateau, sliver piate ana rim w w 1 Set Ornaments (Biscuit rorce laine) ' Table Cloths and Napkins Passage Lamp and fixture . .1. 1 . 11 .. rV.l..n I vr.Mi tn m Thus, it wHl be seen, he conceae v 3 iGreat itnprovements have t.tRb Hshmentalarge quantity of furniture must . ill Kmra o mamniv ut iud iw ' i r o . . a i . . - i .4 M hat aenKH;iiiw.u ua. ...-j--v I m.Ho within a tew years pa be cast for Electors in the omer seven u- "IT Irtcts. "Boys, do you hear mat?JV M fword of truth in this Yrok JVeio Era. tu a. nrr 3. "It fthe garden! is situ . . .. I . j . clAo nf thn nalar.e." &.C. Tr,nrT While Mr. Stanley ure i v - , . ., -.u- - t.t .u r I Tkr a no mraenonioBBuuuiiiiuoui u federal member of Congress, trom " ; ; Ogle well knows, be- rolina, was addressing the meeting ; ou y . secu that he had been . M ia now in the house! nesday last, and indulging, to its iuu tu''Aa on that side! The gar- n.Jm nrunra to have examined, show exten tent, his propensity for misrepreseniauou, of few Kmiare rods on . t5 linrieP nrevious adminbtrations . I. 4Wm tnrmttn. I 1H1I 151 HU nu.iw-w "r" a. l nivc S3a.a I . rked "that he couta not spc u - - . house.- ... rr,ke out a ffood electioneering TYhig No 5. oase 3. "The orangery, though not 1Bhaooet. be asserts that all this old furniture, as yet on a very extensive scale, is fast lm- and all furniture worn out in twenty years t n . . ill s wwxam r irivu j TheTe is no "orangery'' about the premises. sr0. 12. Asking why the people elected 14 Chairs, Damask Cushions No. 6, page o.- - 'as uiexrresiueui o . jjr ryjouroe jrresiaeui, ft1" - ' , r; o ,n .,,i s the , .u rr. hand of worthies i F.letrant Sofa Damask - is eac osea uy a oigu swuo v,"" . cause ne waa mo loo .- , . " . : Tlamaslt . n .,rl ho lob?. very I , . j t.A k. KlAnH In our revolutionary I 3 Window Curtains, JJamasK, prates are ebucidiit j . , i wno uau su m-.. . i , . aikti fw oersonllhave been informed, v,sit it, stru2e,ei Now this man cannot be ignorant ; S7 yards, each at 15U 1. 1. .,oi ;n,iBTinn. or , in company iU, T5-.Tar.lrftn bars udoq bis person 1 21 l arss r.g- UUBUl ur -BKv.. ' - J. - t Ull wv.-.. ..... -. , . .1 Ticint or ?5fme memsel oi nia j WHU UV . . ----- 250 00 600 CO 27 00 $2,422 00 that he could not speak the truth any where, in or out ot J.he hit was paipauio. j."- Campbell congress. Observer. 4 KnrvrlT. Ttp.T A Mr a. - - -.. - i .. t-j Stewart, of La Grange, - Tennessee, .ouc. under bis own signature, in the sterti Whig, a bet of 10,000 on Martin Van Kuren s re-elcCtbn. .Vetp Em. . t ko!d - DRAWING ROOM. at : 178 50 160 00 456 00