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V niteiI 0f otl rev Is jizar.,
tior yeitr Taylori. T at epoit- was
e .cot eii bjAindi rier to wtIea
* - toder ibe left , , ere g o h 1u to.
eOf atrnoyof knoits '.at it * s arp'nure
h*in ijion, enirely desiuok Sigo.,
nthere sonry th Ind the ws cofirmed
hat the galnIe Captain e delyaie t
- rwith a y idu ac uiderr iichn a Ilke -
/ rovqj~aial. J1deedjit was' positivelyI
1pSir(rJ4,yestertny'li the city, 'that ib wa~s
Sc der beloW iscWh deeple.regr t .h tie
~ warI ;lrcunistance. which1- dho; 4ori
the arimy of oin6 or its'briAWhteor'rnamerUii
S"d the coungtry Of .&n il uabie public
.FMhortl after leavin a s t Santimgo,
ealonh .7th inm pthe Edi 'th.collai)sid 'her
- beingend dialrea the eond eindeer.
5 It fisF; spseltthrut , so re ;.b-.
1A CroiwJ1%jly IVihu .nyftirther In
-tne ncreg ithil es
The d Mxcsio no aper ohea
er 100 diochrgvonteericans in
The following items weta or tc
~~. Matamioras Flag.;'
nFrgm aontsrey.-eirlavu -Mttma m
wi thi ..ost' as late "sei w0ha They
heply of Ah pero&bei:odn to the A -
bad at this tme wsprincip coli aints
- eingthe dianrrhan dai chilload severs
'4f.-1t is AppO.that tie fruit, so reiio
Btatted, increi e tmilness.
The Mexicn ao nt appear tou be as
- lan of~eere Maj. RdolhRdly
well dispo tigiovar s the Ameicanr s in
b ofatere y and ii'y Me ere but thatmay be
heowing to a of onerey, w'hat they ure
-hen'Wand ignorance oihedeep ceo trfeihs
that our Mcxicans know.oraue hi1uTH
play ofi A persohebolotnidvto ti e A
Tama reginmnt as rccentd stoling about
outaid1h cap, wvhen a lanc~r'was dlownr
ipon fiom and ran og um through severa
n tfure the steamer Col. Crbs left Ca.;
A gntlemhad reacledythat raco m f a
sdteryewh hasn t gooe poruir galf
* ~lantT offic r4-,> (Iaj kadiIh Ridgicy,
whointe s disac igor isired a part iof the
botles of Molay last, and more recently at
the storming of iterey, rin riding out,
'w then 'his horse s ipped armd fell tire
stolne opavment. fr the fall, Maj. Ridge.
wy'l bead struck wh such force t mist the
des.tne na toifrat osre his skliit He
WnertilI'liy e at the Iwlls ahviceetatr
no speere canterasiedrf his recovery.
Geon.F Tar'ae cideic r uators a deep
antNtion-sc t roughou tre armyn as this ofi
cer wuas universally esteem'e'd. *IHis,7plscL
in th Sles will be difficnulo to supply.
A gentleman recently retuiin ed c ro
aSniery, who has a good opportunity if
forming a correct oinio of tie future
movement&-of ben. Taylor, expresses it
as Mis beliefthat, after garrisoning Sail.
hoGegalo at ne ermaindbd fterrr~vl aer
willh breorced Crehratory tvol forceg
A a~bendemedo tianec Lhis setoiwrice.ti
It isees sta e an ascetaiedctian
al. teri Tarin camp (own ican umpas ire
tio c'itymea t ra', n'we wrtai,
specuaateathatio is not the ultimate
wole plac in foe bing onceentrand
note't sLide Pothe wierra Mladei benge
ftifed ioenmenstrondgeast pofsible manited.
StaGen. Wtol hd iisaportin helftoi
S tory. aylonrinderritin fr t9isahe oa
* ~ ~ h Gi of foreingt forn thi sujametionnevt
Goe Tayloren at tijis tane roeandm
Italng w~no CngJer b vieddia vlue foup
posin-deemede bnecsi'frm is shervice.
. , nantil o the prniAlon(eIen Tamalirnme
of plather alto~y e osk ie indennid
toya, nid'rrirainfor "the war.
het.~e ofa fehasgo rthi urne from nin
be cnieudersthe mivitry dpotn bhe.Gulf,
adore l opjadga~br teI postg at S .moseph's
stline'hee ae rrvdli h'Base
bewk~is anare in thedcitt.
Icanch ln'er evpdations-a valesup.
ptofn-amach e ndlinapai abvei tr ied
in few dysr ao canoe abe irdof horsec,
robbe tohs hoss of-The inhaitarys ad
pt i ad obeph'.sd lsaryo Arwern tra
der, C(i the opntiy dotsho was a Mr.nf
who wa~rs rk~silelhv irn ist atptos'psina
wahe~'tia upweii rdunf ie thousan dgarsn
The Inedan thrte diorive f ami tperss.b
haem1nc.cD pcaion-s.m lbol
tols. 64JsgJe3"reIi rl o the
T t e e
sgi~sslth bc'g rea is were
p t ah~4'd W.Wh ire d r
sh1itit9 ojd, between i0e hip bone
ri wiich iniflksted asevere,
ughEngin rous; iw'in i ir.gin
eyvaya'iiot hur .
CaptainIarnef's co ia of dragoons
arijeU atf)(atamnoras Nov'r. let.and exci
&in:" ailiniratin. They departed on
Mt&.--Large quantities o oranges
h'ive ben arriving here, ion mules, frot
tMonterEy and vicinity. I his (ruit is supe.
rior inaflivor to.ihe best Havana. atid quite
eqial ip tho Sicily orange--thin skin, juicy
and sweet The aphes grown about Manity
terey, itsaid,.wiliear.comparison with
the finest in the United States.
Goverr Monales.- Governior Morales
t-mily had left the city rather pre.Ifi;
at6 , and the civil governmentof the
place'wi's being dnsitatered by an Alcalde.
Wecan'heat reason fir bis hasty aban
do ent o s vterey by te Osivernor,
ist-he could not, cnsistently with
li a oblktionis to his Government, or her
generals, accede't the requisitions made
upon him by Geh Tafior--to furnish.our
.roops with supplies.
y Cipanies F and d, 1st re
ar Artilleryon duty at this post, pack.
ed up bag and baggage on the 3d inst., pie.
paratory to a move to Monterey. Capt.
Norman, of company 11, and Lieutenant
Haskins, or company F, havc so won upon
the good opinion ofour citizens, both Am
ericans and Mexican, that the depsarture.of
their.comnands will be viewed with regret.
POINT ISABEL, NOV. 2.
Sgrne short time since, a partyYetMa
tamoras for Corpus Christi, with. a drove
of mules, intending to go eastwarfdly with
them. About the Sal Coloradol'it ls said,
the party were murdered and robbed.of
every thing. The property, it is rumored,
belsinged to Mr. Hunter, who resides near
Nachitoches, in your State. The neigh
borhood of theSan Colorado, is no doubt
infested by as desperate a hand of white
persons and Mexicanstas ever lived any
Rumors of an expedition against Tampi
co are pilenly as blackberries. It is said
a naval force will co operate with the army.
The heavy pieces of artillery at Cunargis
are still being brought down the river.
The Spitfire, und one or two other of the
I1 S. steam schoontrs, are off tlhe Brazos
(slajd, for what particular purpose, I am
Sice I have commenced writing,, a gen
ilenan connectpd with the army, has arri
ved here direct from Monterey. lie teIlO
me that every~.thing was as quiet when ho
left, as-at any time since the capitulation.
Provisioni and supplies of various kinds,
continue to be taken from Camargo for the
use of our army aid scme of the regiments
from below ariissving up, to supply the
place of those disbanted. Maj. Graham
hsln6t reched Camnargo when . my infoi.
mnielft' there, le will probiably reach
Moriter-ey in a day or twvo from this time.
.eac~l NE w OaE a se, Nov. 13.
Meinehly a.sally-Capt. Randolph
Ridgely.-TIhis gallant oificer, who has
won so-many laurels in the wvar, is supplo
sed to have lost his life at Monterey, about'
three weeks ago,. ini a mosst melancholy
manner. Our infosrmation, as derived from
Johna Deshon, Esqj., one of the owners of
the steamiship Sea, and who came passen.
ger in the ship U icas, which arrived here
) esterday from Brazoi, is to this effect.
Capt. 11111, U. S. Quartermaster at lBrazs's,
informed Mr. Deson that an express had
just arrived fromi Monuterey, commsunaien
ting thie sad inatelligenice, that Capt. iige.
Il, being oni an unruly horse, and ridiuig
cown a steelp hill, was throwni, the horse
falling upon him, and shoueingly mangled.
At the time the expre-sag1ft Monterey,
Capt Ridgely was wholIy'n~stosible, the
brains ooziqg out of his ears, and no hopss
were enteriained oif Isis recovery. Tlhe
Uncas spoke the steamship Virginian
aibout twenity-five miles from the S. W.
Pass on her-way from lirazos to this porit.
On board the Virginsia wais a bearer of des
patches from Mlonterey for Washingmon,
wvho -will probably arrive to-day. From
him we may expect ftdl-pariiculars of this
terrible catasutrophic. WVe must hope that
Capt. Itidgely will yet be spared to his,
cosuntry, which cannoot affo.rd to- Iciose sco
brave and chisvalrons Bfd meritor-ioums an
officy, 'ropic. ~'.
Fromn fit N. O. 'Picayunec, 1dth inst.
Tril E V R Vl I.AT EST F~tOM MONTiEi1v.
WVe y esterdaty received, sifter our masinu
news froim the Army wvas.mndle up, a letter
a distingiiished oflicer of( the Amerieu. Ar
may at Monterey, which is three rdays- later
thain aiiy thing we have seen. That portion
ofit in rte-ltion tsi Iustamiente we look upon
as rather doubtful, abmhcughu the sld Gen
eral may have besen seeni up in the neigh
hoshoodl of Chihuahua and Sonora. tolciok
after pen. WVool. WVe msi ke extracts from
Poior Ridugley issldead. ile was buri -d
yesteriday, anid ist *'hosurned'i by tho enitir e
A rmy. M ajor Leai will niot live twenly
fe'ur houtr's lsonger. We have late news
froim .smn h4it d~e Pctsit toi thle cifect that
6m.404 a' Jg kive
s~n Cl' i~3aini. ilyee uQi~ olO u
SUMTIRVILLI, S C
ednesday, ogg. 25>t46.
C CA LI1oUN'S OioN ON Ti1 'i GE"
gER A L TICl W!' S'~lTEM.
We ave received frm't e one Tpi
C. CA1IrWNt, a corrected copy of hi l
a on tle General Ticket Spithm.A
.9ie too late for insertion In1hi ti
per, we propose to'pubs i
T negrWcarp.ente'r, Be'rlIl wfhia we
m 'ptioned in our lastas having:been im
'prisoned on the charge of Aoseebriaj
and robbery, was acquitted by" i urIt
Freehlders held dn Fri'da list, thk2Otl
WiLMINGTON ANfD RALE6Gil RAIL ROA]
We call the attention of ourreaders tb
the article, which we publish In, this nu-r
ber, relative 'to the proceddings of the
Siekholders of the Wilmingtian and Ru
leigh R. It. Company, fromheViiming
Ion Chronille of thi 18th inst., from which
it is perceived, according toIhe'.2nd adopt
ed resoltion, "Trhat the present Road
must be sustained; -that touspu'rc thait, i
must be extended." This article Will be
read with interest on account of its iela
tion t. the contemplated rail road connex
ion of this District with Charleston anti
Wilmington, N. C.
The sales of the week ending on #ridayi
the 20th, were 7,431 bales, and the receipt
in the same titne were 10,535 balP, in the
Charleston Market, giving a di er nee In
favor of receipts, against sal ,0
bales. The difference, for s''ep h
has gPnerally ,beein i v)r o Is.
cottn in theit - ' T rices variej
fron 8 ti 10 cents; tha ig
fgom-O 48.1 I-, g e g
9fil a t ra a
Sb1th ne4dr.ein week
Trhe folowig quotationo give tile preeant
value of the'article; middling to -middlin
fair, 9 to 9 1-4; fair to fully fair, 9 3-8 tu
'Thae latest date from Liverpool, of Oct
31, gives a small advance of I 8th 6?
penny per potund, arising entirely fromn tiue
latest anid continued aceounts of the Ios.
of a considerablet portion 'of thi' cotidm'
crops if the United States, andl the geni
e-rail rise in the ports of this country of the
price of cotton.
TilE SUMTER VOLUNTEERS.
On the 19th. inst. Gov. ArKEN receivetI
from the War Departrncntithae letter wvhiel
follows, calling for the prganization aui
enrolment of the Psifreetto Regimenctt ti
the South Cyrolina Vouteers, for imame
diate service in the Mexican wvar.
The rendervous of the Riegiment is it
Charleston. Weu doubt not that the seve
rul companies in this State wvill forthwvith
pri are themaselves for actionat the coil o
their country, and prove by their.'a.ndue
that the spi, which induced thei to vol
unteer wvith,so mnuchrnatiness, is not aba.
A volunteer 1-ompany was forme4 in thi
District on the 6th of.June last and was
accepted bay the4Governor. 1; was calilet
"The Sumters"', in honor of the. revoht,
tionary veters ,who in thte war of"'70lei
to battle.-th~e 'itzen soldiers of his native
District. Thes preseni company of "Suin
ters" is comm~aand4( by. a descendant of
thant gallant veteran.
We trust and believe that "The Sumters'
will not be found wanting at ibis time
wihen actiosi is required. 'Their honor dec
mandts that the full cornplemnent of te
~rquired b~y the Governmnent and tha
law undteer which they volupattered, b~
presented in Charleston, at tife time' al
rendeCzvous. The honor of their nativc
District and State'requires that they shoul
respondI~ wvithi alacrity to) the summon.
which they have so long and ardently do
sired. 'The eyes of their countrymen, o0
the governmenl. and Europe are, upor
themr as on :the volunteera of the othet
States from iwhicht re girpenis ha ve boet
frdered. Thiough' their znurg~v
be.en lessened by removalgr tom tii ~i
4 .9 >4<
Ot, ~ ~ ~ ' 66jiti e
r. hqtinMkYhij*h- 1
jhe Dmb-iictVtbert S-;4 -Ire ae lqeneiiii.
18 C!"fflpan 'Q ji :,a -,,%;;
those ies- so er~n theseve ,
~~oll o0 ieo filll
of MOyla your E~ci~n w ~ p s 3-est;
:11o 16 to be I': 1 c- hi", a 11-r 11bj c r.
Ito your Ex!Colicnv that TVe 1tn(4niYA4,e
me:.t*;Of Volutejters#, firolm yu
required farir h cndiat6 scrie;. I'*'60,it
CE,,unless swooner. djs~h~rge d."16ki Regi.
meal*iilc'iai or- io.6
1116I Coonel. e,,oltt n-,d
~ ( I Mt'je'unt Major.
10 Co Iueon nqwi'Jc of~lac toC
.2 Se~pud Ltsitenantei .
-4 Cor'Poralit.' .
tirel irn. iii a -Coinyi, it witi b
fn~tas lacshul~bqrgqpz,1Z~, aft d vhI
"lllrol~fiurea~dv ;df~jilm'ilre 41
prnsteridiinto pervico~i Se
mcrs Ofi the United Slm0tt'.Ikif. h
iuwcvery .cae bee istte'I C
Ma 'ut whoi is i *n tears.appa~iI A ~ eI
tAIIr1,or ill$ iW not of- pit VA041e'gl
(vil.:. Ta this 6111 th lsj eo villi
hbea. m I~ wfed Iii'a''nehc i lcr of te
army, nd ihevolunedrstili bIrealt
t2 a t - 1 .21i .l ,n r r i~cIul s. - .
2 ~ ~ i W 1 ~ ~ '
T#rn c,-sm ER.9?
His spi vI , unsis eA ji d
1161Yht Bdante Bandr
CAr~edao:LI seeA satt11e4se noi~p
1846v, ar~oilhbiaisl Thx,1ure, be . o'ou
t-~ra'$ 60sta idlyfi .I. o ired lars rrcet
be"li a*b-. prijrl h egen
chr -war pesd eeb ~ ib p' a
i:6'er w e d uIo "ne'
as bld'; ikn ltd 101 ytJ~fj sk i 4
vin uf fhc ao g. a. 3T~ rd
rolu' "o6e i' the a,46- 0-r, ulpela toncr
be dnh Are~ bto r ~otev ~n~t
ar xie .de tsstasIti