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40 7 Strffflsi Strnnanl Mi. Pr!c nJ Contain . R Smith, unattached bat serving with 1 I bg leave alsb to oil attention to lie good cotwluei of vTaptaln Johnston, Ohio re"gi;tienl and Lieut. Hooker, 1st irlll lery.mvingon I lie Half of Gerillimer and of L'ai. Nichols, 3d ortillory, on tflil of Geno.if'Qi 'mm. Capls.Bfag and Ridgely aofV(d ivnh llioir bmrie during ibo operation under my owi observation, and hi pari under my iro mediate order, and exhibited dlittn cutshed skill and gallantry. Captain Webiter,, 1st . artillery, ttmti by Lieul. Donaldson and Roweo, rendered good service w the howitzer battery which was much exposed to the enemy'i firo on the 21s. From the nature of tho operallnn,the 3 1 dragoons were not brought in ac tlon, but were usefully employed under the direction of Lieut, Col. May is es corts, and in kpping open our commu nicalions. The 1st Kenturky regiment was lo prevented fiom participating in the action of the Glal, but rendered highly important strvices under Cu Ormsby, in covering tho battery, and holding check tho entmy's cavalry du ring the day. 1 have noticed above the officer whose conduct either fell under mv own immodiale eye, or is noticed only in minor reports which are not forward ed. For further mention of individual? I beg leave io refer to the reports of di vision commander herewith respect lull y trjnsnitio(f. l lull y concur in thnir recommendations, and desire that they may be considered as a part of my own report. From the officers of my perional staff and of the engineers; topographical en nineers, and ordnance asaociated with me, I have derived valued and efficient assistance during the operat:on. Col. Whiting, assistant qtiartermasler gener al, Major Croghanand Uelknap, inspec tors general. Captain Sibley, assistant quartermaster, Captain Waggaman, com jnissary of subsistence, Captain iJaton Lieut. Garnett, aid de-camp, and Maj, Kirby and Van Buren, pay department, served near my person, and were ever prompt, in all situations, in the commu nication of my orders and instruction!. I must expres s my particular obligations to Brevet Major Manffield and Lieut. Scarilt, corpj nf engineers They both rendered most important services in re connoilerhg the enemy's position,con ducting troops in attack, and strength ening the works captured from the en emy. Major Mansfield, though woun ded on the 21st, remained on duly du ring that and the following day, until confined by hts wound to camp. Capt. Williams, topographical engi neers, to my great regret, and the lost of tho service, was mortally wounded while fearlessly exposing himself in the attack of 21sl. Lieut, Pope, of the same corps, was active and zenlous throughout tho oporation. Maj. Mun roe, chief of the artillery, Major Craig and Captain Ramsay, of (he ordnance, were assiduous in the perfoimance of their proper duties. The former super intended the mortar service on the 22d si pBrticuleily mentioned in the report of Gen. worth, to which I also refer for the engineer, and topographical officer detached with the second division. Surgeon, Craig, medical' director, was actively employed in tho important duties of his department, and the medi cal swff generally were unremitting in their attentipn to tho numerous woun led -'heir duties with tho regular regi ments being rendered uncommonly ar duous by the small number serving in the field. 1 respectfully enclose herewith, in ad. union io me reports ot division comman ders, a field return of the force before Monterey on the 2lt September return oi kuicu, wounded, and missing uuui'fci.iu u,,-;,.,iun arid two tonn I I . I.....I I km,ihci uuiu-ic -una exhibiiing all the movements around Moment .k. other on a laigei scale illustrating mor- rti ah I i. I .. L. .! . " llullllu"" "io uiinaiiun in Die loww quarter o. ino ci-y-prepared resp8c lively by Liems. Mesde and Pond to 1 am, sir, very respectively Your obadient servan, fjf . p TT Q . Z TAYLOR. Maj Gen. U. S. Army commanding. Tho Adjotant GENcnAi of theArmy Gfjlcal Stspvtthet.We give bclo iWoiFiciul letter in whirl) Com; Conner reportslhia succoSs,1tJ tilnngTampioo lo the Navy Deparlsnenii. " ,v U. S. Snamsliip f)ijfire, Uofote llio Town (ijBfimplrn. NriPLith. 1840. Sin 1 have the hgffor i) Inform (he Dp . . .1... I Wt .1... - ..t ! -i parimeiu iiibi i emereu nio river ui i bihh no this morning vi. trail Ilia stnall vessel if the squadron U a strong detachment oi onmeii and in Mississippi, pone. On my deputation surren their la spectrd I will its impair live or six on f i vjmnca froi Sf Mary' from ihe Cumberland Princeton and'ors arrsjjw rTssapPfT at the city, I was met by ft citizens offering th on onndilion that s and property be re ipen hs long as possible; thai a garrison should bo lent occuov it as speedily as possible. I'd ob lain Ihia object, 1 have uVapateheu Commo lore Perry to Matamoras.to mak anange ments wi;ii uen. I'ntterson to hare a here without delay, As 1 deem it important the Mississippi should sail without delay, I uiiial defer more particular statement lo another oppor I have the honor to be, very respectfully tunny your ubcdisnt servant, D. Conner. Gotud'g tl o(ii9 Squadron Hon. J, Y. Msson, Secretary of the Navy, Washington, Washington, D. C. Operations cflheNavy and army Cap lure of Tanipico. We announced on Sat rday tho intelligence received from the South, through the Telegraph, that Com Conner had set out on an expedition against Tampico. Furthor news, received yistei day announced lhat the expidition waa en tirely successful, and Tampico is now in possession of the Americans. The gam son at Tampico took Santa Anna's advice and abandoned (he place, first having re moved their artillery. In the event of the city being taken, it waa calculated that strong force would be required to garrison , and tho American army would be pro porltonabty weakened. On the aumuiut.s io surrender the town being made, a depu, tation, composed of the authorities and prin cipal citizens, waited on Commodore Con' ner, and intimated their readinaaa to com ply. Commissioners were then appointed and the usual stipulations being maiie and accorded, regarding the due protection of life and pioperty, usual among civilized na lioiisl-tlie atars ahd stripes soon floated over this bloodless conquest. There are now but ISO marines and sail ors to gairieon Ihe town; a very iusufiiciem number, when it is considered that the town con! lins 4,000 inhabitants, with two towns adjacent, almost connected with it, tailed Puebla Vuja and Altamirn, which consider- bly increase the population on that part ol the coast of Mexico. The Commodore has taken immediate measures to have ihia im portant place more strongly garrisoneil. Gensral Patterson has been apprised of its capture and a relnfoicenieni ri-qiieaied. Generals Jesop and Urooko, at New Or leans, changed the destination of tho troops from Brazos to Tampico, with sufficient ammunition from the Louisiana Stale arse nal, the use of which waa tendered by Gov Johnson; Wiilnn three hours after Com Perry announced the capture of tits place. at New Orleans, all the necessary phn were made, all tho requisitions sent otn, messengers and even aieambnala under way and in readiness to provide for all the con tingencies of the case ' The Intelligence from the Pacific t'n the 1 lib ol October represent that the Aineri- can possession of California is not peaceful and accounts of insurrection t re given. The trench Consul at Monterey had been ar rested by Commodore Stockton, foi pro testing .gainst ihe occupation of the coun try. The last advices from Mexico do nr.t throw much light upon the moveirtonia of Santa Anna, Ii it ovidenl that tho m.:. cans are thoroughly aroused, and thm strong force is collecting at San I.nla pi0. M. Various Hjinfoiccruetiia had been added anu irie actual number of troops in gnrriaon on Ihe28lh ult. wse set down nt 19,000 which were expected to be augmented in two weeks to 30,000. In view of this fact, some anxiety is fell in ihe Sjuihein i,,wns as to me situation ami prospects of our ar my. The New Orleans Bulleiin, spsaking in reference to this subject, aays; The impression ia, that Santa Anna Is vuMcuiuig q mrgo a lorce with 0 view io issume the offensive oml cut ofT the sup plies and retreat of our army. Due Bluw nee nowever ought lo be made for tho nau. al quantity of Mexican exoneration, hmh aa to numbers discipline and conization, probable rase that Snnla Anna Should at tempt to movo rgainst him frorpvSan Luis from which it would he a fftdiotir iim! dlffi?iillitrch to MonloJfl From an tjlTicer recently from the ""'jH we learn that the whole force under Gen. Taylor is 13 lo 14 000 men. It is true a considera ble portion of them is on the Rio Gnride under tho orders of General Patterson, di iributfid between the dilfercnt posts from "TllUTn WITHOUT VKAlt " V. U. PALM Bit. Eta. is authorized to acta) i A J At. . . f- . . 1 I . ihe Urazos St. Jaco to Oamareo. but amlu'A?",:.??.? QCipi an monies j or vuuwripiwii una siuvunr wiihotit airording ample time to conceulralal I'hikdMia No, BD Pjnotrect. all these detachments to meet hitn Wo Boston " 10 Statcstrcet. du nnl helieva he h.i miffii-ient enlornriao lialtimort S. E, cor. Bait, and Calvtrl-tts. ,.r il,.t l,w .rmv 0i,l,,r In Pnndl.inr, J.. Merchants-Mechanic, and Tradesmen may find ' :it to their advantage to aavemsexn this papenas proper siofi. lo attempt by a coup do main r fj the only one published at the Count Scat to cut o'lfGenoral Taylor's commnnicaliona nndhas a greater circulation in the county than by llio. seizure of Matamors, or any othe poinkin Ins rear, and even if ho diii try we have every confidence ihey would pify learlv for tho attetnil. The Mexicans have met our troops on three different oc- radmm, and each time they have been ii.. a l I . -I. I.. 4 sounu.y u.-gijeo, any wu ro r, ui T .,,. . . .-,, , , dined to the belief thai llio views of SnrUjd b() p , (f WHEAT. CORN & BUCK Anna arc al ptesent confined to check the further advance of General Taylor: should he attempt ii, and not to tnako long march es io attark him. Provisions and supplies ofeverey nature are constantly going for ward from hence to the Uio Grande, arid in uch large quantiltrs, -s leads to the infer ence the Government have, no ptesent in ention to decrease the forr'c in thai quarter and for ouraelvca we lhii!k thai General Ta)iir, as herelofo-e will be able lo take caro of himself, and also cive n good ac count of the eneiy shoilld ho meet thorn.' 7'lie 7,000 volunteers now mustering in to Ihe service will be, an addition much needed in Mexico, if die accounts of Senlx Anna's force be correct, It will increase the force lo over 20.000 men sufficient it ensure Santa Anna'a defaal, md give t great mi decisive blow to the enemy. General Scott's presence will also lend now vigor i the operations. Our Government ap pears lobe impressed with a sense of the nporlance of making a trong cemorslra- in at once, which will bring the war to a lore. Ltdgtr, A slip from iliu ollice of tht? N. Or leans Picayune; dated Smutty, mv. 22, 11 P. M.. lurnishrs the following par- lieu I us of a Hi ead ful steamboat accident on the Mississippi. 1 he Suliana, Capi. Tuff'', which nr rived this morning from Vickfbnrg. bring the particulars of a terrible nbci - nnl which occurred on the 21yt insii. boil I sfven mile below Nalchrz, in th bend of the river, by which some 20 o) 20 lives were lost and a great number of persons were seven ly scalded. The Sultana, bound down the river, came in contact with the steamei Maria, Cptr T. W. Dunnica; bound ui bout 2 o'clock in the afiemoon, suik nig her just . forward of the wheel hrust and by the violence of the shock broke Ihe connection pipe of the Maria, b) which Ihe chief clerk, Ihe ftcond engi neer end between 25 and SO deck pan engers were scalded, many ol them go vercly that there was no prospect of heir recovery. Tho Maria sunk lo within about two feet of her cabin floor within five min utes after Ihe collision, drowning be twron 25 and SO persons who were on ie lower deck, It is thought thalCapt. Dunnica was drowned, but it la not cer inly known. The cabin passengers wern all saved. The steamboat Talma. Cipt. Ilille, camo down Ihe river soon afipr ih accident, and (onk on hoard the wnun led and conveyed them back to Natchez to be placed in ihe hospital. Th? Stil tana rfmained by the sidp of the wreck till sunrise next morning, ren deriiu every assistance in their pow er. We are unable to furnish n lin of the names of the killed and scalded. Tbe Msria will he a total loss, it i thought. TIib bows oPihe S. were much injured. any other paper published within clilimils. AN A1VIIENTICE, Tn ibo Printing business la wanted at thla 0 (ico. An active boj 15 or 10 year of oj will re ceive (-uou encouragcmcnl, WHEA 1 , of Ihngo who owe him uunn subscription, -lie would also like a few bushels of POTATOES. CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM. The new Constilntinn of New York, has been adopted by a maj irily of 128, 801 vo tersl To us in Pennsylvania, who rocol led with what difficulty our amended con stilutinn of 1838 was carried, this result in New York is mailer of aaonishmpnt. Polling mil of view ihe pmvition in foi the election of the judiciary, tho new hew York constitution, is the most perfect instrument for government, ever flamed has its defects, but they are scarcely worth enumerating, amid abounding rxcllpiir-jcs This is strong language, wo know, but n if entirely justified by the subject. r ne main morn ol tins instrumpni con usts, not in thai which it directs mid enjoins bin in that which it prohibits and prevents e admiie not so much its grants of pow er, na tne extent anu cnaractcr ol Die re strinis it imposes. Its peculiar wisdom is exhibited, nol in jiving, hut in withhold ing. We will eelect a few illuslralions. 1. Tho Legislature is restrained by it from rreaiing a state debt over 81,000.000 exrept by a vote nl two Bcsainns. and by pie approval of the voters of the stale; and even ihon, provision inusi be made, at the time, for its payment. (Not in force esse ol war &c.) 2. 1 lie Legislature is restrained (ram pissing special ac'.s lo crealo banks or other orporatinns, "except municiplo ) Such laws must bn general. 2. -No bill can pasi but by a majority of all ihe members elected to each branch o the Legislature, and the yeas and nay irj every case, on last reading, must bo en tcred on tho journal. ' 4. No piivate or local bill is to embrace more than one subject, and that shall be expressed in ihe title. I 5, I ho Legialalure shall not sell "or tasfi the public works. None of the foregoing provisions are in Ihe constitution of Pennsylvania, ff'o sin cerely wish liey were. such a provia ,on as ihe one first mo.nioned above had wen in our' Pennsylvania constitution, we itnuM not have been saddled wills our 40,- 000 0 00 debt, and subjected lo the inxe and mortifications which lhat debt ries. in produ Coastwise Commerce. Tho coast wise commerce of the United States has greatly increased within a short time, Vessels will enter arid clesr coastwise at the mstom house for Oregon cty, Co lumbla river, as also for San Francisco, Montcrej aud California, bsing voysges of as great extent as any foreign voy age, anil employing Ihe ablest seamen and navigators The other provisions we have quoted, il ihey had been in our Pennsylvania consti tution, would have kept our legislation pop prevented log-rollingi the flood of privale act and special corporation bills with whir.! we, have been cursed; and we should have heard nnihing of lhat mnsi unwise and ru inous proiect tho sale of the Pobln Works. A fruitful source of evil with us, ns sIrIpp and ns an Union, is Excessive Legislation ind this both in subject and extent, One of (hi main and appropriate functions of republican constitution is, io restrain legis laitpn to ereel barriers against the lush of its ever restless and inovating tidnl And as hew dangers to pnpular rights and pubis weiiare arise, it is the duly of a people jealous ol their rights and watchful of their interests, to alter their constitution so ss in meet the threalened ovil, or if it has nlrenily tmlien them, to prevent its recurrence. In a number of important nnlnis.ihe nen- pie of the State of New York have, in their nef constitution, come up to the require ments of this policy. They have dono this Wo, by a vole, indicating no squeamish- A few year, since all , ' n 5,racllcM know Northwest coast or California ulJ v' ' oniw old, they have ..I., i... , . . 1 . . ' euosen lor themselves to ihfir would acareelv W .ir-...i ,u . u. T"' IM,n,8,MI" fundamental Gen, Taylor t, not likelv i, I.. ,,,. wn .... i.. ' .... " ftdaP,e" 10 IuMion and 'nto his rear even .,' " " " iu asBnu, i j-v'iiiij um very iiu 'toBjicrs.' licentiousness and haste of legislation rt' gainst the selfishness of 'wealth iho blun ders of Iho superficial, and the apiistacias of the corrupt. Limitations of power are !m- poard whero lis exercise would be danger nus xir unwise; and who will lint honor them theieforf What Pcnnsj lvanian does nol regret, that our corporation-ridden and debt-ridden slate did not twenty years ago inalio o similar advancement in constitution- al reform? As inalicrs now stand with us, there, is oliimea cause for looking forward to the meeting of our Legislature, with lively ap prehension, It is so now. With a feder al majority in both branches, ivo may ap prehend a renewal of ihe legislation of the (timer era; and we reflect with alarm thai our constitutional leslriciions upon legisla tion aie slight in quarters where evil may be expected E.xc7pt the Veto power now fortunately in firm and honest hands, there Heavy Damages. M ,svNMni4I y of,Louisville, Ky., has ohislnp'a . r dicl of six thousand dollars damages, f r breach of marriage promisp, against., mciclunt of that city named IUyes. Lieut. Morris, who was killed at To hasco, is a son of Commodore Motrin. He was an aid of Com. Conner, and wis cling as a volunleei aid of Com. f Pel ry when ho was killed. The Gale on the Lukes. Tho gale on lake Erie appears not to have ex tended br-yonil Cleveland casl of that place 2 steamboats ond 17 other vessel wero wrecked. lli ally's Powder Mill?,' about ei-ht miles from 3 , il i more, on iho Susque hanna Rii'road, wjs blown up on Mon. dav the 23d. uli. with a most terrific . is scarcely a cotisiiiutioiiHl obstruciintC to plosion. Five men were blown to at- prevent the rasl. and reckless creation of om. nn, ,ir(!0 3riie l.uMdmn 70 vrd. corporation bobbles all over Iho state; theLpari, beloncinc io (ho esiablifhoiem. bloating of our bank currency; and 'Iho a- were sf altered over a space 0r ten acres, lientr-ion of slate properly to purpose ff The quantity of Powder in tho mill ex. privale gain. cer-ded two tons. All the Innldin,,. The day will come, when tho whole- .,,. 4 ... . . . ,, . . ... "miiiii siisiu isi w iirxis ui iliu 11 Ills) HI Its) in- nmn rsnnalilnitntiul rufurma nf Nam Vatr if,, , , i i i , every direction, were more or un nl nllifsr alnlnii tkill In i si i mi nl 1 id ill V IIHIIMJIIUIU lllllll , Pennsylvania and made a part of Hip funda- J"rt;t meniai .aw. .vo iruai mat U.r.l tiny is ni ear. ThouMiiil- of Rear. rn c,, very far duta.it. For one, w, ahull hall . , -r. Nlirll. jm,,,;,,,,.,. aij llU.,lo. 1,1. l. I 11 ' " 1 ' ImalMfip Ihpir ivav rrnrn tin, Al luatdainn. B J - THE ORIiOON QUESTION. bolloms lo iho hills in search of loot), The Pennsulvunian has just concluded Tba fPorfin5cn of Hernando aud Pano a series of articles upon tho Oregon question 13 atB oul 1,1 11111 "engin uier Ihcrn. Iiarliriil!ir1( in nluliiii In iI.a ..Til.. I i'-wMfaaa w in fosauwu nr tv tUIIUULI If I r - - , . . . . . ,. , , ,, o o .... Fif'y ships are now loading at New Administration and ihe U. S. Senate. The . .. . , , exhibit, in a clear light, .he unwise poei- tk w.mi p.ov...di.i. i..r t,..s..ni.lw lion which a niaiorhv cf the Senmnr. .a. no lonBcioch rood of (-.ootid maintaii.s Jlimpll Hint llin rKlnnliinuiiiia iin.r.nnu n.liinl. IOIS man. ...... u i .... .,(w ... . u v .. . l.l.a IIIIIUIIII. -1 1.11.111 .!.:. .....! .1 I ... , . , . , . I J " - - ...... ...... ..... ... , .V negntia-.ion. t.ngianti nan nor preiensiont. r . . ., ., ,, . . . . . b , ljUt UII Mr. Henry bmnh, on inter- Id litis tn I Irmrin .nnfiit iinnn iln linn i .hnf?,nnIP. ...., rL oM.. h,risll,8 mil,er of Le uy 111 " cou,"y .i. .i - i. i i .i i ir sent six barrels of the choices! stinei fin o lllfln Sim MAM niMI lirnpil flinn. Imraoir In I .nv ofihii rn.omt.itnn. t,Pin ... r. .1.-. GennoMeo n"r' manulaclurci at his ' b I II I tXft.il I M ... subject. Snetcbesof Senators in defence ae-uann, rtionroe county, io of the Rnglish claim went over to England. QUeen Victoria, and for which, in' duo by every vessel thai left our ports, dining a ,,me 1,0 'eccived from her Mj-sty Iho period af months; and thoso speeches ion comfortaLIc little sum of th ce thousand were backed by votes indicating that they dollars. The fiiur svas put up in high- expressed the benlimenis of a mjoriiyof My finished bsiral., nea'ly varnished, iu- iho benale. Wtat could bo expected un- closed in sark. and forwarder! direct lo ler such oijrruinsiances, with the Senate, a the Queen a London, Thi fortunate part of the treaty making power, committed experiment upon tho apnetila of Royal. acainst any claim by the U. S. north of the y scf8 (0 laVo. suiied lu-r M-j-suAi -19 ill deerre? Whv iust this: lhat Unnlaivl : ' o -ipuiaic po uiceiy, mat in otnuiion to tno wuuiu duiBiruti iiuMing norm ui iiibi para.. .mnla remiinprnlinn for hi. H, hi a,Ve. ll I .1... . I.-.:..!. 1 , ' , . , , lure, he has rcceolly received an order forced lo abandon to England a goodly por- ,. . , , , ,. , ,, . r,, , ., . ,. , b, . ,. direct from London, lot three thousand linn nl llin tnrri Inrn in ltmA It 1.(1. ' iil v i iliu twinuij III UICJIUIO II 10 UIIIII PI t ..Is . I . . I t r ii u c ui iliu i ii u aJW C bUl l 1 U to nondllul a (1 scussmn ivilh n inrrionl . t I. ..I.- i. i. i . . .i . . . i i mr. i,ii. . o,n ,ii:,i,r u..m wiiicu ne uas prompiiv lorwaiueu- the very subject of dispute, Hut tho OtcA atltVict ('N Y'J T'es' gon difficulty is disposed of; and wo onl) nope mat we win reap Horn it, voino in. iruclion for the.JJiiure, Biave nnginuer. The following is an extract of a letter received BtWasli ington fiom the Gulf Squadron: 'The steamer Pelrila, ceplured insido Senator McDufiie has sent in his res grtaiion to ihe Governor of South ciro of Ihe bar al Tbjc6,-iij ihe Champion 'na. His heahh will not iuslifv him I bus 1 1 in New Yolk in 1635. Upon in holding his seal. II? says, in bn her arrival ofT the town of Tobasco,' aod 'eller of resignation, lhat he only enter during ihe attack, il beenmo necssarry d the Senate in ihe hope of reslorinu I lo repack her cylinder piston, and this he compromise act, and did not intend operation (the cylinder being abovo 'o remain afler that gieal question should deck) was performed by D. B. Mjrlin, be adjusted upon principles of equal and fits! asjinlanl engineer of the steamer constitutional laxaiion. Mississippi, fwlto liad been sent on 'Relieving Ih3t object to have been board) under a continued firo of musket ubia ilially accomplished, by ihe rev ry, Ihe Mexicans thinking lhat if ihey vnuo act of last session, and that ihe in could kill the engineers Ihey would ereasing blessing? of free trade, which deslroy ihe usefulness of iho vessel.' we see now in nronress. front ihe almnM .,. . ,., . Kailroau Mailers All the contracts uuiriii ; Humous ui uiu iwo greairs' . .. . ' ' r llnr hllllitinrr llin M w V.,.1- nn.X lil. eommerrial nalinna in ll, ,t.nrl,l ,ill ' ' s V . ' Ifiinit In Tllllfllittmrtltin urn lrttir nl n tvtltl!rrt 1 ( tf tit . . I'Miu iu WIIILIinilllMUit OIU IUIH III III II IMMIX'll (1 1 1 1 1 1. r III nfnn.'L iKL. ..... r..1.. .1 " ' II HI'IrUBflUiriU HIIV Url( I V t lit II L It . .1 .1 . fill " w "IM wren ci y iro iv i .... r , , rti.. nnnnnn a forlunaitly accomplished, I feel thai 1 , his rute. 80.000.000 would comnle.-e tho . .i. . , . i . .i may ciaim ,e privilege oi Mepariing in road lo Dunkirk. peace' from the turmoil of political life wi houl violation any duly of patriotism Equipment for the War. TheGov. and leaving the country, I trust in Ihe ernur o l"nR.vl vanU has leneiveil n letter midst of a lonu career of nrosnerllv ' ",u W"J,B0 i"-pir.i..env ai vaj!v i iniiwii, iiipwi uiiiig 1 1 1 iii mat inu luiicivvr A Monument to the gallant Tennes IMR equipments have beort directed lo ba spans who fell at Monterey is about to 1,6,11 ln "ani""8 t PinMiurgh for the rcg e nrecled by the people of n isd ville. "n,'n' nruereu Irnm this State; Wm. Strictland, the able architect, ha. 080 muikoti, National Armory, with ap l I a . rntnich.,1 . .to.:.... .k: i. ...:ii o penuages complete; non-commisioneu ""tn, rlliun 1VIII BO, , EOty Thn ,l,ni,. hoi,.!!. ...tn i. Pif , woru, rnusiciona aworus.BDu w - ,w mwiw MblU I UIU UD 111 I . i rV,.r. Th.n.n,..f.i,.'.i.i. iJms lnhnUy accoutrements, complete, 40 " wtlllWPIOIII UlUILILJIIh n . . . ... , , , ,. U V. olhcers swurd neltt, with doublo i.cr.uco upon ,e a .(, as wen as upon for nf compBnicfi(.24 N. 0, ",c l""'8'- olllcerfi' swnrd helm, with ainr-la frnna for - " o . O " principal mnslcians, musicians ofcompap. ed guilty of murder in Hip '" aml N' ' 6,a'J'25-300 luuske caS" been dt-rlared first degree, for killing his aged moll. 1,7C 1U8k er, in oilier lo avoid the expense of Fifty four tons of poultry Cor thanka maintaining her. Surelv thai smur I ftivincr iluv ivnrit cunt nrra iKn nn.inrt n&nis. bxnerienee linn imialii i)im iJin r.r.i 'pi... I . . . .. . : . . 6 "'i ""I1"' 1 1,0 tool, pipci- anil i'rovitlence Ha roai on Saturday f'urw' "u ,ne ",ve d0,ie l0 pfin,"' C.swford county, Indiana,, week from Rhode Island.