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nut J A M ES ; R. :M OR RIS, f - i i ii v . - . i . ii . y ',- . , . - . ? i '.r r:.' v. ,. ' - . .. W '' u I iL.'!A'A;A J L ; tsv ' i'i :i;i:"'J L i.rv .). : -'tjf. Mill)' U.- - In,.' ;--.' ' . , . - : . v ..-.., : , ...I , ; 1 ' . ' ' ' - , - - 1 ' iii ii . . . - I .-in i iw n. mTi cTai tmn or Democmact bpoblUtd trtrj . Baturdty at tht followio ntei: fiOO V L ; If ptyment b delayed until 3ftr thrfttIrtlon 6f the ve.f. f 1 5 ' ' IM- No Ctoer will bl diacontinued. nioinl ( .. option of tht editor, until ll wrewa are pA ;; i -.T 9 All commaaicatioiM lent by mail must ia llqatipaldy'yvVt i- rrn j. ,7 i!ui.V I rWOODSFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY i, 1847. .J . terms of advebtisin,; Jdertiemenlt inaerted at SO canta par agwra, (fourteen linea or leu,) for tha firat iuaartiM( aod 16 dU for each aubaequent jnaertion. , OiHigCol. umo ooa month $7 00. Three mootha f MAis montha$15. Twelve moatha $21. ,'a ; Of every deecriptjon neatly and ipediualy No. '7 J exected tae office of the 'Spirit of Dcecnyy;' ana reaioaaoie pncea, ; v ? ; t J( fi . v t ! American maci. oierreu.wnonaacnarsoithhnis. awh.ft i;..k..:..:...'.L i- -L. . . 1 . . . ' 11 : . . .. - pretendedthat every thlntf wa.Wh - H thi.mom.nt, i JOHPH B0DMAW PKAKC. When freedom from her mountain heichl v -., Unfurl'd her aUndard to tha air, j ., 6ha tore tha azure robe of night, j . a eet ner atara or glory there. r,f. erf She min(led with ita gorgeoua dyea ., The milky batdrio of the akiea. ' ahu uippra in pure, ceiaaiiai wniie, : With'atreakinga of the morning light; ; rt Then from hie mansion in the aun '. ' ttie called her eagle bearer down ' And gave into hia mighty band ' 'Tha eymbol of her chosen land. I I'.". H,:i , I v C .if. i . . Majealio monarch of the cloud, i ,M -Who rear'at aloft thy regal form, ,, ; , To bear the tempest trumping! loud . ' ; ( And see the lightning lancee driven, When atrive the warriors of the storm, f And rolls the thundir-drum of heaven,' t-'hild of tha aun 1 to .thee 'tis givea , To guard the banner of the free, . To hover in the sulphur smoke, ' To ward away the battle-stroke, And bid its Mendings shine afar. Like rainbowa on the clouda The harbingers of victory I enaeavonng to gain cur flank. , Three II arrived uppn the field. :J Thft Mistii- piscea oiwapi. Washington' battery sippi regiment had been directed to bad been detached to the left, and the left before reaching the pomion, were suppoted by the iccond Indians and immediately carne into action a- regiment. An occasional shell was gainst , the Mexican , infantry which thrown by the enemv into this Dart of had turned onr flnnk. Tha o,i ir . Headquarter, Army of Occupation, J our fine, but without effect. The ker- tucky regiment and a section of artil Aeua Nueva, March 6th 1847. mishingof the light troops was kept ud lerv under CaDtain Brarrr. h.l n. l. ci . T l , . I a :n- i " . ... . I . . . . do f.w..- younger barrister, fond of a -praciical." extract from the : r ght to and not much afraid of the bench. tr. : "1 ' 7 r w,cu l?n V" 0Pe1 .n? in.e " '"u ' OT.WMW V"n.VUiceo. w w. ; our leu, and arrived at, f.rr.j n .;i: T"" VT T,"u:",,"'uM. lorces uoaer my command which resul- KJKLffi r": ;V.Ml,.nnH HMy H Please yoSr honor "said the wV..7 g upwuBunnKingpoui prosecuting attorney, "the man is re in a country tavern-.t Will quite an: eularly indicted for stealing a large sum ewer our purpose to state, that some- from the Columbus Hotel." , ..' "ci iu. mo icizion oi midnicht. ilia I ' nui h l j. Judge winded , bis very. ,Jslw way ''He pleads guilty, but drunk.", , ' towards his temporary house., About , The Judee was now fullv aroused. me, time ne was paying, however, some ."Guilty, but drunk! that is a most Official Despatches. ' ; GENERAL TaTLOR'S 'DETAILED RE ;PORT OF THE BATTLE OF BUENA VISTA-. la' la . ' lerred an terret's, silver spoons into the Judge's coat pocket. ;i , : , .It was eicht o'clock on Mondav morning that the Judge rose. ; Having indulged in the process of ablution, and partaken of a cheerful i and ; refreshing oreaKiai, ne went to nis room to pre pare himself for the duties of the day. ; Yes, sir." ,. Where did you get your liquor?", ,At Sterretts.", , . ,j, ,-, -,. ,"U'ye get none no where else?" "JNotadrop, sir.'f,,, j mvrnAmrMattH RrkixK !. I rlltlfl AffHV UTAH jl ha rr Ha KaIawa U . I M M, . mi IIJ bVIIIIIIIUU YIIIILII I HUI- I " "vn nvmg Ira gnu. USIVII IUI UIUII VUUUI IUJIB 111011101.' 1 lilt tl. ted in the engagement of Buena Vista, morning, and returned with the Mis. I ment, and a portion of the 1st! Illinois. the reoccupation of this position. ; dragoons to Saltillo. . The troops bi- enemy, and recovered a portion of the The information which reached me vouacked without fires, and laid upon ground we had lost. The batteriee of of the) advnnnit anA rnnnantrntinn nF a their arms. A hnHHv rf rnvalrv nma nintnini SLmin ,nJ . ? . rXou got drunk , on his Jiquor, and heavy Mexican force in mv front, had strong, had been yisible aU day position on the . platau, and did much . atterwards stole his money?", . . . M assumed ' such a probable 'form, as to in rear of the town, having entered execution, not only in front, but Dartic ' :i iiuuuuo a BDeciui examination iar ne-1 u' voiey mroun a nags easi 01 me 1 uianv UDon. ma masses Ahirh hart ; wen, rony," said he to (us wife, . "ir. i rosecmor, said the Judge, do yond the reach of our pickets to ascer- city. This cavalry commanded by edourrear. Discovering that theen "I feel much better than I expected to me Jlie ,avor to enter a nolle prosequi tain its correctness. A small party of Gen. Minon, had evidently been thrown emy was heavily pressing upon - th feel after that frolic last night." : " that man's case. ;That liquof of Texan ni(. iinrfar Mninr MniilUrh I in Our rear to break im nnri harrnaa I Misuissinni nim.n ih. 4J far' ' 1 MAhJuge" saJ "he reproachfully, Sterr mean enough to make a was despatched to the Hacienda of En- our retreat, and perhaps make some regiment, under Col Lane, wailde ofwar ' "you are getting too bid: you ought to man do any th,ng dirty. ) I got drunk ncarnation, 30 miles from this, on the attempt against the town if practicable, spatched to strengthen, that part f our ;ii;wii inuv uuBiiicss. ' nmjimf in. y(H uuy, tu lUIO uu I TOUl 10 Dun JL.UIS 1 ' Fiag of the brave! thy folds shall fly, ..The sign of hope and triumph high, , When speaks the signal trumpet tone. And the long line comes gleaming on. .,u.'.Ere yet the life-blood warm and wet, Hae dimm'd the glistening bayonet, TEach soldier eye shall brightly turn, j-.';.,' . T where thy aky-born glories burn: , And aa his springing steps advance, ' Catch war and vengeance from the glance. ' And when the cannon-mouthings loud .. Heave-inwild wreathe the battle-ehroud, And gory sabres rise and fall' :., . ' Like shoots of flame on midnight's pall; Then shall thy meteor glances glow, And coweriog ioes shall sink beneath , . V Each gallant arm that strikes the blow That lovely messenger of death. '"'"'') Flag of the sees! on ocean wave .Z Thy itara ahall glitter o'er the brave; When death, careering on the gale, Sweeps darkly round the bellied aail, .(xc And frighted wavea rush wildly back Before tha broadside's reeling rack, . Each dying wanderer of the sea .tiJri' "i $n" once 1 heaven and thee, .And smile to see thy splendors fly . - , A ' In triumph o'er hia closing eye. ;' 1 Flag of, die free heart's hope and home I 4 By angel hands to valor given; ' - Thy atara have lit the welkin dome,' " ,: 'And all thy hues were born in heaven. ' Forever float that atandard sheet I r -Where Uvea the toe but falls before us it With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, lAod Freedom's banner waving o'er us? ' i r"''' :' " '' ' ' '. ' .. . -v From the Cincinnati Sunday Newe. Practical Jokes $ Bad Liquor. , lt is well known fact that often- 'Ah, Polly what's the use bf talk Sterretes spoons. Release the prison er, par. onenn.. ,, i adjourn the couru ing.' It was at this precise instant of time. .nut mo juugc, naving on n is overcoat, was proceeding, according to his Usual Potosi.had reported a The city was occupied by four excel-1 line, which formed a crotchet r.m.o. . . i . . ...... . . i . . .. i r-- cavalry lorce ot unknown strength at Ien' companies oi linnoise volunteers Idicuiar to the . first line of battle.-; At that place. On the 20th of February a under Major Warren of the 1st regi-1 the same time Lieut. Kilburn, With a stronsr reconnoissance under Lieut, ment. A field work which command-1 piece of Capt. Eragg's batterv. was At. Col. May was despatched to the Ha- ed most of the approaches, was garri- reeled to support theinfantry there en- CUSIOm. 1(1 mv hl vuia a nirlin. Iriam I .L r V V j i ("'""6 ttioa, ine ionowing iiory: -a piatn iarmer, i nuvumi uaun that he happened, in thrusting his hand Richard Jackson by name, was aoore- Encarnation. The result of into his pocket, to lay hold of Sterrett's hended. during the revolutionary war peditions left no doubt that the ..-' , The reward of Intecrritv. The aiinals if American War .record enda of Heclionda, while Major Mc- soned by Capt. . Webster's company, gaged. The action was for a long time uauuu vi i j , uuv HijuDu mui ft v i vimiuii ouswucu ah iiiafc .poillv-iQ0 these ex- pound howitzers, while the train and enemy making several efforts, both enemy headquarter camp was guarded by two with infant and cavalry asainst our under such circumstances as proved I was 10 larl?e orce at incarnation un-J companies Mississippi rinemen under j line, and being always repulsed with beyond all doubt, his purpose of join- aer ine orders oi General Santa Anna, apt. uogers, ana a neid piece com- neavy toss. . i bad placed all the regu- ing the king's forces an intention and that he meditated a forward move- manded by Capt, Shover, 3d artillery. Iar cavalry and Capt. Pike' squadrott which he was too honest to deny, ac- nient . and attack upon our position. Having made these dispositions ior of horse under the orders of Brevet cordinglyhewasdeliveredoverto the ' As the Camp ofAgua Nueva could tne protection of the rear, I proceeded Lieut. Col. May, with directions to hold high sheriff, and committed to the coun- be turned on either flank, and as the n. tho morning of the 23d to Buena m check the. enemj's column, still ad- tvjail. The prison was in such a state enemy's forcd was greatly superior to Vista, ordering forward all other avail- vancing to the rear along the base ; of that he might have found little difficul- our own, particularly in the arm of cav- able troops. , Jhe action had com- the mountain, which was done in. coh-i ty in escaping; hut he considered him- airy, I determined, after much consid- menced before my arrival on the field, junction with the Kentucky and Ari self in the hands of authority, such as eration, to take up a position about " During the evening and night of the kansas cavalry under Cols.. Marshall it was, and the same principle of duty eleven miles in rear and there await 22d the enemy had thrown a body of an! e" In the meantime our left," which led him to take arms, mado him the attack. The army broke up its light troops on the mountain side, with which was still. strongly threatened by equally ready toendure the consequen- camp and marched at noon on the 21st, the purpose of outflanking our left; and superior force, was further strength-' ces.- After lying there a lew days, he encamping at the new position a little it was here that the action of the 23d eDea by .the. detatchment of Captain: applied to the 1 Sheriff for leave to go in front of the Hacienda oi Buena Vis- commenced at an early hour.' Our ri- ragg'8 and . : portion of Capt. Sher out and work by day, promising that ta. With a small force I proceeded to flemen under Colonel Marshall, who man's batteries, to that quarter. v Th he would return regularly al night. Saltillo to make some necessary ar- had been reinforced by three eompa- concentration of the artillery fire upon' Hia fVinrntMAr fnr aimnU infocrrilv vvaa rarifmenta for thft Ae.fene.tt of tha Inwn. nies under Maior Trail. 1A lllinain vnl. the masses ofthe enemv aIodo- the h M know very weV Polly.' I. was so well known, that permission was leaving Brig. Gen. Wool in the imrae- unteers, mantained the ground hand- of .the mountain, and the determined' ry drunk when I ''cTrol' hdme,"vas'nt given without hesitation, and for eight diate command of the troops. I somly against a greatly superior force I resistance offered by the two regiment V ' fmonths Jackson went out every day o I Before those arrangments were J holding themselves under cover, and 1 opposed to them, had created confu Why, Judge, you know 'your old llnhnr. nnA ne Hulv rtame back at niVht. I co mole ted on tha morninc of tha 951. iusintr tlmir wearjons with AenAv nffent. I sion in their ranks, and soma nf il.., habit when you get among those law- J In the month of "May the Sheriff pre-1 1 was advised that the enemy was in I About 8 o'clock a strong demonstra-1 corPs attempted to effect a retreat onT pared to conduct him to Springfield sight, advancing. Upon reaching the tion was made against the center of on tne,r main line of battle. :'?;;.". . .-r f where he was to be tried for high ground it was found that his cavalry our position, a heavy column mooving The squadron of the 1st dragoons, un- ; treason. Jackson said this would be advance was in our front, having along the road. This force was soon er Lieut. Rucker, was now ordered' needless trouble and expense. His marched from Encarnation, as we have dispersed by a few rapid and weil di- UP e deep ravine which these retreat-! . i , i . i . ..i i .i , .jt-r 'iV.. .. : : . .. word was once more taiten ana ne tei since learaea, at ii o ciock on me aay reciea snots irom captain vvashinc-l '"S euros were enoeavonns to crone. s spoons. Ke jerked them out. . With an expression of . horror almost inde scribable, he exclaimed-- :v' "My God! Polly!" ;;:!! ' ' "Whaton earth's the matter, Judge f "Justlook at these spoons!" MDear me, where d'ye yet them?" ! "Get them? ' Don't y6u see the in- itials on'' them?" extending them to- waras ner 'j stole them." " 'Stole them, Judger' ' ' ' ' wYe?, stole them." ' ' ' "My dear husband, it can't be nossi- ble! From whom?" f 1 "From Sterret. over there his name is on them." 11 -: ' '.' !1 " " 1 : -' '. "Good Heavens! how could it hap- I M . - . "I penr' "I very IF yers?' "But was I very drunk?5; ; "Yes, you' was." "! .!."':"';:".V.'; "Was I remarkably drunk when goi nome, Mrs. urownr' I whetherthe i liquor or the joke has done be mean enough to be guilty of delib- Interview Jackson owed his ; escape, tious ravines extends far back towards the mischief,, we are not called upon erate larceny."., ;: ;?: 0: , ;v' ; ; " when,: having been found guilty and the mountain which bounds the valley, just now to determine. .-We propose to "But there may be some mistake, condemned to death, application was The features ofthe ground were such as make mention ot an aflnir where bad Judge!"' ; '; L t '. liauors and a nractical loke were tiro-l uiUn mLtol. 'PJl.r'- T UJ.u ii.ku Lj : j - . - j l.i.ri rh.' .r.n-i,:u l:. :.r..i. l L I1 """'I v" i ivi; I eviOeuCe anu Bfiuivui: ntie Diaicu, I w iu sucuijr, nunc ins luiauiiy ductive ot the very best consequences wel. haw it all came about. That feUkn id. nrasirlonr nnt ihft nneatiort I nould not ' derive all tha flrlvniitno'Afl of . mree pieces oi iigni artillery under I ea lo concentrate on our extreme left. 1; . the orders of Capt. O'Brien Brigadier apparently with the view of making a 1 i General Lane being in the immediate descent upon the hacienda of Buena - fYes, Judge, drunk as a fool, and for- off alone, to present himself for trial previous,and driving in amounted force jington's battery. In the meantime I ia ot&er 10 charge and disperse therrf.1 iy times as siupia. ; , and certain condemnation. " un tne leu at Agua liueva to coyer tne remo- me enemy was concentrating a large ne squadroned proceed to the point5 "I thought so," .said the Judgej drop- way he was overtaken in the woods val ol public stores. Our troops were force of infantry and cavalry under cov- indicated, but could not accomplish the) ping into a chair in extreme despon- by , Mr. Edwards,-a member of the in position occupying a line of remark- er ofthe ridges, with the obvious in- object, being exposed to a heavy "firs dency "1 knew; it would come to that council of Massachusetts, which at able strength. The road at this point tention of forcing our left, which was (rom a hattery established to cover th at last. I have alwavs thoucht that ihn lim'a wna th : Rimrmfl exenntivA becomes a narrow defile, tha vnlev on nested on nn evtenaiva nlntmi. Th oj retreat of thosn inm. Wmi. . ? k.i, ...u:i ii-j I . :.- ' .. '""'"r. r--- '"v-.. ::'.7. . r --- ..-... - i , ------ ---r- ..u..0 ujw iu...wuriilunju,ci wiin;iii miisu wmeiDing oao wouia nappen me mail 0f the 'State.'" This gentleman' asked its ngni Demg rendered quite imprac- moianaand 2d Illinois regiments formed squaaron was detatched on this servif- t practical, and that liquor Which IS 1 1 should da : something verv wron? kin. ...klihor Ua who aninal (Tn I ticahle fomrtillarv hv a svatom nf im. this nartof our lin. the fnrmar nAr;nia laree bodv of th nam ' M J1 Mh.I ' hau. k..n nfAilil.liv. . nf I I. Ill I I t -! l . . . .. ..... I I I n I M .1 r I.I f 1 . .... .0J. . . v. . Km oimieuouy in a uiouieiii oi passion Spnngheld, sir, was the answer, io i passiote guiues, wnne on me leu a sue exceedingly evil consequences; 'but perhaps: I never imagined that i could I be tried lor mv life." : To this casual cession of rugged ridges and precioi son owed his ' escape, nous ravines extends iar oack towards general Lai command. In order to bring his men v ista, where our train and harm.-. within effective range, General Lane were deposited. Lieut. Col. Mav r-jordered the artillery and 2d Indiana j ordered to the support of that point, ,H I ..ivimftnf r..Ht..J 1-.L. ...Ill I I uritk t tar n n n - C ... Cy 1 - . iigiiu.ut ivinmui' 111a uriiuery au- I " ,k" mw pieuea wi apu onermfln ' vanced within muakat ranora nf a h.n I batterv under Tjnnt. RvnnU. i v. A- ... ,, .... 1 , , 1 . -iw . f """-( r"-T . ' " 17 :. , v ' . . . . . o 1 . ...... : Z o j . : . " j ( iu uio iiMBiuauio. -.v .... 1. - ,v - 1 low oterreti Keeps tne meanest sort oi whether pardon should be granted.-- its numencar superiority, in this posi- oody ot Mexican intatry, and was ser- mean time the scattered force aw."- Many.years ago, while the btate ol liquor, and always did liquor mean U1 Was opposed by the first speaker; tion we prepared to receive him; Capt ved against it with great effect, but the hacienda, composed in part of Ma-' Georgia was yet in its infancy, an ec- enough to make' a man do any sort of the case, he said, was perfectly clear; Washington's batery (4th artillery) was without its being able to check its ad- jors Trail and Gorman's commands '' centra creature named Brown, was a mean thing., . have always said it the act was unquestionably high trea- posted to command the road, while the vance. The infantry ordered to its had been to lome extent organized Oaa" oris i oi ,.rta Circuit Jadgea. ' He was a was mean enough to make a man steal, son,'" and the1 proof "complete; and if 1st and, 2d Illinois regiments under support had fallen back in disorder, be- der the advice ef Major Munroe, chief r man ol considerable ability, of inflexi- and now 1 have a practical illustration mercy was shown in this case, he saw Colonels Hardin and Bissell, each eight ing exposed, as well as the battery, f artillery, with the assistance of Mai."'-1 We integrity, and much beloved and of the fact!" and the poor old man no cause why it should not be granted companies, (to the latter of which was not only to a severe fire of small arms Morrison, volunteer staff, and ! wer reapectedVby all the legal -profession; burst into teafs.'; 1 ' ; in 'every other. ' Few governments attached Capt. Connor's company of trom the front, but also to a murderous posted to defend the position. Beforo '' but he had one common fault. His so- : .Don'f'beMi' oh'IId,?:' aaid '.the wile, have understood how just and politic Texas volunteers,) and the 2d Ken- cross fire of grape and canister from a our cavalry had reached the hacienda, ' cial qualities would lead him, despite wiping away the tears;, "go hke a man it is lobe merciful; this hard-hearted tucky under Col. McKee, occupied the Mexican battery on the left. Captain that of the enemy had made its attack! hrtjudgment, into frequent excesses. over to Sterrett tell him it was a lit- opinion accorded with the temper of crest of the ridges on the left and in O'Brien found it impossible to retain having, been handsomely met' bv the in iraveiiingine circuit, n was nis av- tie bit of a frolic pass it off as a'loke tha'kim-. and was acouiesced in bv the rear; ' The Arkansas and Ken- his position without support, but wa Kentucky and Arkansas caval 'I . . , mi i v v i . . i . . i . i i i . . ..i . . . . . I-..I- k .. ... .. J imenis oi cavairy, command- omy aoie 10 wunoraw two ot his pie- lV01, wiarsnau and' x ell. .The Mexi larta lW'Sar a aa l ll.l t ft. a IJ I . xeu ana ti. Marshall, oc- ces. an ine norsesana tne cannoneers CBQ column immediately divided, on extreme la ft near tha hnanlof the third nier.A hfiincr lrilUd nr I DOltion sweanini: hv th J.n.t . - - , . .. i . r - a- 4 . I ' I VI uciniii l"K i'i vf ' m w.... u. . . 1 i -- " - g . " o v. uia I, r O J vuui. -TU61V - roon upon such occasions.- Ifheeoold nt ated , upon the Judge as such things ated the' story of Jackson's singular of the mountain, while the lndianna bled. : The 2d 1 Indianna ' regiment, received a destructive fire from lhe ' ' i, I t k r t uauauy ao; nis ezireme ,mo.mncauon derhearior, and wbar had passed e-pngade, unaer ungaaieruenerai i.ane, wnicnnaa iauen DacK' as stated, could'oree wnicn naa collected there, and -;I 'nook, the members of- the bar- would was finally subdued. "and over to S'ter. I iUm ';n'ri ohd. ' Pnr:ih comnosed of the 2d and Id reeimenta not be rallied, and took no further nrf I then eaininff tha mountain nnni. a I ' ' I 1 ' " ' i i i . f ( , t I kll VVU 1B V 11 Ml" i w v 1 . & W 7 - - V SB - vhi wf um. . IrettV he went with atolerable Tape. honor of Massachusetts and of humantunder' Cols 'Bpwelt and Lane, 'the in the action, except a handful of men, der a fire from Lielit, Reynold's section. . . ' , J wai nie at- tie bit ol a frolics-pass it offas a joke the times, and was acquiesced in by the rear, ' most invariable habit, the night before rg0 and open court, and nobody will one member after another; till it came tucky regim opening the courV to get "comfortably ever think of it again." ,;; Mr.' Edwards turn to speak. . Instead ed by CoTs.' corned, by meant of appliances com- ! A Tittle of the sootbing system oper- of delivering his opinion, ha simply re- cupied,the roon iition anr.K noons ion a If knrnnM'nt .i.j Ui'i-j. .l' . . . ... o- , s .i f ' . , , .r.LiV-.:. generally turn in and help him. 'It was in the spring1 of the vear. I Of course he had but little diffimltv in ii.. . iu'n tnimA 'A naa. Thkmg his Wife a model of a woman J settling with him for aside . from ,the ken its effect by one' of those dry legal iu ii vi wajm ui uiu-iaBiiiuneuf oui i iai .iiiai iiiQ aiuage s laiegruv iwa3 unremarks. which like a blast m the det '! ' a Ma ar-v a . a . a I .1 .' Mississippi rinemen under uoi. uavis. who, unaer us gaunni uoionel.Bowe Is. wo remaining portion regaining tha bate the squadrons of the 1st and td under joined the Mississippi regiment, and j of the mountain on our left. In th Capt. Steen and Lieut. Col May, and did good service, and those fugatives I charge at Buena Vista, Col. Yell fall ii vuS -viqu-aii, no juuiuccu oome quesuunauip, ne naa an iniciing tn tne ert wither the heart they reach. The me iigni oauenes oi iapis. onerman wno, bi a iaier penoa in me day, as- g"uu ai nw neaa or nis regiment; -forty' miles' and reached a village where joke that had been played The Judge council began to hesitate and When a and Bragg. 3d artillery, were held in listed in defending the train and depot we also lost Adjutant Vaughan, of tha eoiirt was to be opened the next day. took his heat in court; but. it was. ob- member ventured to say that such a reserve. . At It oclockl received from at Buena Vista. 1 This portion of our Kentucky cavalry a young officer f It waf along in the evening of Sunday served that he was sad and melancholy, man certainly ought not to be : sent to General Santa Anna ' a srmmons to line having given way, and the enemy much promise. ' Lleot. Col; May, who wheri he arrived at the place and took and that his mmd frequently wandered the gallows, , a natural' feeling of hu- surrender, at discretion, which with a appearing in overwhelming force a- had been: rejoined 'by the aquadron of - UP qdhrters with a relation' of his bet- from' the business be (ore him. " Th of mv renlv. 1 have nlmnrlv I ramst our left flank, tha linht trnnm I the 1st dragoons and bv nnrtmn. f tUm. .......... r..r - r. . . . . ir . I .. . " . .r i.. . ,.. '.. . . " terVhalf," by whom the presence of the Was a lack ' of the1 sense and Intelli omciat aigmiary was considered a sin-Jgence'l gular honor. After supper had been I proceed 'lack 'of' the' sense and Intelli- pardon was immediately made' out." transmitted. ' The enemy stilt 'that Usually'1 cbatacfinzed his Sharpe's London ' Mdscmmi ' ' , his attack, evidently waiting (dingi.7'!i.;f i' r ... i", ' ';V arrivalof his rear columns whl Gehtlemen,w said? the - Judge. 'tis he put qorf e n 'fohg (time' since we have eh-1 1 GuiltjV', forbore which had rendered such good service Arkansas and Indiana trobns unrlar for , the on the mountain ' were compelled to I Lieut. Colonel Roane and 1 Major Gor nhlnh oinnM I withrtrnw. wtiiRh thav Hirl. fnr ihn mncf I man. now ann'roanhfll tha ha Alr kA E' V t Ti II I . I I O I , , ;f I ,i:..- . I ' ; - I --r I " - ' w. .... - ...w. w V.114 . j J " I ..ftB. a - ' , ' .ft.. ftftftft. V, UV taten. Judge Brown Strolled over td the I Several dava rmaurd nwir. am! tni I CA' Rw.rtT.iiir' Vryfii IIIia' "W1 fnvl- I ha diatinrttlv aean hv onr loi.lr.nuta' n I nart. in poor! order.' Man v. howAirAr Imountainr holdintr in 'rhlr ih .nka 111 oniy'taVerri Jin1 the;' town,' where he jbuintss ofthe5 court was drawing to and fragile flower fair and 'delightful they approached the field." A demon- were not rallied: until 'they reached flank ofthe enemv, upon whose mastv f Ji , J. " I . vBiioia iv um " i viwob,. wucu , sue morning a rougn- to iook upon, .raiqiea oy a master i sirunon mtae on ins leu causea me 10 ' uopo oi uueua v iaia, 10 mo ae-i"0i iu uie narrow gorges ana "r oy.,mP6fto! j9rbfes8ionpl I loolinj;' iort bf tustoirier' wi airrain hand, we Witch its colorings "with ajdetach'the 2d Kentucky regiment and fence of, which they ' afterwards con-J ravines, our artillery waa doing fearfol business, and Who were BtfMrlt: ela4Moria''o)irWiif kteaItnr&Ab'Aftarl'tha tnrlar'rarrard tvaWni. It with Waatai section of artillery to our rmht. in tributed.' ' 7 ' J ' r I execution.' ' '- ' Xi: r -sao: tdWeethjmi'V'if' .t'.:',"-'?;1 'Icltirk nadread'the iridietrnkrit a- hirri. affaAtiniwwAiiIrl rmar it td our r.ho'rri. Iwhich nosition thev bivouaekarl for tha 1 Colonel Bis'sell's recriment of i"2rl Tl. I ' The bosition of thai nnrtinii'Af ehiiY' Mexican army which had gained oar ' rear was now very critical and it semed." ' with a wil-1 extreme left. Composed of Darts of the f had become completely outflanked, and doubtful whether it could retfain "tha. 'at. iM-tn-'i iyzinm. I liner nower.Hut Tim breeds tha can. I Kentucky and 'Arkansas eavalrv His- was compelled to. fall back; beinc an. main body, i ; At this moment I reeaivawl 'l t U liri ll- l AeV J ft mn . 1LLI t I . . .-.. . i. a ..... ' ' . .a- a aT ! I . . IM ' i 7 r1 z '"VTiiai B iliac uieai axciaimiifi 'f i hm ita nftn iimthisihoDitar frAsti. i mniintArt qor,tlials you td; the last :time Judfe, who wal dozing On tha bench. - new ii gone : decay scraTcely leaves Indiana wa v ...... ,..v " u iivM unu ; w pmaua fjuuijr, uui lav, us was i trace oi wnai wu vncs B'pnae and I me vrftl w v jfiTt rmug. 'MtuMa,;-repiiet m cter ioyed'il okSik rotiridi 'tit ..!.. 'RiimAH. tiMmi' ii'fil"'-' ! . I.i I. .l ji .ft, . Ir ...... ...... (addressing glass togetheri-let ui take a round. Uf course. Sterrett. ing thk landlord;) y ou have bet- coionngs wun a I aewen ine xa xveuiucsy regimeni and I icoca ui.wuiuu iuey - auerwaras con 'oh it with great Ui 'section of artillery to our right, in tributed.' ' ' ! . ''': " r : . f IV w uui UU3UIIJ I tt uiuti uubiiiuu uivT tiTuununlu lur LlltB I i . w wiwmvi Aiioovu a ivKiti'eui vi iu 411 ?n. r'1 " P'or ' tt; while jnlghl. ';ln the mean time the Mexican J iinois,) which had been joined : by a bur ddilv nraise t light' troops had engaged ours on the section of Captain Sherman's battery. i Ittorship shall ana ... a - , ana a nna Dat anon from the ureiy unsupponea. ine enemy was irom uen. oanta Anna a message r brigade under Major Gorman now pouring masses of infantry and 1 statfofficer, desiring to Inow what trJ li i L2. n'l . -1... .In .L. Li-. VI .t . l..i.ll M Ji 3 ( ,4 wnoie commanaea oy loi. mar. tou; anuu ms ua vi ma moun-i wauioui i- a mmujuiaioiv ueapavenaa-" , and kept up a sharp fire, climb- ( tain on our left and waa gaining our Brig. Gen. Wool to the Mexican gen