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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - September 4, 1849, Angelica, New York                                  r '>  THE FlUbl WfcA^hiin*  AIUUVAÍ, OF  AW OE LI CA »HPOBTJEJR  HujiniüaiHj*™»»«»««-».»«» ‘‘“^TTrirT' (V a xrTv VOlì K AND K1U& KAIL KO A D.  ni: mock a ts Loose ;k>  ff:  m-:-  tuu)Attüm,  Trn Mimjn I¿aUv.  From, Hie FhilsKÍelf Hl* î^dprr , l'ha first Atlantic steamer wn« the Savannah* C&î»*'eifrig«»»-Wl-*4- l *|  Ymk: She^wss30f>iotechttFth«myihtp rigged. Iìér engine w»» 70. or HOI  httnrt» power, low. pressure. ' „She P rí >*L    ________  ~ ««fetal. ftfûm' thir portDeclino Tir BreaxïsttrfftT  whence-*he R&delin IS ii* for Liver-l  poot,'making the >**«$? »»•  22  ' la 2;**| The(iamlalqmv. r arrived se«,t —la p&tting Ihe Içsÿl» p aîil t ' H * »'««>*“''Ibriïi-uur date* u> tlit* i nh i and *te»ro fr<w her. e^    new»'jfl-itimuun»  f  hu-î will  the appearance of a «sh*p «n» •J ,r «^anu|^ [ , t    ituU(V } ,i>„h lt t ,  vene» wewdespatehetlfrom the .t-ovel,.^ ;    *  ofi’ork to her relief. Fruii» l.nerpord »ho went lo Co^nhagcn, Stockholm,  St. Petersbur«' and Arundel, niakuK;  the  v  voyage imiti ..ihe.Jettet.....y yftrrc -moätl  Norway) ^beek^u^-^va»^»:. *‘ l     iipWtef  days. Crowned head*,- .mm.wters, "¡T-u^ing. .\m»n ficéis of ¿tate, kc- visitai her, and r»h| t « 0 - j  { , tv Ah-v,,,..., . uahîc sei'vicc* . i)f ph»to jewelry, ^ c ?|Kii,g & CVl’hilúvmd V  IZATICÍN.  in tili« cuiinfry.  There was A "(V »!. J  «'y matke;, eans i«.*    «  Many    hou I'.lnvi f.  >i :i de    \vt.  ■tifl.ü ¡hT,:í>¡ü/h art* i/<*  were  Sho *ufeé|ucntly made the voyage' to Constantinople and. hark ; he nt; tue;  AM »U»m«r that iravíírsí'd tini  flirtili fìfff.. ti yteU ty* the Atlantic  Oetan. She was afierw«t>|s ^ur\ h‘.......  io run as a paèlwî IjetwéejJ $ew. ¥ oyk ani Savannah,under Capt. IToldredge, Initwan wrecked pn the south ssiio of Long Island. C;tpt.--.Mo.w'< fih^er.*«, oi Groton, (.Vmn, r e<ir¡ívmnnded her on lifr first voyage ottt. •    Kieven Uo-  Eej**íj now living nt New London, wM’ the nailiiu; master: II« it is who made that memorable reply to o llnti.'di olii eor : •■ u  1 have lit» ub’xlf'r, fir !” 1 J»e-cirounistatUCH whíoJi drew forth that  icply w<-rc tl¡e>e ; When the Savnn  nah »pprnnrhcil l/^'rrj) ">!, a (rotsi a lJritt:di eio<»p olVwar catnc ttli»nj»y-da nnd Is.! li’d ;  “ WIk «te is-yoof  CapfStwen linger*-lophc 1,  l ‘l huv«* tid antiter,sir !'* '  *‘-\Vhí*rc^ ymir rajitnhi, tl;r¡»  :n   u  Ho’a ííi'ív>'.9 ; d».vou wi>-h tu ss*-litui  “ I do, sir ”    ;  ^ioscv-. ratr,*’'>i!i i!( .ui-’ < i  tlif lîritivh «itîirçr Svhi' I 1 ' " ’i‘< 1 when the ioUmvuuj v't'UV<-t-.ttM?h »>»-  Ktietl :   1£  Why do you Vf jl, that j OSUi.iTit,  sir r*.............--r;--....................  ' . Itecause inyeouiitry üH’i'V'í n,•»>•.  ■ “My ciniinistvdrr th.nl»-; tt wa ; -dour to iu?idt ilio», ¿it d il a <•*t d-Mi’t tuU*' ii down‘he’will &n>d a lorcc that v. ;!! «lo it."  Capt. ;M.>îTp.j turrit' 1 to l’.o ..•'n.ç.neer find PXídniincd : “Mel tin 1  hat n'utrr tH'jiiie ìVMÌy th<‘m V’  ’i'lin uiftn-of-wnrV hunt ttsm' • j>'”>»' in-an iiwtflnt find Avns òrti .Nothing more was paìd    that j-c;nit»ut. It  .was sibj»\:tt*d su 'J.iverpotd., that.the Sav a n nah" c a '■ ' o ver. --t « > i es c u f> IV n p * » ■ loon. Ìli» hrothf'r .h’iosno had jusl iff fared a larj^c r.tnwud to any “tie wlu wcmM take him utf the island of .St llflcua, «od îiAuvt «*>> i n¡»|H. irineè created thro’^hout hn^-H, 1 in 1 she \vá:vihc fìrlit tH-eiui slé.w»-|' rr*\tr ceti in Kuropen waters.  MV ST RH 10 U S N—1.11' M AN SK'Rlo irroNs foun d  On tho iSlh iii^t., twojruüi) najned .Van ïïofn, liyHiji ut Ohe’,dà I »t, in the town uf l.eaox, Madison i ounU  t» :  I  Failure h are .st II Mawiftorto.ses duU.  The v.í’,í11sí’r conl'nu* ero|»« :  ?»rojj»«o‘d,  penny lower.  ’J'r.i'îe dull ; !>r'i’vhivitT.  jk> prfj.atc fin an :.T.j-£irtant e¿eftion.  ¡yet «nti'y in ci:!cr on tlii'aorLof oi.^amZa-[’;!■«, ('Ut tu t!ic ucxrs ary rfma.leliog to tno :,o!¡fiy,-i!:«yM¡'ín. I>y t!i» crMt!»'!'of- tJf ^•midv.u r i>tfict»,»¿>: V tiiPfP will In? oftcn.-i r-ort!>i:iJy í*»i a móíi* 1<*í iíí^ i thornu^h  •••nt ii ('.inv:).--< .in! rí’oi.’.ni/.a-  ïl^ party, wli!r’*i it i' proper shuanî nvaii.i*'!"'. W'ïiat v h.¡v<* !o í' i toot <**t¡aia!p of..the Ji«òrjraâiZatio» h mi ï'vd'it' !;y [■rvr'àsîr. l1ie ránU  nv:r confs'kiicc iis iwn hUcüg'li. Wr Ikivîî jti 5 tc<i!iH: nal | i t ioct-.i'u for Jutlidal f-îV^r!', nlÍLi-úx-ihz.. detauaatic .crídHafvi.^  r on nly, f«.is  locati«*» weniil require >pecial legislation the probabilities are that the road will pass ,the Tanateo as oi¡finally located ¡The valley of ilio Cuhocton would furnish t much bettor bed than the ('anistco, nml  of iixi :iVlvaut:i?e. :!3 to distance, but tvr haidly think'hat tin- rompany will veil «tiii*- to as!: foi fuiLIm:i !egi.i!at;on in relation io ihr. N. V. and Kne rail voa l at prcs-' Tn¡* i-nrnvaTiV we •Tnvirr^taitr'     the fri        ti-ii-    : i' i    ¡¡¡n îH-'irli    .1- ■      The    r    l 1 '    f (    "l'ilila') ..    (■¡n          •H’h    r a    ib    • v.i.waid          FSo'rr    n 1.        ■ ol    ’J i a ’.j*i’    >Mi.      |il I.O-    ìdo.r    : a    'J    o. '(••:•;          •d»ijhin;.s a?    id \i    i \    .iui; W    l e r!      '¡S .«hd    II:-'.    O:    tl.    >iií¡a<’;i    t ta r      dun  Tl:e    l'OM    Il a ! !    Ì Vf    Vat Che    du.or      11 Id    d.'lV "1    T    .< = ,    in no in    î ci.I h      )U.I !)V\ The    . < of in-oi.t     !  " i • '■ liV    ria  pa.    O* C.   1  1- . ; ’íjr    !'•' ¡'o      it teat .    :ì.        - o              A (¡Of »I )    sa;    N    \T A 1.11    \ N \'      The    • U/-Í    of’l    V.o    -'l.l, '-• •'    ta a.      'l.oorn    g tic    V. ili    lt tho t\V‘f-.o    - ! -, a¡-      hr par        Mi-a    i \    i ; 'll.lt ’, 1    ,'.'r (      •uno Í    ni ,i    1 ' ! 1        Il'rai! t< • Î    l'ol      'oO 1 •’    ! O'IIK    . to        ■t a <’>■!'«»    Yv «•      •’ -lepri    f!lt    th if        •Oi’y vii '    '•‘o h      u <    • >.    Ti    1    t wî^i.' 1 > v i    « 11 \      sito i' oír ¡I -            .-• v :r. •;•    rio / a      >i' thè    U!t\    o a    ' a    * ! « ~; i t *.    li ÍO.      .'tt’rr <■'    * ih ■■    r •" '    i ' 1    t * 1  * . r .    ’v'-      i a > c .v    1-iìV    ' ' í i ••    i 1    ,C htl!,! t    a ,i .      eOii ,.t -    d d : s    - o'a    t'.    .<'i> -V-a:'    ■ I m      Il O .1    : .    , ! S ,    Ih,    ’ i'• '.¡1 \ r!    o M ; 0      huil.do    ooo.    li.it    oo    • Uo'.v ,  1     S ii!      \ eoi    ■ly i    o!,) (I àt :    - ! : s ; lut    V. »il      !i!.’,!    S|" .*■    l lill        1.1 '!! !ij"/,y    V. !, ,      fi i ti! »t ¡t    ,-s 0;    teil;-.    l’.e    i !*v a îeu    ou <’      .nie, V\ t' \ r    Ihr,    , !Î    .e c- \ iia M.i    r  . ¡n i      •1 a-.    Ó-ÌVO    ’ ' i    u'.    'i"-'-    a i o      ca s ; 1_ (    <■ li    i' !     1 s        î ■ :t      with, tl    '■ r    1’ O ì        '■Vi-' 1 i t    ail'-»     i'Ki ; and ¡i.ivüijí loi ; oí n¡i['v. a."a¡:- M 1:j.s!r "í lìii- 'Vili tTiì‘r;"Kvìì'0'i v ' vTíié ’.v,!' ■<'o."!i‘i:r.r,ì. laiìticr.ces oí i?y (if’itpw.Md-i- r<; T-.O^O .’•t-: ¡;r». r.i'r':’. r' > ! lo in-••pçllAj« by iüdticin:: a - o'’rroff’.i!Ìty fó'briii:; ;:!»oal a f‘»i ->i 5>9v : .tion wli'ifA» ll.i>'ik*av.Ki:'.ev  j 1  ro t; ceI!I; 111; the Woik with Y ; i;or, an< isj.>-ct i\'".v is that it will be completed !\vilj::n tivo ycais. • .S'.'i t  .'Idie Knsin,.*<Ts are now Survcyint; the !v' of th'~ '«>:•.! tiom the bea ! waters oi ik' is fn’ek to the (ji’uesee U 'er, ani it j .nt, •.ve utideisiand, ¡6 to be mail tWvct  : vN r Movf. in Tin: (¡uvk.hn.mknt  ÏJittr.itiioutoaaniz.itin,.    <    A dominent flnana-  ,    fi'-ai the <>;itre oí thé Secretary oí the  di Coioaifs, lias lately come to light c.in-ll* is dated as far back as December last, rn.i-wand appears lira late number of the Mon-on!) (>;' !'t.n {»i» popidar vote ; tha’.^'rea! ll. ia'd. 1 he l.n^l.sli Seciet.irjr of i ;i w. n « lîT ,. s  ,ve adrcrate in naticm! p.d-P 1 '- 1 ' 1 '^-’•*' d«i,- document a desig • u- i •iWn'nve-' b< ¿  vi (-m¡ tifilo inc”r,'.^mte ttrc v\ bötr “fif the Hi it is'  ' ‘ .....  h ...V«K'iio'in <’(‘Somes, ms an uliitnate Mire: 111 .th** a ¡e an t i :  a  p  t ik.’i; l!i ( ’ fi ist  rivtn:  ».¡•.M.iimv V-  m.T.ents a c'uniiuni custom ad a cofiiüion ¡’O't udire ! 1 ! e i >!d. Viewinj; t!ie despatch y. adds, ïli.it it i« ida',h that the d\v;'V 1: ai II.tbf.iY lo Toronto jiiii' a ; < o r ‘ i / ) 11 of tiic piali which the S’cre-  :i; V rsfi  hv tin  Milk  m.». it i-a: uste!  I seit-JS..U1  .••» pX-J.ili  Lriuil «Hit huCHHuhC .*.U .impv Woeklland mierw.inU’,;heiv.eea the S.  II. HsV.lroad und Rre eanai, tl.«e«i\ere n human skeleton. It lay ahout mv and a Iwlf-'tmle-« north-weit !V*‘in tlu; Depot, half n mile south the K canal, and about a ut.le frosu any h.a!> -tatioii. From apjjcaranee.-i- it ¡s sup posed to have Ikcu expose ! t|ve;*' two  ur ihreoyears <'f more. I'pou the I? however, were some ivo»na«t«' t>f v, leii clothing w!> ; eh appoint} in iiaxe T«een--a-'-coat : ^ii'“f>anitttVnyns"or rihl *■•} ejWS»Bl^'6 r M4 ti . piur t*f Inn O'-: wtstii..!  iiig nc,ir. A copper coin \v:is al>o found with the leaeis  l H'. U cd Upon itthe.it* may possihly have!  ni-=li\ e..  t ‘- e t ,>u  wh-i'h we me h.ippv lu u ..  tUine,f)>’.,l¡ V. lioW to i!iiji; : |f. IV'tmc üluùi iH'JîH t: ; : i : i• . . i pie, andle.diy to ti r ,m-^ t ¡ e l .Will ->f tí»“ ¡< i! tv, ail \\ r.V '.lifr. '  \ .\ ( >K HI ! K* i ’ilj i X! _-ilU44 Vl r ( I.' »K  Vi a i %1 i’l l i;..  .Staio of .\<'’a Voi k,  ÑaiaLo.-a .Spt 'o.:-, ,i> (   oi    n:’f- jlrol  ¡ami !•*: t\ -.-»• \ r.\ l*n>.cu  Wai v    ( '!• . '•• -  I*;,:.- <’ 1, Thai mUi |hiibt'O.i J ( >„uhi:r. )t'(  U'b.;e tl r t'is.üH t ii, r. i’l le, -  ¡Mil v i r'. .,»• ii     ^pi’- ’-ar ter.    ; '.v 1 .      ¡a’, ly le he    î-t'd ;■      ruie-of tlao    *! '  iO; >ïl      at a gef-ora      author,,od    lo 1 o      to 1 irò sa d    . ni lé     1 »een the ,inîtudh «tf" If** iiame. tVïo-|< tv ,; on 0 f t! l( -  iU ,i; i V. iav  Ä:Krii7^;mte:t^eanprt:^    . !m . • ,^. u u ^ ;s * ' ai ;  i0t|Se^ : biii\hoiHj.»s:. tn>>n^wa«.eUdtódl a! i¡,í,nù’ «tìni-e tavnl'iV-iv ' iv  ♦  *  t. -'-Mk/  -*r-  to give any -..¿¡lúe either in who t! pom>n was, v’r how he eame to hi? death. Thu ^UeUston was evide.it that of a inatenta}! and oí.vlim .stature,, six feet or tnoro m iu; ^ht; and vv. tli tl e\ee¡>lion of one douhle tooth fVom the ¡right uiuler jaw,\he hala l'uii set of perfect teeth. This would .denote a -yottngerfy'--iiKm: The ramanis wcít collcctod amV «lepdoMÍ in the burial ground at Onc\h\ Depot. The teni* nants of eiothtng an* in the pnssession of E. R, White; at .Lenox, N, \ r r ."  FRtáui7^'£QMjQir latE m a Büu-ou?< C , ó.\i- MiNi:.—7>V;.vvfí», July i*i —On .the night of the liHli inst., a deütructivc fiw broke out on the pivoi is»' coatwcléSr^tiri&eTf^ 11 Work* ?  jifai- Serain«;.. It origin »»hi the engine-room new the'mouth o! the — pit,-»tul »apidly^jsrisad  progress ant! burning the ladders: and ropos which serve J .tor. dccciHÜii.jj intiv the coal pit, and thus cutting utf for a timo aU,means of c^cajie lor 1 *> 1 work-. tnea who were ut work thejein The firit ¡»igual of iiie~r„dru^érwas the ap-, pearance of dense coíútnns of smoke which cante down the. month • of the pit. The workiiven innueliiaieK'rushed to the ladders, but the foremost, after MOftnding them a short distan«’^, were oilhoc. tutfocatéd and fell dead on the or killed hy the falling of burn «y iwtwriahi fWnu- the top of the saft Tmtn wa»,»Aer peat eiTorti T mas-tetod, am « descent into the pit made, íü-S? * S?* 4  ^igbtful sight presented “““* -™^d, th# dying, and the the place  ”*&*** *"* Me« were taken out  c most beautiful and lest seleetcd ; » route through th.fi fiect.on has, ß‘«J ^1    DéDoVofE. C.f.novER.  Comers, and from thence into Adreganyi^c^     d it ¿ ¡ ncrca5 cd capa.   niJ  ,o be the shorter and    ^    äVv,  ¡ble, but as so great a change in tlicS . •• 1 ■    ...  Ivy cry person wishing to purchase n ood article should examine these stoves before purchasing elsewhere  LuMiir.niNo in Miciiican’.—The Detroit Free I’rew estimates )he amount of Lum-  L ATEU from m exigo—esc a 1>e1  MAJOR GAINES AND MIDSHfpgt* SOGERS. v' v   ffew YorRj Atig, 27, 1847, The steamship Galvestion arrived.^tjte  Orleans with advices from Puebla to (J 6th of At’g. One week later.  „Gen. Scott • was^J^ie„y^jo.njthe 6tlr The array was to march nextdiy'for ico.  Twigg's diri.sion was to leave on the'$g Whitman's the igth, Worth’s the 9th, Rj lowif the l(?tli.  Col. ChMdcs rtrtnJhs inieommam]..aCP^ hla. Gen. Fiefce rirrired at.Puebla orf thi Gth, an^ilcft not a single man, notyriUj  v.tlie road would not be so much exposcu to| } ^ r (o  j )# s ^* r pj VCi | this season from Sagiuaw| slan  i ;n g  ano ther severe l^tle wilh ft * huna^e from higli water, to say nothing»    - ■ - ' •    —•«.»    ... .......... ......- ............  jitaval l G,00i) JÌU0 feet. . Duritig.lhe s.ea^on | j. nCT ¡) ; :i s  the  •¿evtial steam and water iniUs have been erec.ted'ln Saginaw county—the most extensive of which are tho?e owned by James, Kldred C’n . who are waning .a steam and water power capable oî máiiü-  iiiiU  4.000,000 feet a year.  this  factu ring  Toki.s on Tin: CiikmiSi^ _Tjnai.—Fp to the 12th of August, ult , V23.32S B'2 -To the panic time last year, J21,U0(i 9-1 Increase over hist year, Si. 1? I «.'■>.  SrcMnr.tNT. --The Lexington Observer and Hcp uler and the Louisville Journal two of the strongest Clay Whig papers of the West — have taken ground against the movement in favor of (jen. lajloi  tin  %~j~ Thomas W. Porr, of Rhode Island, is Lvinir very ill, and it is thoughl will not recover.  C„t. Jr.m hscjn Da vi.> —The Jackson Mi'si.^Vipjiian, f-ays of tho ¡ippointinevit of tb'T« gV‘htìfinali ‘b the otbec of I'. 'S: Senator, hv (hiv. 15iown : “ No selection could have ir’ivi'ii greater satisfaction to the whrde Si.ile than this, The official ten ^ le iöf Col li.ivi-. under this appointment, wi continue only until the election of a Sena-•jr i'V the I.egi'-ialure. which will meet in J aii u a I v m vt."  ¿LIll’W.]¡.Kt.K ...V,\I ) Luss (ÌF- IdFK:  ■very eaeiairajíihí u •-ur.iin 'u u ;,n ts*tho.,r- ni.i’.'.rv^, tluit tl.#>*W-,id ¡:<m¡ W lié. I.er ti t- Minüoávy v.v.oais'ri v\ hii h diiuldo i!t 'i*.;at »rjr iuv;i  ié'ii;r;i;:'n; r  i r. t •  iai' 111ke, while .lyi!i;r lo in a a::e, a! nnon mi t he là ih ult y a tremendous sipiall, iu lat wliicii careenel ber so iflar d ver lliat thè earg^ slniled, and. brought! i.ii.-cghei in a a .¡i-iaM mi Iht ti:am end'«, so t hai •fthe wcatiier rad on Iter «piailer deck was I ol thè water. The inain < '-' ere indianifV ciil away , igliie.l, but- ili e r i n-i j ha 1 • : i'- : cliej and was ilo.ilin aiioiit.ain: l!ic-v«ss:-| v,as tuli ol water.-1 he siarlmard lai! was ruhineriie.l. At day h^ht un »he ltilh, ina  0 S thè fi t on Jboaid v. ere ali ve. Tlimughout that day and the.next, tiie storni siili laged, and thè ”' a > !  >:-l-f.il«.    tìjo rrrr-ck. Al  V iighloa tìit* 1 Stri, a vo-s^cI was scen r^carùig down; >he j.-oved lo he thè sili]  , . irò:a i;.)>t."i, bounj to l’ort Au ì’nnce. The seame-n and surviving pas-seiv'rr^ wcrc taken on bo'aid.and thè coursè ciiaaged to New \’ur|; tecti i .g.c.;)a.Hsti)gcfs., anii tkp rr? w of The ^Tiimelu w e re SjWa.-hf ! oveih.'.'t! !. The M. on ber i f'i.i cargo o[ Ilijur anj ¡sàied -vissel  i:\ii n - -The AÎ..1.V-J  Lhe. follow ini-'- -mstV; ìly the correct nuni->f thè tioops un-  oii  Oru l'mn i *> in i 1 *  moi a.s J''l.agv.sa.} -S- ilia!  he -rolled upon as ne ber, and the dispoMt,  Ider our two fienerals m Me\ico: (Jnder Taylor loiena Y;st.t iMonteieV |i 'er ral vo  jl’pper Rio '(ìiande Ihn wer C: rande  Toi.il  Cader (¡en Soot; at With Cad« alla 1er With Pillow With l’icic.L-  Total  ('.rand  Total  for Sept.  ;  usua! va la lei a•  •‘UN .'.¡»t. i/im:  : o il toi' f ’.V ;!, ;  and valual.de  •"I • O. f" ¡O ih.S M .1 ir;, / ! ¡le  i a Ule world ; and ih ued nò pa-iv* i n  getting up  Jou.v tiujM v At'A'is is: ’(ii N. Tavi.ou  l —A eoi re>poude:it ni the Ashtabula' (Ohio) bentiunl, who" iuiSi’een paving a visit-to John Quincy Adams, re.«peels the ‘old man eloquent,’ as declaring that ‘his confidence in the perpetuity of our government is much thalm. lie regards u^a.-* tending toward»a military despotism. The attempt to make (/en. lay lor President upon the -popularti v-- ; \v4nr4t-htrhas-- -gained ii\ rrfew battles, he' regard • as omeiious c>f the downfall of ro;r institutions I! 1  apprehends that we .shall !o!!o*v in the (• )(>!»lep.s of I hose republics who have gone before as.’  Major Gains and Passed Midshipntai Rogers escaped from ¡he City of -MexTti and arrived safe at Scott's head quarters, KtMiilall wxitca.the.death oH.ieiti XltlHp the -2.1 dragoons, and I)oct. Ilainerofthi South Carolina régiment.  The train which left Yera Cruz the (¡¡H « a s a tt« c k e«l; ah o 11 { : -3 4- rn i 1 e s f rôai Vi^ Cruz.  Col. Wilson had been sick with „the vef; low fever.  Scott’d orders issued positively to'marc!» on the 7th. Ueport-says ihat Santa Atins'j army is 15,000 strong, inarchir.g.. towatft Puebla with'ôO cannon.  Maj. Lally lost many msn of C apt, Cald-* well's volunteers. C’apt. Cummings wouni  ed.  9 P. M„  Ileportsuys that Santa Anna was mard. ng toward* Puebla with 15,000 men  »0 caniion.    _____  Letters say an atf.or came oil' botu'Cd Cap*. Riill.'^ Rilies and a party of g'lerilli -the. latter completely routed.  FR‘>M (¡RN TAYLOR’S COLUMN.]  From a distinguished officer in the antijl to the editors of the Argus dated  lir.ena Vista, July 27,1 “Gen Taylor is waiiling reinforccmeil hi oider lo make a forward movemenf-lie is at Monterey, (rcn. Wool, who ma:;is art lie battle-field, has at tîiis îifn;  hIh'u! .j.oon. ill ; :i ri.ij.de [•. ¡¿¡g c-OfTtmTiTrdr*^ Itl  is repojif 1 by llie Mi-'Xic.ans that uegoliaJ lion lor peaoc. have been entered upon bil  c o m : n i s -1 o n e r s a p pn i ii ! e o hy Sa n t a ,-Annif  1 doubt the truth ol the‘/epoit.  “ ! regret that we cannot move towaril the Capital. Those breathing spells grand ed so oilen to the Mexicans, I ntn-apjirtf heiisive may cost us manj valuable lives,! besi.les millions of money. If Gen. TaY-'| loi could have lollowed Santa Annaailetl the battle of Huena '\ ista, it is not iniprüb-f the war would have terininated beforal this Airain, if ^un. S'ott had followed] I ,.')0o&Santa A u na fi om f^iebia to the -city of ‘2,;>(H)||ico, we should proliably before this, hâve] l,ooO||had pvae'e. Our delays give gmat eiicour-agement to the Mexicans. Their disgraMiiJ  1 , > >  ,, ' ,,) Sgenerals    li\e in tiie hope that something!  2.'),.)loy.niay.yet    come up - some chance or mis-l change whiclnnhy Cnable them to rede«] in some degree the reproach under whies they t rcsi with thé people. Il iisihe disf position of the ^lex.icà.n has prolonged the/war to the. present SqS  1 he enclosed order was issjied by gtif oral Wool :  ‘2,900 7 à 0 •ilio 3,â00 1,1)00  0,010 k ,r»o(l  [;>Thc oldest living ex-me'iibers.of Con-iKfess aie the lion. A!!»eit (¡aliatili, oí New \oik, and the Hon. Simeon Haldvnn, of New Haven, Connedicit. Roth are between M) and DO vea r s of a^e.  \RM  “Ü-T--  Bki.i,  WM Mttiafat iktieinalader,  f’,*t ilg tl’O C.'.l! i' to ! K- i ;' ÓlU't l.ofiMO    It h.  isr ìiciuli; ; T’V til p r \ rlor.' Ala! ,1 V of  I-..    .irfl'..v.. (    v ’‘ r r   j U    vv«.*1  ... rj  1 tiV 1  ’•«'¡’•-e rvmoniiwr th.u lh- co!i:;!;.\2 Tra:  s      ;r ' pio-pcro-tis after,li, c  l. Uil k bad ex-fc’j.-e.  co»"se ol a vear.aiv vroith loiutirnes thc|lb ^"o:iii! of the subs, :    ,. n , ei )o anv   oue w hohas.thofanc) for !:»c picture» and  ihe !a-!tc« »re the last ■*  nn;  he \v j t lion t this  ‘  l -‘ S f i f f .'1 ^ 1U O ïi :i>.nehment to ail !a la.- a; ¡o í i e e ( í ; r i e si|h  lh:,\v v A;  TheN A J <>  n  e\v, of" We -r ‘!'io\, a " ia/ane, in theidi.-jîosed of an alarm bell  Ihe  -Mr. An hew tew' day h s.e.n weighing ii,000  States.  larger ever ca-t in the C  nited  Li .MinaiiNo. — A; men, sa\s th'^ Rancor \\ h:  r  el\ engage.1 m jii,. lurnbei the Pi*no!'scot river;  tfa  tno usan: now ac  i'1-l it' tnbiilaii.es-  -o  'i !..  d,'  ~ tt vw.¡ nvfri ag..The 11  -iTd": : .1 \\ i,  ree  ho a fìt>.  he sc  'U!V_  pa:  tv  I. .. i -1 ■tehl  tlio  eh.'Mii' a'; thrif-a.  to  l' il en’w h.eh U i>. cV\ tvl up n\ tin' adv m.-t.JlsC pR'vioV'.^ In tl'.O 1 li t cause as shall i t; i.o l tmteK ihoy a- e’ M-. \ A ’ 1 through thop.'st oîli» it no: k* tho .t'lnc jiiO:it:t‘tn*'d m, order unites.-olhorwiM'd tc ie ----- .... .....  MriNo tïi >;  V Ha r-iVs--.-Tut.tle .say■■  D'S new iiiVcat on jtinip^'' il hal>v \ ,'à f   pfii> [¡»¡¡oí a tu unie in New York alow \Vlu>n pressed for a:n! e\pla:;at’o,n .lu hows h;s sak>.> hook leeording il;o ils posai of si.uiie 3v*,t'eU) of tb.ei’i-at pr ce: from three-to forty d.dlatS • e.u ; h, asn thmks. that .lour..lüitup.ti |-•<*r_ jh uk'.o is but u, h'üull .niora-o. S-mp'iv* as it ücentÿ there is scarcely a gw-tter Saho’r saving in exvs’e.tee, anvl as ii je'iuv-e.s the labor of roaring a vougfrnflv. wc may talrly espe.'t to ?*ee poji^aAiuu i:i-' ereasiugii-uTer^Utw-tj p ; ihes. Ti e ru xt thing wúlKhe nfijingenddrea hy steam:  -hi:oaciks.- - Mr. Si r v vi 'ant has icfi the ioljowjn^ suma..;to pa!4-ie    ;  "''iÇfteffian'ftiSte Society, ‘ K>.o<’U Ämerfean Tract Socitv,    3,oo¡)  Institution for the Biind,    3,oou  rrotestant HalfÖrphan Asylum, 5,Wo H»» real estate i* eotiroated ‘by those wc!i acquainted wj^h hi? ptopertv, àt about $2, 000,000-—.personal, at $300,00«. Ik ha-s  :it lh:’<e  ; Wylia  |î ci c'v er.  laj  i  Mo  le. ’.v: [of slit  T11 : Co !;   - ta'k o!, f,  > 1, tu o  'Û in  V> b.ii e • i; ■fiorii a who if ¡a-i.-a of 11 . iioiii u. e ¡v.et th’r  Vo:  Oar"  cl 1.  i i. , a :..:;ie ahea i o! ¡ f  a -< a - > e! ,! is : t o: ¡he ii* k ¡t up ia ■<■>..! M a.rae •  |au:si tj_y ag.vn. Cota•..look'.-. ;im uagoai'te ¡iy produce as nun  hbonng couniiei. So With n'ost oiiie; s, as v\ e venture the ¡e.-uit v. rUsLow ill. - -Faii.    _____________ . .................  A Sa;s.....- I he Whig * of. Ithaca, as vvp  If.V» iy the Chronicii’. tiRiiejtoek to forra a'Rough and Ko : i y c. :o' ;i ievv days a ^o, bnt fuitrd to %;n anything further than make .1 very ¡a.i;crous sjic,c!ac!e fo‘r the bovso L^.tio-v Seward was in t^wn on luiKResi, atnttein* n.v.isd is be ¡.-its.  ft’«'hij uh<0-  hough' the  ?» I  tftmpit.wid tkiitY-onc itfí)re W OOO.OOjï—.personal at $300,ooo. Ik ha-s vi , ’ , / , ,, ' “ ‘“ , , pna* nfii nnl^ly ^ mVll     ^ ie^ehajihi^realÄtirtstw^  ■ -.«ïwivn  mwrm  mnA nt «-j .k- ,iu..l^i/^ . t  r  usstu'«*, mu may n ni u necessary to re.  treat.   Ch  *wi ao«i niiee»; aadthe other half to three other nephew*  eüt änd dc'ivcr an aì iress., luti i (instil. This looks  -f  lemiin'-e-r !i:a!  ';e l’if i y, i'yits wise po-icv, i' K-,ta llii' .oSdj^Wt.íV-aaící. rise people ietuarni>,-r :i ia ; pa-ny -of tlw present.d;iy  u p-o¿. i'.a Mv.vico, and gives ai. 1 , , l:i ]  ¡e enemy, and is emphatic; " an -¡'-ii-ty in Ihe Fni]*;- >1'^, l.he póipiu i-ÿÏJK.-iii er tha’ i.ctTViUC’iiO-.j to  • Mhê Cnit,; ï V: rie," ghl- oj the coiü.ti v.  ¡■eop’c rt-mernbei tin! the F,=i oüncéd onr.ileaer.:';, r.uMCiers and assassin-., an I ¡ -, -,  c  ieiea.t upon our arms.   :hi>   ¡ V , o '    care of ihe i.eh  ».i . le i u,e i - ctl -ta»e rae ¡i ¡t . ’.OJO 'i île jicr-ji’o rtmembyr that t'*"  eve.a^ve i>¡c :: ^  0 ¡ .  mrtrìll ,, tl)Ì4 ^  in.iriij t i.uvt,  a „j t' ik ,  c:i '  . - ...s, inajestY oj '.î 1 ..-!-  t  an.i w -.j; never ço  j,-,  tarr  .wkor.«, an*l ' — of the majesty of  \-’l; e ."'ïi^ nK>r aii th ^ tHmc er power oa.thc Peder».  A SOI II1F.RM-t; :•!>!>< »Nor a I’,. (S.   K  . .* '  01  *'* /Il ‘ l  a»e .arcushinipd to uogspeak ol the ini^ra-, ot slavery, and the  ^ipeopie of the Sou;ii  nrru  1 hev îr.-r;u-»n!'  li.xon’fi li I’-Hvrc of ¡would not sell  >.’i in Hi'.; ynun  triumph for    i.ut h-y ti  the two mem 1 finmpson and "^r’y fi/;o ; U11 ] ,hc d aev elect their en- t: ' i! ' ho.'ird of public  :e  'i majoriiy in Loth ’■' ,: * 1 , re liV  a gain of  us til prejii jiec.  »,v ,- •, , • ,- v >l >' ti'-U our desciip’tiun of jthe state oí     V al  ■' - •  1   ►.ea’u:e Tin ;em’;y !  South  Î Util  a can ¡n thi:  ,, ...    .......n ¡"ctu-re bv a  i>out,¡(-¡¡i I-ranter u not diawn hv a N  Head Quarters, Ruena Visia, T ,    duly 25, LS17. j  Mi: -It 19 reputed that Governor. ju'iie has ordered a nifcímu'of the Dcrmîii jTTtthe - Ststë ófCoafiñllá at Mor.clovaJtíJ .tiic purpose tif adopiiny; measures to icsiS' jth>. Aims of the I. niled Soiio:,’. nn 1 esp jailv lo orcam/.e fiiieiriifa paitiefi ^aveno ci'edencp (o li.e leport : Milhli* possible that the (Governor, whose  0 :fi¿e defunct in consernieiïce of the Stale, heia; occupied hv the Arms of lire Cuite 1 iriav be ¡nili^creet en .u gh 'o 'oau a:t,\vl;i.i: might bung not only upon the people o; Monclova, but of fhc whoie-State, m.Mf. ari,which would prove no les.s prcjtil’;- 1  <‘•■1, than desliuctive ta their hist iute;-esK  al..J.LÍ!..  er ^-’ce, ihaiX.ATQiiLLimiiii;  I.:id l>ae people of f aulmihi, that atryol mce, or lavor show n to un y proclaiháiioi -umnmns, ot Orib-r Irom < »pv tir nor Aguerie.i lor.nc aíiove pi;rp;ise>, or any other, ml gi>e ie! > ahU'il as a v,o!..ition of th■:>ir neuiuk  ;, V, .--o ulten and solemnly j..'eJire;l to the’ una. i-di,ne.],, a.’hl will moot vvitfi the puais n in t> tl t which it -justly n II ili    '' • Giieriin.t pailie>, oi lia,»,, w ho chcîï!Jî :  aie them, and which 1 dorm but. Ingtmiïl "'■'Ms under another name, will ieceivc w| i . u  " r al liie  hands of Ihe soldiers of th(| They • v iil he e.vecuid  wiitiever found.  oh the un).i.t r.\s;o.;-tf u ¡ consider;itinn5,  ¡“•e tin- iio.; to...in-,.v-otiT most obTST-' vent,  blLLXJC-U^x.'Uj. C.-Sr-A-^  a., i    <i)ith-  ' .¡o es .Miiith of I a," on  .S’, i ni ’  YÍafhingion eîte, an ex. •the Hoston '-f'ession of  Tevu. &c. f   li. ne (o be i  *pj'~tTTtéd. (o it ; |f  h v 0   * xarcv.’  Planter. -He hicicn, r.oi a do/en ,>iÎJ  eggs, nor a bus-ludaïf peaches, nor a calf lor any con.-.dotatiom lb, ¡ ss ¿ art  ' ’ He raises  c ,lt« lt hr lU)( ..  that!  •''"■'WF.i.M'irtxr Ceyion, Kieph;  " í ico flehb-riM.l  ¡oiin^5 for the cuhiv;  iiiat '.Vili -n»vtf be paid ìiu^   ccnt * :i   ■Xt 'r"Vr*  SOt lU af; ' 1 ’»«-oand  . I  1  r ( •.’ Il t U b V ,T : 1C 0 t(.) h K r • s-  ■•’iifichuMt. He rimi n :  p., ,     a ‘v‘ n>s own lob;  f ;> «he payslhicedoMa.s a poand for |' n  !  : 'i    He rould raise h  The coir'’ ' ,j: !iC lutro:il/ ' c '' * i fit: i nn.vt !. -  - uri.!  11ia ,|w¿viíf n,  ihe‘ Puce Current,’ he, cohbl ‘ K u, \ Cs   »I* h, ,va,„-,  mo .,„ „„J ,, Ia „  s h , • “  tic Wants cotton goods  1  ' ■  ' t- 5 !!. Wo.ii has ìiLjt s.-at out two ¡ur-ties to seize the (¡ov^-no?. Th:-y vviilge ■'-» lar as Parras before they ictiirnV’  >ing cfccinT-’d.qlJ níai ¡o county, on thms-f ‘ circumstances, as We. Icain]  \ Snx STARßfÄBMlY HIS I’ATllKii  I\V A  , f ’n. nful  î afle ' of .stabili West b.oomfi(>(,/, O nía., id c  •jay last. The  lumi a gentleman from that town, are a? rn-*r" S ’-- \  m ' ui ,i;t| ned lieiiiainine I’eck,! .. *!'. ] n .b- , n  iljjr-A'JJla^^ivhady-foi' u ntnnfecrct| ' ear '  >( ' (>n 0,1  had terms with one of. bid  •io c''!-■  C!W  •^ cc * i ’ ^ 1C! ivvo no - h.avi5|J  V - 1 ‘■ r "-. ' .vcept occasioni y, in a numk’J  )I Vcir.’ 't'l i' i    - . \    ..I  ! LO.  f uai,. ].( a . lciid-wasof long standing- n 1 11:1  ;  lI gmwu and stren-tiie'ne.l with time.  " n , 'huisiay ¡ ast( 1¡)(  slutp of ih, } -  SHn  ...| K   fallu  went i' 3 ! "•orv irfS'i  It is stat- :U( ‘ employed  preparing  ac . r   M'-'fiiriise "o at \i—’ ,  . .(■■> riic Kw-,™ S  :j, itfiu r i,,,,;*,,  act,ü;Mt:on o! tertitory  as 3 >com  the north jirii the the a Ivocatcs of the Wiknot Provi ÏO , and  ;ÍS WfelJ6QÍOr£laVer >^ £ '^‘on ’ The Lv«gfi¿ Journal evidently cantemp^^ k corUmgencv \vhi>n tho  fd in -aptven taae, and the r„  r  /  tened ¡rsr putting j lv CT   1  ..i. 0 ' 1 1S  has-. an.eptiaiitrii.Ceylon,^^^-^  Potato But.—hr our -•• .through several of thejo.vVfls ‘“ Vtnnat,0n8   when me latter requeued h’.;a tohr-*   ! ae pre-,11    .....■  not on that die father  sí-iHir“--'  * jarge/r  rot.   n ? fron»  «»an^icttirer, 'he -usurer,' thi r    (|l   the -'1^* *h‘ diayiiiah, th'C w areb  (h?  tue Nclleti and (¡.iailv >1, ■ cll.Hl!, aJl ll'ivi. : iin    ......  • ^oun-liliflercnce tawee^iami. 0 '*“  ’  m ánjlone supports a kmily th^l  1,lamin S-  •m.Jh e |p^. eati p^^^,^ther^pötü  ......fi:.’?-.- • .-Xa-.,,!?.*:.. -..vV‘: V.  ■'• i remark m<r that they'averi peakmg l/* r iris,'arid would prifel ■'lioii!.i m ( t    ),:. s  .jn.p. The]  -‘ I,,;i '-J.ia!i !y ¡,ït r ]-fris hand uporr tfe] ^ ^boulder, and with ardrarp knife in-] •in I     sevcie  won ads on his afir»  i n f?" U ier,tl lliL '  M 'h', the blaieof llw|  ^,.| L>  l l,l .5¿^n  0,11  underneath the arm- ,hc   iwü-i«°' r i ;J° yo '' i«!' 1 !'-' “■  o.ilubioa oi-Boston r asked the shopkerp-l er, a.-, Mrs, i^rtingioi, ' ‘  1   t er     ....... 0 iv,u stood by thecou»-i  fK t?if V i ? - 3 , r,ie conl 'iisiou tu sec ’C?.’  ¿ tfu:  °W lafc;.; folksdidn’t do so^  ¿¡•»hVn^K ^ p ' s¡ de.s, what an awfül l no:hin f ! w?i n ;MlJ cotton  i 1  takes, to sayl eet «¡i; , ] 1C!Í , awk*wardnes3 when they1 brok-f* ii  0,1 one si 'ie--’ ‘ 1 mean. 1 !  keuMhe; 'jhopk-cqpër, “ ,v 'th e'bustlc.lS j  «lore,  ÉBt'\   

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