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5LUMB II.., ' ...V V' '-( :' ' SAXTA FE, NEW MEXICO, JULY 8, WOO.',' JjJ NUMBER 9 SÉW SERIES-
,, NOTICE., j ; ' , .
nípard buvinz eMainn' letter) of id-
tfation on the Mate i)f Klias T. Clark, lote
i county of ttio Arriba, deceased, all tyrjonir
g chima nnat said ctntc are bgrpliy noti
' iirC'Ciit tlio lame, for allowance before the
le court of said county within one year from
MAK1A JIAHT. CLAKK, ,
fú 15 A X KI N 0 H 0 U S E
V- Oavldtlood, '-- '
nt the Exchange Hotel Building.
Vor 8"v!e. Drift on New Yiyrk, Philadelphia,
. l.nun, hitnta tity So. cto. IP turns toanit.
ClHVAM'fcDl.and Warrants and Gold
t. . ,, . . ,,, ',!,' ' ; i .
' tARaiUE FOE ULE ... .
I have for ante one light Rockawayw ith don
mt harnea (plated) j .made at the' establish'
ment of Dougherty In Kt. Loiiia,'in September
last, uod now in good arder,. rnae jJSiS W.
Alhurqueruue, W, M.
July 3. I860 4t '. C.B. CLARK. ,
m FB WEEKLY GAZETTE
KNUSNT IX ALL TI1IN03: yBUTRAL IN DOTIMNd
COLLINS, - I'UBLIS'liER
SANTA FE, JULY 3 1800 .
iKitiis or THE PAPQ.
PA TABLE tS ADTAXVK WltllOVT IXCEPTIOH.
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r ix inonom.,...
1, ütTfí tttntlm
i'-eut Pi'eiller and Company liavhc rctur-
l from a visit to tlia Pan Juuu tpuntry
i'ly have furnished uu with a copy ottheir
i'limal, extracts from which we to duy put-
ifh. But little is known of the cliaraet-r of
'Sit region and anything calculated to yve
la'ormation in reference to it will bo rgifl
CLmnft, whiiji wm passtd with great diiTicul
tjr, evtry; pction- feetting tompletcly wet:
Delgarito aiiij his- village came up and camped
on ha ,banc opposite m ,
, Mav 4th. Tmveljeil 1 1 miles and campw1
on f.ke western Nutritadcl Chama, the bunks
of which were so miry that wo were compel
led to build a, bridge (gain in order to-got
OTf r. . Cold driuly ruin and snow fvlldurii g
the whole night, ; , : . ...'
May, 5th. Traveled 9 miles to the Nutrirt
del Puerta de Ja Tierra. .Muría. . Five utiles
oast from thin point, crossed the ridge which
divide .Ue waters of the Atlantic from those
of the Parifie...
. Mai 6th. Traveled 12 mllt-s to the Rio
Navajoe.. Crossed without trouble. ,Very
oold. Geese and Ducks abundant.
.! ÜAYjth.T-Treveled 12 miles to Rio Blan-
i,co. round good crossing. Jt is called ty
the tul s Tutta-Dios pa. The name K;o
Riuuco is given it because its water is white,
i Alio ut six miles cast of the river the trail
of the Laguna Cuballos conies in to the left
of our road. i Snow fell during the, must o'
the d'iy. , , , , ' ' ,
;',"M.y 8'th. Traveled 8 miles to the Rio
San Juan, crossed und wont up one mile and
encamped opposite the great hot spring culled
Pagoia. '"At tlio spring we found puro sul
phur in largo quantities. Remained at the
spring all the nexdny. Killed geese and
.May 10;h.' Traveled 8 miles to the Xu
trita de la Piedra Parada, followed, it down
ten miles and ei.cuuiped, Killed l'luirie
chickens. . . . ... . ,r 1
,May 11 th. Traveled six miles tf' the Rio
nvlt " mnd it exi' emhVlj dif!',ull toi.ow.
and temained all night. The strewn aboinds
i with luriíe troute : some that wu cangnt
weiglupg six pounds.
May 12th. Traveled iO miles across a
high ridge down the Xutriw to the Rio de
los Pe&M.'i i.-. . i. '. ' '
r Maí l3ih.-rTfattled 10 miles to the Rio
Florido, crossed ud .bncamjted. , Weather
cold and windy. ! I'-'
!"MAir Mtlii TraTelcdS miles to the Rio
los Animos .' Thin river is called by the U'
South branch ofttie Dolores and cached some j 'ffcifi 18th Raised tmt bl 6' A. M.'tru
pfovisioiis. Went niné miles further op and (volcd eight miles to the PiVlra Poscadbcrt
encamped. Country róurh and no roads. ' 1 wd the divido and canto1 kmn; to tie- Oj
- y.w 52ni Traveled three miles to the j llorlgndo, 12 railes and iioomcif. - Shirted nt
first cioeuini; and had to swim tho fiver on i 4 P; M. and traveled 8 miles' to' tho'Rio
6'ir pnrty consisting of Alh. H. F't'eifle
Jinb Agent, llenry Mercure, Henry Martin,.' tabsWas'atcbe, It is very difficult to ?ro9S
Mexicans and three Utah Indians, oue ja thodargest stream on the road.
whom was Toumche, a chief, left Abiqniu Á MAY l5th. Traveled. 12 miles to the Rio
"PlataV following it up three nu
iril 80th at 12, ,M. oarrying with us t.
I k mtilM and twenty five sheep. Trawlod
miles west to Arroyo Seco and encamped
.. .i.,r(A,t ttnm'hA of Pablo Galleno. At
o'clock at night Delgarito, Chief, and bis.
i-ant came into camp and supped and slept
th us. Ilere werd excellent water and
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May 1st. Trvcled up Arroyo Seco 11
íles to where the water of the Ojo del Na-
joe come in ; here one of the pack mules
into the stream and occasioned a loss oi
our cups: ana wci suu w i yuw.
jnt two miles further to the Ojo del Nava-
and camped. This ipring received its
e from the Indianf .' Jt n related by them
a Xavaioo Indian was watching, from
cliff above the spring, a party of U talis
icinK and approaching too near the edge
Is iirecinitntod to "the bottom, near two
indred and fifty feet. Hence tho name Ojo
ll Navnloe. 1 Good grass and water,
! May 2nd.-Traveled 10 miles N. N. W.,
.tho Savoya, leaving the trail that goes to
iirun de los Caballos to the left and took
le right hand trail to Sicnega do la Sebolla
ich wo found full of water, lure we came
with Delgarilo'i village the Inhabitants of
ioh aeemed well contented. Went 5 miles
Hhof and camped on the Rio Nutria. , yery
lu BrdrrTraveled 9 miles to theXutriU
' . v ' . mm.- nt..nm who an hifrh
ierra siana., iiu buvim . -o-
wlft that S had to build a bridgo;on
etocroBs! Crossed over safe, killed
bears and went m 2 miles to tli R'
1.1 ! :A
k encamped. " In it we caught and hilled
b'eaVdr f found a mineral supposed to be
silver.. i ; '
r íLy . 18th.- Traveled 15 miles to tho Rio
Manf jos. . In tho river sand which wo here
washei we found deposits of gold. , í
May l7ib.Vrravoled 15 miles to the Mi-
trúi do lloloros.- A few miles to the ortu
of this river we diverged from the trail that
fUttako and California.. . A. 12
o'clock M ibassod tho Pala Flecha. .;
May 18t .Traveled 6 milos to the upper
crossing of'lhe Dolores and headed np the
mountain li miles to cut off. the ci5on of
the river aw! wil ped late ut night by a sprtr g
No road andbad traveling. Two of the
Utahs failed A get to camp.-. Saw a large
smoko, supposed to arise from an Utah village
at the . head ot fee Dolores. . . i :
vMay ;10th. lhe two missing LUbs fame
... -. ir. t. J A mil.,.. M llifl fnrli
in luis morinuz. iraveieu u m" - ;r
of the DoioresA Fouhd the approaolt to
vpn Ud mil Bteeo. Three of the
Mexican's did not Cftme to cuxp. '
May 20n. Crok?d the South branch and
BDcamped.'. Tlie rivVr high and bad W cross.
The guard set themountnin on fire the flatnes
from which-spread rapidly in every diieetion
and soon covered tha Jaco of tho mountain
for ten miles. Dug a Wge hole in which t
'place our provisions to keep them from'
destroyed and drbto dtir animals to
bank in tho river to save them f
faéotv! I''";""". -' -1
M21st. Truvelcd Jbrr
horses. ' Weather cold and cloudy,
May 21rd. Traveled 15 oilcsup, crossing
ihe tiviT three times. .Found gold and sea
shells. Snow fell around iis.
May 2-tt'i. Snowed in the morning but
clean-d off about o'clock, - Traveled six
miles up crossing the river twice and killed
deer and beaver. Very cold..
, May 25th. Moved camp three miles np
for grass. Tlenty of beaver. All went hun
ting, j, some gold, some game. Suw much
smoke south in the Tierra la Plata. Abun
dance of snow.,
May 0th. llegan our return by the iarpe
river and traveled IS miles. -Weather cold.
May 27th. .Traveled. 10 miles to our
cache which was found to have been undis
turbed. Proceeded 6 miles to tho forks and
enoumped. Snowed all night and until 12
o'clock next day. Sir. miles from camping
place mot Tamoucho looking for us, who in
formed us that the other party, uuder Capt.
Andres, that had gone up the north fork had
n turned to the mouth where it was awaiting
us... The party had not been successful,
i May 28th. At 10 o'clock all moved camp
together again and traveled down east idc
of Dolores 6 miles. I'o road. . , ljad jjrasn.
Ma-: 29th.- Traveled . 12 miles dú.vn to
the mouth of the Nutria del Dolores, crosiiug
tho river twice.' (loud road. "Fine widv
, . Mv vtV'v "''" '' ( ril''' " !" '
x'i o-A ike Üí;V i.ak and California tra:.
K:;celient ci.uii'!..'. Beinatk. d hero 15 da;
waiting f'V i'.io HvpreMtuca whom vie ,lial
scut to look Lr'the troops! ThoTah Vlán
visited us; Fn tiein' we Icarucddaf they
wero contented, viih tbe wlitea ántl'cre
fighting the Nftinjoos. 1 We exaaimed man;
old villages and discovered carioiitipTlArij
were remr.ius.oi lioasos buill of stone jnd h
the; "shape .of, irts..- ,Thi .wiUs had ui on
them sea, (holla; of very large dimensions
which indicated 'that they hai been creettd
centuries io, , l)uo of the rcty suggested
that they uiightjioatt an prior to that ot
Noah's. Hood, bA all d'.i not ngreo ou .that
nointlliidaeonsultuion with tho-ehiefs
Xcnasnnd Cabe, .illlanea. Their peopld cul
tivate nothing, depending entirely npoa ttlt
ihuse and sfriisneeds for subsistence.
Outhe lStii'.'une the expresses carrs in
reporting that tito troops wero not to lio seen
on this side of G.and Hirer. Provisions be-
iog nearly exluusted concluded to contiuuo
onr journey. Kiised camp and traveled tlx
miles, , :;'.'
Ji-siHih. -.Traveled H pilca to the
Maiumoa where ive wore compelled to rest in
conset-aeticefthe sickness of one of the
men. Í . ' - ' .
:.Ji-k lOtli -; 'raveled ;0 miles to the Llo
Im Animos amlfucimped. ifivcr.very high:
Nonas accompaiVd this far. lloro ve
killed bcawae.i. , .. ,. ,-.,,,.., .!'
, Jc lüth.- r scj, tha í V nnc'1
(uSculty nearly Ut tff0 men íní """V
l.nst two valuaba kuus and soma other arti
cles.' After having crossed, traveled, eight
miles to tho rior;do crossed that stream and
took thepaniih ifail and went ten,-miles to
tho Rio los PiAp; and nooncd. At 5 1 ,M.
started' asaui '' traveled eighteen miles and
' . i .'..l..nL- ot ninlit on the
encamped, at euvcu o w ji.r - "
Piisdvn. . " j '.-,.-.
Inch was rather high -, cros-
.ublebut no loss. ilooned
Ali 4 P. Btarted np the
clcd8ixVeij.B)iks, nd, tn-.rirfjj
Found C'hnms, found'good orostiug and proceeded
eight tniles enea ui ping on the Nul rita; del
Chani'i at o'clock P.M. :' . t
Jcn lOth.-RaiRed camp ot 4 P. 'ill. tn
veled 16 miles to the hill-of Arroyo Seco
down hill two miles to the river Kh'erb! wi
came into out bid trail to tlid 06 del Navn
joe and arrived at Abiquitl at lO'o'cldc'k; all
well but greatly' fatigued. ' l' '! v.'0?w
' ' ' ' " ' PrnfrER' and' Merccri.
, '" 1 A1.VIÍA5IÁ TbLlTl'cé- ,f ;', '!ii .
Got, WiN3TGN,"of Aiub'nran, one of the di--lcgatcs
who seceded with Mr, Tanciy under
instructions, Las tuken tlio slump in tin. t
State against Mr. Vancey and his project cf
"precipitating the cotton States into revolu
tion,'' pronouncing tho whole' Wvcrueut .
"sheer cheat and imposturo and nothing else."
We make a brief extract from ' a sketch m"
his remarks, which we find in the' Mobile
Advertiser:'' : - i,-
"As for himself, ho had beed opposed in
such instructions ;the Alabadla instrticlioDK j
being given, but when he accepted a tru t
under them he determined' to carry-it 'out.
faithfully and firmly, and soy wheñ the"deh
jutiOn retired from tho National ConviAlinu
end set np one of their Own, he went in wit i
them and tried again to get tlic"A1aliAiim
platfora, bot it was no inore Siiww-f rl in
thf Secession Coaventioti thia In the other,
Ai.-A il. nTiot iiitw.i'.il orpiipi-r.
led by t'.ie leaders ofMieceiou uioterueil
to -jlitain aa iiidorscnieni fit inB.jva'ronai
Convention. It was 4 plot te 'pree.ipvtte
the cottcn States into revolution,'1-! Gonlie
nitn might not admit it hero; they might
talk 'jingerly; about It It Wustfliied plainly
i:i Cl: i:hjstn, and meant dissolution 'of the
Catón aod'udtbing else." "
"Tho Governor thought that the secession
movement might nol tit'rti out mnch aftélf all,
aid 14 mlsHt'fiM ho had been 'liallfcoing be
forc'he gol o'uH'bf the'wo'ods The1 National
Democratic parfy' was' tint tilled ' yeti, and
entlcmcn VooM find, 'when this matter was
understood, thé'De'iribcráts cóinln up ' 'fruía
the ewamps, ftdm tlib hills; and from the
piney woods' in such force and atrengtli as to
sweep ell beforo them'. ' Fojr limsefrlio was
not willing io destroy the party to which bo
had always belonged, or Weak 'up " the" rea.
test, anil, With'all its Impo'ífcctiónV the be"t
jovernmcnt tbs world ever saw oft a ' pitiful
abstraction. The doctrino of non-interven
tion was clearly the' '(Vdetrine cstahlifhcd by
the compromisc'measurés' of lS50, and' indor
sed by the people aud 'rcaiSrmed by the Cm
ciunati Convention, and It Was .not jM or
magnanimous w iopuuiuiu
After Gov. ' WiN-sfo.v ' had"fin!slitd; his
spcoch, reeolntlons were adopted donoWcing
the ssceders, flisapproving ui im iviv.y
Convention and calling a State Convertion
at Sclma on the 4tb of June to appoint oclc-
gates tórcproscnl (be Stnto at'Baltimert.
raveled one mile to tho I
d if np ten miles '(o'
'" We understand that then is .'man In t
Country who has moved so often that,
. Pnfred wacron coinés hear his lióuss
his chickens all march up, full on flibirbackf
ud cross their leg's, ready "to b carried to
, . ...... ''. '-'
Uienei;opp.u5; .,!,,,..;.,.,., ,,
' T Dirriiiiso.A country girl rcoent-
y asked a eity acquaintance to go with bcr
to parchase "some Mtlclee1'-.ald to act as
spokeswoman. They entered a store, ana
city gitl asked, "Hive Jon any boseT "I
don't mt h' said th WMtry mnim,