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VOLUME. 5. NUMBER 24. AS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO AUGUST 25, 1877. WHOLE NUMBER 232 BVS1XESS CAHni -ATTORSEVS. J C. STAUL'P, Attorney nt Law. T.i rri Xrw Mexico, "J II. KOOGT.KIt, A ttorney nl I.asr, . Verat, Xete Mexi.o, f?" Oiflpe n Tur. Gazktti'. ImiMins. J OCI3 SULZIIACHER, At ionic y nt . Verjm ,Vn Jifiic'o H'ill practice in all Mm eonrfs nt' nv and eouity In tha Territory H i -i 1 attention riven to the eollee.tlon of ciaon and reno'l-topps promo'ly made. C3 V. S. Commissioner - Xolanj Public. M,:l riavix w. sin,!.''. Attorney A Counselor at I.nw, Cimarron,. .Vac .Vriiro, VTill practice In n't the poor's of the lrt lodicinl I strict of New M"icv., and will eive sfict at tention, and mike pronmt returns, ofnuy busi ness intrniled to his care. gTDXF.YA. IIUnnF.I.L, Attorney at I air, Ll TVjíl ffVO'lipe at neside.uce. Mexico- rp B. CATltOX, Attorney nt Law, JdinM ft,, Will rn-ictl'-e in vt tha courts o'( T.iv and Ivmi'v In the Terri'orv. E-peci-il afootion r.ivon to tha rotlection of claims and remittances prompilv made. TP r. CON'VAT, Tno. p. TVof", Süvci CÜV. Santa Fe. roNWAY ft mrQrrc, Attnrnryn nt I.ntr, Vin'n Fe t Sirer r-'f;, ÍVw Jfcriro, pi-iinn r rtri ? i tti ciicn to t'l nosi'icn in th" 1;"0 nf tticir nioi'f-i ii nil the court- in the Tor. i t..ry. TM liiiirnix, Attorney V- t'o:'ne1or nt Law, Xnntn Fit .. Mexico. Will nra.-tlep in all the ponrts nf t'c Territory. Pv."vi ct'tl'i" c-'-'f'i ' . .itMaiviic-- In Vine ot hi prole.iiion l;i nil the eo'.irts of New Meico. A M01iKIOX, (nniiiclor nl ! nw, La Fryit, . .. ..Yete McricO: Pi-actm" in a" tt-e Pr.hae ard .Tpipeol the reme courts. (-o11tv.(n mide and relied noun. lmi"-iv'i' nr n'itti' r-. ule Orrtcr.: At Ihe atore n( ( 'ha. llt'll, IVbltc Scpia'-P j ayxoi.ds r.itos., FTenl-.rri, f.ai Vlitii, Xtw Mexicn, Ttmlsio. In alt Its brinc'ies Fefer to Koi sTzr Iit '., ew York. rtfi'KS. QITY n VKKIiV. I. out Vnlentinr, Trorrletor, Mmn,...lft.W tiwtid St....I.ai Vtijti, X, M. T!i l('t Vni'l ofTtren1, C'll.-e", l'ie,pt" , nl vonhiiml. endevi'iy min Inkon to fill till releva promptly . R.uirr. f AIMlKIl SIIiiF. A. Maro, Proprietor. "ttavinr ami b'ir enttlr", "t' lniiin-iint? pml atr'tro,inE' infl 'vim' i'o"o to orHcr, in ft'e room forniPrtv n-piipicfl lr A l.tti:ulie. cn Hie rorth-enft side of Hie I'ulilie. Sipiiire, l.at Yeqf .Vete Mtrien. í' All rh".i' of n-nrli In Ivilr v ', hair Jewelry, nienii'iitof , e'e., dune to urrirr. Ciitrrxrrni. puAXKo;ii.N. rprnter, Ittillrter and f'ontrnrtnr. V9i A'fw Mexico. Material fiirni.Pp,) and work iV.ne in n work manliko mnnrr. Ant) at f'hnpijnr Bute. Ihan anv other e t-.MM'm-i.t n " p ..ea. tT" ho, on .nth Seroicl St., two donra won h of t azc.tte oiri''e. DOCTORS J 11. CL MMNt.ll M, M D., llumeopathlr ritynicinn A Rtirjeon, .Vete Met Will prar. K the northern eotintlei of the lemtorv. i ii slti ix. Rentlst Oeut:.f, " JrOFATMIi: l'HYM. 1?" Ie itli-trr and "..iilr.ry a '."einlity. rtintt em etHvt ' illrnl trp,',,,,.,,) n) nlIr hand tfi!e in net l iiiM ie Se -ond M. - -. 1 11 . . i . , j i.'om.s. II CUAVFtltl, Itaa remerrd with h f-ml!r and household (ucd, to take charge of the Hotel and Maje afntlon, fP'll9 ...XtvMrxko Formerlr under the nrotirleti.rh!n of Cer-e Qrrvt. The new pr.o.nct .r I. a- refnni lh ami refitted the hon-e muí la prcpT'i n entPiNin trTl-rain the Wnl manner. Thi" p'-ee will l e n esiing latiop on the tag ront. Offo. ana' btl u larcinmodat'ons. J.TS7.VESS CAP.DS.MERCUAXTS. (:i:zi:l.uiiow$iu, Bcaler in General Ierehn;idise, Puerto de Luna, AVto 3'exice, t. r.Minlry produce unit catllo r eoived lit n nient. NPERS XK I.SOX, Cenev'nl Merelmnt, Anion Tli'po Xpw Mexico. ITus enntantly on lntnd a irer.ernl nfnortment of iiipreliati'li-c, whicli ha sella at lower rates than tiny ilvaler in town. Tlo lmva wool, hiiiea ni'.il iielt-i, and pays the highest niuvket prii'C. :í Also keepa a Feed Sr-ilile for tha acoonio dation of ti-.ivelers, (Jive him u c ,ll. 2G Q II. mouui:, Iicnler In General Jlerchnnrtise, Puerto d! Luna, Xeto Mexico, ''Von',, TT'i1p!. Peltry n"d a'l l;!nd of Cotinlrv I'rndnrc taken lu e anpe f r Goods. J.K' LIXTZ&CO.,- Denlers In TTooI, AND PÜRCHASIXG AGENTS FOR MCUCHAXTS, m Xorth Third Street .HI. Louis, Mo. CPIFGKT.ISIRG R!!t)S., tVhoIea!c A- Retail Srerehnnt, Santa Te,.'. .Veto Mexico, Merehants thrmrhotit the Tevr'torv "'II find it to their ndv intiijre to nil n this Fiiiporinni iic'jive roiee Fnt, rn their poods me especially iiiliiiWrd n tlijv murkel. PMSTrrt. v. UAKVinr;, A Cac!i, riot'se. l?;.-. md !riianen!,il ia ixir.R. f,- Vena, Xev Mexico. t.iMi'ii, Fn'seidntr, í i 1 1 ! Gliizinir, t-irlili'i:' , f'-ilriivuiv, V-,wr ITu iri-i;-, e'c. AIo -"'Ne I piiiiil.-, eilí, lini he-, pullv, ea'., on h""d for sale. Slion on t.p norlh-eat eomer of the plaza. TIXXKP.S. T(-i:i.I FA PA, Tixxr.it, Las A'tin Mexico? All Uleda o( Tin. omrr. 7.ine. and Shcci-iron ware done to ord.ir. Tin Rnofincnml itoiitinc a Speelnlty. rA, Shoo Xorth-Fiat fnrner oi Plaza, in the Mipie! Humero liui'diof. RESORT TOR INVALIDS. I.ocaltd six miles nort'.i of I.a.s Vfgos, X.M. ! 1 he p!i';e - ri'pertt'r"r Informed !ht Miv. H. It , Diivli, Pro: rie'res, lri." ! l ow ntnvi'e aeeon niudalioti j lor Invalid-' nod pienn'ie ! Seeker-', ie the Hotel as well j. it P. itli rii pariineiit.s. 'I ho l wahTsof the Hot firhijr, ' hv earefiil anal y St?, arc I knon r to eon ain a lame , qnimtitv of iron, si:ll!-nr Ii i'l i titer minernla. held in olotion pt n tenioevatere j1 of l.to decrees, reinlerin;? , Ihein th ipf.ive to he valn i pille e'iratpe nrioits tur tlioeaPlieted will) rhenni'i , t'-m, neii ra Itri'i, cntiine u iidi.pisp, dpi anrrpnipiit if 00 the kidneys, Madder, n"d 1 liver, etr'. 'Ihe eenerv!! nroit'd tlie nei'j-hl'orhood is delijih't'id, and thi pitron-! 1 njre of the rnhlie U res- I V etfillly mliellid. 'I o- gAiiCEL KOHX, A'.ir; vide of the Public Fqmre, Lai Vtgut, . A'e Mexico I'ay (be Ilifbeil Slarkct I'rlcra for w vr vc iqi ooo j, w v w o u o i, V WW W O u O ( J, H V V IV O O o i 1, U H WW (I ti O I. W W UO'-t OUU Li.LM. HiM:. 1T.I.T?, HOPES, FLUS, Etc. J. II SitolT, II. I). Ü. V. bTKtui.Ng. J. II. bllOVT 4c CO., 1)7k.ViV Rda'd Deiler in n it v 9 "rn T.d'TS. an dir.ed lelnet dnt. d-it?" nx'dieiee drnr. and rnedieiees dr-iftai'l mel'eine ilrnr and noM'elnO d-rr k me llpinfl dmr. red:ele dr"Tat;dt!ie'lrtne dniff. me''ieine Aran t m:d'e!ne Ante B'-H medteina dme and PMdeloes dnie. an I ni' dieines Hroff'.drt'ra.doied'eioe d ii'Tdn'!ra'id medieinea flrnpdniKilnig and medicine rj. Tnr Medicinal Liquor lwys onhsnd. Jd Lit Uoti, '. .Ve Merieo. 4 2heo. Wagner,.., .Proprietor, North-EMt Corner of Tlaz.a., Let Vfgat .XewMcxico It This Ilon.-e ha been ' thoi-piihly ru.iited and frrc.-.lly eiilaiid, to Jiieel the re i niremeiil.i of lee tmiu iiiiiiiher of ti'iivuhntj ami : T ::: r :. :l: 1 :: s :: T :: K :'; v. hü arc imv vi.-iiiiig ilii.i Metion of cuiiLtry. 'Hie ey he t of iireonirnuilalioiia til' ol.ej'Li.1 at lliid Hotel fur Ki.iii mid p 91 a iiOt'N'7 1 i'I'i.ty rrrovioKn ap.e M.H 'AYSTIIH TAIil.I' wrni xii i: i!KT ni a r tiiií ÍAKKET AI l'OKUS. TAl!!.i:.S' AiíK I. WAYS Tiors'ii in.i j piivinKi) WITH I JJ; ', TAT TIIKMAKSLT AFFOliliS. K. s t'v ' V 5 Arettuclied to the Hotel, which are supplied Willi the choiee.-! qualities of liquor and cigar. Regular ImaHer. with or wlttmnt lodt-iafs, w ill be apronmiodnted hv the week, or month, af the lowest posslh'o rates. V.x eellent ataldea rn'' enrra's are attached to 'he Itoiel and feed and fnrara r.onvtanily on band. 1 lie iatiu:iage of the pub! ic 1 KESFECTrULLT SOLICITED. gas .? :zcUe. 1. II. KOOUI.EK, Editor. KEW 5IKXICO. XXVI ' liesliles the seíerii principtil cities and towns fclre.nJy nitr.ticr.cd in tl.ia scrius, tl'.ere ave mane more villages, Indian towns country pluces, former fronlier st;tUaineutB and military posts in New Mexico, ench of which hut an interesting history of i'8 own. If we hti:l t our (iispoea! the archives, or trdi'iot)s, oft'Bch of these, wa might from now mail doonisiifty, coniim-.c ti weekly dv'Sorijdioti of the (lui ntrs mid pi ivulions incurred by their eitiiy setllers; how they name in possession of their town sites; hy royal decree, Mexican grunt, or actual poS- set sioa liy setiletnent; Low dispute followed d fpnto in the division of tracts alloied; how, when thie were iirriiii''e,d to the sntisl'sciinn of 1. 11 eoiicerncd, either by nr biir .tion among thennelvea, or by Congress as in the case of tbel.as Vegas Giant cl iimid hy two orij;ir.iil grantees, where oilier flouts weie assigned to one p-.rty, the othtr keep ing tiosrersion of the disputed hini's, I lie whole popiilution were ciiüed lo arms by tho common foe, the red men, to defcr.d their lives mid pn ptrly; linw hundreds o he f T nnr iuanY.t.itits ' died, pierced by lances or arrow.-; in their besieged place?; Iig'v thousands of sucklings and young chiolflil) WÍI8 CAItüIE!) INTO CAniVHY, Tn dip. a martyr's death, or live to mature age us a child of the fuirest and plain; many in ignorance uf who they were, whern they c.m.ti lYcm, or of what parentage. Cut, in onier not to litn out the puiietice of our readers wo will, for the prefent, supcnd the ileseiiption of each separati ly ntmed ph.te and, in its 8'oaH, recall some of lh? inte rfisling iiicidenis upon the s'.ae of life eti'icted in Xcr Meiico. dji'ing tha outis.ntnfss. Uj the summer of 18C1, fhorlly after ll.c i.evs nan renciivu n.ia jeni.cy timt mi j'm.uvio ..Mate's no-. ux.iii.k.ij' innLII up arms n ttn uir. t the Union, headquatters of the 5th U. S. Infantry then at Tort Fuun leroy. now cr.llud Fort Winghtc receivid orders to cease the ctmpa'pn egainst lie Navi j j lndirttis, which Major and Urevd Cul. ('aiihy, of the lClh infantry, who had arrived lure (luting the month of July lcilit), after crossing the back h ine of the llocky M dii n t ii i riR t;ear the head waters of the Ilio Grande, in eonniiHiid of the whole of I he fjih Infintry, in char9 nfCnpt, end iirov. Ct I. Clniptnan of ti. Co., c l'th tt re gimetit, ll. whole of the "lh, in chr"! of Ma r I.yátis, and two companies of the lOili regiment, had inaugurated so vigor Dtisly during the winter of 1 SOO-fil . MiJ.ir Husm-iI. Cot. c f Co. Sih Infantry, cotntiiatidii g t! e regiment, with Lieut. Dnv. Iko'.herlon as regimct.tal adjatunt, thei eupen - d JlMI'XCtD TnE MARCH '" A Htuq'ierq'ie. Mot of the Antericatis then living in Southern New Mexico, had proclaimed in (avor of tha South and aided nnd abet'td Col. Bcaler, rf the Tesas llanoerr, who bad laken up his hei.d quart eis in tli.it section, and Mejor Lynns felt q'iite uneatiy r.t Fort Fii'more, li-lt w Ltii Cruces. One express after enotber reach ed him thut Ihe Texntis, in force wire reary to itmrcb upon him, and he nt last conclu ded timt, ''he, v.hu don t ficht and runs awav, will live to figTit fipolher di:y," and so ordered the I mops under him to evacuate the: post and march towards I'ort Stniiton. Our townsman, lt. V. linautr, who rat then Filth r, or post trader, of ccuTte did not wuht to ptay there hlone, so he also packed up and left, leaving mo?t t.f Lis gone in ( haige of another .parly, a ho guar J...M it so wt I! that cur friend Kncuer never s;tw them njiin. Ii was a ".d a.id pitying eight to fee the troops pass the Orgau Xlountain. For icrrral de.ys previous to tli evacuation nearly Ite whole garrison had slept upon ihtir urirs. Most of the ptovitions on hand in the cominssarr wero stowed hwny in wagnr.s already, but several boxes of Hospital Brandy and barrels of Conioiiefary WbirStey were tobe left behind and, of course, first one, llieo another. TO (I TSTI', thn a orink, at lust filled tht cat Iceni, and had to march next day. without a drop of water, ovr heavy (and and a long ilretch uf dry road, lo camp at San Augustin Pprit g. 1 he head of the column had ar rived at their first day's destination eaily in the adernooi ; I nl hardly had the camp been laid cut when horse men were seen coming down the mountain, behind the springs. It turned nnl that they were Te xatm. in charge of Col. Healer, who came in to hate a parl"y -:h llaj'ir T.yank. Afier representitif tnat the main force of the Lone Star Iroopj bere "tip jonder," ready to 6bt and ain!i.iila the federal . troo s, should their commander refuse te turn over bis aword and the arms of those under him, a council of war was held. Se veral of the officers of tbft regular army, being EOuthernly disposed on account of their nativity, of course consented to be ttoken as prisoners ot war, and soon there after Mi jor l.yans ordtred Chief Bugler Ober'e to "sound surrender," Oberle was hronght tip in the army as a bugler; he lov ed his adopted country and the stars and stripes that had given him employment and promotion and therefore rather unsohlierly like responded: "I never was taught that, call; and even if I would know it I be G d d n if I blow it." and to evade being cal led upon again to "Bound surrender," BMASnt'D HIS ltUGI.K over the wheel of tha nearest wagon. '0 im panies fall in," was then ordered, and this dona "steck arms," was the next command given and nearly a thousand men surrender ed ai ms, baggage and provisions to about 1Ó0 Texaii8. Seme of the cavalry men of the "Mounted Rifle" ran for their horse, threw on their saddle, nnd most of them woul l have made good their escape hut for the cowardly action of their superior who ordered them to stop and turn over. A lew reached Fort Craig a few days after wards in a sad condition; 'heir horses given onf, and themselves alnfost dead from hunger, thirst and fungue. For many hours afier that struggling tcauis and men on foot in wagons nnd on hors'back arrived to letirn of their sh me. One plucky inli.ntiy man, coming down the hill u taw miles from eiiinp, selling stiaddlod on his fieldpiice, w-as met by a fw rangers who ordered him to "get of!' there and surrender this cannon, Mi j or l.yans has luriied ocr tho whi.le ouu'il." The temporary artillery mr.n laughed at ll'.em, nnd tiiit king perhaps that bin fellow strni'glers would a d him in his effol!?, nnsweiel, "uver thiill this hi-to piece be turtod agtiinst the Nonh asking 1 have life in me and hands to defend it. But poor felluv.! Le q'lick'y fell off the CIJ pic20, r.iDDi.tn by ni'i.i.ETS, to di) for hU country by the roadside Mi jor l.yans and his men Were matchcJ bnck to Mesilla; and-then scttt up to Ft r Cr..ig Willi otily eitmiuh arms to keep guard V Leu the uieti reached Albuquerque, each carrying otily a slick, the regular troops arid volunteers stationed there were kept bad; only by almost superhuman tffurts of their officers from stoning Major Lyons and such of I he oilier officers, who, either through cowardice, or treason to the government who had rduch'ed them at ihe nations ex pense, had helped to advice n surrender, i'bfc who'e force had orders to ("di'.inue t'.ieir maicli to the States, whi te they wtrc kept doing garrison duty on the fronti r in Michigan until relieved froai patrol. Col. Lor'ng had left the Department of Now Mexico, leaving thereby Col. Canby in command. One of the officers then atution ed in New Mexico its paymaster wns Major l.or.gstrect, He resigned end was furnitb ed tratisportation to Fort Blits. Texa. There he turned over ambulance, mules and nli the funda in his hands, wi.h a clean ht.larcfi she t, saying: ''Altliangh circtini st .tres have forced uie to he henceforlb a fop, the Government ot '.he United States cha! have no cause to say that I am not a petitleman," Ii deed he was one of the many who I ft their posuinu of I rur.t and honor wtthnu blethibh to his character other than that be thought to bo ON THE lir.UT HIDE. Vo'unteers were railed ou and nearly four thousand men formed themselveí into five volunteer regiments. They were under the lollowing (dicers Ut New Mexican Vola. Col. St. Vrain who soon thereaf.ir res'gn ing left his command iu the hands of the renc.wt ed Kit Carson, The second under Col. Manuel I'iuoj the third under Ccl Grtliego.s; Ihe fiurth under Col. Ditgo Aroh'.ilet, atiJ the fifh under Col. Ben. Bol erts, Copt, of Mounted ll.fks. Most of theie were conoeritratir g brouud Forts Craig and Uiiion. The wiu'.tr of I6'il-C2 came along and the volunteer com pkiiien, composed p-ostly of native Mexicans with here and tbera an American German, freothmnn, or other foreigner, ns commis sioned o.Tic?rs or tioncoins., had ample time to be instructed in the rules end regulalioi a of war end manual of armi. Ujr friend Capt. Mink, of Anton Chico, was then as signed to march iih his compsny down the river, along the Jornada, and lcli the enemy. Bad luck Lad it th:.'. the Confi-der-a'.e Fcouts in the vicinity learned of Lia whereabouts and one fine morning he found himxtlf surrounded. Though trying lo make Lia men cut thenuelves through, Lis efforts were of no avail, and after losing several men and horses in killed tnd wounded, he sr.w that (he odd were against hioi and he therefore rurreodered and was kept prison er of war a long time before an cxtl.a-ge was prauled. We will leave the record ff the CatiW ct Yl VardeTT-TftTfivi: (( out uext week's sue. Konora AITnlra. The gboat "Mexico" arrivad at CjUr. mas, with Generals Iluerta and Pe ql)er4 and four other generals, four colonels aufj 200 troops. Our correspondí ..t iars ij,c j are sai l to have come to arrange for SOu, new elect'on, Ac , in tha State cf Sonoi-a. As Sonora has had her elections, the legit, lalure being in session and it having de clared General Mariscal constitutional gov. ernor and inaugurated Liui. and declared General Serna ' vice-governor; tho State Supreme judges elected, asd all subordi nate officers appointed in fact the whole Stale government constitutionally organized is it not lili sly Gen. Iluerta can do anything beyond approve what has been done and command tho federal troop in the State. No one yet knows what the power he is clothed iu by the general' government. Citiztn. Attoiny for the prisoner "Your Ilonoi , we call for a jury in : hid case and ask for a continuance till to-morrow afternoon." His Honor "Very well; issue order for jury and tet tho case for 2 o'clock to morrow aftemoou. ''Prosecutor or clerk (in a whis per to his Honor) "The Beds piny the !3o.-toiiB to morrow." His Honor ''Hum! hul Wait a moment. The court finds, ou gluneing over the docket, that it lias other du'ics for to morrow afternoon that will render lint hearing of the casa at that time ah! unsatisfactory (yes. unsatisfactory ta a g od word), and therefore the case must wait until 3ome time next week." Great is the ua ionul gnm Citw.iitnaly Comnw cial. Ceilatii p .riien in Santa Fc, tho I'ionee)' says, want the south bound coaches to leave Kl Moro nt uibt, i.iste ad of in the morn ing. as nt present. Tho objict is to make close connections with te trains and thus hrit g the si uiln rn mails through some 12 hours etrlier. The rioneer says this would defeat the ol-j ct aimed at, as the trains art ofien behind time in reaching El Moro, and r.j the coach starts on time the mail would remain at I'.l Moro until the next evening, thus making 43 Lours beltvccu mails h common thing. The ft. Louis Glolt Democrat was in spired by the recent convention in Maine lo institute this sort of comparison; Maine, which gives 10,000 Republican nn.jonty, and where the principal crcsare ice and granite, puis up f.t)''0,000 cans of corn, much of whicli is shipped to Mispoup, which fcives fiO.000 democratic majority, ato which Las a soil so fertile thut if you slick a shoepeg ic, the ground you can raise a crop e,f boot-tier the next season. A fertile soil is not the ou'y luiug necessary to eotihtimte n Slate. rx Tli'i new postal arrangements with Per, siu, tint Argentine Republic, Greenland, and the Danish colonies of St. Thomas, St. Ctoix and Sl Jean, go into effect Sept. 1. The letter rate will be tea cents per half ounce for prepaid letters and fi ficen cents per half ounce for urpa'd letters; postal curds four cent euch; newspapers not ovir four ounces in weight four cents each. Correspondence fir Greenland should be forwarded toexchangq ofKco at Chicago or New York; 'ot ihe ether Cuaatiiti tatx change offco at New York. a A few day ago a letur carrier, connec ted with one of the New York pottrffiee Ma lions asked jermission for leave of abtenro in order that ho might bury a dead relative. The request was granted, and Mr. Hufcti Gardner, Inspected nf Station, meeting the carrier on Wednesday, asked Li:n when Li relative was to be buried. "On next Sun d y, sir," enrwered the carrier. "But how will you keep tho body so long in this hot. weather'."' a-ked Mr. Gardner. "Oh, tL isn't q'iite dead y t," wan the answer. IIK- The lonely lady from St. Ilclier'a who h.is me de such a enHliou i,i Loudon t y her beauty was asked (he other day whether her head .i not a liltle turned by so much homage, i o which the made answer like a litlie woman: "Oh. dear no: they rome up lo ti o dm g no 1 n ik to be introducid, and then they go uway, mil f hear them n 'I don't are to very much in her after all, and I dare say she's a perfict fiol.' I can't be so very much set up al'erthat. i.ow cao 1?" It i denied that Mr. JeiTetson Davis, in his furthcoming book nn tl.e civil war, ch irgca ii pr ii Gereral Jopb Johnston the ri spncilulry of th failure to pursue the f.-il'-ti.l IuiciS into Wai-Lirgtoii, alter Bull Run. The Trinidad Isomer publiehed a sttp p'emenl la-t w- ek, in order lo get in a dci crption of a rain slorm, in that town, on the 15th instant. It came near washing away the I ole outfit. - Newspaper cwrtesip in Chicago: 'That unb'iiihirg thief. Jo eph Sledill. Tim'. 1 bi iticonparhble oiJ thief. Vr. V Storey Tiihm.t. The Yur Fttind advertie liqnri under tee t.tie of desert doe era.