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VOLUME 6. NUMBER 1G.
LAS VEGA.S, NEW MEXICO JUNE 29, 1878. unmr mttit dim) rpti iiwijPj lmjim nnii -.id b; sf.vE .., f .iids. 13 d d rl - ;x xta "7"i,lclo, tllumrii al l.uu. .t-WiV, nr Vrxicn. Will nrnRtHi m nil Hu- Conru of ih" Territory. S 5 I'milllil '.itloiC inn given In :tll titi-iue. in thi Una of thulr prufcmlon in all paru uf New WM. liliKl.ni'.S lll-Nin L, w U.no Attorae-i mi Law ti PetiM ítem Vrria Olflce ni l in: I i .-.r.Tir. building Lioulfl ftulailviOheir, Atftoraej at Law. L-t T7i Aw UmiVo. Will nrnefiee lit all ttie Court ol Law mitt Kciti i? In the Territory. Bepeo.lul at ontinu given tu the rvl lection nf a'atma and rcmttt'ini'ea prompt It m i In, V. j. C-n-lniatlan'r S; Vota Public M33W"fBS"tfcSHISLri Atlornrji nt Lmr, t'aton, T. tTtrCliOl rmnhi, KCUt .Vcn N?vn W. Wi'lls, Attorney an I Counselor at i.iit, Cimarron A'eio Mrriro. w'-'i prne.ttre In nil the Court of the Pint Jndt Olal Wi'i.Tlol nl Ven Mexico, and will give strict attention, .and make prompt returns, of on; búa Inea.. ontmatcd in lo- o ire. SYDNEY A. H'JBD'iCLL, Aitarney nt Lawi l,n l'íjai, MM VtüiYa. Ofll 'o at li" idóneo. T. b. o atio:j. IT. s. Attorney, V". T.T:Dh:íTjN. Catron ts Tliorii'ioii, A.ttorna-re at Law, S'i'i.'nfc ttewiiuito. Win practice In nil the Cntirta ihronghottt tin' Territory. Rmliimi promptly attended to. On ni itriber ni' the firm :il raya to bo found at nlllo.n in Snnla Ko. J.S . P. R'.SJUE. rdivei i'üv. S mi l I 0 COírW'AT & EI3QUE, Attorneys at Law, So iUFf ,iud Sifcé . . Vr-e Mr;-ica. I'rnmnt attention privón lo nil business in Hie line ol' their prole. log in all Cqurta of the Turritory . an. m vin or. s rs a; is m rsz Couaeelor at Law. n ftfitfi. vii' Ueafce. PmMoei In all Ilia Probate and ,1 utlcc of the l'e we 'lotirte, t lolloel ton nurlfl Mid relied lin rei. II 'joiita ir" nrom ii I r on la (j.lire nl tin sc ! of t h !. I (feel, Pub i' s ni i fe, W. ti. O. Grnrmor, t'iri'iií'ílr al Kaw, F,t rjt, ..,.'. ' ft'ne Mexico X' mi ttim ii ipeotalt ttiRtitUtucea prontntlt vi-lo gtt ii 4 v A' .'. v n.irijl.ia Drothwrfi .frf fegit, .Vein Mexico Betklnfl in Ita branchea Holer to Kountse Jtroa, Nv York, mnrRs Burlaw v tn;. Rhavlnjc Rtiil '..in Rutting, ah iiuitooing ami unit tli'eaaltw nl ivl i ir 'I me lo nruf, uu thouorth-vi-. si o- oí i be I'nullc -iin.ii u, I. 'is Vegttt, Ktw Mexico rf a i isla -r o work in hair wlga hair jtwelrr, nWfnanl'na) etti., ilotieln n'i'r. CARPEN WHS, t'.ir;i" .i iv r. Batlster ana Contraetor, Im Vtgat) hew lletieu. M itui i 1 1 fur i i -in: l and work done in ai work ni tuliki' ntiiiimn', And at Chnapor Rates Thn any other sal ibMatrtneni in the town Ihonon Soulh t'aeilln Dtreut, netrJ. il Tonta' RutAhor Shoo, ;)() inns J. M. JanninceHitm, M. I . lam t h le Pkalelaa ami Wara;eH, !M riega", .Vcw M xieo win praetiee laall lha aorthern aoantlea of the 'I trrll iry nii'Dr.'Tiio P3f3i n, av. JJtntiitrjf nni Ocularu Sotcialtia. Pttlenti cm oxno.rt kllltul tree mental onr hn.l t)(lor i i now hiiiWIiK, s..iiii I'arlflr HI HOT LI, A-. H.C1ÍA.WP3RD, Ptoitletor uf tha I lt I anil Siir,. Si. iiion, ftayslla, o Mexico, It ivin r I Italy rafuraialie I and relltted Uio ii man I I no .v pre mv 1 1 eii'on tin trarelera in Inu baati un í in- TiiMHlaee l an eilint atatldn on the i o ri itr. lii.nl HMk .tu. I -s a c niini . il in hi itCXCtlAXTl. A. ' riUHlnohowaki. rmlr.-.lii tJon rral tHkaalbfi ' i irío J" I. ni-, ye Mexico. "'nitrj Pi i.l ipy :i 1 1 CitttlC recvitvi in Mat . An lors Nelson, aaeral Mereliani, tl n r m mih n i hanl a (I ra a-nrtmeiil tf M irith ni llio. trkl.iti ho aulla nt lower ratea fon my dealer lii tovr.i naluyaVTnl, Hnlta mi l ran-, tad uiyi ihihlfhn t market prlee. AUo kyeni a rea I aili for the aee inn ln lleVortt'aTtTeW (litre hhna nail, 3a m m m ii m m mm a : m Ueilrr In lion nil Mhawalla, Ptttrto at Kuita, btu Mexico, Wool, II; lea, Peltry, and alt Un U of Outntr) I'roiluet taken In eaalianae forfl io., r. W.kVox, w. nsBsTT Konrtn r i kítck, iiaatrra in tu i , ... or erekaMaHae, Ailmi Chico, -V. ir Mexico, ( irrnli. t ililc and K injr ,f"in MiIimI fete in rj-ii i . 1 i.i Wjot aire Rldea 4fH-íWl la Oeullnt r U.VTKRS A. P. Barrier, COACH, HOUSE, Si ON ft. ORNAMENTAL Aetü Mr. viro. i.il.linr, Keacoíeg, 0ralntnpfi Glaainir, M.irbl Iiut, Cnlcimiiilnx, Hauer Itanging, olo. Also mixed piinN, ml., bruabea, puit', etc.', on hand fur aale, SAUDLtRS. OEO. CBOXFOBD, Madiller nni Httrneiii Makor. Las Vega) New Mtxico BhiiU in rif.nt Mar Htiva' Slnt-c M'tmifuctiiver mi'l Dcilcr tn it i torn ta Stiíldleí hiiiI ltd in1-.-. Retntl ot hU kiiitls promptly 1 me tn ivMer. Ail wnrk gur nteoH noi tn hurt the uiihnulü muí prices lower thiu elsewhere. TINNERS, Felix I tin, Z'.v Vegrtfy JVew Mttyico, All kiu'U of Tin, fn;p(M', Z'nc Ajld Shoot-Iron AV. tic ilnift li i.l' (it. nrin n o o Ans anil Upon ting n Wikrlatty. i w ill furn it'll und pul on tin roots forftlt. WJ per ff(tmiüt ImIiiic oho hunlrett tiUivc feet, I wurrmii my work. 'I'm will l.i-t throe Htnofl m htw as iron roof, it is nl! in one ptecu auj clow iv t Hcltllll rtltut. It oo In fun In- inn on iumv 1 fit, ii ii.! thus in ehcnporth'ii Iron, it will vo jiiuc1 mm third Icia Rqnatvi tn covet u bull linu'. ah iron must linvt- uotwiilerable pitoh tn mttko ii r"nl roof. Trj my piteen ami work. ,s!in;i nn North-K ll C riHJl of IMuza, in the Miifuel Romero bull'll tr . J. H. Shout, M. D. WHoloaale anil Retail Doalor Drug3 ana1 Medicines. J.ns Vegc ííew Mexico, All cl:i' BQ8 of fine li'i'iirs conatanlly or haiin, ÍSÍDÓR STERN, A cení for Taussig Brothers I Co,, St, Louie, Mo., will pay the highest CASH PRICES For Wool, I lidos. Pelt, oto. The Tecolote Store AND Y, K Forage Agency OF David Winter nllZi Tecolote, IT. IVT., Is always ntpplied with a pood ns aovtment of Oetieral Merchandise, and having a large corral, good ttable, anil abundance of jot age on haiid, offers the lir.it facilities lo the traveling COWM unity. 10 11MS GEO. P. HOWELL & CO. s RELECT LIST LOCAL NEWSPAPERS. Many paro anhpiae h' li-t In 1 o eontpoaed nl t llii.iP, low piieed newapaiera. Iba fuel is quite otlterM i. lho( atnlugueatatea ex nal y wii.it me naptirii are, U'hen on ñame X a pn par ii primed in KUI,L i ai L TTPK, a I in eveti liiafauee the BKT mr or in the plaee. When printed In t'APl i.isim ihe om.v ii -por in ino piare W'ion printed in Romau let h is ii i, na her the heal nor ih ni paper, lll! II-II '1 II V II VOr L I M H 1 I.IIO. Ill.tU Clll:.llllill,r I the iietnvae ihepopnlatlon of ererj loww and mío cu, n. .inn ni even pa nor, 1 1 Is Nd'I a " PKll ' 1VK 1.1 t IT IH NOT A ('HEAP l.l.vr. Al the loot of the Catalogue for i noli stnii the important lowna which aie H 'f ...... i"i lii the lial nre o i I uei ita I. IT Ii A HO ENT LIST Thernl - ehargetl i r n ivurtb big re barolv nne-tltih Ihi u4bfinheia' teheitnlo. The iiricr for one Inch four wfuk m ibc enl re llai i- SSSS, i he r gnlar ratea 'if the i iiiri nn ni" Mine ppnrc un. i i ino drena,. i l .".1 Th s Hsi Inelnde uro n wiiaprr "i M'hirh I6S aie i-o.-d ItAll.v and nor i WEEKLY. Iln-.i nn Incited In M0 different eitiea anil law na, of whlen 'i are state Cappa ta, 8tS planea u lover 11.000 noptllntios, and til I Ciiunlf sea a, IJS'ls 8KXT N Al'l'l.li v TKl, Aiblrea, IJK'l p, HOW KM. A C0 ' NKWmPAPKH ADVKH1TS1XU Ul'ltKAU, 10 Vpruee gtrool (ITIntlng lloune q j, M V. KR7 x " Vi. eanvaaalng for the u ' Plrealdo Tlaitor Term und Outlll i no Aadreea r. o. VicKEHEY, Angnaii. alna. -jus-iy ITr Till': "MATcDLRSI" t WOOD TAG PtÜG TOBACCÍI is un; F1XBST PLÜÍ3 rOhAVCO IS THE W0KLD, Kaehplurhaaa wnud lag, with "Matcmum V. T. o, ' ' mi II Tin: riOHMal WBACC i n !l-ly Kew lork. Ib. -ion, fhi safé nnom Uisllless mi r.'II) elllfttirtt ill. hhn '" I"'1' day made by ULiJ 1 nnv worker of el (her an'. rl(fht in i luir own localities. Partí pilars nml samples, worth n;,, SPI)t 'ree. Improve vaiur spurt' time tit this h isincv. Aildre.-s Stion fi Co., Portland. Maine. 2H7-ly ER'S HO rid DJJ. Theo. Wagner, Proprietor. aoni-Knii Corner or I'laza, La Vega, Kew Mexico, Tills Home Iir lioen thorouahty reHttcl ami greatly eiilurged, to meol the re uii'ementa uf Hie iihk" numher of traveler mid n r s vfliu ni'e now visiting this ROction f country . 'flic very be-t of noeommndiitioua are oOered nt tills Hotel for luuii nnii bonot. not'NTnn i.Y proVIDKD akk ALWAYS THK T Iil.K- ITU 1 II K BEST TÍM A I Til UAltKKT APPOHDS. I TAR I. FN I Í BP 'I.WAV nOUSTMILLY rm IPKP WITH THR UK T TH VT THE MAUK1CT APPüH DS, A. BAR AND BUt i fs r d li all Aiealttiehed lothe Hotel, which are tnpplled with the eholceal qitalitiiia oí llquora and cinara. Itegnlnr hoardem, with or wlthoni lnrigings, wltl be aceolPluotlatnl by iho weok, or nionth, o the lowest possible ratea. eellant alablea and oo rrali are attaptiea to lio Hotel nnii feed and Inrnite uonatantly on hand, The patronage ol tlio public Is UESPKCTPDUA SOLICITEU. EXCHANGE HO rnn i U.S. FORAGE AGENCY, LAS VEGAS, N. M. Tliia Hotel hua been newly related and afford! Superior AiiunutfiBor. lui toe aiMMimiuuolaiiuii ui' The 1 rieiiug I'uu Itt The BUUard Room tint rit tt ( hum 7VilW'). and tin is always tupplü il with the 1 ' ry Best Liquors, Cigars, etc. FEED CORRAL ANIi LIVERY STABLE Attncl.cd. 1'urnga kepi on haul. j Charlei Emil Wwekt, PropfletoT WAGN tWí nzctí? j. II. KOOGI.ER, Editor. Tin' Rustilans arc .still active in pnring for war. i The weather is very warm in this portion of Now .Mexico. . aac : There is a ;rcat demand for teams j to liaul ties for the Atchi.-on. Topeka X- Rnntn Vi, rnilmnrl The House bill increasing (en. Shield's pension to S1U0 per mouth bas passed the Senate. It is denied that the track of the K. I'. branch from Kit Carson to Las Animas will lie taken up. , C ' ... The people of Georgetown') Colo rado, subscribed $5,000 to pay the ex penses of their Hh of July celebra tion. ' -a i. - fíen, fremont Is expected to pass this way whi n he comes oni to rs sunve the duties of governor of Ari zona. It 'b -aid thai (he breed of farmers in California, like their horses is degenerating. There is too much mustang in tfce stork. - Speukcr llnndnll recently compli intuitcd Congrcssinaa lltiiuy (colored) for efficient tint! faithful service on 'he House Committco of Enrolled hills. . a . . Stockmen throughout New Mexico and the Panhandle of Texas are re joicing this year in seasonable weather, fl stock and abundan! pasturaffo, Candidates for Congress, sheriff autl other offices in Arizona arc about as numerous as the male inhabitants. So many men seeking office does n-ti indicate that thny have any other business which paya, .e-. American tools nnd Implements are a )v inn ''i p.- iforrod in ( leriuany, lo c r.t oof h liter make, groater strength and durability and cheapness, yet the Qorm&ni cannot ge tin in he cause we lia-, e no shipping to carry them to then. II iNC I lilcv ly too ntimci New Mexici are bi ming entire, portion of nl! s in this and somt VljTOI'OUS measures will ha to adopted to í seems o for n large clean them out. Stcoll he a lucrative businct port ion of people, ,-aaaex The Salt River Herald is the name of a new Arisona exchange which has come to hand. It i publishedat PhoeuiXi Sait River is an ominous name to' politicians, bill that doc; not detrac; from the merits which ha- a good a&vor, f the paper ae The I. as Anima- Leader savs Hev- rfolds Brothers of the Panhandle ofi Texas have Mild their entire herd of cattle, numbering 4,ooo bead, to Chas. Goodnight, $15.00 pep head all around. It is their Intention to buy again an. 1 locate in the vicinity of Fi i t Griffin. - -mm- Congress has only appropriated 12,600 for the salarles of the Judges of the courts of this Territory, al though the lav.' creating the office provide fo $8,000 per year. Congress must expect, that ill case able men are appointed as judges. Unit they will either resign and resort to nic other business or else go to stoat ing for a living. Hut the most of the congressmen from down east have vcrv little aOUSO, Mew tlcjlco .Mounted Volnnteera. The bill for the relief of Ihe New Mexico Mounted Volunteers passed the lions,, uf Representatives on ihe 16th last. The bill gives authority to the Court of Claims lo take Juris diction of and adjudge (lie clalQll, Of officers and privates of the New Mex ico Mounted Volunteers in the scr- ,, , , 1 , i ,. , , . ,, v.ecol the I tuted States during , he ! rebellion, on uccouni of loss,.s r I horses and equipments, notwlth standing the expiration of the six years limitation. But no luoll claim shall be considered unless the peti tion selling forth the same shall be tiled Within one ycr from the pas. Page of the bill. Three hundred and forly-flve claims of this character have been íled in the ofliee of the Third Auditor, which were disallowed by the accounting officer of the Treasury on the ground that the property at the time of the loss was not considered in the mili tary serviré of the United S!nle, There arc also sovent y-onc claims of a similar character not yet acted upon by the Third Auditor. The six years limitation expired throuifli no l"n tilt of the claimant'-; the ! losg of property was sustained through no fault of theirs ami in obedience to the orders mantling; of Genci longresi il CilUby, coin therefore very !ourt of Claims : uroperly KTVCI th authority to reconsider these claims, and all others which many he pre sented within one year from the pas sage of the bill. .6. - nival Lines. i ne rauroacis oi uoioratio, ever ni subject Of gossip, are attracting more interest t lian ever since Mr. Soittfl came into control of the Kansas I'aei (ic. What will be the ilex i move ii would be difficult to s.iy. On i tiling i-- perfectly1 plain, and' thai is, thai whether it was intended or not. the purchase of the Kansas I'aciiic by it on Id: ami the preforeuee recently displayed for t!ie comhinatiou by the Denver & Uio Orande, forces a war between the I'. P. 1 . 1'. ('.('. I), jft lí. (i. company and the Atchison, Topeka & Santa l'e. This war pro mises to be warm and lasting and the prospects are that Colorado will forin only the starting point . One Important question Is; v. ill the Atchison, Topeka and Suutn l'e build to DehVot? This Is one of the no tions which urobtrblv no man can answer u present, not pveb the inun-1 agers of the ryad themselves, as tiiey must wait to sec what the developc- ! Inents are. As the ca.-e now stands, they are shut off from the Whohi country. Pueblo lias hlrn tlie point in Colorado from which their trade has radiated, principally through the aít'?flíV and co-operutlon of the 1 a- vcr and Kio GriWide Phis company having decided and its businpa companies, the in thro;; i : lofluou'ee with the consoliuái I'd Atchison, Topcku and Santa to is cat on! rom otli n, oul 'Oillt Denver, h it nearly all in the State. Mr. V.', I!. Siring hi now . end he probably w fereni e with the di recti ovr the situation, Wh '. 'ity the other day, he extensions South and employ the attention of gone il UU i e ; rS td til': ile in i said lie ansas It the west would the company tor i no present, xwo gentlemen one of them a civil engineer connected with tip; Topeka & Bonta IV. w as 1. Denver yi'.tei-day, and thev said that the road would be hero boi'ore Janua ry, 1879. t tho Sttttta Fe takes up the glove thrown it by the Denver roads, war i . certain and t he (ooliicrn through line must make a move north ward. ithother is comes Xorth or not, it Is quite certain that it is going on Souih. li is evidently the Intention of Ihe San i n Ke people to make a con nection with the Southern Pacllic, and lids means i general cut on through rates, and says to Mr. Could. "Just a little while longer and we'll show you the stuff W0 are made of." The line will at least he pushed to j i iitt on. :h'v,' Mexico, tin." season, Cut the game uf chest slid goes forward. This knight Ii mined only to be follow cd in lite suple direction by one of Gould's queens. When the bargain was made with ihe Denver ami liio Grande it was stipulated thai Gould should furnish money lor the extension of the Rio Grande. This roadla now completed to Ahv riiosa on the Rio Grande river, li i but about one hundred and Ufty miles to Santa Fe over a comparatively level country, mid the ih summer still before the builders. "I may say it is possible thai the line will continued from Alamosa to Santa Fe this season then':" said a Tribune representative to a railroad official t he other day. ( crtainly; that's among our plan-." ' l'hcn, I may say ii i probable?" "Yes, sir: you may saj il is highly probable that we will be in Santa Fe before next December. The liloM' v is ready, and men will be pul lo work very soon." THUS th" good Work goes on. The I tWO organisations are certainly likely to antagonise each other for rears to iw.i ,,,.1 .... I,..,,, I ... ,.'i : "ill"- mi'l nuil i ,.i l.illli'.HI I, Willi pulator can begin to see through the maso of uncertainty thai enshrouds the future. Denver Tribune, The American Officers who have been enjoying themselves watching ......':....'.. ..c,i... i... : 1 o- 1 in- uuvrn 11 ins in me ni v linu 1 or .,, ,.-,,.. honi (jeneral liasen, w ho la supposed to have been stationed on the Danube, is in rejoin his regiment in Dakota. Lieutenant Colonel Chambers, who bus been nowhere ill psrilculw, Is ordered to New York, and Llou tenant Greene, f the Engineer . who is the only one of ihe three who saw any i bin;:, hming accompanied ihe array of the Grand Poke serosa the Balkan-, will report :' W i ! In; loll. Contraria. Por supply of posts in the restrict of New Mex ico with grain to next De cember and fuel to June 30, lsvy, have been awarded as follows: Santa l'e A. Scligmun 1?C0 cords of pi ñott Wood at $8.24. Win. C Swee uev xiii) bushels of cnarcóal at J'J cents. Fort Bliss Juan l. Ochoa CO.Ooo Ibsi barleval $3.28.l-8"percWt. Adolph Krokaucr 50,000 lbs. hurley at IK" 60 per cwt; 40,000 lbs. corn at $4.50 per i v. t. ( hi i les ( '. Richardson 850 cords mesquit wood at .ST.ll1. Morit. Lowonstcin lOOO bushels charcoal at lió cents. Port Wingatc Loáis HunlnglOOi 000 lbs. corn at 54.00 per cwt: f.o.i. Co lbs. oat . at 14.70, and '20.000 lbs. Ju an at $2.5,0. Roman A. lima 900 cords pi ñón wood at $2.75. win. Crane iji.o bushels charcóal at 10 cents. Fort Garland Isaac W. Hill lOO. 000 lbs. corn at $1.44; i)0.(A0 lb. oat. at $t65, Fort Stanton F. Lesach'CO.OCO lbs. otds t'.Cs!: Charles llield 60,GG0 lbs corn al $4.55; Frank LeswkBOflvOipdH piñón, wood at $2.87. K. A. Wall. 2,(500 bushels charcoal at 27 cents. 1 Fort Bárard Tlibmas J. Bull lioV 000 lbs. barley nt $440 per cwt; 20,000 lbs. corn at $4,75, (.eorge Lynch P5f 000 lbs. corn al $5,00. John A. Miller 'J.i.OOO lbs. óats ui f5.fi0. 15. Selii'innii 100.000 Ibi. com at $5.7ii doh'ti A. Miller 700 cords oak wood at NILf.O. Ernst us C. Hart ford 20UO bus hels chr r coal at 20 eenl S. , . - McClclInu :i t:c W líder ncaa trni luati My own view s -of the water route are on record in mv H n. i to Presi dent Lincoln. Pnrltr nt) clrt'TimstflTicti Would I eritiri-e Cer.i ial Creni and his U'ihlcrncs-campaign. 1 b0Jrb.Ehll so much wild and foolish criticism of movements ami ac.ls by thole ignoi -flnl of ihe governing facts have sr en (here thé General became very empha tic, as ii (peaking from personal CXieriellce), so UJUCU injustiüO done to incu, to their acts and to their nio fives; that I have learned to be cauti ous rtbonl critleism and to be clnirita- bleiuniy couuluslbBs. W hile L desire to bojdistinctly nndorstood assaying that 1 have pever wavered In m be lief (hat the overland route in' the movement on Richmond was ;:',t the H ue and wise one. BJKl thai the water ÍQIIÍV Was, Í am free to mi v that it i-. possible that, had I been in General Grant's position, having Ills lights and Information, I might hove dohe exoet ly us h,e did. Tbe general in cóm maud is Ihe onjj one v. ho having the Iftfornintlon, can proiicrly ,de,i;idu what is best lobe done, As for Cene ral Crant. he and I ROVO alwavfc la n on ilie friend lies I terms, and under no circumstance could I he Induced to criticise his military movements. iVew Korifc Herald, Alexander Stepneaai Wosliington, June 11. Alexander Stephens yesten bl w rote a Ion; let- tec to the chairman ol the Dcmocra tic executive committco of his district which contains some striking siatc ments. 'the letter wps written in reply to one a king him certain uea tlons about his public utteirairccs. ihe hiier Itself Will make more than a column in print, bul the lülltfWiUf extract is signiiicanl: in ihe event, therefore, that this convention shall repudiate mo as ad unlit representative of Democratic principles ami shell attempt to rule me out of the Democratic party he causo ni" in recent public acts or sen timents, thin I say to you and them, plainly and distinctly that 1 shall regard their odlcl as but bruttmi fuiuien Issued by mi irresponsibly faction of tricksters; and ihe, question whether I or they are sound in Iho faith of the father!- shall he left lo (ho true Democracy of ihe district, to b" settled at the polls, f this shall pro duce any division or dissension in the party, then the responsibility for the consoquonccs must rest upon those w ho have so assailed and so grossly misrepresented me. naa-a- The Ierdlat RevolnSlana Fallare Galveston, June li. A dispatch from Laredo ay-: A courier brought new s yesterday to the clleci that Co lonel Alegeria and 150 governineul troops attacked 210 revolutionists under Gasayals ai a phut' called Los Ladrones, 40 ml It 1 north of New La redo: and after a severe engagement completely routed them, taking ma ny prisoners and cnpl uring arms, hop ICS. A'e. Many III e 1 ('pol led killed 'and wounded on bmb sides, hut detalla are wanting. There was great rojolr olnif in New Laredo on the recelnt of 1 he above new s, revolution is 'garded as a complete failure in this section. íi:lotlc I na!nc i lii(- The Virginia i i - Enterprise rc ports that in Englishman iu Nevada propo-es. If 1250,000 can be raised, to bore two artesian well-, be one a six and the other a foiir-lneh bore, to the depth of 6,000 feet. Then he w III drop into one a powder cartridge wrapped In asbestos, so that ihe subterranean heat will Hot explode il till r aches ihe bottom. The explosion then w ill unite the two Wells, The water pour ed dowl one will be convertid by subterranean heal Into steam and sent through 'lie other, where the wt r Oan he Iran-mil ted In BU) n ijliile l ptdat.