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VOLUME G. NUMBER IS.
LAS VEGÍ YS, NEWMEXrCO JULY 13, 1878. WHOLE NUMBER 278 Uro3'l3 s 'Waldo, Attorney nt Lou, Kunln Fe .Veto Mexico. Will r-r ictl In :iU th" four's of til" Territory. r'f- 1'rnmnt yftcntinn irire-i tn busiiic-s in I'm line of I'te.ir pi',fes.sio!i in all pans. t New M"nv w.m. biíkf.iikv. in- Nil v l. wu.no. j. i. Tr.ooGr:rjEia, Allorney Hi IH1V, Lai Vcgrs Xew Mexico. OH' I" lit I'lIK liZFril' llllilill'ltf. Li.íUÍm Su 1 x.bn ell .r, Attorney at I:i.v, ,rti liy-i .Vfi' Vrriro. Will rractice. in nil tlm I'mirts o I' Inv nuil l''iii f.v in fite Territ iry. Ksnccril at culiou liiven to thn f, illacti'i'i nf c'i lims mil re'iiii'Mivcs nrmnpt lymtl'!, U. S. (' i i iimimiT ,y V inn Public Attorneys at Cair, tinco'ii r,.fii'.'í'í rirfily, ,Vw Herir. Piljlvin w. !i'il3, Altoruc ñu-I iiiiinif br at I,a-r, Cimirron, Sem Mexico. W 11 ni'iirlii'n i.i ii I ' thi Cert- nf the First Jii'li ee.il District nf 'ev Mevicn, :ini! will L'ivi! i rift nltrii' mi, inn make pr.mipt leUiin-, ol any bus iness cntrutril to hi- c .re. SÍDitSY A. II J33HLL, Attorney at I.an, In rejan -Veto Mexico. nsi-o nt Tt "i'i(vn-c. tTiTiovriñv" w. t.t:i5rnt5N. I!. S. Vltomey, Orvti'o? tía rF is.aM.toxi., Altorsio.T nt !,!, Si'i'ii 7 AVir aferro. ATT i 1 1 prir.'.ie.e in 1 1 tlm Courts IhrnU-hiui! the T 'trit irv. Itiii.ti em ip'ly n í ' ' "Ic'l to. 'i.i r in u'i T "i' the. linn nl x:ys to lit fmnil at Mi-e. in H inln l-'e. T.r.oriTif, S Mil l til. JT ?. P. ni30rJ3. silver City. CDITVAY fie BISQUE, At(::!ety at Law, tt.itt F' irf N'ii'it ÍT.7 Xew Mexico. )' lint 'itten.ion 'i en l nil li'i'news in the line (if tlieir pr. i les-in ii in all rmirts nl' Ihe 'Í ci t ilory . -i. n v ran HJfi'ra -usiibT: v, l'ii.i.r1r nt Lur,', í.tt Yciit Vein Mexico. l'r i-.'ie.e. i in nil lh" I'r ilnle 'i I .In-tiee M" the 'i n" ",in'''s. t '.lii 'e.; inn . m 'ile. :iim' relie 1 mi ni. H iii:: ie-. iirntn'.'lv m:i. J.';i' C tit lili fi l'O .(I- i;ll,- llfe'.l, r.ill'ie S (ti 1 1C. 7". XX. O. Ci-rvtvex-, f I'",;,n .V;:o Mexico. ( 'l -ti i ts a s ;i'.v.i ilty . IlitniPuntes primi"ly in ' le ' ' r i v.'.'':v Raoolds ur-oxhers, A c to .VexiCt nel'crti) K'liinl.o tlinkin-r in ill its Imnrlip. Jlr.,. New V-l'l. ' i ; ir .': 11 ll Si' , S!i ;. 3VI c o . Xa a--o r iotov, Sh ivin-; 'in 1 li ilv i iii'in-4. -li"Viii'i"iii!i nttil li-ite d'ein-r vi'l ill nir '1 me to enler, mi Die unrMi- ni si l ni : lie l'.iUlie Miiuirt', Jms I' m. Acm Vcx.iro '" V 1 el use i nl wnrk in " linir jewelrv, nieniei.t'i. el.... iI.iit t .filer. C I .'i'.'.V 7:HS, TP i' k.T k: "o 31 b T-a tt , " : 1 1 ei', Et.ilKler :in .l ':it rnctor, n I Vt , AV'C .Vi.ch-i. Mifuriil fitr i lie l mi l nrk ilmio In .s wuiK lii.uiiiUe in ii ii nt r. At! ct C-icaor P?.te3 Thnn ii1 y nilier el ili'ii-liiiii nl in tin- inwn. .lililí sn-iili I'ne.iiie. Slrci't, iil'.iJ. II Tent.-,' Kntelier Slmii, i),i ron. (T. TV F . ( " ii n n i ii rhn ii, M. I). IIwiii P4:ktiilc Vii airiuu uml Sn rt?ron, 'c k, AY tu .1 xVi Will iir.i.'liw i:i ',V! ii'trtliera ciuutiu.4 of t!.e Tcrrii iry. m$PS D""MP" HJaSOPAIO PITY3I CXKH. Denlistfji nii'l Ov.'rr, SjicuaU n, I'liieiti I'i'i injn'i'.t k.llul l melt nt mr hni'l llüi 'i'i In w l.inl .tin", S. iilli I'-ip ie si ujt.:i.s. I'r.ipi'ie'.ir nf the llKl tint SIt'ii Rlnttoii, Nipell .. p.v llevloi), II tvlnr I it'ly r I'm ni'i" I ni I re i I ml t:ie Imum I ii iir lire ii".' I I i I'liiTi i i i I ; t .ríen i i lit !- -1 I.I mill,. I':li''ili'e M n i ct-li'tii "t'lli'i'l "II lilt f' i .' r i. it '. Ii ill 'ii.m!i mil g iml n, eiiuiu -(I iti'in . Mr.uf u.txrx. A. ii'Ki'l'U'linv?il(i, Dealer In i-neral Mi'n'!nii,llp, P-tnrto.h Jé un. A'"" .lArAv. 'M'itry 1'iM It:.' i.i 1 Ciülc i'i'cenel in piv-Ilie-'l. Anier Nelson, (rnei'iil lerelianl, A tt-HI ( 'V.' ), .Yrin .lA- ri'ii. II h i'nt i'1'lv mi liun l 'i (i.'ni'rnl -inrtnicnl if M :r.:'t in Ii . will 'Ii he s OU nt I ei rr '' iies llri'i i'iv ileiler in I nv i II It iv W'.ml, II Mn n i l I'nln, nml p ivh lr' lii í'ie tnin ki" nrn-ii. Al i keem n Kee I Si ili'e Cnr Hi" er i'n:n , I :i tinil ill' ir iveler-i. lilvnliltnn cull. 3 m m m : Dcilr In ÍJeneral ller-imnilKe, J'frti) h' l.'un, A""i' Mirlen, Wnnl. Hi. lei, l'i'ltrv, tin 1 'ill I -'irN nf (.'niiitlry I'l'ii lnec I'lken In rxeiim re lnr Ii m l. r.wijEUOIC. W. liOHKUT A' KifCK, Iele In ill 'lne of .'lei-e'iumllne. Anion Chico, y fin Mi:x!,;i. firU. iii'ile I Ftiti' To-ei- He., lr, Ln .wli piiil fur U'.il an,l !I ,,ei rAixTi:t:i. A. P. Barrier, COACH, HOUSE, SIGN & ORNAMENTAL Las Vegas, Sew Mexico. (j;Mini, Krr-f'iinft, Cirninhur, Cilainir, M .rbl inii. t : 1 1 c i i n i i r i 1 1 lt . I i K' i- llanpnjr, etc Also tiiixeil p.'i i ti r-, u.li, brushes, putty, u'.c, on bawl fur ill'. SAi)f.i:ns. C3-EO. CEOXFORD, Nadilier nnl llarneni linker. Las Vega, Xeir Mexico. Sh ip in front i( May IInv.-' store M iniifieliiier ii ; llenlerin I'li'ifornm aMles ml llivni-s. l!'nn of nil kiml promptly d ole in ni'iler. Ail work írmir ntce'l noi to hrtrt liie nnim.il . :ttnl priees lower lh in t'lf-ewhrre. 7í.v.v;.7s'. l''l i V 1 ' I 11 1, rós"". bí. -oaj- -rj a .' is Lnn Vfifjfi, ycic Mítico, All kiinti of Tin, ' npper, Zliv ami Sheet lion V.iie ilone to or ler. Tin Rno.liis and Snouting a S;e'I:ilf ,t. I will fiirni.-h ami put on I in ioium l r 1 1 . I'll per Mpiare, buhl;:' mi'i hnn lreil Mpiaie feel, 1 WiiriiiiH my iv-tii'k Tin will Int tlin e time.i ns loni; :is inni roofs, if is all in out; pi, -cc ami lines not admit Ium. I.'ools cnti lie put on ncvir ly i"n' , ir.il thus I-ehen er Di n iron. It will leipiiie one tliml le.-' Mjoai't-s to cover a litiil ilniir, a- iron must h ive e.nnsiiler tlilu pitch to make a oil roof. Try my prices nml work. Shop on Nnrth-K i ;t C'lrnei of l'laza, in Ihe M:i:;iel Ufi.iier.i hnilili' MlSCF.l.l.WIXIlS. J. H. Shout, H. D. Wholps'ilo mitl rietnil l")o:loir in Drugs and fdiclnss. Las Vegitx, Xew .Veril-a. All eli'8iü uf fins li inrs cnnstantiy n li'i ml. ISIDOK STERX, Aeciil for Taussig Brothers & Ci, St. Louie, Mo., will pay tho hishest CASH PRICES For Wool. rii.loM, Pells, fto. Th3 f cco!oi3 Store ANO 0:-- Tcooloto, XT. J.i (ihrat;x si i!iu! ril'i a good as tiort'.ncitl of (é'citcfi'l M'',-r,'irni(li.ir, n i lunii'j a hii'if ctiiT'il, goml stahlcri, an I a'ii inhiifc of J'or (hji' ,i liihil, nf-r.f Iir- hciit ftnuitliax to Hie tit.'iii COhlhlUllit'. TOlDYERflRST GEO. P. ROTVELL & CO.'g Of' LOCAL 1TEWSPAPEES. . Many per n- -nop., c :h s j.- p 1 c co'iioosi il oil IIKAI'. 1 nr pi i. (nl : invsii'i it. Ihe hci i.s ipiile oliiei ,-, i iv I he I'li.-iOerne l-iie-- fv y Mh., I Ihe on;'"!-- are. When lie omi.e I a p,,' per is pri'iinl in H'l.l, t ,( I: I Y l'i'., il is in i"iri inslaiie the I;-T ),, H u, ,, .,, Win n pi mu 'I in l A l'i i Al s n is the OM.Y p . per in Hi.' plain! Wnen prime I in i! in in ie' ters it is mi her I In- In -r n ,r Hi onl pa per, hill ii-n illv a vm (.'nml mu', iioim uli-inmlin. 'I he I i.-t irivi- the population o rn'i v ton n anil Ihe rilen :l i in of evrr pa.ier. IP Is NUT I ii-'il'HIA'l l I) I l- l'. II' is SttV A 'H1;A1 I (ST. At me loot of Ihe ' iiiiiov-iie for laeli Male II. e unpoi ai t tonus wliiens'i' 0 it cmiTi'il liv Itr' lit 'ire e iirnerate I. I r X'4 i tlOXT.M' l.ivr. 'I He r .1 eh ' t"r.' I f .r in I !' i - i n,r I" hnelv o'.ie-iiiih 'lie pnhli-tuns' felieil'ile. Tin' l r.'-e lot' one ill. 'II lour week, II Ihe eat re li-' i.- Mi. i.i. I he r irnlur rates , f he lever, for liie snne spire 'i'i'i iuik: MreK-II.. TV list lurw r OTO n w-pupers 01 Mhien I ('. I are i-nel It 1 1 1. V I Ml 7 Vi:i:i !, V. 'I hey arc ioe ,te. I , K1Í5 ilillrieni Cit i's in.l pin us, ol i hi." i "J'i are '-laic I ':' pi tUt !t-" ph i ol ovT r-.K'.'O pnpnlit ion, noil Hi ( "iinlVM'ts. I.i-. . i;T A 'l I.I ; , . 'Iluv. iii!ri's i:i-o p iii'i.i i 'i- i n i ij i Nr.W-l' I'l.i: AiiVKIiTl'slMi lit I; V. AT, III I spun e Slrei ' ( : 'l int inn I ,iic , ), N. y. í7 ' ' A'-'en cunvas'lu,' lor iPe VW riri'i(le Vlsitiir Temos nml (limn I'ree. Aihlre-.i 1'. O. SRKIÜII.Y, Atiiiit,, AlilllX. ...(v.ly J Tin: ".mat. iii.i:ss" 3 WOOD TAG run; tohacco is i nr. FISF.ST ri.ua Toii.wcn is the WOULD, K'ieh nlti- ! - n Hooill, ' MatmiM'ss I'. T. i'ii. 1 ' on I' Tin: iioi:i it nut o o., 274-ly New York, lloiton, I hleano. BEST llllMI"N Villi (III CU'riloni III. tt) f;'.V per iliiv lii.'iilo liv niiv Worker nl' ritlier m. riirlit in Miiir nwn lociiliiics. I'nrti ''itlnris uinl miiilc. wurlli ', unit free.. Improvo vinip hinirc limo nt IliU l'itiii('f. Ail ln-ü. Srtv.io.v i (Vi., I'urÜ.'.ud, Maine 2ti7-ly nun LlU. Theo. Wagner, Proprietor, Soul-r.nsl Corner of Plain, Las Vegas, yew Mexico. Tlili II in.-e has lieen "tlioroujihly relituvl mil preatlv enlariitil, to meet Hie re. Iiirciiieiils'.'f Ihe large iiumlii r nf travelers' nml O :: it :: i :: H :: r who are now visiting this seel ion of country. Tiie ery lie t of aecoiiimoilatiniiÁ Hiu uilered at this lintel for man ami beast. nOUNTIKI'I T.T moVIDKM Allli ALW A YST1T"! T l!I.I V ITU T II K V, KST TTI I Till' MAHKKT AKKDUDS. ATtT; " I.V nOITN'l FULLY l'UOV ITIKI) W ITU TIFK BK-T TH AT TIIK M Allli KT AFFOltDS. BAR AXD milliard Mali Arc altaelied to the Hotel, which are suppliuel nidi the choicest qualities ul liquors unit cigars. Icjulai' honHcrs, with or without ls.ltfliii;s, w ill he iieciilnnioilaieil liy the wei K, or mu n i li, at the lowest posslhle rates. eellent Mullios anil rori'aU lire attacheil In lie lintel uinl lei'il ami l'rnire iniistantly on luiml. The palrnnaue ul IPe public IS KKSl'KCTrTM.Y SI.ICITEI. EXCHANGE HOTEL U.S. FORAGE AGENCY, LAS VFéGAS, N. M. T' In Hotel has hren rewly realleil in.il afl'nril' SxiiacT-lór Ativtintnsoa tul thi' i cc nun aiatnoi ol The iiu-imjj i'ii,i- The milliard IIgo::i Huí l'trit ( latí Tnbtr ami .'. Jsaltcrn; st'j'plied with Ihe Very L'i'.s Liquors, Cigars, FEED COItRAIi AND LIVEHYSTAllLH Altatl-.. Fomgti kept on lituJ. Cli'ii!e Emil Wtthe, rr .r!itor. WAGNER'S HO j. ii. i oo;i.i:it, Kiiiior. Hon. 'I'. Itomoi'O. Ilivul1! discusses the deloiflite ques tion in a communication this week. He. ciminorales certain requisites of character and ability that a delegate should ii.'.-;ses.s. Hon. T. lioinero of this county has these (nullifications, and we believe he will carry inore votes than any other man the líepii blican convention can nominate, lie has chnnider and he has indepen dence. IIu can not be made a tool of by crafty and design: n;jr men. He represents the interests of the Terri tory on their merits and does not stoop to tricks to further private and personal ends to the pnblie loss. He represents the whole Territory as well as it can be done and is nut tlii creature of any ring's or cliques. The eoimnir convention enn not do belter than rc-:loin'.:iale him. Helias the prest iee of success and his elec tion would be almost certain. Wo do not know that he desires a re-election, as we have not asked him or do we intend to do so. It is for the peoph' to choose their candidate, and we express our preference now. A ran -ful canvass and conideral ion of the situation will rove.i! to anyone the strength which .Mr. Homero pos sesses for a re-election. Anna',iiio(la(in;". r.arlow & Sanderson are trying to please everybody. They pin on tin: stage line on this side of the nioiintaius four covered buck-boards and two buck-boards without covers. Some people .Teler to ride on them without rovers and i-ome with rovers. Thus they try to dense everybody; but they don't; they do not pk-ai-e any body. According' to Ihe Xae and Jmh prmlrut of Mesilla a heavy storm of hail, rain and wind visited the Mesi lla Valley on the'Jtiih of June, passing over Me-ill:i and has Cruces. It did great damage to fruit and crops. The loss is e.-tiiualed at -';.( 00. Many papers think tint! Grant is the name "tu conjure with" for the next Presidency. It may lie, but he w ill and ought to be, defeated. There are several other men in the Unit.sd States capable of being president besides (irauiit, as Ike Kngli-h call him. Military ominauders have instruc tions in future to comply exactly with the act of t Congress in regard to using the military as a :ose. cii.nilatitx. Hrreafler civil authorities will have to ilepeud entirely upon civil force. y The Dolan and Ililey parly seem to h:ivo the uppnhaiid now in hincoln county; and the McSwcen parly litis taken to the mountains. It. is lirit ou side ail 1 then the other. hcl. tinges of la: 1 week exhibit the ravigi s of the .((h of July: half -heels, limned reading mailer, etc. Primers generally are patriotic :ud absorb much enthusiasm from bottles on that The I Id','.. Ion Tel eg rum says there is a paper in Santa I'e printed on.; half in Spanish and Ihe other in Josh Hillings. -r"' Aleck Sievens of Georgia is not dead by any means and seems lo be more pugnacious than ever. He is bound to go lo Congress again. Xew gold fields havebeen discovered in the hear P.nv Mountains, Montana. The mines are 7f miles from Port IJenloii and iehl $."0 a day per man. A man unhappy when he thinks that be ii too bright to live and too voung to die. The European congress is not leav ing; much of Turkey but the bones. .t-- Matt Carpenter of Wisconsin again nspires to Senatorial honors. a-, . A rood crop of grapes is predict nl in the Kio Grande Valley. oj Boston had a prize light. Another evidence ofrultiire. The District Court i in session in Santa Fe. Potter's committee ha pottered out. A I' roper Candid if c. j Las ViifiAS, X. M., ) July 10th. 187d. i Editor Las I Yjrcf G a bet ti-:: A notice has been published, calling a Territorial Convention in the in terests of tin! Republican Party, to nominate a candidate for the otliee of Delegate to Congress: the convention to meet in balita Fe about the last of July present. The call is made rath er early, and will form a long- cam paign, more than 8 months. It is to bo hoped that a candidate will be selected who, if elected, will be able to represent ónr hiten:.! fairly in the National Congre.-s. Oiii'Trrihr.ry is now passing from a lung slumber to abrupt wakefulness. The places of Ihe frontier mule, the patient ox, and the humble ass are soon to be supplanted by Ihe steam engine; our doiiu.'L'tie trade and commerce will re ceive a new impulse; facility and ra pidity will control its management, and radical changes w ill be ef.'eeted in every department of industry, Our public and private lands, their titles and boundaries, should be establish ed and defined, so that good land titles may be offered as an induce ment to emigration, and skilled labor and capital invited to explore and d;: velope the great wealth of our natur al resources. A'e need public build ings, a State House and l'i uili'iiliary. The lüo (i runde is susceptible of na vigation from hi Paso to Taos and etui be made navigable the' entire year for medium si.ed sleainboats, by the judicious expenditure of a few Hun dred Thousand Dolíais. All il.tie things and many more can be arcim! rplished by u Delegate possessed i.i' abiliiy and tact. P.etler let the .of fice remain vacant than to send an in competent "incumbent. A Delegate to an American Con gress should be a thorough A met i ran. a man able to i-ji'ak and write the hiiglisii language with (lueucy ant1, power; verxnl u the principles oí our government and its insiit ;.; i..::s; a man who will cmnuaiid the respect of liie President, Señaléis, íopre sentalives and ali persons in aitlh iy at the seat of ( overninent. If Ihe approaching Kepublira'.i Con vention shall nominate ; t;cb a candi date, he will no doubt be elected: but should it be' otherwise defeat Would be a solace under the haunt r ef such a candidate, w hile regn-i and. .-:;::!e WOUld cloll'l the l'Ulillsi!siil d' su- ( ess here the candidate is til! worthy. AvailahiUtv should for this time be laid a-ide and a raudldaie bet ause he is competí nt i;nd elec-i ei ,vi!ithv. The íiiIitcms ofthii Territory are far above and beyond the weiib.'ing of a partv. The first and highest alleg iance of ihe eiliziTi is hi support of the p:' lie welfare, and if the irrif-pon-'ible members of a convention, or their proxies, shall attempt to force the support of an unworthy ran li date under the iullucnce of the doc trine of party fealty, it is to be hoped that all true and faithful (iii.ens will ignure. or renounce the ihx trine as false and pernicious and record iheir judgement hi plain and emphatic lan guage at the polls next Nov i lube;'. Whenever parly action ceases to sub serve the public welfare it forfeits the countenance of honed men and ought lo be shorn of their support. A worthy, independent cr.ndidale is belter entitled to the support f Ihe citizens than an incompetent purl y candidate. Then let it be thoroughly understood that, unless the conven tion prenits u candidate cmhi nily titled for the position, he- will not re reive the mpport of the rank and tile of ihe parly. What I mean by a ''thorough Amer ican,'' is, whelher he be native or foreign born, he shall be at heart a true American, in full under.. landing and sympathy with our government, our in-titiitions, nnf our people; a true and loyal lover of our country, in coiilradistineiioii to a sycophant Vi ho seeks and holds olliic for purely selfish and mercenary purposes. We hear Hie term Mexican applied ton portion of our fellow-citizens, in . ,. , ,i i . a wny which would lend one to sup - pose that they exist as a loreign ele - mcnt in our midst; thnt they have no ivmptilhy with our government, Institution, or people. Ih.t I believe : ' '.. that there is no evidence to support such n proposition, which is only put forth by deigning trickster to pre- judice the minds of the unwary and control elections for their own selfish purposes. In 18 lf, just 52 years ago, the flajj of the United States was unfurled above the ancient and historic Palace at Santa Fe; since which timo the people of New Mexico have enjoyed the liberty and privileges of Ameri can citizens and their right 9 havo been vindicated under the adminis tration and protection of American law; personal rule under the peculiar regime of Mexico was suspended and annulled and American law wns sub stituted and enforced in its stead. And to-day the native born citizen of New Mexico w ho is not more than fifty five years of ago knows littíe or nothing of the practical working of Mexican government, or rather Mexi can rule (for obedience to established law has never been known in the Mexican Republican; force and per sonal rule has constituted the only government which Mexico has ever had) and those above that age form but a small percentage of our voting population. het us review briefly some of the, rights and privileges which the Unit ed States government has conferred upon the native citizens of New Mexico and which by the laws of tho land are fully nialuhinod and pro tected. 1st; The right to worship God ac cording to the dictates of their own conseii nees; while before that they could only worship God according to the dictates of Ihe Roman Calholio church! 2nd; The right of self government, .p. to vote and hold oliice, make, their own laws, administer their own criminal laws, absolutely, through the power of grand and petit jurors, levy and collect their own taxes, re guh.te the pay, emoluments and qual ifications of (heir own officers, id; The pay of the members of tho leghbiti'i'c and the officers thereol, liie printing of the laws and journals and other incidental expen.-es are all paid by the general government. Tho incursion i of t he savage hordes have been suppressed and our frontier pro tected until our iiiillions of sheep and olher stock roam at pleasure over the length and breath of our ininieiis'i pastures. This interest to-day i-i Ihe source ef--( t r great exports ami modera!:' wealth. We also hae an army maintained here for our protet tion and all the expense of the geuernl government. We we prrmiltrd to send a dele gate to represent our inieresls, needs and requirements to the American Congtess and his salary and expen.ci are paid by the government. hi liii. one half of the population of New Mexico were '( ous under tho ban of shnery! All these have bien liberated and elevated to the plane of American citizens, and by Americans! while lulmiuiMcring the affairs of the American government. These are but a til he of the benefit i and advantages u hich the unlives of New Mexico hae received at Ihe hands of Americans. Por nil (bis they have never be n required to pny one cent of t ribiiie or direct tax. every thing is free as the air we breath. ' L don't believe that the people of New Mexico, native born, are so ungrateful as to cherish a hatred towards :i government, Iht iu-iitulioin and her people from which they have received so ninny bles. ings, rights and privcleges with out price or the payment of tribute. It is said that Hiero are thoso who attempt to create jealousies, hatred audillwill between the native born citizens of New Mexico and olher citizens of the Uniled Slates who reside here. This is wrong tnid should be discountenanced. It is lnr you to decide w ho are your friends. If you decide against the American government, her institutions and people, then you must declare Hint nil the rights, privileges find benetils which you luive received nt their hands tire distasteful to you; that on prefer lo relinquish all these and ie t it ni to your former eondiib n of bondage iiud shivery under the old rule of personal nuthonly. hi tho approaching con vent ion. nn v persiei who presumes to a-k li e suTi.'ges of the delegal"s on the grounds ileit l o can rout i ol il-e inlhieiice of any rl,nr i organiztition and secure its suppoit with nnv portion of Ihe volinif iui- latioii oiiirht lo be promptly nml un- j ceremoniously rejecid, il t it may be plainly understood t int iieilhe,. , vJ(.u w;t hli ,... v. 1 (l mlr citizens: Hint, we urn nil Anin. iciins in interest, syiupnthy n 1 patriotism; I hat ourposit'o.iiM'AuK' vnu 'VZl 'u-T u"? f bevond nil otlier posit ioIi.i In ifi , ui. 1 tlll Wc me proud to be able to per . claim it to ti e world "g ihe fo-i' l oon of Providence. 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