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w a i' If i "1 7'"K xVslLM v'-i.i.i- - ;;'v; -7-'v: ; x Mesilla, New Mexico, Saturday-, December 8, 1877. No. 25. - Professional CTnrdÚt OKO. fib, OLtVKB. V CKVea aa aU-ACaV". D. -y" ? tNEItSOS.; (DUAKIrr Annan... Auanwjr .t law. Lm tvws, V M ftvmiDt suraiHR) fit to all minted u, bit ruir. l" san lnvff veto rt Seldcn w the Rob r!í!rU1UU COtt '! "ílü t HrB; road "ear- - K. . 03erea!waiattnet. LasCrorcs, The JoruaOo uVt Muerto in 1863. Toog. The eoacb wa heavily ladeo with mail ? moni, Üie rapid firing told tbst the bovi matter Ut had ccaiiiulatid for monüu. i w getting tleir work in; hand to hand Pet-lining ao offered cort, Knox and hu ! I bad it aa they waia the ' river, tiie la yar df parted in the morning. That eren- j J11 ff g down one aíter oí her aad whea tngTKfy.n-toraed; they had been attacked ; w had crossed, none eriitj hurt. not one tit the Mtdiaa waa to l aeeo. In Tor thtee Cfoturim t!i? s" 1 vmi. iruni oaaia re aoutnf J n trmL' m ihijiwiv uw . .uus m ity aces. ia fiwei the fertile twrftirn!t f the Itío Grands ! tí,e Pnt ,rfr lt, thirty miiet south of the meantime I bad ordered my detachment to the. Paraje at the contara xint of the Fra f'l"1 nd mail, and mostof their stock ont and we met Greene oa the rifer. Qiitulia! HHuntain.; Iire tle river make T1,J ,JW'n wjrtiiirrweBrywTnBte &k k he emergvd from the water. "Tako Kreat hem! flowing to the wet of th Ci Uto- j "Airini the new C.Uin Greene aid jea men lieoteoant'1 said he,, "and beat them., U!, CaUiilo, aad San Dirg ran;;, math of I t1iinf B,ea the saddle and in pursuit j outof tbia brash, there a lot of them hidden the San IHeg.y below Fort SeKlen is the Rob Ú,e 1Imw.- . At rnkteight irrgthdJt j-1 Awl thru - we did rasír tad HrrnrrwnornniiTirtne rod iear- j oí TEeartack and foandjUie ground íooiwh thing; we demounted and crawled uic iiiw ni raraj.-, fa'wti 10 Toe east ot ; vi m. uiuuiMiiiA mail. 'v iujw;rgTviii in tarca ol the mountain rang alwrr mentioned, and ! Grei'l,ck ' tb amount oí se. haMidea.iauBB, railecgcd is tbia twk- ' patiwiuu K-anereu auout, ttie uiirs, young man named Dickey, , AfearMy at Law. Mmjlta. Sw M -xif. 7'." "SJ'iT m aU tl (Varu f ttie im . AUmwmr Lw. MJI1.N. M. Pmrtlre, ia ouy k. ctxx. A WJr r at Un.Ki.nr City, tinua Count;. Sew J- "UpractieelBaJHhermirttoíljíwamj A $ a Xw ili-xK rompe atlmikm Rieu t croji jiBÍn n jarfy milen Vidth, itri k ins? tl riw at Koliiero. This ninetT mile atretch tixu the Jornada dot Muerto, the jour ney of death; it ras, but no lootrcris. For three centuries this waterless )ilain had been atewoMo-rravelkire: who has not hrsr.I of fhelcrrlUir sufta-Iogs eodurtd by the Tean 1 - .mvicu mwm, Liio j H jyiM mau aameu VIC Indians taing ignorant of their Talue. Tlw ! ho was crerrans throo-'h tha hmA have lesmed tiling or two since then.) At 1 FrJj to mJ rigit came npott ao Indian; the day break fetook the trail which led through : l-kia prwig to his feet and fired before a pass in ike Sierra Caballo towards the Kio ; Dickey could raise, the ball struck the poor Oraridí ami wi iiwhi .l.wu.......! -t - . f.l Iiu n w ñjá -i.l- .. . ... . - . - , -jmTtjcjif inr imcsa . ... iihi ve aiBi. pasaoa tirouga Thai the Indians outnumltered us four to one n body, the Indian gave a veil and leaned i . i a - - . . í i-.: - ... .t tin ii was our nrst cUance at the red ,aut la" nver which ta chkse by ot not .I í (?r i - ... r iM i . . i wciure un wnunoeu man nai sltot him twice - and thirst, while ertmins this desert t lfcii. kvi! "" "fficers ami men were eonallv ' phan ana his command hud noeaxr time of j nlM,us " punish the murderers of our slau- ; Wlt D revolver, the Iadiaa disappeared it eitlK-r. But the ""journey of di-ath" aum-! Kne"ed cotnraiies, Barge and Watson. To- ,eo,th the water, but came op, gained a bered with the thing of the part. American J "Vil no, íound ourselves jn m Barrow j sand bar and ran. He was Dot f!y yards enbjrjH-ise iuvale.i its xditudc and d-stryed- 'u600 v-ltil n(,í '"ttom, on eitlicr side j WBca .wl Diekeya nli?; the ball its terrors. Less than ten year ag '-Jack p"!! rose far alwve n; the "sign" rnck between the' Indian .ki...,--,. , Martin dus; a w-ll t.T tt. i j , j . indicated that we weie uii-tin.Tnq"tTmthT bnt again arose aad ran; he waa on the jornada, and found an inexliaustable I w,e,B7- Capt .ia Greene baited the command 1 DOW mwk for a half dtn -a rifle but supply living water, ami now there" are ml J'rw 1 CHS to take finir men and recon- ! tíu fie,i toilet after bal',et striking his aas s g I mm IJ: ra lare-e Cottonwood tree j witn -hug, ad when he felt to rise I mJP Sl o f da nutra tui 1 ..i I. ! 41. . . , tWtlM B. Bill. . TJUL ASlIKSrrLTKR. M. na.xrr.t.TKK. Attera.,. ml Immt, Meflla. Sew Melr. Wtt Iiiuiijqrair Tas. B. CATaos. Win piaKia; a the cart4rf ht a! la tlx Temtorr. ISuMunt- - ' " J PMrmim HI. Ons meMrr et the rui aJay, w j rUH4 at ofBne bottites and neonle. m.l .(.u-l .n.4 LirSIania'a .welfj and tili ; further on is ,w,íí, ifl5 .-6td of the canon some fl ve ' more n w holes through him, and ol4Jo I Bn,w" J ww, I wntiiedÍB'-rid' mtkq araaaewigBd. ar. r Hmade. : U! D iu 1L Li.iiAAuinv M.. ... l : rfimnin wi .i.A, - .1 i. a amKíier Uütm whvps innlim cao wtiT font! tnl hetfi-f A-crsos. V.MI. le Art nXWrswrr. Witt, Srw Mkxk o. .'IPIUí, ' TIUVEIXEB8, ATmmONt sixxrcrsrs eakcii, sitoate S3 mile. wrt of Maílla on tlx. r,J to SiU m "T "! WMt' i"'- the lxii'iif iren. nUTthatheUiHvrtetvdfa. iweive lint mm odute trr.!lr, atxj u tmpiljf pwiiia trains or aercU of animak witb water, - Thte is th onlv watrinj plgrr ÍHt-n tlie Hi Grande aad Kurt tltaininir. 1 alwaT. l.ate an abundance of water on band, ttfaleb I Vil! furui.Ii at rvaMMMMe rattw. Mv UMe. wjU be kf t upp vi all the bet the . market alturdiu -. ' ' ltsant and rorabv.'Uble room ftir. W4 wtiit eteaa t rt for Uw om, rf uavclk tv. Also comftn-urJe ami ae. ore stabling for aiiimalA. "P 8od sup,.iv of bar and grain via TrsveOpr will fiud at mr piare everTthinir re ooteile to supply their wanU )d add to their cum. tort, my cttargv wib not be fiwod uoreanooaWe. . . B. 8. Mason. In the summer of lm tlie. jrasÍA was still a journey of death; its ninety miles of waterless desert as strew Brrhh tta bones of murdered travellers and famisbcxl animals. Bands of hmtiltf Apachti, iaftwl the adja ceet taoiintalaraBdnnrtt.ií no passenger to usuwUated. TraveUer were mur- dcred, trains wers .attacked dailv. - Dnrinv U.e spring and summer of ISG3, 1 ieut Barge oi me extcaa cavalrv. 8ur2eim Wat son of tho Ciiifomia column, Fitigeraid, an express rider, and many others felt victims to the murderous savaitc while crossimr tlie jornada. The dif!kultie attending ordinary travel over this desert were neither few nor unaccompanied with danger, Init when to -" mi a,, n-are my norv im ' 's " huj puKx, anu a his bine ehargc ef two of the mea and proceed with í f J"1 S1 with appnaKhing diosoiutioev the oilier two OB foot w ifrh.lA . n i the fair h&ireit iiw.l- ,r n...T -,.4 w., wi eMlwri ' J I whiti kuu Bia. aad in a few minutes reached the bend of f ln their Ohio home. They'll be irrj" the caSon, ami found onr lres on tlie bank j h tBat 1 lidat have a chance to f -ht of the river Jn Tad Tiew of fully a hundred ft ! ?W the t there bet and fifty 'Indian!, some were oa the o,, i ter-í43iín me there, its sure, tóenme s! iwnic, some were swimmi? the river.u Bgc'- woicn was ragii, some were croswng" aand Aad so he died. We carried him body To Fort Meit aad ZW it a soldka-a buriaL; There bjs bone still lie, but not Jone; On . tlie stooe that marks his lt rest- -iug plate is carved the names of thnt of his comrades who died as he had died. That liar, and 'within twenty yards of us were a un ungí; savage looking at u im utter a inacetHent xl .wstinctively turned and kos startled liv fhn .;.Ji -..i. .... . . v . ,(,v i M.ire f savages .TT- " i nu uieq. IDat running down a trail into the canon behind 1 w ñr Iliaa fii-ht on the Jornada- j us. TVy hal undoubtedly lieea stationed j tijey re"lit com won t r several month on the rocks to took out for pnmicrs, knd fterwart,a red skins learned hsd discovered bnTTiairiot seen the main ! "er "hile that, ttay were not twraiitted ta these we added the eeruinty of an attack ! of woi-miJ; we were cut olT, and l!ave tfcn? n wa y so tliey left by a merciless foe, the risk" attending the i to insit WM nt of the qut tkn, oW only I tó follow d them to uujw a lotiamie uieeuemyia ur frost "'r m"""""". tiaunta and whipped them and giving the order to charge, we diwlied tttn,íl ÜvrJ cre rW1 to ecePi 0 nffr oi the trirwarfl v .!!,, , V. A 1 f imvrkenviiM, ...I ... - .. . . . s a. mt wp wi uur voices. As ' f "" ' vh w leaervaiuan wu we sprang f,rwrd the indisos nearest to us Matirrco and ran ; as we crossed X as.' oa'Jiand a large stork of XATIVK WINES and BJUVUT of my own aianufarture, - wb!et I offar tor sale in auaatiUce to muí pur . My GSLXrt BBA.VDT is th beet lU, wUtaer aUv or Imported, la the Territory. " . , . TnOSt A! J. BCI.L, ' Meal-la, K. M. journey was sch as to alarm the bravvat. fucft was the condition of affairs iu June 18C3, when Captain Henry A. Greene with Company Hi" 1st Infantry California volua teers arriml at tlw Oj dd Jfwerfe ñoir Tórt Me Rae; a spring in a cañón leading irv.ra theraada toward tlie Bio Grande. an. teirty miles south ot Paraje, Tliis point was a favorite lurkinir place for the savairpa. anil is about five miles from the main road; from here they would sally forth to attack passing trains. Captain Greene was instructed toes taldwh a xwt, and protect travel on jor. natia. ' He had no asy-4ak befe re him; lie bvl loss than ninety men, awl nim-ty mile of road to protect; neverthfless he u-eedd io aecwnplihing all that was reouired of him. For eighteen month .ar-taia Greene andjliiacoiapany remained on the jomada, and had many Indian flghta during that period. Shortly after we arrived atMc Rae, the mail contractors determined to stock the road b tween Canta Fe and Mesilla aad re-cOmu oee the mail service iiiat tad been intrrruutrd by the amt lar an indiao dropped on his knee, strung um ih.w, im ao arrow, tli , t canje rip a moment afterwards, by my ears; before he could .'send another I gave hira two charge of bot kshot at ten yard distance, threw a way tlie ostiess gun, drew my pisto, and in adother mcanent was in the river, my horse swimming, making for the opposite- bank. We eroed without accident, and rode uo a little knoirwhere we disii.ountivl rfMh.41.ee. hit iMfeed tha imZSVCLZJ ... - - -j.- ; irwi mm nurvutng mío tbe btterior: peared to I the wre frightened and they ' L IWslll have to either make war with IU were running in all directions through the Í rM'V to tvmbute tb varloo home ek, dens? rlwiparel that lined the river luk f B,w,t,B Bl Urx'r " iKore the truimpb of On th opposite side tho indian. that bad Ü;' fLTT' "ith th Mtxicw Dialing, endentiy trving to make the other ! te h bt,d nn.. to not set tlZ ill MBaeritand that we coastttuM the .entire w Meak The Mm aewpaner aiford matter for aootlier si. ry. The ladiraifaw are fantrattie da- our govern, meat being eomieiied to derlare wsr against MesduL-. The Mesiraas are so mitraed in tbrir ' feetirirt at tbe audat ity of tlie Vaited ttl.iea in attemptlngwby the order to en the KU Grand; sftf r mldera iHinterftrt with ttietr favorite tblevl tog nr?t, UiaUbey prom be to save o tha trouble of a deJar4ta by aiakbu; tbeaswivea. acaot control the turbulent spirit of hi eountryuKB, Lerdo U siWiitiy and surely working bi iL k Into the good g-aee of tbe JJexl. rao; a body of troops uodvr Uen. Val!"al are mkMUti..,. t'.kr.,a 11- .11. 1... .1 . : Hm. hhU.. I- .1 . -"" ti,iimwTii interrupted by i r. '"e u.huhihiui longitireene v ..- hi mnr nnra i ar, the Teian iavaaioa. lajkugnat 1S3, the first' ' Bml h "" M tlie ilMwrjn" and Í " f WPW? oa -ate-t ctch came into M Ra ,. .....u flrinjr camechariiinir do tl,a .2 i i hl P"M fmndafeij. w feiMi htataa od Captain Jeft trtt4 kt,1!w rear, and then coa- U rste measure, to r, cch came into Mo Rae oa Dave Knot-was in charire. and rnnt!n r.ir. orda, John Bt nton and Mmie ei-rfu or l n h. 1 glomerate mas of soldier and ImKam. e.. í Amiumim rreaploy of the mail eompanr were a- ' mV8 on trd the river yelling like de. j " ' Wsiaawa eonflraitd Minla'ct teCi?ad. iU have tii rr.rf U de. 1 ) \n\n ia fUli. Mesilla. Sew Mriico, FATUOS a TIÍOKÍTOX V.'- v - JJAVIP r. MUELO, -Atteraora Uv. Uaeola, x.