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fwVS VEGAS, N. M.,' SUNDAY, JANUARY, ÍSISSO . , NO. 119 A (li-iiM.rrntia i:iior is to bo Marled in Trinidad. . Mr. Ti (inn,' of (1 reelay, Cd pr'diclP that 1lio flio Grand:; Valley wTi! conu!:i. 200.000 'peopin within i!;r!'.'! years. IV-n n yield of 100,000 in bullion, i:i lc7", the Georgia. ;rll tkld. have 'dvi;eed tó"$l C&MXS 1;(' eimum w'th m promise of xvg- r returns r.ext .. Sainnel J. Jledill, of the Chicho TritKws", wtts uiarned to Wits Xeliie ?.! iirriy Onrson, da;;'uU;r of .Colonel ,!t.hn T. Carson. -e::rd t number of b.:- Hannibal and St .Toe railroad. MaiMttdin? oyatcr-tn.'-u have kivad ni lin: Ui'iMmhiiiniock liver i a tinned v?i?eU and nre drivin:; cH'zcns from fie oyvier l;d5. Two ci't-ns wore killed. The governor peiiiious the (nerai Assembly to send tlio Side v.'.WWuu ' ' Ti:? Trkdd.i .1 JVíws s the strike o f 1 : - ecu! miners nl Trinidad tins en d,ed tin.l the :ncn liavo resumed work a! the old jirioce. The winter vr.s r,!t! loo r.i'.ld for n sito res. -ful t-lrike. :;;id wool t'o tbund int in the vicinity of the mountain towns. Shty-íií repubdcv.i licwvpip'r rt".:i:-y:vaiiia liave made rei r:s to the Pldlndninhia Timen of their presi ih ntir.l preferences. They rc as fol lov. ?:Forl.naine, CG; Grant, 22; Sher man, ñ; the field. 5; the best man. S; and for the Chicago nominee, 7. -" ; " A. P. Gorman lias been nominated liv the democratic caucus of the Mary land lcjri lat ure to ptteeeed Mr. Wid:c a the United Slates senate. Mr. (orinan is a member oT the presen' Kl.iie senate from Howard county and president of the Chesapeake and Ohio i-anal. Jcon water hole, i few miles we t Stockton, in the lower Pecos country, i i somewhat peculiar. It is nearly round, about oO feet across, and trav elers have tried in vain to find the hDitoin by tyiiiii long ropes together, attaching a stone to the end and throwing it into the water. Leadville is certainly the most re markable mining camp in the world. There never has been anything like it and the chances are there never will he again. One day this week $115, 000 worth of ore w:vs taken out of the Kobert E. Lee. mine, within 12 hours, at an expense of not over 75. . .-- o - The- argument fur the Denver & Ko (raudo company in the celebrated (1 rand Canon case. was closed before the supreme ccurtof the United States nt Washington, on Wednesday, by Kasenu Conkliu, and it is expected the decision of the court will be reu deied on Mondav or Tuesday next. Prom the head of Concho to Port Davis, Tom Creen county, Texas, a distance of two hundred miles, there is no timber. Hoots of a species oí mosquito, the tops of which consist ol a few small sprouts or switches, art dug up and used for fuel; they burn well. Two Mexican gentlemenMessrs. Torres and (.Jarcia, have a couple ol irrigation farms of a thousand acre ;ich at the mail route crossing. The firms are not fenced, as there are no lock ranches near them. There is a general ttir among (he Pcpnbliei.ns over the confirmation of report heretofore made bul denied, that tin; superintendent of census has been striving to have the census su pervisor appointed equally from de Kiocrals and republicans throughout the co -iiiry. The-President has over ruled iii the matter in part mid alto gether for Ohio. Don Cameron agreed to this division for Pennsylvania, and he and Wallace, at (jen. Whiltakcr's r quest, selected the men. Oncofllie Democratic selection was overruled by the President. This course, in turn, stirred up the Democrats, wh tire elaimin? that the promises mail .J tv t! cm sl.o.i'd Le kpt. II 11Ü1L sionc kill' & i:íe5sos:.í:j; Cosiere: a;;!i,eil to Iinvft tino PnVile k.r.uil5 Srupjf!! NMt Jn:i Vonu ty to bo Orsr.-iaizcil. Santa Pi:, Jan. 15. As tito session goes on the members appear to warm up :uul enter with renewed zeal into the work of h g'slalbn;. Committees hold frequent meetings and' somft of the members r.rc iilmojt constantly in caucus en the. various projects in hand. Suma irjw biils were iutrouueed in cacli house and old measures wercV.d y.incrd on the calendar. A geutlemnn who is active in the work of the ses sion nays that the reason nothing luus been done up to the present time looking, toward 11-, 3 passage of an sipporiionmnnt hili is, because sev er:.!, projects are on hand for creating new counties, which will lmye to bo disposed ofbefore the districts 'ca:: be formed. T-hc following item 'wl.'ich appeared ;n the local columns of the Gaz:-:tt: Wednesday wts evidently founded on a niisaporeliensioii. ' " '"Thejudielnry committee appointed b.v 'be legislature does not contain 1 la ayer." . The legislature does not elect, ap puint, or Juive committees. The near est to. it is a joint committee of the I wo houses md sue; committee is al ways so designated. The present le gidaturehas no joint committees. The council judiciary committee consists of Messrs. Ureedcn, Xewconib and Springer, nil considered first class lawyers. The house committee, ap pointed by the speaker, has no lawyer because there is not a lawyer in that body. Xo, not a single so'lilnrr one. Messrs. Seligman, Callfgos and Sala zar compose slic committee and will be at least judicious in their decisions. Tinrcouxcirj. The Judic'ary commitlce reported the bill legalizing iho acts of II. L. Trisler, with amendments which were adopted and the bill (hen p:issed. The judiciary committee reported back the bill repealing Iho marriage law, with a substituted bill repealing so much of the law as relates to the man jago of cousins. The substitute bill passed.' A memorial was introduced, the preamble to which recites the ills un der which the territory labors by rea son of the public hinds not being sur veyed, such as the inability of settlers to perfect their titles, and' hc losslo the canse of education by fai uro to set aside the sixteenth and thiny-sixth sections to that purpose. Congress is therefore asked to order the surveys to be made and the lauds opened to c!t!e:nent. The commit tee cn priming reported against, prixting bills-as the cost would he greater thnii the benefits. A bid was introduced repealing the law lurbidding stork of outsiders gra zing on town grants. Tirt-; irour;:. A bill was introduced providing for organizing i new precinct in Valen cia county. The bill was read a tee ond time and referred to the commit tee on county business. Mr. :.V.i-m:n introduced a bill pro viding for contracting with some neighboring stale for the care of pri soners at 50 cents ppr day. Also pro viding for appeiikfroni justices courts in a!! cases of thnd judgment! : A bill was introduced providing for the organization of anew county from the western part of liio Arriba uid Taos counties, tobe called San Juan conn! v. The bill providing for employing translators was passed. On Friday nt 10 a. m., a committee of Ihc house iio visit the ho'pilal to si c how' t is mannered. A t aicU for Some IIImv. Two and a half millions of United States four per cenf. bonds were re- gistcred nt Ihc treasury department; last Saturday, in the name of Miss! Jennie Hood, daughtet of the honan z:i r.apitalis'. Her income from this present of her fai her will be exactly $ : 00,000. . Santa Fk, Jan. 15. The following arc about the points of the. late cam paign against the Indiano, so far as 1 have been abla to gain them : , Since Gen. Hatch returned from the north he has been ngaged in study ing up the military situation and ar ranging the troops for an effective campaign. Major Perry with 100 men from Ft. Howie is scouting the west side of the Mimbres and Mogollón mountains. Co!. Eugene Carr, of the 6th Cav alry, at Ft. Grant, is prepared to co operate with Mt.j. TJorrovr and the Mexican forces. - Capt. Cusick, of the 9th Cavalry, with 120 inoii from Fort Stanton, b scouting the Gaudalupe mountains.1' Troops from FortS.toekton are scout ing Llano Estacado. ;. Major Kichard Hudson, of Hot Springs, lias been pu,t.'in command of the volunteer?, whoirre to co-operate with the regulars. It is now understood that the Mexi can volunteers have.- disbanded, and the regulars have gone to El Paso, The Indians who' have come north of the line are in the Mimbres stealing and killing stock Company L, of the 0h Cavalry, is scouting about Lot d's ratich. TJIi: IJATTIilJ Major Marrow with Cos 15, Captain Davidson,. C, Capt. livers, II, Capl. Puringlou and tifly Indian scouts under Lis. Wright and Maucy struck t:.e hostiles on the headwaters of the liio Perch in the Sierra, Negritas at noon Monday, ami fought till sun down, when the Indians tied. Of the Indians, six are reported killed, oer geant Gross of theOth cavalry is kill ed and three men wounded. Morrow was pimu'rg. nt last ic.icunts and hoped to come up with the hostiles. A sheep herder was captured by the Indians, hut was afterward released. He says that the Indians state that Viclorio and Loco were killed in Old Mexico and that Nana is now in com mand. They do not want to light and aie trying to escape to the reserva tion which has become a haven t refuge. Another herder was idiot seven times and then had both arms cut oil. It is hardly to be doubted that the Indians are tired out &ml will give up if they can get a chance, but it is gen erally hoped that Morrow, or some one, will strike them who doe3 not want such prisoners. Morrow ex peeled to strilkc them again by Friday at the head waters of lh-j Animas. I orciirs; Justice Ilitat to Kesixn. The decision of the supreme court on the motion to advance the legal tender c;;se, based, as it was. on the rrouud that the court is indisposed to hear arguments on constitutional questions until thc.ru is a full bench, corroborates the opinion here that e v ery ctlbrt is making to force Justice Hunt to icsign. ( Al reports of his in tended resignation have come from members of the administration and from members of the court. A very strong measure ttna been brought to bear upon him to make vacancy for tl:e n'.tnunistration to (II. This is not the ilrst time that conajitutiomil ques tions have gone over, owing to his iil ness, ud the court has bciore made I he same announcement, as tint made on the fifth inst., in the legvd tender v..u'iriti(Iclj)Jiiu Times. IVoniaiuiSoii Confirm ptf. The following nominations were confirmed by the senate: H. 15. Ponie roy, of Tucson, United States Attor ney for Arizona; Henry M. Atkinson, Santa Fe, United Slates Surveyor (Jctierr.1 of Xew Mvxico, Washington, J mi. H. The señale finance committee vrrted to-day to re poft l'aynr-l's resolution adversely. Senators Kernau and Ihiynrd, were for it without any qualifications. Wal lace was for it, but thought it prema ture; and .Morrill for it but expressing the opinion that some ful tire time should he fixed for divesting green l:nck .,f their lcnl tender quality The following mcuibcn were opposed to tli - resolution: Dock, Voorhccs, Al lison and Ferry. It will go on the ca lendar to-morfow nn 1 cm be called up for debate uL any l!nie. l!ova;?cnt of Traops Prcpnraiorj to a Cciiei'i-.l Movement. . Auotlict Gjhliitis Cuccsi. Private reports frcm MmtrM of the Queen's tte, excite grave apprehen sions. Since I he attempt on King Ah ionso's life the Queen fails into lit af ter tit, but musters 'strength.- enough to appear publicly, and then n-iapses. She cannot endure the'Kii'.g's absence. Her condition i the move serious be cause an heir h expected. Common Sense. Washington, .Jan. lh-t-Ouray held a talk with Secretary Schurz to-day, du ring which he expressed a. desire to have 1 he present 1 rouble healed as soon as possible. When Sciiurz laid down as a condition ofpewe the noccssily on (Turay's part of delivering up the mur derers of Meeker, the shrewd chief re plied: 'iTIuit is 'n queertldfig'fo nk of me. flow can I givc them u,p? Vv'ljy do you hold my t ribo responsible for what those men did? "Wo arc U 11 com -pahgrcs, they aro White river Utes, and not rmder my immediate control, ff a murder were committed heroin Washington would your authorities make the whole population ".fttfier for it. ' :;. r. 1 Governor Lew Vrallaee, in his mes sage, speaks of the "utrocious propo sition" to colonize the Utes in New Mexico. That proposition ias dq.-.d as anything can be. There is no desi re to send the Utes to New Mexico, either in Colorado or Washington. It seems quite. probable hat Utah will have trieni added to her' population, and as the Mormons and Utes seem to have a special affect ion foa each other the arr.'ingemen! ought to-be regarded as a just one. Ashing as the Mor mons run Utah it will not be lit for anything hut n quasi-pcnil col ny, n lid we a.'l vise New Mexico to-make a big enough row a'ont, her A pitches to have them sent there too. -Tribune. Montreal, Jan. 13. The Caugnawa ga Indians are agitated about the en croachments upon the reservation of "1,000 aeres al otted to the Indians. Fifteen t housand acres arc occupied by Canadian squatters, whose expul sion thev demand. QUE AT DAILIES So. Police Gaztiite, News, tc, lOo. AT TIH-; POST OFI'ICK NKV.'S STAND, irs-lm A. HUTCHIHSOIT & CO., (of M:ii:itim, C'otovaild,) riiOi'Hij:(ii3 ot' i.as, vkgas LIVERY STABLES ;;a.s'7' las vegas, a m. II. OAKLhV, in ;i.ki;k. i'ava.-s üiippllcil Willi Liven- ofnll iinds, R:u). die llovxcs, t:l; , unit iifivci-i uriLiint"4 villi till point.H nl fiilwrl. iljrbt'i leil iiml boiinls'i by the tin v or week. ANDRES SENA, GENERAL MERCHANT; LOS ALAMOS, X. 31. :o: Also Dealer n CATTLE, SIIEIir, WOOL, IIIDKS, GUAIX AND AI.L Kinds ufFUO DUCK tfKKlG!!TlNG. I'itIuI f l H-ris always ipi.iIv nml irciKlilinft :. uo l. Kill ol I'.-.f 'l i'ii iuii-y. n RNITÜRE STORE ! t c imlt i!ip ill ten I ion of tíinllzons (ifl.as Vcpn ami tin; piitsU.! lioiici-oh t'i tin- l ic.t that wc have ) fl.i:. n MOW 11 UMTl HK fTOHK in KaKt l.as t fL' is wbcri! the j.ionU' -m ill lind u Him cía.- jlj';l: ol' Ciapbn Wis, &i5fajs, At.-'o a completo imor: Collins aid Caskets Wet liave hmt snvcrnl yenrm xppiiciini' in ITinlrr lakin unit Ucl HtiUMii'il Unit ulinlaclioH will ! givn. CilVli A CAM.. tJ-Ksptciii) mift ition will be (ilvon tu Jub work ami rt'pnii-h ir. T. t wMlTlIiOO. ScV'üiLir 1. 1ST. O. Em WES ."he, ..i.a vi:;as. 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