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   New Mexican (Newspaper) - August 8, 1863, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                ; j,^wlre'i8 a matter between these par-tics, that ought to be understood. The question is ofien asked, can the volun-t< or soldiers vote? Now, the orennic net limits voters to citizens, and gives Like unto Like. During the last year, some companies of volunteers, who had served the government, were paid by the Paymasters. These officers required the presence of the Captaius of the discharged comp* lull i.- h*:ne and degradation he rnav but him must lie the bpeaker.   lie wauti-dl bring upon them. '      Another thing: what wfll be gained by sup-porting this man aifamst the Bishop and tlit be wen, and draw double pay.   Su top -tfta [/ifcxt session, and so also tlie lust.   There Were itfeh uita as Don Santiago Valdez of Taos, ffai? ^fi'go A>ehtiieta of Rio Arriba, Don Candelsrio Garcia of Socorro and, Don Miguel Pino and tne Ueneral to ucciare martWf uwi��in   -� ------, that part of XeV Mexico.    # "' u    V' f , � Tl  i .1 W.a. - A._m:..'Jr VL* nlu|t (rowdhmikdt at the table, and supply law- crowd himself at the table, and supply him-'�clntt lata* liking. He opposed all these gentfe-nierf ungenerously and. bitterly; some lie deceived. The double pay would have been ser||ee.to some of them, but what eared this Ath aspirant for that.   They could not have pn/wl Miration. Years ago, the judicial pi>\vjcT was administered in that county, ,-wiih ae much ease and regularity as iii-.'iny other part of the Territory. Nov/, a Judge resides there in person. W^ do not think the people there have dyer been in the habit of being forward complaining, and we hope the Ju will be able to explain the whole mat in Ige en m&l �& decradeil.tiie chair, M du] Gallesq Church. The Pope Is Infallible.-and does nil thing** well. '1 ha liisliop dees his duties well. l)o the. people desire to elevate Gullcgos In triumph ngainst the Pope, the Bishop And their religion? Are they aot.CarffoHes? What profit will they have In casting their fortunes and MtfcetioiiN with Gnllegos, to promote htm to a place where his very presence will excite prejudice and dbleatation? They cmi nrold all (his, and have a bright and prosperous future, b.v putting down this useless aspirant, so 6b-nosious and unprincipled. The inhabitants here are few: those in the staten are over thlr-ty.ialUlons. New Mexico is Irrevocably fixed '$'fl$f ij'nion, us a portion of its power and listened, are. witnesses to his disorderly and hff? dignified deportmrnl,-but tlie aspirant thought he was in his (dement. Let us Reason Together. We ask this people, what they run gain by c-leeting Gallegos to Congrest-? The office of Dtlcgiite is the creation of"Congress. Keitbcr New Mexico nor her j.er.ple made it. The Uni-ii'd States created tliis < il.ee so thev might be I [Tongres'if and the people of tlie Cnion.  New 'ongresi'. aini the peop! Mexico cannot coniiioind the Union, but. the I'nion can do mack for the Territory; and to obtain what the government will be gliid to bestow, such men as Gallegos must, be kepi iiway lrom Congress. We say wluit'ive know, and what experience will conurm and prove, beyond controversy. HUB BELL. X Hide to have dirct t M:d 'friendly relations with i L' N I T E D S T A T E SiC L A I M The news from the counties of Taos, liio Arriba, Mora and San Miguel are cheering. Perea will receive large majorities in these counties. Our friends write to u& that tlie people arc daily leaving the Gallegos ranks, and j without any of tUev l.ij.li p urs of u.iid, use taking prominent positions among the Perea party.    It seems that the people are awakening to that sense of self-re- Aapirant By this character we do not mean those J^eat and fertile intellects, those bright and giitedjspi rks, stimulated with a pure and lofty anibitio^i to give all they have of might, in tl(i(.ll, knew I edge and action, to the service of mankind, line! to their advancement in l;�j pinets, Kicine re,-.atu �ne merits and ' siterinees' oi  {{{�&,\ j,jm j.^in. amT'lifsi''s'tftiidliijr'"and  condition I lie piople tiud their intt rei-t? ):ere, while the people si culu be able to have their wniits, condition and interests made knowi. by one from their midst, who n ight perfcucde Coiigrefs to thp passage of laws i.� stlf or the Terrttory. The more he has of these families and merits, the lnrger and more honorable will be the l.eneilts be can bring to the pi ople. Let us see ;iow it would be with Gallegos, and how tiie people would be atl'ected tnrot'gh him. When he was in Conjjrest three years ago, his career was, insignilic.uit and coutempiil.ie. He was despistd. and odious. The i;ieni:;crs voted him uwny from Congress, and Otero a uieiubcr in his place. All this we explained in our laat? number. Out of two hundred and thirty .niciulWs. only thirty or so voted in ids fiivor, so Iiisignifieaiit had lie become   Send CITY CABINET SHOP, hl'BKD Gr. (3:      _  > f( wag)a wnwetrully tM^jjilAU^!' ^uuFtiat^vluinlt}', to �aMjrf-|.aay�rl *1>U MttcU of furulturt, furuisk tksai wttb SOFAB, BUWIAtlti >' '"'SSd- TABLE* (fiAXKM,     ZW. '> (       mi trart dawrUjUaa M �' Househald Furniture, JjAj^^waia*^^ a- PAINT 8 HOP �nil will �xf>u*.� aH work at eh�l kiud, Ijd lh� b�st p*M)M� tyl* uid witii dupauli. a*r OrilM, for p��*r hsscic( oUeitcd.'^ai altkkd �. awrxtr. -ttt*. AGUSTINK M. HL'N'T, LI BRAKY AND SUBSC1UTI0X AGENT. tv murk tbeii-'jyoii the election between Perea and i but is ever scheming to uppropiiate to ImWcIi j would !� an hundred fold worse than when a the advantages due to those who have the ne- j Delegate before. The objections to him now. rit�, and n.like the sacrifices;-oi e who.'e ci>\i- sre mueJi n"re elea. anu better known than ous snd in giiu rent i'atuie pins in weaki.tss, I then.   They have mult iplitcl ra)>idjy and gross l-t-uishuuve. It it; claimed bv Uallc"-�is and-his friend:-, that lie wa� ''the iiuih" wlio held the power and influence of tlie house in his hands. That, as member and pponker, with few exceptions, he colli rolled ever} thing as he desired. Nov.- with ail this power and influence why did he not remove by law all doubt upon the right of the brave, and faithful volunteer to vote? Why did he not see �that provisions were m -de, so they could tion in tite or r,uestion.-| f'!leSr"'   The ll!tti;!'' a 'tr5flin?� cuu- been in the ,crviee i narrow-minded, liypo- o sessions of Un-joritipal, faithless dcmr.gogue; seems to be undcr.-t'.jod -by our citizens, and hence :\vt the- sciuiiiicnts of abomination entertained by liien: for him. Perea is fast becoming the favorite of the people, find we have no hesitation in asserting that he will receive a larger majority in September next, than-any other candidate, elected from this Territory, has ever I before received. Partieutsr sttentfon gl�en to orders from PubHe and Private L!br.-.riot, and fcr the Uiporutton of Buok� sod I'crl'j'.Hr.aln. 'l'iie >uue sttentbn j�iveii to �n order for �tingle copy ah (>jr a ijUAiitltv. Or tin from iay p�rt of th� Tcrrttoty, w'.tb � rrmiw tnuee f'Jr p�ym�'H iu B�nt� F.:, wUI be primplly &Uead�4 to. \ AGENT. Offlo� �t the residence of Uont MaRIAKA. BarrjlCIKO. A I. S U HQ L KHQ U K Nfc*W MKXICO. Will promptly nttenri to Mid acijebt all rlMrux ago!net tht* Oovt-riH'iJHMit of tlie L'ulWd titatoi or any licparlirtc-m thereof, and will five vnptcla.1 aiU'Mtion ty Ui� colh-ailtjii OriTCKHS' and SOLDIERS' CLAIMS. fcr FIftck i'oy. Uounty �nd P�i;�ioi:f. �iid alio procure peiiAiuiii for OmCKKfi1 AND fiOLDlEHS' \riO0W6 AI�D H'jl'lifrn chliKUid fiir.co \hn lirnt uf Mrreb. MCI. wlj� a*re j tlJMili.'.'J by 'lif.etibi; �*r w-m-.tu ai\- �. (0' pL'>;�-*.oii��. ^i.-J  un'i ('rpbitf.i t.I .-'>iuitin who arv KilJ'd or d?t A Iri 'h > H ptl.�i'.'!i. citv wi,,..v m.-.;� u. Urn l!u�i,lte. will �i.�bU Turn I ^'ben requ-rcd "on the Block*" it will be neatly io i,n.�,-cuie all i'liiti,^ jm.niftly niid c-ffcuiivd'y. , tliui^liured, hi id delivered, in such qualities, fuidat ivraoiK luviiiK diiiine are reiuoted to uuiwiiliblin jicr- j uudi times, as tin- Chief Commissary of Subsistence notmKy at Iim c flicn, or by lyttvr u lien iiot touvt-iiieut to ....... "* tiivre kii burton, ^AN'TJJjkOO L. HUBBHI.L. June V, 18H3._  deridt libit', odious and unprincipled rlmracttr. life and history he will tuke wliji bin), lie will t:;kf �illi him, also, tliul which will lie wor�. injurious to lii.s toustitut'utii thau News from tlie State*. We extract the following new? from have pulls, judges, clerks and elections , ^ ;Fm^ Jmrml ()f the h'urts out, upon the frontiers or1 a �whoever tliey might he? Why was this- iinjiortant and just matter neglected ? l;iil it never enter the l'adre's mind'? \X*& he upon this subject as tt lipid t nd lifeless, as in tlie other i�-fIj.iiccf, in which he might have acted for good r Or was he so occupied, in per-tcrit] yy'.ia antl malice against some pcr-tons, tlii.t a necessary public law never iiitt red hit-- mind ? Or did he wilfully and in11 lit't i i'lh , neglect and refuse to do that act oi {lain justice to the vohin-'!!,o  injustice is t'ic same to Commerce of July 25th., which is about all we can offer to our readers this week : The fall of Vieksburg and of lJort Hudson, together with Lee's escape across tlie Potomac, have, for the moment, cleared the field, so to speak. Morgan's rsn'd into Ohio and Indiana hus proved disastrous to nobody except his own forces, which lane mainly been captured. Another attack on Charleston is in progress, and with every prospect of success. General Gilmore, the j j,rtifligate usm hi* "made of consecrated officer in command, is a brave and ex^ perienccd officer, from whose abilities the-hi: hest success may justly be antici- minds ar, of * hut �e lave �(iiit-tiii.t s stt the tulile, and ffjiccially at puhiic onfs. Sfttiiv one violating all projnitty ami (rowdinjr 1 in-self to usurp the most cuusniiucu!1 Bcr.t, cihovuii^ fvtry one  oujdit. for awl had conferred upon him, �o many public fawns, under the Mexican and Territorial government.*, from the ecclesiastical, civil and political institutions that have existed, gs this same .hue Manuel Gallegos. Vt'v a^ert another tliinf:: That no man within the Territory 1ms ever given such poor returns, so little good and guch barren results, for so many favors and tipporluni'ic* biiowered uflon him, as has this same (iallt^os. The facts are alnioit incredible. L'ndcr the Mexican government, one Religion tvat a pan of the laws of the land. A priest was in truth .mil snbstance an official character in that department.   Ilow Gallegos used his poi-ititin, let the Cl i) tell the reader, as. the facts are as nntoriuii*, as that Rogers was hung in Santa Kc   JJe had givt*n his vows, thfll in' Tvonlil tiiiuw ii ptt,-o ivfe ot j ili� things we have mentioned.. About this, we New Goods,     New Goods. IK SANTA FK." � Z. STAAB AND BROfH.EH. ttiive just rtocivctl direct from New York s. new and splendid assortsicm of every description of goods. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, QfEEfTS'ft'ARE, hu:1 HARDWARE, ere*, minr* �- so math. - n and ioiiurance, or.by design. Keep in mind ilisit Gtiliegus", arid his friends chiim, that he had and was the power and influence. If so, then he is more guilty than any one else, in neglecting the volunteers. On him rests the responsibility. Those who have not the ability and will, to use power for the public? good, when placed in their hands, must fall under condemnation as worthless or guilty. Our advice to the volunteers, is, to vote. Where you can get into precincts and to polls, do so, where you cannot get to such places, make judges and clerks out. of your company officers, make regular poll bodes, and send thcrn with the votes to the Judge of Probate of the county within whose limits you are. We will not say that the regular soldiers, if citizens, have not the right to vote, although Gallegos in 1851 aided in trying to exclude them, and never to this day, has made a motion or laid a word, to lift the disability. So far as he is concerned, what lie imposed upon the regulars, has lain upon the volunteers. He would provide no means for them to vote at their Fort*.   But we advise them to vok>. but he haMeiifd to break tho.-e vows and tram pie them under his feet, ns if lie belii veil theie was no God in the heavens whoM' eye wna upon him.no people to be shamed and shoikcdl.y his conduct, no Bishop to come and call him to account and cast him away from places he was defiling. Where is the youth he has educated ? The orphans he made happy? The school* he established and promoted? Mournful monuments to his profligacy exist in the land, but none stand to commemorate his charities mid vii-tues.   We �re told that he was a member of the ''       ' '       J i them whether committed from stupidity i pated.    Johnst n is fleeing before the land example, and follow the .Savior of mankind ; ardent pursuit of the intrepid Sherman.     * 11'- 1-' *' ����-------- .....- The gallant Herron has taken Yazoo City. Kosecrans is pushing dowu into Georgia after Bragg, while Banks is preparing for another vigorous campaign. The Xew York riot is quelled, and the draft is progressing quietly in many parts of the country, including Philadelphia and other large cities. Price is in full retreat toward White Iliver. The gunboat Tyler started at day light on the morning of the 17th inst., for White River, for the purpose of cutting him off and preventing him from crossing. {^When Gallegos would not, out of his wealtli, assist the poor of Socorro, suffering famine and death, with what face dare he impose upon the poor of the Territory, his state schemes, with all I die sessions when he wn* a member.  The tho taxes and hardships sure to follow ? 1 would l,4ve bt'CB t,"!68rot''lmd h" mi lm7L'1 One thing is certain.   He never will intend ti'.e fullest {'Ininue."-s and candor with the ptop'ie, IV r they are deeply interested.   There t*-ill u  with him, to all the member* of Con-j )ii;et,s mid the government at Washington. Unit he is and has been, in leeling mid othcrwhte. the maligiiiiut. vindictive, active and pertidioun t'uemy U> the Americans, their blood, race, character and Paul tuitions, for having established themselves fvfHi government in New Mexico,   'J his establishment brought with it the appointment, by vii tue of tfte power ofhis Holiness, the Pope, an American liishnp, who turned Gallegos from the adiiiinis*f ration of the altar unci Mtt-ruiiieut*. for his insupportable vieett tied pr.fiigacy.   Hence his hatred known no bounds. He may deny these things, and his friends may deny them for him, but they are known, and have been, by the American* living here and those who have gone uway,   The people, too, know that he talks his hatred and ill-will tothcin, whenever he thinks he will not be exposed.   Arc the people blind to the con-Kei|iicncen of sending him to Congress?   Will they not listen to their interests?  The President, Congress, Cabinet and iJepiirtmeiits will have no respect, or sympathy for Mm, for they will know hint us the hated slanderer of the American*, their race and institutions.   All officers, civil or ii.illtnrj, and till ci'.l/.eiik whom l.u will meet, will lie Aiiit-rtcurjb; and they vriii meet him with contempt, scorn end indignation j from hi� uiijusl hostility, demagogue practices, and insolent, vindictive conduct towards them, their laws-niid progress, when introduced into New Mexico.   An honest. ut>i>.n.sthi)ing, jusl unci liberal native of New Mexico, like I'ercu, will lie taken by the hund, iiucl respected ancl assisted by everybody, when a suspended, disgraced Priest, mi enemy to Americans, their laws and institutions, to the orders of the Pope and his Bishop--, will be despised and execrated.   The government respects the religion uod | authority ol the ecclesiastical power* muting comprising the best selection of goods ever brought to SANTA J'E. Alargc and well selected stock of Sutler goods on hand Confident that they can give entire satisfaction to to nil who may wii-li to purchase. The.v invite nn examination of their stock at ibeir Uld Sli'.ud opposite the ExthaafU Hotel. No24 If. SANTA FK CA1J1 NET fcjHOP. The undersigned-n practical C'nhinct Maker- has established u Cabinet Miop in the city of Santa Fe, opuuflM! "Tlie New Mexican" Newspaper oflice, and will fiiriiith at rciisuniflile prices, every aiticle iu his line of IniUness, at the. shortest notice, of the Jutes' mill most approved eastern styles. lie will warrant every article he 3n:tnnfactares to he of the most superior workmanship, and of the host materia,!,   lie manufactures BUKKAUS.  CENTRE TABLES. BEDSTEADS,       LOUNGES, WASHSTANDS,     TABLES, SOFAS, SIlJEIiOAKDS, CHAIRS, CAFES; 6ii d Honsehold Furniture. of every description. Will repair furniture at the bhoiu^t notice. ID'l'urtieiilar attention paid to Undertaking.^! He will also attend to WHEEL WltlGHT/NO in all its branches. Confident of Ririnj: entire satisfaction, ho lohciu r. libera! sliure o! public patrouaue. SIMON FELGER. nol6-(!ra. of the Department of New Mexico may require-/fo be of a guod wholsome riuaiiiy,delivere  hi b h�m, tuo a.uf CMtie. cMterM, mast be froro tliren "i wyen rfiurh otrf. Uhrty�i �' I hi gouu lui.uii.joii. The Biii's will U (c� ' per pound Nctt Weight. The Bri-if Cattle delivered "on t�e Hoof* at the sover.il Fosis; will be st>l>ju�; to tb� fullowlog B�fu- Iiitfous.- One Third to cncniiifof the Beef Cattle, contracted for at Posts wilI be delivered, between the 1st September itnd 30iU December ItiC'i, and at such times, and \u sui-h qualities (during those months) as the Chief Commissary may direet, and the balance bet-ween the 1st May to 3lsi August 1854 at suci. limes, and such quantities, (during those mouth:-) as tht Chief Commissary may direct. The Chief Cuii.nviswy of btttis. Dept. of N. M. reserves the privilege of "increasingor diminishing" the uufnber of Beef Cattle so contracted for, to be delivered "on the Hoof," to the exteut of "Oaa Third." The Beef Cattle "on the Hoof required aj tte several Post-, are not designed for the troops at those posts; but to b* driven away to supply Troops is tie field Sc. DEPOT FORT UNION. For Fresh Beef "on tlio Block-slaughtered" aod. delivered for one year-commencing on the 1st Dsy of Sepluuber next. Also Bids will he recHvod for the delivery of 600 Head of Beef C+ttle, "y,u ilic Hoof." GOVERNMENT CONTRACT FOR HAY, CORN AND OATS. (his people.   Can uii.s people be so careless us J ... .        .   , t,, simkI h iimn as Deleirii'i' wiicn his vi-rv n-iiiie COALED I'ROPO&ALS will be received at tins of-to semi a Mian as lii.lefeu.i, whin his w.i\ n init fl ,mUU)C 2mh ,( ju)y i8t|3i )ur f,misUliig is a scorn and derision i Uo Ihe.v suppose hat BtV(., lmlldu.d llllU lir-lv ,,,,,/J,- iUyi  d the people suppose these in-,   The delivery of above must commence on or before jured men will not make known their wrong* � the loin of August,- ISUU-tlie whole of tlie contracts done by the Padre worth honorable remem- they will listen to Ids b�= ^ brance?   What laws was he the author of'^l w '''^ ,'"v' r'^ �',      ' r. 1 V1 For Con, and Oals, bidders will state the pri. Tin 7 i va l , ,,,.,,mli.l. f,, .1,,, ,,.,,,l.;v i Brant to sui-h u nuniV, here is toe An encaiv ,lU u,,,,, ,JV ,,., tl,,iivered m Kood eotuAi > What good did he accomplish for the .people f- beTli ,v|u.n m, |ms i,m| ,n opportunity. he has ' 'ilitls ^m ,,, ..(.^n-ed for no lc.-s a quantity thai What say the poor of those times? His uselcs* ness in congress we showed in our lust number. We know how the appropriation? were maite, at lack insolence to ask, if he can ask the favor of New Mexico to sanction his designs upon the people, to put offices in his hands, and in the hands of his co-! conspirators HI    ' icy ecu there. H1b history in the Li'frisratore is fill of instruction and admonition. We have not time now to hold it tip to the public that at Another time. He may prepare himself (o see some part of the revolting picture. The mere malignant aspirant never stood more char-ly to view, than did he in the house. Hn elbowed aw�y the bright ud gifted Don Fe�indo at Washington, if (inllcfjos is scut? We knov well that the peopi'.', with but few exceptions, have no sympathy with his meanness, hatred and ill-will to Americans. 'I hut they and the Americans are as brethren, and live in friendship at d harmony, and are faithful to the laws We will do! *ml government. That the Lnltecl States will ; lake pleasure in giving to Htich every uid possible, honor and assistance. But they sjyjuld come out-from Gallegos and his wickedness- They ehould withdraw from hi� support, and show they huve no active eyuipittliy with him. Then they will be in no false position.- Then they will stand riffhtly before the whole to be (iilleU by October 20th, 1B03. Terms of contract, cash or Government vouchers on the delivery of the whole of each sepcr.ite contract. Each bid must be endorsed by two responsible securities. The contracts will be awarded to the lowest responsible bidders. AH bidders may be present at the opening of the Proposals, which will he addressed and delivered- properly endorsed-to the undersigned ut this Post, by mail or otheiwisoon or before July 20th, 1863. W. A. VANVBEIT, Caput A. U. M. Am), Qr. Muster's Office. ) ForUjArlaad, OT,� LOS PINOS. For Fresh Beef on the Block, slaughtered. a�d delibcrcd For one year; commencing on the' 1st day ol brpirmber next. Also Bids will be received for the delivery of V/t Heud of Beef Cattle, "on the Hoof." FOilT WIN GATE. For Fresh Beef "on the Block, siniiKhtered" and delivered, Fcr one year; comm.'iicing ...i the 1st diiy of September ne.jt. Albo Bids will be received for the delivery of 460 Head'of litcf Cattle, "on the Hoof." FORT SUMNER. For Fr�f!i Beef "on the Bloek, slaughtered' snrt delivered, Far one year;- Commencing on the 1st day of t-.cptcmher next. Alio Bids will lie received for the delivery e.f 1M Head of Beef Cattle, "on the Hoof. FOliT STATION. For Fresh Beef on the Block, slaughtered, �r,� delivered; Fur otic year; Commencing oa. the 1st d�y of bepteniber next. Aiso Bids will be received for the delivery of V*i Head of Beef Guttle, on the Hoof. FORT CRAIG. For Fresh Beef on the Block, slaughtered �n�i delivered, For one ysar, commencing on the 1st day of September next. Also Bids will he received for the delivery of 1,0:>J Head of Beel'Ciittk on the Hoof. FORT Mali A E. For Fresh Beef on the Block, slaughtered, �r.d delivered, For one year commencing ou tiio 1st di/ of September next. Bids for s Post/ must be fortbe full number c: Head of Beef Cuttle on the Hoof, as hereby require--for u i'ost. No Bids will he entertained from any person or persons who&e loyalty Is of doubtful character. The privilege is reserved of rejecting any or Uuls, not deemed perfectly responsible, and satisl'm. loiy, Two responsible persons must tign each B,t p A.F.GA11RIS0N, ___Capt.�tC.�. $50 REWARD. Stolon, on the rnornlus of the 22d inst., a a * mnle, about U Huncts lpgh, in good order, hip tu ', ohort tail aud diuily braudud "S It" on bis left |,i.t> shoulder,   'flic above reward will be paid for >b mule aud thiet, or     fur the mule alone. SLEM A/ENS, RORKRT* * 00. 8����r*...'it*w, r�*�~�r   

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