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New Mexican (Newspaper) - August 12, 1872, Santa Fe, New Mexico Te Daily ew VOLUME 5. SANTA NEW AUGUST 12, 1872. I 36. IMPORTERS Wholesale Retail iu FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY BOOTS AND AND CAPS TOILET Farming Always build tad for sale cheap lor cash AND CIGARS inned Fruits and ned ETC. will find to their to call u Ufore going we keep on KNT OF 10 THIS I the adjoining Territories SUtti of I I many thanks for ex- llou in the we will to merit by hwt efforts Md en- R to the of Ktw SPRING AND GOODS STAAB their la Arizona and they bavi now on hand thu most complete BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE To bi found west of ihe In our large they witi ery round la a and It has been our Him to Fell a goud sound lower than any of our on DOMESTIC AND FANCY Dry Fist and salted for the present YANKEE NOTIONS AND NEW ui and S. tilt A ST. Par 1'rauknt Tobacco dt Cigars Q U E E N S W A R BOOTS AND HATS AND CAPS. AND PATENT FARMING MINERS etc. goods have been bought especially tor this market and will with other goods offered to the aim pas always to procure tie best and IT CHEAPER THAN thus keep np oar popularity SOW iND TVe are sole AMERICAN POH DEB And you US Now U tha to select a food at low 8TAAB M Jake Scarff it rained far two nights and a from to Everything was and water in places crossing rotil in The roads are in terrible condition from llii anil traveling lie waa a little later but he says would have come through on notwithstanding tin bid if tbi Kit Carson which wai behind had lot compelled him to it of all on the 8. 0. M. DO matter what Only who seen tire can properly appreciate the hard and trying of a compelled ai he ii tn through and anil all ihe dangers anil cf A through a wild and on the outside of bit night day to kind uf performs bis duty manfully is even snd mindful of of under circum- it would nut bit discreditable to be ami yet lookt in rain far thy i- for bad weather charged with all in the road goes IT hill because it jolts in ing g or crossing K rocky or and is consigned to the depths of perdition in driving slow over the to the be fails a little be- hind is and are many and who never whom it would do good to start out somewhere and learn IV stable of Wardwell Clifford is undergoing for the of vehicles and horses are being put Everything about the place indicates grot for the health and comfort of the stock in their They expect three new buggies from tha states and have sent fur a fine They are adding rapidly to their aud will soon a model ff Mr. of the Cincinnati Com- left for homo on He went away apparently well pleased with Santa and will probably give the ter account of us than the Ha left bia Mr. to stay with and keep the great public journal with which he is connected properly informed ing I conductor on the reports that a strong patty of in broad attacked Central the Sin Antonio and carried off tight head of belonging to the mail The party at the station wis not strong shough to wake any o Mr. iu charge of the wholesale de- of was busy this morning taking in the contents of targe He lays eleven more wa- arrive this This dees not look bad for bus some bottled beer tbat has been pronounced the best in man close to 0.1 said it waa the finest he had ever we yon be what talking Thi enterprising firm of Spiegelberg commence the to-day of a weekly market Il will examined by patroni n toe one tsr Yesterday we saw a a a good two five or tix a buffalo and two strings of on Every inch from his ears to the root of his was The poor animal was very thin as towel of a sickly pale color wonder be waa and had one foie leg about five inches shorter than the other joint of Uut leg very largo so supposed that the missing part of the leg was driven in there by the weight above that when it was the U-g would stretch out again like a turtle's In nearly all hii legs were and the crookedest convention of legs that wo ever Taken altogether the arousing horse and load that we ever In- credible as it msy thu wirey little animal passed us on a When he came down on that and the family with it would made the oldest man living Both the children were sleeping soundly fur the motion of horse served all the purposes of We couldn't but tbu family vehicle with the elegant one driven about out streets for Ihe latt by thu hero yellow topped a. counting for When a man smokes a poor cigar hij feet are kept on the but a good one raises them in proportion to its night Billy shoved one in our tenth that began to elevate our pedal extremities as soon as ligus was applied to and when half wo were setting on the imck of uur neck in tho small within us continued to lay has of them are long and and give one a worth his He has some new about the size of a twelve pound shot sint They are the finest we have seen iu the McMulIen wu busy morning re- locating the site of the new bridge across the lie has abandoned the little work already done at the old to aroid awkward angle necessary to join the two and put the bridge directly in line with street The city hits purchased the land between the river and Hto and a new rosd will at once be opened through of the same width as the one passing Tbi a is just what ought to be and is a big improvement on tbu old HT bss pat a new row of fine crimson seated in We advise no ono to sit down on these unless they want to take out their pocket book are so it mikes one feul liku paying for the pleasure of the Major Ward returned on Saturday from a lengthy trip through tha southern part of the reports line plenty of rain and ceaseless verdure in every As usual the are restless concerning the ff Our Wood hat with party for the Arizona diamond He to do some tall and will be ab- sent several May be hare a safe and Hud a A drunken Indian fell from his burro morning in of the bis head striking a stone received a lie was into tha agency and perly cared 1'vpi- this ing from trip to tie at Fore wits di for hours this wiiling tlw of tho eastern Smith and and J.C.
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