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New Mexican (Newspaper) - August 12, 1872, Santa Fe, New Mexico Te Daily ew Mexican. VOLUME 5. SANTA PE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1872. I NtJMBEK 36. IMPORTERS Wholesale Retail iu FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, AND CAPS FASfCY ARTICLES, CARPETS, TOILET ARTICLES, FURNITURE, QUEENSWARE, Farming Implements. Always build tad for sale cheap lor cash IGROCEEIES, MQUORS AND CIGARS inned Fruits and Can- ned Oysters, ETC., ETC., ETC. ttfcams will find to their uhwntagt to call u Ufore going But, we keep on Umiil KNT OF OOODS JBfiPSCIALiT ADAPXJBD 10 THIS HAKKKT I tfo'r the adjoining Territories ind: SUtti of I Mexico. I many thanks for llhcra! patronaga ex- llou in the we will endtnvor to merit by detotlng'mir hwt efforts Md en- R to the eninmeretal Intereitt of Ktw SPiXQKLBERQ BROS.. SPRING AND SnMMER GOODS STAAB CO., Uespcrtfully inWtas their ntuawrwu cutomeri la Mexico, Arizona and tliitt they bavi now on hand thu most complete auii BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE To bi found west of ihe Missouri. In our large they witi ihid ev- ery Ihiug usuly round la a and It has been our Him to Fell a goud sound article, lower than any of our competitors. usve on knni DOMESTIC AND FANCY Dry C3roodLsi, CLOTHING, Fist and heavy, salted for the present season, YANKEE NOTIONS AND FASCV GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, D41LY NEW MEXICAN. DATi.r, IXCUT WIXIMY. ui DIANDUItf'lELD and EdUeri KBI'UBUOAN NOiUNATiOXiJ. J'or S. tilt A ST. Par Yict 1'rauknt IlENttr WILSON. Tobacco dt Cigars Q U E E N S W A R E, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS. AND PATENT MEDICINES, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, MINERS OUTFIT, etc., etc., etc. AHOiest goods have been bought especially tor this market and will cornpws UYorably with other goods offered to the trads. aim pas always been, to procure tie best and iKLt, IT CHEAPER THAN ANYOKB eunand thus keep np oar popularity SOW iND FOREVEU. TVe are sole ageitanf Ui rotil in The roads are in terrible condition from llii wmbitigi, anil traveling disagreeali'e. lie waa a little later tlwn urual, but he says would have come through on tune, notwithstanding tin bid raids, if tbi Kit Carson coach, which wai behind lime, had lot compelled him to Tbit "on time" tpiril it i.-htricterutio of all tlio "iMTi" on the 8. 0. M. route, DO matter what "bucks agin" ibem. Only (bom who seen tire "elephant" can properly appreciate the hard and trying iiftf of a "stage compelled ai he ii tn "make time" through rain, and Hood. anil cold, titii all ihe accidents, dangers anil dii- Hitk-rB cf A long, roujjh road, through a wild and cuuntiy. Sesttd on the outside of bit t-xposed night .and day to kind uf '-riMihwr, performs bis duty manfully is even juiiv, iiuliti1, obliging, snd mindful of of under circum- tiUinvs it would nut bit discreditable to be ami yet be. lookt in rain far sympa- thy i- btauird for bad weather charged with all in "ctixed" bevauio the road goes 'in bill IT .limit hill because it jolts in den-end- ing g mo'uitnm, or crossing K rocky trroyo or twdimiy uriiigi-, and is consigned to the depths of perdition if, in driving slow over the "bad plaoi-s'1 to cast' the growlers, be fails a little be- hind rune. "Sii-h is and are many tra- velers, and other! who never traveled, whom it would do good to start out somewhere and learn snmt'tbing. IV stable of Mesire. Wardwell Clifford is undergoing grctt improvements. Sew. nUblt's, stalls, etc., for the cart- of vehicles and horses are being put up. Everything about the place indicates grot for the cleanliness, health and comfort of the stock in their charge. They expect three new buggies from tha states sson, and have sent fur a fine carriage. They are adding rapidly to their outfit, aud will soon have- a model Miablubitient. ff Mr. Millar, Sr., of the Cincinnati Com- memiol. left for homo on Ssturduy's coach. He went away apparently well pleased with Santa Fe, and will probably give the "Porkiles" bet- ter account of us than the root-bog-or-die lieadle did. Ha left bia son, Mr. Millar, Jr., to stay with us, and keep the great public journal with which he is connected properly informed regard- ing ui. I conductor on the sonthtrn coach, reports that a strong patty of Indiana, in broad daylight, attacked Central stition or, the Sin Antonio road, and carried off tight head of rnuiei belonging to the mail company. The party at the station wis not strong shough to wake any o Mr. David, iu charge of the wholesale de- partment of Bros., was busy this morning taking in the contents of ii street above'. The city hits purchased the land between the river and Hto Cbiquito street, and a new rosd will at once be opened through of the same width as the one passing Millers. Tbi a is just t-xftctly what ought to be done, and is a big improvement on tbu old HT Sol, Spicgelberg bss pat a new row of fine crimson seated counteratools in hi' store. We advise no ono to sit down on these unless they want to take out their pocket book are so comfortab'e it mikes one feul liku paying something- for the pleasure of the Major .John Ward returned on Saturday from a lengthy trip through tha southern part of the Territory. reports line crops, plenty of rain and ceaseless verdure in every direction. As usual the iuhsbituts are restless concerning the Indians. ff Our friend. Wood Dood, hat Isft with party for the Arizona diamond fields. He pects to do some tall traveling, and will be ab- sent several months. May be hare a safe trip, and Hud a Koh-i-noor, A drunken Indian fell from his burro IIH'B morning in of the Superiutendeui'y, bis head striking a stone received a tevurn wound, lie was Ukcn into tha agency and pro- perly cared for. Suprrii.tcii'ii-ut 1'vpi- n-turiit.i this morn- ing from trip to tie jS'attjo ageocy at Fore Defiance. aouthern wits di .'nyed for Krcril hours this uiomiiig, wiiling tlw of tho eastern nuil. Smith and Skiimcr, i'iatsrs; and J.C. Uill,
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