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New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 17, 1873, Santa Fe, New Mexico 4> The Daily New Mexican. VOLUMK (5. SANTA FE, iNEW MEXICO, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1873. VOLUMK 6. IMPORTERS JOHNSOM KOCH, iASTA FE......NEW MEXICO. fiavc received and will be receiving as full an assortment or General Merchandise o and Retail Dcalorn in I ao over "flencd tllia coneieting FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WHY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, AND FANCY: ARTICLES, 'CARPETS, TOILET ARTICLES, FURNITURE, HARDWARE, QVEENSWARE, farming Implements. I of KORE1GN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. I FANCY DRESS GOODS of nil qualities and latest styles. GOODS 1H1LY NEW MEXICAN. rillLMHcn DAH.I, KCEIT KUXIIAT, 11 i MANUEUPieLn Bdll.rl Change of Time. The S O. M. it Co. made a change of liuw in fanning !ba (-.stern coach. Hereaf- ter it will leave Sanu Ke tt 5 o'clock iu (be morning, and arrive at 6 o'clock in (lie evening; In consequence of ibis clmige, no coach will leave this afternoon. The change: think, is a ff Tlw recent announcements of permanent peace in Arizona turn out lo bare bten decided- ly premature. Our latent .how tint the Ap'chet are ilinoat ai near unsubdued ai ever. The 1'rctcolt Miner of Sept. 27th gives an Mnterenting budget of itcmi: "Upon learning IJelclie'a (an Apacbe chief only tecond to cbise himself) lift break Gen. Crook Lieut. Scbuyler and other with command) to to bring tire ci.si and bit follower) in, dead or alivd. The General Imnujlf, and Captain Nick- enon. went in hot haste to ihe Verde. We. learn that be (Crook) does not espfcta general onu. It will he hard for lome people to of every description of the very lutetl and Hewest styles Carpets arid Oil ClotJis of the very latest patterns Shawls of the most select and beautiful patterns. Hosiery of every -La'djes and Gentlemen ;i speciality with ut, Gents' and Boys' C L OTH1-NG of ihe most approved, fashionable make. BOOTS AND SHOES For Lading and Gentlemen of the very best quality "hand Children's ditto. We guarantee these to be equal to any sold in the eastern cities. utbreak, and thinks he will Ue able to corral ad Indund who are out. If captured, Uelcbe winter's morning before daylight, and then jolt lo be killed. Scouts ar? oul from slinoil fbiver for (wo or three bourn on the oulii'lo l'w Posls AP5''lie The Apa- i of in empty stomach before breakfast, but by j on l''e war P1'1' "e with new the new arrangement are on the road guna, and Indian agents are accui- jonly two nigbti instead of three it was before, e J said lluntcM and those who travel know it it n much pleas- 1 report lniiiin plenty around 1'rwcott i anter to make a journey in ihe daylight than in j Other Pltwl ln lb? vicinity.- I'rospectora, tnv- especially in a couch drawn by iele" otners to go well irmml and be Witcllfu1' Apaches attack when leatc expected. "OCT have .igiin been robbing tbc- poor livi'r- If they cannot be the darkness, four or .ix wild mules g..ing breakneck speed through the mountuns along roads that swum purposely constructed for "the coroner, and threatening every minute to tear one. into "for- lhtir let the citizens .if Sal: ty thousand shoe strings." and twisted at tiiat. i lbe call uj.- M.iny people, too, travel out this far for diver- i ihis counl.v iBl1 for assistance. Out- nion ahil'to gratify curiosity; the more rngged j must anci wil1 liave the r.itdj the higher the mountains ond the i py Tbi- New York is not ffratefni the c.nons, the grander ...d.ullimer when Democracy lav prone in the scenery, am! of course, the greater the desi.o to j .-bange, a day for sightseeing lppetl tlj ..Liberalism" to try and lift the pariv conneclions are closer out of the mire ami. although the friend thus and more c-onvenienN ontreate 1 was too weak to accomplish this her- culenn tnsk, it at least certilieil its good will bi- lying down in the slush beside its prostrate com- panion. And these are the thanks which tin. Liberals now get from the leading organ of Dem- ocracy It calls them "a squad of emptv polit- ical swells We commend the milter to th.' njov it. By this g..ined, while all the 1hemu-ic.il entertainment giver, iiy our Colorado trienda last night, was a decided suc- y particular. It is epoken of as one si trtMts ever enjoyed bv ihe people ceia in evt of the rir b if S.tnta The A en hand and for sale cheap for cash Q GROCERIES LIQUORS AND CIGARS Canned Fruits and Can- ned Oysters, ETC., ETC., ETC. i A complete imd full assortment ulivivs on hand. QUEENSWAKE OF EVERY VA- RIETY. DRUGS, PAINTS AND OILS, and a full assortment of nil articles nec- essary for Carpenters and nil classes of mechanics. PLOWS, SPADES, SHOVELS, HOES, RAKES, And every article required by fanners luborinV men. e musicians lirst class per- and know how to sing a good song. Thu iiouie wBfweli filled and ev.-rylM.ilv sren.ed to consideration of all whom, in ibis Terri- V satisfied. are gUd lo tn- m'-v _______ ..ounce that Ihe gentlemen have been indu.-i-d to and financial inatterTse-m to be give another ,e to-night. Sot a man !lllt The' banks' or woman in Santa fe should miss tliisupporlun., working back -raduallv to tkeir old position an.i itytohear s.uue really fine instrume.ital and day's news which'brings favorable tiding, vocal music. Amusements of an enlightened frnm ,h.. East listens and shortens the time 101 or pleasing nature are too scarce in this ni.i.iy full resumption for the usual activity ia old citv, to let Sll.h a dunce as Ibis slip. Then trade. The restoration of confidence and re- turn out nnsse and mikt it to the interest of Illeanj ,nd to clay aitli us a while. confidence in the AVest, and we shall have Bp" An e.xpress from Gaptain M.-Ivibben I cuiiiiimni a _ 'lit, n, yi-sterday, hearing The trial of Marshal Uazaine is slowly lo him the sad news ,.f the d.-alb u; his son, In opening, it is reported, th'.-. Charles II. 15usline.ll, at that post, on I JH Frrn.-h government made oot a bad case agninM 'be decease.I wa. the soidirr. It .-barged that he was lihough a young c'li-lly in plotting for the rrstoration ih K.npire, and, to this en I, was in VR to e.xpress M.-Kibbcn pro- .g Fort Slanton, to Doctor Jiushneil on' ______ Indian ag morning of tin- instant. r.istniast.-r at Slant.HI, and man who had been hut a few months a resident of our Territory, had iron the conli.lene.'. and M- secret nepoliation with the enemy. teem of our people by his high character and proven, it will go hard with M tribal manly qualities. lo their Vep bereavement D-atb is ihe penalty of the crimes of which ho Doctor hi., family ha- the warm "ympalhy i> accused. of many friends. i morning wn. T [rnstu-atmg trip to bin Juan yesterday. 1 hev closely hugged th- on the streets pre- Mtrehtnu will And It to their advantage tn call .an ul Uefori going Kul, u we kup on hani ASSORTMENT OK GOODS ESPECIALLY ADAPTKU TO THIS MARKET And of adjoininj and Stataa of Uiilco. With thMiki for tho liberal patronage ex- .uided to at In tlM put, will tndearor to merit by dtrbting oar twit eflbru tad on- BROS. ffwtn MaJeo. ot all kinds und of he best quality. Liquors and Ssg-ais '.If the most select and choicest brands. to keep the best in New Mexico. tyjf Thankful for the liberal lo generougly Jbeatownd (.ince -tlie "Viidation of the house in 1846 we -.ill try to mniler ourselves worthy of the confidence ami (it the people of New Mexico -We protean to keep pace with titiiKO mid purpose KOCH. id.' opln on the streets pr the corn-r rooster. all their game and i probably louk most decidedly contracted wber A...! y-t In- i-ailfl Mi'MijTh t.> justify th- w-- have in'jtnl. Tin1 jihfi-? itf ice w is The latest returns from Cilform's indifitt- rind MMTrury hi ili- thfriiintnror in a lujui i M'Kinley has been elected fo the Supri'aju stutf. If w- k-i-ji up thit huwevrr, k" five thousand innjority. The mny indtiw n rush i.f mid wpather. 1 reports wire to the tbit lie bid been j iletVutt'il by a ninjority. rV Mr. K'u'h.iit pl.uderrt.tj repairing Ins gar Jen wall. It will wry much the looks of the and relieve it from part of its dingy HCSS. A train of five or six wagons loaded with shingl les, came in yemc rday. to the concert lo-night, and hear aomB fy rcpt" new I'lvfrtineraenli, "for rVJotinion Koeb bave been receiving and shipping large of during the last few and, we unOtrattnd, are by n.- means through vet. fW plain ii neing inone.1 wilh a bye and conibed with rake. It needed a liilht rxor- cising of tbii kind to get rid of (hi old papers, dead wirda and dirt ernerklly. rf The diitrict ccurt for UeniaSJli Bounty cioiei ihii week.
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