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   New Mexican (Newspaper) - June 27, 1877, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                v'OLUMK 9. SANTA FE; NEW MEXICO WEDNESDAY 187 SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS st'iid Uealbrs iu MASTER'S SALE OJUiEAL ESTATE, Terrri tory- of N ,M exico First J udi j-ial tnei. comity of San Miguel. PKTKU MAXWBVL, Lux Bvti AX JARAMILLO. Administrators 'oT tate 01 Luciyu B. vs.'- ALEXANDER- VALLE and CAKMELITA ROY- D A1LY NEW MEXICAN ice is heroby given that utuler and by vir- provisions .of a decree rendered in and by Hie First Judicial District" Court, ol the Ter- r i i o ry o I N e e x too. i n an i I76T the County ol San on tlie 10th day of March A.. D. 1874 Tt'CJiiEIt. Mague' which has .j'yearsvirro'wirl a vigorous, progresVirii and liistit u affording I better advantages" for sriidy 1 1 ban can be obtained cliCAVhcre, except rciurtli of July. It will be no lack wf; patriotism, ofj Jin Europe. TACTICS. The -idvpcates of temperance for r. wberrjn other things, is forth, that frdhi-a-cnr to the- -spread-eagle melita lloybn! he forever -barred and V t-ne'tJue-rrackerjuhilees' and et- of ami equity of redemption of in or to ceteras-. which li'jive. the premies .-et forth therein.and' 'Cjj hereiriaftfr and every part and parcel thereof, unless the sud defendantsxtheir per- rcpr.csvM.itar.ives, heirs or aligns, shall within from the entry of said decree pay to said "their solicitors "j "a.vj FGREiGM AH8 DOMESTIC lars interest thi-.nton. at tlie rate of. 1 riper.' cent. pera.ii-iuim from tuV dnt'i of said decive. wii li the ex- pelves' of said suit; and in default" of the pay- nicnt of -an! -inn, ibc to be sciid'at .i iiccoKiaiu-e decree; revereMce-roT-fhrsVrSay of days to the 0nCe hnVe a kgal advantage over the when we say t ..traffickers in 'intoxicating liquors The usual ceremonies its celebra- temperance champions Thursday caused t he excise board to be arrested -for viola- tiou of law in-granting; licenses to retail It lias discovered that i he 1857 its license for retail the 'only law now in force. What .is called the Tweed excise granted retail licenses, was passed in the lew- without aii-ge'of. progrjHiune, fur mi hundred years past ushered- is tie stale ainl monotonous. We >C associations which ".surround 'it, love to see sonic change made in its iintiual commemoration., thrill the-hfc'url with gladness iVistead of regret, and Weave memories of pIcMSiirei havitig tailed for i u 1 1: re occasions, i cad of that pay to tiift said coiuplaiuanrs. or anv lor 1nio-hi i any part thereof, as therein provided and in pur- j time fur hcal'thi'til enjoyment, for general suahye of an order made and entered bv.suid j-f., V 'Court, in said: day of IC A. D. 1877. I  of the Iddepen'dcr.ce of the' United Srates erf America. AV'hnt t he me vvi ll be. U.any, we'have not vet been .advised.. is la ture of 1870 wBich leaves the quest ion shbject to tlie xetail prohibition, law of The temperance are active and ale'rt and there is tujjcli excitement among the small li- quor (Ion lers. A test will be .-tried-' in a fcxv .LADIES'SPORT. The Indies of Staten Island hare organ- ized what 15 termed "The out-of- doorSport Anioijg. the active some of the niost prcmhieBt and aristocratic hidics of Staten Island. Their'snorts." consist of anchcry, croquet and other lawn- sports. Tbey -have .al- ready i merest ing KOSES AXD .closed tlie exhibition of ..roses and. strawberries at Gilrnore's Garden 'last, iiisiht. The dis- of roses superb, and the '.straw--'. IVOTICE. Farming Impjements. on tund and lor Bale cbetp for cush GROCERIES LIQUORS AND CIGARS i and Can- ned Oysters, The undersigned having been ap-pointcd- by ihehonorabie Probate Court ol SatiU Fe county'.' of .the'-estate of the deceased -lobn Martin, liereby inform and require all arid every perso.n who-has a against said e.4atie to present his ucooiint without" delay for. Icjral approbation; furthermore do. we request every and all.person's, w.ho tire indo.btcd to thr said estate to come (or ward'.and settle or else tin? account> will be placed iu the' hands oi'an Attornev for-colku-tion. 'VTM H. thoug-h it seems high tiiuS if berries were inini.ense; one lot of ten ber- to quickly KS one pound. This display togivcMf. Fiske, Mr. j bnii'.jjht ont'the so we had soine.other of our cloqueni -..rrtiors roM-> jnui "ho-i ..strawberries and Opportunity-nriTrepaio to j "cretuc   gu-otit. TWEED rrrole of j A t KM-I.PJ- C-e-ireral Fairclnld has reject- July speakers are iou h ried in their 1'u; and seen, to in -ur-ly ed and r.-niriied the proposition made by oVaii.-j.s j Tweed fc.'r his relief: It seems that this has been used by the State other cities on tlilu day ihau iiko politicians IP.- and pariy measures: viotis occasions, owing u> th Administrators. Santa Fe. M., 3larcb 17.1877. Solicitor of and Pa vents, SANTA FE-NEAV MEXICO. i Will prowecuioclalma, in all the Government Depart- ment for the settlement of Back, Pay, Bountj-, Pennion of Property, tuken for Government use or hy.Indian (itipredatiotiti, Land Claim of Officers' am) the patent, office, etc., etc: Special information promptly fur ntahed to Betllcrii and utoclc who may de nire to jocatc anywhere'ln JCcw Mexico Post office ndarcM Santa- Fe, Sew Mexico or Xo, 1313 S street; Washington, D. C. ETC., EICV Mtrehnntt- will flnH it to their vantage to ub before keep oo hand. 4M ASSORTMENT OF GOODS ADAPTED TO MARKET. And adjoining Territories and of ttnlMm Mexico. Wtik ttuiny tor jke liberal to QR In the pan, -no will endeavor to tontinuanoe by devoting effort! eomnitreial inter- J. J.-DOLAN." .T.H.KlLEY Wholesale and in General Merchandise. LIQUORS MIXING Bl FLEMENTS. Highest price fc: country pro- duce, citttlft. etc." UCOLN, 1UO BOMTO, N. M. July 1, 1876. dullness of'the times and ji-gro nvur-] litical siou to the expense of great pecially of life-works. Will Fe Driving Park Association give u s light on the subject l i {.at the prjsoner has -been a po- e-cock r.nd sca.pe-goat ever residence in Ludiow." Mr. Townsend; Tweed's counsel, will public the whole state- yet here little hope of obtaining: Tweed is deject- Lr. S. B. liue'd to his residence for several tvjeoks by serious illness. Dr. R. U. Lon-vvill is rehui Vti u> lhis freedom client. ed an.d Inmself as discouraged 3 7 his physJciiih. We are gratiniU to Icart; that Mr. Wiieeiock is MOW .Mr. Alex. G. Irvine back yes- terday fro iii a quick, trip to Peo.ria. TILDES. The truth iliac Tildeu is so broken- thaLhc but little" mental -vigor, left', and in phu-e of leading hisi party in 1S80 the..probuhilities.are.that h.e will be his old home place, 'ami where- liis wire unknown in .and1 that then -he and child now He -'l trip in lifieeh days. the round will be in- all. the irrent -uiiknow.it. which Mr. Wiiji Spiegel who .has absVrit about two on a excursioii to the Galiinas, returned. to the cit T U. S. Senator Stephen Dorsey of Arkansas arrived in the city yesterdav Ex-Secretary Belkii.np has been In York at the ST.'James Hotel for a luontli or more, but wluu he is "-doinsr- does not appear. Mrs. Jtelknnp is Iveokuk, la. OENEliAL BUTLEK. -General' Bui tar will lecture at the Actdv and is sojourning at1 the Exchange IIutL-1 eniy of this evening in OM] U. S, FORAGE AGENCY. BERXAL1LLO, forage. MEXICO. for travelers nnd >rablen and re.iKoiiablc. may I. ton. ANTONIO ABEYTIA Y AllMIJO, SOCOURy Our Sew York Letter. XEW YOKK CITY, June 18th, 1877. ART-STUDENT'S LEAGUK. The ot whose rooms are at 108 Fifth avenue, is based -nponjhe co-operative plan, ti sustain- ed by monthly clues from And iUaiiiis nre to extend to its luemhers nni- tunl nid, and unlimited fucililies for study in the various brAJicli- os of art. Ambitions found themsclvca restricted in their facllitiesi for at the old academy, nnd so conceived the idea of establishing the Art', nthoiic church. It seems that Butler is in York, place i.i Colorado. Bl'BT 11 DA Y. O F OU R FL'A G. 'Thursday, iho 14th insr., tlifibirtli- dny.bt the and in honor of the day, the Stars and Stripes Honied in the city almost ns conspicuously as ou a 4th of-July. VACATION. The exodus of tuinisters to Europe r in numbers largely cd over last Vear. A number of popuiaf city pastors arc already off for their summer vacation. t.K. B   

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