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   New Mexican (Newspaper) - January 21, 1883, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                SANTA PE DAILY NEW MEXICAN. VOL. XIV -NO. IB SANTA FE, N. M. SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2t -1883, PRICE. SCENTS PALACE STORE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, f j liavi- nt all tm liiinil a.  Tive tin- orilfti, but il is The ilfa'l so fnr :is kinurn atw Nlifl. 'asswell, wifu of ji wt'll known iniuiuy .un, Lnirucd; F, Pii'rsuu, express Iho of one of tlio livpcrs, mumM Wrlclit, out .ilive.but soon aHer I.nwrenco, nf the other hnrnwl. Il rivintl Unit tht- ul ox (iuvbiiiur _ uwuey, who, with her was on train. Use iltrud. At LI. in, s-ovca hftil uikfu. dill. soLuubnnitMl beymul '1'hti following jnjur- il: Mid. Cuntafn J. K. Ifinwii, Miss liruvvfi, Mrs. A, L. VViiti'ilujiisi; HIM I two children, John F. (.'aist'll, Duvriipy, mnid of AliM. I'orler A slit. Jnitics Woodnil, h', W. Dougherty. Mis. I'. U. Hatch. Mra. U. Eliileii. It is K remnvkubln fact thnt llin ivovinditl lire :ilnioat willinut cxL-viition HIT Ht.HUITF.Y Ttin iioaspnu-rs aro unhurt: IVrU-r Aahe wife. 11. A. Oliver. MiM K. Siuires and T. J. Ollvtsr. Mimy am missing anil me ani'uosvd. have been hurictl in Itn- ami ton- Aabc ard wlfu. daiKthlcr. Mrs. JiulUO K. 11. I'rockrr, wns on her ilitii; tour, wtire in Um slwper wliiuli ilrnt loft the truck nuit mi- lujurLil iihnuM miiacuhma. AsjMHiiul train luu Ijot-n sent t.i the Ecenn from Ixia AiijjpliM wilh nhjsi- clMis urn I iiii tho itvml and woupdeil will lw taken ii' i, Ill-mil hue lUenttuii iu tlteui ou tho wusrking iriin Imi arrived reporla from 'I'e- UH tliu pioba.bla caiisti of heatvidi'tit that when Uie tniinnlor- tJ it? HS r lirakf.s on tb e deUici engine reluxol, jiurt the hand jrakca were either left open or not alionx onoiiyh Lo hold the train. Tlio movement may have been by the stiung gHle vrhlch was blowing. l TWKNTV KILlJiU. Ills now IliRt eighteen just Angers ami two alecping cnr iwiteis wero kilted and ten or twelve knliy jiirwtl. boUJM have bct'ii rtt- mhtetl from wivck. One of ihcui in cortsldnred certainly to be that of Mrs. Powney. Cautuiu pro- viootily iniured, Is not esiK-ct- oil to survive. Thu winmdeil will bti phici'd In tlio hospital at IMS Angctes at Iho-ratluiftd1 Ji I'xrK-iiM. The reuiaitiaof unliJeutiOotl, If auy, will be gather- ed up ami at Ixia Angelf-a, ipcrlntendurt Flllmtire says H Is not knuwn who to blumo, but sutuo Imil IHMIII caroler, and ihu mutter will bo yjoroiijfbty TliB Iralucarried frum this city one pouch of for St. IIHITN CU> SllirUe! cm-. Jan. re- o( mor lhAn In New central I i ijrinor: No. ii. Slaikt-1 I'lrm, No. niixv.l, V.'i bid; i :x VJJ for 111 tor Slav. Ktd Cloud, tin; Sioux Chief, Being Made a UDII oral NPW Jan. 'AI.--A ]IILS f a oeapornUr l-itUli- ,nilu bulvvt'tn tlie seventh i nuil TlM'unti! TPP Indians. Tin- lv men killeil run! Ti H i-.-iili'ii in! 1 h- ClI'Y. LN'.- hulicalur n-ixtru calllo re- Markft weak wid tlTl n iitull and lliei hrttliern in sparM-ly Uesir-o. Nathlng U.h IDIC uf thi-i .vuiM'fi t Hi in the Indifferent wlilcti s, bul wUh liidomils- will. tnUurdueifuf Aiul Ibeir Q tact, up-iH Cl Ibis FORTY -SEVENTH COXtiRKSiJ. Jan. -AJ.-Mr. Hlaii je IlLllltVfjr Of n nl the within Die _. I'L-jirotl. i SJAVA.VNAK, ItH Unit the Sjivaiiunh rivrr will oveillow. At U il feet six inches ami t-vn un hour. lUekwater ii voiainj iJilvi tho IIJIIKT :nul lower patti of lUe cily. fur'ltfc hi'jii'lwsii U-rs i.f the liv.-i ntaychusuH froslitl. .'oi.Knr-, Ohio. Jan. -L'liis alter' noon a. p-jftiun of vrhiU-i s t'liijiloyeJ Lhu MorinuK TBU'Rratn tlio blishera lo Iht foreman, anil when retiue.st WAS refused left Ihi-ir u-iirk. TJie va'Miicie.i -ami llitf paj-ei will uii-nL to t :lia i lire mu MIVH: ut n m- .....jlioni.f in.slane from llinw '.-euls i L-xltn, _ shall Uku from Jauniirj 1, IS-t. t" ilr. SUeruiau KtUl M-o I active SlicTlon! j LiiBt.J-1 Junuari i ,1-r: I Mil wiU to llus kind frl.W; winter, The Jtlsile itnlll 1 o'clock, when a vott was taken the aincnd- incnt uiruml by ilr. to sliikt mil the iti the bill for the iluclion oC Setter to two The luuLiou to strike out Xtijuiirtlun Criiiilt-'O, -Sr. UHTIS, Jan, NLW York Texas Lund t-onipany, hronttht suit in the federal uourl ol Uiilhis, Tex., to slit to lands and Ihi county surveyors of ililfect'iit cimnthy fmni making or liavtiii; made surveys of st-cviou laud in the of the slate, :uiJ injinicllmi. ThR suit involve, over iirn-s ol" hitiil. Whiakv, at I'ork Iilslici iit JIT for for JuniLiry. AfkT Hie puswige of two privale tlit  Kcporl. I WASHLXUTDN, Keceipii of NuLUiiM.1 Ir.ink uoti'j for Hurini; i'inilnn SI Kinds lu'hl by thu treasurj-Id ae-I cure .tmlional hank nririilatiou, j sO.-i.UOO; securo ijublii: money a in j imliDiial bank depositories', 1 hind a to sec'Ure circulation tin- cirat-hiUou witluliawn du'iiiiH thv vveck, inn. No. -2 ml. No. S itsl MOKa- tuil. I'oik'. ilull.'at ilT.Z.'kUA.sh. La til tnm'.icial. l.UJ. FOREIGN FLASHES. Irish CoihqiirAlors Anxiuiis to Turn Pnmch Sll- uatioii. Ktc. t of siDCe uur U'uluJ ll ca'k later thin Uie coa-iyei bj Cunei, and nearly i centur y vloiis lo the ImdinsDrthfr upon shorts oC ItauMhau-lu Hay I bat th.uae Sputap soul.f npim the most lion' rtfo] iQvt successful Journey to the gcsof hbtory. Tlie irfjlnt >jf departure (ralf Cflftil nt Htlier [xniLifanA r Texas as Vnown In mixlrtn ijeosripMw. Tlnse wanderers by swacmnan.1 of A semi -Uo Uliiinle, Uie ilwy. tlvera atiil Iv-nw (oreiU   aixt evcr'nponthii for wild AIM! hos- tile linUjJti, TKAVERrlaO THE aTUKi-M Uieir norttiviest from the gulf, mil upou Uie Toan-i of early Vaci an.l bis coni- aftvr mauy weary travel, reiched the WHtvn ot ln> and altvr months of uuct'ttaln achc.1 the Indian vll- aiteadhH trip (ar u. tht jdtru u Sjnti t'e ami by I'vciin, he i-j.l'tiilwl hLl te K rtllnl Lectoivn ihtiurs upon the Tutotu lUtM in'l localities hziptMrMi fcvtr reidy laeatefa npon ihti di-scrli-tiout uf Ihe country t illy intlr VxUitjr with aoolrnt hiitory. Tiujy XebrMkftbM a who elaim-i Uial UM wuthtm ttTitra! purtlua of LLiit ni ibera- Ui of the eiprdlctnn, at or i City; trlille ilJli another luce fnnlier ioulh, pmslblf In t .M tTft tJI Itiia theotlzlDg intr tw, is Dudoutt atxwt bh uwidi (ur to Ihe erer I litre rjuij il of bafffllo i K tlonbt ta point vdl Iff, liv ilUAouri rnrr. barer tr iii-jy tern wa treiold Ibal he met "Ta'arraT, ihe Wag that JiL-i creator aipi of bring the .1 meula which they were ta than "Jetret of copper tboot UM' 'the Vlng." The men UrMt alo meat, stept la _lMKi of tufliio wore ciide of Imftaio aad iboat like llie dL.bearU-nod.aiMl htt cobapanlofis returned two femn tt> t ttolil at Lrer' bftct I from 1Ut MIXC.4, Ubor by Piramj awl Cortex. Uid ptwperted ami ttavefri-i hUmento work opon the uiinnn of this (eneraUon, 'eoalJ hare mavis returns far oC tiM lime. AbouJ liSl Jtuji, vrtlh a_ RIQ SiiiU Domlcgo, and no doaW h'u fUtu to the east, for ho reaialoed ta aJ abantlonrf him. Upoa reWm of lo Zocatects w Itboat Rujn, TfLViiily hete were belot hf-ri' tivdiy, charged la uinrihT unicjiils. L-ouil room was crowded and Hi beca rn e 1 cUresLed to' his fete, -awJ tn In'search of Rayx dentally Lo learn oltbe Ptmatrj. levedbr iray of Riu Cooebet md 0 rande to iHitfcto, where death of R' at the of DJ la aa eir-erthttm ro ZU. e- of New twenty ol o( UiecILy of Mexico. Mein- orabltf wentt lleta lint ciinwty ihe ktiowl- cl mn luliablUal i J J vkorU eiisUDCfl ot B liviiJK lii prrmuient and cluitered IB fot- lu w Ing iuu pursuits ttf 1-eace by ikllfntc f B frura Ihi! Putblw U> them In of coouneudiUoo f bsblts of liuluAtiy. ami hwiiltatity lo tte LU couiDAn J for d i vltH M lor chuacter at K towoA ant! market placea. He ttfan filti hij r _r Ssiiui, he s Ui to lunik notes out-Uuevtsi WITO hiwfnl ois ci[ im I ion at i i tljat. _____ liskm. TUirty-uino thr budeJ at Ciutiaviru this t'vui (Hhrr nru still out. Oui-ste.i ria imtl HaitsA mat seveml tuts iii siMicli of thu other TUT. niur CLmbria mo ('ojiiuiatuh-r oil! wr. K. P. tliinl (MllciT, A. Vnw; iul engi- irt r. Malk-r; rhlf-f slruanl, J. A. lle.yd.oni; fi-iirlu Ili-Ht engineer. F. Aljilien; neer. 1-. l Vidi'Tiiaiin; I'tiysirin mirser. J. KourwiLri; t'iiubihi wila u iJ fmt ajid Hjh Urvetiock in !Sii7. J. F, II. Anierlc.in packvl vfim found nt 1m n IVIKMUT. Imil boLwti ami 1 fi- i'r Ouubria hnve and i-nssi-m that tlio l iif Hte U-on j- uml about HO mimll repis- First National Bank of. Santa Fe. NITED STATES DEPOSITOBY apilal, 50.000. Suiplus W. W. Oi It. J .OiriA Second National Ban tcltcts for vaiious ytlHT points. 0 mail Important and inuisiinlly contulnmu jiriiitiil for and nil lib, Ariautiu. Now Tesas.a rllou of Colointln nnil tho tlalu of noro, ttJie Is that ail Q mail ntid express nuitcrwnslmru- anotltcr that II was Kweil. IlKI'flllT CONVIIIMKII. A Into dlapjiich'froni '1'tthnclKipi rumtho ilrs. Ixwiirj uiul r3 Downuy U txi'Uy hnit .t wiH recover, JJut tow ft hen1 on the train, A numlxir 1 way stations, lint ft.i nlinl Is no1 up until ilojavo la tfauht-J. Uie nil list rau'l IHI mads up exeunt hy )iurt juqulry. Tho train with tho i nil woundnl will reach Ixw A nit whcii further ny IM iibtained. Mwrrtcr nt KNYKK, Jnn. Ix-ailvilUi Thomas a mlnrr, ftiul Xllkil by Hiiothtr A. The aluxJlinniH'ciirTei l the mine, jvnd Ihu nr ilfrty sltalptlai follnwa: Homo HJTTO months ago txith rvahkil at- the liome of Mr. Grcjfuo whu boatiltU Dm ineii employe t thft JriHi ralrw. tlrvKor ,nj I'olly.ujK'ii wlmt loathjrtu wjd I'atentcn doicj, but ll iiuthlnu fur elllwr. evei I. A fft tiqucl nf tbcCliir.iKii J'TOW-I club ifiyiM DioGianJ I'AtlQc ov.'inns :nnl wiis liirjielv aL nik-d by local itnd vtailiuti tottxMUtwerv lini'f mul In fulluwwl by I'a., Jnn. --Tint liitp r I'iw lltio wiir tit Tilmulli) 11.111- tines >vith no of nlviionn-Jtl anJ in eicllpment In nt fevrr ln-at. 'he old oflklftls hold lliek oillcen ft orco of and Ivirrlcailt'i-V dnoi'ft. Tlie oflloerswill not foive. Jauiw ..tfctio alvts outers to all crnjiloyfi to land Unsold board nnd they will bn dtl nutlilnu for eE nil tho men pit Into A ng After N WAfl fiom tlie Iran lulne went to vtr. He shortly ivtMnietl ami eecntr t Iti the' American Xhwttry' bunoto of clothlns wbkli aUrUxt to mum, but wto a crew of w a L'll 111 litV Kuts. iunL slio Two yiiars ax O, Jan. Tli c third ntinu; Held Hull. Uutti, vleKiuHinjr uasliler. 1ml H ill nl Hit-re arv tKi: oriiKH iiAUivs itl atr iceuiiotiCiJ. Tlio ileUvlivo nt ta with rx'rsmii of- inturnuition. pcrsous liavfr left lay OH twocliaiKKnif foiwry mul iwo iiubiiii'duriiiL' thfwrrt im.l a.li'HHrtivu f 'larei-ny. Until was for rr-urt tu J ,7t nnc :'KX'bail. -f-iw piuchiiw uf llio ravulvur that h.i'l Mhvli UrU'OliVtf iVi aixt ltM and took. i liU j nietti." pofofc thus vWfted wire i VVM UMt GalUleo, ta la Xew Meilfo, ti'p- 1 (J% Earned of a f ttto Klo r.raiuU-, at Santa-Ve j Syuroey ,o Rljrth called eoatiln- TueMWrio the tint towns. JBJM ltUtxl ta B report undcittvk lo -Utttr pratlvcr, nvl at ZunL. llrsi or itliln Uie of ureat of free anJ who Juui nvuiT Rcne- Lu the lacJiM vf >wue with aaiue in force, Le ta purpose of ('nliiriiilo. liiis l In; ami uf foiiml lu' n[ ono of pi isnners. tli.j Itia Kvt- a If d.mn vlie This wu luwilb uf Jalr. ceit July, tiroo siwlulexl fur f of NVvr liuarlrrof Kecounty, ind au KVouat of.bow tovlsU Tauon (now ;w j to rarry heot, Mill anthe r. In all probably n. oUl; Puablo now, polnl ,JUUI Tloi Hit- Turin. iiriit bill now I'-i-i ale atul dwUh'il rali No. I-' r MihcJulv uf their in otftt ixiiiciiilmenti follow: I not .No. hi. two :tucl hlxiy-fivuune nUli llio UrscripUou nf lljlve unir- of Unit Mr. IJnike. 'I'lu' ii-liri' iiiU-n.l innlclnt: live iitrvats. Mullptt. U'.ul- i-i uf Hit) LI a of to IhO V i t i'errlu wurly 'lutivh Itiluticlion nMlncthiir boarxl nhsununc control nil itetlon to dhow Ux> if the Mine. A Halit IA mint to ollovr. It Mwms thntiilt rttnunodf a storm 1 LhnifKl cold Htnrm oo, Juii. AWA drlvhiR a inovninumiJ day. 1'lw U vtry oiil niockmlf.i ou luo MlniifHotti Mini repot led. Tlwalorm venUrJay wa: n, but lut ttiat trains will run uary U Jury for mMdwiti.' K. I'ptotK late prnUkm ul tho del Ulty biuiv; hkdktMl by g itmiHirrnuJ. arc aubjcci lo A >ui StiTON, :m C.ipt ul n river ctnniiiittev, RHVC ,lii? (lotxiM of r-KiHJmUturM of Uu- nisali'-iifrH Ikefixv HIP rotumillM to-dny, htitKHKAii. MinnL Jan. ot'fti hy the buiViiiii; ol tlic Key 'ily Tliurfcibiy tinjht will iwy" JUHULI IhP I'ikdLk liuU'U thu wii.i il-nnaKfl lully in- IILVil'. Jan. 1 iitx.-irtl TtniUl.iJ Irtsl uf MUniM upon itir j, aiul in Uaj' r wfuj- ai Hie city UoxUv LI tUu Ui tbe jjrunpot i uiid near In confiniuMon s-Lttp- ittr tits iuailL> thr uitive Mex1' As a fitted Ilia tint uuile; tJ e ol NiJLi.wbo Llni a Kulile UlJckaitiyiv, aud UMl 13 a Mianouvfr to lion iirhvctts. 1'hf I'ahinul ivmu'll air.iinsl nretoml- tothoihvtiieiiii't HHMifylnctliP In1 to the OrrvWA. Jivn. is tli.it Wulvsuml will vliii L'-anatla firsl wit'k In inuinEiik! :mlil afttT HIP in tell of thu nil Nli.v J iuJi-v.TrtH' nut iic tha   urlYe nt ZunL lib Ur. nl-i Hie and nhole party Into rilttl- cf NU4 a uc- umtuitirut Mvn OMIC Lhrre Ilioutftit he r liava wmlu un aitd U Sv. Cisco biiTlicO last A wliij tlit iiNi (jnworv 51, -W; no Hill x Shft- lon'n HUDoiwry IUMISW, linuie-l. lUnray, Clinvmnn .t Co.. im inaurauce S. ilnry, wihwu, uu i Dr. Marth'tt ollkw, J runi UwlnHn, Mn.. 11. Jliirtli arrUtnl liero alioul Biuruluu. tUvluR taken on tnitn At bottW cofiUiclnf corrotlvt ulieaof Iw SlatM, ilnn JWnnuiU. tlio K TV ill ui iv> uxvliii lii Now Yutk, n i Ihr of Krlirtiaiy. il bvt moral. It jmrvorU In recltt? In the privnto lifo ot the IctblnU ti> appoint the riluci' of cliiuf uf Oie llliii-lior ot hla visit here. ftuttlhliili of I'wniiinliv JMlic-ia, uititct ltd ol Mlowol In wKh JUi of niidltig irwAt of cold pAipte, a.i had founJ tery I Mioiiacif icjAlfj ami refln-J- lad rtirt KaJ, i M iV vriUi a colony In Ctimlla, cpoa tt bank 1U) Gruid e wbvre Bia aiiu Into the Fotxiter, attd a iil Sou t lib r hj itttlciniMit of TauuA W CJmte aAsc the I F.I Tvgnaju. fv, arul wn niaJe tlieei[ nwvluccuf NewMaxtco. vntafr.ol ciplUl U> uhl uf cjvll, rullltary, iUtl the eirly   

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