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Santa Fe New Mexican Review (Newspaper) - February 16, 1885, Santa Fe, New Mexico SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN SANTA 1 MONDAY FEIiKUAKY 273 o 2 w z h I S Z v I M X Cherry tu Uifl trr 1 fr fia Of A pruftn whUli Ami at lur uw MUl CHI KMT l II II MMinvU M tf t of wind i WM trlanl in iu M Mr tt fMiint tor Hint inv IN YERS y With rf or trilliitjj ui 1 IUl ttlf uf ft ffttftt rftlvfcrv HI ft fifly 1 lung ftuO ft without Cough MKXICAN TIDINGS be He there in time ftiiugh iv pass all the uppropnu lion bills and tha 4th of Mairli lluil cverylhing In proper shape fur i un niiiK tlieguvaiumifBt for the InNrciliiia el Iriitti lie NuliiinN HIP MlMr UK In liiillirr Tlirir Dudley Fluid tins reached his Tlie York Suti favois Halting Tle Nebraska senate bas passed the railioad fltirp tn death III 1 hi influx uf Maidi iias at New has With tlie Iherinoiuctei below MH4 Cirowr The of the Natinnal i Hoist iroNvcrs Association liate in srssiiin 1iist two Jiml out the The Iliifcifnce committiH hail n Im illIlisiiui ifjiarilitii thf ami i1al iiitciihts nf tliH association anil t inIft of cai ing out its nlijcrt ainoiiK olhcr things iliTiIil tn uigi ihr itiik of ciiintry to so thai thv may Uavi1 ifpiiiittii i tiou n the naUoiial asioiiatioii and upriuliiiin Siiulii SllllHll ill the initHo on flu lnliaii Ration its Sreii triiui nillrr it ft rutif lieu counties in Unit iliitt S laL ill The tin eiliicHtimi uf Catholics in Hi Jam has entcted suit against the Mrliuil liee Il foi iJi ooo for horribly bmned by the of a Was haliiJCl ll IJolililayshuii foi killing Ir Egypt will a tindid of OTlolioVall lloHii rrh HIV 11 ftMCf uti iiKitMit iv of IU uf ii 1 am MOV iM lloH HE I HIM July A Cfuiitry Uil IM til f Irotn Itiftt fftuitly tHJil Jtt a IHII iof null aiul frvqurtit ti ItM than in limn i from late Innight nays the anjiililant lu niuht ovu the ariiiii taken by the legiHliituro rei thy It is now tated that Moiiion anil hii friinJs an anil that hisiarlyrf II liieiniiit fioin the rare ii now conreded II on a It by no inraus II that Logan will Im II In the situation iu the republican is as it was one ago No will be attempted ncaiu until nut Tutsday of an u nl liiiliiHtriiil ICiiltTprlvc llennof Minor IollMlril fur M imKKT Jan tun KChiJr Nrw U inn luiir fill HIM f Illl f U desil ui all Vtt pil lh 1 nioic i fnnteinplitteil by tlie SANTA FE CLAIMS FOR 1884 PAID BY THIS COMPANY Injnrrd hy frotu Ttirowii frtnn b THERES MANY A tf Ot IIII ROSE EYTINGE fcllrr U I I ITfii hu ft flIMM tllll I lul For one night ir THE SUPERB UNION SQUARE I Ill wlirli iti Ayer A c it XO COLD SILVER in Olocki and Nt FALSE REPRESENTATIONS or Diiiui Sittiij ui IMitcli 9TOMI 4kU On tho uvxt to II Siliiiin I tin in i The liiiniiiK I in and tin entailed KI I fajette The at i my anil lol Mil In a il A i in i iiiiH iMnl i ice finin mil wee iiud thiee e on IMW men who had spiie at The ii stiff whil tteii tonnd in a 11 What i lip lieen uu in eeudiuiv lii idestroyed the irew street pulIic school liinise in Atlanta fifteen uoilh of ew Allian William with hii and were tinned tu death m their A number of silver uien in probably I no m will to Iresiilentelrct lexeland a joint Mti asking him to suspend his judgment in connection with the silvri question i til lie has given the matter more It likely a committee uf j mill was one senator and two uicmlxis will lie luiSndes thti tiansfer of the entire except tli null to It is prrvprmd to niri mil it vi Ill thr in the presint in tn a lew printing inachines ener itif uiaiiufaiuue ot irilain classes of that The lu IMIJ atnl runs and It M THE JEWESS appointeil in deliverthe letter to Cleveland in 1 His lettri was prepared iu comMiiienct of various statewcnts that have of late in nlmh it that Mr Cleveland is in favor the suspension of dilvei coinage and that will take that position in his iuaiignia The letter says that thrnfomUis of the us well us fourths of the people of this aie in favor of the coinage I FISCHER CO 1846 Palilm ui iuini lateral MfAIL The National IrotcctiTt Tariff Ixiinjne itnJ the American 1rotvctite Tariff association uve merged the organ After trying fur to win the comunt of the old James Mum fioiu with Vlisi Colonel Thomas thviluytr of Judge of the Kentucky court of died in the iiiMiie anyluui at capiUlisti offer tu build a railway from Sualtiiu tu ttrrbar if the government will 4J iwr on the A hill has passed hoth uf the Oregon legislature tu regulate freight and piuseiiger on the rail in that Couch and his confederates In the Oklahoma Invasion are to lw The them haw reached weit uf the pnlilir square in Prince burmd Kloveu were with altonl half Wliila HliriiiK foi the killetl his wife vviih which he kept an a protect inn A dividend of 0 CMIII has been devlarvd by the court to be paid to Ihr of Shaw Jt the Itostun who failed months newspaper recrived at thi Wash inglon city wan addrrksed To an tf there are It wai sent to Juhn Tiittiv recoveiid ilauugiS lioin the Lake Slime She WHS off M train she hail no although shv offered to pay i At uoilti of Me Daulel Wnghtn louring mill n kiltiiiK Kngineei High uul wrecking the W will rwMtt UlMtMMIiail N BAEOTM a CO ia mil tt mint to any of Golds Praa Muaaumt JAKE BtALIR IN DIDIillaiiltllCANFOTTIBT TheClilcago board of etlnraihui Midetl 1riiicipal Uarnei for Iwo All al latea Mia ladlM tklaai eartava aawtaMM tram Ike Jllfl Umusaaa artklei tke IMMI aflM n PATENTS pendoit nuicipal for Hogging a pupil and also ordered the abolition of corporeal piuiiahiueiit In the Nad Ihmiuls gave a dnncv at hit bouse lu tue Clilckaaaw at which everybody A fight ID the killiuc and wounding of a number uf of naroexl Booiie and fought mill both Koona town wid It auuptiaed thai wa endeavoring toarraai A UM been t nompruiuiav TlllteKinguf Warren In order that her husband luigh obtain a The whole watte ventilated lu Mid Uia lad was Senator the Illinois legis who U very on from home to tirayvllle fruui which place Im will be take in asVHHial Will out hla the repiiblloaus will IM M New Uraiul tha I IMT old daughter of Couductai Jeuk aavrd of over Mart and lift train from intv UbU For ravuuga baua u wood had torn up tha track which tha child ran UM track aud ilfoated tnlu ottlOU WM uuMto up by A purw 1 Itr K Tlie nf the claughtpr at Khari touin arr as rivaling tha i horniiM of fhe Most of tlit victims in a most humble Kyu were gougtd WCIH and tongues were I torn out by the lu many carts the iiiitilalid pails of thf Mctims their mouths I while were The that the letter Ims itten bv Uepresetitative ot Mole than lio women i The ilemorrats who aic VUiiff were tu the ised to fuither riiluftge or silvti rs say tbal IbViluiiil is sliunily ol i HJV of thinking lliul no iutluvnre j e silver men cun bring to hem mil nil them in liir A The Indian appropriation lull UM IP rtpd to the nenate increasts the houe II The eoiuuiiiiee has ruck out All ptuVisious for the pay flit of private claims growing out of idmn but has subtUlut il u general provision tin ecielury of the interior to report at the it session all claims of this with such information regard ig them us uuy bveu Kutiiervd In ie utcrnls of the Th ill contains a provision us ful AUiiiiniion for at Aftl the were soeu iitshiui ahout w ith S the heads of Kgyptiaiis impaled upon then The night was in xiulnala of blood and drlaurherv DRUGGIST til k Hrntl will br frtHmptlf d n SANTA Send it to h 1 rltlitoi change the jfen tleiuunS If Iliclc am nuiLes connection voull hid join papei then muoo 11 tMPOKTKP KEY WU5T Ho South of PU Melt of utlei to Ihiir Klectiic tin ttial for tJiity to men ami old with nervous loss of vitality and and all kindred Also fur To supply food and othei oeieiMitifk j and other fom life nstoiation lo Mifor and j C vt COMMT10 M II not having trvuty arising mil uot torsevij or otbei pvovulid to he umi at the iiuTdiou The provision in thr bill for the In uu Mhntil at SanU Fe was stiicken A new provision is ie establishment of it sihool iu Iolo ado foi the I Ten ihoiisaiiii dollars me riutrtl for the construction of thr lu ian iHhool in The feature of ihe liousr bill probity uiidir f In that aniviiding ie Matulcs in i elation in selling liquors to that the piMsidciil lo open negit unions mill the Seiuinnles and heukees for Ihe purpose of opening i nettlrtniiit Ihe Dklahoiua ml thai which subjects Indlauu cl with the ciunmissiuu 01 crimes or to the laws of the nitory the net Is alleged to ave iHeii are stuck n ISIUiN The aiiuite committed on Indian which recently investigated the by the Indians to cuttle will niiikv it lenorl in u fen couiuiittec will reconimiiui hat subcournuifes lie appointed to isil the Indian tcintory and Montana luiuii summer to investigate the kilicy of the IndiaiiM in leading then It will also repoit Unit olllciuls n the interior err am Indian and have tot txen gmllv of improper conduct in with the leuws of Indian Townsheiid unit It uill say inlticsteil them Ilves in the UIISCH Itlcials eontiaiy to law Ullinhoixl No nsU lu in currid as thirty Uiiti Ibtiii ai palliphlel IV I 1 1 VT I KJ ilays trial is once for illiisltated I Uwurt ia pri SAM JliT7SOIOT7S All the Best Grades in Market SAVIN K AM KiKKIiiN MlTroS CALVM JIN frkM GROHE A FFM lo A BRADSTREETS SALE AND FEED STABLES PUBLI OMNIBUS AND iitr Htirr CARRIAGES TO ALL rive OOLURS I Mm in tmufi mitre mftjurttj i KltllM IK Mil A oiis lual an n now bi heaitt daily about thu MembeiH ami in Iviestitl In legisUtion with concern tht livnuently j which lelant I hi c the appnipriatioii llvsitlcs the postoltlcc bill now liefore i ehousutheiu are live more la be lasittd In the ttfuvii woiking yet j reinaiiiiint of tfic j Ugislalivu apiiopimluii bill has been but lhi nuntlry gvueral deficiency aiul foililica tious are yel lu The lutlar four will provoke discussion ami Iw aiueiitled in Iho In such a wity to luake ngneliieul a dead lock uuy iHcur iluriug the last weak of the Ueanout ptlier than iHmslble delays are givm to suppoit the thwuj urt vanced Vhat an extra seasiou is fionie of the think that hero U a deliberate plan laid by caus lu bring about uu eklra Ior Ilia uf giving the uew nduiuiit tration an uwkwaiM CvviyUslj any desire foi nn ettra RanJall calmly assures those who uk bli eplutou au tba subjavt that liiara HOLI Of rillK4IKS GRAIK 7 V THli HRADSTREET SKW ANlt AMD FKIfi MM at ABE 80HWKAHH BABTLAND DRY r of Wins IN iMwlllltul flT III Imfcliw ftllll lf IwlliM Throo Nursiry N uf nhiili will nlluwi Itairlk nf tm Mir lH Ill uf Murgnnrt Jubh A Ml Goods t A full Hue ot lb u lltrlr i III l 1 Iicturos in Colors foi 10 Mills lo liow unUra AN i FLOUR FrawiAM laaU M Boots and LKATHIR A r MV
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