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New Mexican (Newspaper) - September 18, 1849, Santa Fe, New Mexico Official Publication for Ihe End of the Santa Fe Trail Celebration, SanU Fe, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 19, 20, 21, 1935 The Boothill News '1 by a Committee from Santa Fe 1; Lodge 460. B. P. O. Elks, Aided by Data Obtained from Archives in Old ,1 Palnce of Governors September 1 8, 1 849 J'his imiwr must nol be senl through UK: U. S. malls) SANTA FE, TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO, U. S. A CTM This paper must mil he through the V. S. I No. 2 Modoc Indians Break Loose In Bloody Warfare; Whites Seek to Stop Depredations Prospectors mill Trail-Bluy-crs Arc .Allai-ketl, Murdered ami Kcclskins; Long Delay ill Bringing to Terms Gives Apn.-lies OI.IHKC lo Slart Riiiils on Seniors; Govenimoni Needs to Take Drastic Action. VIGILANTE RECEPTION COMMITTEE READY FOR SANTA FE TRAIL CELEBRATORS (Santa Pe New Mexican, Thursday, May 22. SAN Modoc war has jrivcn new life'to the Indian question all over the country and we none will finally result in a .satisfactory settlomcnl; of the whole mat- ter. It is a serious affair at present, but the saying that everything is for the best, assists us in sayin.tr that the peo- ple oast and the frovernmont. will learn a lesson that could In no other way be imparted to Ilium. Though the whole Indian question in Now Mexico is in loose and unsettled condition, and requires -constant con- J federation and u n c c a s Ing vlff- _.. j llance, yet, our ,concern is par- ticularly with the Indians who reside in what. Is known as ihc San Juan country. These Indians (ire not nt -present hostile, though they ELKS' ANNUAL CELEBRATION TO GIVE PEOPLE PLENTY OF FUN AND THRILL THIS YEAR llrvivr.! and There Will .Mhmlr; KvcnU Continue OIL Friday .NijL'hK: Mnsie mid JDunriim All the Time: Fn-r Allrnelioii- (ialorc; Give "ti- Uutritio an.I lo Aid I event of the i "335 i I Here in tilt Sinln U Iiuil uciluiles from Ihr I Iks I n lei reidj fu ccleliralors ami src la a tint tluu n of icllon MII% nl-ht van rvcositM fLjimnt Hi.. (III li ill i re; prominent inunlii I luuiil in receive ore making told llireals. but tlicv I I pi arc laying clnlnrto :i covinlry which Ifl KSlllA1 (iflltt !n ngm 185 Rounds Pugilist K i lied PONTIAC CAR RAFFLE PRIZE; wnrdwi the trials, privations and hardships of H miner's life-, with satisfactory developments and fair encouragements. i The ground taken possession of Is i on the tops of the highest, moun- I tnlns where the Indians arc never I known to go; and furthermore, ft I jhus been located and.traveled with the special invitation, consent nnd i permission of thn tribe which claims it.. There was no trouble from any quarter until the unucm.stng efforts of the hardy miners had laid bare the unfold wealth of thnsa Know- bound mountains and offered fair promises to honest labor and capl- tal. t Though we believe thai Ihe Indian I Was not the first to blumc. yet. now j we feel that he is, even though he I may be acting us the agent of un- scrupulous speculators and shy- sters who have brought about the present condition of nf fairs. We therefore ask in behalf of tin- thou- sands of miners who are waitinir to KO in that; these Indians be firmly and humanlcly dealt with, be- fore another Modoc war is inaugu- rated. The miners are fo abide by the laws of the country, but. theru is loo great a temptation in the form of "a. rich rock" not to keep that country tn constant hot water that finally will result in fttrtous difficulties. The Indians refuse to sell, or per- mit wfiites to go, in, though they I have consteiUed to it'for years and thn ti where 'vthcre -is not a blade of grass; or.'.a-a-nbult to sustain their undoubtedly been "mitf-lo It" by bad men. Some- thing is wrong somewhere, and we think the government, should see thnfc justice Is done. AMCHES STAHT I OUTHAGKff (Santa PC New Mexican Tuesday, June 10. 1073) The lonp delay of the troops Im ulnglng the Modocs (o terms has' idd Its effect, upon other ind more Tndlnn troubles arc' threatened. The Indians in the fiorth are reported to be preparing; for war, while to ihe south nnd' west of us the Apaches may break out any day now that the cavalry1 being sent out of the territories.' 1 There arc two distinct public sen- timents in the country on the Tn- clinn question. One pnrty feHs the duty of every (jood citizen is to, shoot at sight, the other parly in- sisting that the Indian ought, to he coaxed, educated and fostered. It' Is very easy to mornltec this subject, and discourse eloquently of Ihc Indian as a human brother. But it matters little whether the Indian had the same first parents ns ourselves, or is n distinct rnce. Neither does it matter what was the treatment of the Indians long nqo. We all know that William Penn had no trouble with them, and perhaps there would have been Many of the Hems, .so imlt- in this arc rcpriHluclions nf articles takfn the oM files nf tlir San I? Now Mnxlr.m Imck in Ihr laj'i when Iliwithill arlnally cx- p.iul men wrnl llicre with lltrh1 Imots liccn sent lo their final plnrcs by -Tndff Jurtfe Colt or .fmfjfe UlnchpsJcr, from there no uppcal. Santa Pe New Mexican. June 20. 1868 Mr. Editor: A pugilistic encounter took pincc milus from Albuquer- que, yesterday, which proved fatal WILL BE WON FOR DOLLAR Someone is solnc lo set a real ;i SIHHI for one On Saturday llllrhl. the elosinf night of the Knd of Ihe SunlH Fe Trail Celcbnitlnn. ;i 1IIII5 I'ontlar cnaeh. Ihe latest model sold by Clossoil anil Clossoil. Sanla the holder of th I'ontlae dealers, luekv SI liekel. will he awarded liy (lie Elhs li.ilte In This Is Ihr liljunst nilTIp I'Vi-iu'iir (he year In Sania Kn the. lirllo, Ihe I'iniisl yd offered In drawing of any kind fur u lone- (line. There Head l( hC l "WM R ful1 mlvi'rllscnwnl in tain; of The Hm.lhiH Nnvs that uimnfr ftom the tower country .ii HIP rictnir where I hnd been on business I _B_llM met, a parly of Rememhei-. every dime spent in Don't overlook the fact. Hint thr .______ "in means another buttle ol mill; big free attractions at the iniinicntvd to me business they fo1' a needy .school kid. whose body Fi- trail celebration shut rai-h eve- were on. staling tiicre was n prfxt- jdnsn't had the required nourish- ning nt They're worth while (Sri- l'aCr I'.mrj I tllCHt bl'CfiU.se. lllP folll.S OfP poof. SO doll't lUlSS them. MurderihMora Committees on BIG COLORFUL Counly Mystery Big Elk Show STAGE SHOW TO BE FREE! F... for three liijr niirhls! Friday Salurday an> the nijrhts and the ar is ihe 1C Iks' annual End of the Santa Fe ii. Kach nijjiit it starts at and runs .vcepf "'i Saturday nieht it will run nh. well, why mentinn ihe time'.' F..r weeks the Klks have hi-en preparing for this an- nual .Kiy-li'sl and what a show L'oinjr to be' Take it fnim Arthur Carr. exalted nik-rof F.Iks who says thei-e never has been anylhinir iiuite as fast-moving liofoi-e will b-' the LU-UOIJ during the Illl Arthur Carr, cxultecl Santa Fe New Mexican. Aufj. 1BG4 I wi We learn from Theodore S t ton, Esq., u. S. District Altoriiey tin- Ol Bnnln Pe loc'Se- 4CO- B- p- Elks. tacts of n most brmm miirclur'com-l "s under-In-chief, other Kiks milled in Mora county. The body of! MaVl' worked unceasingly to make! one Herrcui was found in ihe road End of (he Sniilii Fe Trail Cole- -ubout ten miles from Mora, with a IIUKC .SUCCRHS. When the i ikull fractured nnd live bullet Thursday nichi they ex- j End "ol h lo be worth all their tion. tn persons, anil frlRllcl- n little conversation, lie com Lhe holes throtiMh the body first FUppOFod hi; hnd ......f_ the IndiHiiR Nicy had' nnly part of those who Jiiive dom- been seen in the vicinity, but siibsc-; their part toward putting uvc-r the quent InvcBllgiitions Droved that the' cMrbmllon. THe vnnout, couunlt- Tlie ['nmmltlrrs In chnrpe ihc bin ti'i-c .-i.vr.i- -.how [.an I'ncii niniu ol tin- Ililll I. M-nn> of IM- perfornUTS will tKirttclpaic. I'n-iiv j-irL1. in ijorKi'ous. native tfhd musical pt-rforiiicis and it.mc- rrs who will unikc NEW MEXICO 'LAW BACK IN THE EIGHTIES i- n luunti, tt iinneill'S thill Hcrrcr'i uiim i UK (inicunti ul u met by IP IK ro, )J N.-Mu- .lul trom his hnrsc and own stm: dnwn by (hi- In .onvrr.s-'- h" C' I-Y..M. Harry Sm.ra I-V tii lion with this person, as the murks Ul11 Uvnn nnd Lylr RU-ki-n- younti uii'ii v.il] daiici- .mil on the fii'imnd plainly showed, when Kt'r ll thar i.s colorful .t NOTICE! TO THIEVES, THUGS, FAKIRS AND BUNKO-STEERERS, Among Whom Are J, J.HARLIN, alias "Off SAW DUST CHARLIE, Win. HEDGES, BILLY THE KID, BILLY MULLIiN, LITTLE JACK, THE CUTER, POCKMARKED KID, and about Twenty Others: If Found within the Limits of this City after TEN O'CLOCK P. M., this NIGHT you will be Invited to attend a GRAND NECK-TIE PARTY. The Expense will be borne by 100 Substantial March 24th, 1882. I tlon with this person, as the murks on the fii-imnd plainly showed, when in an uiiKimrdi'd moment he w I tunni'd by a blow Irom a dub. ;i I then, to romplfU1 the Lrawedy. I six-shooter wnx tiiken from his pr ton. and live shoih lit 1 h.s hodv. Shiniri. Ulll Lynn nnd Lyli Publicily.-llaiiy Shimrl. Hums. Cluthrle Hmilh mid Jin v.il] ilaiice .mil that l.s colorful .ind Mr fi'iuiiitstaiici-i1 .x. Alrui.'x In III.- three Bacxinu up that assertion i> Ed Saffnrd. rhairmnn of the cxccutivu t ivho i.s in t'tniree of rh-f I (Vibration Ed has fnritot- --Ise. even pohUv. j lit a Minreme tffon to put the show i mvr biii r-ays. he me, COI.OIUTL sror Tin1 rntirc biK Elks home and thp nniiuLs surrDundltiK it. us well i hi- iirmory. have been tnnifri into ;i plnym-oumi (or the public for thn I Due- nlL'ht.s deroniljoiw are and fkxjdllphts will make ihc wholf place as light a-; duy All around the bli; K rounds are bixnhs and roru'ewion's or all while In (he i> ;t hiico siacc v.herc (ri'e attractions will from to 10 o'clock ouch fvi'iuim. Tht1 L'atcs will OJHMI m. nnd from Ihut time on. there will fVfrv iniimtt', plenty b-M p.U't (it the Wlh i.s that the proceeds care fur the poor, t am! ih" net'tly. H IM inoiu'v SIX-IK in havii 1" l-r.lllv -fl-VCN a Ilulj Dimri'-HUI Lynn. c Frank H Patton. Hoi, Jack Haln, Hay Patter.snn. ert.s. Waller Sunk liu was In ihe ptvHcsslon of nbi tlnic. tlih. u IK posed, was Ihc pruvocalloit for thr bloody dml. us it K mlsiimt loneUi.-r ...in, i............i ..i.... 'L-liLiriHc Martin, Jul fv Sickrntc'r. Pnijlo Dur.i fi JfJoitlc. HJU-I-.V I Sam Koiiry. Paul [Owens. (Ins Tim-Ill. Oaincs--Jaek IA-: IHH-I-. Hradlev Comn fiillrK. Criintniin. Stun I'ah' Kn- Harry Pavis AlllO f'onteM l-Vaiiklni SaJford, K. C Plillhp1- HM mill' tin n Klk.v to of 'he with his iiorse i.nd plytol. it is to hoped that. Ihe perpetrator ol (his I frnil deed may be brought to justice. Tennessee's' Body Found ellu MM.i ;i. I" i.lt, (if rents can t buy r [xx.i- ku'.s with for the yomic- n: nti Dy Miiyini; -.-.v I-; raised and for ilciiui- H> itcr "J wliolt- :n tJiiit1. -uui ni- .Me.vimn. July 21. JrtfiH From Mr. Joseph Jrrrold, who came up on (lie lii.-st. .iwithein eoarh, we him- interesting farts rel- ntive to the (tf the Ixxiy of Clinrlcs IliulM-ll. miiit-iiilly known as "Tennessee." the. inKstni; rondnr- (or of the cnnrh taken by the In- dians near Fort Bowie -.'onie four I j or five wei-ks a CD. j A pnrty of Milliters from Fort j Bowie wen- niif on n wont, jimJ run i upon n Inclhui mnrherla. I On looking n round, they dlwov- ered n dead body lytnir on nne the huts, wlilrti I.s Mipjxrsed to b-- j Ihnt of (be tll-fntffl neriuninfed with him lr> the remains His fan- ami Itodv was burned and othenviM- milt iln ted ami his h-et wrn- badly nil up as If he hnd Ix-en ronipelli-i! to run or been dracivi! ovrr Miam rucbt- _ As the I wo soldt-i.s ulth tlin conch were tortured to d< atli at another ninchrria, ii would njipeur Hint tifter vitpnlm- the roach, thr f captives wi-ic divide! anmncM rhc j niptors. rnrrird off in diffi-rent
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