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New Mexican (Newspaper) - July 2, 1870, Santa Fe, New Mexico The Daily New Mexican. VOI.-PME 2. OFFICIAL UIKKGTOItT. SANTA FE, NEW MRXICO, SATURDAY, JULY 2 1870. A. rldnn "f U'.-ltiT. liKlun I: ,i-l, IV. Mtllr. of. h iry All..iiiiv.-J. I 11. I.'.', .Jll.lllor o Al'.IUI ih. Europe. f lio of llw lhe mor. the ..ten- of our tnj ,hj, j to r.nk W.U, o w..ltfa of our T.rritory. U> i, to 'f Buy from tb. world', experience. to be Mo.ui.ite to tb. ,nd per- growth ttll producing yjnr for insunc., tb. cbo.en hud cf tbe vine to tolca.ic inllu Th. ralley und.r con.id.r.tion i. in th. In L _ tr grammar .nd h.. ebe mort gr.p, producing lection, of Uli- fornw. luef, with can look to Mexico. r inters interest .nd mi lo whid .nd wealth to Jink, r one of tbe iraporunt interc.t. of the (iold.n St.t. A Urge of ,r, ID C.liforni. including ,he win, imported the mo.t >'U'ope.n rincytrdi, !W BRU SO k. tbe .oil and clim.te that the grapes, 1.1----... lo ;of SanFe- In fcu the vine lnd with gn but r.tber y If illiunu poping ,ho wrou lh, ,bfcv P.r.gr.pb would .ddre.. him.elf to fh. 0 KBgli.h grtmra.r MT. h. to A, dii by. pole, put up uuorn..to' i. in of Territory i, j'L" il .lone, tbe Ubor tbu. f. to th. of ih. wWch beine "T comp.red t, wh.t i, indigenous to .oil. anj for of ,he g r.po 1Bd production o Ihi. re..oii probably. is ha. production o never suffered from any of the numerou, bii-ht. 'T .ttended in ,o many to it profit.. A.gr.p, growing country i imvu destruyed it after a J Ter7 population; fair to become the great th. yi'.ld will i 'he Union, but a blight fell upon th. iqnir. mile. cf Ihem.ra pulled up to make room fur crop, better to i that soil and clim.te. It wa, the with ,0 In every where the vii.o, ts an ha. been introduced, or where it it not .-ullure has proved unsuccessful, to. iBoment, what our Bio Grand, val- ley u cipable of. Our grip, and win. intere.t must neceiurilv and inevitably b.com. of vut importance. AH i. required to gir. it developm.at When th. railro.d mean, of transportation for th. product of their intelhViblv. widrtiUjr nic, hi. .cribbling from tf, fir.t appwrtnc. in thi, benighted land to dupel in gloom by th. intellectual r.dianc. and moral effulgence th.t m.k. him bumnvj and a shinmg h. .gain call, tbe Mrx ICA.V -tb. gu.rill. j, rfr. crushing word when u.ed with manifest propriety, but we venture to tt rath.r .tale. .re pining for Httl. of abuse and will yety M- amiabl. neigbb.r if be wilt .dd brigmd sep0v and .hug to hi. meag., roc.bul.rv, .nd' M.et. thi, evening at ,evt' "lock at maaonig bill, northwest corner of tbe pl.t.. Or Sir. Wilier open, hi, evening ptr .Jvertisem.nt hour piper ofto-d.y. r rt that Byron D.niel, been .ppointed U. S. NewM.iico n of Dr. S. thu, r.il.y will tfe of tedBlin tOlllBtf i A Terrific ten p. ,v thc San Altn, 7th th. evening trtio from Sacraiuente on Vallejo route et to rom he Vallejo route, yesterday, e the r.HIt7u to a ei teeming lot Hut here in the valley of our Kio indu.try and e.rninj. cy o our o (-r.ndc, for ccmurie., or, the "vin. cbj hill, vine ,rrivinB to th. we.ltb ind con.e- we.t ind con.e- llie countr.T- i. difficult to over- .t IU1J u'JUkuja. m under the most un.killfiil and i bcntSu that will result from the ant yet has any disn.se .tucked it. Year .f. year, and decade after dec.de, the vine- yard, of ,his valley produce .n ever abundant yield and a mure delicious grape never grew 11 the most favomble soil or wanned by the brightest and most benignant sun, tli.n grow, mtbeumnlic.ofBern.lillo, Valencia, Socorro ind Don. Ana. in the Territory of tf.w Mexi- MciiviiMi lUKl Will Fl development of this one r.source. OT The "inWlibl. organ" ha, the following .ample, of accuracy in J OD. Some of our citizeni matter the attertion morning', inue: 1- "A correspondtnt ssy, of the banquet eir- en to Red Clytul." notion, of Sunday have changed the d.ys when be wu receiving his tiriclty education which Uught th.t thi. Kai man, who had been pura.nic euucaiion which Uught th n beftowing upon thi. be sea .part as a day of lil.ne. it dencrve.. Thc 3. "He now beli.r., the A m; iiievsrl. "f have rci-eiilly planted my UC" l.c.ou, Th. Umves, of lo. hive also recently set out vine.. AJ.MM. ildcken. .pent in retl, itiaa Sundy 4. Court i, ,pell.d with two .Mention ihu, attention, and commission tlmsly commia- Telegnphic with adonbl. in the Ciptain Jourdan b.comes new, overboard and the- trim was .topped and backed up to the place wlte-e thstwnJc leap was made, for ,t picking up the mangled remain, of the nnn nstead.of flnding corpse covered their lost passenger sitting Uo th. t', 1.6. O.K. iitret So..'., I.O.nfli. I Monilay of cad Tliui-iilay CVL- Ihlra Krl Bnukrupicy of wealth. has shown th.t there is no kind "owned vineyards of Kurope, but the counter- parts of in evory respect except perlups high sounding title and custom house be produced our own country. And if people will use .trong drink, >s it is evi- dent they will Of ,hu Good Templar, other temperance for years and probably genur.tions lo come, it is fjr bet- trr that that they should have a pure and gener- ous wine, the undoubted, product of this gr.pe, inadultrrated and pure, than the thousand vile ind noxious mixtures, which am now sold i ff Joseph Hirsch, for a long eima well known all the world .nd tbe rest of mankind in New litt'o" on on the ground, rubbing hb eve, nd'try collect scattered .cn.es 'sBniel "nil? 0 where he was how he J there. He was tMd cil that ou r ''J he sustained was a ah asi.n skin on one ot thc tlbows. m' "bat had douo be "smiled a sniilf m pleated to announcu Ihit va.t quantme., pe.h.p, under the alluring name, G. A. Smith will on the fourth of Julv Muek H70. i i-" jiiu i in ring names Medoc. Otnrd, or some oilier ongiii.lly denoted a good ariiclo or ijna- j "i, y of liijiior, but which now ofteii means; v. and other poisons and head-ache, heart-adie, dise.ne. delirium nml death. I Tin Ilia Grande valley i, filled ,-iih evidence, of violent volcanic action it some pre-historio j lrt, luegf. p.rif jor other, yet unknown on or about Sunday morning l.Jt. to ihe great pfrturbuion of hi. creditors largely congregated on vd about Ibe missing 1 ollco'f '''tndoiifdpremiie.on Krid.y .vcning CiT Hon. Lawrence G. Murphy returned from Vugs, in yesterday's coach. ty A party of Nav.joes came in thit morning to a of agricultural implemenl, from tbe Superintendent, Major Clinton. 1ST We .r. pleated to announcu (hit Gen. Tl XT t, Ilia Mexican oflic. will be closed onday (July -itli) and no papar will he is- m order that Ibn employees of tbe office attend t.'ie demonstration on that l'CCPLtrii1itk1stho flpjt 1 know. He shook the dust from his dot] iu- fpurued the aid ottered, clambered into the car uimbly as thc rest of the t thc train sjHid on its way. Now th? in'onh-v -Who Hut our was unable to ascertain his name lie si C was not in the Jmblt of Of that nugnitudc, but he was havinir a u-iv Ji-cam.tth.time. He stated U it he hvl been np at Coluia. and While ont ploklug blaik' berries the day prevloua he was attacked by siuike, which frightened hiiu and caused not only a hasty retivat early departure, from the land o'unak-M pesky reptile has haunted him ever sim-n U hen he fell a.leep he went forth inn, dream i hind with happy tlionjjlits furliu was i-leepv -iml Thii InfcTii.il serpent put In and at once mad. for him, and he tried to !le .tilil'k-' h. didvcn of continent, (0 ,oln. CT There w.s .juic ry f.ll of r.in night, A geutlfinan informs us that, the hero of this tale well knowu sporting man of this titv. McShtlto'n, a bold soldier hoy.'w'M was supposed to have been killed Mountain, In September. has just .-.p. pearcd, in nn excrllent mate of preservation to hi, friend. In Whltl.y county, Indiana. says he was taken prisoner, hHd to the of the war, ami then hnviit.? a irbl, more of thc world, wen: to sea, s-hlppln- New Vork. Since then he oil e American soil uutil a fcw y? ago.
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