Santa Fe New Mexican, July 5, 1870

Santa Fe New Mexican

July 05, 1870

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New Mexican (Newspaper) - July 5, 1870, Santa Fe, New Mexico The J J Yni.rMK 2. SANTA FB, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, -TCI A -y, 1870. OKi'lCJ A L J )1 KKCTOiU'. i. A. nil. l.' I. -nil, lily U'.ll.-r. I. I'..! ii lA.-l.i'T t A r i-ai-r. ,'l W. l.llll.-. I Ii. li.iVI.. ,1 ,, s I. I A..... l, II. Kltilin. 1 Milol M.-il... I'l'in- lti-.-iii.-r ..I III.- I..HI.I W. I.Mil.'. .-i n Kv.-r.ii. l'Dl..luii W. l.llll. Tcrrlfiirlul The gluiiuus l''ourtli, tue !.'lth :innivers.itry of j the birth uf our I'i-publi.L, was. cvlebialcd in i appropriate manner. wen; startlet! from their fa 1 it i ill an tnrly hour in tL'i; pluming, by hi ing oj r.rma, firecrackers, etc. At lull'past three a ni a ..'enrleuian whose sleep bad been uis- cic. i in uf the I'alaee ten s. in. N.I. I, i Grand Arniv of the Uepubli.1, niaii'hn.g at of Ih.i column, i.i-sl to the ban-l. I having eonijilcled nianh and re- Chi... T. tl) jIH ol starting, lleul. U. A. r... Si-nth. IVesidimt uf ihed.iy, a stirring and patriotic aiWrcss. which w re'Tiie following corresKiihdi-nee lh- I'Sllll Ol dlspusiliull of the surplus fii.'idi. ii-ni lining in th'.-- A pli.-ate Ictttr from Dr. M', h.iads of tin; Kimieit comuiilti-e, paying all of this cily, but now a reiiilent of tel- Ihe expenses inet.rie.l for tl.e ycster- ritury of Utah, contains the folloivmg ilMn- The railroad will be finished to Callville i v lirst of August, and connects with tl.e Ta-.- 1 lie nl the foot of Iv.-ho Canon. This road w.s built by people of Cjllville, without ai.v j outside instance, and speaks volume! fur j SI.VTA J-'K. X. M.. July iith, ;T. A. DIU.A.V. KSII.. .TIlliliii.T iii.i', A. II..I....... I.I. i.i. "i- 'i- r. Secretary IjanU Fe Mimi'in S. S. Santa Fe. X. M. herewith pleaseCnd (-i-jll.ii'J) enterprise and industry. The grading is ail t'iCKty dollars, oi.e half of Oie surplus funds, done and most of the lien have alrcadv m the city of IV, X. M., which, The grasshoppers, which for the past thru- S.huol, the purchase of books, the locusts of F.gypt through Salt Lake vallev .'or School of this city. Pieaci; re- aft.-r having lie.-ol.ited many (.-rain field-. erv our obdi, Servt., of tin; C.-'iinmUee. SANTA X. M., July ith, K. A. SMITH. lnnaiin runiinittce Finlti.-i-, t'-.r tin; ilh of July L'ulel.-atinn, l.ST'l, I'e. X. M. M' hards and g-iriletis. This is which Utah sec-ins drstine-l I to bear p'-iiodicaily. Many of the grain iiel is i Vutini; is on a tour through iin; southern of llns Territory, but will r'_- turii lo Sik l.aki- in a days. j 'J'iio I'L-jiorttid discovery of a in Salt I- is a Considerahle exrittnii'lit our coiiHiiuhJ.'ati.ii] uf this .laic, i is up here over the reported richness ot' livi-nty iJidlars. CIIIH half uf tins mines in mountains of L'lali. An old followed liy an jei.iijilent prill er by liev. D. Mcj-'arland. Th-n after '.he band plavi'd lln; "Sliir .Spangled lian- S. lead the. tiuii o m ipt.m IIHC, in u 'liie surplus funds, rai.-ed fir the c.'l.d.r.-.tiun uf that in less than ,-lih of July in this cily. and dninted tn il.-.- Sin- live years (hern will be a mining population i-f Fe Sabbath S'-hnol, is respectf.iliy thirty tli'iusainl in tliis vicinitv, and he thinks jo..i u. (, 1M ,neans of eradicating [iiilygamy A cunnuuiiii'iitiun iv is Irom tlie Father Truchald, in reply loan invi'.ition tu (.Htlndie Schools, lo the CN- i i ii I ernnt i ..i.. .in Hi.- MTuii.l M..II- nre.sMnt; thaiui.s tor !he. invitation, [jut L. n. j ..Him (i K F.' .M. S. .s. to voii ilicirilnnkj trom (Ins cnnimunifv. i ,n ''hit I'lMcip Linnv ilKfiil, nnd tnat lie Uu i.i i- AI. I.." n'li'im mni.j I a suitable wi.i dc made by tisu Jrai-.'l on Pacific Railroad u not verv IN. i Mi.i'.l.ij-i't not feel tu acei'pt the Jnvit.iliuii. i In I-. .-.'mi.! .-..NMi.viitii.s uu U.e >ab> .at h .'jcliunl m due time. lie-ivy just now. peiini to UK fearful ol Clemenle I1. read lln; De. Lm j lion of Ilidependenic, in Spani.-h. 'j'hcre was I .-k. llwi-y music in Knglish and Spanish by ladies n.v. iKth. m', -umnu'ik'iKir on I'IL- IUU' gentlcihe.n, which ivas nut the least agree- Hie llilr.1 i able leatulu of ilk! ctltertainnient. 'i'iie Sirlet1- lions Tveru the exefutiiin cleellent. V our obdt. frrvt., 'J'. A. Secrctirv Santa FB Mission S. S. I Indian but these fears regarded an i by thp frontier population. John JleCullough. of Kliz.v bi.'thtown, been appoimed by Marsha! IVatt SANTA July Mi. Assistant Marshal tn take the Census of Cnlfax i Cunniy. 'I his is another excellent appoint- ni'-nt, Mr.McCuliough is a young gentleman .1 Hull Sena, acquitted ilk-niselvcs-wi-ll. '1 heir MA HAM Knelosrd herewith plfisn funl of intelligence energy, ii affabli! and po- tiun were well wnttvii and lust nothing in the j (-JO un) twenty dulhirs, one Imlt ol the surplus polar, and his appointment is gratifving to us Messrs. and per- raised fur the -Ith of July in and will give satisfaction to the people of his i-uumii-iidyy uu [Jit-fum-tli i i i May MallcKy hid charge ui the organ. >i-i n; M. IXCKNT, The orators, Messrs. T. F. (..'ot.w.iy, and Jos'j Santa Fi', X'. M. .1 idelivcrv. Messrs. hei-loi k and jicr- i-j, ids raised -Ith nt .iuiv in and ivi i' 'K j funned their [.'.-n't very ereditnldy: their icad-jSauta I'V'1 X. M., wliich is by dirertiun f countv. I" Hi" Mug was all that c..nld desired. Ijefore tiie Finance Connnittec donated In the Orphan C.lth- UJ M.unl.iy M cm i: r. ti in JSaiila i'V, commencing on i I v Ulfttrrt Cnl.i -N l l i. n li. Maxwell. l.os i. AN i Cui'M I'lililo Makjo-lri'T.. 1'n.baU' .liUsi-; Hii-i-llV. liHANT M I'' cot.clusion fd' the feremoiiies quite a severe i ulii: School under your i h'irge. Tiie other hi.t j storm of wind and ram arose, but the htand oc- j is dimatmi to ihe Santa Fe S. S. Very respectfully Your obedt. Fervt., (I. A. SMITH. Chairman of the V.inn.iitce. SANTA FK. July INTO. IKNKIUI. 0. A. SMI in: Most gratef.illv do 1 eiipied by the speakers, singers, etc., being n ell covered ami tne being sheltereil, the programme was not interrupted bv the itorm. The stand wai occupied by invited guests, distinpnisheil visitors, orators, readers and musicians. The affiir was a decided success 1'ml.aU- .lu.lgv; .1. vcrv Krillifying tootir patnolic cit- Lnu- U. XI J'mliatc i. ri'iiliiili'.liiilge; l-Vniiili- Ml.ll I Xl.hiN, .-Ill'I'lir. lilu (iin.'ia, I'n.bate Ju.U" .-l..-nir. SANTA ANA Cut 'I'uinaw ('aWza uL-IJaiii, acknuwledge the receipt of twenty dollars A faril. SA.NTA July Olu, 1S70. ivls. X'ew Mexican IVrmit urn on behilf of the rommittr-i! to ten- I dcr our tlniiki to Mr. A. 1'. Sullivan for print- ling and valuable services rendered in behalf of the. late celebration of ihe 4tU of July, liy pub- billing the abave ou will greatlv oblige. I Cw. A. SMITH, Chin. Finance Com. izeni. Tlit'rij was juui'h interest inanifestcd unr poor orfhan i-liiUrun. i Fc Coninsninlrry K.'. T.'. and the slteinlanee was large. Don Antonio VJU is j Will meet in special conclave this etening at y Salazar, C'hief Marshal, nnd hii Assist- Of vdur grateful nnd humble friend. seven o'clock at Masonic Hall, northwest corner tMie.ilit. M lunluus. c UktllM t K......To, rrnliaU'.liHltfv .Ina.i .-'iim liez, I'rubale'n I Julian O r il r r rt T-V- X.i. 1. K- T. iwvts llie l-lli niniilli. nti! I'V invi'ln (liu Miiniluy of i-iit-l. A. K. Sc A. M., On tlif 'ulis J' .-v.'iy immlli. I. O. P. uvi-ry evu 1'ar' nuc. I'V NIL S, 1. O.of 11. T. D.i'llllg il i nVIin-t. I'iwlXo.1 II A. 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