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New Mexican (Newspaper) - July 6, 1870, Santa Fe, New Mexico New SANTA. PR, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, JULY KUMISKU 303. i) A11 A' NEW MEXICAN. Hy the law Si-pi.-mlK-r 4, Congress f.iiiiifl.iliiin of a permanent lor the disposal of the public lands. Tliis with oth-.r similar l-iws, passed at different i-mic.. regarding property as one of the funia- "f siicul order and having for tin- relation between man and the fruit d meady Congress ml io aid of actual settlers by holding mil eii'-oisraguincnt to take posscaaiwi .f the national mil. witlpr.it even awaiting the Jo? the public survcyj. Hy repeat- il I'linctiiKiiti Congress thu way he agriculturist from the Mississippi to the measures carry ft TUCKKK, open to every one who will work, and thcie are J ered. I understand that Governor Army ha vttler, who may, er.t in tin cmintrv to remain till some Full as to the working cf the laud laws, tlm manner of pioceeding to obtain tille uuuerthe Pre-emption, Hjpicitead, Donn- tion, r.nd other acts, will appear in to-morrow's lit- n complete title to metit can be nude with the government, but the L'te> are determined not to allow other parlies issue. The lulliiriict! ol Hie Post. Our modest neighbor oi the i'ui.1 utated short time since that "our inlluence i.i cu-ttitlenl with .'the rei.-tilude- of our course.'' We never for a -o iiMt to the actual settler, so j moment doubted the fact. We h.ve. had evi- tu him one hundred and deuce on that point which satishes us that the ,t a nominal require, of him is eve.....ore influential than the above en-i'tion of a dwelling and actual inha-, boast would imply. Tho latest proof of I of the. 1W is the announcement to enter into their country in violation of the treaty. The rivers arc all swimming, and a party ot miners on their return had two animals drownrj beibg loaded with Mr M'GVthy. got into river weuld have shared (lit saim) fate if bis comrades hid r.t't thrown him a lariat aud bailed him out of the The late rains have griatly improved the crops on this reservation. The frost, however, has killed thu peaches at Zuni and Moqui villages, and the wheat and corn will not be as good as last year. Hon. A. J. Fountain, that liyron G. Daniels has been appointed and confirmed as Assessor of Internal Revenue for _ Xew Mexico, in place of Dr. S. 11. Davis, re-j Senator from U I County t I I nr.1 tinw kMtinir Bt A moved. It will weeks since the requiring that the first of individual right shall be ol. residence and cultivation, the soil from a slate of nature, in" value and the cultivator draws frcln it romforude suppmt, the wealth process of augmen- :u of its productive forces his thus been mindful of the ..jne thu h-ss has it fostered other by its liberal grants to Kailroads Mr.il and the facilities it has extendci 'i-.-tablir'unent of towns and cities, and and took occasion to coinuitr.il and compliment Asiessor Divis. It now appears that no soon- er did that issue of the I'oal reach AVai-hiiigton, .hither it was sent by Dr. Davis' enemies, we CC 01 I'T. 'J. remembered that a few State Legislature now setting at Austin, nee our thank, for many in the way 01 Revenue AssLmcnls in ,hi, District l.gi.lative document, and other valuable lexian information. riiron the energy and preserrerence of Mr. Fountain, tho militia bill to raise tlirce ments of at the State's expense, f-.-r suppo er u "as i se, than Mr. Daniels was nominatsd to the protection of the frontiers the Senate and speedily confirmed. The editor of the t'ost was Collector of Internal HcTenue when he became editor; in a very few weeks he wrote himself out of office and now Assessor Davis falls a victim of the friendship and sup- port of the 1'uit. When the Dr. applied for the appointment he encountered strong opposition has been passed. Now Mr. Comanche and Isi-. owa had better look out or Ac may lose his si-alp. Kl Paso couniy can congratulate herself on her good luck in being so ably _ represented, person of Mr. Tuuntain. it and became Asscnor. e his re- n tLa ent of ilia immense mineral wealth try west of the Mississippi- tne Homestead law of lSf.2, a still ire liberal policy was inaugurated and further i inducrmenti to seltli-mcnt wore held out. Hy :iinple seltlement and cultivation for assure, to the settler a full title to one hundred and sixtv acres, snrt the.result has been that the weahh of the nation has been ma- incrnised by the redumption often mil- ,f acres from tliu wilderness of nature, their m into seventy thousand farms, in in the value of the soil and augmenting nltural products of the country, the pre-emption and homestead polic 'plan's once desolate have been dotted wit 1 farms, villagns, towns and cities, showing tha ;lhe. land system has done its part in the grea and unprecedented progress of th rhich in 1775 had a po with limited resources yet he overcame Strong efforts have been made oval; this he was able but the pproval of the 1'ost was ton nuieh. Tha Doc- ,r could not sustain himself against that, and is olline passes to another, it was an unfor- unata hour for Assessor Davis when he pcr- litted the Past to praise him. Now, ever since he commenced its career, we. have been he recipients of its abuse ami unstinted denun- and defamation, y.-t we are unharmed. hope tbe Pat will continue to oppose us, although we would] be pleased to note an im- irovemeut of the stylo and manner of the estab- C5T We learn br private letter from Mcsili.i. that Judge Waters slid the lawyers who ac- companied him to Grant County, had ret.irnod after holding a very pleasant term of Court nt Pinoa Alto.-, and that from Mesilla they would go to Lincoln County to hold there the trit term of the District Court for that County. Judgo Waters is expected in Santa Fc about tht 20th inst. pro lishment. Its present vulgar tone and r flimily ,1 Dead Printer the nnil AVnlkH Homo. A lute Paris eicliangu tells the following. r.'- markisble utorj of onu of its whose supposed dead body recently disap- peared from the 1'arls Jlorgue. or dcud-lioii.'-c police li'iviug ruiind a innn linen- iu the stix-cu.'callcd in the assistance or isnmcnt. us pmoum iu vlio in n is disreputable, and abroad may injure the i n wuo declared that the reputation of our Territory, where the status of' the 1'osl is not known. We not fear its en- man was ue..d mity or its opposition, but the removal 111 II i'i-------- t) editor and the fate of Assessor Davis show.t.iat its support is to be dreaded. tn-mb'e for I iournaU. u tremtj.t, lor n 'in of coagestinn of tho brain. 'I' bo-.ly was cnuveyed to the Morgue, stripped usual, and I'Uicf.l on ice on one of the cinrl..e jlahs. with the clothing suspended above, 111: I the usual Morjiue notice inserti'd in the da i people of this country, ipulation of i which now contains over forty millions of in habitants, whoso industry, energy and gfniu established over three millions of farms uiltivation, thirty-three thousani urban seitlemonts consisting of villigej, towns and splendid cities, linked together by telegraph and our principal cities vying in the enlightened condition of the people, in their in- dustrial relations, social comforts, luxuries and even in palatial establishment! with some of the apitaU of Kurope. While so much hai been done towards aiiljng he material interests of tbe country, other in- erests have not been neglected. That great the safety of Dr. Marsh, Collector of Customs at Kl 1'aso, since, the article appeared in the I'ont laudatory of llw Doctor and denunciatory of his enemies. We fear that the Doctor will not be able to withstand such a blow as the ac- tive support of the M. Them i. danger. in its smile and death in its friendly embrace. Verily the Post is intluer.ti.il. In iha pock.its found a letter and a purse. The keeper ot Nullcc Havlne "V: lint ilAY i IMUtofr iilnl'-l rv-it'Si-w M' I lu-ri'liy jli-iu-l.." u .ctKofTVH- llic Stijir u.illfy >H rU'Un- to ISM. mportMice an attached to education by the founders of tbe Republic, U showa by the pro- viiioni they for ita encouragement. In 1785 it was enacted that one thirty-sixth part of public land should be set apart for purposes From Fort Dofism-c. Font June 23. Messrs. Manderfield Tucker, Editors New Mexican: place has been ijaite.livoly for ccuple of days. First came Copt. I'.cnnelt, tin rllicient agent for the Kavajoes, am! U. Thou. V. Kcami, who reached Lome the instant. Capt.Kapier cameabo.it noon yesterday, and an- nounced the near approach of nine hundred and twenty-five head of beef cattle to feed the "I.o" family at this agency, which are to be deliverei to-morrow. Yesterday evening C..pt. Palmer rith CSliaa to tirao magnificent donations, and in new and Territoriei (till conceasions were made to the came of education, and the constitution lately presented to for tha formation of Suite from thii Territory ahowi how liberilly Congrosi will jfrint land, for purpoie of puWic eduatiou. PubUe Undi prime condition. Shortly after Capt. T.'s ar- rival came Governor Arny and party, who have returned here from the San Juan country, where they bare been holding councils with the Wem- enutche Utahi, who are west of the Animas riv- er ind between that and the Dulorc. country, where iilver mittei ha- Utely been discov- lie Morjiuc was nHtoiiibiicd the licit morning o find that the body bad disappeared, tojfetlier vith Ilia clothes. He proci-tdcd to the aiUhes-. upon the letter, nnd iniiuireil for the person neiiMoned, aud was at once Introduced :n tho nan in whom recognised his mlssluE This man, who la a printer, csp'.aiiiic. hat he is subject to cataleptic tits, ,omctiiacs lasted eight or ti-u On I..- irevious evoiiini; he bad been seized v.tn-i of these tits, and remained uncoiiM-ious early in th: inornintf, when, upon ie found himself at the Morgue with his Ills do'.lies liangltij; over him. He dress.-., hHiself drew back the bolts of the door, ami took his leave, intending to return tu his purse, mid tu explain the cause ot Ins den disappearance from legal custody. The notice has been sent tu all hankers and brokers on this continent: United States Kotea Series of ISilO. thousand of ten dollars each, from V to No. both in- clusive, were ftolen from the Treasury. >'u JJ10 notes, of u luimber higher than have issued. I'lea.-f look out fur the stolen notes. A liberal reward will be to any person "hose iiistnimen-.a'.itv the thief may be delected. Hold parties rn ng the stolen uotcs, (if suspicion? attai-i-. to them) aud iu any case of p-.-.-eii'.atio.. Tun Treasurer U. S. Washington, 14, 1S70.
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