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New Mexican (Newspaper) - July 7, 1870, Santa Fe, New Mexico The Daily New Mexican. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1870. NU.MBKU 304. OFFICIAL, DIUKCT01C1'. (Trill-nil OBii-m, y UYttur. A. uf tin- I I'al'... A-MK'UW I.Ul. H. MI'I IbTlJ.llllll Cllhlini. -l-.lilii'lBi' V. l.illli'. I-. Tl. -.ll t.llii iili-'r .li. l.iMi'i'-t .ui- lili'.. Ahltr'..lJ -.l. "I ll'i' I.M11. K. U'.l.iUK-. ul: tk.li Knr4.ll. .-H-plicn B. Klkiui. K. U'.l.i tk.li Kn I'ubllB A. A. A.l-i Uii'irl' M Ivi i Cm- W ravlimrtiT ci.i.-r Mi'JiV iaclii .Saniloval. ,..lidi'r-MilJ. tJ.-niTnlti.-i. Itivtvl Minor William A. liutil H. IH1 l.u-iil. U'lii. II. liiicln r I-'. DAILY NEW MEXICAN. uprlrlori IIAII.V, TIICHCU, Rllliart Our I'libhr, l.auU System. The lollowing imlrucliona showing the man- ner of proceeding in order to obtain title to pub- lic In Hi compiled and are applicable particularly to thu Territory of New Mex- ico, and at this they will be found of inter cit to our inhabitants. An individual claiming the benefit! of the pre-emption laws must be: In. A citizen of the United Statei, or have filed hii declaration of intention to become such. 2c.il. Hither the head of a family, or a widow, or a single person over the age of twenty one .'id. An actual resiilmt upon thu tract of land sought to be entered, upon which, in person, he has maibi a settlement and has a dwelling I T- jliourie, prior to the timu when the land is ap- fliortioni.li're. i plied for, which land must have had the Indian title extinguished and have buen nurveyed bj ('11 tilini Slofl of i liinl M'ni'l iv "f ami Jul.v. In VI-B.K. li'Ui MlfiKl i-iiuiili- rtn-l Hlli-r iir-l MiMi'Iuy" 11 [n M'ira. niu Muri-li.'i.i-l in llil'.wii, llr-l afli-r li UHft. Ill oil tJ. Al'Vll aiij fli I'tu-'l.'i' AI.-..I.I'--, la.. Ai-riliil i-iiiinl j, of Ajirll mill III IVMi lll.ua'j. i-ulilily, ci.lil tiurlll .Si'lili-uillor. f A. .Sullivan, "editor and The XtW .Tlfxicail lilt- of the Sinu Fii has gone to Waihington, j of Hie Party ill n Ibe inti-reit of the of New Mexico, composed of mid The following resolution was unanimously iclf-ltyltd-for-tlie-iatt-of-clii'-e rcpubliuani and adopted at the January meeting of the "licpub- aore heada, whu miillute lulli and ait what in- i licau AnociaiioD of New Mexico iluence they have for inte.-unl and benefit of Kmhnl, That the KtK Mexican newspaper the democratic party of tlio Territory. Sir. i published in Santa Fe, it worthy the confidence iry etna, and bad boUly publictlii in the Territory. Jle has no bunding jiriuciplet of our pvty, without fear or reward in the coiumunily, and the republican party and further, that it 19 the only recognized ex- doe, not recognize Liu a. one of it, member.. "f Party in New 0 co; that no oiber paper Jn Aew Mexico profei- .lock in trade ami brag. f- Hcpublk-nisiii any other object ia il by the mo.-t of the earneit efforn ut the true llepul.licins o d with the party. Mr. Xta .UeiiccH beL.g our otg for the XKW MHXICAN. Turner.. i llo.iU.-.y. uf Murdi ml Au. .1 XI.in. AiOii-Int" S.Jnliiiwn, Harry K. itou, In c-'Utlty, uiP lot '.I Alny an.l I l.-l.il.'-r. In Timiv. 'iii-l.i c.iiinti-, riiiilliirnrtnu Jfiimlayi- I" Ill .-Ml-llTW. S'.-.'n'l I "11HI.V, COIIIIlll-'IK-'llli; the (MM n Uic firartli .'Irrt. In liltlil) I u, ll.ifia Ana I' I Xii lii I'i.i... iii jni Jiiiii-iii.'l Jwn' In Klu Itiiiilo, f All Mon.layB of .lul) uii.i J J. l-i .1. I., llllii, nil i. ruiniiiencl.'iK un tlu- un tlio Uiirii Oil tliu (hit t.'rm h'lil i-ii I kr llrtt ilomliiy I c-li ji In Fc, commencing on January. r O f f I c r i r if ontoyd, JVobatp J .Atumid" .Uutil'iy.i, Till'. Ccc.t-AX Cm 11. Maiwt-ll. I'rolato Judge IloSA As.i J'liMu Muleudrrz, I'rubati! Juige Shlilan Mii-rill. UHANT Hudiwn, J. 6. frltuinli'ii, .Slu-rllV. I.iseot.s (1. Murliliy, rrubsti: JinltJL-; liruily. Mii'il.'I. On l.riluv, l-'tninn- 4u NoUn, SJiurllf. Hio AmtlBA linrela, I'relmW Judge; Luclanu tit' Nbri-itl. SAM-A ASA Col si Tmimn rahcza lie Uuca, I'rubalo Munuol Antunio Iliinui HAVTA Kc Cm Mi .Mili.nlo Saluui, rrulialii Judu? tluni- r-lu-iill. Jknoi-ro, siii-rlirT bwoRiio IMonlclo Jarumltlu, 1'rolinti; Judici; AuilivH Muiiltiyii, TAOS SunclH-z, I'fobftte J JiiHun Muul, Hhi-rill. VALV.SCIA l.uim, IVobstu Jiuljfo O ril r 1. 1C. T. Hie VI fui In Cdinmandfry Xu. J. K. mrtll HalUflayn of eiwili inniitb. Bcconil .T, un the Moliitiiy of each rvutli. Monteiuma A.F. k A. on the Brut AuluMiiy of evvry month. Lodge, I, O. O. F, metis tvory Thuniday I. O.o u u'docli. .f (j. T. meets every Turn- the llrnt and hull In SCIM'I ti tlilra Kri- 1'o.tNo.J.li. A. It. n of Hiouth M ll p. 01. Bnnkrupioy Kotlr.c. bwn animlnKil Aurliattr at ilie auwtinf WM- Ji-i-Inml- lluiikniiit by the I lu-n-by niillfy >ll wlui wtrc Imlcliti'd tu prior to lliu A. Swirl to pay- tn me ami all IH-UOII. In tl or proporiy thai brlnniinl to "Mil lu laid Ja' ili'llvcr lilt lu nit, ur MMlkah-almiallilcllimuiiii. SAXT1AUO L. AMilitlira. jr., Varck latt WO. the United States. Anv pfrson proving himself to be within each of tin: requirements, to the fatisfaction of the aud'liiicviver of the land district, will, upon making the required affidavit that entry a made for his own exclusive use, be entitled to enter one hundred and aixty acres or any tester Ifgal subditJM'nn, one j twenty, eighiy, or forty acres. A person desiring to file a pre-emption claim, must appear in perton at the District Land Of" tice, Hi thu law requires that the aUMaTit ihall bo token before the Kugister or Receiver. The fee to be paid to the Keceiver before the claim is filed, is three dollars. Where the pre-emption it made upon land that hss been surveyed but hat Hot pro- rlaitneil and nffernlj'ur sale, the claimaut must file his claim in the Kegister'a Cilice within tiiree months from dale of settlement, and when the land is proclaimed for talc, he must prove his continuous occupancy make payment at the rate of one dollar anil twenty-five cents per acre, before tire day -designated in thu Presi- dent's proclamation, for offering tha lands at public sale, otherwift the land will be ctfered for sale. Where the pre-emption is made upon land that has been ojicred, the claimant must file his claim within thirty day< after settlement, and within one year thereafter must make proof of his residence, and payment, the same as in the foregoing should he fail in this, the land will be open again for pre-emption or sale. Jn this Territory a pre-euiption may have legal inception by actual settlement upon utuur- laud, but in such rase the .Mttler must h'lfi hia pre-emption claim within three month} after a survey of thu land is made and the plats of survey filed in the District Land Office and make proof and payment at in the cast) of unaffered hinds. HOMESTEADS. The same qualifications are required of Home- stead applicants that are required of 1're-emp- tion claimants. In filing a Homestead applica- tion, it is r.ot always necessary that the appli- cant should appear in person, as the required papers may be executed before the Clerk of tha Trobate Court of the County. The fees for filing a homestead claim are six- teen which must be tpaid before the claim is filed. To obtain a title to the land under the Home- stead law is recjuired live years conlinuout settle- ment and cultivation, dating from the timu the application is filed, at the expiration of which time or within two thereafter, thx claim- ant must appear in person, at thu Land Ullice and upon proof of his compliance with the land to of the Land Officer and a fur- ther payment of six dollar, he will iV-erve a cer- tificate upon which i complete title will be is sutd. child dining out with its mother was sing Uepublic He is not authorized to speak for the republi-1 Bave to divide and distract the party, and cam of New Mexico, aid has neither thu con-Utstore tho Territory to the bands of tire oppo- (idtnce or tyiBpathy of any republican in the Territory who is in aeeori Sullivan came to New Mexico ten months aince and was well received by our people, and espe- cially by republicans, but their confidence was! OT M- o} coun'T betrayed, and Mr. Sullivan and his paper have authorized! agent and collect bfen hurtful to the party to the full extent of j lCr'Ptlor" V..... their ability and influence, lie is rather plaus- j ible, but we trust that no republican friend of i New Mexico will suffer Mr. Sullivan tn impose upon him. lie only lacks ability and discretion to be dangerous. He will, doubtless, represent: at Washington and elsewhere that he is editor of the republican organ of the Territory. He is the editor of the organ of somo half dozen in- dividuals claiming to be republicans, but always found in oppoaition to th.it party, and his piper is supported by democrats, and is antagonistic to republicanism and their parly. The resolu- tions which we puplish to-day, show that the NEW MEXICAN is the only recognized organ of the parly in this city. Mr. Gulliran is entirely harmless where he is known, as he is in New Mexico hia reputation here is that of a conceited braggart, a shallow much jiretenlion but no principle. lluns. G. ff The foliiiwing it the score of a Match Game played between two nines of the "ilonte- zuma Hase Bill Watts' side. Witts, IstB. Yeakli-. S. S Johnson, C. Smith, Manuel, Z. F. Cooper, P. lirier, -'d B. liirDiinghsin, C. F. Williams, id 11. Keeob, K. F. Outs. 4. 4. site replied, "I don't tliluk 1 need it." A few days since u little ragged urcliiu sent by H tradesman to collects bill. He began in the us-ual way, but becoming more aud more; Importunate, lit length the gentleman's patience being ciuusted, lie snid to him "You need not duu me so sliarply; 1 nm out going to run away." "I don't tiuppo.se you said tbr. boy, scratching bis head; '-but my master is, aud be wants the money." A little girl who had been favored with of tlic upper iky, having been tolO by licr mother that she was always surrounded by "rrTi i limiardi.iu angels, grew very thoughtful, and, pretender wth much brass and little brains, and b PrL drawing n long breath, looked up aud I said, "Mamma, do you mean really that all the; 'whole time they are with On being at- swercd yes, :-lii! exclaimed, with on impatient tling, "Well, really, I should like to be aloue a little while sometimes." A little girl who loves pray, one nijht was very tired and sleepy, aud was getting into her little bed without asying her prayers. But her mamma told her to fcuccl down first to pray. i So she (bided her little hands and I Cod, remember what little 1'olly said last iiiglit, she's tired to-iiigbt. Amen." If a row occurs out ill Denver, Col., aud one man finds it necessary to disembowel an- other with it bowie a general answer an to "wliat's the matter" is given ill these ex- pressive lie's sprung a leak." An acrolxit was killed In England a few- days ago, while a stone slab was being broken with a sledge ou hia chest. The audience dkl uot kuow why the performer endured a sccoiul whack so stoutly, until his corpse was drawn from under the stone. A New Yorker, living on the East river, requested a man to bathe elsewhere than at the foot of bis garden. The fellow relliscd, and when he came out in Kdcnlike costume, the in- censed proprietor went (or him with a whip. Hence a suit for assault. liluck Heaver, a riclaWare Indian, has served the government for many years as a guide and in other way.', risks congress to iv- j numerate him for losses while awsy from l.i.i 1 place during the war. Tun southern army con- tlscated liis slock to the value, us be claims, of Gen. Kmory justifies the claim. Xo tidings have as yet been received of It. HallWay, late clerk of Macmipin county court, Illinois, who lelt his home on n business He shipped hi.i library, valued iv York, but no trace of him found east of Xiag.ira Kali.--. His __ Ifamllv and frk-nds have paiuful apprclieiisioi.i CtT TriniJai) Aland has been appointed As- jof 5afL.tv. nistunl U. S. Marshal to take thu census in Hio Arrilw county. This is a gonj appointment and will meet the pmml of entire re- publican party of New Mexico. Newh.iU'i side Newhall, id C. Getty, 3d B. P. K. F. Pile, C. Dwyer, C. F. Goldberk, I.. F. Miguel, Cberbonnier, S. S. i. 6. li. 4G Runs Runs. 4. 0. C. 27 Outj. Outi. 3. o_ 4. 1. 3. 4. 0. Watts, Brier, Teskle, Brier, Kuni. 27 OutJ. FLY CATfllKS. 2. Newhnll, 2. S. L'herbonnisr, 2. 2. HOME hfss. 1. Adams, 1. 1. Dr. K. Andrewi, Umpire. M. A. Breeden, Scorer. The game was i very good one, and all H'ere much pleased. The Clnbp lays on trip lo the east. _ 1: Mondays, Wednesduvs and Saturdays. In Nev J "__ ____ hus been found e 1'opc lina appointed n mimH-r of new Bishops, iiK-luding three for America, to Illl U 3- ot'SprliigilcUl, Havre ile (irace, Tint uii I'riu'ja. Tlida uaincs arc not jjlitn.
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