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New Mexican (Newspaper) - July 8, 1870, Santa Fe, New Mexico The Daily New Mexican. VOLUME SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY NUMBEU 305. Ol'TlClAL DIKKCTOKY. omcrrt. win. A. nil'. nai v Henry WVttiT. li." 1'iili'U. fi. .lollimon ami IWlijalnlll W. l.llllo. DAILY NEW MEXICAN, iinil Our I'tililir Land Dl'. act of Congress of 22, ,i-y i' t Ki li. I tlaVUH, CCOIK] tcid (H-lirral (ir.i. i.i Mjinr WilllHin Kraiid. H. I .Miu'nr A. li. H.il.i llri-n-l Minor W. II. Xiu- li. Cuix-y t, (JoloiH-1 a of 0111; hundred and acres) 'eurrillous article, is worthy of Mr. Sullivan of Unil, conditional upon four years actual settle-1 he certainly chose a worthy repmsen m-m ind cultivation, was made to every white tative, so far aa brafs and affrontery is con main citizen who had reaidi'd in Ihu Territory tV This morning's evinces lint its j Cheyenne, July 7. modest editor selected ihe right man to the j A party of twenty prospectors who left bellowa of the concern during his absence. The J tut the Snake river mines three weeks ago, re- turned to-day. They, witnessed the light be- tween (lie L'U'K and in the -Vort.'i Park, and probably owe their lives to the thai the MKXK-A.V of vcnterday contained llll! wtre lighting among tlitai- selves. On the of July they found the body of Mr. Shlpmun at in new blower already prove! himself competent to maintain the repuution of the 1'oit for rcuklcM- nrs.i at statement. The impudence of the charge cerned. It u quite n freshing to n-at] in the All lands Hut hwve been offered at public front of his wan twice ami sculped, and had two pickaxes driven into iii.i editor, who ha, made it notorious for brig, bil- j and disgusting to mention in prim, and blackguardism, the charge of scur- j KiKllt milcs cast llt Xonh since January IM, LSVi, and wa6 then maiding after the departure of its and )jU h, litre. This act repealed in i.m "-1........'-''........' I I'ltiVATi-: K.vntv. riliiy agnintt the MKXICA.N. hate anil remain untold, and (hat have not been j withdrawn fruru market or reserved for ipecial j teach iL for some time past in the effort to t( the importance of good manneri s, are subject to private enliy, and an editor and the impropriety of filling the they found the bodies of two more mutilated in a horrible manner, the names m' vflium are known. The Jniliaus perpetratinj; murders are undoubtedly rsnii tuny make application therefore; when, columns of a newspaper wilh brngadodo and j There me flfly miners at Ilins 1'eakgoUI P" if the lands are vacant, upon pnyiiig price, he will receive a certificate entitling him to a patent for (he land. A Land Warrant for one hundred and sixtv acres is and of thu same vulue, in i (in, purchase of lands, as two hundred dollars in T.-llll, I'HUMIV, "II lllC KVUvA Ml-ll- .irrllin Aj.ril.iiJ N.iivnil-.T. l.llii-ull, July mid i-i-inU-i-. cash. Agricultural College scrip can onlv be used in payment for land, where thn bought is a technical "quarter as laid down on the platr of survey. The locatiun of this scrip is restricted to three aectioi.a in each A rre-eniption filing may at any time he changed into a Homestead, if no adverse right intervened, and a flomrslead claimant may at any time acquire title by paving for it and proving his seltl.-ment and cultivation from ihe time cf entry to lime of pavment. Xo sale er transfer of a tlomost cad or Pre- emption claim by the settler, before the comple- tion of tille, is recognized. Such a sale vests no title in tho purchaser, and is prima hide evidence of abandonment, and uuflicient cause for the cancellation of the claim. Should n IVc-emptif'ri claimant die bcfnrc ie.stablishing his claim, within thu period limited hv law, the. titlu inav be perfected by the cxecu- iMnl tor, adinimstnidur, or one of tho I.eirs; and the heirs of ,1 Homestead claimant may continue tho settlement and cultivation and obtain tille iu JKUIII runner rilui t I.nwrrnri, n, llriuly. Sll.'lill'. 1'roUiitc jj.-l.-ii II. Maxwell. rrulMle Juliet-; ily Miilclidn'Z.rrohalc. Jil.tu'f ill- J. IJ. Uurtiliy, I'rtil.tiitt' begun to fear lliat (lie Hfty miles west of North 1'nrk, iluliriuy out a hopeless one while Mr. Sullivan wn in charge average four dollars a day to the uiau of llie establishment, and we fear from the evi- i dence in this morninjs's issue that the change of tditois hai produced no improvement in style and deportment. The public would like to know the name, of the new presiding genius of the inUlliblu auli- State organ. It has been suggested tint Mr. A. 1'. Sullivan, editor of the 1'nst, has gone to Wa- shington for Ihe purpose of inducing; tlie admin- istration to change its Indian pnlicv. Soon uf- ter assuming control of the 1'ost, Mr. Sullivan, in a most violent editorial article, advocated Ihe indiscriminate and merciless slaughter of all Indians, the friendly and peaceable as well as those that were belonging to Washington, July 7. memorial from the California im- porters against the features of the income tax was presented by Casserly tuti tabled. Trumbull in response to rartoni petitions for nil amendment to the constitution, allowing women to vote, reported them back aud to be discharged from their further considera- to. Sherman from the finance coinmittto report- ed an amendment to civil approprijuiuJi bill, to make provisions lor extra clerical force required by the passage ot the currency bill. Feiiton addressed the .Senate on the gtibjec'. of our commercial relations with the South American States, and oiTcved a resolution ill- reservations os well as those that refused to go j quiring into means, of their upon reservations. The article reached the ted. ['resident and received tin; attention of (ho ad- L'orbctt reported a bill to incorporate ininiMration. No change- however was made in j Trhuantcpcc. Hallway md Ship Canal company, its Indian policy, but Mr. Sullivan was tiiinmari- I lo niake the Thursdiiy alter the first, IT dismissed from the office of Collector of In-! 3Iumlil-v November a uniform day for tin: ternal Kevenue. It ii stated that he has now j representatives lo Congress, begin- Kune to Washington to urge in person his views, the addition to convince the administration of its error, and thc; "PPOrtionment bill fixing the number oi of his vrUdom and patriotism. representatives nt SOO, allowing any M.-nr- having a fraction of population exceeding ha'.! This is a trying time on the roofs of cur j Uic amount required for a representative rui New Mexican houses; and there arc.but a for- 5 land where both parents die. before ihe lunate few uf our citizens, whose houses have addilimial The bill passed. It is believed that the name a nevr minis- .sht-rill'. T rj.'i Hudson, I'l 1'rvliu VIIKIKA (t'nrciii, ,ii! Hvrn-ra, MitTill'. 1 AXA liara, I Maiiin-l Kn (.'ill Oniz y Ijalazar, I Mn-rlll. lluiiit.ru, LKO Juralllillo Muaioyti, Sin-rill'. 1'robal VrtlcriJilUO Lullll. O ril r Ti: Comiiinii.l.'ry No. 1. K. T. mri.-14 Uio it-contl Salintlayn inooUi. W flmjilcr, in.-.-l" on Uio drat MonJay of uacli xiinu A.K. it A. k., on Ihu lint y of uVL-ry month. 'ts cvuty Tlmrmluy live No. J. O.of O. T. mecUevery TIIM- lliiril Krl- 'I iie House judiciary committee will rep.ii'! j lo-morrow in favor of repealing tlie luvv reqiiir- Ilrrman Malzdoif, Ksq., c-f (.'hihnahuii. I >n.U the meeting of each new house on the I th arrived iu coach, iu until seven I'. M did not get to I title is complete, the Homestead may be soil leaked dining the. past few days. It a mart i u'r to will be sent lo the Senate next for thfi beuut'it of Ihe heirs and the purchaser economical a. well aj moru comfortable to live j WL'l'k- u is also probable the I'rcsident will will receive tille from the I'mlrd Stands. under reefs more of turning water than 'n sessiou the Monday Any person locating a Homestead claim may ihe dirt coverings which we now depend upon, j tlieadjoiirnmcnt of Congress, also, at liie s.nme time, make a claim under the Improvement is needed in this respect. I Pie-eniptioti laws, and in duo course of law ob- tain a patent fur three hundred and twenty acres of land. Lands obtained under the Homestead laws are exempted from liability for debts contracted prior to the issuing of patent therefore. The following classes of persons arc excluded from the benefits of the Pre-emption law 1st. Kverv person who is the proprietor of three hundred and twenty acres of land in any Slate or Territory of the United States. 2nd. Kvcrv person who shall quit or aban- don im residence on his own land to reside on tlm public land in thn same State or Territory. BY TELEGRAPH. u 7 A. K. im'i-l' llif lirsl nwy tuuuth their halt in 1-.IO. apixiiiiU'J AfcplKiiec of tin1 Mlitln Wit- Wradian, lunknipl llic MngirruK ftlnTwrlUiryuf Ni'W 1 livrrliy nutifyall wha wen lo KtrHcliari prior llm 'ofjaauary, to maku liiuiit-diutu puy- lo ami all Iu K nat or iwrloiml ftafcnf lhal to MOM lo wo, of ifrtorlo_____, mil ualiinl all ilullnuiw KANT1AUU U fc. t. It, Hank W, Any person who oneo availed hirmelf of thu provisions of this law, cannot at ftfiy future period, or at other land office, acquire an- other tille under it. There appears in .Vrtc Jtcrirtm a f.tlsc and very scurrillous article upon Mr. SUI.I.IVAN, eJittir and proprietor of this pnper. We eamnot condnccnil to reply to >o unpcnile- m.inly an assault, but think if t'nuics with i- bud ijrnrtjrom a Qim are at a to Ihe applicnlion of Ihe laft clause, of foregoing article, which we bare printeil in italics, nor its connection with what precedes it. Will responsible editor of tlio 1'oit furnish an explanation CVTbe coach puserl Las Vegai at wen o'clock tbii morning, bat brings DO through mill. W. T. July 7. The I.nramlc Srniiatl ol'lho scveuth says that, after dark last niglit a man came into Sherman station IVom North Park, who reported that there hnd been a general massacre of'.lie wl.dlc i n.incr.s in there by the I'tcs. The report as it comes to us is, that a party of Chcycnnes came i The Senate committee to-day agreed to iv- I'url in favor of incorporating the 'Jvhuantepi railroad and ship cattul. Utimors ol resignation arc untrue; hii remains tit the request of the President, does not desire the mission to Kngland; an- other gentleman will be nominated. 1 Attorney AcXcrnian received hn commission to-day and had an interview 'the Presidcnl. The case of Put fl'oodn was decided by lliere and the. weni lo the miners tn get j him bt' in the District Ja" js by a vote of 11 to .'7. Tho Missouri contested election c.isp decided in favor of Dyer, the sitting meinlicr. by a vote of 10S to ,'ij. Switzlcr was them to help fight the Chereniies, which they refused to do. A light then occurred between Ihe Utcs and Cheyenncs which lasted some live hours, when Ihe latter lied then llie Utes went at the miners and killed all they found of tin-in, j Our informant states that he buried tlireu of! them at Gillman'n Cabin or near it. due was a j certain Sliipnian, who was sick and in the care of Mr. Vim Dyke, from whom We published let- ter a few days ago. mimes of the mangled mid Up to the present writing Vnii Dyke has not jable to Koi lieon beard from, though coat and hat were positively, that the Spanish iroops have I Havana, July 7. The Cnptain (icneral will probably jr0 to San- li.-igo. (it'll. baa left llayanm to u" We did not leani the there also. Troops in the vicinity tif Santiago o they were all very much
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