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New Mexican (Newspaper) - July 9, 1870, Santa Fe, New Mexico The Daily New Mexican. VOUIMK '1. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JULY KUMBEK 1. OFF1C1A1, A. I'll... -T, Wei i an.) tUl 11. HI.n l.ilile. I li. tlnvln. II.-.I A. Vi.iv. ...I.T..I' Ilic I.IIIMI IIIIII-. H. V, l.illlc. i-icrnl. I......i "Hi.i I-.'- ii I-IKII W. I.illl.. llli.r nf 1'lilillc AllaM.wlu rimiiluval. Illaot lien. III. 1.. ,riicy li'. I air.m. ll.-l .-Ut'llll. .1. i" licii'l. f tsvtrurtftiriM. DAILYXE ri ni.l-iirii IMII.V, A I'ritprti'lwra umf The Tllinl Volume of liie Daily to-day publish tire first number of Vol- proclamation of the I'residf nt of the United I Stales, on the bill of August next, a public sale of seventy-nine towni-liipi and fractional town- ships of land is directed to It held at Sanla l-'e, N. M.f under the supt-rvision of the Register and Hecciver of the I.and 000 acres of land will be cffrnd at section in tune 3 of ihu U.ui.v KKW MEXICAN. Two Uriels t.f generally eighty acres each. No hid years ago we the first number and gave i for lees than dollar tnd IH'cnfv fiv to tiitj community thtt first cJAtiy newspaper tver j (wr Here will be entertained. The fale can last d, or atlemiilcil lo he publitked in the linl Iwo wrckf. twi'lvc working ilayi, and there it I' Major A. ,1 i I in i. -I M.IJ.T II Na-li. liv'l l.i.-nl.C..I. Ill-ill I 1.1.-..I (X.ni.-l AMI II. Caivy. al i.-f Meilli-iil I.I..-U1. IJ.iloieel I'ha-. T- 's! K.'anil Act. .Veil, fin Hud Tlmri of fuurfn. .f.lllHU'1 'IVriitorj-. The pubiication of a daily pupt-r nltmJird wilh great difliculty and ex- piMiie in country. irregularity of and llu tainly and unreliability ol our ti-litgrajih line, it is vtry dilGfult to' give in- tertrt to earli issue uf a daily pupcr, and the of it.) editor il ono of M Tin; DAII.I' NEW iho (linnrvr of couunctitreil its not wiihotit eoine at lu the future. Its only nourou of coinage aud hupe was in the well known liberality and generosity of our people. TJIK UAII.Y XKW Aficxic.i.v hii jrrowri into popu- lar tavor, has received a iiippott, and hat become one of the popular and import- are about lots to be 1700 daily and of course but little time il allowed to dwell upon The differed trai-ti will be put up in the order in nhith they Ippeir in ihe I'teiident's proclimntion, commencing with the lowest numbered sfrttion in each township. Landt bid (ft oiu.'t be paid for in cash, duly or other authorized scrip on the tame (lay it is bid off or it will be offered again the succeeding day. No homestead or pre-emption entries can be made while the sale lifts. All persons now holding my of the lands pro- claimed for sale under a motion, mult ap- pear at the Dittriit Land Office before the rii-i-k.; ant inBtilutioni of -tliu couutry, snd almost the ;tith of Augu.'t and prove their claim and make leading community eagerly look each j payiutnt at the rutu of one dollar and twenty- .'Jr BY TELEGRAPH. Washington, July 6. gave notice that he would on Saturdny move to take up the army appro- priation bill, and would ofi'er as an uineuduieu; the substance ol the army bill tabled lait nijjlit. omitting the objectionable parts. The coiifereiice report on the bill for tint relief of certain olJicers of tlie army was con- curred in. TSie House amendments to the. Georgia bill were non-concurred in, and a committee o! conference appointed. The report of the committee on diplomatic appropriation bill was adopted. Mur ,f iliin-Ji u "iini'.y. I AllL'llrl. il, OJlax 1-1 arti-r ilii- toni-ili i five cents per acre, else the land will offered We belong to Mew Mexico; it is our coun-! for sale. MUM- I ciinnty, coniinciicing oil II f A hill Kin .irrilu i-nnly, i-niniiR-iu-i vim libnca, ,-ranla Ai.a .-oinity. on I AIulnlayB nf Ajn il ScpU-n.bi-i-. SKI'OM' lt: Ork.. IJcrnalilU' cmiMy, llunrfni-. ..I Muy i. J'miK', Vnli-lirta i-.nll.ty. ri.liliiii-ll May (l.-icilitr. I.) .-.'illlty. lajauf May mill I Harry II. loniiiu-iicini; mi '.In- llun! Any contract or agreement by a pre- emption previous to the issue of his patent to the whole or a portion of his pie-emption is null ancl of no effect and vitiates the pre-emption to that no patent will be issued therefor. Where a person Itta tiled a pre-emption claim i to her interests, snd dtfire the of for ona hundred and sixty acres snd is unable I her resource.', snd her advancrmtnt and im- to pay iherefor, he can take a lesiquantity eighty j provcmeiit in all respects. Our cffoits to ac- jcr forty acrei embracing; his improvements and t try her interest is our ii.tprcft; her prosperity Au-: prosperity our dettiny is insep.irally liukt-d with hers; we havu no intertill elsc- jwlicrt; all that we hope for in the future, as I editors and citizens, is in connection with the i Territory. ate therefore naturallv devoted such results, in thu future as in the past, tball be unceasing. have now bei-it n fuurtli' engaged iu the publication of WKEKI.V NEW nearly seven years. MsnyihingM have taken place in that time in our Territory as 'elsewhere. grenter charges in 'thofutuie. believe that New .Mexico poj- se.sses elements of wealth which will eventually 1 yiva her position ami consequcnee among the pay for it at the same rate. After the close of ihe talc all tbe land includ- ed in the proclamation and remaining uneold, will bo subject to private entry, any person wishing to purchase can do so. at the minimum price c.f one do'iar and twenty-five cents per acre, by application to the Htgiater. The Surveyors plats and descriptive lisis of the lands am filed in the Repis'.era Office and MI pallia cyiiiniclicins ou Mrm licl.l carh y .1 111 I'rohali.- in Miinlnya, Sl.crill. On yri l.n.-i. n li. NUxwt-ll. 1'robau- i ljiHI2al.-p, Sli. i ill'. i Vi'llliani llrilily. Sin-Mil. liviiioiu of the L'nited States. Wo have t'ailh i are open for the examination of any One desir- in her future, and nil our energies shall be de- vntud to the justification of 0111 failh; and the and WEKKI.V NEW MEXICAN will ing to Lands may be purchased at- public sale by an agent or attorney actinjj in the n.imo of his prin- t'ound calling attention to the great interests of cipal to whom the patent will issue. dt-IJ.-ica, I'nilj.ili r-lu-rill. Ortiz V Satiuar, Ik-rrcra, slici-ill'. A ASA Manuel Anlnnlo A Kc II. t-i-iin. Sl.cr Mliil Ui.inero, .liuiu i, ijlu-rlir. Jurninlllo, fruuatc Mdiiu.yu, Mivlill'. Coi Salnhez, I'rnbate .Inilyr .Jniiiin Slieriff. I.uila, t'rounte Judye J i, Slicrill. ff> ril r r I. K, T. inrcU Ihe second li
parlies. The ambassadors Irons Kngland and Italy had a conference vfUU (irainmont to-day, and seem Iiicllntil to France. Kuiperor held a this morning with ttie ministers of war, aud justice. Military mca.su.res ah-eiu'v matured and two corps made for movement immediately, one ot which will operate against Spain. Active p arations are making at ihe sea ports. It is rninond that I'rince Leopold trrice ro- dav. ago. His store is door to Spie- fllseil of tlle bl" .....i. I tlw Uiichess or Flanders anally indiirccl him lo elberg Uroi.; his stock constifts of clothing, gents furnishing goods, hats and caps, fine li- quors and if gars. Mr. Kayser offers to bet that he has the bc.-t whiskey and argars in the city, and that ho will sell those articles as "ell as all other goods, lower, than they can be bought in New Mexico. y A number of walls have fallen, owing to the excessive rains, as also several buildings in the eastern part of tlm city. No livts lost. very old bibles arc In ejlsleuce Sclirnectaely. 'one Is the property or Mr. Rob- inson, au Knxlithman, ami bears thu 1613. It U well preserved, but tlie owner re- fuses to dispose of it. A second is a German bible In the family of A. W. McMurray. It is bound with a copper clasp, and Is dated I'll, third Is au Knpllsh bible, dated 1712, the property of Dr. Mtwcoinb. accept. Should this prove true, it is Belgium will lie drawn into tiie comlict. A report Ins ro.iched here from Madrid .Montpensli'r luis ordered his nc'1. Leopold. The press of Madrid is divided on the qnc.--- tion of I.copdld's candidature. Tlie Correspondcncia nimounces by ity that the Cortc.s will meet July SU. The Tlcmpo gives notice of a demonstration msdc ready ajjaiust all iereign t'.-i' the I.nniton, July The txcltchicnt here over at'.airs on. the thicn! lias been Intense. thi-rc is a reacln i> to-day In of tlie conviction tUv.1 war will be avoldcil.
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