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New Mexican (Newspaper) - July 11, 1870, Santa Fe, New Mexico The Daily New Mexican. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, JULY NUMBER '2. OFFICIAL D1KKCTOKY. :Wl 3 dm-rrnm.-W'.... A. ,J f rcn l of i S. IWnj.'tu t K. U'. >T Jivfivu. I Aiiilitm- ..f 1'i.h'i.- Hjunluvnl. .911 tr limrrnl U.-rt. (Jetty. itivv.-i William A. Kulibf, I.l.-iilHiaii. Kruiiric ll..Iiilii-h. U. MII.I.T II. NJ..JI. .f "I Ll-Ul.C'.l. Wai, U. Uuirhri-UT. JJ-. v. I l.l.-ul t -'li.m-l It. j M.iim- K. liri.L'iiUiK. I Cliii-f Mf.iiral l.i.-itl. Coluhtl T- XMtl BIT C'ourlM. llttHT IHSTIMIT. I U. I'alrii; M'HiJain UriTilcn. Clerk. y on tlic third in "u cn'.inly, on llsi1 -i r tin-l ..Lilli Si'Mi.liiyn ol' March fiiitlAu- irl. 'III tllC .a rili "t April an-l S- i PI.- i Hii'T. h. .I'lliiifoii. Harry K. Will- oil tlic tli.nl .1. .1. 1.. Ilh'.I, l. Si' i' :i Oil till' t M.....I.IV ;ii.-! I.I...T. Irji.-.t c. oil tin- Ihil'.I Murphy, 1'robiitv ti'i-ni V'fl" HI (T u u ii i y O C f I c r Iloiiivya, .Tudifc .1. '.ilhi' U.cliuril Hrnlnon, J'rulialt: J CrilU-ntli-ii, .-lu-rljl'. Ue; William ilrmly. Shrri Uo AHBIIIA cinuuili- Hcn-tTii, sin-rill'. ____ ANA TumiwCatn-z.-nU'Baci., rmbatr life Miutucl Anlntilo Diinni rhcrlit. IANTA KK Antonio Ortiz y Sitlaui, rndmti Ux Umuoro, .luiu. JKO Dlutilclo Jaraniillo, .Iiultcir. idrci Montoyu, fShtTiil'. .Tudx1' i Ji'llt'1 lout, Slicriil'. UI.KSCIA VfiicfDiailo Luna, IVobatu Juilgo twa, Cilicritl'. O r A TIHJlilUC, Killtiirn tenlay iiiuming the sun came oul from llm cover uf thu clouds which hml obscured it ami llm ilay was clear and bright. This was very pleasant after several days of clouds, nnil rain ami norm which we have kail. To- is also clear and delightful, anil nature laiifjIiH and rejoices in the bright sunshine. The late ruins with tlm warm Mm have had an excul- leiit an I reports from all parls of the ter- ritory represent the crops as looking very prom- ising, and the prospect is that there will be an iinuiually lerge yield nf wheat am! corn this season. 'J'htj prospect fur a crop of grapes nnil other fruit is alii good. The grass springs up almost like magic, where hefore the rains the earth looked brown and barren. Thure will be nbtiniltnt pusturage ant! we may expect plenty of fat bvef and mutlon. There appears in AVir Nrxiran n filse mid very M'tirnHo'is nrticlo upon Mr. StM.iivAN, editor and proprietor of this paper. cunnot condescend to teplv to so nngentle- inanly an assault, tint t'li'nl: it romtx irilh rtnt litut tjntff from a Quanti'tll ruidtf iu talk ahitlll The abnvu pnragrnph appeared in the S.inta I'e I'usl of thu 8th instunt. In our issue of the instant, we. staled that did not under- stand ihe application uf the last clause of the paragraph or its connection with what precedes it. requested an explanation from the the Lave waited patient- ly but the issues of that paper of the 9lh and 10th, which certai.ily had abundant space for au explanation were silent with reference to the matter. We again an explanation, what dnl tho I'l'fit mean? To what or to whom did it rcftr? We are for an explanation. arf infornifi! by Mr. Denny, express tlmt the non-receipt of our mails is owing to the following cause Two trains leave Kan- sas City daily, nnd run to lirookville. where (hey are contolidfiti'd ('In express train only through to Kit and it thrtt tbts mail agent on mail train refuses to transfer the mails to rxpress train. Brook- ville is some two hundred miles east of Kit Car- son, uml 115 the nwilj do not coma through lo Carson, tin; campnny is not responsible for the deUv urn! annoyance arising out of the mail refusal to They are selling mines at as wilnen she following r "No ill men by these presents tint i Thoniai Dunn dous Bell and coum Kite title and en- trest in the Iedg h tint blank for the editor to till iu. And the ciiitoi' always puts in the name of a person whom ihinks lie can blackmail. It has been a paving b
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