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   New Mexican (Newspaper) - July 12, 1870, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                The VOUTMK 3. SANTA FE, NSW MFA'ICO, THvSDAY. JULY OFFICIAL IHUECTOitY. i. A. I'll.-. rll.ii Welter. I. I, li. .lulll.n.n I 'i MM. Ll.lri.lJK W. l.iltll M II. (JYA-.Swilll. Ui-u.-.l.-lv.-. Jii.iriH- S.vlilii-.i If. Luin-'U-lui I'niti. K -in i I. ,.i..l I. W. Lull.... .-l.-'-'i' ,.i. I. ..-I, I I LI.. Kif-it-u, W.Uulu. Trrrltorltil I l-iilili.: S-.llJiVjvill. Wil! DAILY V" MEXICAN. NM V, II i Our Hot J In the objucts of intrrc.st am] iin purUiico, ami iliu elements of wealth devt'.opment, within OJT Tcrriturv, Lht1. nuntur- 'j oua and valuable llol .Spiing! are not to bo dia- rt'jritrdBil or overlooked. i Tim Hut Spring n'cur Las arc well: kiiuwn throughout, liiu Ti-rritorv, ar.Jvciv mam- porauim li.'iru t Ulniilci of I'm benrfk dcri and .Irink I., O.i 11 r..jn'i i.-i-i.-r V-H.-.-.I K..H..J Art. M.-.I. i-v.-l Mi.....' W. II. l.i.-nl. I-..1. Win. II. lt...-hi-sVr. unjlorn> supply of wait-r, with the dt-grce of In.-at, l.r.d possessing Kami! pmpei I. :.i, uiidi.iiinitdied a.i-1 unincieased, is sent {.-urgling lo ihe surface d.iy after v.-h.le seasons ''nine and go and vcurs and ioil invsr. It is vm. of the wondrous and unsolvftlde myiter.es of nature, which none but .He who lus wiouglit it can com- 'Ji.t l.'ir. Mimlurr fprir.g, which originally on a lev.-l with the open plain m which it silual'-d, has been raised by ihe de- posits left by ihe o-verllowiiig waters, until its surface in nuw some seventy fi-ut above ihu lur- remi.-uiher them, be- The spnng ,s some twenty leet in .liameter and vi-rv di into the truth of ''.Justice's" asseverations, an.I that it n our solemn conviction illt. and malignantly laisu in every re- spect, wherein they in the' least deliact Ifoni Ihe fair fame, and good standing of Mr. Orn. .lohn liarncastle, Ilenrv Ltiinskv. N'ui Win. It. Jli-t.'uruiii-k, Krndfunl Uailv, Lo 1'robate In- tliv unri Tlnicfl uf rik-r i, ______ i, l- 1 I-1.-, L.I- V. AM. ,i. The wnter in ing tl.ese waters. 1 he wnter of ia toa ,ur these Springs i- very hot its tempi-ratllril being probably fully 1.VI degrees l-'shrcni-it. It is I varions Ho. Springs are strongly impregnated with sulphur and other nnt exceedingly interesting, natural curio- propertii.-i which impart valuable medicinal and cnmtive ip.aliiies, aud many invalids resort us thither for relief from their sufferings. Kheu-! them easily accessible, miilic patients psilicularly derive great benclit they can to htcomo Ircin the use of these waters, and many quite i Of reuiarkalde cures have been effected. .SutTt-r- i bent and with (heir limbs racked e are requested to mention that there with eeaseh.-ts pains, and crooked and swollen w'-' f. mectir.g tin- Cnnimanderv this eve- .ilmost to deformity, helpless nnd almost hope-' flt .Masonii- Hall at 7 o'clock, and lint Sir fiDIM long itilTi-riiig will, rheumatism, af.er! Knights are expected lo intend Ht that hour trying in vain nil known remedies, and exhaust-, ing the and resources of the itbieft nie.iica' l-ery great importance, of Kailroadd ihroimh an impoiti..it soitrcn Mitt II ll.'i- There appeara in men, noug.it these Brings, ilouhlluily, tt upon Mr. carcely Imping In be hendiltrd, but BS a last j editor and pruprirtor of this paper. i-cannot condi-sctnd lu it-ply to so lingentle- n.ioiy an afs-iult. lull l'. ink il i-owir.! u-itli rtry 'i'1'l n ijiniiilrfll ruitlcr tu talk uliitut The abovu paragraph appealed in the Santa of the Mil. instant. Ir. our of tilt j resort, aud by bathing in and diii.k.ng the j rater, havo been speedily aud peri enllv These Springs ritorv. Thev ar. of grea' value to ihe Ter- ,cated about six miles from low., of L-.s nnd are th-relore some; lte expljnation ,he leighty miles Iron. Sar.ta Fe. Comfortable took nn notice of the demand. In yester- 1 v j ciMumodal.ons have been fur patients, I we nstcil bu, Hie i nsu.dly the. springs are under the superin- i n.ornii.g's 1'vsl if hilent will, reference to III'I.i. M.M jtenJiMice of competent and rareful i.ttemhnts, This incident will serve lo show i'rl'" h-v tliiny-lifth parallel route j to the public l he true character of the as a j will puss very near Las Vegan, proh-.ldy touch- hraggii.g bully, without character or llaj I ing that pla.-p. When that road ia built the courage, dealing in slander, vituperation ami llu? Springs will be valuable property, and will misri-prcscnlatian. An editor without brains or inevitably become a favorite place of resort for: manhood n paper without ability, courage or invalids from all pans of the L'nit.-d Stjtej, .l.-cency. The charge insinuated' in the para- will also be visited by pleasure seekers and cur- j imvi! frulll is utlerly mid false and unfounded nr We have seen a It-tier of ihe 1st from lUI.-ton, in it ij stated arc arriviiij; daily, f.on. the direi-tioii of tin: Pa- cific and Alhintic coutt. T.mis were pn-tn lively, new and valuable discoveries of thu pre- cious inelali, generally silver vein.t, being ecu- tinnally made and everybody hoping for a. id the early advent of capitalists and cjp- ital to give active substantial life to mining op- erutiona. TBYJTELEGRAPH. London, July II. A. complete panic exists iu the stock market both here nml in Liverpou! us .slifiwn by following comparison of prices of securitic-. i I at I p. n... nt the instant of the figures: Saturday evening Anierican of ISK'stooil Monday noon bonds uf cdd Siitunl.iy 6'Ji; new bonds ol 18U7 Siitunltir evening; ffjf.; new consols Satiirilny evcni.u; 'ji'.J and Oi'j Moii.lav noon 'Jig. lireadsiiills tlrm aud advaucai- price fur Anicricuii wheat. from various K.inipe.in cnpiial> this a. in. announces thc exciie.u, -nt gem-rallv iucrcasinjf especially ill monied circles, anil ail iecuritics are dcclinii'x: Iicuvilv. The Tolegriiph says the war panic dii- out, but kuowu to be in conflilenre ol tho Kniperor are out iicavi'.y. The Times has an article on the Spanish question, and says it is Mill possible tu lout; calmly at the fnlun-. llii.i.-li-rs must ?eck nii.l impress Friuu-e with extravagance ol is nnd siisceptiliility in the preM-iio- of real danger. F.ventiinl war is only too pro. jablf yet such have passed without. collision as in 'JO ami 'js. Balance of power a thought: the real issue is the wssessioii of the lel't bank of the Khine. an.l 111.e contest would l.-.M until or tin l.lM-mv cm M (I. Mulliliy, JuilL'i-l llrujy. .Mi.-liir. .Mum C.ii I.i-iinx, I'lubali-Jinlm1 .In .Viiaii. Mii-rlir. AnliliiA (iiiri-ia, I'luhat AN i I 'in r, ,ln llaca, l'i .tinUv; Ai'l'iliin J'l'lan SAST.V Kf. Antnntn y Snlazar, Pi t-Lriil'. .-jn.-i.imii Auil.'i'rt M.niiiiyn, Slu-.l.r. T.un Cucs-i I'n.liiili-.lu.lifi-; .Inliii.i lientes" of Kio Arnba. siluated on the Ojo Ca- its columns tn a-idi base purposes? French credit by tho li'uiitr riirer, somu sixty mib-.< ninth of Santa h.ive been verv furbearin" in this matter l-'e. There are several of these springs and the We have given an opportunity for and have in- water here also possesses very valuable quail-: upon an exphiuntion of ihe J dastard- ties. The temperature uf the water is about the ly insinuntions. None has been offered, and mime as that at tin: Spiings, hat it is we leave the craven-hearted preg.iated with different iin.pertii.-s; iron proba- false, villainous insinuations to the judgment .Juan j bly predominating in at least some of the af un intelligent public, prings, for although near togi.-ther, they J'lyinniith, .Inly 11. Several I'russi.in iron dads in this "harin.i slanderer and j veMer.h.y to proceed to Baltic; to-day the oidcrs were revoked and 1'rauce, Co. Vfi I.iinii O r il r r Nil. 1. K. T.I: I lllO ftinta No. 1. K. flUU fdllllll ,'f III. Siu.u t-V (.'liiiliu-r, IIIIMIIII DII .In- lir.-l Viiliilny of i-iu-li ftiturJuy uf I A. R Si A. M., ii.i-.-li n-ry uiimlli. u.l llic I. O. K. tfvi-ry uvu -'l. I- O.of .1. T, lUPl-lnl'VlTJf 'I'llCS- t..llll, I-V r.'ll Aiy t-vdill.K it I'licl 1 (I. A. It. llilrn I-Vi- Iliolilll at llirir llull ill Cwllil'a Vtllltling 7 of llni WK'H uf Wll- Illvlnt In-i-ii Awlflu UMM V. s'lmi-llun, n lij Ilir aupre Cuun I ln-n-liy iimifyull termini. H-hn wi-n- iuik-lili-il In hlrarlinn prinr lo tlin A. maki- Jniy- A (aid. publish the fullowing card from highlv are considered even more I responsible figners of ihe same luable than the Vegas Hprings. When lhe P'fc.sely was rece.ved. One of the gentle- vt-rv nuitL-riallv and all have Lit-UN proven lo be t-llii'iicious in a vark'lj of diseases, i many tlu-so Itnilroad by the, route down the valley of thu whose nanips nro appt-inlcd informs us tliat vessels will visit diatelv. l.i.-bon. Jfly II. cnntlidntiirc of trouolc that has "j-uwn oin i; cnuses greatest cxcilement. There lie-on j na'ctin-ts of ministers, caused by occasional tc- itiiuiuuti ii) in" -ii. i nit'ci nits o n.inisters. caused In- Kiotirsiule, which we discussed a short time! ho letter was ,ent for pub cation also ,Vnu, (m since, is built, it will pass near and render nc- ilo "xt of lhls fro1" tbo I.iiinlon. .lulj n. mornmj; s nnmt.er c.f mat paper, wu have to say r, p. m.-The is much greater cessible and immediately important the.u springs. of tho do. uincnt as published in this There are also the Hot Springs ofiheKu, Mimbres in the extreme southern part of the R''nHeman was mistaken m (he j here mid in nnd the iiiiprossion Is L-ain- Territory, near the thiny-second parallel Itail-! has garbled the ing pronml that the of Prussia road route, the temperature of thu water of P'P" VTr-v it tvpe.] s CHUCKS, IN'. M., .lulv is'it. or p lh.it prluf will .li'liwr ilio tu me, or V., uU L. UUUDKI.I.; WW, which is said to bo greater than that of cither uf the oilier (.prints named. Then, there are. the (piite well known Hot Springs near the Indian town of .loincz. These springs are certainly Mr. A. I'. Snllivnn, Kilitor and Publisher of the S.inta l-'O iinili-rfcigncii hare seen ami rer.d, in n lute number (d' your papar, a communica l-'rance will be settled without a resort to arm.-. July 11. The admh-nl ami oilicers of the squadron were warmly received. awaits the arrival of a parly of wonderful natural curiosities. Of courin. tion, .lale.i Uj (Jniecs. .lime 23J, 1S70, over the I'ortiilcati.nis of are causeil by thcmical action .Kep down in ihe the .'ignature of ".lusli.e." severely rt-llecli.if; European cities. bowels of thu earth; ami while wo msy readily understand how su, h a rrsult may be temporari- ly or momentarily produced, it is incompro- upon Ihe of Mr. Kdwin J. Orn, 1'osl- master nt .his a genlleman, whom wf have long known us enlirely worthv the conli- di-nrf and estuem of hit fellow and I'lMvidence, ,Iulv n. Kliza A. S. Smith, wife of a heniiMa tint by ihii down myittriooi have to say, that we have In Xorth Kingston, drowned herself while temporally ius-.me. two childrcu au   

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