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New Mexican (Newspaper) - July 14, 1870, Santa Fe, New Mexico The Daily lew Mexican. VOU'MK 3. KAXTA FK, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, JULY llm Win I'll .IVII. .'..-'I .1 I A-.- .1. e. I-.., I .Ml .it. DAILY NW MEXICAN, .1 KIT M MM V. A .ilirti-lur, nil. I I I.. J I I., I .1 ..I ...III I Illll-ll II. I M .1.. U I. iVl.lll. Ji.fi. I. I ..I. I. I., ...I IV...I..I. Ill i. U J.llll. Aii-lit.ii Tl I- A.I I.I -VflH I.. I'll .in f l i: i fcii.l -'--f> I- >n -.1 il.- U.tr-1 -tin 11} Kill UilllirlS. K ham just received a private letter fron IT- i- the cf ,he interest on be applied t., ruling house ol 1 russni, as llaluburj; is of the payment of the principal of said bonds- ami Umber issue of bonds to said company in aid (luJdnijj its roaci shall be made by the Aiulrian line, liourlion of tlm old l-'rench and Spanish, mil Tudor of the line to which Klizv belli belonged. There i.-, n tenitorr in South- western (iermany of that name wlmli was Un- original of family. It was a principali- iv until 1813, when il ceiled it: lo of United .States. Sec. 4. And be It further i-naclcd, That as the railroad of the said Kansas 1'aciilc lialhvav Company herein provided shall be complet- ed by sections ol twenty mik-s, ihe Secretary of the Interior slmll, if the same has not al- ready Ix-en done, cause the lands within the aud W.-...I in .hi, I, I what the li-le'Tiph hid already aim i 1 weary of independence in llio mi'lht .be eonlinn.tion i.f Jlyron Daniels, >'J o i est member of the tht-realVr all the even'numhereil seeiious' auii for Sew Mexico, in the place of uf! f. 1-uWlc lauds, excepting U lis I history, Count i liossilo, to the ninth limits, shall bu sub- cei.lmv. The aiei ol "htl under the homc- correspondent informs ui that Cnl. Dan- pf ami preemption laws; and all Ihe odd- i.i not only a imisi fxi-ell.-hi iiuntluiiiaii but u H .sijiiaru miles, j immljL-ivd scciions granted the company with- .....t'l i liiu peopn, some in nil. aie for the; except coal andiron ma.kud nbihu sound j and sm I, of limbered land, and It' jH.hlh ai.l njinpany with a list of all i f-Y1-8 f "f., L. .M.I.I ,-IIIL- i.i, will, to creel fiinne-js to sniL-lt the pn-si-nt line railroad, at or west ul t'mi, lie aft IT tailing into ac- j i- ...IN M AU- ;.ure, cxnaeiing ilie silver and lead fn-in tlie ti> i hy c.nin.aMv su tin; tract.., ilu- ptii-elia'se inoiicv rv. I ha, faded to make furnace We .''n'l to v'llidl j. ..i I.MI, ,111.1 liivers lira puji, i njil't ntlaeneu. which lists I n.....i disappointed at net lieinjj; alile to show i in the valley of the Urai.di nol thorn ll'l; <-oinpanv the lee-sinijde lul i _ a silver kick, but not at ill as tliere of I he repuliiie of to Gf ori. c :lln.. piirpnsi. nfiiidiiii: in I -ie u 'o said siil.jeel to the of entrv Ii- !1S aforesaid; but 'this tnc on shall prevent the saiil i K, 1- c :lln.. piirpnsi. nfiiidiiii: in Ihc. tnc on shall prevent the saiil i.i.rin.-r. qnire now is a practical silver snielt.-r who un- j nih-oad and trlearadh line ol Hi- Kan.'as 1'ai I- railroad company Iron, selling Hie priuiteil AfiMiit.. Jurli... Ik-hi. b. Harry II. Wl.i- der.-tands his bnsilleas, and We C'llinot faii lo llfmilhcl'ire, lands to ae! selliers, upon iiollrn to 1 "'ir' ,i I'ro.liu-c silver.' Tl e iicwi from the mines i, l" i before a :l !i! Jl iw.l nemws iroin tht nums ,f Company, Its "ame tract United States V un n.ir.i several new anil extens- 1 every silti-rnate section of pu'Jic :nin- to the existing rij-hts of 1U 1.0- i" ivi: lodes ham been discovered- one of tli.-s.- dejiaim-ed mid luuiilji-r.-. to i iiMiloivsa-.i, purpose of "'n twelve "-iniiii Hie (jramstos.ai.1 __ i 7. each Mde said railroad line, as MII-II Ii '-onipanv habitable and productive by irri- i of the ground it is opinion of all nay udopled liy .aid ihc lo lak... w.-iier from i .1 r. .1 l l lull tlmt wi" I lie richest and most ex- 'erritiiries of the Iniu-d .s. anil t-.-n and materials lor construction and ,'iii-nsivu silver Districts in the L'liit.-d i :lil Miilicient. and ne- 3.. u- l i o.l railroad in. -my and whcivver
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