Friday, July 15, 1870

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New Mexican (Newspaper) - July 15, 1870, Santa Fe, New Mexico S.AXTA NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JFLY 15, 1870. G. i'.li-. h.in-la-y i.r if.t- 'I. Cllii-l .1..-. I..' ,-s. Juliiihin, uiil Ikuij.-iiiilii 'V.ll'l.nl IllJ' I -I 1--. l.nlli.l M.il. J III.............. l.'llil'.i V, III.. Lull., li.-fl-lM- n. I K..-UII 1-rliilun U'. tVrHforlal Aa.lil.tr of A. DAILY 1NMW MEXICAN -it li I M-I IT I A almost creates an iippiecialion of the bnaiitiful and grand, in thu bum I most devoid of adiiuration and audience with the King at Prussia to eisc; that 1'rince Hol-emcollcrii's renunciation made perpetual and that the royal veto apply t.< in-Hit; elevates our nni'ifs, and draws our souls 1 Miy furllicr approach to France on the lubjec: neaier to the (iuil who cicated tlm niagnilictincu crov.-u; t.'ie King declined to receive tlia Then All niei ear. <J. tl. meetiiii of nature in all iis wondrous and impresiive All this, wilh thu many visitors it old to ih. I granfieur. will will hrin .siannmg are to eoffm _., and Mld r nl.leril, appear. of il( wor. I-.L. XIMMKK, [thiness of admiration, nil that wo have alluded ambassador, und answered him through an aij- de-camp t.'iul lie had no further communications to i-iiike. London, July 14. Humors that Ollivler and his colleagues of the French ministry contemplate rcbigniuj; ire 1. ..kiiiiicaa ul aiiniiiuu UM Adjlll.lnt. but wu cannot avoid the practical thought discredited here. Our all ihn ij one ol our elements of weal'1 A. A. A. lit- Llil.-f Mi'! n.lvr. u. -.J. Only. .v till n.l Ad. C MMll TIUICN of holding telegram this morning says that though In our article on tlm Hut Springs of New and we are fully convinced that at no distant Ilo'henzi.llern renounces his candidature auU Ali-xiVn, we alluded to I lie attractive cliumrter day, vkfioiiti points in New Mexico will become' the King of 1'rui-i.iu endorses thut icnunclation, n( ll.e scenery in ibe ncigboihoijd of the Vegas famous as places uf resort for pleasure seekers. iB'iU it too early to believe in peact. TIiu Thu Bi-i-nery of New Mexico, is a The hot springs und the scenery will attract; i response thus lur nus been haughty and tlieme wortliy of the most eir-ip-ii-nt pen, ami re-' our delightful climate will become known i in the extreme, though doubtless dc- the finest descriptive powers, with poet- j great attraction of our unequalled ,junttier! to be only flrm and difjnifltd. Kspnr- spirit and power of expression, to do justice i weather will cause our mountains to echo the U'r" cvcr Alfonio In prt- the subject or to convey lo the mind a fair'joyous shouts of many who will Imvn Lot l" iy. i.n tin.- swond Mua- i i i i i usuallv largelv. (Jfi.ili-.-nen from the counties' li-jmHir.il, wno is wilhnut the power to iransfer beiiiiliful objects and panoramas of 'n.-iture lo lanvaeii for the admiration and entertainment nii.l ih. lofTaosand Mora, assure us that they Will LomJoD, July 14. The feeling throughout Kuropc is one ol UMUilmia. tonc lhc officiM is but 0, fin I Nllirliilnl II. IViui l.ljuu'il, An.i (iirili ..f an.i .-vji ali! llt-ik. h. .lulu nir'iiii l U-ilul.iy- Mm- I i IT. ilTullll', Vlll.'lll'Hl O'IMIIV, ,-1.11111 U.-I..I..T. Harry It. V.'lii- niiiu-ii.....K on lit; un tilt' lliir.l of those who are the pleasure uf visitiii" j and viewing tho avlractive se-.-nes, or to rcinier j those scenes, and the land where they are lo- cated, immortal in song, or famous in graphic prose. Switzerland is stuight annually, by a large UWV tlJllk Ut lUr raise gr.m sulhcient to supply the entire ierri- 'u.er journals is warlike. The want of con- lory. 'I he grape crop of the Itio Abajo is most a, Ull. at ,he vorious capi. is a reflection of public sentiment. Col. our new Assessor, is ex- pe-.-ted here br tiie L'Otli instant. Letters from Kalston Citv stale that ite number of lad and gemlemcn of leisure, with is steadily being increased by new fondness for the grand and ueautiful, and i "'T'v'll3; "ew "tt mi'lc al- daily, anil as soon as tho machinery on the road reaches there limes will be lively and money plenty. Until then it would be advis- able fur persons without means not to go there, i hive not so favored, as to be able to speak ias work is llot lo be of lho rain" from personal observation uf ciTuct of a anj provisions scarce and high priced. means tu gratify their lustiM, who are. induced Die j for desire to behold the scenery which hits been ex- tolled for ages as the finest on the glubo. uf tllj lKmcrr of tlie land of William -C- Tell and that of our own Territory; butjwe have heard more than on-- persn Montreal, July 14. One of the most fe.irful .storms that, ever vi- sited this country swepfc over Montreal last, evening, actually levelling vverythbg in its way. A large number of buildings were eu- tlrely destroyed, and hundreds injured; no loss of life yet reported. Two largt ,'rcight ou the Grund Truuk 11. R. were pros- is immense; all the telegraph lines are down. Much greater duniage report- ed at other points. Varis, July 14. The Constltullonnl denies the reported dis- Kliznbetlitown cotemrmrarv cnmps i the aud itutw no NTY--Si't: do .Sli.-riLl. "I.P.U M.-nwdl. I'mliah- l (.ViLNTl MttJeudri'i, Trolialc person who had visit-1 to us th s werk reduced to a half sheet, owing ed that gallant little Republic, grow to it. supply of paper being delayed on the enthusiastic in descrunr.g the glorioiis beau-! road. It says the big ditch is full of water, ty of thu scenery among her grand old iiiouii-! mining operations active, and all kinds of busi- tuins, and say, "but I Im-u seen it fully wjnal- ness looking up. led in Xew Mexico, even to the gorgeous purple sun-sets, for which Switzerland ii famed, j BY TELEGRAPH. imj which it is said are known BO where Washington, July 14. Dawes reported thr.t the counnlUce ou the :m.v U. liurnliy Bi-i WIUI.IUI ,-Lli-iill'. I.i'.lnx, TniluiU.. Jiiilyt; j Kt-rnaii 'i This article is practical, although devoted lo a subject worthy of the poet. We have been en- wni uaablc to gaged for some tune past m calln-g attention to D, lho.comroltte, those elements which r.re destined to give Kew I AllMIIIA Hall mi-ill! Ilirrrvn, i-llerlll. (Jarda, 1'roltatc Mexico position and eonseijuence in the future. lo bill miuister has resigned. Bourse opened declining routes G9 francs 10 centimes. Journals to-day give details cf inlUtury pre- parations which still continue. night three or four hundred students while returning a public bull made a de- monstration in the street. They shouted -'vivt France down wilh and sang Lo Mar- sell.-iise without being interrupted by the police. Frankfort, July 14. The stock market United State Mexico position and eonseijiience in the future. to enable the I'residenl to main- Iu pointing out the various inteiests capable of: tain punce among the Indiuns by the payment a pence among the Indiuns by the pay I.-.TA ASA tlvlinra, rroliiito i producing wealth, not inetely tin; material, of U'3 to US. -M.iii-.u-l liui-.il, t-in-nM. I Hhic.'i can be wrought into form for the use of; Lviicli ottered a resolution authorizing the hn y ijaiaZMI, Lonfiiin, July 14. Sadler beat Kelly in a scull race on tht mankind, must be mentioned, but also that 'committee on decay of American commerce to Thames to-day. r.-t'tia-.i; JuuVf Jinni which gives pleasure and gratification. Jn nny i report next Jaruiillo, I'roliiiu- those ul'jccts which claim atlei.iion, ex- i The conference report on the bill rcgulatim; curiosity, awaken admiration, or create in- [lllc jurors was agreed to. uSC Ulicrlil1. IA Slicfill. O r H v r ft CumiiialnliTV Xo. 1. K. T. I terest, and which attract visitors, are ele Tn" sellatc amondmenU to the bill in refer- callh. Every dollar of foreign capital spent to cotton goods, was concur- NCCOllll CIlUjlU-T, lllu llrrit Mulhllty of Vllcl, titrmmi A.K. A. U., nirrtii on tilt-Urn! iif n-vry I, It. (I. K. Tliurri.lny uvy n IxxU-ti, No. i, I. O.nf U. T. mrclacvi-ry r'Xn.l (i. A. It. llio llrnl anil Iliim Frt- Inili ln.Vn.'n liultJiug ul T of, 'iu our terriloiy is a hunt-lit and adds that much to our aggn gate wealth, whether it be invested j jn mining, in- stock raising, in agriculture, or expended iu sight seeing by the votary of pirn- sure. We ard practical enough to desire to make tho gorgeous landscapes and splendid scenery, the mountains, canons, glens and val- 'tuinf mli11 uf III.- "f hia, liiiitruiit by (In- .SnpmiK- I'lllle'riTritiiryiif Mi-ilrn, I licrrliy iinliryall wcri! inilcliti'd l-> .ji.i iJtRii-lmli tin- A. II. lo maki' icbU illicsH til Inn ftliil Mil {HTKOMS in rwJ or (KTaoiul prtiiN-rty tllHl to MJU UK; will lirlivcr Ilic MMIUC 1.1 ur all KANTIAUO L Hl'H'.MCl.I., S. X., tUnk Ul, uu. 5 red in. i were remitted. F.vi-ning session. Conference report on de- ficiency bill was agreed to. There wiis much conlii.-'ion during prowiiings, and tlic Speaker's appeals for order were little heeded. The conference report on sundry civil espeu- leys which nature tins wrought within our bor- ami aJilltlotml (lellclency bills were ders, aids to our materinl prosperity. Out hot j agreed to, which was the last of tht conference springs are. wonderful natural ciirioriiiea they reports on general appropriation bills. are worthy of the attention of thu scientific The House report of the conference cunimit- searcher lor mysterious causes, and the lover of itoc on the Georgia bill was adopted, the curious. They will, when railroads render I The President, transmitted to the Somite H them easily accessible, attract crowds of invalids 'message giving infbr.nmtlou on the subject of and pleasure seck-jrj and become productive of j emancipation Cuba; it contains nothing new. wealth. So too of our scenery. To slaml'm eon-1 The c- F- Ala- bama, con.-ul to liio Janeiro, teniplation of its grandeur, to roam aniorg our "ignntic inountJIiis, with (heir passes, cliffs mid prti.ijii.3J, tbtir rivulets, cascades aud dashing The French aaibnsjn.dor to-day dem.indca an Kms, July 14. Cairo, July 14. The report that Egyptian troops had hnuled at Ashab on the Kcd sea, ami captured :in Italian trading stiition. is officially denied. Kind, July H. King William leaves here to-morrow on n special train for Berlin; tin- Frc-ncli ambas- sador left at 5 p. in. The Germans are unitcil in support ol their king, and wild enlliusiaMu prevails in the minor slates. General Jlollke is summoned to his Silosiau states. I'nris, July 14. 8 p. Emperor left ct six for St. Cloud. The chambers were simultaneous-, informed that no di'claration would be maili- by the government to-dny; it is while the miir.sters council was in M'SMOH. was received from the 'Ring of sia, which changed its sentiment, and there now reason to believe peace may be pre.-em-d. The itgitnliun thmujhout the city is grent, nnd a majority ol the evening pupi-i.-. maintain a warlike tone, while groups Iu lUo ongly fav.-r war.

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