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Subacription, ]»er annum...........
i Decision of U S. Supreme Court on
jnrjgprT M Mi mi ■ m.
LEGAL TENDERS taken at par for
JUK artwra —gw
i «eem. ¡tie fast d.sappeaYiug before the ud-
The Texas Cattle Kings.
'f-iu-law, Marshal of the District of
| vanning waves of population. Texas, tbe
[From the Pittsburg Commercial.]
great cattle hive of the country, during the
Finsr JintciAi. D istrict .— Circuit Jml-e, ”•
Tex t« alone l a- 3 800,000 rattle, divided past year has received 300.030 settlers, and
1 EXEMPTION GF STATE OTFICER-l FROM FEDERAL
XIII. James F. Casev. President’s br. th
P. t’riiu : i’roseeutiug Attorney. H. K. ILiuna.
—Circuit Court. Second Munmij
■|r in law. Collector of the Port ol New Or into 950.000 beeves, 920.000 cows, am] 1, tlready cattle «growers there feel that they
in February and November. County Cjurt, f.r«t
In the case of Buffi-non against Day, the
990 0O0 y>ning c itile. Tue plains on which must soon look elsewhere for untrammelled
is ; pLtce wi rib S3 1.000 a mar.
Mvuday in eaub mouth.
defendant in error was Judge of the Probate
XIV. Jas. Longstreet, President's liroili these cutie ro un c mtain nbmit 152,000,000 ranges. A few more years like the past— a
Cnnn’‘i Offi'm — Judge. T. H. E- Shipiey:
Court for Barnsl.ib'e county. Mass., and tne w-iii• law’s cousin, Surveyor of the Port of acre« of ground, Tiie prineip.il pisturagr« few deductions of a million nerrs of pasture
Clerk, Sil»« J. Day ; SlicrilL Henry Klippel ;
are on the Nt.c.:es, Rio Gr.imle, Gu;idaInpe. binds in a single season, nnd Texas will be
Deputy Sheriff. E. D. Fou«Iray ; l ren-urer, J'-hn
plaintiff in error, as eol'cc or of internal rev *,’»'W Orleans.
Neuher : Assessor, David Reiipnth : CoiiBtv C«ta-
enue, exa-ted of the Judge the income tax
XV. Silas Hudson, P.csi ift,it's own cous San An onio, 0 »loiudo, L on, Braz •«, Trin no more of a grazing Stite than New York,
niissioners. John 8. Herrin. Thomas V» right ; I
i y, Sabine and Red rivers, The Cittle are Petinsvlvania <ir 0 iio. Yit compare these
School Supcrintem'ent. Win. M. Turner ; Survey
on his salary, Tne tax was pa d under pro in, M.lister tu Gu itamalii.
or, J. S. Howard : Coroner. L. Ganung.
by «cores of ranchinnn, each one ol: States and how do they Rtnnd now ? New
test, and this
XVI. George K. Leer, P.esidcnt’« brntl«-
—Justice of the Peace,
the amount. The court below held that the er in-law’s emisin, Pittdic Smies, New Y«.rk, wii mi has frmi L.OJO to75.00) he id. O i ti c Y.trk, with her settlements 250 years old,
James R. Wane ; Constable, N. Stephenson.
Santa Catrulos river is a ranch containing ami a population of 4,000,000, has 784,000
tax was unco.isliliitional, and ¡iw.itden judg place worth §100,000 a year.
Toirn nf Jarlf>"Ur>l’r.— Trustee», ,1 James A. Wil-
acres. It is owned bv «me mm, oxen tind S'«»ck cattle; Pennsylvania, with
XVII. Ork irdo II. II sS. Preside.nt’<own
ment for the plaintiff lor ihe mnuunt claimed.
«on. N. Fisher. Lewis Zigler, Juliu T Ll.lger nnd J.
King, and lias on it G5.UU0 hea«l <4 | over 3.000,000 people, litis 721.000; Ohio,
-8. Howard : R.-eor er. U. S. Ilayden : Tre.i.--
1'i.at judgment was now affirm« <1 by tie c< us.11, Clerk in Third Auditor’s office, Wash
.«irer, Henry 1’jpe : Mnishal, James 1’. McDaniel.
C «1 le, 20,009 horse«, 7,000 sheep, nnd 8 C09| with 3,000.000 people, has 149.002 ; Texa«,
Uniieti States Supreme Court, the C urt Imld ington.
iug th.it the judicial power of the Stales is
XVIII. Dr. Addison Dent, President's goat.«. Tli.s iminen«e number of l.ve stock ! ' with 810,000 people, Las 3,800,000 cattle
C »unit/ Oi ’>•«.—Judge, J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff,
exempt from Federal taxation, Ail the thir bridher in law's tl.iid cousin, Cletk in the requires 1,090 saddle horses mid 300 Mexi ! alone.
Panic! L. Green Clert. Charle-« Hughes : A».«es-
teen Slates were in poSse-i.m of this power. Register’si.fiicc. Treasury Department, Wash cans to uttji.d and herd it. Ten thomaiid! The great Platte Valley Lai over 8,000,000
■or, R. E. Foley: Tre: urer, AV tn. Nnucke ;
beeves are annually sold from tbe ranch, and •icre-t of rich pastures; but how long wiil
and were exercising it, at the time of tllC ington.
l ointnissioner«. Tbotn.is G Patterson, II. Woiul-
«- ek : School Supcrintcud<.nt, R. R. Mid .1 •*-
ad iption uf the C.»ixti;tilion, aid it i« not
XIX. J. F. Simpson, President's own 12,000 young calves branded. There is an- these acres remain grnz ng ground» ? The
pretended that any grunt of it was made to C 'Usin, Second Lieutenant Twenty filth In- oil.er ranch on the Sun Antonia river, near Union Pacific II ulroad Las already divided
—Circuit Court. 24 Monday
Goliad, which grazes 40,OtO head of cattle 'these lands from their eastern to the r wes
tiie General G »vernment by 'hat in.-ti unn tit lautry.
in A.-i . .mi F-u.in M.;U i iy IB 11 ’•
brands 11,000 head ol calves uiitiually tern exircnitv, and towns ami villages are
-Court, First t Monday
. iJ January,
. April, July and
It is, therefore, one of the sovereign powers
XX. John Sim; Sun, President’s own cous
Mr. 0 Conner, ihe owner of th s ranch, sells ' s ringing up everywhere along its iron rails,
vested in the State« by their constitutions, in, Second Lieutenant Fauth Artillev.
wot tli of stuck each year, and his hul l farms are b.'itig «q>ened on every side of
whic remain unaltered and unimpaired, ami
XXI. George B. Johnson, President’s
in re-peel of winch »Le States are as inde mother's s»c u.d c . his 11. As-estu.r of Internal beids arc cons antly increasing. In 1852 lie h in. It is no exaggeration to say that the
begun catlie lai.-iiig with 1,5UU head, ami hi« p ipu ation of the United States before the
pcmleut o' the General G .vernment aS that Revenue, Third District. Oi.i >.
present he ds and Wvu.la are the results ol close of the pie-ent eentury will probably
G ivcrnn.ent is in Irpei dent ol the State*,
XXII. B. L. Wyman«, Pie-ident's couS
I’ll supremacy id’ the General Government in s liusbatid, Postmaster ol Newport, Kell- imiural increase. 0 i ihe Gulph, between [ reach 100.009,009 of people. Then there
ihe Rio Grande and Nueces, is a ranch coli- will be no We«t to settle up, no great stock
cannot be maintained.
tuning 142,84) acres, owned by Mr. li «bi ranges, but farms and cities, nnd cities nnd
JACKSONVILLE LODGE No IO
’i he two G .vernmen’s are upon an < q i »1-
It is oil a peninsula, hav«ng water farm« everywhere. I predict tiiat those men
ty, and the q ie«ti.m i-, whethrr the power
olds its regular meetings
on three sid s, and tu enclose the other side, w ho begin m»w by raising cattie on Gevern-
“to levy ami c licet taxe«” enable« the Gm
every Saturday evening at tbe Odd Fell
nent Lind«, an I arc wise enough to buy a
has required die bunding >.f thir.y-one link«
Hall. Brother.« in goo I standing are invite
of those land« as soon as they are
THE It MESTC.VD ACT • ? Jl't.Y 15, 1870. F R ul pl.uik lence.
Every three miles along the i iffe.'ed for sale, will fl id before they die that
California St.. (Up Stairs.) over Reames
THUS. PAULSON, R. Sec y.
TIIE BEXEFIT . F SOl.DIEItS AXD SAIL KSWII-i fence are In u«e> i >r the herders, tn.d enor- i.ii .«e land* will lie worth ill-re t<> them than
in-ti timrntal.l o s employed in cari ving into
, J ohn B iioec ,
A Wilson’* Livery Stable,
SERVED IX THE VMTED STATES ToRCES Di li
tn.ms s ab es un 1 pens for t ie slock. 1’iierv lil.eir herds ever c uld have been.
execu'i n i:s must important funct'.im«. Ii
11. V. H elm *.
INC HIE RlßEIJ.lliN- JXSTRLCTh X.« A> T > t.re gr.izi-il in tins en»Ij«ure 3'J,OL'0 bead oi.
Regular R.» >e'<ah Degree meeting, last Monday
h< W TO PROCEED To TAKE THE BENEE1T or beet entile, besides an immense number of
j urv every acre of g.Htd land between the
' ihe jn licial dep irtinent ali i the appointment
niglit of each month, at 71 o clock p tu.
riht r stoi k.
I U1 «soUri river ami the ¿’al>|oriiiu eu<M will
May 1st. 1SW.
of officers to administer the law—being
A ranch < n the or z « river contains 55,000 i : he worth §50 in gold.’’ Wild as this declar-
among the r«'«ci v< <1 powers <d the S'ates —
c. w. ¡¿Ail leí :.
D epartment of the I nterior ,
l»e.«d of Catlie, .ilJO liead id horses, ;i:id ;>ji <tmn at the lime «eeimd, it ha« already been
di-.ilde« the Gei.i r.il G vernniimt from b vv
real Z"«l in many portions of Nebraska, nnd
G lsekal L and O ffice .
herders. John Kits hi , the ow ner, drive.« ! r likely to c«mie truo in all our State« and
I ing the tax. as that depends nil m the exines.«
Attorney auâ foiiisellor-at-taw,
3ialcli lj, lb« 1.
10,GOO cat lie io mai ket :ii’.nu-.<liy. Ten \ear.«| i Territories w« st of the B'g Muddy. Great,
of the act <d Ju.y 15,
J A C KSO N V11. LE, OH E G O \
ago lie was a poor tarinei in Teuiie-see, but 11lien, aS are ihe fortune« w hich ure being
I made in cattle, still greater w ill be tbe for
M'l'iiig la« bind ¡u.d goii g to the Braz >«, hei
tunes made in land. Those whi are wisest
Will practice iu tbe Supreme ( oart. District, anH
i ai n y l<>r tlie y ear end
succeeded, by dint «»I bard L«b >r, in gettingl ! will m .ke all _ih -y can on their cattle, anti
other C-art■'' f this St ito
ing June 39, 1871, ami l«.r othi r purposes,
OFFICE—In building formerly oeeapie 1 by 0.
toge her sixty e-.ws mid nine br«»< d in.ires, tlie moment t. c Inml« nre for stile buy all
is sai l t!
¡mi the <a.!y ¡nt for the benefit of >old«ei>
Jacoli«—opposite Com ’ li"V.«e .K.Ti irr.
•wer in «' • I • V-, -i'fling mi i. e puli.ic doi.ia n passed by the wlien lie we ii to raising stock. He h,1S Bow they can get, even if they have t<> sell a part
..f their herd to pttv for the lands. The
50,00») h"a«l of cattle, worth at leist 150.0C0.
rn.im<d unit r it L’l.iltd ¡States bougies«,
Dr. L. T. DAVÎ.-4,
is a« f"How « :
' I lames tea I Law precludes the possibility of
an I he is si ll only forty years old. This getting inucn laml in «me body, but by bny-
“¿Ke. 25. And Le it J'urthcr enacted,
in in is establishing a st. ek ranch on tin j mg out settlers ¡it fair price«, sufficient land
1 hut i very private sold er and officer who
S. hh I i l’l.itte, in Nebrask.t, where hen jwr Ims for grazing purposes may be had for many
has sei veil in the armv <«r tbe L a it cd Slates
veurs to come.
5,(H)0 be.nl of cattle, and next spring Will
WING A LARGE AND WELL SELECT «»•
during tiie ¡ebi-lii. n, f -r nil etv days, and re- I
cd asfortment of
I bring in 10,000 (iiore.
A rkansas I jiverv Sr.'.iMii, )
Another Letter from Senator Baldwin—
imi.ii'd l"Vul to the ('•■.veriiUiCt t, and every
I Tiiere is u ranch on th t Concho river. The “Herald” Stiil Further Shown Up.
«e . hi in, marine, and < n
i ther | er.-un,
f*. Or* -• 'n .
Texas, where, I i m told, one man owns 70,
i as C
who In.s served in the ll.lt v of the United
he nl id steers and miicii cows.
D5€. A. B. OVUKECCCi
(The following letter was sent to the Her-
¡States, or in ti«e marine corps, or ri venue
Tue best grazing c .unties ia Texas are laid fur publication, but was refused. We
•1 :<i> «
H.’II.L PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SIR
marine, dur.i g the lebi-ilam, f..r ninety davs.
thoseo i aiockiun't. n. S evens, Jack. Y<»U:«g. j nave been requested to give it a place ; hcnca
II GERY, ax l will attend promptly t > all cabs
the 8. ate «S as
on professional businees. Jiis office r.ud resideuec
Uu laii.in, l’.do Pmt >, lliil, .'«id Joimsoii. I as appearance in our columns.—E d . O reuoni -
the G .■uer.U G Veriimeig.
on payment <.l tiie ice or commission i
L'.ivse eouniies lie along the Rm Grande, the AX)
Tue Overbeck Iio~pilal,
acts —TiiLiR validità ’ svs
i he c M 1-CAit
C axfox C ity . G rant C o ., )
iiegistt-r or Receiver >f any land <41
Nueces. Gu'iualupe, S.iu Antonio. Colorado, |
On Oregon Street. Jacksonville. Oregon.
TA IS LI).
Mai-eit 28, 1871. f
q tire«) by law, be cnt.iled io enter one
Lemi, Br..z i*, Trinity, 6.»bi:ie a.td Red rivers ; E ditor H erald : — In your piper of the
n. it. nr v
JAMES n. FAY.
ter sec.i hi ol kind, not mineral, of ihe
l’lie stock from the.-e ciunt«e8 are driven to IS.’h, you attempt to j :stify yourself for re
the l ui.ed 8.ate«, now deci led by Hie ! niied i
FAY & KE A
fusing to publi-h my letters written in de
nate reserved wclions of pub! c lu.ds ill-'llg
the Guipii iu great nui.iuers, where they are
I States Sup erne <N nr', the C’ou t affirms tile »
fense of t..e la e Sena e Inve«tig:iting Com
the ¡inc« of any o: c <>l ibe r «ilio.id« or o' iu r i
Attorneys ar.tl Co’.ir.scliors-at.Lau, i
slaughtered, packed in steamers, or put on mittee ngiiins: tiie as-aulis of Mr. Semple, by
i j idgmeni id the court bei w, condemning tin.
public Works in the United States wherever alive, and .shipped to XeiV 1 ok, Boston and «axing that they “were refused for the reason
OFFICE—In Court Iluns', up stairs.
to fol felture, holding the act unici
public land.« have I een or may be grunted by ' oilier ii'Ttiieili market.«. A great, many cat that the n, te itceoinpanying them contained
Will practice in the Supreme an 1 other Courts
which the j i!\ carding WaS insti tiled to be
an imp-ied threat to publish in some other
o< l.'ongres«, and to iceeive a patent,
of this State.
tie are ilFivcn imi'ili <>;: foot b w iy of Abi
rai d, ami tbit the f .rm of the proceeding
! therefor under ami by vir ueo! the i>r>.vision«- lenc, Kan-as, mid .Scimyler, Nebraska. S.mi< ¡otirn H in case of n >.i-ipue irance in this
The authority of Congress to
lone.” And >« proof of your readines* to
T-«?* Particular nttenti'.n paid to the collection
<»f tiie uet I" M'Cnre h •me«H';«<!s to ¡ictual s t- !
of Claims acain-t the F b ral an I State Govern
give me a place in y-Hir e>luuins you, with a
enact the lav?
We are prepare 1 to do nil kinds <>f
ments. the Entry of Lands under the Pre-emption
tu-rs cm the public u<>iiniin. and the not«.
Ciliforni.-I ; ot er« keep al mg the J»rkan>u- friumphaiit uir of d sii t •rested f.iimesS nnd
the cmnpete nCy to prerctibc that the proceed-
an I Homestead Laws, an.I to the Entry of Mineral
! liberality, r« fer to th* publication of sundry
amendatory, nnd mi the hums and c mdilion« !
Lodes on 1er the reeent Act of Congrí- ’.
to ¡h ut’s F >rd, thence aero«« Colorado ovei
should be agaiii't the property and out
i letters <d mine in tiie Herald «luring the late
I liiervin pri-sctibi d, hi <1 ¡ill ibe prov .sio:i-ufi
is and into Wyoming and <m up «rssioii'of ihe Legislature, “though those let
the Black II.Ils
DK. W. .JACK-SON.
against the person is affiimtd. Mr. J USl 1er
i said acts, except as herein in al.fled, «ha I » X
into Ut ill, el nit iim, Nevada mil Id »In», ters S'verely animadverted on the course of
Sirong delivered the opinmii of the court.
tend and lie ap'nicabie lo (n lies under this'
There are s me «¡rivers whose name« I can •lie paper in wliicti they appeared.” Now,
Mr. Ju-tice Davis c incurred in the view takt n
Dental Roi»m.« in bniid>nz f rmerly occupied by
act, and Ihe C<miiiii.«<mmer «1 the General |
Sir. I h ive a -very diSt net rec election tliM
not mention, but the wim'e number ol cattle
by the court respecting the custi utioiiality
Dr. E. H. Greenznan. corner California nn«i Fifth
the ti <«e »ee an puttying the letters from Salem
Streets. Ail -t;. !••.« of Dental work done 6n short
brought iiortii «»veiiand I l oin TeXtis during referred io emtaitud the same '.implied
I of ti e act, but
d s-eniei lr»mi the di«p«isitbm
notiee. at reduced pri-•?. Particular attention
tiie necessary rules and regulations to cirrv !
n Illi this
which is mml'j of the ca«e. holding that there
given to the regulation of children’s teeth. Teeth
this section into »11 ct and detCtinine ¡ill facts
extracted without piia by the use vf tiie late
head. O> these 20.000 •vent to M mti.ua.
was error in the record, wh ch, for leciioicni
w.is’*if publication wasdenied to return them
method of local anastbesia. A.l work warranted.
to L’.uli, 8,00.) to Nevada, 9 0)0 1«.
reasons, should have caused a n ver.-ul of the
.Sa ¡«faction guaranteed.
to me,” »li le that aeeotnpnnying the letters
By tlie«e provisions, the homestead lnw of I
\\ voiuing, 10.0JO to G ililoruia 11,000 toi under Consideration was, that if publication
Nov. 2t*th. 1 Still.
May 29th, 1852, ami the act* amendatory i 1 laho, and 3.1.0d0 to Colorado a:.d New
was denied to hand them to a gentleman
Mr. Justice Field, for liim«elf, and M
tlier«'«4, are so far modified ¡is to ailow entries Mex co.
therein named. Thea I Was near nt hand ;
Justice CiitT- rd, read n tlisseiiting
to be made by the parties mentioned therein,
along the base of m.muiniiis in tr..ns!erring now I am several bunured miles distant from
taking the ground that the act was
o'the maximum quantity of one quarter sec- this stock vas over SI,250,000. At Abdeni*, the Herald office, which readily enough ac-
tulimial »nil void.
t ni <>r one hundred and sixty acre.« of land, the gre it Kuns is Cattle market, over 200, coiin s for the difference.
Having published some letters from me ac-
he'd at the double minimum price of $2 50 000 head were handled. Tue shipments in coin pan cd with this ‘•implied threat,” as
The Reigning Family.
per acre, inste id of «me ha f quarter section September reac -ed 00,00l) head, mid in Oc vmt are pleased to call a polite request, I
had rm reason to believe you would decline
aving located in J acksonville ,
nr eighty acres, as heretofore.
tobtr nearly 75.000 head. This immense lie piib’icntion of the letters rel'crrod to in
inform-« the citizens of this place and vicinity
Uly .«ses Simp-ou Grant, President oil A party desiring to avail himself thereof,
th it he i« now prepare I t<> take onler« for all kinds
traffic may be esLmaied wnen it is state 1 vour* article f>r the reason there assigned,
the Uniied S ates.
o; gent«’ nnd boy’.« elothing at reasonable prices.
is required to file the iisuitl homestead appli that it took 111 cars n dnV to transler the apd I still t link tfie realm was other than
Satis i actio 11 guaranteed.
II. Jesse Root Grant, President's father, I cation for the tract desired, if legally liable
stock, and one bunk in Kati-uS City iiutidled the one given.
;T»T Ci. eaxixo and R epairisg done. •”r*?v
Postmaster ¡it C -vingt ni, Kv.
Y'-b are now doubtless rendv to a»k, •by
to entry, to make bffi lavit according to the §3.000,000 cuttie money. In Nebra ka. the
July 2J. 1810.
request at all,—or. as you pleased call it,
III. Frederick Dent Grant, Presiueut s loim lieieio annexed, instead of ihe usimi
Cattle trade with th' S >uth is jil-t beginning; this “implied threat?” I will give my rea-
son, tiailei ut Wesi Point.
homestead affidavit, and to make payment of vet last year 27,00‘J nend changed hands m s >n. Ab mt the l«t of October, 1809, a dit-
IV. 0.vil L. Grant. Prcsi lent’s brother, «he §10 lee stipulaied in the act «d 20:h May.
Schuyler, mid the 1'irst National Buikoi, tinguislied individual made our little moun
partner of ihe Collector ol the Port al C’i»i 1862, and .he u«u il c nimissi-n« mi the price
Omaha handled §500,000 in consequence o. ■ tin' town a visit, and of course made a
Lspeeidi. Af.er the ni:n »unceinent that !»•
of the lands. §2 50 per ¡ic-e. Ibe entry to be this trade. It is likely the trade at Schuylei :
V. Frederick T. Dent, President’s father regularly niiinberei! and reported t<» thi« < !Ii e in 1871 wdl reach 100,000 head of cattle, I 1 would undress the cit z ms at the omirt house
at a eerta'h hour, prominent Democrats
in-law, claimant uf lands al Caroiide.et, M«>., in the monthly h<»iu«'«teml retut n.« of ihe di«
.■nd it will reqture S1.5R).OOO to carry it on. knowing that I wa« i 1 ihe habit of indulging
VllOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS CON-
euchred by Wilson, Commissioner of tl.v tricl land office. The p-ivileg«s c nif.-ried l>v
Lirge aS the cattle trade may seem, it is invs'df o.*ca«inin>lly in «nch pastime, requea-
y stwntly on band.
thi« act cannot be trsigned, nor is the entry as yet in its infancy, not m;ly in Texas, New rod me t<> review in < he Column« of the Herald
tire snrech to which we were to listen, pro-
umler it av.iilub'e for widows or heirs of de Mexico, Colorado, on the Pm te, but thn llgli
• _ xt _
vid<"! the Hume shmiLI 8«*eny to require the
brother in law, Minister Io Denmark.
.ml the Unit'd States'. The rapid increase •»(•plicnti >n of the diR.«<-ctin'g pen. i thought
VII. Abel Ratlib me Corbin. President’s
Regaiding »cttlement ni.«l ctiltivsiiion, the
•if <>ur p> ulatioH, l> »tli from loreign and du it did, and in behalf of the cause <«f Dem«»o-
brother in-law, negotiator of g«4«l and real requirements of the law it« lhi«c ¡i«sof entries
«nny cohi ttn*«iced the w t-k, *«nt u» tbe Herald
mesiic s u cos, d-mundi a coiresponding the first of what was ili'eiid«'«! to l«e n serie*
<•? ate «pecul iiiotB with James Fisk, Jr., and are the same as in other homestead entries.
increase of f'Hid, and at present there is
if nhour, five letter*, I was informel by n
Very respect fit I v,
Jav G >ul<).
not»' f «un th? »"Il’nr, Mr. Semple, “that any
VIII. Brevet Brigadier General F. T.
article I W 'ltM iwrite upon the ?ubj*ct <»f
demand. D ef can be rai-C 1 on the td.iiu-
PAMPHLETS, Dent. President’»! brother in law, chief osher
he undersigned , having fully
li iince <>r «iilfr ig'* lie would g’adly publish.”
rcHtteiLtbis dd arni-Liroute place of resort,
at G cents per pound; ami Uti.il that is done, Tne e liter di«l no:. re«urn the manu*<-ripjf:
now offers th*X*-y best of liquor* and segurs at
S evere on S tanton -.— Dining the debate I there need be no apprehension of crowding h"hc? th* reqifst accompanying all aubse-
IX. Judge Louis Dent, President’s broth
12 1-2 CENTS.
H e U. S. Sen de on “S->u hem Outrage«,’’ the cattle market. L’.ial beef can ever be qu*nf com'nitnii'atimi*.
er in-law, c-Unsel for claimants beffire the
Tb* Saleon. i* cominodioas, the billiard table*
Y"Ur imnot«iti'»n that I «Ltsitnel these let-
sn.callid, the name of Stanton Was mention had in our day s.i cheap aS -ix cents does u >l
»re at tbe latest and most improved pattern, aad i
t President ; lees esiima’ed at §49,090 a year.
f.T pnbl cition iu tin1 nalletm is eratjiil-
tbe wants of guests promptly supplied.
rd, whereupon Senator Duv s, of Kentucky, seem pr<.bah e, and yet even al foil ’ and 11
■u«. If I had «les’red their miblicati >n in
X. George IV. D. nt, Piesident'« broker,
remarked : “A more lawless Jicuitor was ha f cents per pound large fortunes can be II.y «.ther p iner «ha» 'h,, H:rald I rfiouM
SO T’oint« of UlUlarA» For JDrlnka.
in law, appraiser of Customs, Salt Francisco-
And all other kinds of printing required
1,1V' suit iItem »•« ’If t pnp‘*r "‘"I n"< *»» th®
never in power than that same Seereurry «»f
to be done in the community, on
XL John Dent, President’s brother in War. If justice bail been dealt out to him in tllade ill entile breeding. Il is only on the Herald. 1 «ie«ire<l »Im*« who read the nt teak
Thane Irtrnwing thoinselvee indebted to me will
very rcasonuble term».
lnw, only Indi in Trader for New .Mexi'-", his life time he w«ml I I a-e been bung a hun l.in-tless plains, where laud is < f little or no „1 Mr Semt»l ttpo « th.K-o nmineet« ternimy
do well te ex 11 withunt delay anil settle, as I most
ftST" Ton who want Job Printing done, give under ludiau Bareuu, place worth §190,000 dred limes lor murder, and put in peniten value, that stuck Can be raised m a Ivuiilug«*. .lefcnsc, ¡»ml thi« I think i« • chat V"U f? *r*L
hare money, and that soon.
m b eaU, »nd we will ratitly you both in atyleand
J • M« BALDwIJi®
tiary ten thousand times tor bia crimes.”
But even the plains, boundless as they may
NEW & FANCY TYPE,
R6ILR0ÄD SALOON !