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The Santa Fe Republican from Santa Fe, New Mexico • Page 1

The Santa Fe Republican from Santa Fe, New Mexico • Page 1

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Santa Fe, New Mexico
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SANTA FE REPUBLICAN Santa Fe, Wednesday Evening. August 8th. 1849. TO OUR PATHOXS. IT Captain Ma rev, leave for the U.

Hate. Since the Mb of last Jane, we have been nn-l to-nwrow morning, jfoing as far daw at Dona able to publitb our journal, as oar paper have a for Fort Smith. entirely given out. We expect a supplr rw ennn kinMr trill nx twn. We will issue a prospect In eai.

i received Iron. the city time, an hope that all those wishin to see a PPe ,0 be paper flourish in Mints e. will give their im-: mediate support and help the press along. of merchandise at fair prices. Head Quarters.

9th Mil. Dept. Santa Fe, New Mexico, Aug. 3d, M9. ORDERS V.

S. HOTEL. Messrs. RAYMOND WOOD, having lately arrived from the United States with a large ami extensive assortment of Groceries, Liquors, No. 31.

I. A government mail will leave Santa Fe and all necessarv articles of an outfit for Ft. Leavenworth monthly on the 15th of the foi their well knowii establishment, which have month: the first to leave on the 15th instant. already undergone a thorough chance, would Such arrangements will be made that the return 1 rc-fpeetfulk announce lo their friends and the mails may leave Ft. Leavenworth with (he ame; community 1 hat they have gone to regularity that they are despatched front Santa great expense and labor to guarantee them that Fe: all public paper ami documents a.s well as comfort, case awl pleasure which cannot pos-letters of officers and soldiers will be taken in, siblv he found at any ohft- hotel this side of this mail; and nil citizens will also lie aocs'a-, the "Citv of St.

Knowing the difficiency modated with this mail arrangement, the (Jnar- of the jVew Mexican, market, ami Ihc many lifter Master establishing such a of na'are acuities which Land-ionl labor under in the that this accommodation shall be of no addition -j nrocuicmetit of the many things which ought, on al expense to the government. Commanders of the festive boar1 he spread out to their friends posts throughout the Department will sivc due and the public, that they have taken tune by the notice of this arrangement, ami forward the fore-lock an. I transported them across the mails to' this place in time to have tlieni go in i plains. Their tahie i well supplied with eye-with the monthly mails. li thing tha' is nice and good, their bar with II.

The Quarter Masters Department will it lie best of liquors, wines -They have also make proper provisions to carry loregolugj three splendid Billiard tables in operation, anu hi order of into effect. in a lew itays more Incir I en-Fin Alley win ne Lt. Col. WASIUXGTOX. in readiness for those who wish to wh 1e away a few dull hours.

John H. Dickekson, Lt. St A. A. A.

Gen. 53" We learn by one of Ihe Texian Rangers, who arrived in otir Citv a few davs since, that COL. COLLIER. This newly appointed Custom-Hotise Officer or at i'f of 30, -mca''s-from Ohio, reached this city some three weeks al ii-M with heComanclits, near the since, taking the overland route for San Fran-. hieh esnlted in the cisco, California, for which point he is destined, capture oi 200 Indians.

oOO head of mules am The Col. and his party -will r.rsume their line of ll0r5e! a'i Mi'lor Waller lost on. march in a day or two, under the protection of ie light. a military escorti I Hi.f ari.Moc Among the many strangers and visitors trim hm-i arrived it. Aitr ritv.

M' not irfli have already maae tneir appearance in liie pun lie journals at home, we feel confident that the President and his able Cabinet could not have made a Inore wise and judicious selection. Cnl. several American ladies. We hope by snclJ emigration tjint Santa Fe soon be on the vstool of Bv the exertion, skill iiiul talent of the Rev. Mr.

Reed, who hat been; Collier is a gentleman in every sense ul the word, he possesses a clear and brilliant min.l. wiapnn lor ine Army, ye nope inai and from his experience in the political, for-iau i scei1 1 and domestic atiairsoi our Unvernuient. he wiit!" i nmriiiv oi have led for years past the path ol the unright- fice, hut will retlect great credit on his aml. to them the true and only gaje roan 10 snivjiion. inioiign mm anu me am oi There are several gentlemen of the we may expect soon to hear and witnett order of talent who accompanies the Colonel a S31 'ann, to California, whose qualification for the tis Dr.

Itandall. former editor of the Minesola Register and Mr. A. Bartol, of Wooster, Ohio, crrived here some three weeks since, in compa charge of duty assigned them, cannot be questioned. tf Cil.

Calhoun, agent for the different Indian tribes of New' Mexico, reached our citv some three weeks since. He will make his head quarters at Santa Ps. Several military companies have alrcadv arrived in our city. Their commanding officers ny with Col. Collier, eir route lor California.

There are other gentlemen in company, whose names we have not had the honor to have, but' they are gentlemen of talent and integrity. S3 We were visited this mormng'bv a nnm- ber of the '-Morgan County Rangers of Illi- nois," bound for California by Cooks ronte, un- i der the guidance of Capt Kirker. Their train iseaeMpedatGalisteoaad will move on in a few days. All the hereof thia paiy re well, and in good spirits. The Boom and Marten Ccunty emigrants of Missouei accompany them.

are ail one loosing men. i CT Robert Staafidd, who murdered Joseph kUne, of some two monthsl since, at San MinitVva executed on Friday, the 2fth day ofJuly, at Las Vegas..

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31
Years Available:
1847-1849