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From New Mexico And The Plains

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Independenee, Mo,, July 1. The Santa Fe mail, nnd the Uannon City Express arrived this morning, and bnngs dates frocn Cannon Cily to the 17th uit., and New Moxico to the 15tVi. Deepite the high watera and other hindrauces, tho propriotors are d&terraiaed tocóme up to or ahead of time on this route, and so far they are meeting with encouragenient in the way of passengerd and expres matter. Col. Boone has received a number of wagon loads of presents for the Kiuwa Indiana at Fort Wiso, and has authority to conclude a treaty ot peace with them. AboQt 3.000 Kiowa and Camanche Iudians were asaemblöd at the mouth oí the pa w nee Pork, while the Arrapahoes and Chycnues are encamped above and bclow Fort Wise, all in anx ioiis expectation of reueiving thuir annual gift.-j. They did not molcst the mail party, and will not du ring tho ensuing season. Speyelberg's train reachod Santa Fo with largo supplies, and otlior trams were expectod duily. - One or two very refreshing and copious showers of rain had lallen which gavo the New Mesican iarrcera hopes of vet making oorn. Accounts irom the San Juan mines wero fiattering, and were more favorable than heretofore. A duel was fought near Old Fort Murey, boivveen John G. -Phillips and Jamos Cutnming. No injury resulted to either party. Col. Urayson and Dr. McDowal vvore to start to tho States by the Southern mail on the 18th uit. - Our farmers here are ín the roodst of tlieir barvcst, and an abundant yield is i"xpected.


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