Texas Almanac, 1859 Page: 146
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brings report of their success, while passengers are, all the while, taking our
line to Arizona; our stations afford stopping places, and our agents information
to all who prefer their own mode of conveyance; such travelers are numerous.
" The newly appointed consul for Guyamas takes our stage as far as Tucson,
starting from San Antonio, Texas.
" Our line is already forming the basis of a new State, rich in minerals, half
,way between Texas and California."
Table of distances, and from one watering place to another from starting point.
From San Antonio to Leon river, . .
From Leon to Castroville, ' Medina" river,
From Castroville to Dharris "Saco " river,
From Dharris to Ranchero creek, .
From Ranchero creek to Sabinal creek,
From Sabinal creek to Camanche creek,
From Camanche creek to Rio Frio, .
From Rio Frio to Head of Leona "Uvalde" .
From Uvalde to Nueces, . ..
From Nueces to Turkey creek,
From Turkey creek to Elm creek, . . .
From Elm creek to Las Moras river, Fort Clarke,
S 25 28
S . 838
From Fort Clarke to Piedra Pinto, ..
From Piedra Pinto to Maverick creek, .
From Maverick creek to San Felipe, .. . .
From San Felipe to first crossing of San Pedro or Devii's river,
From First Crossing to Painted Caves. ..
From Painted Caves to California Spring, .
From California Spring to Willow Spring, . .
From Willow Spring to Fort Hudson, or second crossing of San
Pedro or Devil's river,
From Fort Hudson to Head of San Pedro or Del
From Head of river to Howard Springs,
From Howard Springs to Live Oak creek,
From Live Oak creek to Fort Lancaster,
From Fort Lancaster to Pecos.
From Pecos Crossing to Pecos Spring,
From Pecos Spring to Leaving of Pecos,
From Leaving of Pecos to Arroyo Escondido,
From Arroyo Escondido to Escondido Spring,
From Escondido Spring to Camanche Spring,
From Camanche Spring to Leon Hole,
From Leon Hole to Hackberry pond,
From Hackberry pond to Limpia reek, . .
From Limpia creek to Fort Davis, .
From Fort Davis to Point of Rocks,
From Point of Rocks to Barree Springs,
From Barree Springs to Deadmahi's Hole, .
From Deadman's Hole to Van Horn's Well's
From Van Horn's Wells to Eagle Springs
From Eagle Springs to first camp on Rio Grande
From first camp on Rio Grande to Birchville
Fom Birchville to San Eleazario
From San Eleazario to Socorro
From Socorro to Isletta
From Isletta to El Paso
From El Paso to Cottonwood
From Cottonwood to Fort Fillmore
From Fort Fillmore to La Mesilla
S . 3142
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