No satisfactory explanation of Taylors trips to Saltillo was made.
"Very soon," said Mrs. Saltillo, ignoring everything but the question.
The Saltillo haf for three hundred year no stain, no blot upon him.
Besides, if what they say is true, Saltillo wouldn't be very popular here.
Gen. Wool's column had by this time reached Parras, one hundred or more miles west of Saltillo.
His country-people shook their heads and said "it was like a Saltillo."
There is here a larger proportion of two-story buildings than is seen in either Saltillo or Monterey.
The distance from Chihuahua to Saltillo was called 675 miles.
The distance from Monterey to Saltillo by the railroad is about 68 miles, and that by road must be about the same.
The capital of the state is Saltillo; Monclova was the capital from 1833 to 1835.