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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19. THIRTY-FIFTH LEGIS LATIVE ASSEMBLY (Continued from First Page.) motion and on the roll call, Mr. Mar tinez made a lengthy speech against the new -county. He said he had pre sented many petitions against this bill. Mr. Llewellyn retorted that all petitions are in the same writing. The motion of Mr. Martinez was tabled by 18 to 6 votes. The bill was then read in full. The report of the committee was adopted. The House then indulged In a. parliamentary wrangle. Mr. Kilpat rick moved to table the original bill. Mr. Turner, Mr. Bowie and Mr. Llew ellyn sparred as to points of order. The Sneaker held that the original bill could be tabled without affecting the substitute bill. Mr. Martinez utilized to the roll call again to oppose the new county. The original bill was then ta bled. Mr. Llewellyn then moved the adoption of the report of the commit tee, recommending passage of the sub stitute and this was done. It was then read the first and second time. Mr. Martinez moved to recommit to a spec la) committee of five. This was tabled. Quite a fight then developed over an amendment to name the new county Quay instead of Leonard Wood. While the debate on this point was in pro gress, the following telegram received by Mr. F. A. Hubbell from Delegate B. S. Rodey was read: "Enemies of state hood got senate into secret session on Panama treaty, but now rumor has it that they cannot consider the treaty unless they first agree on statehood. It is a fight to the finish." The name Quay county was adopted and the-bill passed by a vote of 30 to 4. MINOR CITY TOPICS Exchange: J. H. McCutchen, Albu querque; O. L. King, Denver; W. Linn, Denver. The flyer on the Santa Fe from the east was four hours late today and will come in this evening with No. 1. Palace: W. E. Neal, Albuquerque; R. B. Thomas, Cerrillos; Alex. Read, Tierra Amarilla; H. H. Fleischer, Le Roy, N. M.; J. W. Fleming, Silver City; Fifty Years .aw m m. m a a a m aaw m ar m Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. Highest Tests U. S. Gov't Chemists PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO; LEGISLATORS a "If all the legislators should die in one night 'Twould leave this country in a terrible plight, The passenger trains would rust on the rail And the hotel business be dead as a nail. l 1 ' " No man would hear the sound of the gong, And livery rigs would sell for a song; The hinges of the theater doors would rust, The street cars and omnibusses crumble to dust." d& a W. H. GOEBEL, Hardware. 107 Catron Block 30-00 TO MEXICO CITY AND RETURN VIA THE Mexican Central Railway On account of the Cattlemen's Convention io El Paso, March loth, ' the Mexican Central Railway will tender a rate of J30.00 to Mexico City and return. Special arrangements have been made Tor the ex tension of tickets reading into El Paso when holders wish to take side trip to Mexico. Tickets on sale March 11th to 14th inclusive. Limit thirty days from date of sale. Stop-overs perniitteda.a IV. D- MURDOCH, A. 0. P. A.. City of Mexico " A. B. Powell, Washington; C. L. Pol lard, Espanola; MrsA, H. Whltmore, Mrs. J. G. McManey, B. G. Wilson, S. B. Davis, E, W. Roch, B. D. Black, Las Vegas; G. A. Richardson, Roswell; J. Norton, City; D. G. Hurst, Miss Hurst, New York. Hampers saloon has been moved to the south side of San Francisco street to the rooms formerly occupied by Fink's butcher shop. The regular meeting of the Guild of the Church of the Holy Faith will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Miss Palen. Bon-Ton: John Casey, St. Louis; P. Lopez, Raton; Sixto Chaves, El Rito; J. A. Fraser, Cosme Martinez, H, V. Gonzales, Santa Cruz. Hon. A. L. Kendall and other Cerril los citizens got up a bean bake last night and it was a huge success. The proceeds go into the Cerrillos public school fund, Montezuma Lodge No. 1, A. F. and A. Masons will hold a special communica tion this evening at 7:30 o'clock at Ma sonic Hall. Visiting Masons are cor dially invited to attend. Ladies Minstrels at Loretto Auditor ium Monday night. Seats now on sale at Ireland's Pharmacy. Under auspices of Woman's Board of Trade. See the cake walk; hear all the latest songs. Pretty marches, dances, etc. Paul Wunschmann and Company, the well known insurance men of this city, take up a good deal of space in this is sue of the New Mexican by the publi cation of the annual statements of the many companies they represent. They are a first class and reliable firm. Claire: C. G. Cruickshank, San Mar cial; H. Sternberg, San Francisco; J. M. Sandoval, Albuquerque: V. F. Mar tinez, Las Vegas; J. D. Moore, J. A. Fraser, Colorado; A. Halterman, Es panola; B. Romero, Las Vegas; B. E. Hanley, 'J. J. Hanley, Boston; G. A. Laney, St. Louis; W. N. Brunswick, St. Louis. It is reported that an attempt is be ing made to move the office of the sur veyor general from this city to Albu querque. It is sald that the proposi tion has been agitated before the gen eral land office for sometime. There Is absolutely no good public reason why the surveyor general's office should be removed from this city. There is no demand for such removal except by a few interested parties. Mrs. Feliciana Baca de Sandoval, widow of Pablo Sandoval, died Tues day evening at her home on the south the Standard Santa Fe, N. M. uuui"K W.S. MEAD i' Commercial Ag't El Paso. side of heart disease. She was 68 years o age, a good woman and highly res pected. She leaves four sons and sev en daughters. The funeral will take place tomorrow at 8:30 o'clock from the Cathedral, and the remains will be in terred in Rosarlo cemetery. Charles Wagner is the funeral director. WANTED By the New Mexican Prin ting Company, second-hand volumes oi the Session Laws of 1899 in English. Fair price paid. The New Mexican Printing Company has the only bindery in the territory where first class loose leaf ledgers are manufactured. Merchants and business firms, requiring such books for the coming year, should Immediately ad dress ithis company and they will find that the best work at the lowest prices In ithe southwest will be done for them if they order from this company. Invitations are out ior a bean-bake on Saturday evening, Fehruary 31, at the Post Hall, to celobrate Washington's birthday and in honor of the members of the legislature. The tean-balie will be under the auspices of tho Grand Army of the Republic and the Woman's Relief Corps. It will prove a delightful occasion. LEGISLATIVE POINTERS. Thare is a large delegation of members of the faculty of the Normal University at Las Vegas here today to labor with tho members of the council anil find out "where they are at." Hon. Pedro Sanches always loeeives a courteous hearing when he addresses the bouse. He is a fluent and convinc ing speaker, and impresses you with the thought that tlu seeds of knowledge niav bo planted in solitude, but must be cultivated in public. t Mr. Vargas had a copy of a New York paper this morning which contained the severe criticism of his bill to abolish the Sunday law as made by Senator Depew, Mr. Vargas wanted to offer It and have It become a part of the records but he was advised to wait until some matter came up in connection with which it could be offered. Hon. Grar.villo Pendleton is ever on the outlook for the interests of his con stituents. He demonstrated this fully the other day when tho ditch bills were up for consideration in tho house Truth, proof and conviction character i.ed his statements of what is best for San Juan county in the irrigation line. Theodore Rouault, the man who made Las Cruces famous, has sent Represent atlve Llewellyn a case of his canned green chili, and each member of the legislature has been served with sam pie cans of tho same. Mr. Ruuaull's canned goods are tho finest in tho world and lie is justly entitled to be known as the man who made Las Cruces famous. , Major Lieweilyn has received a photo graph from Cauter, of Las Cruces, showing a group of fairly aged people. Jose Maria Belarde, the youth of the party, is 79. Next comes Samuel G Bean, 84; then Albino Carrillo, 90; Mrs. Mary B. Ake, 94; Agapito Padllla, 97; and Jesus Parago, 112; all residing at Las Cruces and enjoying good health.' Lord Ashley, before he charged at the battle of Edge Hill, made this short prayer: "O Lord, Thou knowest how busy I must be this day; if I forgot Thee, do not Thou forget me." This prayer before battle should be borne In mind by constituents writing to' their representatives In the Legislature for favors that do not receive prompt at tentlon. , . . : The territorial legislature is now be ing daily importuned by the different institutions, educational and otherwise, of the territory, for appropriations for the ensuing two years. In almost every instance these institutions are of a de' serving nature and. of great benefit to the territory, and The Argus believes It to be the part of wisdom for the legis lature to accord them liberal support. Carlsbad Argus. Cuuncil Joint resolution, authorizing the secretary of the territory promptly to furnish the newspapers of New Mexico with copies of all bills introduced In both houses of the assembly, as soon as they leave the hands of the printer, is a good piece of legislation, and the chair men of the printing committees are assured by Secretary Raynolds that the clerk having the bills in charge will faHhfuHy discharge the duties jf giving greater, publicity to the work of the legislative bodies. '. a Tbe-nseabeVs" of both houses are in receipt of invitations to attend the G. A. R. bean-bake Saturday evening. The law-makers believe with Luther that a valiant and brave soldier seeks rather to preserve one citizen than to destroy a thousand enemies; therefore an upright soldier begins not a war lightly, or with out urgent cause. True soldiers and captains make not many words, but when they speak the deed is done. Scipio, the Roman, was of the same opinion, and the legislators will prob ably be in a like frame of mind when this entertainment is brought to a close . The bill introduced by Colonel J. Frank Chaves on yesterday and pro viding for an orphans' home at Belen, has passed both houses. The rules were suspended and " the measure went through in a hurry. It is understood that it will be signed by the Governor when it reaches him. The Valencia county delegation in the Council and in the House worked assiduously for the bill with result as above. The delega tion consists- of Colonel J. Frank Chav es In the Council and Martin Sanchez and Carl A. Dalles In the House. The Council yesterday afternoon had two breaks, in what was an otherwise monotonous session. When the irriga tion bill was under consideration, Mr. Spiess criticised the wording of it in fhat it referred to ditches that "take water from the llio Grande river." He desired it chunged. Mr. Fall asked him if he was opposed to taking water, and Mr. Spiess promptly replied that he was. Mr. Hawkins urged that once In a great while he should not be opposed to it and that it be takenv The amend ment was made. The second was when the substitute bill for Council Bill No. 2 was under consideration. The word pedagogy was spelled in the original and in the printed copies pedadogy. The members indulged in some good natur-ed comments on the animal and suggestions were made that the bill be referred to the livestock committee. - r . According to the Albuquerque Journal-Democrat, tho sentiment In lierna lillo county, outside of tho town of Al buquerque, seems to be in favor of let ting the county division scheme rest until the session of the 30th Legislative Assembly. It Is claimed that the tax able property of the proposed new coun ty of Sandoval is too small to properly support the proposed new county; also that the bonds to be issued by the new County could not be sold to any advan tage on this account. There are other mfnor'rconsiderations against the crea tion of the new csnnty at present, and Misunderstood that the bill providing for such, luiviii" been withdrawn by its Introducer, Hon, Celso Sandoval, will not again be limiiglit up this session. The chances me that the mailer has been dropped absolutely for the session, 1 PtHSUhAL MENTION Dr. A. Halterman, a physician at Es panola, is visiting the capital. Sheriff Alexander Read of Rio Arriba county, is here on official business. T. B. Catron, Esq., and E. A. Fiske, Esq., returned from Las Vegas last night. J. M. Sandoval of Albuquerque, asses sor of Bernalillo county, is a visitor in the. capital. S. B. Davis, Esq., a Las Vegas attor ney, is a visitor in town from the Mea dow City. He is here on business. J. H. McCutchen, editor of the Albu querque Industrial Advertiser, is In town gathering news items for his pa per. Colonel J. W. Fleming, collector of Grant county, arrived from Silver City yesterday. He is here on official busi ness. C. L. Pollard of Espanola, of the firm of Biggs and Pollard, merchants in that town, is looking after business matters in the capital. , Mrs. George H. Cross and son arrived home last night from Golden, where they spent two weeks with Judge J. B. Mayo and family. . Hon. G. A. Richardson of Roswell, chairman of the territorial irrigation commission, is in Santa Fe attending a session of the commission, B. G. Wilson of Las Vegas, who has charge of the interests of the Contlnen lal Oil Company in New Mexico, was among yesterday's arrivals in town. Hon. Alejandro Sandoval of Corrales, after spending several days in town at tending to legislative matters, has re turned to his home in Bernalillo coun ty. D. E. Hanley and John G. Hanley of Boston, are in town visiting relatives. They may locate here. So is also Ber nard Hanley, owner of the Hanley block. Hon. E. A. Miera, chairman of the board of county commissioners of Ber nalillo county, who has been in the city for some days attending to legisla tive matters, has returned to his home at Cuba. . Br. G. C. Cruickshank of San Marcial, who. represented Socorro and Sierra counties in the 34th legislative assem bly ia in the capital looking after leg islative matters. He is interested in the medical bill now before the assem bly. - R. B, Thomas, manager of the Cerril los smelter, was in town last night and said the copper furnace would blow in March 1. The company has just bought the Ivarthoe and other mines at Han over,, including a concentrating plant, and will receive two cars or more daily of high grade copper ore from that camp for treatment at the Cerrillos smelter. : A WARM NUMBER. -Chile Con Came, Chile Verde, Hot Ta males, ... Enchiladas, Pasole, Temole, Frijoles, Menudo, and other warm pro positions, at the Bon-Ton. Oold in tha Black Hills. The Burlington Route has recently issued a 48 page booklet bearing the title "Mines and Mining in the Black Hills.',' The book is one which should bo read by every mining man In Colorado. - It gives more Information about the mines of the Black Hills than has ever before been placed between two covers. A copy will be mailed free on application to the undersigned. The Black Hills need Colorado men and money. Several of the shrewdest men in this state have already invested heavily in the Hills. The results so far have been more than satisfactory. The completion of the Burlington's new line to the Nortwest brings the Black Hills within a night's ride of Denver. Yon can leave Denver tonight and be in Dead wood or Lead City tomorrowafter noon. G. W. VALLKRY, Gen'l Agent, Burlington Route, Den ver, Colo. ' GRAND CANYON OF ARIZONA, Reduced rates now in effect from all golnts on the Santa Fe to the Grand anon of Arizona, from Santa Fe, 930.85 for the round trip, on sale dally and good for 30 days, Santa Fe trains now run directly to the rim of the Canon where comfortable accommodations are provided for passengers. Round trip rates to Phoenix and Prescott from San ta Fe 948.85, limited six months from date of sale, for particulars call on any agent of the Santa Fe. W. J. BLACK. G. F. A., Topeka, Kas. H. S. LUTZ. Agent. . . Santo Fe. N. M. Engraved VlBltlng cards with or with out plate furnished by the New Mexi can Printing Company. Old papers for sale at this office. Redemption Call. To the holders of Territorial Certifi cates of Indebtedness under the law: of 1899: The undersigned Treasurer of the Territory of New Mexico, hereby gives notice that 20 per cent of the amount of Certificates authorized by Chapter 69 of the Session Laws of the Legislative Assembly for the year 1899, entitled "An Act to provide for the payment of the deficiencies In the territorial appropria tions of the various fiscal years up to and. Including the 49th fiscal year," and the interest thereon, will be paid by him on the presentation and surrender of such certificates at his office in the City of Santa Fe, and that interest on such certificates will cease thirty days from the date of the first publication of this notice. The number and amount of such certificates so to be redeemed has been determined by lot, and are as follows : In series "A" in denomination of $1,000, the following numbered certifi cates, 23, 11, 16, 53, 2, 54, 22, 50, 47, 7, 41, all bearing date 1st day of March, A. D, 1899. In series "B" in denomination of $1,000, certificates numbered 49, 10, 48, 20, 44, 15, 43, 26, 21, 28. In the same ser ies in denominations of $500, certificates numbered 1, 13, 10, 8, In the same ser ies in denominations of $100, certificates numbered 14, 69, 20, 49, 27, 61, 56, 9, 48, 12, 15,28,62,26,11. ; All of such certificates in series "B" being dated the 1st day of March, A, D. 1899. ' . ' This notice being given in pursuance of Section 3, ef the said Act of the Leg islative Assembly. Dated , Santa Fe, New Mexico, Jan uary 29, 1903. J. H. VAUGHN, Treasurer of New Mexico. RANGES "Tried and True." Excel lent features, with reasonable prices to Introduce them. Fully guaranteed. DAVIB, the PLUMBER. "THEY SABE HOW." Business is business. Every fellow to his trade. Mixing drinks is our business and our artists "sabe" now to mix 'em. You can get what you call for here from a high-ball to a board off the roof. W. N. TOWNSEND, Prop, of The Arcade Club. BROUGHT FROM DENVER. New York Counts, Black Bass, Moun tain Trout, Spaniah-Mackerel, Bull heads, Frogs Legs, Pompano, and Sal mon. Call at the Bon-Ton Restaurant. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, All druggist refund the money If it falls to cure. E, W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. STENOGRAPHY R. A. W ATKINS, Stenographer; Of fice with H. N. Willcox, Catron Block. Stenography and Typewriting by piece work. Spanish Taught. Spanish taught by competent Spanish teacher. Fourteen years experience Terms reasonable-. Translations solicit ed. Address J. C. Martinez, care New Mexican, . Notary Public, Stenographer and Type writer. Translations From Spanish Into English and f oin English into Spanish carefully made. Office with U. S. Attorney for tho Court of Private Land Claims, Federal Build ing. Fbancisco delgado. ' Santa Fe, N. M, WANTED SEVERAL PERSONS OK CHAR. aoter and good reputation in each state (one in this county required) to represent und ad vertise old established wealthy businessliouse of solid liuancial standing. Salary $21.00 weekly with expenses additional, all payable in cash each Wednesday direot from head of fices. Horse and carriage furnished when necessary. Keierences. ftuoiose seir-aa dressed envelope. Colonial Co.,Caxton Bldg. Chicago. KILLED IN KANSAS. And now at the Bon-Ton where you can get them: Quail, Grouse, Prairie Chic. kens. Ducks, Snipe, Venison. Cill and be convinced. Notice for Publication. (Small Holding Claim No. 2178.) Department of the Interior . Land Office at Santa Fe. N. M.. Feb. 18. 1903. Noticejis hereby given that the following named claimant has mea notice or nis inten tion to make final nroof in silDDort of hit claim under sections 16 and 17 of the aot of March 3, mi (26 Stats.. 834), as amended by the aot of February 21, 1893 (27 Stats., 170), and that said proof will be made before Register U. 8. L. U. at Santa Fe, N. M , on March 30, 1803, is: Sw H nw H and lot 4, sec 3; se U ne H and lot l, see 4, tp is n, r e, n. si. r. a, lUiloHiin. He names the following witnesses to prove his actual continuous adverse possession of said tract for twenty years next preceding: the survey or the townsmp. viz : Jose Romero, of Agua Fria, N, H.i Sixto Garcia, of Santa Fe, N. M. : Felipe Pino, of agua jrria, n. ju.; aooeri a. tvinison, or Ban taFe. N.M. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of said proof or who knows of any substantial reason under the laws and regulations of the Interior Department why such proof should not . be allowed will be given an opportunity atthe above-memioned time and place to orofs-exainlne the witnesses of said claimant, and to offer evideuce in rebuttal oi tint suDmitteo uy claimant. Manuel R. Otebo, Register. THE SIP FE South Side of Plaza We handle nothing but what Is first-class in the Liquor Lino. CALIFORNIA AND IMPORTED WINES SATISFACTION GUARANTEED We deliver any goods bought of us to any part of the city and Special Attention is given to Family and Mail Orders, i'ou will find our service first-class. SMMRSTOHE Snokin Will find Cigars and To-, bacco to Suit Their Taste at This Establishment EAST SIDE Of MM - SANTA FE, I. M. W, T. CUTER, Prapriitar. Ireland's Headquarter's For Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars. THE OLDEST DRUG HOUSE IN SANTA FE. All Kinds of Designs in. Filigree Fob Chains, Filigree Neck Chains, Filigree Souvenir Spoons ,. Filigree Brooch Pins. Filigree Bracelets, Filigree Card Cases, Etc., Etc., Etc. How About Cigars? We have the leading brands such as: CHILDS, F0NTELLA, OWL, J. F. P0RTUANDO, SIGHT DRAFT AND OTHERS IN 5 CENT GOODS. THE TQM MOORE, GEN. ARTHUR, PREFERENCIA, EL SIDELLO, OLD STATESMAN, CHANCELLOR, AND OTHERS IN 10 CENT GOODS. SANCHEZ y HAYA'S ifEY WEST GOODS, PORTO RiCO CIGARS, MANILLA AND OTHERS TOO NUM EROUS TO MENTION xxxxxxxxxxxxxx If You Wan, a PERFECT SJHOKE, Not TOO DRY nor TOO MOIST Try Our Cigars. CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO FISCIER DRUG COPjPAJW 230 San Francisco Street. BAYLE'S 2 Ping-Pong Pickles Yum-Yum Pickles Lunch Herring English Mustard Hot Stuff Bayle's After-Dinner and Deviled Cheese, Royal Luncheon and MacLaren's Imperial Cheese, Edam, Imported Swiss, Roguefort, Limburger, American Cream, and Vaterland. Full Cream Brick Cheese, Salted Peanuts. If. S. iAUJVE & CO., Grocers. LEO MM WHOLESALE ' and RETAIL SEALER IM SALT Only Exclusive Grain House in Cltv BOWLING ALLEY NEWS f Santa Fe, N. M., Feb. 14, 1903. -The highest score for the week was 203, made by D. A. Day. Will give two weeks' free rolling to anyone beating it. There will be a match game captained by Judge Henry Pacheco and , Tuesday evening, at 8 ,: o'clock, with five on a side. They will chal lenge any five in Santa Fe, 2 out of 3, for a purse of $5. Ladles, do not forget that Thursday evening. February 19, is free to all la dies. No gentlemen admitted without C. W. DILTS, BASKETS BLANKETS POTTERY ABE GOLD'S OLD CURIOSITY SHOP OOLD. Mexican Drawn Work a Specialty, I SAN FRANCISCO ST., CORNER BURRO ALLEY. Pharmacy A Full Line of DIAMONDS, WATCHES, SILVERWARE. CLOCKS, JEWELRY. ETC., ETC . Vlaruifacturer of IWex ican Filigree Jewelry. South Side Plaza - Santa Fe SMOKED . Finan Haddie White Fish Salmon Halibut Herring 0 0 0 FLOUff, HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES, and SEEDS. lady partner. Miss Burma Dllts will be there,to Instruct and assist in play ing. She Is second champion of Colo rado, and champion of her age with a score of 186 and 180, making an average of 183. Ladies are cordially Invited. The best of order. , Did you ever try bowling? There is no more healthful and pleasing exer cise. The old and young, male and fe male, enjoy it. Try it once and you will again. " . Proprietor. ESTABLISHED 1859 ABE GOLD, Proprietor. WkolMiMiil Retail Bulir la INDIAN AND MEXICAN CURIOS .