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SANTA T v SANTA FE. N. M.. MONDAY, MARCH 2,19037 NO. 10 i . " 1 i i . . THIRTY-FIFTH LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY TWENTY-NINTH DAY, MONDAY, JMARCH 2, 1903. rnTT-pi roTINCIL 1 ceives .10 of a mill and $7,800 loan to be 'at.'a Awnnnn Session. mid from sale of lands. Institute for The finance committee reported the the blind at Alamogordo, .10 of a mill appropriation bill and It was made the and $7,000 loan to be paid from the sale aneclal order for Monday at 10 o'clock, of "lands; and the Reform School, .10 of The bill to define the qualifications of Jurors, Council Bill No. 70, was report ed by the judiciary committee with two. reports. The minority report, by Mr. Hawkins, recommended passage. The majority report recommended that the bill be tabled indefinitely. Mr. Pall made a plea for the passage of the bill and the amendment of the jury law. He charged that the present law is a crea tion of- the politicians. Mrr Spless de fended the bill. Mr. Hawkins made an . argument against the present system and urged the passage of the bill. Mr. Duncan favored the present system and was opposed to adopting the wheel. Mr. Fall again spoke in opposition to the present system and cited the case, of an Innocent man who was convicted and died in Jail. Mr. Hawkins again spoke. President Chaves called Mr. Pall to the chair and spoke against the present system. He cited the action of the government in important cases in sending officers here to watch Juries. He said every time that juries are se lected, he is solicited to get people on Juries. The minority report was rejec ted by 6 to 5 votes. The majority re- a mill ana a loan oi iu ue ym from sale of lands. A levy of one mill Is made for chari table institutions divided as follows: St. Vincent Hospital at Santa Fe, .12 of a mill; Grant County Hospital at Silver City .06 of a mill; Ladles' Hospital at Darning .06 of a mill; Eddy County Hos pital at Carlsbad .06 of a mill; Orphans' School at Santa Fe .18 of a mill; Relief Society of Las Vegas .08 of a mill; St. Joseph's Sanitarium at Albuquerque .08 of a mill. For territorial purposes a levy of 6 mills is ordered. Section 6 provides that all surplus funds shall go to the credit of the same fund for the succeed ing year. Section 7 provides that the 55th fiscal year shall end November 30, 1903, and thereafter the fiscal year shall end on the same day of the same month of each year. The penitentiary current expense fund as agreed upon Is as follows; Sal ary of superintendent $2,000; assistant superintendent $1,200; physician $600; chaplain $200; yard master $600; day cell house keeper, $480; night cell house keener J480: clerk and store house BIG FLOODS 111 AM Fl Fl'l llll, ....llll LUkWIIWll Pennsylvania mio omrim Severe Cold Weather However Has Checked the Bine in Susque- RfinilhHPans' of Delaware COURT OF PRIVATE LAND CLAIMS hannah, the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers, MILLS ALONG THE RIVERS AT May Get Together This Afternoon. PITTS8UR6 HAD TO CLOSE OOWI ADDIGKS AND DICK THERE Term of Existenoe Has Been Ex tended Another Year by the Sundry Civil Appropriation . Bill Passed by Congress. . THE APPROPRIATION FOR THAT PURPOSE AMOUNTS TO $13,500 Pittsburg, Pa., March 2. The are again almost within their and as the water is falling rapidly here and at headwaters, the worst of the flood may be considered as over. At 10 o'clock this morning the Allegheny wa ter mark shows 25 feet and receding at the rate of a half foot an hour. Only a half dozen times in a century has the record of yesterday been beaten, but notwithstanding this and the fact that the rise came within a few hours the damage has not been as great as In many previous floods, when the water did not reach as high a stage. Indi rectly the loss is heavy as all the mills and factories fronting the two rivers have been compelled to close down on account of the water getting into the ml ' ' - .1 I nnuM.tatlnn illt rivers I i.ue ouuury vivii ftpyiupunwwu banks Democrats Agree tO VOte IOrUne passed by Congress extends the Hie oi Senator Which Means That the State Will BeRep-redonted. Dover, Dela., March 2. In anticipa tion of the election of a United States senator, the crowd at Dover today broke all records. Colonel Dick, secre tary of the Republican national com mittee, reached here at 10:30 and went Into the Republican caucus In progress at the Hotel Richardson. J. Edward Addlcks arrived ahead of Mr. Dick and after a conference with his state cen tral committee, appeared at the state fire pit and probably 40,000 men will be house accompanied by State Chairman thrown out of employment for several Allee, who is regarded as tils candidate days. This will mean a heavy loss In wages. The flood was general through out all western Pennsylvania, the streams everywhere overflowing their banks and causing more or less damage to houses and farms that lay In their the court until June 30, 1904. The fol lowing appropriations, were made for that purpose: For chief justice and tour associate justices, ai 85,000 each; clerk, 03,000; stenographer, 81,500; at torney, 03,500; Interpreter and trans lator, 81,500; In all, $33,000. For deputy clerks, as authorized by law, so much therefor as may be necessary. For survoy of private land claims In the States of Colorado, Nevada, Wyom ing, and Utah, and In the Territories of Arizona and New Mexico, confirmed un der the provisions of the Act of Congress entitled "An Act to establish a Court of Private Land Claims, and to provide for tho settlement of private land claims in certain States a:.d Territories," ap proved March 3, 1891, and for the re course, DROWNED IN A FINDLAY STREET mund r. Hearne, composing the state Toledo, O., March 2. Although the advisory committee, joined the Demo danger of a serious flood in Toledo cratlo caucus at 11 o'clock. They took passed today when the Ice moved outlwtn them a paper agreeing to elect of the Maumee river, tt is not -true of two regular Republicans In order to other towns In this section of Ohio. A j,eat the Addlcks proeram. Meanwhile 1 . nantntn nf ( hft dflV cruard snecial from northwestern Ohio towns the ten regular Republicans were K.CCJJCI e?WU, --1'"' " I , I w " ..on. m,nwici 5ftnn- fmir nfeht siiow the situation Is serious at FInl-in eaueua at the Richardson hotel. nM annasti In Via ovonr nf fln plfP.tian. t.. Artflirk nt into the Union survey of such private land claims here .... i.,i ti f rw tofore confirmed as may be deemed KHIIUUIIUUII I IL til Lin u. IIDlLaviuu v. J ' , Moore, Its chairman. Democratic State Chairman Willard Saulsbury, accom panied by former Senator Kenney, Pe ter J. Ford, Dr. W. F. Moey and Ed- uecessary, $10,000, sm'cl sum to be also available for ofiico work on such surveys and for the examination of tlfb surveys in tho field, OFFICIAL MATTERS HOMESTEAD PATENTS RECEIVED. Thlrtt Homestead patents have been received in the land office. NOTARY APPOINTED. Charles M. Marshall of Chama has port was aaopteu uy i . - - - it ,.T, mim mqoiii. ItnM v.,,.. n.n s . . . . -r-r l I I 1, 1 A An matl'nn X tit II inr T llr IKI1M.V. XJIIIIOii J. 1111J1 - J mrm I I npir 11 IHL UU.I1UL ICDUUCUi -"' i. . ... - t- . Messrs, Albright, au, iawu. .u...,. -"- i" u ,win towns. At . . , o,n,,a rpfed been appointed a notary pupuc ior mo . . .n4-1nr Ha rxf Fa MnQ A Tmiin IT1 IllM Vl-M 1 LI I IK LI1C I OaUUUOIVJ tV vto" a " - I HIIID Urn J. UC lCUIWVl v vwuv. 1 A U.IU. 3A..AnnHf Itnrsi Hughes and President jnave v..s vi . - , in 7 . ... .4. arau U"'J UJ "",ul against it. Mr. Spless moved to tame escape oi pr,. -- . . . . tha l - - ' " Z " ,,, ,. MAKS HLISU. the bill, but Mr. Fall moved to adjourn co, coming oeao n JI " n,mBh and met ... Z 3. .Z " th, .n- . Eastern, Railway of He. Mexico 5. Mr. $30,000 of wnicn 3uo musi ue kikiubu buci - inuumf iu I has tiled with Secretary Kay noias, maps 4. C1DUM W EXTRA SESSION OF THE SENATE President Roosevelt Has Issued His Proclama tion Convening That Body on Thursday, the Fifth Day of March, at 12 O'Clock, Noon. New Rules Devised in the House to Prevent Filibustering. AIR. RICHARDSON, MINORITY LEADER, MADE THE POINT OF NO QUORUM i xl- Inaf A trt DUi me iiiunuii - ---- . ... . .... a I t ft nf wfl.tr. Spiess renewed his motion but Mr. Fall on the permanent horary " lVhomas. a lay. wealthy farmers, attempted . . -ml a -r-r im.nmna aldA nf ll'lM fl i . -. nnn .1 ,1 , .....i ,h. inaiirnnre or I mm n ill 1 1 1 1 1 1 v iiiviua., w - ,.ori in inv his motion on ine lame. Il, suau uc u v.. . , sniH nld that this could not be the penitentiary buildings, ' . ,f PmMpnt fThaves ruled The pay of territorial officers Lt him. Mr. Sniess appealed from agreed upon is: Superintendent of pub the decision. The vote was 4 ayes and 11c instruction, salary and traveling ex. 6 nays and the chair was sustained as penses 2,600; clerk to the superintend two-thirds vote is necessary suring an election today. Representa- of the ocation of the ninth and tenth tlvea Tvre and Price, Republicans, who sections of Its line Id Guadalupe county I"' - .1 . i 10 have been friendly to Addlcks, left the The maps cover lorty miles oi line. i,. v. , , in ha man. I j .nt I Also a maD or tho location oi ine States land office. INCORPORATIONS. . t .1 .'. lL. T71 T..I1...,. t u - A t flv fset of - .u- yt. n.HiMn secuon oi me uasveru u ine im meeuiis ui w "-- New Mexico has been Hied In the United water and the men ana norses "e" I where they were greeted witn muun drowned. At Fremont, David Dlvley enthusiasm. The Union Republican ent of public instruction ?l,zoo; salary was driving aions " - - caucus namea j. r rann. uCT Socorro Cemetery Association was of district attorneys $3,800; salary of an attempt to pass a low spot wa candlaate for United States senator I incorporated by James P. Chase, James solicitor general $2,000; salary of terri- swept away by the current of the wa- ftnd agreea with'the regular Republican j LeeBOn) Thomas Jaques, James G. tnri.,1 auditor and clerk 13,000; salary of ter and drowned, ah me ""conferees to vi tne same as on n- ic lien, a. n. jkiwd, nun j b. wuguoi., ..-H..,.,!,., nnn rlerk SS.OOOl 1 higher than they have been for 20 years. Aay and then take a recess until J .lames A. smiley, josepn iu lerniui im . v. ' ' l . . . . m I " ... " : ,... , mnnflfirt aiQrv nf territorial 'librarian $600; sal- COLD WEATHER CALLS A ball 0.clock when two senators will be eiec enacung umu0 - - nr,,i,..i,.m T Mnrph 2. The dan- k. mu. y nnnnlmous u. irinvpfl are n( spurs arj ana C em ot Dureou v, ,rnOT..y, veu, illo ucuuwctu- salary and expense ger from nooa enueu iuuj - for one regular Kepumican uuv Washington, March 2. The president , today signed a proclamation calling an extraordinary session of the senate of the 68th congress to meet March B, as follows: "By the president of the United States of America, a proclamation Whereas, public Interest requires that the senate should convene in extraor dinary session, therefore, I, Theo3ore Roosevelt, president, of the United States of America, do hereby proclaim and declare that an extraordinary oc casion requires the senate of the Unit ed States to convene at the capitol In the city of Washington on the 6th day of March next at 12 o'clock noon, of which all persons who shall at that time be entitled to act as members of that body are hereby required to take notice. "Given under my hand and the seal of the United States at Washington, the 2d day of March in the year of Our Lord, 1903, and of the Independence of the United States 1?7. Signed: Theodore Roosevelt. By the president, John Hay, Secretary of State." THE HOUSE. Washington, March z. wnen house reconvened today at 11 o clock, the pending question was on the adop tion of the conference report on the Alaskan homestead bill. Mr. Richard- the minority leader, in pursuance of to over ride the chair's decision. The motion was lost by 6 to 5 votes. Mr. Fall mov ed to adjourn, but the motion was lost by e'tii'V Mr. SpiesB moved to strike out the . ntln tne previous o. .,i nn exnense ear from flood ended today When tne nnB r.ulaP Remiblican but were Z Mr fJi moved to oTZZZnW salary' of river after reaching 21 feet 6 Inches, be- L;pele8Bldlvlaed as to supporting two, 1 f INI J V U 1AJ V I . Smith, Samuel Lack, Frank O. Bartlett, John Greenwald, August Winkler, John W. Terrv, William E. Kelly and Cony T. Brown. The object Is to establish a cemetery at Socorr-j. The term of age $750; salary of clerk or me supreme court $1,200; salary of the private sec retary to the governor $1,200. take a recess of 30 minutes but the mo tlon was lost by 6 to 5 votes. Mr. Fall moved to go into executive session. Mr. Fall's motion to go into execu tive session was lost by 6 to 5.- He then moved to adjourn which was lost by the same vote. Mr. Spless served no tice that he would hold the Council in session until midnight If necessary. Mr. OnUan than demanded the previous ...i- u mu wns killed by 6 to ritorv $200 is allowed and ? ?1 fliin .. adlourned until 10 amount for printing dockets and cat O. Xll5 W"" - I , . tj, nnafflffe n jo., mnmlncr. . I endars oi supremo u - express and incidental expeuocn w I ..x .TAt la n 1 lnwrl And for rrTir COUNCIL. auditors umue,. um, . . THEl-UUuii, mmllnnH and adlutant general $1,000; salary and ex- gan falling. This was due to the cold Mr Addlcks appeared In the assembly existence Is 50 years, p i...ia ' ' nf n strict courts weatner wmuu a emeu v.. i haii at iz o ciock anu m uetie , . n . . I .7 rnn- 00iriea nf clerks and deputies of The losses so far have been confined to reeted Wm cordially. ,,1,.,', 1lrt, ifi. oou: salary and mile- a few washouts and the flooding of wo REPUBLICAN SENATORS. e trHtnrlnl hoard of equalization some mines. Dover, March 2. ine ueiaware ieB- v - - - , I ... .... lature, this afternoon enaea tne aeau- AMERICAN IS MIXED UP. LAND GRANT PATENTS RECEIVED. Tho following patents have 'been re ceived In the Surveyor General's office: The Santo Domingo de Cundlyo grant, situated in Santa l'e county, containing 2.137 acros. The claimants are the lock by electing State Senator J. Frank era ana eeai representatives and Allee, a Union Republican, to the long assigns of Jose Isldro de Medina, Ma; FoTprmting briefs and expenses " in Dr. (VBri.. U Order.,, to U.v. tt. KlDidoia tnatorshlp which exes ,n 1907 - ft ises brought and defended by the ter- of Saxony at Once. and Congressman Louis Heisler Ball, a b de grant situated In the same r...Hn Mnrr-h a L. A. O'Brien, an regular Republican, to the Bhort term I Bernalllto count y.contatnin g3,000acres, ' . . I .....I... .Hj in ioae Allan rnnurat- I .i. ,.ti M iQi ,flnMDanf in,..in HAntlat. has been ordered to - r " vuoK.aiu.outo ... ,.6. o'clock' . . . I. .i.a.j v... uiH AAllanmiAa nnil Inv the as- I t.lvAB fl.nd hAlra l0a0 Mm Vlnirdnm on account Of his " "T.. ..""a ,Ji. with tlui former ibly generally. Congressman a. is LAND OFFICE BUSINESS, "PF""-" ,, In Washington. The result Is regarded Totai number of homestead entries (Morning Session., , ' v, tourer J1.000 Is al- Dresden Wednesday, ana w. . - to bear upon the regular nf BOrM entared 3.993. Fees. $260. com, The Council was ca.ieu - ,,nnn for h" wne ana lour CuimrB.. iu. u...v- anllh1lna from Washington who un- I .. .. . ..... ,l Prawr WaS lowed. UUWr uiuiui " r I ,, .... ait. a..n iHtvarnmant I . ... I ......"l T-v. 10:20 0-ciock tn miscellaneous fund are: For terri- on xnunu.y. " ""7. , ubtedlir had much to do witn preven- Thg total number of flna, home8tead offered ny tne rve. t !,.. of books nas nouneu i uvu n'" tln the acceptance of the Democratic .... ronnrH.n ln the land ofnce for reading or tne jour.m. " ta. frht. express and Mr. O'Brien s expulsion, mmum ... with. A message irom ine - i 1 Jt . MinI I'nllTlPl I announced tnat ne . ------ - Mexico Historical Society $500 substitute tor wuuu r . h BnrlPtv i5O0: orln- Th.Vool Market. anu uLiie ymi.iu.ii. i Louis. Mo., marcu here as an Addlcks' victory. Pressure for the month ot February, 29. Number tendlnir the terms of mayors amended Council Bill No. 6, providing for the burial of deceased in. .ilirent soldiers: Council Joint Resolu tlon No. 7 for publicity of proceedings; r-nnnnll Joint Resolution No. 11, to cor- rnt errors In engrossed bills; Council Bill No. 60, fixing fees of district attor neys; amended Council Bill No. 46, pro- viding for the levying oi a tax mi wa ter and light purposes by municipal! 2. Wool, WEAVERS AND SMELTER MEN STRIKE. 18; One, 13 16; coarse, 13 15. tinff. oostaee and other Incidental ex- gti d.,...., nt immio-ratlon $2,000: Iniitnt. unchanged r nos age and incidental ' Territory and western medium, 10 expenses of the superintendent oi puu n i,tr,,finn. J500: printing tax books, ,on,iio. etc.. $1,200: printing pou honks for the election of 1904, etc, i onn. nor diem of sheriffs conveying nrianners to Denltentlary $5,000; Atchison. 645i: Atchison pfd., 99i Vow Vnrk Central. 145: Pennsylvania, U7X; Southern Pacinc, oi; uniun yiwuiiB a- - . I HAf.inn. : UO. UIU., printing laws and journals of 35tn leg- state9 3gy. Q0 pfQ 87, for giv- lslatlve assembly in Spanish $1,500; for ,1 mil Tn R X'JZLXL rT" Council translating laws and Journah, of 35th Vrr.ri-.nH-i No. S. relating to the legislative assembly .uw. offer to Join with the regulars to elecM FebrUary, 12; number of acres, 1,914; one regular and leave a vacancy. commissions received, $71.75. Homestead Entries: Atllana N. de Martinez of Ocate, 160 acres In Mora county; Manuel S. Rael of Gulllon, 147 acres ln San Miguel county, Final Homestead Entries: Trinidad Tihato of Sanchez. 159 acres in San Block Markets. vew Bedford, Mass., March 8. A I Miguel county; Manuel Oarcla of San New York, Mar. 2. Closing stocks litv0 0j the weavers at the Bristol Mill chez, 160 acres in San Miguel county; was inaugurated today and although the gimon T. Garcia of Sanchez, 162 acres .... ator ton with tho other mi-lln San Miaruel county; uipriano var luvuia rj.v I . chinery, not more than 50 weavers were verde of Sanchez, 160 acres In San Ml at work. No demonstration attended guei county, th Bturtlnir .'of the strike. About 250 Cettea Mill Operatives Complain of Poor Yarn' Poor Fllllnt, Poor Fixing and Changes in Style. Naur Rnrifnrd. Mass.. March 3. A hnnrtd Indebtedness of Taos county m nnnnrii 11111 No. 4, creating M.111C.UV.VA .ft -DnnaAirelt p.nunt V !' HOUSO Bill NO. 49, nrpatlna Quay county; House Bill No, for capitol custodian committee fund the following amounts were agreed upon HARRBT REPORT. MONEY AND METAL. for em- N York. Mar. 2. Money on Dloves $3,440; light $170; coal $900; main- 8teady at 3 per cent. tenance and repairs &u creating wuay wjuuw, I .m. immofllBto neccs- Now York. March 2. Lead, allied ueijre ins enu ui iue uo.o m M .!nitmr IBM for the relief of $1,590; water $900 for immediate neces New York, ' JL..1L ,,,, the atrlke 0f mill and smelter ruary 28, $374,388. sary repairs and' Improvements on u i--- ' " " t Cnlor.do Citv. President Moyer The retort of Territorial Treasurer a. k. Haca. . -t i i u ti . . -- . . . , , ' of Western Federation miners nuia v h f the period shows . . . . . i n A ,h. - REPORTS FILED. The report of Territorial Auditor Sar geant for the quarter ending February 28, 1903, shows: Balance on hand De cember 1, 1902, $243,195; receipts during - t. mnnrr tsttnl . tl fin 7 AS rmvori are out. The employes comp lain of poor yarn, poor filling, poor fix ing, high speeded looms and changes ln style. ' MILL AND SMELTER MEN STRIKE, A T Raca. President Chaves called the general appropriation bill as the special order k...tnaaa anH iinon motion or mr, Jaramlllo, the Council went Into com mlttee of the whole. For payment of Interest on the bond ed Indebtedness $62,000 was agreed up- nn. a reduction of $2,000. For the support of the territorial in stltutlons a general levy of 4.45 mills is ordered. hiiilrilnsr 14.000. .,nt. onvni noon are: ior Htir. renorts and contingent expen. .o in .onretarv's office $600; for A. B. Baca as per act passed $500; ror t. HiBBlns. sheriff of Chaves county, to reimburse him for extradition expenses ln case of Frank Vaughn, $69; same ior n. in extradition of Nathaniel Hendricks $327: same for other expens es in same caBe $500; contingent expens- JMear. .. ' - . .-..,.... L- h, nfnn of superintendent of public The College w r. - " " n. elt,zen9 of " . . .a Mill artA a I tnatmintlnn SBOO! reliei Ot nkanln AM9 reCeiVeB W U a, ...... 1 ... . ... - I . M nt l25 ooo to be paid from the sale Grant county $2,600 ; relief oi cite.i xeias cows, 3. 50 S3. 1 0; natl ve cows GRAIN. Wh ma"e'.D"re..t8JmJe Balance December 1, 1903, $248,449; re 77H 77X; July. 73 73K. taken lr members of twelve different celpts $237,573; total to be accounted ior i . . . . t... i .in. .... . 4i. mi, ,na nimriHr. unions in that camp aunng tne cumiug pa.jriuc.ivo . week on the proposition, wneiner tney $126,189; balance Marcn i, so3,mo. will or will not strike in aia oi tne wo- mining CLAIMS. raao Ultv mm men. iumiiuih. .v.kriiv has ... m.n hv President Charles Mover, Daisy B. Ashton, New Yotk City, has hi. mnrnlnir as he steDDed from the made application to purchase the fol train from Victor on the way to Colo iowln claims: The Little Eunice, Oro ...Ia ni,. wh.v. hn will apaln assume I . , . x. . pivwin lode. -,.. m. n -....I. --- .. lino loae, uure no. - Kansas ii vt, omj. mn,u . .jwd, .t, muinniant in the att&irs oi ine . .. , . j, , i,t. .trnnff to 10c higher. - all ln the Bromide min.nB uw. u. -. . " - - sinners, Mailve steors, ta.io va.ou, in- as ana inaiao sieere, va.uu is i u, , r.CT FRFIGUT MIRFriFIl Corn, March, iSHi May, 45 453. Oats, Marcn, may, POBK, LARD, BIBS. Pork, May, 118.20; July, 917.65. Lard, March, 19.70; May, 19.75. Bibs, May, 9.87; July. I9.67H STOCK. . nt lands. ; ' The University of New Mexico re .ivm .55 of a mill and an approprla tl.n nf 1R.fl00. The School of Mines receives .35 of a mill end a loan of $6,000. mt,. sii.r city Normal School re Rfl nf a mill, the Normal Unlver lty at Las Vegas .60 of a mill and the Military Institute .85 ot a mm loan of t&,WX). Th. Tnune Asylum at Las Vegas re " . n ra mllta and a loan of $25,000, was adopted wnicn Sliver City $5,000; for defraying expens- fcnd heferg 81.5o 14.40; stackers and es of Btatehood committee to Washing- eeder9i3 40 a J4.50ibullsW.5O3.65; Two Mea Wcre KHe4 Mi One Was Falally ton $3 682.25. calves, oa.uu vs , IUU iWMLW , - s . ... I Or nrt. u,a,t.,n inula fUl A mv. than rose and tne isa.uu m Council took a recess until 2 o'clock ln 3'1')- n stron the afternoon. Muttons 13.50 15.90; lambs, 83.80 a 4.60: range wethers 13.00 (cf 15.00; THE COUNCIL. ewetS3.25 15.45 (Afternoon Session.) Chicago, March. mL. n ..... ntl.4 nnlar at I ite&dV. iuo urauui v...- I - ,. a. o A l. Rio Arriba county. LAND CONTEST, Samuel Friedman of Raton, has filed a contest on homestead entry No. 6344, made by Eugene J. Smith, May 10, 1901, for the NB. 1-4 of Section 34, Township n North. Ranee 24 East. He charge Injured, Washington, Indiana, March Train wreckers, In an attempt to ditch that Smith left New Mexico about June train No. 13, one of the fast express 0f 1901, and went to South Dakota, ana trains, on the Baltimore and Ohio that he never established a residence 2. Cattle, market Southwestern Railroad, wrecked the Ion this tract and has' abandoned t fast freight No. -98, resulting in the Hearing has been set for April is a 2:25 o'clock. It went Into committee of oo J",F 2 tTSL iVZlZ death of the fireman, Joseph Hughey, Raton, before the probate clerk or coi the whole Immediately to continue the ,Mllerl S3 50 3 $4.75. cows 1.40 O of this city, and Harvey Friend, of Odin, fax county. consideration or tne general pprju.- go. hellers, .oo iff i.ys; eannsrs, tii... wj,0 wm learning the stations on , ,.,- eonlaa ot v... r l, in i (! hil l. 12 On A 4 SSi . . . . 1 ' ' uuu mu. .7 the road so as to worn as a nreman; ana Anamendment was aoopwu As the New Mexican goes to press, --f . . . te,kaina W. h, Lu. provides that hereafter it shall De wi tne council to still considering this ap- gtron . eMt ot this city, near Lebanon, Ills., H,,tv nf the officers to receive all Indl- nrnnri,tior. bill. o.-j .' .hni;. ..th.,- iiiviaiiui. last nlsht. Engineer Wedling escaped nnt insane from all part of the terri- - f , to h , mlled $4.00 4.75, by Jumping. The wreck ;was caused by . . . ... . I roiMTEn-Rv th. New Mexican Prln- lm". . .... V . ...' I tkmanv nf a, switch, which no onT- HZ. wn.nital at Raton re. 1 oi the Session. iws or urn in wnguso. i J4.75 I passenger train arrived. the New Mexican are sent out dally to enaulries and applicants concerning Santa. Fe. This la the very best Sana of advertisement and Is bearln good fmit. aa the lam number ot tourist n the city mum- antly enow. a filibustering program, attempted to make the point a quorum must be as certained to be present before business could be transacted, but the speaker declined to entertain the point, and upon demand of Mr. Payne, the ma jority leader, a roll call was ordered on the pending question. The report was agreed to by 207 to 3. I.Ir. Grosvenor then presented the special rule to put the immigration bill Into conference by a direct vote and to cut off the previous queRtion on the conference reports. NEW RULE DEVISED. Washington, March 2. The Republi can managers in the house have devis ed another rule to still further reduce the minority's power to filibuster and this morning it was ordered favorably reported by the committee on rules. It adopts the methods of sending to con ference general bills with senate amendments, which has been pursued with reference to the appropriation bills, thus cutting off several roll calls and by further provisions, cuts out the demand for the previous question on a conference report. THE SENATE. Washington, March 2. Immediately upon convening today the senate, on motion of Mr. Hale, took up the gener al deficiency bill. PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTMNT. Washington, March 2. The president today sent to the senate the nomination of John F. Viran to be surveyor general of Colorado. LEGISLATIVE POINTERS. The House will resume its sessions to morrow morning at 10 o'clock. Governor Otero has signed the bills creating Quay and Roosevelt 'counties. Hon. Saturnino Pinard is confined to his bed by illness, and was unable to attend to his duties In the Council today. The time of the Council will proba bly be occupied for some time with consideration of the general appropria tion bill. The session of the Council Saturday afternoon was the liveliest one the body has yet held. It ranged from comedy to almost tragedy. r tt tnrn9. the townslte man of Santa Rosa, Is here with other citizens of that place to try to have the county seat of Guadalupe county moved from Puerto de Luna to Santa Rosa. nn tain Donaciano Montoya of Taos, nf th translators in the Council, Saturday celebrated his 62d birthday. He was born In El Rlto, and when on ly 20 years of age, was appointed a lieu tenant in Kit Carson's First New mex tco Cavalry. He has a splendid war Mcnrd. and as an Indian fighter, and has held many honorable positions of trust since the war. Candidates for the office of district attorney of the 2d judicial district are d,i the Increase. It Is understood that tv, nrenent very efficient IncumDent Frank W. Clancy, is a candidate for re appointment. Colonel E. W. Dobson, Thomas N. Wilkinson and John H, Stlngle, all Albuquerque attorneys, are also said to be in the race. There is no Intimation from the executive office as to when action will be taken. The members of the Council had much fun with the bill relating to the distribution of water, on Saturday. Ac cording to the wording of the bill, only the original settlers had any right to the water. It was the concensus of opinion of the members that if It could be proven the original settlers are now where they need water, the bill should be passed, but otherwise, not. In the absence of definite information, the bill was killed. The Judiciary committee of the House of Which Major Llewellyn Is chairman, Is proving to be a very able body, a large number of bills have been passed upon by this committee, some of them recommended for passage, others amen ded, while others have been recommend ed that they do not pass. The House has almost uniformally adopted the recommendations of the committee. Under a plan inaugurated by the chair man, many of the bills coming to this committee are distributed to different members for investigation and report aa a sub-committee back to the whole committee. .This has been found to be very satisfactory and to expedite and facilitate work. From now on to tne end of the- session -the eumrnlttee will have more frequent meetings than have heretofore been held. Mr. David Martinez as well as Mr. Eduardo Martinez, R. L. Baca and Mr. Mclvers who are on the committee, while they are attorneys at law, have proven themselves to be valuable mem bers. Judge Pendleton of San Juan, Is the Nestor of the members of the Judi ciary committee, and his services have been of the greatest value ln searching out legal propositions and reporting same back to the committee. There is now pending before the com mittee the Sunday closing bill as pass ed by the Council and the local optlo bill Introduced by Mr. Montoya, the speaker of the House, both of these measures are being carefully consider ed, and Chairman Llewellyn Is giving the Council measure very careful con sideration. From present indications the Council measure may be amended and a more Btrenuous and Christian ob servance of the Sunday law be required than that provided for in the Council bill. It is thought by a number of the members that the Sunday ODservanuo law should apply to all classes of busi ness and be strictly enforced. TERRIFIC STORM IN ENGLISH CHANNEL Much Damage Caused all Along the Sea Fronts Large Bark With Crew o Twenty Men Supposed to be Lost. London, March 2. Terrific seas are running in the English Channel. TIM waves are sweeping the sea fronts ol all the coast towns, and are dolne much damage to the piers anl adjacent roads. Several fatalities have resulted from the collapse of various structures. The Dover-Calais mail boat passed Cal ais with two hundred passengers aboard, and it is reported from Dover to be drifting helplessly before the gale. A large bark, believed to belong to Hamburg, has foundered oft Lands End. Her crew, numbering about twenty men, are supposed to have been drowned. ARRAIGNED FOR MURDER. Hamilton, Ohio, March 2. Alfred Knapp was arraigned today In the po lice court for the murder of Hannah Goddard, and pleaded not guilty. CAUSE FOR REJOICING. For the First Time la Fifty Years Saa Salvador Has a Peacelul Change of Administration. Panama, March 2. A dispatch from dan Salvador, received here today, Bays General Begalco yesterday'handed over . the presidency to General Pedro Joso Escalon, who was declared elected Feb ruary 19th. This was the first peaceful transfer of the presidency In fifty years, and has caused great rejoicing through out Salvador. , HEAD-ON COLLISION. Twenty er More Passengers Were Slightly Injured. Fort Scott, Kansas, March 2. The easi-bound Missouri Pacific passenger train which left Wichita yesterday aft ernoon tor St. Louis, collided head -en with a freight train on a trestle tour miles west of here. Twenty or more ot the passengers sustained cuts auJ bruises, but none were dangerously hurt. The engineer and fireman jump ed. -They were? badly but not fatally hurt.- .