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Bu NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO. TKUMm: Dilv per yuar. . . .tlO.iX) Weekly per year. . .$.".( 8fx mouths b.00 rtix months Three months . . . S.uo Three mouths . . l.Oo Oue mouth 1.00 Dully ilellvcred by carrier 26 vents per week. Kates 'or 8tanUiHKaUvertiseh..'j'niKuekuown application. An commuuicatlons intended for publication must be accompanied by the writer's name and address uot tor publicHt ion but as an evidence of Kood faith, and should be addressed to the editor. Letters pentjuiug to business should be addressed to New Mexican rrinuiiK Co. Sunta Kc, New Mexico e'eeT-Kutereil as riucoud Class matter at the ejanta Ye Post (tllice. -IheNKw Mkxuan is the oldest news paper iu New Mexico. It is sent to every Post Office lu e Territory ami has a larsc anil grow la circulation p.monif the intelligent and pro ffresBlva people of the south west. FRIDAY. JANUARY 24. Strawberriks and violets inNtw York. Here ia your "swt-etiifss and liglit." " There were 5,1)00 bills iritioduoed into congress before the holidays. Bilious ness is often mistaken for piety. The capitol must be the saints' rest. .Major Powkll is asking congress to give the national government complete control of inter state waters in the west now used for irrigation purposes. There's a great big problem at the bottom of this suggest io n . It is announced that the prince of Wales will visit lhe United States ami travel through the state of New York and Canada incog. Let us hope that New York '8 400 won't slip an eccentric on the arrival of his royal 'i-nesp, Individuals and corporations often want the earth. England, Germany ami France only want Africa now. The rat and tan Portugal terrier has been fright ened away from the bone by the English bulldog's barking. Germany and France wag their tails approvingly. The new states have all been nick named, but the nicknames are-mut h more expressive' and suggestive thui elegant and choice. Dakota is the Flicker Tail sUte; South Dakota the Swinge Cat state; Washington the Chinook state and Mon tana the Stubbed Toe state. The king of Portugal's head was under two swords. One thread was held by Great Britain, the other by his own peo ple inflamed with resentment at the ar rogance of England, and verging toward republicanism. He has yielded to En gland, and now fears the sword of the people. . A SAMPLE OF ITS WORK. As our readers will have occasion to remember, the New Mexico bureau of ini migration lust fall sent two car loads ol farm and orchard products from t lie Rio lirumle valley to be exhibited along the one of the A., T. it S. F. railroad in Kan sas, Iowa, Missouri and Illinois. -Mr. D. L. Sammis, who was commissioned to take charge of the car containing the cen tral Rio Grande exhibit, has rendered a complete and very interesting report on this subject to the secretary of the bureau, and elsewhere in tins paper it will be found printed iu full. If anything were needed to demonstrate the wisdom of ibis piece of public enterprise this report cer tainly meets that end. The Ni;w .Mexican asks for it a careful perusal. No resident of the territory can reflect upon the tacts thus set forth without indulging a pardonable pride in New Mexico's wonderfully productive resources, as yet almost wholly imde eloped, and the con clusion to be reached is that the day is uot far distant when our territory must take front rank as one of the choicest sect.ous iu the union for the fanner and the fruit grower. We have the climate, the soil, the ever fertilizing waters ami the home market. As for the latter the mining camps and stock rauches tven now stand ready to pay extra high prices and consume five times the production of the present; and as for the other gen eral conditions no state iu the union can excel us. As to the quality of her soil product New Mexico can ever, now safely challenge a comparison with the most famous fruit districts of the country, east or west. The exhibit to which this article refers was made under many adverse circum stances. Crippled by a long season ol "innocuous desuetude" under the Ross administration, with little or no funds in ttie treasury by reasou oi me lauure oi the legislature to do its duty, the bureau of imiuigratiou entered upon this enter prise with many misgivings. It was re solved, however, to do tin very best pos sible under the circumstances, and that has been done. In every respect the undertaking has proved a success and the nood work thus inaugurated by the bureau has brought out thegener .us co-operation of private citizens along the Rio Grande valley iu bucIi a manner as to lead to the opinion that henceforth New Mexico will each year have some such exhibit in the field to attract the attention of home seek ers throughout the west. This is a mat ter that ought to arouse the deepest en thusiasm among our people. It is a busi ness subject in its broadest sense. Mexico has already beun preparations for her exhibit in the great Columbia ex position. No country can equal her in material of absorbing interest illustrating America in the prehistoric times and the period of discovery. The Aztec palace which attracted so much attention at the Paris exposition, is being made ready for transportation to our fair, to which will be added doubtless many marvelous things from the.'orests of Yucatan A bill is before congress, introduced by Senator Plumb, intended to check deser tions from the army in two ways. One i; to retain ifj per month of the soldiers' wages, to be paid when he is honorably discharged. The othr inducement is h improve the soldier's ration by the addi tion of one pound of vegetables. This up peal to the pocket and the stomach wil enable the brave soldier to say more de voutly: "O happy those to whom it is permitted to die for their country." Geo. W. Julian does not like the New Mexico Ear association. In fact, if the truth must be told, be hates that body Well, who wou'U have believed it! and all because the Bar association caused to be published to the people facts and true statements about him and his ofliciul con duct as surveyor general of New Mexico. Of course he hated to have the truth come out ; to be sure he did ! But trtitl must and shall prevail in spite of all the George W. Julians and Uriah Heepsfron the beginning of creation till the preset t time and hence till doomsdav. The report of W. II. Loamis, school superintendent of Grant comity, to the territorial auditor shows that there are 1,857 persons of school age in that coun ty, 1,0.'j3 males and 804 femnles, and that 66 were enrolled for school purposes. There is one independent school district in the county, w hich is not included in the above enumeration. Alwut $15,000 were received during the year for the school fund. There were forty teachers employed, nine males and thirty-one females. In closing his report, Supt. Loom is said: 'Not a district in the county owes a dollar. School building" have been better fitted up during the year, and taking everything into con sideration, the system of this county is in good working order.". Eubopean monarchies, especially among the Ltin peoples, are showing signs of tumbling, like a row of bricks in a child's ply under the impact of the Brazilian revolution. Portugal weakened before : England's demands concerning interior Africa. The national sensibilities were groused. Republican tentiments are more raoldly avowed. Mobs have caught the fever at Lisbon and Oporto. The police have been reinforced by the militia to . restrain violence. British trade and peo ' pie are boycotted. There are dangerous . demonstrations against their lives and ' V ' property in the provinces. The Portugese ministry fear the bombardment of the .'apital by the British fleet. Spain is in sympathy with every movement in . )bugal, and under her threatened or ' actual war with England republicanism would thrive as it did iu France during the Franco-Russian conflict. One thing is certain, that there can be no revolu tions in southern Europe without blood shed, and there is consequently much cause for fear that the fatal spark w hich is seeded to start a great florae in Europe may be struck ia that southwestern comer. r OKU. V. KNAK1IKL, Office lu the Sena Buildiue, Palace AveDtie. oliemous and Searching Titles a specialty. AN EXCELLENT APPOINTMENT. A special to the New Mexican received late last evening announced that Prof. II. 0. Ladil, of this city, had been ap pointed supervisor of census for the dis trict of New Mexico. Rev. Horatio O. Ladd, son of Gen. Samuel G. Ladd, who was for many years adjutant general of the state of Maine, is a native of Hallow ell, Maine, was graduated from Howdoiu college, in 1S50, and y,,l'e university, in 1S03. He has held several important positions as edu cator, among which is a professorship in Olivet college, Michigan; principal of New Hampshire state normal school, and president of the university of New Mexico. He came to New Mexico in 1880, organ ized and established, with the aid of prominent citizens of the territory, the university of New Mexico, the Ramona Indian school, and proposed to congress he government Indian school at Santa Fe, for w hich lie was chiefly instrumental in securing, by his personal labors in Washington, the first appropriation of $25,000. He held the position of presi dent of the university of New Mexico for seven years, and by his labors and lec tures extensively through the United States, sustained uninterruptedly this in stitution and its Indian department, erect ing and finishing its various buildings. He has been among the foremost advo cates of Indian education in the country, and has bad a large influence among the Pueblo, Apache and Navajo tribes. Mr. Ladd is a well known contributor to magazines and newspapers and is the author of the "History of the War with Mexico," published in 1883, and of the "History of New Mexico," now in the bunds of the publishers. Prof. Ladd was strongly recommended, both from New Mexico and New England. He is evidently well equipped for the im portant dutiesofthe ollice he is intimately acquainted with New Mexico and her people; an un iring and hard worker and very conscientious in the performance of any and all duties of any position he fills. The appointment could not he im proved upon. The coming census will make a very important point in the his tory of New Mexico, and under Prof. Ladd's energetic, competent and honest supervision the work will be done well, faithfully and satisfactorily. SUBSCRIBE FOR The befit ftdTertlnlng medium In the eutJre southwest, and giving each day the earliest and fullest report of the legislative and court pro ceedings, military movements and other matters of general Interest occurring at the territorial capital. Tip V EM W"ta Fe, H Connected with the establishment Is a Job ortlce uewly furnished with material and machinery, iu which work Is turned out expeditiously and cheaply; and a bindery whose specialty of line blank hook work nod ruling is not excelled by any M ii i IIS ZETH MB, 1K0 STILL ALlVE ANO KICKI.L ItB superior excellence i.niven in million ot homes for mnrcttiaii a quarter oi a wiiurj. . lu nwi hv tin. I'nitcrl stales Government. H di.rnel bv the .lea.ts of the droat t'liivcrHitiesas the StmWest. Purest, and most Healthful. Di. Pike's Cream BakinK Powder does not contain Ammonia, Mine, or Alum, sold imiy in i au. NPirw RAk-rNf) POWDER CO. HII VHIK. CH1CAOO K1.I.OUI8 Talk li Cheap; If) Quality that Sella. To on re oosi Ivene the meilirlne mut be more tlmn u piii'Kalive. To be cr raiment, it must coutaiu Tonic. Alterative and Cathartic Properties Till I' IM1W HNe4 these qualities la uu eminent aegree, aim Speedily Restore to til? Iio'tcI their iiatnul erltaltlsj Motion, mi 4Hviatlui to regularity Sold Everywhere. WhatScott'sEmnlsionHasDone Over 23 Pounds Cain in 10 Weeks Experience of a prominent Citizen The California socikty f bthf. Soppre-bion op Vice. San Fbancisco, July 7iu, 1886. I took a severe eold upon my eh est and lungs and did not give It proper atten. tion ; it developed into bron ehitis, and in the fall of the same year I was threat ened with consumption, Physieians ordered me to a more congenial climate, and 1 came to San Francis so. Soon after my arrival ieommeneed tak ing Seott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphites reg ularly three times a day. In ten weeks my avoirdu pois went from 155 to 180 pounds and over; the cough meantime ceased. C. R. BENNETT. SOLD BY ALL DRUCCIS.S. PB0FESSI0NAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. THE DAILY RALPH K. TWITCIIKLI., Attorney at Uw Bplcgelber block, Heuta Ke. ew Mexico. Cildersleeve fc Preston. LAWYERS, Schumann BldR, Frisco St. MAX FKOST, Attoknky at Law. Santa Fe. New Mesuo. KDWAKO L. BARTLKTT, .awyer, Hauta Fe, New Motico. OBloe over Second Xatioual Bank. New Mexican H1CNKY I.. WALDO, Attorney at Law. Will practice in the several iiniriu oi tne territory, rrompt attention kivhu o all bUKlucBS iutruHted to Ms care. F. CONWAY. O. Q. PU8EY. W. A. HAWKINS. CONWAY, POSKV HAWKINS. Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Silver City Sew Mexico. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to our caie. Practice in all the courts of the territory. E. A. FIMKB, Attorney and Counselor at Law, P. O. Box "K," Santa Fe, N. M., practices in supreme and nil district courts of New Mexico. Special at lention Kiveu to mining aud gpaulsrj ana Mex ican ibuu grant litigation. r. B. CATAON. J. H. KNAKUIL. t. W, CLANCY CAIKON, KNAKIIKL ft CLANCY, Attorneva at Law and Solicitors In Chancery, oauta to, New Mexico. Practice in all the i.ourts in the Territory. One of the Arm will be t all times in Santa Fe. THE PELTON WATER WHEEL Gives the highest efficiency of any wheel in the world. The Greatert Mcci.uiik hI Achievement of M.-cl.'rn Tiiiiea, More Than 70O in I e in All Parts of the World. Good for any head above 20 feet and adapted to every variety ol service. I' ELTON WATER MOTORS. Varying from the fraction of oue up to 12 and V horse ttower. Inclosed iu iron cases anil ready for pipe con nections, Uneuualcd for all kinds of light running niaiTiiuiei .v. Warranted to develop a given amount of power with one-half the water required by auy other. Send for circulars. Address The Pelton Water Wheel Co. I'Jl and IS) .Main st,. San Francisco, Cal. A yflKT KKSORT FOB GKNTLKMEN. The fluent Itrauds of Imported WINES AND LIQUORS. Ce ebrn'ed lIoHYnan House and Cream de la Creme cigars a Specialty, club Kooms Attached. GEORGE. E. DRAUGHON, Prop. Southwest Corner Plaza, Santa Fe. N. M 0 Boletin Popular! A Spanish Weekly Paper published at SHiita Fe, N. M. LEADING SPANISH PAPER OF THE TERMINI. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Ttlr.M. II Mm., 11.90, lmi..l HE Prof. Loisette's a o BY OISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD In spite of adulterized imitations which miss the theory, and practical reHultnof the Original, in spit or the urnHBeBt. niirtrpprrwentatinnH by envious woutd-be enmp titont, and in spite of "bnBe attempts to rob" him of the fruit of Iiih lahorMall of which demonstrate the nndoubted superiority and popularity of his teaching). Prof. Loisette's Art of Never Forgetting recognized to-day in both UerrmphereB as marking an Epoch in Memory Culture. His Prospectus (dent post free) gives opinions of people in ail parts of the globe who have act unity studied his Systwn by correspondence, showing that his System ii .W imfy white buinff studied, not aftrrwnmti: thatiy bwk ran be Uarnrd in o (? rea1iii.',i"ii'1-iinnli'tii)rct'rr(i,d:e. For Prospectus, 'Win ii'M '.'''Hlim-mKiln addrfB Prof. A. 1.1MSKTTE, 237 Fifth Avenue, N.T OUR NEW MflHlil Oolil Wltrbl Wnrlli Mil. Iwatch in tlie world. I'erftct timekeeper. Warranted heavy, SOLID gold numinK cimb. Doih ladies' and gent a altee, with viorka and caeaa 0f filial value. OMt raKBOHIa r,..h localltr can secure ona V. ,nvi.lier with our lerre ud valuable lineofHonaehold mdIki. These samples, as wsll ,k. are fVee. All the work you need do Is lo show vhet we send Too lo those who tall-Jour friends and neighbors and Ihoeo boot jtou-tliatalwavaresulla In vsluable trade fur us, whleli holds foryesrs when ones suned, Bid thus ws era repaid. We niijr all aapress, frelfbt, etc. Atlas jou know all, if you would like 10 1 to work for us. ns csa sawn from iO 10 MHO per wksndui,warda. AMrna, asUMoat afc eJsfc. Ham. l , eTMrtllaVj Metises PHYSICIANS. L. ZABALLA, M. l., Faculty of t'aria aud Madrid. Dineasesof the Kye a specialty. Ollice, Lieluado building, low er Kriaeo Btreet, J. H. SLOAN, M. D.. Physician and Surokok. K. U. LONG W ILL, At. U., Baa moved to the east end of Palace avonme, to the Romulo Martinet' nonse, formerly oc cupied by Col. Barnes. Leaveordeni at Creamera drug store. DENTAJ, SUKGEON8. DIC. AV. G. MOBLEY, DENTIST Ollice upstairs lu Khn building. Office hours to 12 a.m., 1 to ii p.m. BAST A e7w. L'ENGLE, m. d., d. d. s. Devotes bis entire attention to the practice of Ijentiil Surgery. Oliice hours lo to 12 aud i to 4. Uoom i:t Hotel Capitol building, I'alace avenue. Successor to Dr. Meteall. D. W. MANLEY, DENTIST. Over C. Al. Creamer's Drug Store. OFFICE HOURS, - 9 to I, to 4 REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND SURVEYORS. WILLIAM WHITE, 0. S. Deputy Surveyor and U. Ueputy Mineral S"eyor. Locations upon public lands. Farnishea iufonnaiXon relative to Spanish and Mexican louu grants. Offices In Kirschner Block, second Beor.Kauta Fe, N. M. ARCHITECT andCCHTRACTO.R ANTONIO WINDSOR. CLOSE FIGURING! MODERN METHODS! SKILLED MECHANICS! I'lana and Specifications rarnlahd on ap nlicatlon. Cfirrsauondenee solicited. office, anta Fp N M Lower 'Frisco Street. Odllia rC, s III. J. WEtTMEB BOOK, STATIONERY AND Newsjepot! MABIE, TODD & CO.'S GOLD PENS Fresh Cundlen Specialty. Pine C Iff an, Tohannn, Notion, Kto. Mm Hate BAR AND BILLIARD HALL, Ohoice Wines, Liquors & Cigars Fine Billiard and Pool Tables. Liter? aud fsad Stable In eonntxitlon In rear ot Hotel, on Water (treat. J.T. FORSHA, Propr J. C. DOUGHERTY, Contractor & Builder Jobbing and Mending Funltura Neatly Uoue. SHOP OH LOWER SAN FRAMOISCOSTREET. ALHAMaSiSA Barbershop ETB8TTHINO New, Neat, First Class Katt Side or the tlaih HOTand COLD BATHS W. J SLAUGHTER, Proprietor. SOL. SPIEGELBERG Thai old reliable merchant of Santa Pe. has added largely u his stock of GENTS' Printing iMFWJi . .nij iiiiiA ii ii Farm LL LAND GRANT EUa si m o s b UNDER IRRIGATING DITCHES. Choice Mountain Valley and Lands near the Foot FO-R, SALE. & Binding DEPARTMENT Improred Printing Machinery and sw ea tenalre line of the latest and aaost beaatl ful dealgna In Type, Cute, ete. BLANK BOOK8, CHECK BOOKS AND SPECIALLY PESIONES BOOKS FURNISHING GOODS And those lu ueed of mttf artlole In hi linn Mould do well to call on Mm. ON SAN FRANCISCO STREET Your attention la retpeelfallj called to the large and complete Printing Depart ment of the DAILY NEW MEXICAN, which la now prepared tad all kind of the flnee Job Printing SHORT NOTICE, LOW PRICES. FINE WORK, PROMPT EXECUTION For Stock Broken, Mlnea, tukl, Insur ance Companies, ' Baal Estate, Btulness Men, ate. Particular attention glrea to Descrlpttre Pamphlets of Mining Proper tlea. We make a spealaltj of Stock Certificates. BUI Heads of every dcscilptUn. and small Job Printing eaecated with ear e and dispatch. Estimates gives. Work Baled to order Wo use the MiN;' A D oWhv- afc XJri N E w? if : ' 'u '"''l-'i0 SC?iVV ' J!tftftory A-sf"X 11 For the irrifrtation of the prairies and vulleyh between Raton and .SpriiiHef one hundred milcH of large irrijjuti'iiff ciiniilM have been iniHt, or re in course of construction, with water fur 75,000 ncri's of land. These lands with perpetual water rights will be sold cheap anil on the easy terms of ten annual payments, with 7 per cent interest. In addition to the above there are 1,400,000 acres of land for ale, consisting mainly of atrricultural lauds. The climate is unsurpassed, and alfalfa, wain and fruit of all kinds grow to perfection and iu abundance. The A., T. & 8. F. railroad and the L., T. A Fort Worth railroad cross UuB property, and other roads will pnnn follow. Those wishing to view the ands can secure special rates on the rafl roada, and will have a rebate also on the same if they should buy 160 acre or more of land. Warranty Deeds Given. For full particulars apply to The Maxwell Land Grant Co RATON", TSr"K!W TVTTiJIXITOO PALA OTEL First Class in all its Appointments. T. K;UM:SEY, Props. Santa Fe, New Mexico The - :- San ... Felipe ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. The Leading Hotel in New Mexico. MKW W44AKMKNT. IlKlll'IKII AVli Hen HMMllli. Kl'ttlCTLV flKST CLASS. ISM HINTS' H r.. ln.i I' K'l'KKI Hotel Coach and Carriages in Waiting at All Trains. PPEC1AL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FAMILIES AND LARGE PARTIES. TKKMS: $2.50 to $3.00 per day G. W. MEYLERT ProDr TIMMER . HOUSE Silver City, New Mexico. FRED. O. WRICHT, Manager. LOUIS TIMMER, S- S- BEATY, IIKALKK IN Staple & Fancy Groceries PROVISIONS, PRODUCE, HAY, GRAIN. CORNER WATER AND BRIDGE STREETS. Specialties of Hay, Oraiu and Potatoes received bv oar load and for sale at lowest market prices. The finest Household Groceries, free delivery lo my Customers. FINEST STANDARD PAPER The New-Mexican THE BROAD GAUGE SALOON! EAST SIDE OF THE PLAZA. The Choicest Liquors and Cigars. Club Rooms in Connection POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES. Keep en hetid lhe fntilne r, Fnnt'wla Clgnr. t imrmiif erl to hn Purn Full "wtwiiii Albuquerque Foundry & Machine Comp y R. P, HALL,, Secretary and Treasurer. 1BOM ANU BKAHS OASTINOS, IIKK, COA I, AM lUtlKEK CAKW. SHAFT IMO, PULIiKTB, UKATK BARS, BABBIT MttTAL. COLUMNS ANO IKON KKIINTS PIIK BIIILIINOS. REPAIRS ON MINING AND MILL MACHINERY A SPECIALTY Albuquerque. Mew Mexico. HENRY W. KEARSINC, Assay er & Chemist STONE BUILDING, CKKKU.LOS. N. 1. rRIOKS rOR ASSAVSl Gold 1 SUerHl; Lead 1; UoPr Salt - otb. tetaale In Froportlun. Bpeelssl Oontrauite to MIuIuk C'ouipiaulee end Mill. CsMh unlet be remitted with eih Snmple. ASSAYING in all its branches TAUGHT.