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; I i! f i H !! i : 'i The Daily Hew Mexican FRIDAY, MAY 2. C. M. CREAMER We have in mock, a line of Toilet Articles of every description; also a full line of Import ed Cigrara & 1 m ported & California Win cm it lid Braudit. Everybody admit w carry the largest stock in tlie territory In our linv co(ieqi-iitlj we defy competition iu quality or in uricon. OPEN DAY OR NIGH Laws of New Mexico or isavj At the New Mexican Office. IF tTEOROLOCICAU Orrici or Obbxrvkh, Suila Fe, N. M., April 29 1890. 1 ! f fcM p ro Slip 1 if l-i ?I Oi I 2- -A- -T S1S 47 M K 23.3'i 07 31 NE 13 I ft Cloudli ffixiiuam Taniratura. . . j' Hlniam Temperatare. futai Prwlpltation W. V WinmTrit.Mergt., Mgnal QqM. jKO-rilillimi vti llsilnn liaifiititil GAINING GROUND DA1LV. President llarrimiii and Sec. l!lntno AJ-dre-stlie Mexico IleleRa llim -l-'.nro uracil's .pcc'liil tu the Ve- Mexican. Washington, May 2. The delORatt from New .Mexuo are making rapid prog ress iu pushing their claims, aud are greatly encouraged over their miccess. Yesterday they had an audience with the president and Sec. Blaine, and were warmly received. Alter a general tnlk the president and secretary made ad dresses, in which they expressed them selves in sympathy with the delegates; they spoke at some length on the ques tion of a settlement of land grant titles, taking a practical view of the situation, and expressed their earnest desire to lend their aid in securing for New Mexico full justice. Gov. Prince was spokesman of the party in the White house before the president, and Judge Axtell officiated in a like capaci ty before the secretary in the department of state. The delegates next assembled in the room of the house coinoiittee on territo ries, and at a glance it seemed as if the entire committee of fifty persons were pres ent, but a count developed the fact that only thirty-six were on hand. Chairman .Strubleof the committee was absent. Addresses were made by Uov. L. B. Prince, Judge Axtell and Hon. I. 8. Trimble. These gentlemen presented, in their most eloquent manner, the reasons w hy New Mexico should be made a Btate. The visitors made a good impression and manifested no trace of bickerings w hich have heretofore hindered the progress of the statehood movement. The whole matter is now in the bands of the sub-committee, composed of Chairman Struble, of Iowa, Perkins, of Kansas, Rife, of Pennsylvania, Ispringer, of Illi nois and Kilgore, of Texas. Of these the first three are Republicans, and the last two Democrats. When this committee was appointed several weeks ago, a ma jority of the members was hostile to the admission of New Mexico, but since re ceiv;ng further information on the sub' ject, it is now quite probable the matter will bo considered favorably. The delegates also called on the irriga tion committee audexpressed their views, which will be fully considered. The del egatea have great reason to rejoice over the success so far, and while the bills may not be fully approved, it is understood that there will be a new bill prepared in which will be incorporated all the best features introduced. MEAT INSPECTION LAW. Ad Able Opinion Kendered by a Justice of the I'cace Dcclaied Invalid. In the case of the territory vs. Burn ham, in which the defendant is charged with importing dressed meat from Kansas City and disposiug of same, which had not been inspected prior to shipping, an opinion has been rendered by Caudelario Martinez, justice of the peace of precinct No. 3, this county. The opinion sets forth that the consti tution of the United States gives to con gress exclusive authority to regulate inter state commerce laws, and that any at tempt of the territorial legislature to exer cise this congressional power is null and void, carrying with it no weight; that dressed meat is a legitimate article of com merce aud that a territory or state lias no more right to prohibit its importation or use than it has to prohibit the importation of clothing ami other necessaries of life. It states that a territory or state can pro tect its citizens under police power by prohibiting importation and use of articles which are dangerous to health or morals; that there are souieuuobjectional features in the meat inspection law, but that the law goes far beyond the limits of the police power of inspection ; that the law is a clear violation of the constitution of the United Slates from the fact that it denies to citizens of states and territories the rights of liberty and property as guaranteed by the constitution. Reasoning from a common sense point of view the opinion goes on to say that the territory might as well attempt to prohibit citizens of one state coming into another, as to prohibit any class of legiti mate commodities from free ingress. The opinion is a very lengthy one and embodies numerous quotations from the constitution and decisions, and is indeed a very creditable paper. The meat in spection law was declared invalid and the case in question dismissed. New Incorporation. The following companies have filed articles of incorporation with the secre tary of the territory : Raton Real Estate A Investment Com panyCapital stock, $ou,uuO; names of directors, Russell Marcy, Martin A. Mc Martin, Hurry Whigham; principal place of business, Raton, N. M. ; object, to con struct and operate wagon roads aud irri gation ditches, and to colonize and im prove lands in connection therewith, to acquire, own, sell and improve real estate and borrow and loan muney on securities, all to be done in any part of the United states. . . Lucas Ditch Company Capital stock, $l,0uU; names of directors, D. 11. Lucas, T. I). Lucas, J. U. Lucas; principal place of business, within township xo sontn, range 25 east, Lincoln county, N. M. ; postollice address, Lookout, N. M. ; ob ject, to construct, own, maintain and operate a ditch for irrigating agricultural lands in parts of sections 13, 17, 24 aud 26, township 'lo south, range 2a east, Lincoln county. DECISIONS IN LAND CASES. See. Noble Renders Decision in Two Cases In Santa Fe County. The following decisions have been ren dered by the secretary of the interior, af tecting coal declaratory statements in Santa Fe county : Ex parte Alfred Grunsfeld, appeal from the decision of the commissioners of the general land office, rejecting Oruusfeld's application to hie a coal declaratory state ment for a certain portion of section 20, townbhip 16, range 19, at the rianta Fe laud district, on the ground that the claimant had exhausted his right by a former filing. The decision is modified so as to direct the local officers to give notice to the claimant that he will be re quired to submit proof and make a pay ment for the said laud within sixty days, otherw ise his filing will be rejected. Ex parte Albert Grunsfeld, affecting (Iruns 'eld's application to file a coal declaratory iuuiutiu for portion oi section U, X w ftiTHflM'Tlirarraa'iMMMMfcvartniwa an rilinW-ra' i rw ill iiiinr laMHWiM u iii f lift iiimilT town 15, range IB, Santa Fe land dis trict. The case is identical as to land, facts and the suiue deWs.cn as above was rendered. Sunt Fe Copper Company. In referring to tiie Santa Fe Copper company's business th" Now York Kn gineer and Mining Record says: "Superintendent Hyaius has returned from the Sauta Fe "mine, and makes a most doleful report of the condition of the property. The mine hasbe-n shutdown. Officials of the company, while acknowl edging the ability of Mr. Hyanis, want corroboration of some of the statements made, as they do not tally with former reports made by mining experts." The above is true with reference to the mine being shutdown, but the property has already proved too valuable for its owners to suspend work on it for anv great length of time. It is believed that the mine will be started up shortly under favorable circumstances. KOUSD ABOUT TOWN. POLITICAL POINTERS. The balmy, balmy May breezes are at hand. House cleaning aud moving is the order of the day. Sauta Fe undertakers and physicians report business extremely dull in their Hues. John Hampel is prepared to do tin, tar and gravel roofing, also plumbing aud gas fitting. See ad. elsewhere in this paper. Yesterday was a very busy day in the internal revenue office. It being the first day of the year in that department, officers were kept busy issuing licenses, Dietzel ami Bernstein, the blacksmiths on Water street, are first class workmen iu their line, and should be patronized. Bernstein especially is the boss horse' shoer. People can do no better than t call on him when they have liorses to shoe. County Comr. Teodoro Martinez has started iu on the erection of a residence ou upper Palace avenue. The building will be of stone and promises to be quite a nice structure. All right, Mr. Martinez, go ahead, even if yon get only $200 per year as county commissioner. J. Van Arsdell &' Co., the liverymen, come to the front to-day with an attract ive ad. in the Nuw Mkxican. The firm owns a number of line horses, carriages and buggies, and furnish nothing but the best rigs ; runs a 'bus to and from all trams and employs careful and trust worthy drivers. Its hacks run day and night and the charges are very reasonable, W. D. Mactiregor, of New burgh, N. Y., and Sergt. James McKale, of the 5th in fantry, reached this city last evening, having made the trip from Fort Davis, Texas, to Santa Fe overland, a distance of U25 miles, on horseback. Mr. Mac Gregor is well known in this city, having spent several months here in search of health, lie is now looking fine and is loud in his praises of New Mexico's in vigorating climate. The party will leave here ou Monday for Denver, via Fort Garland, Colo. Surveyor General Hobart returned last night from a short trip into San Miguel county. He says there have been abun dant rains in that county during the past two weeks, and stock men and farmers expect plenty of grass and good success this year. Chief Justice O'Brien, Gen. Hobart says, is quick and prompt in busi ness aud people are getting to see that lie is a good judge with excellent knowledge of law. It is more than probable that the Santa Fe road will build the cut-off by the hot springs, and that shortly. This move is to help the railroad property and hotel at the springs along. On the whole the surveyor general thinks matters in San Miguel look promising. At the Brewery Terrace. Buck beer and Bock wurst, May 4. AMUSEMENTS. SAID PASUA. "Said Pasha," an attractive comic opera, will be produced for the first time iu Santa Fe at Gray's opera house, Mon day evening, by the California Operacom- pauy. The company comes highly recom mended by the entire eastern and west ern press, and is said to give a smooth performance. The organization has met with greatsuccessevery w here. The com pany is very strong. Among some of tiie artists are Miss Blanche Chapman, Miss Bebe v ining, Mies May Levinge, Miss J nuie Grey, Mr. Will S. Rising, Mr. Ar thur Miller, Mr. K. Mausneia, Mr. n. Rattenberry, Mr. L. Gavan, and a chorus of thirty voices, the ladies of which are said to be very pretty. BELL-ELLIS LAST NIOIIT BIT ONE. To-night the Bell-Ellis conibiuation will give another of its entertainment at Gray's opera house, and to make it more inter esting the management will give away $20 iu gold as the leading prize, also each person attending will be given a ticket to the drawing of the $100 organ, which will be given away to-morrow evening. A matinee for the ladies and children will occur to-morrow afternoon, at which a solid gold watch and 100 dolls will be given away as presents. Admission to matinee: adults, zt cents; umiuren, la cents. . PERSONAL. W. A. Monroe. Detroit: A. H. Tirwel- leger, San Francisco; Frank Harrison and W. E. Lawrence, Cerrillos, are among the Exchange's visitors. U. S. Survevor L. M. Brown, has gone to Valencia county where he is engaged in doing some government work. J. 8. Wentz and wife, ot Chicago, ar rived on to-day'B noon train, and have taken rooms at the Palace. Geo. V. Parker, of Washington, D. C, is a visitor to Santa Fe, stopping at the Palace. J. K. Wood, of San Francisco, left his autograph on the Palace register. A. Williams ta a guest of the Palace, reizisterinif from Chicago. U. VV. Brown, of Denver, is registered at the Palace. Wallace BhermaD, of New York, is at the Palace. THIS PAPER is kept n rile at E. C Dake's advertising agency, 64 and 66 Merchants' Exchange, Ban irancwoo, Col., where contracts for advertising can be mode far It. Mr. J. C. DeLany has been appointed postmaster at Fort Stanton. Albert S. Hunt has been appointed postmaster at Lava, Socorro county. Edward Moulton will be a mndidatefor sheriff of Grant county on the Republican ticket. Tiiere is a dark horse grooming for the Republican nomination for congress. Guess w ho it is. Feliz Martinez, of Las Vegas, is spoken of as a probable candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for delegate. Let her go, Felix I Hon. Juan Santmtevan will in all likeli hood be the Republican nominee for the council from Taoscounty. If nominated, he will be elected. There will be blood on the Democratic moon in Grant county, unless Harvey Whitehill is renominated for sheriff on the Democratic ticket. A correspondent asks : Will President Harrison get the New Mexico delegates in the next national convention? Don't know friend, ask something easier. It may not please ex-Gov. Monte Ross, but nevertheless it looks as if Col. J . Fran k Chaves will be nominated for the leeis- lative council from Valencia county aud ttiat he will be elected. From all appearances New Mexico will be a state by the time we get our county organized. Statehood will add wonder fully to our .prosperity, and make our part ot tne country still more desirable. body Argus. Mr. C. F. Easley denies the soft im peachment and says he does not want the nomination of assessor on the Democratic ticket. Well, he is the strongest man for the position on the Democratic side, nev ertheless. County Commissioner Wyllys, this county, also wants a vindication, and therefore a nomination as county com missioner ou the Democratic ticket. They all want vindications ; what have they done r The chairman of the Republican central committee, whoever he may be, should help the treasury of the committee along to the tune of a couple of thousand dollars. That's the kind of a man that's wanted. The idea for nominating Mr. Thomas P. Gable for sheriff on the Democratic ticket in Sauta Fe county is gaining strength daily. The Democrats in the southern part of Santa Fe county seem to be anxious for a new deal. They are right. A new deal would benefit the county aud the people. Eddy county to the front. The follow ing announce themselves as candidates for county offices: Fred H. Pietz for pro bate judge, D. L. Kemp for sheriff, Thom as Hennessy forcountv clerk, J. D. Walk er for assessor, and W. C. Gass for county cierK. me early oiru catcnes the worm, evidently, in bddy countv. At the Brewery Terrace. Buck beer and Bock wurst, ui ay . The World Enriched. The facilities of the present day for th. .jroduction of everythiug that w iii con duce to the material welfare and comfort )( mankind are almost unlimited aud when Syrup of Figs was first produce ! he world was enriched with the ouly perfect laxative known, as it is the only remedy which is truly pleasing and re freshing to the taste and prompt and effectual to cleanse the system gently li the Spring time or, in fact, at any timi and the better it is known the more pop ular it becomes. GRAY'S OPERA HOUSE. TWO NIGHTS ONLY, Commencing Sunday, May L THE CUIFORnTa OPERA CO In the Merry Comle Opera, Said Pasha! BEAUTIFUL MUSIC! B0RQE0US COSTUMES! ELEGANT SCENERY! aal of eeat ba;loe at Creamer's drng ttore on Tnesday. Sacred Concert & Fra Diava!o ON SUNDAY NInHT. Reserved Seats $1.25; Seats $1 GRAY'S OPERA HOUSE rOIJR NIUHTS. Commencing on Wednesday, April 3d MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2:30 THE VEBV BEST SHOW EVER IN YOUR CITY. Two Big Shows in One. BELL'S Original Royal Marionettes In MUietrel and Hnmpty Dnmptjr, locether with Cyclone of Novelties and GRAND GIFT CARNIVAL. " I A f) Elegant and Valuable Premnti I ft O IUU given away each ahow. I UU Grand Freo Btereoptlcon Exhibition in trout of Opera Home each evening, ADMISSION - 60 and 75c Uwerved ieati now on sale at Weltmer'i. SOL SPIEGELBERG The old reliable merchant of Santa re. haa added largely to hla atoak of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS And thoee In need of any ertJete In hla line would do well to oall on him. OH SAN FRANCISCO STRFET Hp POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thin oowder never varies. A marvel of trarltv strength and whelesomeuess. More economical thau the ordinary kinds, aud can not be sold In i-ompetitlor with the multitude of low test, short weleht. alum or nhosnhate nowdera. Sold only in cans. Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 whii street, k. W. P. DOBBIN. MIGUEL CHAVEZ. Fulton Market fish, Oysters, Vegetables, Fresh Meats, Butter. Pin's Feet, Tripe, Pickles of all Kinds. Fresh Fish, Salt Fish of all Kinds. Canned Uoods, Yoes' Maple Syrup. Honey, Chipped Beef, and all kinds of trim in season. FKEE AND PROMPT DELIVERY. Our goods are all VKiilSII and guaranteed Just as reprexented. Wheat Germ at Etnmert's. Joseph Eluter, florist, offers for sale pausies, 50 cents per dozen ; violets and pinks, bot h double and sinyle. rose bushes. verbenas, (rysanthemums and over 100 other varieties oi green house plants. Fresh plum pudding, at No. 6. Fine McBrayer whisky at Colorado sa loon. Try the Monarch wax beans, at No. 6. Milk Ulc a quart ; 5c a glass, at Colo rado saloon Fresh supply of cream cheese, at No. 6. John McCulloutdi Havana cigar, 6c, at Colorado saloon. Pickled tripe in two pounds cans, at ,mmert's. Try the New Mkxican'b new outfit of material and machinery when you want nne ion printing or hlanr hook work. Granula, a new breakfast dish, at No. 6. BUSINESS NOTICES. t-'OK SALE. F OR SALE. Coal Declaratory Statements at tneonueoi Daily sw .mkxican. T,X)K HAI.K OR EXCHANGE. Farm of 1,800 JJ acres; line fruit aud grazing land; two miles oi station ana steitmerB in Lorrneier county. Ma,; price, 3j,uih, j. K. Mcuomgai, uover, Del. UOR S.1,K. -Blank Letters of Guardianship ; anu iiuaruians ouu aua uatn at tue ouico oi the Nkw Mexican Printing company. FOR SALE.-New Mexico laws of 1889 at the Daily Nr W Mexican oilice; paper binding, id, sheep binding, 4, in English; (3.35 and J4-K iu spanisn. fjXlK HA I.E. .Sheriffs' blank Tax Hale Certifl catus at the oilice of the Dally Naw Mkxi CAN. LOK (JALK. Teachers' blank heglster Books i at tno ottice ot the Daily Msw Mexican. LOST. T OST. One buueh of keys with the name of J.J Hon. W. H. Manderflelri ou the plate, Kinder please return to this oilice. MIKCKLXANKOITS. A RE YOU MARRIED? If not. send vonr ad- a. dress with stamp to the American Corre- Etionning .'inn. f, (). oox Mil. (.larKxhtirg, w. va. JNO. HAMPEL. Tin, Tar and Gravel Roofing PLUMBING AND US IKING, Lowest prices and firi-t class work. LOW Kit 'FRISCO ST., 8VNTA FR N. H CLAREHEOK POULTRY TARD BOOS FOR HATCHING. Silver Wyandottes. litcht Branmaa, Houdans. Uroand Mono, Oyster Shell, Meat Scraps Drinking Fountain and Imerlal Kg: Food. Address ARTHUR BOYLE, Santa Fa. N. M. CLARENDON GARDEN Home Grown Fruits and Fruit Trees, free from Disease and Insect Pests. ARTHUR BOYLK. Airat for the Nixon NoaaleA Machine Cu Is prepared to take orders for spraying Orchards with Nixon' Little Olant Ma chine and Climax Spray Noaale and In. seet roison. Correspondence Solicited. I'. . lux ion. mtt Fe. M. M ALHAMBRA Barber shoP BVKRYTHIHO New, Neat, First Class ait Side of the 1 Use. HOTand COLD BATHS W. J. SLAUGHTER, Proprietor. Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Of the Most Artistic Oeilpt AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES. AT OLIVER'S UNDERTAKING HOUSE. 3D. 33- CHASE, Landscape and Portrait Photographer mtll liBUUj (III STEREOSCOPES CQISTIITLT OJ UIL Atelier on th Wst Side of Plar 35. 3D. ZFiRjfiLlErZ, llt.U.RK 1 Hardware.Crockery & Saddlery Agent for BAIN MOLINE Farm & Spring Wagons AND RACINE BLACKBOARDS. J. L VANARSDELL & CO., Livery, Feed and Sale Stables HA0K8 AND BUSSES TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS. Frisco Street, Opposite New Mexican Office, SANTA FE, N. M. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TOURISTS. Board and Care f-r Hnre t the Most Reas'iimMe Raten. Santa Fe Nursery! Oilers to the trade the finest and bust assorted selection ol ACCLIMATED -:- NURSERY -:- STOCK Ever ofrered In the west fob SPII2SrC3- PRIOB LIST 1890 fjF" Satisfaction G u a r a ii Uh-1 . jgd GRANT RIVENBURG, - Propr liRALKR IN Tombstones & Monuments ,, AND IRON FENCINC. First Clans Material aud Especially Low Prices. I 1 6 West 6th St., PUEBLO, COLO oaAi.em I HARDWARE Plumbing, Gas & Steam Fitting. B1IKNARU1NO BACA. JOSK O. SKUA, , BACA & SEHsT-A., FACTORY NO. 6. Uauaraeturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer la Domestic and Foreign Cigars! Factory and Store, EAST SIDE OF PLAZA, Pott office Box 16, ..... Santa Fe, M- M. New Store! New Goods; AT THE OLD STAND. 1 take pleasure la tailing atteuilun of the publie to my (took of Dry Goods and Clothing, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Staple & Fancy Groceries. Mo shop worn, tiunty nor ntnle goods iu ih tiounei everything I spank tpMi new. I reouite cio1. ua-iv from eHtfru anctio aud am able to and WILL sell - at rasteru prteea. Hay, Grain nud eed u specialty. Uoods oellrervd to all parts of the city free Give in a call ad ave uuii) ABE COLD, Lower San Francisco St. For Sale and to Rent. ESTATE AUD OTHER PBOfEBTY. TO I.BT.- House of six rooms on east side of federal grounds; best, location In Santa Fe:a aud waitT. Weuid be runted furuisb. d or unfurnished at vr$ reasonable rates. Aso three rooms adjoining, ouly $U. beveial otlier suites of n loins, offices aud bouses, from 7.60 to 8v per month. . . full sale At grea' bargains, some of the most desirable building sites in oanta re; am four and on.half and twelve aeres tilots near eauiLoi bulUlmk: nlso well located six rooms real dence, stable aud outhouses, one acre of grouud iu nigh state oi cultivation, numberless choice bearing fruit and shade trees, berries, asparagus bed, etc., iu perfect order; also a plot of land on 1'alace aveuue. runninir tliruuirh to Man Kraucisco street, aud about 100 feet east of Plata, belu one of the very best locations iu the city for Improvement with hotel, opera house, etc. Buy at Bottom Prices and Sell at Top Is the secret of successful real estate speculation. This opportunity (to buy at bottom price) occurs bat ouce in a life time, aud is now here iu Sauta Fe, one of the most beautifully located cities on earth and destined tu be the "queen reoidenue city of tue southwest," aud the task louable "summer resort ' of tbe nation. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, Attorney, ' Palace Ave., near Court House, SASix'A FE. Blank Book Manufactory! AND BINDERY. All kind of f-lank Books uned by Merchants, Banks, County Oflicials, Mining and Railroad Companies made to order Blanks of all kinds ruled and printed to order. Music and Magazines neatly and su'witantialiy bound. . The best of materials use I; prices moderate and work warranted. A order by mail receive prompt attention. Old Booh and Music Rebound. NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO.