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Bu NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO. i mr Hut, n n m v-uH-oud Class matter at the Smta r l'ost CHlite. T Eli MS : Phmv tier year Ilu.i: 8(1 nioutks G.00 three mouths . . 8.U0 Jue mouth Lift) Uailv .iHlvered by carrier 26 cent per week. v eelily per year. . .J3.W bli uioutUa 1.51' Three mouth .... LOO Kate 'or stamllu ad verti totuM'.s made known application. A... juimuumcatlons Intended for publication fiust be aeeomtauieii by the writer's uatue and i.ldrew uot for pubiii-atiuu but as an evident of good faith, aud should be addressed to the alitor. Letters peruiuiiiK to business should bo addressed to Nuw Mexican Printing Co. Sauta Fe, New Mexico. KT'lheNKW Mkxk an is the oldest news apt-r in New Mexico. It Is seut to every Posi 0 lice In e Territory and has a larKe aud grow n circulation Among the iufelliKeut and pro ressi?4 oeoi'le of the southwest. WhDNKSUAY, JUNE 4. Gi n. I.ki: lias a monument, time that one as built for (ion It in high Grunt. Senator Komlndh is a strong protec tionist. He thinks Kentucky whiisky in belter than Frpmli hramly. A small amount of rain would be thank fully rneeived by the people of New Mex ico about this time. Tiik leading Republicans of New Mex ico should attend the nieetinn of the Ke puhlirau Central committee oil the 13th instant. Tub meeting of the Republican cen tral com mil tee on June 13, next, should befuhv attended, and tlie Nkiv Mexican hopes it will lie. New Mexk o's exhibition at the world's Columbian fair nnu-t be made a creditable one. The tooner work in that direction is commenced fbe better. As Gkoveu Clkvki.and is to be nomi nated by l ho Icniocrats, there is no danger ahead. Now were it Mrs. Grover Cleveland, it would surely bo otherwise. Any American workinnman who pre fers free trade to protection can have it by going to England. They have lots of it there. There is absolutely no law keep ing him here. The Vermont Pemocracy is solid for Grover Cleveland and shouts loundly for him. What the Vermont Democracy lacks in numbers, it makes up in enthusi asm ana buncomb. By all means, the fee system for county and territorial officials must go. Give all officials decent salaries, but do away with the fee system. It has not worked well. It must be abolished. Tm-Ri: is no good reason w hy tho citi zeiib and tax payers of this county should pay taxes on a lot of bonds issued in de hiince of law, in an illegal manner and fur a consideration, very likely, by boodle oilicials. Not by a great ileal. I.et u investigat the manner of the issuance of these county bonds first ; let us examine into their validity first; let us find out what equivalent the county received for them; and then, when all these things are "atinfactorily established, and it is shown that the bonds are illegal and were issued in lieu of an honestly and justly contracted debt, there will be ample time to pay taxes. In the mean time we advise the tax payers of this county to go slow, very slow, mighty slow. Nothing will be lost by being cautious and deliberate. Let the county officials, if they want the taxes collected, establish the validity of the bonds in ipiestiou first and then collect taxes. No Lurry at all. I troller, attorney general, superintendent ' of instruction and legislature. j Texas elects (November -lj governor, lieutenant governor, treasurer, comptrol ler, attorney general, superintendent of instruction and legislature. Vermont elects (September 2) governor and lieutenant governor. Virginia elects (November 4 a legisla ture. West Virginia elects (November 4) a legislature. Wisconsin elects (November 4) gov ernor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general, treasurer and leg islature. The state of Oregon on June 2 elected a governor, secretary of state, treasurer, superintendent of schools, state printer and legislature. ATTENTION STOCK MEN. The present dry season of the stock range of New Mexico may prove a bless ing in disguise to our territorial stock men. It certainly will prove advanta geous if it persuades them that they can find abundance of water for ther range cattle and flocks if only they can muster the courage to seek for it. How many instances have of late been noted w here a simple effort has unexpectedly devel oped water in localities which form erly were considered wholly arid. Every few days brings to light some re port of this kind in New Mexico, and they are quite numerous enough to force the conclusion that we have all along been proceeding on a false theory relative to the underground water flows of this whole arid country. In the light of their recent experiences it appears that our stockmen have now reached a point where they must protect themselves in the matter of stock water, and the simplest and best w ay tu do this is by sinking tubular wells. The Nkw Mexican would be gratified to hear the views of the 6tockmeu of New Mexico on this subject. Wokk on the agricultural college at Las Cruces is progressing in excellent shape. The college bids fair to become, within the next year, the leading educational in stitution in New Mexico and Arizona. So let it be. .r-j .. ...... iiiuLuieiui ami pHinstak- ing. The exact population and condi tion of aflairs here shotrd be ascertained. Correct and complete statistic are needed and demanded. This is sure y a growing country. The New York Tribune figures out that 3,000, 000 quarts of champagne are now con sumed in thy United States annually. Four hundred years ago there was not a drop of that wine imported. Surely a growing country this. CwsToriiKH McGke, of Pittsburg, has Just donuted iflil.OuO toward the erection of a newsboys' home in that city. Mi Gee is a newspaper man, an alleged Re publican "boss", and remembers that he was once a hoy. This country couk stand a few nmre likp him. In Virginia and in Richmond, the whi lom capital of the confederacy, they orat ed and decorated on the 'M, and then and there they swung confederate flags till they had to rest. On the 30th, Dee oration day, they found they were tired and needed a rest, and rested accordingly. Senator Stkwaht, of Nevada, whose fealty to western interests lias never waned, is authority for the statement that a free coinage silver measure, or some thing equivalent to it, w ill become a law atthis session of congress. It would prove a Godsend to the west should isenator Stewart's prophecy prove correct. The little anti-statehood hand in New Mexico is trying fo make a row, hut it succeeds only in screeching and yelping. Well, as Jong as that crowd is satisfied, the screeching can be kept up. But the statehood movement is going ahead, and that in the right direction, steadily and unswervingly. On Monday last the members of the senate committee on finance and several prominent senators, Republicans and Democrats, received marked copies of the New Mexican containing the editorial commending the appointment of Hon. L. A. Hughes as collector of internal rev enue for New Mexico and Arizona and urging his confirmation. Immediately upon receipt thereof the senate commit tee on finance reported unanimously in favor of his Confirmation and the U. 8. senate confirmed him the same day. Comment unnecessary. The Philadelphia, New York, Wash ington, Cincinnati and Chicago press has inaugurated a campaign against many public indecencies that a long-suffering puniic nas long been subjected to; it in sists tnat men who insist on expectorat Inir tn nn. H ...... .:..t.:..i ... v.o, uuu.o, picking tneir nostrils or cleaning their finger-nails in public places are thorough hogs, and have no place among good-mannered people. The cru sade is a worthy one, and our eastern contemporaries have our best wishes for their success. Out here in the wild and woolly wBt no such occupation becomes the duty of the journalists. ELECTI0KB IN 1890. All the states and territories elect rep resentatives to the 52d congress during the present year. Besides these the following elections take place: Alabama elects (Aug. 4) governor, sec retary of state, treasurer, auditor, attorney general and legislature. Arkansas elects (.September 1 ) governor, secretary of state, treasurer, auditor, at torney general and legislature. California elects (November 4) gover nor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, treasurer, comptroller, superinten dent of public instruction, attorney gen eral, surveyor general, state librarian, three railroad commissioners and legis lature. Colorado elects (November 4) governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, treasurer, auditor, attorney general, su- Connecticut elects (November 4) gov ernor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, treaourer, comptroller and legisla ture. Delaware elects (November 4) governor, secretary of state, treasurer, auditor and legislature. Florida elects (November 4) legislature. Georgia elects (October 1) governor, secretary of state, treasurer, comptroller, attorney general and legislature. Illinois elects (November 4) treasurer, siijierintendeat of public instruction and legislature. Indiana elects (November 4) secretarv of state, treasurer, auditor, superintendent of public instruction, attoraty general and legislature. Iowa elects (November 4) secretary of slate, treasurer and auditor. Kansas elects (November 4) governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, treasurer, auditor, attorney general, sup erintendent of public instruction and legislature. Maine elects (September 8) governor, secretary of state, treasurer and attorney general. Massachusetts elects (November 4) governor, Ueutei.ant governor, secretary of state, treasurer, auditor, attorney gen eral and legislature. Michigan elects (November4) governor. lieutenant governor, secretary of state, treasurer and ajditor. Minnesota elects (November 4) gov ernor, lieutenant governor, secretary of slate, treasurer and legislature. Missouri elects (November 4) a legis lature. Nebraska elects (November 4) governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, tieasurer, auditor, attorney general, super intf ndent of instructions, and legislature. Nevada elects (November 4) governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, treasurer, comptroller, attorney general, and legislature. New Hampshire elects (November 4) governor, secretary of state, treasurer, and legislature. New Jersey elects (November 4) treas urer, comptroller, and legislature. New York elects (November 4) a legis lature. North Carolina elects (November 4) a legislature. North Dakota elects (November 4) a legislature, Ohio electB (November 4) secretarv of state and legislature. Pennsylvania elects (November 4) gov' ernor, lieutenant governor, and Wioio. ture. Kticae island elected (April 2) a full state ticket and legislature. South Carolina elects (November 4) governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, comptroller, attorney general, snperintendant of instruction, and legis lature. South Dakota elects (Nevember 4) gov ernor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, auditor, treasurer, superintendent of instruction, attorney general, and com missioner of lands. Tennessee electa (November 4) gov ernor, secretary of state, treasurer, comp. EDITOKI VL COMMENTS. MORE democratic civil service reform. The Rhode Island Democrats are mak ing a prettv clean sweep in all the offices in that state. Legislative patronage is extensive in that slate, and it is pretty well calculated to kill any party that un dertakes to dispense it by the wholesale. Boston Herald. A DEMOCRATIC CIVIL SERVICE REFORMER. Gov. Abbett, of New Jersey, has dis missed all the Republican deputies in the state prison, and their places will be tilled by Democratic deputies. Now that the spoils svstem has got into prison, some body should turn the key on it and keep it there. Boston Herald. MUST ORGANIZE. Republican leagues are being organized in almost every town in New Mexico. The Republicans of Arizona must be thoroughly organized if thev hope to carry the territery this fall. Republicans of i'hecnix, set the ball rolling by organizing at once. l'hcouix Republican. IT MAKES TIIEM WRATH Y. It was a pretty heavy joke upon the English syndicate which bought up all the great breweries and malt bouses in the United States for Uncle ..Sain to put 30 cents per bushel tariff on barley. The old gentleman doesn't seem to study the interests of Canadiau barley raisers as much as he does those of his own farmers. It makes the average free trader very wrathy. Chicago Inter Ocean. SOL. SPIEGELBER6 Th old reliable inerchaut et 8ute Ke, baa added largely to his stock of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS And thnite In ueed of any article tu hi Hue would do well to call on hlui ON SAN FRANCISCO STRFET PE0FESSI0NAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. .n. iiit) m L.a ottice in Com. ty Court Hou-e. Will i.iaetl b in the Bi'V.-ral (Jnurta of ihe Ter ritory ami tliH U. A Land ottlre at Santo Fe Kx..iniutlmi of titles to .Siwuisli and iexi an Uiaiits. .Minus aiM otuer rally, ear ully anil ).r m,,tiy aneiiileil to. l-atuuta Uit lliuii su ch red. GEO. C. l'KKSTON, AFfnmm tl T iiv livin.. on.l .Im1 .... .1 Kiven to all uuMniwi i Dtruated to him. Will iMwiii;i: iu an uouris 01 me territory. RALPH K. TWITCHKLL, Attorney at Uw Spiegelberg block, Santa Fe, New Mexico. MAX FROST, attorney at Law, Banta Fe, New Mexico. UKO. W. KNAKBKL, Office In the Sena Building, Palace Avenae. I.UI1WUUUB urn seartiuiuK nueB a specialty. KDWAKU L. BAKIXKTT, Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Office over HKNKY L. WALDO. Atrnrney at Uw. Will practice In the several courts of the territory. Prompt attention given T. r. COHWAY. 8. 8. FOSKY. W. A. HAWKINS. COiWV AV, FOBKI HAWKINS, Attorneys wid Counselors at Law, Silver City ew Mexico. Prompt attention given to all imruKieu to oar care. Practice in all .c i-uurLH ui uie temwry. K. A. FliKB, Attorney and Counselor at Law, P. O. Boi bii a i ' "! imwuch iu supreme ana .101.11.1 uuHiuiui new Mexico, bpeclalat tention given to mining and Spanish and Mex Ican laud grant litigation. T. B. CATftON. J, H. XNAEBBL. J, w. CLANCY. CATRON, KNABBEL CLANCY, Attorneys at Law and solicitor. In Chancery. Hanta fe, New Mexico. Practice in all the V 11 h T 1KI"lrj- 01 tne arm will be .... ii viiiicb iu nauiK re. PHYSICIANS. J. H. SLOAN, H. D.. Physician andwrbroh. DENTAL SURGEONS. E. W. L'ENGLE, M. D., D. D. S. Devotes his entire attention to the practice of Mental Surgery. Office hours 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. Koom 13 Hotel (,'apltol building, Palace avenuo. Successor to Dr. Metcall. APPLY FOE INFORMATION About The Great Southwest WIlPPP 'ast year farmers netted '100 to I f iici c per ttt,Pe 0r fnii', grown u laud that can be duplicated to-day for S0 per 1 ere. Whppf flve ton ' altal's hV, worth ?12 per 11 iici c ton, was grown 011 land t.ie like of wkich can be bought for tir per acre. WhpPP many, many oth r products, inch as iivl e sweet potatoes, tomatoes aud eaily vegetables, netted as lore aud larger pr tits 1 ban fruit. WhpPP the summers are cnol, the winters fi iici c warm, cyclones unknown aud ma laria unheardof. Whom t'lere lsthebestopeu'uglu the world II IICI O for hoaKfl ludiistrv. To W. K. WH1TK, Passenger Traffic Mmnee'. A.. T. A K It. K., Or II K Ml V K. GKIKUSON, Immigration Ageir, ,1. i S K. K. K., 6t Kialt Building, Chlrago, 111. Thi railway pauses fhrnu -h twelv-' sinten and territories, ami timing no auiUofi sown t. sell ban no nhjeet in ailvHiK'i'ig Hie iu ,'retM of any special 1 Cfllily,or iu giving any ot'ier tliau at) oluiely reliable iii'onnHii'.u. It realizes tlui the pro.ieri y of the frtii'-r of the g eat south-we-t m aus prosperity t itself a mi niel u tuns nat rally willing 10 aid ihd imniig Hilt a.i much as possible. AtfrtVtfYlBRA Barber shoF KVKRYTrHlSO New, Neat, First Class Kant Slile of the tlat. HOTandCOLD BATHS W. J. SLAUGHTER, Prirltnr. Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Of Ibc Most Artistic Designs AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES. AT OLIIGER'S UNDERTAKING HOUSE, Jl I UIIU MHUUIIllOli Cur. Wat or an 1 . asi.itr sits., El Boletln Popular! At Hani rt, N. Al. IU3IIG SPANISH PIPER HI fill fflWuiiT, SUKMCICII'TION It.tl'KM: On Vr HI n .rn. 3 m.....i ARCHITECT and CGITR4CT0B Antonio Windsor. CLOSE FIGURING! MODERN METHODS! SKILLED MECHANICS! Claimaml Hii(tirtlonB rnrnlHhed on ai plicatf .in. CtrrRHifiriiw , Irltntf. Santa Fe. N. M. DR. SANDEH'a ELECTRIC BELT - v rcR "wrTO"'" l"sl "n lovs rM k8S" WK tlt'.llt- -'A'.t- JSTFIttn CUHE by ihUNit mmmttQiimm but aiio suspensok orHKI-'llND iiTTi'. MONKY, Mute r,.r tltls Hffrltir mr pose, Cure of tienerellte W'DUnps. glvlnft l-'rpel.v, Blllrt. Wrinth inn, Cnnllnuoue fun-rum ol hlprtrlcilv tliniik-h Bll w l- K PARTS, reitorius Ihrln lo II KA I.I II will Vllllllllll S NTIIEMI I II. PlfCtrlc I'urrenl rt-ll liiMlniilly, r we forfeit ff.ll In eiihti. BrJ-T end Susprnnory Complete iu. null up. Worst cases Per manflntl Cared la tiireo uoDttls. ticaletl pamplilet Free. SANOEN ELECTRIC CO., SIHHER BLOCK, DENVER, COll 3 tor ti.1!:!' or rn.11.anu MAMIJOOD Fl Bobuil, hcl'lr .iUMi(H) full Hr-tiirt-ii. IUih Inrnlartf n-iti ibiolulrlr nnUWun HOJIK '1 KKA'I MKT liae0li In m dr, tin tmtlry from 60 Mmitu ind l-rf ln ( ounlrlfi. Wrllc tiiem. 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Address. Prof, r. C FOWLEK. Uoodiu. conn.. Job Printing D. W. MANLEY, DB1TTIST. Orer C. M. Creamer's Drnar Store. OFFICE HOURS, . . 9 to 19. 3 to i REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND SURVEYORS. WILLIAM WHITE, U. 8. Deputy Surveyor arid U. 8. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Lonatlnm made upon public lands. Finnishes .i.i.iruiaiiou roianve to Hpaulsn and Mexican laud (rrants. Offices In Kiraohnor Block, eecomi floor, Santa Fe, N, M PUBLIC 1 ME SHORT LINE TO CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK, BOSTON, And All Points East. O. M. HAMPSON, Commercial Aart.i "noser BlOek. DBNTBR, OOU aTor Btoek Brekera, Mines, Baaks, Insoi avnoe Cumpenlea, Real Kstate, Bnalne Men, ete. Particular attentloa given i Descriptive l'aiiiihlets .f Mining Prop tlea. We make specialty of SHORT NOTICE, LOW PRICES, FINE WORK, PROMPT KXECUTION Stock Certificates SUBSCRIBE FOB Book publishing Bvery description of Book and Pamphlet work promptly and neatly eieeoted. Estimates nirniHtied on application. Jl yon hare manuscript write to Hanta re. New Maxtea, to the SEW ffiEXlCAU PRIIITING CO f earlerja, free, consistent TT bite editorial opin- I ions, hamper- . M S S. S A N T N o 51 Spedallj devoted to the T71 (fro wing intereeti of E in X 3f ! I if C s I r A A Uie rich and promising f "iming state of New Mexico, VESIB0DI WAITS IT. Btu . .r n,n tMMrtwtUmi mall job Printing executed wltk ear an. dispatch. Kstlmate. giB. Wark Rule tu order We ate the TO TO 1I1U UUillUUL FrB fSTI p IT BIT IU UliV Lands! UNDER IRRIGATING DITCHES. Choice Mountain Valley and Lands near h Fool IFOIR, SALE. - t..j.r';,' ..' !... y rj-jSr ml Wa 4.. In a, I we ' j? vSstJtriJtewTTIV.. w-fel. JrV tbe Irrljraflon of the prairies and Taller! between Ratoa and I ne nan a red miles of lanre irrie-fttinir rnala haTa baaa taint . m hi oouree ef construction, with water for 75,000 acres of laVMol. These lands with perpetual water rights will be sold cheap and oa tka tsjT terms of ten annual payments, with 7 per cent interest. la addition to the above there are 1,400,000 acres of lea tale, consisting mainly of agricultural lands. The climate is unsurpassed, and alfalfa, grain sad fruit of si grew to perfection and in abundance. The A., T. 4 8. F. railroad and the D., T. Fort Worth raKroad i anai property, anu omer roaus wui soon follow. Those wishing to view the ands can secore special rates oa the MsV Iwads, and wul have a rebate also en the same U they should bay IN ssrai Or more of land. Warranty Deeds Given. for fall particulars apply to The Maxwell Land Grant Co RATOTT. NEW "rvfEJXTOO rrndettrfcj WALKER J. C. SCHUMANN. Boots, Shoes, Leather and Findings steeps on hand s full assortment nf Ladles' sat Cliildreu'a Klue Shoes; al. rhe M dlnm and the Cheap les. I would cail espenlal attention Is my Call, d Lii'M Kip WAI.KKR Boots, a boe for men who do heavy work and seed a soft bat serviceable upper leather, with heavy, substan tial, triple soles ami standard sitrcw fasteot Orders by mail promptly attended to. r U. BOX 143, Santa Fe, N. II THE BROA) GAUGE SALOON! EAST IDE OP THE I'LAZA. The Choicest Liqu rs and Cigars. Club Rooms in Connection POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES. Keep en hand tb. eMulu. La Fanta.l. Cigar, .naranteed to b. Par. Fall HmnMM Phe -:- San -:. Felipe ALBUQUERQUE, H. M. The Leading Hotel in New Mexico. aw atari An KwBtrr. MTKIVTLV riKST CLASH. KBF1TTED AND KKr IKNIHH D. Hotel Coach and Carriages in Waiting at All Trains.- SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FAMILIES AND tkkmhj LARGE PARTIES. $2.60 to $3.00 per day. ft. W. MEYLERT Proor FINEST STANDARD PAPE1 Ihe New Mexican TIMMER . HOUSE 8ilvor City, New Mexico. FEED. O WRICHT. M.n.. J- A. MOSES. Fhoph EMIN6T0N STANDARD TYPE-WRITEB H".9i.bfe1 ,0u- rifteen ,Yars t.,e 8TANDAR0, and embraeea th. lata md highest tvohievements in inventive skill Send ran CrTZT lat KVYCKOFF. SEAUANS & BENEDICT, 'AV-VIS!?.