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Knghmd isn't looking for any row with this country just at present. 10 00 !2 00 M 00 W 00 '8 00 50 MO 00 .50 .'12 00 00 :',4 00 00 01) oo ;'-s oo 00 40 00 (0 12 00 00 44 OH oo i;. oo 50 is oo Insertions In "KomiU About Town'' column 23 centBft line, each inner! km, Preferred locals 10 cents j er line first insertion and 5 cents pi r line laoh nihseijueut insertion. Legal clertiBiui! 11 per inch per day lor (Irst sis iuseitioiis, 7, ci ins per it ch per day fornext lx mseit oijs, iOteuts ptr tluy tor subsequent insertions. All contracts auil bills kr advsrtising payable moiitlil). All commnmcaikius inteuded tor publication most be accompanied by the writer's name and address not lor publication but as an evidence of good faith, and ghould bo addressed to the aditor. Letters pertaining to business should tM) addressed to Nkw Mhik .is Printing Co. Santa Fe, New Mexico. "The Nbw Mexican is the oldest uews- PMwr lu New Mexico. U is sent to every Post omce in the Territory and has a large aud grow ing circulation among the intelligent and pro gressive people of the southwest. MONDAY, JULY 14. Constitutional Convention Cull. Los Lisas, N. M., ) June, 15, 18110.) Tn pursuance of the authority conferred by a resolution of the constitutional con vention assembled in Santa Fe, N. M., in September, ISSIh I hereby call a meeting of said convention to be held at the terri torial capital in Santa Fe, N. M., on the 18th day of August, 18110, at 10 o'clock in the foreuoon. J. Francisco Chavez, President of the Const'al. Con. During, the Democratic administration, from 1885 to 188(i, the expenses of the territorial prison amounted to $52,000 per annum. During the first year under a Republican regime, from March 4, 1889, to March 4, 1890, the expenses, with the same number of prisoners, were $211,000. It is plain to any person who can read and understand that the management under the Democratic administration was dishonest, and the management under a Republican administration is honest. That is all. Tin: editor of the Memphis Avalanche has been up to Chicago and has been talking a little, lie gives it out cold that the negro luis either got to quit voting or be driven into Mexico. Well, hardly this year. 1 1 any Republican, ambitious and as piring, is of the opinion that getting him self pulled in the Democratic boodle sheets of this territory, for a consideration, is of any benelit to him, he will find himself badly mistaken, as time rolls around, lie will tind that the proof of the pudding is in the eating. Gov. Hiu. and Gov. Gray have taken ihe advice of the New York Sun and "got together." They have formed an alliance against ( irover Cleveland and L'ditor Jones of the St. Louis Republic, and there is wailing and gnashing of teeth in the ranks of the western Democracy. Tiieke really seems to be serious trou ble brewing among our South American neighbors. II arises out of the proposed uuion of states between the governments of Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua, San Salvador and Guatemala. T ho head of ficials want to see the union effected, but the people are opposed to it for fear they may unknowingly give away their rights. Suoi i.i) the next legislature of Kansas prove to be anti-Ingalls, it is probable that Geo. R. Reck, the worthy general solicitor for the A., T. & S. F. company, will tigure prominently as a senatorial aspirant. Mr. Peck is one of the new west's ablest men, and Kansas would have to hunt a long time before it linds a man more fully eguipped to step into Ingtills' senatorial shoes. During three and a halt years of the Ross boodle administration of the terri torial penitentiary there was received from thelaborof convicts and the feeding of United States prisoners the sum of $7,500. During the first twelve months of the present Republican administration from March 4 1S89, to March 4 1S90, (there being about the same number of prisoners in the institution year per year, from 1885 to 1890) there was received the amount of $8,000, from the same source. Facts are facts and these facts mean that the present administration of the terri torial prison is honest and economical and efficient, and that the Democratic administration under ex-Gov. Ross was dishonest, extravagant and inefficient. Mexico is fortunate in having jfti able a man as Minister Romero to represent her interests at Washington, lie is a small man, quite pale, apparently nt in the best of health, aged probably 48 years. He is a rapid thinker and a deliberate talker: thoroughly dignified, yet very genial. The best evidence of his ability is found in the fact that in his lung serv- I ice at the American capital he has never : made any mistakes. The people of Mex ' ico may well be proud of such a repre- Oi k good friends in Las Cruces did well and builded better than they knew themselves, w hen they secured the loca tion of the agricultural college at that place. It is very probable that they will receive the right pert little sum of $30,(100 per year from the federal government for the maintenance of that institution, be sides what the college will receive yearly from the territory. Riurht nice little wind fall that for them. Well, we are glad of it. The agricultural college will prove of great value and benefit to the people of New Mexico. At present the appropria tion from the federal government amounts to $15,000 per annum. Tub people of New Mexico must not forget that under the Ross boodle admin istration, from 1885 to 1S8, when this territory was cursed with corrupt judges and dishonest federal and territorial court officials, the cost of running the courts was $160,000 per year ; the people must not forget that, ov ing to wise and bene tidal legislation passed by a Republican legislature over the veto of that boodle governor, put into oflcce by Grover Cleve land, and owing to a jusi and honest ad ministration of the courts, the entire ex pense of their administration for the first twelve months of tho present Republican regime, amounted to only $t0,000, in which sum there is included an estimate ot a deficiency in the pay of jurors, etc., of about $10,000 ; this means that under the Democratic administration the people of New Mexico were systematically and constantly robbed by corrupt iudges and dishonest court officials. The department of justice has pretty thoroughly sifted the scheme to gobble up Lower California, and it appears that a strong case has been made out against the wilv Englishmen who were at the head of the movement. It is shown that Major Scott, the general manager of the company, booming Ensenada and other points, was no less a personage than an Knglish military engineer actual ly in her majesty's service, but at San Diego on leave of absence. For being caught in this piece of mischief the valu able property of the company is likely to be confiscated by the Mexican government. Water makes great cities in the south west, and, this being so,Trinidad is pretty sure to be a great city. Its city council has just voted $100,000 in bonds to put in a complete new water service. In refusing to appropriate moneys to carry out the provisions of the Powell ir rigation act of 1888, ihe senate has prac tically rendered the law a dead letter and congress ought now to go one step further and wipe it out entirely. Major Towell, too, has doubtless concluded ere this that its usefulness is gone, but its object solely was to provide increased appropriations for the geological survey. Under tins act Major Powell secured $100,000 in 1888; in 18S9 $250,000, and this year he asked for $770,700, aud failed to get it. It would be interesting to know just how many storage reservoirs have actually been surveyed and located with the $1,120, 000 he has had the handling of during the past three years. In many large cities of the country tho question oi water supply is becoming a momentous one. N'ew York, Chicago, San Francisco, Denver and Pueblo are in the throes just now over inadequate wutor supply and in this several cities of tho southwest, HI Paso, Albuquerque, Las Yegns and Santa Fe are not behind the times, all have complaints to make. Also Trinidad, lmf in the latter city there is a progressive board of aldermen and they have just voted to issue $100,000 and make their water supply w hat it. should be. This is the advantage of a city gov ernment. Santa Fe ouM do likewise were she incorporated. P.u t'EHisM and disease from abroad w ill no longer gain admission to this country after a few weeks time. Physicians rep resenting the 1'. S. mariife hospital ser vice and working under direction of the various consular representatives are to be located at every port in Kurope from which emigrants embark for this country, and those immigratiug to the United States are to be put through examination aud if lame, halt, blind or poor they are to be denied admission to American ports. This is a timely precaution, for already many thousands of foreign born paupers aud those sull'ering from disease have rilled up the charitable institutions of this country. Harpers, Tile Century, Scribnefos the North American and all other magar.incs bound in first-class style and cheap at the New Mexican bindery. Finest and best iob work in the terri- ! tory and most excellent binding at the I Nfw Mexican- printing otlice. Caution. I Immitations have been foisted upon the J market so closely resembling Allcoek's j Porous Plasters in general appearance as ! to be well calculated to deceive. It is, ! however, in general appearance only that 1 they compare with Allcoek's, for they are ! worse than worthless, inasmuch as they contain deleterious ingredients which are apt to cause serious injury. Remember that Allcoek's are the only genuine porous plasters the best external remedy ever known ; and w hen purchasing plasters do not only ask for but see that you get All cock's Porous Plasters. Allcoek's Corn and Bunion Shields ef fect quick and certain relief. The September constitution must be carried ; no matter how fair, liberal, ad vanced and just the document is, the Democratic bosses and ringsters, and the lew sorehead Republicans, who oppose it, would oppose it and denounce it any way. Go ahead with the document as it is and submit it to the people in Novem ber next, and if the people of New Mexico or the majority of them are not sufficient ly intelligent and patriotic, do not know what is good for them, and defeat the constitution by their votes, well then, so let it be; that is all there is of it; dilly dallying and cowardice will not do ; amend ing the constitution because the Republi can party's enemies want it amended, is the merest and bloodiest rot ; the instru ment needs no amending and could not be made any better.. The apportionment therein is au entirely too fair a One, and the howl of the Democratic bosses and boodlers that the apportionment is an unfair one, is not only a false one, but also a foolish one. In fact, the trouble with the apportionment is that the Repub licans in the convention did not look out for the interests of their party, w hich are identical with the best interest of the people, as they should have done. As usual, the Republicans wanted to be fair, and not satisfied with being straight and honest in the matter, they wanted to be too straight. And of course, no matter how just and fair the apportionment, the Democratic ringsters, and boodlers, and ex-federal officials, who always gave and still give the fair name of this territory a black eye, howled fraud, fraud ami fraud. Just imagine, what would have happened, if that sweet-smelling gang had had the power to make the apportionment. They would have followed the example of their party leaders in every state, where they have power and absolutely aud practically disfranchised the Republican counties; just look at the recent actions of the Democratic party in Ohio and Maryland, and see how outrageously and dishonestly the Democratic legislatures acted, and how they gerrymandered the congressional districts of the states named. Look at the actions cf that party in the solid south ; behold the doings of it in New Jersey and Indiana! Any man, who expects any decent or honest thing from the gang that runs that party in New Mexico, is a blooming idiot and ought to soak his head. Let us have no old woman policy for this campaign. Let us relegate the old woman policy to the rear ; let us have an early, energetic aud courage ous campaign ; the record of the Republi can party is all right, and we can well afford to go into the campaign upon it aud make our stand thereon. There is nothing made by trying to conciliate one's enemies, especially such men as compose the boodle gang, that runs the Democratic party in New Mexico, not for the good of that party, or for the good of the people, but in order to carry its nefarious, dis honest and selfish schemes. Let us stand manfully by the colors we have hoisted and the measures we have advocated; the rank and file of the parly and, in fact, all good citizens so demand ; if the majority ot the people of New Mex ico do not want statehood and are content to remain in a condition of vassalage, tutelage and torpor, why, well and good. Progressive and live men will have to leave the territory and go, where pros perity, progress and good chances for ad vancement exist. If we are beaten in a fair and good fight, we have no complaint to make. But let us make the fight, and let us make it as we ought to make it and can make it. The good of any one sec tion, of any faction, of any set, or of any one man, must be subordinated to the good of the whole. Come, wake up, bestir yourselves and start in ready and eager for the fray. We are not afraid of the result. Job Printing. Merchants and others are hereby re minded that the New Mexican is pre pared to do their printing on short notice and at reasonable rates. Much of the job printing now going out of town should come to tite New Mexican office. There in no better excuse for sending out of town for printing than there is for sending away for grocerios or clothing. Our mer chants should consider these things. The New Mexican is acknowledged the lead ing paper of this section. The patronage of the people will enable us to keep it so. SOL. SPIEGELBERG The old reliable merchant at Santa Pa. has added largely hit stock of GENTS' Fill NG GOODS And those In need of any art tele In hli line would do well to call on him. ON SAN FRANCISCO STREET PK0FESSI0NAL 0AKDS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. JOHN P. VICTORY, Attorney at Law. Office In County Court House. W ill practice in the several Court! ot the Ter ritory ami the U. 8 Laud Otlice at Santo Fe. examination of titles to Spanish and Mexican Grants, Mines, and otber realty, carefully and promptly i.ttemled to. Patents for Mines secured. GEO. C. I'ltBSTON, Attorney at Law. Prompt and careful attention Kivcu to all business' utrusted to him. Will practice in all courts of the territory. RALPH K. TW1TCHELL, Attorney at Law Spiegelberg block, Santa Fe, New Mex o. . MAX FROST, arroRNEY at Law, Santa Fe, New Mexico. OKO. V. KNAEBK1, Office in the Sena Building, Palace Avenue. Collections and Searching Titles a specialty. EDWARD L BAKTLETT, Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Muxlce. Office over Second National Bank. HENRY L. WALDO, Attorney at Law. "Will practice in the several courts of the territory. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to his care. t. r. conway. e. e. posby. w. a, hawkins. CONWAY, POSEY A HAWKINS, Attorneys ind Counselors at Law, Silver City New Mexico. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to onr care. Practice in all the courts of the territory. E. A. FISKE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, P. O. Box "F," Santa Fe, N. M practices in supreme and all district courts of New Mexico. Special at tentlon given to mining and Spanish and Mex ican land Kraut litigation. T. B. CATBON. 3. H. KNiBBKL. F. W. CLANCY. CATRON, KNAEBEX A CLANCY, Attorneys at Law and Solicitors in Chancery, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Practice in all the Courts in the Territory. One of the firm will be at all times in Santa Fe. REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND SURVEYORS. WILLIAM WHITE, O. S. Deputy Surveyor and U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Locations made npon public lands. Furnishes information relative to Spanish and Mexican land grants. Offices in Klrscbner Block, second floor. Santa Fe. N. M D. W. MANLEY, DBlsTTIST. Over C. M. Creamer's Drug Store. OFFICE HOURS, - 9 to IS, S to 4 JNO. HAMPEL, fin, Tar and Gravel PLUMBING uNO GAS FITTING, Lowest prices and first cl work, LOWER 'FHISCO ST., BANT FEN. J. W. OLINGER, H-anii-i-l Cor. Water and Hod Oa'nar Its., SIMON RLGER Contractor & Biiler. Cabinet Making i, fall kinds, and repair ing dune promptly and in ii firsl vlase man ner; flung and repairing shvvs. Shop, four doors below Mclinepple's, on 'Frisco Street El Boletin Popular! A Spanish Weekly Paper published I at Sauta Fe, N. M. imm SPANISH PAPER Of THE TERRITORY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear.aS. 6 Mas., ai.50. 8 moi.,11 Lands! UNDER LRRIGATfflG DITCHES. TMJLII Farm Choice Mountain Valley and lands near the Foot Uilh FOE, SjSlLB. Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Of Ibc Most Artistic Designs AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES. AT OLINGER'S UNDERTAKING HOUSE, ARCHITECT andCONTRACTOR ANTONIO WINDSOR. CLOSE FIGURING! MODERN METHODS! SKILLED MECHANICS! si 1 vwWiw y Li t 14 t i m M I . Xr Vn: I v. 1 s a ' I I I t i H ll.' NLrK..,..!,'. . SaAfa. i l nana aud Specifications furnlahed ou ap- j plication. Co rrea pond once solicited. j Lower 'Frisco Street. Santa Fe, N. M. A ISx of Safety Matches Free with I THE PELTON WATER WHEEL Gives the highest efficiency of any wheel in the world. VETS AWT iw res, a h o fw K brifaJlon of the prairiea ad TsJlera between Raton and SpffaMt bund red lailes of large Irrigating canals lum beta boMiTft w in wiii .-i oi uoaatruuuon, wttn water lor 4 0,WHf acres or IMMt new land with perpetual water righto will be sold cheap and on tltt aW lerrna trf tii annual payments, with 7 per cent Interest la a-IJition to the above there are 1,400,000 acre ol Um4 in ol, eooaurting mainly of agricultural lands. The cKmste U unsurpassed, and alfalfa, grain aad fruit of al i grew to perfection and in abundance. The A., T. a 8. F. railroad and the D., T. A Fort Worth railroad i f"vF1' lJ f vmo lUHUfl TVU1 mWU 1UUUW Thoea wishing to view the audi can eecur specUl rates oa th mma. and will have a rebate alao en the some if they should bay 100 W arranty Deeds Given. e fall pRrii.-uiars apply to The Maxwell Land Grant Co RATON, - ITBW MEXICO FISCHER BREWING CO. MAMiraOTUKKRS Of The Greatest Mechanical AehleTemeat of Modern Times, More Than 700 In Use In All Farts of the I World. Good lor any head above 20 fee and adapted to I every variety oi service. PKLTON WATER MOTORS. j Varying from the fraction of one op to 12 and 15 1 horse power. Inclosed in Iron cases and ready tot pipe con j nectlons. j Uneqnaled for all kinds of light tanning j machinery: Warranted to develop a given amonnt of power with one-half the water reqnired by any other. Send for clrcnlara. Address The Pelton Water Wheel Co 121 and 123 Main St.. Ban Francisco, Cal. j Strictly FINEST ure Lager Beer! till o MINERAL WATERS. (Truls Bark. SXJBSORIBB FOR The beat advertising medians. In the entire soathwest. and giving each day the earliest and fullest report of the legislative and court pro ceedings, military movements and ther matters of general Interest centring at the territorial capital. thePJewMexicam Connected with the establishment ll a Job offlce newly snrnlshed with material and machlaeey, In which work la tnrned out expeditiously and cheaply; and a bindery whose specialty of fine blank book work and ruling la not excelled by any. eveeyboFtTakts IT. WALKER BOOT if J. G. SCHUMANN, Boots, Shoes, Leather and Findings Keeps on haul a fall assortment of Ladles' aad Children's Fine Shoes; also the Medlam and tae Cheap gr"des. I would call especial attention to my Calf Mid LiM Kip WALKER Boots, a bee for men who do heavy work and need a soft bat serviceable npper leather, with heavy, ubttaa tial, triple soles and standard screw fan tent t Orders by mail promptly attended to. P. 0. Box 143, Santa Fe, N. M The-:- San--.- Felipe ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Tte Leading Hotel in New Mexico. Rim MANAGEMENT. REFITTED AMD REECUNIHHKn. STRICTLY IIUI CLASS. TOURISTS' HJCAIH1E ANTES Sotel Ooaph and Carriages in Waiting at All Traina, ePEClAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FAMILIES AND LARGE PARTIES. TERMS! $2.60 to $3.00 per day. Q. W. MEYLERT PrODI, THE IPEOOS VALLEY1 THE GREAT B E LT of NEW MEXICO ! 1000 Miles Nearer all Eastern Markets than California. Tlie canal system of the PFX'OS I1MMOATION AND IMPROVKMI3NT COMPANY rovers KOO.OOO acres of MAGNIFICENT LAND in this MATCHLESS LOCALITY. The land is all PUBLIC DOMAIN and antrnlle at the Government price, of . $1.25 ' ONE DOLLAR AND TWENTY-FIVE CENTS PER ACRE! Hf , t S1.25 FlthsT limit i- Desert A t, Timl.er Culture, I're-einption or llomcstea'l Laws. The noil is a rid., elio.-olatc-colored, sandy loam, from six t twenty ieet deep, underlaid by lime-stone. In fact it is a lime-Stone region UNSURPASSH IN RICHNESS hy the famous Cumberland Valley. With an altitude of Jl.r.OO (-H above sea level, it has ' A CLIMATE WONDERFULLY EQUABLE AND HEALTHY ! No snows; no Northers; nt liniDness: no malaria; no c oiisnim.timi ! IM'KE, ...! ABUNDANT WATER; no 1 here produces live cuttings) ef nlfalf.t the i enr. ant two erops of grain; wheat, oats and barley being harvested in June and corn then planted on the same land bcii.tf cut in tho Auiuu.11. lor further particulars, address, "THE PECOS IRRIGATION AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY," Eddy, Eddy County, New Mexico.