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By NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO. ttf Entered as Stcoud t".ss mutter at the sn.i'ta Fe Post Office. One of the treasuries of the world : New Mexico. Tut finest New Mexico. limate on the continent : RATES OF SCBNl'KI Psilv, per week, by rarrlpr. Ji.'iilv, pur mouth, by carrier . Hally, per mouth, by mail. . uaily, three month, by man. Dally, six mouths, by mail. L'aily, one year, by innll Weeklv, per mouth Weekly, per quarter. . . . Weeekly, per six moutha. Weekly, per year Tin: finest fruit country on the conti nent : New Mexico. ! 00 : 1 00 I ! M ADVKItriSINO I AXES. Fin n growing is destined to be a highly .") oo ; prosperous industry in New Mexico. u oo Tin: congress of the t'nited .States must 2 oo ; pass Hie oiti lorineseiueiueiii ui our mini ; grant question and land claims at this . ' session. I. 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Letters pertaining to business should be addressed to Naw Mexican Friutinn Oo. Santa Fe, New Mexico. n-The New Mexican is the oldest news piper in New Mexico. It is sent to everv Post omce in the Territory and has a large and grow ing circulation among the intelligent aud pro gressive people of the southwest N : . h ; : ; : n sound about those Re publican league resolutions adopted yes terday. New Mexico and statehood are ail '''t. 6oiM5 00 Let the friends of the public schools 'i Si lJ,!iI! ! now crow. Those sore-heads who have 6 ft0!20 OO l 7 oo 22 oo ; had the iloor for a few months can crawl 7 .'i0'24 OO I . , 8 50126 00 1 into their holes. 9 00 28 00 ) 60 80 00 10 j0 32 00 1 1 00 34 00 12 00 36 00 13 00 88 O0 14 00 40 OO 15 tO 42 00 17 00 41 00 IK 00 46 00 Unity, harmony, organization, stand ing shoulder to shoulder, will carry the day for the Republicans of New Mexico at the coming elections. On; friends, the enemy, are getting alarmed. They have good cause to be. Defeat will be their portion on the 4th of November next. So it is written. SATURDAY. JULY 26. Constitutional Convention Call. Los Li nas, N. M., June, 15, ISi'O.) In pursuance oi the authority conferred by a resolution of the constitutional con vention assembled in Santa Fe, N. M., in September, 188ft, 1 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, 181)0, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. J. Francisco Chavez, President of the Const'al. Con. Di.ec trr ity has already astonished the world with its wonders, but the half has not yet been revealed. The Pullmans and Westinghouses are said to be in con trol of an invention that will revolutionize the present method of railway transit, an appliance whereby all trains are moved, with double the present rapidity, by electricity. Judge Newcomh struck the key-note of the coming campaign in his address before the Republican league yesterday when he said the next election will solve the question whether New Mexico shall be admitted as a state or remain a terri tory for an indefinite period. The Re publican party says New Mexico shall be aduiitted. THE SAN PEDE0 COPPER MINES. The New Mexican, again calls atten tion to the exhaustive, able and correct reports of Prof. M. F. Cazin, and of Captain John Daniell well and favorably known as a mining engineers of experience, honesty and learning, on the copper and other mines of the San Pedro Copper company located in Santa Fe county, and published in this issue in an other column. These reports are publish ed by the Ni:v Mexican at great expense and for no other purpose and with no other renumeration,than the one of bene fitting the mining interests ot this county and the general prosperity of the terri tory. In this as in all other cases, w herever and whenever possible to advance the in terests of any part of New Mexico, the New Mexicam will be found in the front rank, sparing neither work, expense or timfi to accomolish eood for the territory, During three and a halt years oi me , any of itB industries, or any part thereof, Ross boodle administration of the tern- Di rinq the Democratic administration, from 1885 to 188ft, the expenses of the territorial prison amounted to $5 ,000 per annum. During the first year under a Republican regime, from March 4, 1881), to March 4, 1800, the expenses, with the same number of prisoners, were $20,000. 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. has dono so much toward its successful career, should be re-elected its president. The Ni;w Mexican is especially gratified at the resolutions passed unanimously by that large body of influential citizens on yesterday. The Republicans of New Mexico, following the example of the Re publicans all over this broad country, from the waves of the Atlantic te the waves of the Pacific, from the waves of the great lakes to the waves of the gulf of Mexico, are ulways courageous and strong in expressing their sentiments. The Re publicans who assembled here yesterday hailed from all sections of New Mexico ; from the grassy plains of Colfax to the silver hills of Grant, from the rolling prairies of the Pecos to the heavily tim bered Zuni mountaini ; they with one voice proclaimed and asserted, that the Republicans of New Mexico, individually and collectively, approved and indorsed the administration of President Harrison ; approved the recent legislation in favor of silver by a Republican congress; favored strongly and une quivocally protection to American industries and the passage of the McKinley bill ; condemned the passage of the alien land bill, passed under a Demo cratic administration, that keeps foreign capital out of New Mexico ; demanded of congress the repeal of the law of October 2, 1888, also passed by a Democratic house and approved by a Democratic president, that prevents settlers from settling in the arid regions and obtaining title to their claims ; condemn the present delegate Antonio Joseph, for gross neglect of duty and inefficiency ; demand full and fair and just elections and an honest count ; call upon congress for the speedy passage of a law providing for the settlement of our Spanish and Mexican grants and land titles : speak in the strongest and most fervent language in favor of public schools, free American public schools, and univer sal education and call upon the people to send friends of the public school system only to the legislature ; indorse the action of congress in granting liberal pensions to the soldiers of the late war; condemn the Perkins bill as an unwarranted attempt to interfere with New Mexico's local af fairs ; fully approve the September consti tution and call upon the people to ratify the same in the coming elections. The action of yesterday's convention is one of which not only the Republicans of New Mexico, but in fact all good, law- abiding and patriotic citizens, may well be proud. A spirit of progress, advance ment, manhood, honesty and independ ence was manifested, that augurs well for the future of the territory and shows plainly and beyond peradventure that the people of New Mexico are ready and fully qualified for self government. The New Mexican congratulates the Republican party of New Mexico and the people of the territory upon the success of the Republican league club movement. which is proving of great benefit to New Mexico and will prove of still greater bene fit in the future. torial penitentiary there was received from the labor of 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 1880, to March 4 ISftO, (there being about the same number of prisoners in the institution year per year, from 1885 to 1800) there was received the amount of $8,000, from the same source. Facts ar- facts and these facts moan 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. The people of New Mexico must not forget that under the Ross boodle admin istration, from 1883 to 1S80, 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, owing to wise and bene ftcial legislation passed by a Republican legislature over the veto of that boodle governor, put into office by Grover Cleve land, and owing to a jusi an'1 honest ad ministration of the courts, th6 entire ex cense of their administration for the first twelve months of the present Republican regime, amounted to only $00,000, in which sura there is Included an estimate ol 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. Ths movement in favor of a law pro viding for county surveyors is gaining ground throughout' the territory. THE PAUSTIN 0ETIZ MUBDER. Judge Whiteman will preside at the coming term of the district court. That being the case the New Mexican takes occasion to remind his honor that a foul and dastardly murder, namely the mur der of Faustin Ortiz, was committed in this town a few months ago. The New Mexican further takes occasion to say, that the peace officers of the county have so far made no perceptible or successful effort for the detection of the person or persons who committed this foul crime, The New Mexican therefore is of the opinion, that the judge should specially instruct the grand jury at the coming term of court in this matter as to its duty and power; that his honor should select a foreman of that body who will do his duty fearlessly under his oath and as an honest and law abiding citizen should, The good name of the people of New Mexico and of this county and the cause of honest and just government demand that the officers of the law and of the court and the coming grand jury make every possible effort for the detection of the perpetrators of the horrible crime, It should be demonstrated, that the day is past, when such deeds can be commit ted without detection and without pun ishment. THE REPUBLICAN LEAGUE CONVENTION, The convention held yesterday in the capital city of New Mexico, of the Repub lican league clubs in New Mexico, was a grand success. Forty-two clubs were rep resented by 150 delegates. The credit for this magnificent showing is largely due to the organizing ability and untiring energy of the president of the league, the Hon. A L. Morrison. That the organization will do great work toward the success of the Republican party in the coming elections can not be doubted. It has already been very effective in the matter of orgaaizing the Republican voters of New Mexico into compact and useful working clubs, and will within the next two months no doubt treble and quadruple its work. It was but a fitting tribute, that Judge Morrison, who SOL. SPIEGELBERG The old reliable merchant et Bant Fe, has added largely tc hl( stock of GENTS' PEOFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. JOHN F. VICTUBY, Attorney at Law. Office In C'ouuty Court House. Will practice in the several Courts of theTer rltorv aud the U. d l.aml Otlice at Snuto Ke. Kvumiimtimi of titles to Snanish anil Mexican Urauta, Sluea, and other realty, carelullv and . , d promlUy am, ,,, nrBtcIa9aniu- promptly ttteuded to. Patent lor Mine ce- SIMON r.LGHR Contractor & Buier. Cabinet Making of all kliid, and repair- iMMimUNIGIUHT cared. GEO. C. I'KESTO.V, I Attornev at Law. Prompt and careful attention ! given to all business, utrnsted to him. Will practice lu all courts ot the territory. , tier; filing and repairing ann-a. I 8hnp, four dnnra lirlow SrHnopiile,a, uii 'Friiinu Street RALPH K. TWIXCHELL, Attorney at Law Hplegelberg block, Santa Fe, r.ew Aiexicu. MAX FROST, &TTORNKY AT Law, Santa Fe. New Mexico. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, Office In the Sena Bntldiuff, Palace Avenue. Collections and Searching Titles a specialty, KUWAKD L. Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Second National Bank. BAKTLKTT, Office over HENRY l WALDO, Attorney at -Law. Will practice in the several court ol the territory. Prompt attention given to all basmess in crusted to nis care. T. F. CONWAY. 8. 8. POSEY, W. A. HAWKINS. CONWAY, POSKY ft HAWKINS, Attorney ind Counselors at Law, Silver City New Mexico. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to our care. Practice in all the courts ol the territory E. A. FISKK, , .- anA rw.Bali at. Tjiw. P. n. Rot "F," Santa Fe, N. M practices in supreme aud all district courts ol New Mexico. Special at teution given to mining aud Spanish audMex- lcan lauu Kraut iuiKuou. T. B. CATRON. J. H. KNAEBEL. F. W. ULAWUT. CATRON, KNAKBEL ft CLANCY, AttomeTi at Law and Solicitors in Chancery. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Practice in all the ;ourts in tne Territory, une oi we mm ww uv at all times in Santa Fe. REAL ESTATE AGENTS AUD SUR VEYORS. WILLIAM WHITE, O, 8. Depnty Surveyor and TJ. 8. Deputy Mineral ourveyur. Twtlnn made nnou Dublic lands. Famishes information relative to Spanish and Mexican land grants. Otnces in K.irscnuer am i., wx.uuu floor, Santa Fe. N. M D. W. MANLEY, DEISTTIST. Over C. M. Creamer's Drag Store. OFFICII! HOURS, - - 9 to 19, to Marble and Granite monuments! Or the Most Artistic Gdgrc AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES, j AT OLINGER'S UNDERTAKING HOUSE,: arm Lands! UNDER IRRIGATING DITCHES. Choice Mountain Valley and Lands near the Fool Hilh FOR SAXjE. ARCHITECT antJCONTRACTOR ANTONIO WINDSOR. CLOSE FIGURING! MODERN METHODS! SKILLED MECHANICS! Plana ami Specifications furnished on ap plication. Correspondence solicited. Santa Fe, N. M. OFFICE, Lower 'Frisco Street, Talk is Cheap; it's Quality that Sella Kg JNO. HAMPEL, fin, Tar and Gravel PLUMBING M GAS FITTING. Lowest prices and flrat cl work. LOWER 'FRISCO ST., 8ANT fK N.M THE PELTOH WATER WHEEL Gives the highest efficiency ot any wheel in the world. A WEAK MAN Can now cure himself of the deplorable results ol early abuse, aud erfeetly restore his vigor and vitality A,y the Great Australian Remedy. The remarkable cures of hopeless cases of nervous debility and private eom plalnte are everywhere stamping out quackery. The medicino, a physician's gilt to suffering humanity, will be sent free to those afflicted. Address DR. M. B. TAYLOR, 809 Mark et bt reut, San Francisco FURNISHING GOODS ON And those In need of anj article In his line wenld do well to eall on him. SAN FRANCISCO STREET Helphenstein Hotel! A. HELPHENSTEIN, Iro. Taos, New Mexico. ihi. fental V,a thnrmioHlv l- VIBIIUII Will UUU mm uuw,i . uv j rarst-class. Special attention given commercial men. . a"Transportation to or Torn Kmbudo at easy rates. Boston, Mass. CAPITAL SURPLUS 1400,000 600.000 Accounts of Banks, Bankers and Corporations solicited. Our facilities for COLLECTIONS are excellent and we re-discount for Banks when balances warrant It. Boston is a Reserve City, and balances with us from Banks (not located in other Reserve Cities) count an a reserve. WnrinvnnrAvn Exchange on London and the Continent, and make transfers aud place money by telegraph throughout the united States and Canada. We have a market for prime first-class Invest ment Becurities, aud invite proposals from Mtnt-tia. rnunHeii and Cities when issuinir bonds. We do a general Banking Business, aud invite correspoudence. Asa P. POTTER. Prest. JOS. W. WORK, Cashier. J. W. OLINGER, H-and-i-E ELECTRIC BELT Owing: to the km iAAIi lf thfl HAW "(JaUl Klertrlc BunDMwory hmi, ' j have reduced the price froi to 04, which makes. t the cheap- . iMnum A Ult'l .T In t k Vi . a"nd superior to others which are 3'i54!ZBH at from-vio to 130. Free by mall (ot 84 or Til BRH belts for 10.Hendfor circular. .".Ulrnss, :alif..riila Klcrtnc IMM o . Boa nPranrin.(:al orollat 7l Mafk.'tM..B. r 7V KZJ I VW I 2& "UFO ' The Greatest Mechanical Achievement of Modern Tlmea, More Than 700 In Use In All Parta of the World. Good for any head above 20 fee and adapted to every variety of service. PELTON WATER MOTORS. Varying from the fraction of one up to 12 and 16 horse power. Inclosed in iron cases and ready for pipe con neotions. Oneqaaled for all kinds of light running machinery. Warranted to develop a given amount of power with one-half the water required by any other. Send for circulars. Address The Pelton Water Wheel Co 121 and 123 Main St.. San Francisco, Cat 5HARSH0RN'S, SELF-ACTINSV SHADE ROLLERS Beware of Imitations, NOTICE AUTOGRAPH an LABEL kVTl OCT HE GENUINE HARTSHORft F 3 nnCITIl'C For LOST or FAILING MANHOOD A rUdl I llC General kii.I NERVOUS DEBILITY flTTTl TP Weaknew of Budyand Hind: Effeot J U Xli X of Errci or Excesses in Old or Young w UMItr fr 41 att', territories, "id Kerelfn Imntri loneu vrltetluim. Honk, 'JIm'1". ,t.';"j"I MMi ln. eiMre- Ult MttlCAl CO.. WFFA10.I. I Cer. Water and "oo Oasuar tits., APPLY FOE IN FORMATION Abont The Great Southwest Whoro last year farmers netted 1100 to 1200 H llcl c per acre for fruit, grown on land that can bo duplicated to-day for $30 per acre. Whom AT toni of alfalfa hay, worth 112 per IIIICIC ton, was grown on land the like of which can be bought for T16 per acre. Uhora many, many other produots, such at IIIICIC sweet potatoes, tomatoes and early vegetables, netted as large and larger profits than fruit. Whom the summers are cool, the winter! IIIICIC warm, cyclones unknown and ma laria unheard of. Uhnrn there is the best opening In the world II IICI C for honest industry. To W. F. WHITE, Passenger Traffic Mr.nager, A.,T. &8. F. R. R., Or HENRY F. ORIERSON, Immigration Agent, A., T. & 8. F. R. R., 623 Rialte Building, Chicago, 111. Th is railway passes through twelve statea and territories, and having no landsof its own to sell has no object, in advancing the interests of any eriAfial lnnalltv nr in crlvlnff flrlV Other than ab solutely reliable information. It realises that the prosperity of the farmers of the great sown prosperity to itself also, and la thus natnrally willing to aid the immigraut as mucn west mi aus i as possible. C1AREND0N POULTRY YARDS; EOGS FOR HATCHING. j Silver Wyandottes, Light Brahmas, Houdans. Gronnd Bone, Oyster Shell, Meat Scraps, Drinking Fountains and Imperial Egg Food. Address ARTHUR BOYLE, Santa Fe. N. M. CLARENDON GARDEN Home Grown Fruits and Fruit Trees, free from Disease and Insect Pests. ARTHUR BOYLE. Agent for the Nixon Noiale A Machine Co. Ia prepared to take orders for spraying Orchards with Nixon's Little Giant Ma chine and Climax Spray Noacle and In. eet Poison. Correspondence Solicited. p. O. hoi IOS. Sant Fe. V. RUPTURE PESUANKNTLTCUREDbytllUlgtaj SANDENELEGlAIGTRUJd imwri BEST TRTJSB MADE, 'KKftlH'urubliH Mfeior UEmTKIMumi OnlvfismMNK ELicTRicTRDHSInWoui Perftl KKI'a) M Il.llTiDR ItfarTAWTRKUsS nrl HnPixl i' (111 HK. U'nrn with Ra A f!(if fortnight nil day. Tlili New InTentlnaeotntilnea 8oino,Du tbflltf, Power, Sold atilrtlr on Merlin. I'rlff 8.. IIIubiS) Wfclttrm. M.SANQEN, SKINNER BLOCK. OEM VF GlMaMT-'mV I! SR. BANDEN'ES ELECTRIC BELT WITH auirt HURT YEAKMEP EB1L1TATKU UrOHb IP WaSfcjSXT?Er5TS, wi war- jSafcgv eRI nnU'RKTIOKaAeKXCkSall' TTSMS BELT AND SOiHlSOSr irDSD V-MRET BONEV, M.de for tbl, jpeoine pur pose, Core ol Ooaeratlto Weekneoe, eiemt rroeir, Us, Coottaiono CarreoU of Kleotrieltj through ell "KAK PA BT8, re.torlng them to HEALTH ul IBOROCS STRENGTH. Kleetrie Current Felt IneUnttr, or we forfellSa.oOO In nib. BELT sad SHpeneerT Complete St. and on. Wont oeeee rsre ejnrr 'j tared iu three moatoe. Sealed pampttlet free. uiui UEOTiic co., mm block, hkvm, con SE&j, a d o fe-"1 ,.a. ! S2JftT far Hm trrtnttoa of the prairiei and Tailors between Raton and M fcaiieired miles of large lrrlgatinsr canale hare been bsMt, m are t want ot oonatraction, with water for 75,000 acres of lam ThM lands with perpetual water right will be sold cheap and on ike eaar Hnca or im annaai payment, wiu 7 per cent interest. la addition to the above there are 1,400,000 acres of lead 1st tale, ooiwiiting mainly of agricultural lands. The climate is o-snrpassed, and alfalfa, grain aid fratt of al grew to perfection and in abundance. The A., T. A S. F. railroad and the D., T. & Fort Worth ralroasl mm "fopeny, ana otner roads wiU soon follow. Those wishing to view the ands can secure special rates en the msV leads, and will have a rebate also en the same if they should buy 160 aetwi sr More of land. Warranty Deeds Given. Fsr foil partii ultra apply to The Maxwell Land Grant Co 1T1W MEXICO FISCHER BREWING CO. M ATOFAOTTJBaTBS O Strictly Pure Lager Beer! and the FINEST MINERAL WATERS. LUMBEE Feed and Transfer. All kinds el Roagh and Finished: IVamhari Texas Floorintat ths lowest Market Pries: Wi Also carry en a feneral Transfer baslnes. and Seal In Hay and Grata. Office near A., T. & S. F. Depot. DUDROW & HUGHES, Proprietors tTisfeRarU J. G. SCHUMANN. WALKER ws , Shoes, Leather and Findings Keeps on hauS a (all assortment of Ladles' aaS Children'! Pine Shoes; also the Mndlam and Iks - Cheap grades. I would call especial attention ts my Calf tad LleM Kip walkkr Boots, aboe lor men who do heavy work aud seed a soft bet serviceable apper leather, with heavy, robsteav tlal, triple soles and standanl ?crew fax tent Orders by mail promptly aitemleil to. P. 0. Box 143, Santa Fe, N. It The -:- San Felipe ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. TLo Leading Hotel in New Mexico. mtm AWABBMKNT. BKF1TTKD AND RIES1IKM1SHRO. STuioiXT riKST outss. totjeists- usiAiMjnaHTKsu Motel Coacli and Carriages in Waiting at All Trains. ePKCIAL AOOOMMODATIONS FOR FAMILIES AMD LAROB PARTIES. TBrSUSBl $2.50 to $3.00 per day. Q. W. MEYLERT PrODf, f1 -yy -ppi 1 1 I i" i" B -p"i T THE GREAT FRUIT B E L-T of NEW MEXICO ! 1 000 Miles Nearer all Eastern Markets than California. The land is all PUBLIC DOMAIN and The canal system of the PECOS IRRIGATION AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY covers 300,000 acres of MAGNIFICENT LAND in this MATCHLESS LOCALITY. .ttrw...,,.c.,,,,,p: DQIXAR ANJ) TWNTY.F1VE CENTS PER ACRE! Vlthfr muU v 1I Desert Act, Tlmher Culture, Pre-emption or lloincstea'I Laws. The soli is a rich, chocolate-colored, sandy loam, Iroin six t twenty Jeet deep, underlaid hy "e;8ne; " LU". .1 ,.r,w; . r:.,L-,..A x .,. wuu mu. r .vtinn i-aI. It hu, A CLIMATE AVONDERFULLY EQUABLE AND HEAL1 ,V . m,.iari,aS ..o f r,ns..n,tion ! PURE, nn.l ABUNDANT WATER: so 1 hero produces live cuttings of alfalfa the -cor. anl to crops of grain; wheat, oats and barley being harvested in June and corn then planted UiUlrUvi7(7 f v V a ' - c on the same land being cut in the Autumn. Tor further particulars, address, , THE $1.25 In fact it is a lime-stone region A CLIMATE WONDERFULLY EQUABLE AND HEALTHY! Ho snows; no Northers; no PECOS IRRIGATION AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY," Eddy, Eddy County, New Mexico.