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Tie Daily New Mexican
By NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO. I Tiik stock raisers of New Mexico j go into ttie winter with tho host crop in yearn. will grass jay Entered as tiecuud Class matter at tlie Santa Fe Post Office. OrFiriu. corruption and diehonc-ty, that have been the rule in this county for the past few years, must cease. RA'l'KS Of hl'BSCKII'l'lON. Daily, per week, by carrier tally, per montb, by carrier Dally, per moufh. by matl. Daily, three inonth. by mail pally, six mouths, by mail Bally, one yuar, by mall Week.lv, per mouth Weekly, per quarter Weeekly, per sis mouths Weekly, per year J ;!3 1 00 1 0u . 2 60 . !) 0U 10 00 'I uk number of Democrats w ho will act as mey see nt ana lor tneir own Lest in terests and will vote for the constitution on October the 7th next, is constantly on j the increase. t " i 1)0 ADVEKTISING RATKS. 3 O 50 75 $1 0 1 -A; 1 00; 1 2Ji 1 60; 1 761 2 00 : 2 2.V 2 2,i 2 7o 1 al) I 2 00; 2 i a ;.o; 2 7, S 00 ! i i s ;h. 4 oo 4 00. 4 SO lnob lueh luoh 4 loan i Inch 6 luch 2 iO; 8 00 7 lMCU 3 001 3 : luch 3 60; 4 00 4 i.0 0U 9 luch'3 7.il 4 00 b 00 J M 10 Id... 4 00 it oo a .u e oo j Col. 4 Mb Mi b 7 00 . '& 00i 6 7i tl o0; 7 2,i In It la 14 In In In In 15 In 1 Iu to In 21 In 1 Col 6 j0 6 00! t 2i: 6 50 6 75' 7 00 7 26 7 Mi 9 OO $1 50 $i 7; 2 OO: - 2,- 2 51): 2 7.: 3 OO1 8 2T 3 50: 3 7." 4 50, 4 7; 5 OO 5 50 5 Ml 6 00 6 00 6 50 6 .Ml1 7 00 7 50' S OU H 00! 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There fore the Republicans of New Mexico must continue forming organizations and clubs in everv precinct and in every county. Let them not be weary in well doing. Insertions In "Kosoil About Town" column -j Cenu a line, each insertion, Preferred locals 10 ceuis per liue first insert urn aud items per line each subsequent insertion. Legal advertising tl per nab per day for urst Iz Insertions, 75 eeuts per inch per day lor next an insertions, iO cents per day ior subsequent insertions. AU contracts and bills for advertising payable BQOUthl). AU communications Intended lor publication mut be accompanied by the writer's name and address not (or publication but as an evidence X good faith, and stiould be addressed to the editor. Letters pertaining to business should tte addressed to Maw Mexican l'riuunn Co. Santa Ke, New Mexico. -The Nkw Mexican is the oldest news- oaiHir iu New Mexico. His seut to every Post Ottice in the Territory and has a large and grow ing circulation among the intelligent and pro gressive people of the southwest. Tut democrats have an alliuitv for salt water ; salt river is their favorite route hence it was not strange to tind Senator Vest pleading earnestly on the tloor of the senate for the "free salt,'' but it was in vain and the American salt works will continue to receive just protection at the hands of a protectionist congress. TUESDAY, SEl'TEMUKK CALL FOR REPUBLICAN VENTION, CON- A convention of the Kepublican party is hereby called to meet at the city of Al buquerque on the 13th day of September, 1890, to nominate a delegate to represent the territory in the 52d congress of the United States The several counties of the territory are entitled to representation as follows : Deleg's The New Mexican hereby and here with informs the people that Mr. Antonio Joseph will be nominated at Silver City as the standard bearer ot the Democracy of this territory. A few months ago Mr Joseph said he would rather live in a lie publican state than a Democratic territory lie may have to run on an anti-state plat form. Dut then his coat is composed of many colors. Alpine county, Cal., is reported to be the fortunate location of four saloons and the lucky place of residence of nine gam blers', but to have neither a church nor a minister. Yet, it is more than probable that if the great golden state were just now entering the race for statehood, som crank would sprinr to the front and cite the above as an cause for keeping Cali fornia out of the union ! Connfs. Deleg's. Bernalillo 12 Colfax ti Dona Ana 7 Oraut V Lincoln 7 Mora ti Kio Arriba Count's. Han Juan . . iNtu Miguel. Saufa Ke. .Sierra Socorro Taos Valencia . Two of which should come from the proposed eounty of Eddy, and two from the proposed ouuty of Chaves. County committees are requested to make all proper arrangements for the holding of county conventions and the aolection of delegates. Under existing rules alternates are not allowed, and proxies can not be recog tlie fiolder of'th'e' proxy aclsV'"" " County conventions will be composed of delegates chosen at precinct mass meet ings. Where no county committee exists the members of the territorial committee will perform the duties of the county com mittee. County conventions should not be held later than August 30, 181)0. The chairman and secretary of county conventions will certify a list of delegates to the territorial convention, and mail same to the secretary of the executive committee at Santa Fe not later than September 2. County conventions are charged with the proper organization of the party in the aeveral counties, and specially to see that an efficient county committee is selected, and that a chairman is appointed for every precinct. S. 15. Asteix, Chair'n Eep. Ter. Com. L. A. Hughes, Secretary. Santa Fe, N. M., Aug. 11, 1S!0. Pkesident IIakkison never did a better day's work than when he signed th meat inspection bill and the sundry civ appropriation bill. They are both of mo ment in the west, but the latter will go into history as the particular measure that squelched Powell's arid land tie-u and releasod the people of the arid regions from his fast tightning grip. REPUBICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. A convention of the Republican party of the county of Santa Fe is hereby called to meet at the court house in the city of Santa Fe at 11 o'clock a. m. on Saturday, the 27th day of September, 1800, for the of nominating candidates for county and legislative offices. The precincts will be entitled to the following representation : Delg. Delg. No. 1-Pojoaque 4 No. 10 Dolores 1 No. 2 Tesuque '2 No. 11 Golden 3 No. 3 L'pp'rSanta Ke 7 No. 12 (,'auouclfo 2 No 4 I.ow'r Kauta Fe 7 No. 13 tjlorieta 2 No 6 Agua Kria. ...2 No. 14 Chfmayo 2 No. 6 Clenetra 2 No. 15 Santa Cruz. . . 2 No. 7 Cerrillos 3 No. Ill Kspanola 2 No. 8 (.alisteo r No. 17 Chilill 2 No. 9 Sau Ildcfonso. 3 No.18 I.a liajada ... 1 Precinct conventions will be held in the everal precincts on Saturday the 20th day of August, 181)0, at 3 p. m. The president and secretary of each precinct convention will at once report names of delegates chosen to the chair man of the Republican county committee at Santa Fe. The chairman of each precinct conven tion will call the precinct convention to order. Due notice of time and place of meetings should be given by each pre cinct chairman. C. M. Conki.in. Chairman, Kep. Co. Com. Wm. M. Berqer, Secretary. Between the 13th of August, the dat on which the new law went into etl'ec and September l.the treasury department purchased 3,300,000 ounces of silver. Th: is the largest purchase of the white metal ever made within the same time, but tl -----'o-.- they work," while even Wall street stunning aghast at tlie effects upon a commodities which the increase in silver has brought about. NEW MEXICO'S ALL RIGHT. The Kansas and Nebraska farmers oc cupying the so-called semi-arid belt are becoming quite disgusted with the con tinued failure of crops in those states and they are beginning to look toward the fertile valleys of the Rocky mountain country. The prospects are that a heavy immigration will pour into Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico during the coming fall and spring. The people have begun to realize the advantages of irriga tion, and also to appreciate the fact that the farming area here being limited, there nmst always be a safe and steady market for all farm products raised here, the min ing camps themselves ever constituting a ready market for all that the valleys of New Mexico can produce. In this connection also comes word from the east that never in the history of the country was there such inquiry for western investments as at this time. Tlie demand for silver and lead and copper, renders the mining industry particularly inviting for idle capital ; the beef and sheep raising businees is on an upward tendency ; the coal mining and lumber industry of New Mexico was never yielding greater revenues than right now, and opportunities for safe investments in irrigation and new railway enterprises are constantly arising. In all these matters there is to-day no state or territory in the union that pre sents a more attractive field for capital than New Mexico, and should the pend ing state constitution be adopted, w hich it will, New Mexico will io the coming half decade witness a degree of presperity the like of which will put to the blush the boom enjoyed now by tlie recently admitted new states of the northwest. It would seem, viewing the outlook from the most conservative staudpoint, that New Mexico is all right. history, a year and a half ago, also stated, that it believed, ien. Noble would be found a true friend of the western people, and would make one of the best of secre taries of the interior and cabinet officers this government has ever had. The New M i:ii-as is gratified to say that the secre tary's official record fully proves that its belief was a correct one, and that Sec. bio is making a inosi, enviable name tor himself, serving the people and the publican party in a most acceptable ami successful manner and that he lsspe- nlly vigorous and energetic in protecting and advancing the interests of the great and growing west. We call attention to an autograph let ter, written by the secretary to the regis ter of the land office here, Judge A. L. Morrison, in reply to the latter's requests, Ulressed to the secretary unofficially, for ml in tlie repeal ol the miamous law oi letober 2, 1SSS, passed under a Demo- rat ic administration and calculated to niure tho farmers, settlers and pioneer ranchmen of the southwest for flie benefit eastern land sharks, and for help in the matter of the passage of the bill pro- iding for the settlement of the Spanish and Mexican land claims iu New Mexico. From the letter it will be Been that the secretary aided the western people, and specially those of the arid region, of which New Mexico is no inconsiderable part, with all the power at his command, and s also doing what he can to hurry up the passage of the bill providing for the settle ment of our land grants. The New Mexican desires to say to ecrckiry Noble that his action in these, to New .Mexico, all important matters is ready and sincerely gratifying and fully appreciated, and hopes that tlie secretary will keep up his good work for New Mex ico and aid her whenever it is proper and right for him so to do. Specially, drj we bespeak his inlluence and aid in the pas sage of the land court bill now before con gress. For forty years has this territory craved and begged lor the settlement oi its unsettled land titles. Its prosperity and advancement have been greatly re tarded, immigration has been kept out, apital has not been invested and a good leal of public disturbance has taken place, all this principally due to the neglect of tho government in carrying out its sol emn treaty stipulations and its entire and shameful disregard of the rights and well being of the people of Now Mexico. The passage of the land court bill be fore the adjournment of the present ses sion of congress and its approval by tlie president would be of the greatest possi ble benefit to the people and also to the Republicans of New Mexico, who could then, with just and honest pride, point to the interest a Republican administration is taking in their all'airs and to the good the laws enacted bv a Republican con gress is doing them. Tlie silver bill and the honest carrying out of the policy of protecting the interests of the lead and silver miners and mine owners and sheep raisers of New Mexico have already done the territory jreat good uiio miui.i worK oy enacting tlie land court bill and during its next session pass an enabling act for the state of New Mexico, and the people of New Mexico will become jubilant and hopeful at the era of pros perity before them and feel under lasting obligations to the party that has done so much for them. In the mean time, we, and that hon estly and publicly, assure Secretary Noble that his good will and good work for the territory are fully appreciated and that the sincere admiration and fullest gratitude of the people of New Mexico, for whom this paper can surely speak, being the oldest daily and weekly journal in New Mexico, and having been published for twenty seven years at the capital, and during that time having been wholly and sincerely devoted to the best interests of the people of New Mexico, are his, and will be his from now on, whether he remains in offi cial or in private station. ever been issued by the bureau, orforthat matter, by the territory. The credit for this publication is due in a great measure to Max FroBt, the secretary, and he should get credit for it. lhe appropriation this year was only $1,500, the secretary's salary is only $2o per month which he lias paid to a clerk to do routine work in getting up the facts, hgures, etc., in preparing lor the publica tion. This appropriation for secretary stands out in bold contrast with that of the late reform administration of the "modern Montezuma," under that administration Burnett, who was warden of the peni tentiary, received $75 per month from the Bureau to help his paper along and for no other purpose, and this was under the rule "addition, division and silence, di vided with the son of "Montezuma." Then again under the same "Democratic reform refuge" $2,000 was appropriated, very little of which went for the benefit of the territory outside of incidental and secretary's expenses. The book about to be "issued gives a full descrip tion of New Mexico and its re sources; lands, minerals, coal, stone, fruits and grains, and vegetables are treated of together with its timber sup ply, irrigation is fully treated, and tlie map accompanying each book is well worth all that the edition cost the terri tory. This book will be distributed in the east. The Santa Fe railway is repro ducing many articles it contains, and will assist in its distribution. We give our suace to the article on "Socorro county" so that tlie people may see what is being done for our county by others, and give them credit, and not that we are puneu un. for Socorro county contains within its borders all that goes to maite a nation wealthy. Socorro Chieftain. SOL. SPiEGELBERG The old reliable nierch&ut ut Pitta Fe, has added largely te hU slock of GENTS' THE FMMLL LAND GRAFT FURNISHING GOODS Farm ands! UNDER IRRIGATING DITCHES. And those iu need or any rtlnl In bis Hue wonld do well to oall on him. ON SAN FRANCISCO STRFET 8ECEETABY JOHN W. NOBLE, Upon the appointment of Gen. John W. Noble as secretary of the interior, the New Mexican in giving bis record and Di iiiNo the Democratic administration from 1885 to 1889, 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 $29,000 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. JNO. HAMPEL, fin, Tar and GraveJ Choice Mountain Va!!ey and Lands near the foot FOR SALE. PLUMBING aND CAS FITTING, Lowest prfces aud flrst cl work. LOWBK TKI8CO ST., 8ANT FK H.m 4 1 J.W. OLINGER. M-and-!-E Cor. Water and Hon G war t.. Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Of tbe Most Artistic Designs AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES. ;-flU;il-o L I The neoole of New Mexico must not forget that under the Eoss boodle admin' istration, from 18S5 to 1889, when this territory was cursed with corrupt judges and dishonest federal and territorial court oflicials, the cost of running the courts as 100, 000 per year; the people must not forget that, owing to wise and bene flcial 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 and honest ad ministration of the courts, the entire ex pense of their administration for the first jwelve months of the present Kepublican regime, amounted to only $60,000, in which sum there is included an estimate ot a deficiency in the pay of jurors, etc., of nbout f 10,000 ; this ineanB that under tii Sew la'etfit'iW'ere' 'systematically and constantly robbed by corrupt judges and dishonest court officials. SIMON FILCER & Contractor Builfler PEOFESSIONAL CAEDS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. JOHN P. VIOTOKY, A tfornoy nt Law. Office in Couuty Court Hou se. Will practice in the several Courts of the Ter ritnry amf the U. S Laud Office at Sauto Fe. Examiuatiou of titles to Spanish aud Mexican Grants, Mines, aud other realty, carefully aud promptly ctieude'd to. Patents for Mlues se- cureu. GEO. C. PRESTON, Attorney at Law. Prompt and careful uttentfon given to all business ntrusted to him. Will practice iu all courtB of tbe territory. EDITORIAL COMMENTS. jriXlK SEEDS. While in Santa Fe last Saturday we naa tne pleasure 01 meeting lion, iidward P. Seeds, of Iowa, appointed by President Hamsun, associate justice 01 ine supreme court of New Mexico, to take the place made vacant by the resignation of lion. W. H. Wliiteman. We were much pleased with his honor, and can congrat ulate Santa Fe on its good fortune in get ting such a gentleman to preside over its legal destinies. Judge Seeds is a ripe scholar, a good lawyer, a genial gentle man and will make a good judge. As soon as he returns from holding courts in his districts he will have his wife andtwo daughters with him in Santa Fe. Judge Seeds has come to New Mexico to stay ; this territory will be his future home ; he has no importations to bring with him, his court officers will be appointed from among our people. We bespeak that the goed citizens of Santa Fe extend the hand of fellowship to his honor. Socorro Chief tain. THE GOOD W0IIK OK THE lll'KBAU OK 1MMI- UKATION. On our outside page we print the ad vance sheets of "Socorro county" as it will appear in the publication soon to be issued by the Bureau of Immigration. There will be a large edition of this book for free distribution in tlie east. It cer tainly is the best, most valuable, and most correctly gotten up work that has RALPH K. TWIICHKLL, Attorney at Law Bplegelberg block, Bants Fe, isew Mexico. MAX FROST, attorney at Law, Santa Fe, New Mexico. GEO. W. ENAEBEL, Office in the Sena Building, Palace Avenue, Collections and Searching Titles a specialty. KOWARO L. BARTXKTT, Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Office over secona national Haul. HKNKI I.. WALDO, Attorney at Law. Will practice in the several courts of the territory. Prompt attentl given to an Dusiuess lutruatea to nis care. T. r. conway. e. e. posby. w. a. hawxins. CONWAY, POSEY HAWKINS, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Silver City New Mexico. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to ear care. Practice in all tue courts oi the territory. K. A. FI8KK, 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 tention given to mining and Spanish and Mex lean laud grant litigation. T. B. CATBON. J, H. KNAIBBL. T. W. CLANCY, CATKON, KNAKBKL & CLANCY, Attorneys at Law and Solicitors in Chancery, Kanta Fe, New Mexico. Practice in all the Courts in the Territory. One of the firm will be at all times in Santa Fe. Cabinet Makine or all kinda, and repair ing done promptly and In a flrstclass man ner; filing; and repairlnf sawa. Shop, four doors below Schnepple's, on 'Frlaoo Street ARCHITECT and COHTRACTOR ANTONIO WINDSOR - mnrnimw MODERN METHODS! SKILLED MECHANICS! Plans and Specifications furnished on ap plication. Correspondence solicited. Santa Fe, N. M, OFFICK, Lower 'Frisco Street, A Pocket Mirror Free to Smokers of Helphenstein Hotel! A. HKLPHENSTBIN, Pro. Taos, Now Mexico. Visitors will find this hotel to be thoroughly first-class. Special attention given commercial men. 4V"Tran!U)ortatfon to or from Embudo at easy rates. STJBSORIBB FOR Tbe bent ad TttrtlpJng medium In the entire aoathwest, end giving cacti day lhe earliest and Tallest report of the legt'lailve and court pro ceedings! military movements and ther matters of general Interest ecurrlng at the territorial capital. REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND VEYORS. BUR- WILLIAM WHITE, U. 6. Deputy Surveyor and 0. 8. Depaty Mineral Surveyor. Locations made npon publfc lands. Famishes Information relative to Spanish and Mexican land grauts. Offices in Klrscbner Block, second floor, Hauta Fe. N, M D. W. MANLEY, DENTIST Over C. M. Creamer's Drag Store. OFFICE HOURS, - t to 1, to 4 THEfjEflllCAI '"(a Fe. 8 Connected with the establishment la Job ottice newly furnished with material and machine, In which work la turned out expeditiously and cheaply; and bindery whose specialty of One blank book work ud ruling la not eicelled by any. EVEBYB0DY WANTS IT. fm fee irrigation of the prairies and v alloys between Raton and Sjntagtf Ml baiidred miles of large irrigating: canals have Veen baMt,t er la oourae ef conetniction, with water for 75,000 acres of 1mU Tbeaw landi with perpetual water right will be sold cheap and on tbe wuif knua of ten annual payments, with 7 per cent interest. la addition to the above there are 1,400,000 acres ol 1m4 fat !, consisting mainly of agricultural lands. The climate if unsurpassed, and alfalfa, grain and fruit oi al Made, grw to perfection and in abundance. The A., T. A 8. F. railroad and the D., T. fc Fort Worth raSroad this property, and other roals will toon follow. Those wiBhing to view the ands can secure special ratei oa the fwads, aad will have a rebate also on the same u they should buy lev r more of land. Warranty Heeds Given. far fall particulars apply to The Maxwell Land Grant Co HEW MEXICO vmmm. nnPTimin nn . VV U Lv i j 111 I I 1 1 1 I'll lu art nrvr.yvmif iiu. ava r. Y V A Rtlll a PROPRIETORS CAPACITY 150,000 BARRELS PER ANNUM Brewed exclusively of Bohemian Hope and Selected Colorado Barley. pilseper Bottled Beer a Specialty ADOLPH J. ZANO, General Manager. B. HAN LEY, Local Agent. JOHN GRAY, Real Estate Agent Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. Collectloa of Bent and Accounts. NOTAllC PUBLIC. TYPEWKITKir. PBOPEBTY FOB fSA.LIC! OR IRiEUSTT Enxt Side of l'la ..... - 8ANT.V FE, N. M. Book publishing Bvery description of Book and Pamphlet work promptly and neatly executed. Estimates furnished on application. If you hare manuscript write to Santa Fe, Mew Mexico, to the NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO T SUBSCRIBE FOR Fearless, free, consistent Hia iU editorial opin ions, hamper- ad bvno tie. E S A N T ? A F o S II1 CO .3 1 T 5 X B' 4 5 Specially deyoted to the growing interest of Jt the rich and promising f coming itate of New Mexico. EVE1T30DT WAITS IT. N f"l TT rnavrre awBssa aaJaasi THE GREAT PECOS VALLE T BELT of 1000 Miles Nearer all Eastern Markets than California. The canal system of tlie PECOS IRRIGATION ANJ IMPROVEMENT COMPANY covers 300,000 acres of MAGNIFICENT LAND ia this MATCHLESS LOCALITY, enterable at the Government price, of Tho land is all PUBLIC DOMAIN and $1.25 E DOLLAR AND TWENTY-FIVE CENTS PER ACRE! 81.25 Eitlirr under the Desert Act, Timber Culture, Pre-emption or iroinentead Laws. lhe soil is a rich, chocolate-colored, sandy loam, from six to twenty leet deep, underlaid by lime-stone. En fact it is a linic-stone rcg-Ion. UNSURPASSED IN RICHNESS by the famous Cumberland Valley. With an altitude of U.fiOO feet above sea level, It has A CLIMATE WONDERFULLY EQUABLE AND HEALTHY! No snows; no Northers; no lampness; no malaria; no consumption I PURE, and AI5UNDAN WATER; so 1 here produces live cuttings of alfalfa the year, and two crops of grain: wheat, oats and fcjrlcy bolngr harvested in June and corn then planted ?n tbe same land Ociug cut in the Autumn. For further particulars, address, "THE PECOS IRRIGATION AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY," Eddy, Eddy County, New Mexioo.