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Mr. .l(isch. aro you to lini'lawil us a iams ' i I-f ntnl u lain! gralilipr timl'ii 1'iiMiv1 i-nemv. or nri you not nl' ihul sum'.' !nm iiii vol, yoi iiukl ol the vast c.siau's urn t iaiin in Kio Arriba unci Taos coiintii's, known as the C'ienegiiilla ami ' oji.i Oiliento laml (.-rants, two coiuir.iiiiity t'rauts, vim kn-.w ? Let's lietr from yoci ; your i-x.ei'nti e rouiiuitte tli? men, no.v rntiuing the I'pniorratii' ma ; chine, and whose liiililin? yon must I do, say, declare and a6S(rt, Unit every man, w ho claims or owns laml muter a Spanish or Mexican title is a thief, a rolilicr, a land urahber, a forger and a public ciicmv ; w hat have you to say to the assertions of the gang, now running your campaign ; wlierfi do you comoin? ho'v about your claim and ownership of a few hundred thousand acres of land chinned or held under a Mexican title? t' von can find an answer. New .Mexico here the, niiuin industry ii in need of the? fostering care of the state, and where the miners vote is eo i 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 i c ! 1 : 1 1 iii deciding the result nt the pulls there is no prospect whatever that the legislature will ever adopt an unreas onable tax even under the above quoted limited authority. Miners constitute too intelligent a class to he cajoled into op posing i heir own interests by uny such liood-w inliini; scheme aa that set on foot by the sore-heads who oppose the pend ing constitution. Let them investigate and satisfy themselves on ihe subject. The wording of the clause is plain enough. '1 TKShAY, H-T'l LMLI'.K :!0. i ; i : i 'I IMM N I'M i i.i. 1 1 i ' i nn. .i-Mi ' i 'M. ili MAiiiANci s. in r.ia, of i'crn.'ihi'o (V.i-.ntv. k i: r. Ittinililicnn Cntint.i tion at Sa:it:i To, Sutur 1 till. 1 KiM. i m: campai; ''diimuied be enough." :U i i ii ne, w ho (III Vl'll- lav Oct. st and , hold. The demag -tica are strainin,; every nerve to ilown Anierican icanliood in New Mexico on n.-lober 7. Will they succeed'.' We rather think nut. Iloi.n on to your taxes, citizens andtax payers of this city and county for the' present : the money mid in tcr taxes during tho pa-'t feu years has not yet been properly accounted for. Organize a I tax pavers' assi cialioii a'al fee if some order can not be-bronidit out of chaos. ; Till, work by lie1 tion, "New M"xici ter to a lar.'c et-vit an of it have ncen iw.-t mail alone. 1; evident versal favur. The hurt is doing good v ork for ire.iu ol nnmigra is licing sought af- r io c pies iled in two days by lly nietU w ii.ii uni- au has me ami New Mexico. ;vi Tin'. droiiLiht prairie tires ern Kaus: plight, and aim many u: -ii ihe iie.v.le and Nc hrask-.i in . eld wea'her .- sa-'rous in v, i ;t a sorry nies on they are preparing to pu'l out by the hun dreds for the Kocky If New Mexico adoi is will be Bigu enuui.h t they will lie welcome eurelv come. n.oiinlain valleys. the constitution it i thc.-e men that ' here and thev will . oppoi r.ooi s constitutions andlying and slan derous anonimous idiculars are the w eapons of the anti-statehood Pemocrut ic executive comniitlee ; in tho meantime, Mr. Joseph, the Democratic candidate for delegate, lias not yet denied, that lie stated several months ago in Washing ton, that he, would rather live in a Re publican state than a Democratic terri tory:" what have tho bosses done to him, that he has so suddedly changed his mind and now opposes statehood for New Mex ico? What were the threats of the gang, claiming to be Democrats and opposing statehood ? Why could not Mr. Joseph have the manhood and honesty exhibited by Judge Trimble, of Alhuqueniue, who would not do as the buildo.ing gang, composing the Democratic executive ! committee, commanded'.' Indeed, why 1 could not Mr. Joseph act like a man in this matter? WHICH SHALL IT BE, PROGRESS OR REACTION? One week from to-day the peop'e ol New Mexico will vote upon the all im portant ijiiestion of the adoption of the constitution and statehood for New Mexf co. It is to be hoped that the spirit of intelligence, patriotism, progress and en lightenment will govern the people in their action on that day and that thecon- stitution will bs adopted by an over whelming vote. The tight that is being made on the constitution and against statehood is the light of the reactionary element of the Democratic party and a few- bosses w ho have managed to capture the Democratic party machinery. A great many decent and public spirited citizens of all political shades will vote for the constitution and statehood. The outlook grows brighter dai'y and it looks as if the friends of progress and advancement would triumph over the moss-back ele ment and tho political shysters on the Democratic executive committee, who are ing the constitution and statehood for the most contemptible and seltis! reaaons. Tin: Santa h an investigation Navajo agency. . a large number their reservation and horses in !:: Valencia conn tie.- N M::-:!c w d.-inands into tin' aifairs ol' the It has iiilorniatioii that 1 tlu -e Indians are oil' ste.liui'g sheep, cattle An it'll, r.ernalillo and . Tin! mutter is one ve the attention ol the which should n HPcretarv of the interior, Denver News. An investigation into ihe matters com- plained of and the goner il conduct of j Agent amlever win no no narm. i.ti , m,,uy to appreciate New Mex- lt be tun I. i lie pirn, :i- gooowiu oe sun-served. IT WILL FULLY BEAR COMPARISON ' Some of the blatant anti-state eore heads talk of the pending constitution as if it were a cast-iron document which it would be impossible) to alter or modify J in case any of its provisions were fount ! to be reallv urisiiited to the needs of this people. Such is not the case at all. It is an instrument framed hv men thnr- duels Colo ear of U, ! season': ' ieo's wants : framed by them, too, under ' tire from the enemy, and therefore ' represents more care, patience, study and honest patriotism than uny similar j instrument ever promulgated in the west it, fellow- citizens, with the In the matter of farm pre rado shows an inwai- thi ' OOO.ilOU over the value ol iio Tl.i.s m ro rkiil.'e tdiowimr for i Compare it, fellow- citizens a ceunti-v that unto ten ears ago was state constitutions of the other states counted" hi onlv tor goats, sheep and ! with losa's, Missouri's. Colorado's Wyo- horned cattle I'.nt tie. -greatest progress : tiling's, California's or the Dakotas1 has been made in h-s t!::,u half a decade, ! And as far its modification, should such ... , , 1 .. I 1 .nn.,,ll,nt Itnu n I, nil ii irr; 'at ion canals lie-1 oe nuenieu uci cwai mm ov nou..j or since the vaiu came know n to 1 mer. To day I 'i cron or. 'hici'r : i and all bcr;;; svstoms. a- capitalist and the far lorado stands the sufe-t anv slate in the union, with the people. They through their legislators and can speak amend it by A of her splendid irrigation voting at any general election. e earnest study of the document is all 1 that, is required to show most men what political trickery there is at the bottom Ik there are any errors or omissions in i f u this opposition to New Mexico's the statement of the condition ! the eol- j advancement, lector's otlice in this county, now being; published in the Nku Mkvk-an, this i MINERS, READ AND VOTE FOR TEE CON journal will gladly make the necessary I STITUTION, corrections: but so far no errors or omis- i Some indiscreet individuals, sore-heat sions have been di-eovered. TheN i:iv , ed politicians and would-be Democratic Mii'xr-an would cheerfully make the c or-1 bosses, of course, have been advising the rectioos if anv could be made ; a few dol-' miners of late not to vote for the pending 'ars in the countv treasury now are great- j state constitution because, as they allege ly needed i hut they are not for'hcomiug, ', its provisions are unjust toward those en although the it nuts show plainiv, that ! the mining industry. It is dilli a good ileal of money has been collected j cult to keep track of all the falsehoods set and not accounted for. A VERY MCKY RECORD. The Sum of Oifr WI.,0tO Cotlei'tctl licit riinrrouiitfd for liy Hluo-ilV I'hnveTi Tux I'liyci-K. Heed. The following is a statement of the ac counts of Francisco Chavez, sheriff of Santa Fe county, as taken from the books of the sheriff ami rounl v clerk : t: Or. The NjiH- fllicvicAN is informed that the county commissioners of Mora county have sent out to the different precincts in that county, with the poll books and bal lot boxes, ballots printed "Against the Constitution." That's the sort of a tight that is being made against statehood. Slanders, lies, misrepresentation, per sonal abuse ami abuse of olhcial positions anil trust are being used by the anti-statehood executive committee. That's the kind of birds they are. The tax payers' money iu Mora county is be ing usedjunlawfuliy and dishonestly in this matter in Mora county. How do honeBt citizens relish such proceedings? afloat by the unscrupulous gang now so busily engaged in opposing statehood for New Mexico, but for fear that some worthy voter may be misled by their as sertions it may be well to state here.that the constitution of no mining state in the union is so liberal toward this class as is the constitution proposed for New Mexico. It is far more liberal than is the law as it at present stands, for now the net output of all mines as well also as all surface im provements are taxable, while under the operations o! the pending state constitu tion it is provided that only the gross output i not the ore on the dump, but the amount actually sold or disposed of)" shall be taxed in such manner as the legislature may provide." Of course, in THE WEAKNESS OF FALSEHOOD. What rank rot it is that the enemies of progress are dealing out to the voters ol New .Mexico in hopes of defeating the state constitution. They are begging the liiestion right through. Theirs is a cam paign of falsehood and misrepresentation ; and in resorting to such a course they ut indicate to all fair minded men the weakness of their position. Then, too, the vacillating policy they have pursued ertainly ought sullice to convince the real friends of the commonwealth the masses that policical buncomb is the basis of the whole assault. No one will pretend to claim that any statesmanship is at the hack of it. In the beginning the anti-statehood Democrats, very many of them at least, freelv admitted the excel lence of the consti'ution ; they had to do this because at that time the provisions of the instrument were all fresh in the minds of the people and they dared not show their hand further than to enter a wholesale objection to the apportionment clause. This was promptly met by the friends of the cause and the falseness of the charge was so completely exposed, that now we no longer hear anything re garding the apportionment feature. The opposition subsequently took up the common schools feature of the con stitution, and the provision of school tax under it. Agaiu the friends of statehood showed up the fallacy of their charges. So with the objections raised against the judicial provisions of the document and against the so-called "impeachment" paragraph. Driven from the ditches thus far the gang now takes another tack ami undertakes to make "the miner and the poor man" believe that this constitu tion was framed with a subtle purpose in view. The taxation of ores and unlimit ed taxation of 'he trades, stock interests and professions which lands are by it restricted to a tax of not more than t per cent. Is it not an insult to the intelli gence of a people to undertake to hood wink them In this manner? The word ing of the provisions respecting taxation is simple enough. The closest scrutiny of the clause is invited. There is abso I lit el y nothing wrong with the provisions in that respect; they are just and fair toward all citizens, rich and poor alike, and only the diseased imaginations of a small but very hungry and ambitious gang of Democratic! politicians, accus tomed to deceiving the people, could dis cover in them anything else. Candidlv, these provisions confer no new power upon the people represented by and through their legislators. Tho power to tax is always in the people and the province of the constitution is to limit it; it can not enlarge it. The present taxing power in this territory is far great er than it would he should we become a state under this constitution. We may thank the floundering gang for calling public attention to this very fact. The legislature now has power to tax any and all branches of business "professions, occupations and specific articles," if you please; it could tax the mines out of ex istence, almost, and make ft so burden some for the builders of railway lines and irrigation canals as to exclude all such enterprises. However, it hasn't done these things, possibly because the terri torial legislature has always been Repub lican, but probably for the reason that the best interests of the people demand ed the imposition of the highest possi ble tax coveting the fowest articles This same policy would be followed by the state legislature it would be suicidal to adopt any other. So that the whole matter of taxation rests, after all, with the people through their legislators and the constitution merely exercises a wise discretion in restricting in the interest of all the people alike the tax for terri torial purposes to 1 per cent. This pro vision was incorporated in the constitu tion with the especial view ti protecting the poor man rather than injuring him. The anti-state gang will have to trump up something more serious than this if they would win favor with the intelligent voters of New Mexico. Total levies and taxes. 11 censes, etc., charged to Franciseo Chavez, sherllV. prior to January , isssi. . fao.i.iiiiT H Uncollected as per Chavez' sttctemeiu To Kr&ud jury, February la, 1SU0 JIOD.ais a: Caste to eouuty and territo rial treasurer, commis sions, expcrise, releases, etc.. to April 4, 18'JO -W.77 1 Errors ou coiuiiiissiorjs al- locveil -7 tail,- ia! lia'aace short, f 1,'J7 xtf The above $4,278.82 is the amount Mr. Chavez was short prior to his last term, which ended January 1, 1880. The following shows the condition of his accounts since January 1, 1SS0, w hen his new term began : Total levies of licenses and thus since Jan. 1, 1.W.I I ll,7si 1 1 Cash to territory and county treasurers and 10 per cent commission ou same 2,4:10 17 Balance Note Sheriff refuses to books and show amount collected. These levies have previously been collected promptly. Total tax levies ill 1S8:1, given to slim II lor colled Ion seta. JO. lHS ( 7-1 ,70-' Hi I'lieollected as per slierill's tax rou li. ciii w f ! ,2:'l (.7 open these Amount collected t'7 ( ash to county and territorial treasurers ami ; per cenr commission ou same, pay ments made Nov. Ii, Dec. t, issti, and Feb. l'i, ism), ex cept $1,-I14.s:: on sellout fund March 10, April 4, 1W0 ! Balance ol collections still tu sherilV's hands 89 This gives a total amount of 25,30r.4S still in possession of the sherilT. It must also be remembered that the law re quires the sheriff to turn over all funds in his possession on the 10th of each mouth to the territorial and county treasurers, and that he has made no pay ments to either the territorial or county treasurers since February 12, 1800, ex cept in school funds March 4 and April 4, 1800, to the amount of $1,411.83. STAT EHOOJ) SENTIM KNT. Anothci- Ieiiio('i-atic Kxecutive tie Lie Nuilail. The opponents of statehood have pub lished that at a meeting of the miners at l'inos Altos tliey resolved to oppose the constitution. This, we are told by minerB who live there is false ; and on the con trary the miners will vote for statehood so that they may get rid of that infamous alien law that is preventing millions of money from being invested in our mines and tor Handling our ores. ruo uranue Republican. REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. AVe, the Republican party of the ter ritory of New Mexico, in convention assembled, at Albuquerque, the 13! Ii day of September A. D. 1800, reaffirm the principles of the Republican party as set forth in the Republican platform of 18S8, and we indorse the actions of President Harrison, and of the 51st congress in giv ing effect to the same. And we especially thank the president for calling the atten tion of congress ir. his messages to New Mexico and her wants and the necessity for a speedy settlement of our land claims ; and we also thank the senate of the United States for making a special order, during the present congress, the consid eration of a bill to create a land court to settle our land titles, and urgently impress upon congress the necessity for speedy action in the enactment, of some law to that end. We commend the recent action of the Republican members of both houses of congress, in passing the silver bill, as a wise, salutary and good beginning; but a still larger increase of our circulating medium is imperatively demanded, and we urge the passage of a law removing all restrictions from the coinage of silver productions of the United States, and we earnestly endorse and hereby approve the action of a Republican congress and ad ministration in impos'ng a duty on lead ores, in the bill which has lately passed congress, by means of which the miners and mining interests of our territory have been protected from foreign competition and mining property greatly enhanced in value, and we condemn the Democratic party for opposing the Baune. We endorse the tariff legislation carried through against the persistent and violent opposition of the Democratic party, w here by wool, the greatest product of New Mexico, has been permanently placed beyond the competition of the cheap products of Australia. The Republican party remembers with gratitude the services of the former sol diers of the nation in defence of its in tegrity, find thanks congress for the passage of the dependent pension bill, as well as a vast number of private pension bills, many of which were vetoed by (irover Cleveland. We thank the present administration and congress for the repeal of the ob noxious law, enacted by a Democratic ad ministration, whereby there were ex cluded from entry and purchase all the public lands west of the 100th meridian, and for removing theJobBtructions, placed by the Democratic party, in the way of the settlers iu obtaining titles to their lands and homes. Also for the liberal aid extended to our agricultural college and agricultural interests, appropriating for us more than $30,000 annually. We charge upon the Democratic party, the responsibility for the enactment of the so called alien law, about three years since, by means of w hich foreign capital has been forbidtlen to come within our territory and foreign money has been turned away from us, thereby creating a scarcity in financial resources, absolutely stopping investments in our mines and real estate, and almost stopping all busi ness. To this act alone we attribute the de pressed condition of business in this and all other territories. We condemn our present delegate in congress for silently folding his arms and quietly permitting, without a protest, the passage of the two laws before referred to and charge him with neglect of his duty and the abandonment of the best inter ests of our people and territory by mak ing no effort to prevent the passage of said laws and for making no effort to se cure their repeal. Resolved, That We admire and praise the prudence, courage and common sense of Thomas B. Reed, speaker of the national house of representatives iu throttling and destroying the revolution ary habit of lillibu.-tering. thereby enab ling the majority to enact the people's will into positive law, and we rejoice with the IlieilUH in i I lull I Ull'l I'ltlfclurK where at his triumphant reelection by an increased majority. The Republican party of New Mexico declares itself as unequivocally in favor at all times of the admission of New Mex ico into the union of states, under any possible circumstances, as the one essen tial condition of our progress anil advance ment, without which our great natural resources will remain comparatively un known and undeveloped. We heartily approve of the action of the constitutional convention in fixing a date for the submission of the constitu tion to the people, apart from the time of the general election, so as to remove the question of statehood from the possible disturbance of partisan political feeling, thus affording; an opportunity to all pro gressive and patriotic citizens to vote in favor of our admission to tne union freed from the embarrassment of ordinary tiolitical elections : and we earnestly call on every friend of New Mexico, who has the public welfare at heart, ana wno is entitled to vote, to go to the polls on the 7th of October next, and cast his vote for the best interests of New Mexico, irre spective of party. We earnestly insist that the question of statehood for New Mexico is not and ought not to be an issue of a partisan po litical character. And we deeply regret as unpatriotic and unstatesmentlike the effort, bv the representatives of the Dem ocratic party, recently assembled in con-' vention at Silver City, to bring this ques-! tion, which rises above all political fac-1 tions, down to a tight between the two j parties. We indorse and approve the territorial administration of Uov. l'riuce as clean, wise and able, eminently satisfactory to ' the people of New Mexico at home and '. adding to the credit and estimation of the j territory abroad, and we point w ith great satisfaction to the decrease in the ex-, penses of the territory and the reduction ' of the public debt under Republican of-; ficials. i Resolved, That we refer with pride to i the economical manner in which the ! courts of the territory are conducted by Republican judges, the cost per annum i being about $(0,000, while under the ad-1 ministration of Democratic judges it cost the people $1110,000 for the same period, or nearly three times as much. We favor universal education and a complete and adequate system of free public schools for the entire territory and state of New Mexico, and insist that ample means shall be produced by taxation for their support for a period of not less than six months in the year, and we further favor the conferring upon the voters of each school district the right to impose additional taxes for such district for such purposes, and we urge the election of members to the legislature who will favor such measures. We denounce and condemn in the most unqualified terms the slanderous charge of the Democracy that the native people of this territory are mentally and morally disqualified for self government ; on w hich ground that party bases its chief objection to the constitution. We favor the protection of laborers and employes and the adoption of proper laws securing to them liens for their services and also establishing suitable courts of arbitration for the settlement of differ ences between employes and employers. Resolved, That we recommend and adopt as a designating device, to be print ed on the face and at the head of the ticket or ballot of the Republican party to be voted at the various polling places in this territory at the general election, to be hold on the first Tuesday of November next, the American flag; and that we re gard the action of the territorial Demo cratic convention, recently held at Silver City, in specially refusing to adopt the same emblem, as characteristic of the history of the Democratic party ever since 1800. - tr j h ri I I llil ill i li Farm sim LIB Mfi m ffi I ca si u o UNDER IRRIGATING DITCHES. Choice Irkolaifi Uh and Lands near the foot FOR BJLXjB. SOL SPIEGELBERG Tlie old reliable merchant ef Hitt Ka, liab added largely tc It In ntock of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS ON And thus In need of any rtlcl In Ms line would do well to oall on him SAN FRANCISCO STRFET A. T. GRIGG & CO,, Dealers In Furniture, Crockery AND GLASSWARE. All Kinds of Repairing and Carpet Worn Attended to, Wagner & Haffuer's Old Stand, Al WHOLESALE AMD BKTAIL J. W. OLINGER. H-and-i-l Cor. Water and Ouu Oa nar Bt.. Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Of Ik Xoit Mr. Dcslju. AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES. ii'- S 2 I . O JIT', ' : ,Ti.. :.' '1..W. ... '.:v, 'l'-rtVWN y. ... . i , r '.-;,- 1 $! rfwv: 'i-v:- - v 4jy ja " ' i q J t II 1 1 .'I .T.'1 ' 1 I $m he arfoaoii of ihe prairies and Taller between Ratom and SprUisct 4K4 V U7i dun! miles of large irrigating' canal hart been bafit, ei ar he mc'5 t-f conetrnction, with water for 75,000 acres of ltuaA. 5m iaaaa riUi perpetual water rights will be sold ch?ap and oa Qsx mtif tara ii i;iu annual payment, with 7 per cent interest. La eiiiiit on Vi tiie above there are 1,400,000 acres of si fat toiinir ii-ng mainly of agricultural lands. - The rttmate is nnaarpasBed, and alfalfa, grain aad frait of ail UmAt fraw fwfftction and in abundance. n. A., X. A S. F. railroad and the D., T. A Fort Worth raflroad !& ji't,'.-,', ud other roads will soon follow. TLo.t rrtiiiitg to view the ends can secure special rates on ths Nevis, aM will bs-e a rebate also en the euus if thev should bar ISO sr store of land. Warranty Deeds Given. tm M! osfticnKu srply to The Maxwell Land Grant Co lR,.A.'J?0:!Sr, lSTZETiAr "M-IEJZi-CIOO TTONGj( nnririf imp nn v y' mm m ' kiv -tm t s arm m' . wm mm i v.- CAPACITY PROPRIETORS OF 150,000 BARRELS PER ANNUM Brewed exclusively of Bohemian Hops and Selected Colorado Barley. pilserjer Bottled Beer a Specialty ADOLPU J. ZANG, General Manager. B. HANLEY, Local Agent. J". W. IFZEA-ILSriKIILjIIN". DE.AI.EK IN Tombstones & Monuments AND IRON FENCINC. First Class Material and Especially Low Prices. I 1 6 West 6th St., PUEBLO, COLO Feed and Transfer. ill klncliet knaub nt finished Lambert Texaa Flooring t tne 1om.i yri mk w -toB Hud iuors. I Uo ncrry on vnersl I'ruiwffir bunlneM md del Id Hay aud Grli. once rear A., T. & S. F. Depot. DUDROVY iL HUGHES, Proprietors JNO. HAMPEL, Tin, Tar and Gravel PLUMBING uND CAS FITTING. Lowest pricea aud first cl work. LOW EH 'FKISCO Bl.i HAM' FK N.M Roofing Contractor & fitter SIMON FILCER Cabinet Making of all kind., and repair ing: done promptly and in a Qrstolas. man ner; tiling and repairing saws. Shop, four doom below Schnepple'a on 'Frisco Street TIKIS PECOS :ilh lift 10QC FRuIT JuuhhB mLJ JiitS mam aa UTofN lies Wearer all Eastern 'kets than Califorma0 TIio ran.nl s.vsW-m rf the T'KCOS IRRIGATION AM) IMPKOVEMKNT COMPANY cover 300,000 acres of MAGNIFICENT LAND in this MATCHLESS LOCALITY. 'raljio al (in- jov rniiitiit price, ol' Tho land is all PUBLIC DOMAIN ana ONE DOLLAR AND TWENTY-FIVE CENTS PER ACRE !- 81.25 In fact it Is n imc-(nno roginn -No snows; no NiirtlierK; no rili.i i- uixivr tlio l;. rl Aft, Tiivilicr CiiMiirn, PrJ-eniption or iloincsteiil Laws. The soil is a rich, chocolate-colored, sandy loum, from six to twenty leet deep, underlaid by lime-stone. rJNSl.'Ii Av CU IS i:iCIINi;s-i hy tho lumoiis Ctiniliei-land Vallny. With ati iiltitttdu or 3.500 feet above sea Ivel, It has A CLIMATE M. DERFULLY EQUABLE AND HEALTH "Y ilanim.-; ' mahui.i; no consumption ! PUliE, and ABUNOAN i' vAx Kit; sol hero pi'ouuves live cuttings of alfaltn the ear. ami two crops of grain; wheat, oats and fcjrley boing liarvexte.l in June and coin then plained pa tin! Mtiixt !.uid c . C tu- ' "o Autumn. For luitUer pa. ticulars, au dress, " THE PECOS CRniCATION AMD IMPROVEMENT COMPANY," Eddy, Eddy County, New Mexico.