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Lei;al adveitiBiUK 1 per iuch per ilay lor urst tlx insertious, 7o cents per ii.ch per Uay fur next six Insertious, oO ceuis per uay for subsequent Insertious. All cuutracts and bills for advertising payable monthly. All communications iuteoded lor publication must be acuumpauied by the writer's uame aud address not lor publication Out as au evidence ol good faith, and anould be addressed to the editor. Letters pertaiuiug to business should be addressed to kw Mkxica.n triutiug Co. SHUta t'e, New Mexico. -The Nkw Mexican is the oldest news paper in New Mexico. It Is sent to every Post Oilice in the Territory aud has a large aud grow ing circulation among the intelligent aud pro gressive people of the southwest. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR DELEGATE TO THE 52ND CONGBKSS. MARIANO S. OTERO, of Bernalillo County. Itepublican County Conven tion at Santa Fc, Saturday Oct 11th, 1890. A vote for Joseph means a vote for the White Cap element and lawlessness in New Mexico. A vote for the gang ticket in Santa Fe county means another bad county ad ministration and no influence in the 29th legislative assembly, a body, from which this city and county will have to ask favors. It is a burning disgrace that there are no public schools open in this county ; what has become of the moneys paid in for school tuxes? Can anyone tell? if so, the columns of the Nkw Mexican are open to him. Our friends the enemy are congratu lating themselves, that the defeat of the constitution has given them quite a boost for the present political campaign ; let them go on and think so. Hos. Henry M. Teller, Colorado's able senior senator, says, undoubtedly a bill providing for the free coinage of silver will be passed at the next session of con gress. The Republican party can be de pended upon to foster the interests of the western miner. The Albuquerque Citizen addresses a warning to the Republicans of Bernalillo county. This is timely and well directed. This is not the time nor the place for fac tional dissensions. Bear this in mind, leaders of the party in Bernalillo county. The party expects better things from you. President Harrison is meeting witli a most enthusiastic reception on his present western tour. No occupant of the presi dential chair has met with a more cordial greeting. The people don't do these things for men for whom they have no respect. Harrison is all right in the west. The Republicans all over New Mexico must be up and doing and working ; the gang that controls the destinies of the Democratic machinery in New Mexico and has allied itself with the lawless White Cap element, must be kept from power and from contact with the terri torial treasury, else the scenes of robbery that occurred during the Ross boodle ad ministration will be repeated. Ik the gang ticket in this county should by any evil machinations be successful ; the tax payers and property owners will find themselves out of the frying pan, to be sure, but also in the fire. They will in that event get a fine, healthy roasting, that might teach them better hereafter. A burnt dog dreads the fire, and it looks as if this poor dog rf Santa Fe county had been burnt more than enough already. The neonle of New Mexico do not want this territory to become a state for the present. It is well. A few years are of not much consequence in the life of a commonwealth. 1'lrino the nineteen months the pres ent Republican administration has been in power, the national debt has been re duced $205,714,710. Pretty good show ing that for nineteen months and speaks well for the honesty and sagacity of the administration. Oirino the past fifteen months the Re publican administration of this territory has reduced the territorial debt in the amount of $100,000, and has reduced ter ritorial expenses fully one-half. During the three and a half years of the Rosa Democratic boodle administration the debt of this territory was increased in the sum of $400,000. Compare the two rec ords and vote accordingly. The land court bill for the settlement of Spanish and Mexican land titles w ill not be passed till this territory has a Re publican candidate in congress. Delegate Joseph is very hostile to it, and has worked against it secretly. Hence, a vote for him ill be of no benefit to the territory. There fore the people should vote for M. S. Otero, who will be able to help them and take good care of New Mexico's inter ests befora congress and with the admin istration. Tub Democratic delegate for congress, Mr. Antonio Joseph, who runs upon an anti-land grant platform, and for whom his executive committee is making a fight by declaring and publishing that every land grant owner or land grant claimant in ,New Mexico is a public enemy and dishonest, has not yet explained his claim and ownership to a large part of the 200,000 acres originally claimed by him as the lands contained in the Ojo Caliente and Cieneguilla land grants in Taos and Rio Arriba counties. Very probably he never w ill j probably the record is too dark and can not be explained. Under the new law the postmaster general is making it exceedingly un healthy for all classes of lottery schemes and for everybody connected with them. A fair idea of the binding properties of this new law may be bad from the depart ment's circular of instructions to all post masters, which reads : "The term 'lottery,' as used in this act, embraces all kinds of schemes, general or local, for the distribution of prizes by lot tery or chance, such as gift exhibition en terprises, rallies or drawing of prizes in money or property at fairs; hence letters, postal cards and circulars concerning them, and newspapers, pamphlets aud other publications containing advertise ments are unmailabie." The Democratic bosses and boodlers, that now control the Democratic ma chinery and central committee to the detriment of their party and the people, are claiming a great, glorious and gigantic victory in the defeat of the constitu tion; they claim they did it all; they think their lies, slanders, dis honesty and corruption did it ; well and good, let them claim it and rejoice ; but one observation can be made concerning their course, which while somewhat old and used a great many years by our friend Shakespeare, nevertheless hits the nail on the head in this instance con cerning the actions and the claims of the gang that controls the Democratic ex ecutive committee and the vicious and black-mailing sheets in its pay: "What fools these mortals be." During the halcyon (for the boodle gang) days of the Robs boodle administration, it cost the territory the sum of $55,000 per year for the maintenance of the ter ritorial penitentiary. During the past year and a half of the Republican admin istration it cost the people less than $30, 000 per year for the support of that insti tution and with the same number of pris oners. These figures are official and prove conclusively that the Democratic territorial administration was dishonest and corrupt. Some of the men connect ed with that administration are endeavor ing to get back into power. Defeat them bv your votes on the coming 4th of No- November, citizens of New Mexico ; it is dollars and cents in your pocket to defeat trie men who were connected with the Rnss boodle administration. Notwithstanding the high price of silver, and the way copper and lead con tinue to hold up, it must be admitted that there has not been that activity in mining investments which the friends of the industry had a expected would be on before that time. To-day all the leading mining stocks of the country stand practically where they were last winter. In a recent editorial discussing this phase of western business, the New York Post makes this pertinent observa tion: "Until the managers can be persuaded that stockholders are entitled to better treatment the future of the mining market will not brighten. Low priced silver since 1873, has always been advanced by the managers as the cause of the depres sion. This feature having been removed it becomes necessary for ttie managers to givo stockholders the benefit of the pricee at which they purchase fuel, ma chinery and other supplies. The prac tice they have of pocketing a handsome profit on all the mines purchase has not, according to shrewd observers, been done away with. Carson river mill owners are. apparently the only people who profit by the Comstock-lode operations." THE INTER MOUNTAIN E. E. BUSINESS. The fact that the Union raciflc-North-western railway alliance is pushing an extension southwest from Salt Lake to tap the Southern Pacific at Mojave, seems to be largely responsible for the deal w hereby the Santa Fe secures control of the Colorado Midland, and, taking this view ot it, the Rio Grande Western is un questionably in the deal, for the Santa Fe must get into Salt Lake in order to ac complish its evident object of forcing the Union Pacific to a division of central western business, in order at the same time to be able thus to hold ita own against the Southern Pacific for California traffic. It is said that Jay Gould and the bankers' triangle, the latter being the real owners of the Santa Fe, have gone into an al liance against the Union Pacific-Northwestern combination which has the back ing of the Vanderbilts.. and a very pretty little row is on between the northwest lines and the southwest lines over inter mountain and Pacific coast traffic. At any rate it shows that at last the inter mountain business of the w est is becom ing of sufficient importance to be con tested for in earnest. JOSEPH'S LAND GRANT KEC0ED.1 The Democratic candidate for congress, Mr. Antonio Joseph, is a claimant to vast bodies of land in Taos and Rio Arriba counties ; the grants in question are named the Oj Caliente and Cieneguilla gran's ; they are claimed by him and oth ers for over 200,000 acres ; one of the pro visions in the bill for the settlement for the land titles in this territory declares that no grant shall be approved for more than eleven leagues; as Mr. Joseph's grants exceed this limit by a good many leagues, he very naturally does not desire the hill to pass ; he has done nothing for it, quite the reverse, has done his best, quietly and secretly, to oppose it; his personal interests in having these grants, claimed by Antonio Joseph, et al., for several times eleven leagues, confirmed by congress tor the 200,000 acres claimed, are stronger than the interests of the whole people; he has neglected those and secretly he has opposed them ; this is one of the reasons why the bill for the settlement of the Spanish and Mexican land claims in New Mexico has not been favorably considered daring the present session. It is well known to every citizen of New Mexico, who knows anything at all, that the settlement of the question of land grants and Spanish and Mexican land titles is of paramount interest to this territory. Judge for yourselves, citizens of New Mexico, whether Joseph ought to be or ought not to be re-elected, in the face of his record in this all important matter. During 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, 1800, the expenses, with the same number of prisoners, were $29,000. ft 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. The entire expense of the territory for the three months ending September 4, 1890, were $29,057.38. During the Ross boodle administration when Democratic judges, clerks and district attorneys rob bed this territory most unmercifully, when the penitentiary was being dishon est and badly conducted and when the Democratic territorial officials thought of nothing else, but stealing from the treas ury under the form of law, the expenses of the courts alone for any three months exceeded the entire amount of the total ex penditures for the three months above given. That is what a Republican legis lature and a Republican administration has done for the people and tax payers of New Mexico. It strikes us as being most excellent work and it will so strike the good citizens and tax payers of New Mex ico, regardless of party affiliation. Tiic Nkw M'-xicmn hafl facilities for do inif first-claw, job work of all kinds and as (limp as . itn bo had in any city in the cniint.rv. Tm-re is no excuse for pending such work nut nf town, to Denver, Kansas City, l'LiIii.leliliia or any other point. K(cp the money at home. Try the Naw Mexicah's new oatfit of material and machinery when yon want file jsb printing ox blank book work. REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. We, the Republican party of the ter ritory of New Mexico, in convention assembled, at Albuquerque, the 13th day of September A. D. 1890, reaffirm the principles of the Republican party as set forth in the Republican platform of 1888, and we indorse the actions olPreaident Harrison, and of the 61st congress in giv ing effect to the same. And we especially thank the president for calling the atten tion of congress in his messages to New Mexico and her wants and the necessity for aspeedy settlementof 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 imposing 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 anil mining property greatly enhanced in value, and we condemn the Democratic party for opposing the same. We endorse the tariff legislation carried through against the persistent and violent opposition of the Democratic party, where 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, and 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 Grover Cleveland. We thank the present administration ana congress lor the repeal ot 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 theiobstructions. placed by the Democratic party, in the way of the settlers in obtaining titles to their lands and homes. Also for the liberal aid extended to our agricultural college and agricultural interests, appropriating tor us more than $30,000 annually. We charge upon ttie Democratic party, the responsibility for the enactment of the so called alien law, about three years since, by means of which foreign capital has been forbidden 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 aud 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 in throttling and destroying the revolution ary habit of filibustering, thereby enab ling the majority to enact the people's will into positive law, and we rejoice with the friends of freedom and progress every where at bis triumphant re-election by an increased majority. The Republican party of New Mexico declares itself as unequivocally in lavor 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 and advance ment, without which our great natural resou'ees 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 the union freed from the embarrassment of ordinary political elections ; and we earnestly call on every friend of New Mexico, who has the public welfare at heart, and who 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, by 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 tions, down to a fight between the two parties. We indorse and approve the territorial administration of Gov. Prince as clean, wise and able, eminently satisfactory to the people of New Mexico at home and adding to the credit and estimation of the territory abroad, and we point with great satisfaction to the decrease in the ex penses of the territory and the reduction of the public debt nnder Republican of ficials. Resolved, That we refer with pride to the economical manner in which the courts of the territory are conducted by Republican judges, the cost per annum being about $60,000, while under the ad ministration of Democratic judges it cost the people $160,000 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 moans Biiau De proauced by taxation lor 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 which 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 sjid 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 held 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. mmmmmmmmmm A VERY ROCKY RECORD. The Sum or Over S85,000 Collected But Cnaccounted for by Sheriff Chavei Tax Payers, Beod. 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 and county clerk : Cr. Dr. Total levies and taxes, li censes, etc., charged to Francisco Chavez, sheriff, prior to January 1, 1X89 . . . 306,667 44 Uncollected as per Chave' statement to grand jury, February 15, 18110 1100,318 07 Cash to county aud torrlto rial trrasurer, commis sions, expense, releases, etc.. to April 4, 1890 200,771 28 Errors on commissions al lowed 299 27 1301,388 62 Balauce short, 4,278 82 The above $4,278.82 Is the amount Mr. Chavez was short prior to his last term, which ended January 1, 1889. The following shows the condition of his accounts since January 1, 1881), when his new term began : Total levies of licenses and fines since Jan. 1, 1889 1 11,782 14 Cash to territory aud county treasurers and 10 per cent cominlsslou on same 2,490 47 Balance 9,291 67 Note Sheriff refuses to open these books and show amount collected. These levies have previously been collected promptly. Total tax levies in 1889, given to sherirTfor collection Sept. 20, 1889 174,702 46 Uncollected aa per sheriff's tax roll 82 416 09 Amount collected 142,256 87 Cash to county aud territorial treasurers and 6 per cent commission on same, pay ments made Nov. 6, Dec. 6, 1889, and Feb. 12, 1890, ex cent 11.414.83 on school fund March 10, April 4, 1890 80,431 38 Balance ol collections still in sheriff's hands $ 11,824 99 This gives a total amount of $25,395.48 still in possession of the sheriff. 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 month to the territorial and county treasurers, and that he has made no pay ments to either the territorial or county treasurers since February 12, 1890, ex cept in school funds March 4 and April 4, 1890, to the amount of $1,414.83. I rrnrn is is a tttittiT t SOL SPIEGELBERG The oldvwllable merchant mt Nnta . V, haa added largely f ble stock of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS And those In need ot an j article In his line weald da well to cell on him. ON SAN FRANCISCO STRFET A. T. GRIGG & CO,, Dealers In Furniture, Crockery AND GLASSWARE. All Kinds of Repairing and Carpet Won attended !e, Wagner & Haffner's Old Stand. Al WHOLISALa AND BITAU Mariano valley DEALER IN Religious Pictures, Crucifixes, Altar Can dles and other articles used In the church. Also a Complete Stock of Tobaccos, fresh rrults in Season, etc. Frteee reasona ble. Give us a call. Store-room Corner Opposite Cathedral. BLACK-MAGIC JS hlddta treason, or locate mines, tht & GOLD MAGNET Combines eJectrioity, Mxgnetism tad ciemjcaJ affinity, and tttnots gold mad silver as aa ordinary magnet does iron. Addrets: A. W. OKELLis A OO. Lock Box SO, Truckee, Nevada County, CaL inmnnwr U1U111 1 arm Lands UNDER IERIGATING DITCHES. Choice Mountain Valley and lands near (lie fool Uilh FOR, SALE. ifN R A D o j".','! t f"SdjfKfcw. r ess V ti 1 1 1 I I ill UMmXrSi'r, J... l far Ik Mgrntlon of the prairie and Taller between Ratoa and SptafB hundred miles ol large Irrigating canals bar bera bail, at re hi otnua ef oonatraction, with water for 70,000 acres of lamaU nam land with perpetual water riehta will b sold cheap and an th eeaw i of ten annual payments, with 7 per cent interest. la addition to the above there are 1,400,000 acres of laad lai ak, eonaiirtina; mainly of agricultural lands. Tb enmate is uuarpaaeed, and alfalfa, grain and trait of al trw at senecBon ana in aDnnaanc. The A.., T. 6. F. railroad and th D., T. A Fort Worth raftroad t Ms property, and other roads will soon follow. Tboas wishing to riew th an da can secor special rates oa the rsV ads, and will hare a rebate also en the same if they should bay 160 arl sr more of land. Warranty Deeds Given im fall particnltrt apply to The Maxwell Land Grant Co TSTBW MUXIOO t au xm'- v. r" FP1ZANG RRFWINft fin PROPRIETORS CAPACITY 150,000 BARRELS PER ANNUM Brewed exclusively of Bohemian Hop nno oeiocioa voioraao staney. pilserjer Bottled Beer a Specialty ADOLPH J. ZANO, General Manager, B. HAN LEY, Local Agent. The Yost iWriting Machine. 1 he New and .Higher Standard. J 1 ,i Mr. Yost (the Inventor ef the two other typewriters whose Ufe fs world-wide), has perfected this machine upon tinipllfled Ideas. F KO RIBBON. DIRECT PRINTING; PER MANENT ALIGNMENT. Exhaustively tes ted aud Guaranteed as to SPEED, Strength, aud MANIFOLDING POWER. unprecedented lniroaucuou; owibuwiiwu I the first year. J-ntn T TVAKTO flon'l A crt. TlnnvBT. L. A. IEBBY, Ter. Agt, Albuquer que, N. M. i-'i-W',.!: MEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO, Local Agt. UMBEB Feed and Transfer. AU kinds el koatcli and Mulshed Lamber; Texas floorlnt at the lowest Market Crloe, Wi Iowa and Doors. Also oairy en a sjeuerai Transfer basinets and teal la Hay aud Grain Ottino near A., T. & 8. F. Depot. DUDROW & HUGHES, Proprietors JNO. HAMPEL, fin, Tar and Grave PLUMBING I0 CDS flTlING, Lowest prices and first ol work. LOWER 'FRISCO ST., 8AP.T K SIMON FILCER Contractor & Builder. Cabinet Making of all kinds, and repair ing done promptly and in a first olass man ner; Alius; and repairing saws. Shop, four doors below Sohnepple's, n 'Frisco Street 33 ZE3I IsEIil THE' GREAT IP IE O FRU O S "V -A. L Ij B "2" I T BELT of MEW MEXICO ! 1000 Miles Nearer all Eastern Markets than California. Tim canal system of tbe PECOS IBBTOATIOJI AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY covers 300,000 acres of MAGNIFICENT LAND in this MATCHLESS LOCALITY, enterable at tli Government price, of $1.25, 'r ONE DOLLAR AND TWENTY-FIVE CENTS PER ACRE I The land Is all PUBLIC DOMAIN and $1.25 Either under the J-oert Act, Timber Culture, Pr-emption or Homestea'l Laws. The soil is a rich, chocolate-colored, sandy loam, from six tv twenty leet deep, underlaid by lime-stone. In fact it Is a lime-stone region UNSUBPAH8KH IN iaCHNESH by the famous Cumberland Valley. With au altitude of 3.500 feet above sea level, It has A CLIMATE WONDERFULLY EQUABLE AND HEALTH Y ! No snows: no Northers' no dampuMSs; no malaria; uo consumption ! PUKE, and ABUNDANT WATER; so 1 here produces live cuttings of alfalfa the year, ana two crops of grain; wheat, oats and barley being harvested In June and corn then plan tod on the same land Ot-iug cut in the Autumn. For further particulars, address, f THE PECOS IHRICATION AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY," Eddy, Eddy County, New Mexico.