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The Daily Hew Mexican
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Bauta Fe Post Office.
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of good faith, and should be addressed to the
editor. Letters pertaining to business should
ee addressed to Na w Mkxvcan Printing Co.
tlauta Ke, New Mexico.
SF-The New Mexican is the oldest news
paiiui in New Mexico. It is sent to every Post
Omce in the Territory aud has a large and grow
las circulation among tho intelligent and pro
gressive people of the southwest.
THURSDAY. JANUARY 23.
ANNIVERSARIES.
January 331. "
Francis Bacon, 1561.
Lord Byron, 1788.
Henry VII, 1547.
Leasing, 1729.
George Stevens, 1800.
Richard Westall f painter),
1850.
Parepa Rosa, 1874.
Adam Forepaugh, 1800.
First I'nited Parliament of Great Britain
and Ireland, 1801.
Fi sh along with your school bill, gen
tlemen of the assembly; the session is
nearly half over and something must be
done in school matters.
Fail not to pass, introduce, discuss and
pass a bill regulating the outrageous ex
press charges in New Mexico; these
charges retard all business and are a
detriment to the business prosperity of
the territory ; look after this to the people
very important matter.
The Democratic bosses assert that no
appropriations shall go through, no mat
ter how important, unless their com
mands and desires are carried out; if
they can stand the responsibility, the
rest of the people, who seem to be very
small potatoes, compared with the Demo
cratic bosses, can also. The future
will tell how this sort of business will
work.
Tukrb is this much difference between
the Republicans of New Mexico and the
Democratic party bosses ; the latter desire
to settle elections by dishonest and cor
rupt practices, fraud and violence, stuffing
of ballot boxes and the stealing of ballot
boxes and returns ; the former proceed
in the settlement of election questions in
an honest, lawful and legal manner;
thafs all the difference and tho only
difference.
Colorado is in a very bad way as re
gards the raising of funds for making an
exhibit at the Worlds' Fair. The income
of the state is now scarcely enough to pay
the actual running expenses of the gov
ernment,and it is not at all probable that an
appropriation for an exhibit will be made.
Either private subscriptions or an ar
rangement where in each county shall look
out for itself is likely to be the resorted to
to remedy the matter.
The lower house of Congress will this
week probably get action on the bill to
reclassify and fix the salary of the railway
mail service. This is certainly timely
legislation, and Congress cannot im
prove the present arrangement any too
rrakk. The railway mail clerks in the
southwest, to our knowledge, are worked
beyond all reason, and while raising the
salary of these, as it should, it would be
well to authorize the employment of ad
ditional clerks.
The Democratic blackmailing sheet in
Albnquerque that is being edited by the
Democratic executive committee is now
slandering Judge Seeds ; that is very well
for Judge Seeds ; that sheet is known to
attack honest and fearless officials and
good and valuable citizens for the pur
poses of blackmail and at the behest of
the lawyer bosses of the Democratic party ;
if that party can stand the racket, the
gentlemen attacked by the sheet certain
ly can.
THE GREAT FRUIT
Tbe aanal system of
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.a- .- i.rt Art.
fciirj uin.". - ' . ' . '
rrwuTTRPABSED IN BICHNESS by tha famous Cnmoeriana voiiey. itn an siuiuu m o,pw ms tea ., uH
. i. . a-i t DTTimi AnrvnivT WATSiKi as. I bar oTodnees flva sntMnss of alfalfa the s
amimej BOinaua-. v.
n tba fan land LePC in
Report your school bill, gentlemen,
and discuss it, and let ns know what ycu
are going to do in that line.
Will anything be done in the matter
of suppressing gambling or will nothing
be done ? Is the lobby two strong ?
All appropriations should be made in
.. 1 1.111 . ut !a
l:,B KBuerm appropntuiuu urn , umt m
the system adopted by the federal gov-
eminent.
Every county olHciul should have a
fixed and stated salary and the fee system
should be abolished ; the latter Is a very
pernicious and bad one and leads to great
corruption. Establish a salary system
the peoplo.
The modest sum of $50,003 is wanted
for the purpose of placing an exhibit from
New Mexico at the World's Fair at Chi
cago ; a good deal can be done with $o0,
000 in several directions, that is a fact.
Whether the game Is worth the candle
in this instance is a very serious question,
and one that demands full, careful and
thorough consideration.
Twknty-fivs days of the session have
come and gone and only thirty-five days
remain ; set to work and legislate, ye
members of the house of representatives,
wherein the Democratic party has a ma
jority ; the council is ready, willing and
anxious to procure good, needed and
wholesome legislation ; get to work, while
there is yet time.
A uevision and compilation of the laws
of New Mexico is hard and important
work j such a revision and compilation
can not be finished in a day or in forty
days ; if anything In that line is to be
done, the commission of lawyers to do
that work should be given ample time;
six months would be none too much.
There are only thirty-five days of the ses
sion left and absolutely nothing of any
value could be done in that direction dur
ing the remainder of the session.
Tub historic southwest, full of folk-lore,
romance without limit, rugged scenic
beauty and archaeological interest, is just
now beginning to attract some attention
from the literary world. H. Rider Hag
gard, the novelist, is the latest to see what
rare material exists in these parts for
treatment by the literatenr, and he is now
en route to Mexico where he will make
exhaustive study of antiquities with a
view to giving to the world of letters a
romance dealing with Aztec civilization
of about the time of the Spanish conquest.
His work will be looked for with more
than ordinary interest.
Tub circulation of the Nuw MnxtcAN,
the daily, the weekly and the Spanish
edition, Is growing; this journal reaches
more readers in the territory than any
other paper; it goes to a great many
Spanish speaking subscribers; this paper
will have, as soon as the record is done,
occasion to either praise or condemn
members of the 29th legislative assembly,
aud it will do so in no uncertain tone ;
the people shall know what members of
the recent assembly were faithful and
honest public servants, and what mem
bers were corrupt and dishonest, bought
up by corporations and monopolies and
under the dictation of the party bosses ;
this journal will accord praise where it
justly belongs and put blame where it
properly and fairly applies. The people
shall be fully informed of every member's
doings, good or bad or indifferent.
What They Say About Matters Be
fore the Legislature.
Desires Proper Assessments.
One of the most important matters
which should receive legislative attention
is Borne measure to secure the proper
assessment of property for the purposes
of taxation. A large amount of property
escapes taxation entirely and there are
in many Instances unequal assessments.
It has been proposed to have precint as
sessors. This would be too cumbersome.
This county has forty-three precincts and
in some of the precincts, we are satisfied,
it would be impossible to find a compe
tent person to make the assessments,
and the boundary lines of the pre-
cints are so imperfectly defined that
it would produce confusion worse con
founded, and much property would be
likely to escape taxation. The Reporter
would now suggest a plan which we be
lieve would be a decided improvement
upon the present system. Abolish the
office of county assessor and make the
county commissioners ex-officio assessors
for the respective districts which they
represent in the county board. As the
board of county commissioners they act
as a board of equalization, and by per
sonally acting as assessors in their respec
tive districts they would become better
informed, and a more complete and
equable assessment would be secured,
while the system would not be too cum
bersome for practical purposes. San Mar
cial Reporter.
The Reporter After tbe Probate Clerks,
The Reporter wishes to call attention
of members of the legislature who are
THE
1000 Miles Nearer all
IBRIOATION AD IMPEOVEMENT COMPANY
tbe PECOS
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Timber rnitnrei. Pi.flmDtlon or
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PURE, and ABUXDAN7
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the Aatomn. For further
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WHAT
AILS
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you, but it is true. These are the sure symptoms or trus ternoia oiseaso. inns
is one thing which will check it and that is
DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY.
It Is rooommended by the best phrslolans In Europe and Anarioa.
MnM, 6 mil aaa (1.0 pv Bottle.
W. H. HOOKER & CO., 46 West Broadway. New York.
FOB BALK BY A. C. IBBI.AFD, Jr., SANTA FE.
working in the interest of economy, to
section 2843 of the Compiled Laws. In
accordance with It the assessment rolls
are turned over to the county clerks, who
make two copies of them. The clerks
charge the different counties from $500 to
$1,500 for the work. The clerks also
charge the different counties from $40
to $150 for making ont a tabulated
statement of live stock in their respec
tive counties. All this is prop
erly, and should be made a part of the
duties of the assessors for which their
present compensation is ample pay.
They now receive a commission of five
percent., which amounts to upwards of
$3,000 in this county, while the time re
quired to perform their duties does not
exceed four months. The change sug
gested by the Reporter would save the
taxpayers of the Territory in the aggre
gates from $10,000 to $12,000, and make
the labor performed by the assessors of
the several counties more commensurate
with the compensation they receive.
Ban Marcial Reporter.
Chamberlain's Bye and
Skin
Ointment,
A oertain cure for Chronio Sore Eyes.
Tetter, Salt Eheum, Scald Head, OlC
Chronio Sores, Fever Sores, Eozema
Itoh, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipple
and Files. It is oooling and soothing.
Hundreds of oases have been cured by
it after nil other treatment had failed
It is pnt np in 85 and 60 oent boxes.
Type-writer paper in all sines and quali
ties for sale at the New Mexican office.
Options, lease of real estate and per
sonal property blanks for sale at the Nkw
Mexican printing, office.
Blank oaths of office and bonds can be
had at the office of the Nsw Mexican
Printing company.
All kinds of legal blanks, deeds, justice
of the peace blanks, note books, etc.
all stock at the Nkw Mrxican office.
For surorlor work ii tho lino of book
tending call at tho New Mkxican of
fice. Orders by nail given prompt atten
tion. THIS PAPER is kept en file at E. C
Pake's advertising yncy, 64 and 65
Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco,
Cal., where contracts for advertising can
1 mHi fnr it
SOL. SPIEGELBERG
The old reliable merchant at Pant
Fe, bas added largely
bis stook of
GENTS'
And those In need of ar article
In bis Una wonld do well
to enll on him.
SAN FRANCISCO STRFET
ON
BUSINESS NOTICES.
FOB SALE.
FOR SALE. Option blanks at office of nkw
Mixicak Printing company.
T?OR SALE. Coal Declaratory Statements at
i' tbe oau-e of Dally aaw uixican.
Health is Wealth!
TTsSyt
Dr. E. C West's Nerve and Brain Treatment, a
guaranteed spe iflc for hysteria, disslness, c n
vnlBlons, fits, nervnns neuralgia, headache, ner
vous prostration canted hy the use of alcohol or
tobacco, wakefulness mental depression, soft
ening of tbe brain resulting In insanity and
loading to misery, decay and d- eth, pramatnre
old age, Bamnne-s, loasox power in eiinrr sex,
involnntarv losses and snermatrrhcea caused
by over exertion of the brain, sn abuse or over
indulgence. Each box con'alns one month's
treatment; II a box or six boxes for IS, tent by
man prepaia on receipt 01 price.
WI GUARAHrBK BIX BOXII
To cure any case. With eaeh order received b;
us for six boes, accompanied with 16. we wll
send the purchaser oar written giarantee to re-
fnnd the money If the treatment does not etfect
a enre. Gnaranteet issued only by A. O. Ireland,
Jr., druggist, sole agent, Hants re, . w.
FURNISHING GOODS
PECOS
ONE DOLLAR AND TWENTY-FIVE
UoiHcstead Laws. The) soil Is a rich, cbooolat6cloredf sandy
.. w.a.j t
WATEBjl so I bar produces
.
ptttticWars, adOfoxs.
You feel tired Do you know
what it means? You are nor.
vous Why? You cough in the
morning Do you realize the cause:
Your appetite is poor What makes
it so 1 You seem like a changed
person to your friends Do you
know what is the matter, or has
the change been so gradual it has
escaped your notice ?
You havo Consumption!
We do not say this to - frighten
JNO. HAMPEL,
fin, Tar and Grave"
PLUMB!!; M GAS fllTUC,
Lowest prices and fl at el wor
LOWER TK1SCO ST., BAMFBN-
ACADEMY
OF
Our Lady of Light!
CONDUCTED BY TDK
SISTERS 01 LORffiO,!-
SANTA FE, N. M.
The Annual Session bigins en Sept. 1st.
Foi Information, nddress,
MOTHER FRANCISCA LA MY
J. W. OLINGER.
Undertaker-s-and-:- EmbalmeK
Marble and Granite
MONUMENTS
lit Kast Artistic Mn
AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES.
Oor. Water and Woo Oa nar 8ts.,
WORK SECOND TO NONE
In TOWN.
Shaving IS rts. Hair Cutting - 35 eta
We solicit the patronage of the public and
guarantee satlsiaction.
A. T. SPCELOCK, Frop.,
Assisted by First-Class Artist.
PE0FESSI0NAL CARDS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
GEO. O. PRESTON,
Attorney at Law. Prompt and careful Mention
given to all business ntrnsted to him. Will
practice in all courts of the territory.
BALPH K. TWITCHKLL,
Attorney at Law Bplegelberg block, Santa Fe,
New Mexico.
MAX FROST,
S.TTOBH1T at Law, SanU Fe. New Mexico.
OKO. W. KMAEBEL,
Offloe In the Sena Building, Palace Avenne.
Collections and Searching Titles a specialty.
XDWAKU L. BAKTLETT,
Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Office over
Second National Bank.
HKMKT L. WALDO,
Attorney at law. Will practice in the several
courts of the territory. Prompt attontl given
to all business intrusted to his care.
I, f. COHWAT. S. 8. FOBET. W. A. HAWKINS.
CONWAY, I'OSKI ft HAWKINS,
Attorneys ind Coanselors at Law, Silver Clt"
New Mexico. Prompt attention given to a'li
business intrusted to anr care. Practice in all
the courts of the territory.
m. 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
tentlon given to mining and Spanish aud Mex
ican land grant litigation.
T. B. CATHOM. J. H. KHAXBXL. T. W. CLANCV
CATRON, KNAEEIL A CLANCY,
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors in Chancery
Santa Fe, New Mexico. Practice in all the
Courts in the Territory. One of the firm will bf
at all timet in Santa Fe.
WILLIAM WHITK,
0. S. Deputy Surveyor and O. R. Deputy Mineral
Surveyor.
Locations made upon public lands. Famishes
Information relative to Spanish aud Mexican
land grants. Ofhces In Kirscnner Block, seooud
Boor. Santa Fe. N. M
JOHN F. VICTORY,
Attorney at Law. Office in County Court House
W ill i ractloe in the several Ci urts of the Ter
r.tory and the U. S. Land Office at Santa Fe
Examination of titles to Sp nlsh and Mexican
Grants, Mines, and other real t, carefully and
promptly attended to. Patents for Mines se
cured.
D. VT. MANLET,
DENTIST.
Over CM. Creamer'l Drat; Store.
OFNOBHOCBB, - . 9 to 19, to 4
Eastern
St. Julian BarlierSnop
coTers SOOJOOO acres of MAGNIFICENT LAND In this MATOLTLESS LOCALITY. Tho land is all PUBLIC DOMAIN and
mrr i i l (A ..
vo eutttngs of alfalfa the ?ar,
...... rv sBtiAn
SIMON FILCER
Contractor & Bittr.
Cabinet Making or all kinds, and repair
ing done promptly and In aflrstolassroa
nar; mine aud repairing saws.
Shop, four doors below Selinepple's,
on 'Frltoo 8 reet.
ARCHITECT andJIOHTRACTOB
ANTONIO WINDSOR
CLOSE FIGrURWCI'
Moots rj sothmbb
fcOjJCD EORAlftC&
rians and losoUm.sM fatalsae
plloaUosi. Correapondeaoe solloltsela
emcs, Santa Fe. Ns tiL
lower 'Frisco Street. ni rws
RABIES ft? CENTTOY OLO
1
OHEAPUHTFR PRfir. !!
STRONG ' '" ' I isi""o.
uuuauw ot Jltuiins, Lucal. Agtss,
.Profitable
Employment
FOR LADIES'
lsobtalnedby taa.ngop
ders fortbe most popn
lar Corset. Ya'st made.
Application uonld be
made esrlr.asonlyone
agentwtl. be appointed
In this Tleln.tr.
Address
jicksoi coast? co,
Jackson, Mich.
And ELECTRIC SUSPENSORY APPLIANCES are
Sent on 90 Days Trial
TO MEN (yoonar or old suffering with NERVOT78
DKBILITY, LOfiS OF V1TALITI,TaCK OF NKKVE
FOUCE A."D VIGOR. WASTING WEAKNESSES, and
ill tboso dlscaaea of a PEHSOHAL NATUIUC remilt
ing from ABUSES and OTHER CAUSES. Quick and
Complete Restoration to HEALTH, VIGOR and MAN
HOOD Alao for khkumatuh, 11 Kidney Tiwuhlks
and many other dineaBeB. The best Electbjc appli
ances onBahth. Full particulars sent la plaim sealed
SNVKLont. AddroM
VOLTAIC BELT CO., Marshall, Kioh.
J. WELTMER
BOOK, STATIONERY AND
NevsDepot!
MABIE, TODD & CO8 GOLD PENS
Freeh Oaudiei a Ipeelalty. flM Olcar
(1 tWi Xetdeaa, Mat
Miss A. Mugler,
illinery and
---Ton mi Pnnrlo
e
GRIFFIN BLOCK,
Southeast Cor. Washington At
SANTA FE, N.f.1.
2.00
IADIFS
75
Rrrvs
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE E'ipS
J. O.. SCHUMANN, Santa Fe.
afSg'Irj
1S
ll
VALLET
E LT of NEW
arkets than California
CENTS PER ACRE 1 s
loam, from six t twenty leet deep, underlaid by
A CLIMATE VOS DEBFULLT EQUABLE AND HEALTHY!
and two crops of grain; wheat,
inwiftATfON AMD .JMPmtfKMKftfT
arm Lands!
TDER IRRIGATING DITCHES.
Vice Aunlaie Valley and Lands near the foot Hill'
FOB SALE.
KM
fkv the- trrteattea of tha nralriet and
asaa hnndrnd mllea of larire irriffatine canata have bean bwtt tt
are hi
Tkeee
hi oonrM of oonitractton, with
landi with perpetual water right
. of ten an anal payments,
la addition to the above there
aaie, eeoautinK mainly of agricnltnral
Tbe climate la oniarpaaaed, and
fjnw te perfection and In abundance.
The A., T. & 8. F. railroad and the D., T. at Fort Wort railroad
Ma property, and other roada will soon follow.
TfcsM wishing to view the and, can secure special rates est the
Nads, aad will have a rebate alto en the same If they should bay 10 i
ar store of land.
Warranty
tag fail particulars apply to
The Maxwell
siHALia n
(H A RiD W A RjE
Plumbing, Gas
B. HANLEY,
BREWING C0Aoo-ac,tv
Parens JV50'000
w tM V Brewed exclusively of Bohemian Hop
Jk WvvvC a"d 8elected Colorado Barley.
Vi VaV pilscrjer Bottled Beer a Speolalty
lX ADOLPH J. ZANO, General Menager.
W. H. SOEHNCHEN,
Carpenter, Contractor ana Builder
J0BBIN8 PEOMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Back of Hotel Cap til, - Santa Fe, N. II.
THE SANTA "PE BAKERY
Bread, Pies and Cakes.
Groceries and Provisions.
P. SCHNEPPLE, Proprietor.
IN VIUItlTSCO efHEET, 1 I I I SAKTA WW, W. M-
lime-stone. In
oat and barley bolof barroated
vvmrnrti, rnnvj, tu
Taller! between Ratra tai
water for 70,uuu acres or immu
will be sold cheap and e tka eaay
with 7 per cent interest.
are 1 ,400,000 acre of
lands.
alfalfa, grain ad troK of al
Deeds Given
Land Grant Co
TSTEJW MBXIOO
& Steam Fitting.
Local Agent.
!
Sle25
fact it is a liino-stone region
No snows J no Northers I mm
In June and corn then plantsst
voumy, NOW mexlOO, 4
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