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RT MEW EICN PHHT!N CO. jS-Entered as Seeonci f:ifl matter at the Santa Z"e PostOrtW. BATKS OP SUBSCRIPTIONS, Daily, per week, by carrier , $ 25 Daily, per month, by carrier I DO Daily, per month, lv mail 1 M Daily, three months, by mail 2 60 Daily, six months, by mail 5 00 Daily, one year, by mil'. 10 00 Weekly, per montj, 25 iVeekly, perquartew 75 Weely, per six months 1 00 Wnekly, per ,"ear 2 00 All contracts and bills for advertising pay able monthly. jj.il communication intended for publica tion m list be accomponied by the writer's a'"e and address not for publication but i evidence of good faith, and should be ad nresxed to The Kditor. Letters pertaining to ftnaine.3 slvmlii be ii.hirt'sml Naw Mexican Printing Co-, Sauia Fe, New Mexico. BLOOD: B. W Ts a genres nf times Jlll suHerinir. Tho system Mt HI should be tlinroiiKbiy cleansed of all limmr. Iities, and the Blood kept in a healthy con dition. S.S.S. re moves all taint nf whatsoever origin, and builds up the gen eral health. Far three yelrt I was lo troubled with malarial puison that life lost all itl dtrns 1 1 tried mercurial iwd Potash remedies, but could get no relief A lew oomcs uih made a com piste and per manent cure. j.A. RICE. Ottawa.Kan. Cur Heole on Biood and Skin D-.seat.es mailed tree. mF t spicIFic en., AtUnt, Go. MADE PURE TheNnw Mexican is the oldest news paper iu New Mexico. It is sent to every Po-t Office in the Territory and has a large tJd growing circulation among the intelli gent and progressive l.eople of tlie southwest. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24. THIS IS BUSINESS. The advertising columns erf a paper are an iuftUIible gange of the enterprise of the town in which the paper is published. . The New Mexican is an elegant paper an honor to Santa Fe, and a factor in its development more potent for good than all others combined; yet its advertis ing patronage is the most beggarly in the torritory. Lns Vegas Optic, April 12, 1895. most every branch of trade, that the out look is most encouraging. "Their orders are on a larger soale than for the last two years, and they are in creasing their purchases of raw materials in expectation that they may have to pay higher prices for them. "We are in a position to produce at lower costs than ever before. In this re speet, we have, within the last two years, made very important gains upon other manufacturing oountries. The pressure of the new tariff has to some extent con tributed to this; partly by compelling manufacturers to improve their methods and economize on the costs of produc tion, and partly by the cheapening of some of their raw materials. In one ar ticlo or another, they are treading close on the heels of England and Germany in the foreign markets; and one of the early results of the new conditions is likely to be a material increase in our exports of homo manufacturers." Let justice be done. Da. Chaunoey Depew evidently didn't have the situation sized up correctly when he said the other day that eastern people did not regard the silver movement with any sort of seriousness. Blackbubn, of Kentucky; Harris, of Tennessee, and McConnell, of Illinois, have recently added their names to the Deniocrntio roll of honor for silver. All big men. Next! Since the rise in the price of beef, a regular boom in poultry farming has struck New Mexico. People in doubt as to how to run a chicken ranch should in quire of Col. Winfield Scott Williams, of the Sooorro Chieftain. Ma. Cosme Hebrkba, superintendent of publio schools in Santa Fe county, has, under authority of law, designated April 2!) as Arbor day in this county. This is an event that, next to the celebration of American independence, should be ob served in New Mexico. Let the public school teachers do their duty. Somehow or other the average citizen appears to possess the opinion that the Republicans are going to have it all their own way in the next oongress despite the fact that a Democratic president is still on deck. The fact is there will be three political organizations in the senate when it meets in December, neither one of which will have a majority. The Re publicans will have three or more votes than the Democrats, and the Populistio senators will hold the balance of power, In this condition of affairs neither party of itself can organize the senate, and as the Populists are looking for all the self aggrandizement possible the chances are that, with a Democratic veto confronting them, they will gladly go with the Demo crats whenever opportunity offers. "SIMPLY IMPOSSIBLE." That is what they say in London about the treaty between Japan aud China, upon the assumption that the reports represent the facts involved in the treaty and are, in short, accurate. The treaty, as reported, permits Japan to hold the territory captured in the war, and conveys to her the island of Formosa and a good elioe of the Chinese mainland This is, of course, "impossible" from the English point of view. But n point perhaps even less palata ble in England, says the New York Jour nal, is that the treaty compels China to make with Japan an allianco "offensive and defensive." Such an alliance would imply the com bination of these two far eastern states upon an Asiatio policy, which would make them sufficient for themselves and would lift them out of the condition of tutelage to Europe in which they have lived for all the past period of their his tory so far aB it touches foreign countries. The present moment is, therefore, a critical one. Shall England lose that commercial hold upon China in virtue of which China was a sorb of commercial province? Shall Russia, Franoe and Germany be pushed aside and Asia cease to be dependent upon their will? That will be the effect of the ratifica tion of the treaty. Will it be ratified, or will they interfere? PRESS COMMENTS. They Don't Mix. One candidate for the nomination next vear has withdrawn. Steve Elkins is out of the race. He is satisfied with his posi tion as senator and a "solid silver man." Stephen has his faults, but laokof shrewd ness is not one of them, and as a solid silver man perhaps he realizes that silver, West Virginia and a Republican nomina tion do not mix. Albuquerque Democrat. St. John's Conversion. A reporter for an eastern paper has been interviewing W. P. St. John, presi dent of the Mercantile National bank, of New York, with the purpose of ascertain ing how he happened to be in favor of the unlimited coinage of silver, thus oc cupying a position so completely at var- ience with that of other gentlemen in sim ilar positions. Mr. St. John has told him in substanoe that his position was the re sult of nine years' hard study of the question, entered upon for the purpose of being able to completely refute the argu ments of the silverites. He found him self in the position of him who went to scoff and remained to pray. Pueblo Chieftain. Looking; W estw ard. Omaha papers report the railroad of fices of that city crowded with homeseek- ers anxious to take advantage of the pre vailing low rates and oome west, lhese landseekers' tickets are limited to return by April 80, but the Bee prediote another issue, and a possible rate war, which will have the effect of landing thousands of people in Colorado, Wyom ing, New Mexico and other of the moun tain states and territories. This faot bears out the predictions made in the Denver News, a week or two ago, that the coming season would see a large immigration into this and adjoining seosiors, a westward movement always occurring immediately after the hard times which succeed a panic. That it will be materially aided by the railways is doubtless true, for each one of the trans Miseouri lines is anxious not only to oarry as many passengers as possible, but to develop the country along its line, and thereby build up a permanent local traffic. Hence, the News thinks that there is every prospect that many thousands of people will this season find new homes in the west. There is an abundance of room for them, and their coming means the in auguration of a more prosperous era. Immigration means more farms, more or chards, more mines opened and worked and more industries in every avenue of production and trade. To enoourage this movement is the duty of all organ ized commercial bodies as well as of every individual interested in the growth of the west. Las Vegas Optic. The VALLEY of a N.E W MEXICO FFER8 unequaled advantages to the farmer, fruit grower, live stook raiser, dairyman, bee- Iraanu. anil t.n tho hnm A.BAntrPI. fVAtlPrnllv. Thn anil nf the Pecos Vallev is of hitrh averacre fertility, and under irrigation nroduoes bountiful crops of most of the grasses, grains, vegetables, berries aud fruits of the temperate and some of those of the semi tropical zone. In such fruit as the peaoh, pear, plum, grape, prune, aprioot, nectarine, cherry, quinoe, etc., the Valley will dispute for the pre-emineuoe with California; while competent authority pronounces its upper portions in particular the finest apple country in the world. Enormous yields of such forage crops as alfalfa, sorghum aud Egyptian corn make the feeding of cattle and sheep and the raising and fattening of hogs a very profitable occupation. The cultivation of oanaigre a tanning material of great value is becoming an important industry iu the Pecos Valley, a home market having been afforded for all that oan be raised, at a price yielding a handsome profit. The olimate of the Pecos Valley has no superior in the United States, being pre-eminently healthful and health restoring. Lands with perpetual water-rights are for sale at low prices and on easy terms. The water supply of the Peoos Valley has no equal in all the arid region for oonstaney and reliability; and tt,is with the superb oHuiiite, productive soil and the facilities afforded by the railway which extends through the Valley's en. tire length, Will obuss these lands to enjoy a constant, and at times rapid, increase in value. The recent completion of the Peoos Valley Railway to Roswell will cause the more rapid settlement and development of the upper portions of the Valley, inoluding the rich Feliz seotion. The oompany has recently purchased many nf the older improved farms about Roswell, and has now for sale lands to meet the wants of all raw lauds, partially improved lands, as well as farms with houses, orchards and fields of alfalfa and other crops. In the vioinity of Roswell several pieoes of land have been divided into five and ten acres tracts, suitable for orchards and truok farms in connection with suburban homes. Certain of these tracts are being planted to orchards, and will be cultivated and cared for by the oompany for three years at the end of which period they will be handed over to the purchasers. Write for pamphlet fully describing the terms and conditions on which these several classes of tracts are sold. FOR FULL INFORMATION REGARDING THE PECOS VALLEY WITH COPIES OF ILLUSTRA TED PUBLICATIONS ADDRESS The Pecos Irrigation and Improvement Company, Eddy, N. M., or Colorado Springs, Colo. iio East via Denver. The Burlington route, long and favora bly known to the traveling public, is still running two popular trains daily east; leaving Denver 9:50 p. m, and 11:30 a. m. for Lincoln, Omaha, St. Paul, Peoria, Chi cago, Kansas City, St. Joseph and St. Louis and all points east. These two daily trains are solidly vestibuled, made up of Pullman Sleepers, Reclining Chair cars, elegant Day Coaohes, and the famous O. B. & O. Dining Cars. Meals served on the a la carte plan. Train No. 2. leaving Denver at 9:50 p. m. arrives at Chioago 7:55. St. Louis 7:10 Becond morning, being the first train to those points, and ffoiniz the entire distance over its own traoks, avoiding transfers or missing of connections at Missouri river points. Ask your agents for tickets via the well- Known ana popular nnrungiua nuuve. REPUBLICAN TESTIMONY. A year ago Henry Clews and other Wall street Republican authorities were telling us through the eastern press that the passage of the Democratic tariff re form aot would sink the country into a slough of despond from which it aould never recover. To-day they sing a differ ent song. Under date of New York, 20th inst., Mr. Clews' banking house stands sponsor for this declaration: "The real extent of improvement now froinir on among our manufacturers is n - not generally nnderstood or credited. The most 'bullish' class in the country at the present moment are the manufac turers. They are better situated than any other class to feel and measure the first throbbings of a new impulse of de mand; and it is their testimony in el PROPOSALS FOR BUILDINGS, BUILD ING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. U. 8. Indian Industrial School, Phoenix, Ariz., April 3rd, 1805. SEALED PROPOSALS endorsed: "Proposals for Buildings, etc." as the oase may be, and addressed to the undersigned at Phoenix, Arizona, will be received at this school until one o'clook p. m., of Saturday, April 27th, 1895, for (1) furnishing the neceesary materials and labor to erect and complete one frame dormitory building, one frame hospital bnilding and one frame em ployes' quarters, (2) materials and labor to complete waterworks and sewerage systems, .-.nd (3) assorted lumber, doors, windows, hardware, etc, for general re Dairs. etc.. at this school, all in striot ac cordance with the plans and specifica tions which may be examined in the Office of this newspaper and of the Phoenix school. Proposals for the erection of the build ings must state the length- of time pro posed to be consumed in construction, a form of proposal is attached to the speoi cations for the buildings. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or any part of any bid if deemed for the best interest of the service. The attention of bidders is invited to the Act of Congress, approved August 1, 1892, entitled: "An Act relating to the limitation of the hours of daily service of laborers and mechanics employed up on the publio works of the United States and of the District of Columbia;" also to the Aot of Congress approved Angus 13, 189i, entitled: "An Act for the pro tection of persons furnishing materials and labor for the construotiBU oi puD lio works." CERTIFIED CHECKS. Each bid mus be accompanied by a certified check o draft upon some United States depository or solvent National Bank in the vioinity of the residence of the bidder, made pavable to the order of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for at least FIVE PER CENT of the amount of the proposal, which oheok or draft will be forfeited to the United States in oase any bidder or bidders receiving an award Bhall fail to promptly execute a contract with good and sufficient sureties, otherwise to be returned to the bidder. Bids accompanied by cash in lieu of certified cheoks will not be considered. For any further information, apply to HARWOOD HALL, Superintendent. NOTICE.-The bidder should attach list to his or their bid or bids specifying the prioe per foot, pound, etc, of ma terials under head of pipe materials, etc, and assorted lumber, doors, windows, etc. referring to same in their bid as "per list hereto attached." Home-Seekers Excursion. On April 23, the Santa Fe Route will run a home-seekers excursion from Chi cago and Missouri river points to all stations reached via the Santa Fe Route in Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory, Kansas, Colorado, New Mexioo, Arizona and Utah at the rate of one lowest ri rat-class fare plus $2. Limited return twenty days. Proclamation of He ward. Executive Office, ) Santa Fe, N. M-, April 22, 1895. j Whereas, on the night of the 24th, of March, 1S96, some unknown persons way laid and attempted to murder Eugene A. Dow, near the town of Tajiqun, Valencia county, New Mexioo; and Whereas, Buch person or persons are fugitives from justice, Now, therefore, I, W. T. Thornton, governor of the terri tory of New Mexico, by virtue of the au thority in me vested, and for the pur pose of securing the arrest of the said parties, do hereby offer a reward of one hundred and fifty dollars ($160) each for the arrest and delivery to the sheriff of Valencia county, of said guilty parties; reward to be payable out of any money in the territorial treasnry appropriated for rewards. Witness r.iy hand and the great seal of the territory of New Mexioo, this, the 22d day of April, A. D., 1895. W. T. TnOBHTOM, Governor of New Mexioo. By the Governor: Lobion Muxes, Secretary of the Territory. PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES AND TRANSPORTATION. Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, April 2, 1895. Healed proposals, indorsed "Proposals for Beef (bids for beet must be submitted in separate envelopes), Flour or Transporta tion, etc," as the case may be, and direct ed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, corner State and Twelfth Streets, Chicago, Illinois, will be received until 1 o'clook p. m., of Tuesday, April 80, 1895, for fur nishing for the Indian Service, Beef, Flour, Baoon, and other articles of subsistenae; also for agricultural implements, wagons, harness, hardware, medioal supplies, and a long list of miscellaneous articles; also bids for the transportation of sneh of the articles, goods and supplies as may not be contracted for to be delivered at the agenoies. Sealed proposals, indorsed "Proposals for Coffee, Sugar, Clothing, etc.," as the oase may be, and direoted to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Not 77 and 79, Wooster Street, New York City, will be reoeived until 1 o'clook p. m., of Tuesday, May 21, 1895, for furnishing for the Indian service, coffee, sugar, tea, rioe, beans, baking powder, soap, groceries, blankets, woolen and cotton goods, cloth ing, notions, hats and caps, boots and shoes, and orockory. Bids must.be made out on Government blanks. Schedules giving all neoeBsary information for bid ders will be furnished upon application to the Indian Office at Washington, Nos. 77 and 79, Wooster Street, New York City, or Corner State and Twelfth Streets, Chi oago, Illinois; the Commissaries of Sub sistence, U. 8. A., at Cheyenne, Leaven worth, Omaha, St. Lonis, and Bt. Paul; the postmasters at Sioux City, Yankton, Arkansas City, Caldwell, Topeka, Wiohita, and Tucson. Bids will be opened at the hour and days nbove stated and bidders aie invited Ml ue irrmwuii an iilia upeiuug. CERTIFIED CHECKS. All bids mast be accompanied by certified cheoks or drafts upon some United States Deposi tory, or solvent National Bank, for at least five per cent of the amount of the proposal. D. M. BROWNING, Commissioner. XstaMUhed 1WJ THE NEW MEXICAN PRINTING COMPANY PRINTERS AND BINDERS. PUBLI8HER0 OF DAILY NEW MEXICAN WEEKLY NEW MEXICAN NUEVO MEXICANO. Bole owners an msiufaoturers for Naw Msxlos f Mm V&T tAnn flat oriNnra blakkboox' All kinds of JOB W0BJC doas with nsatass and; Jaespstoh. Write for Estimates on Work. The Best Equipped Office in Southwest The Jpjrum. AMERICA'S LEADING REVIEW Pwwwwwwwwwwv Ttrn TVintrxr tnlra nn for rilaniiiutlnn. dnrinff $300 1895, an unusually wide rango of timely and important topics by the most eminent writers o29C a numoor. 5 ln thB fleldg o poi.ti0a. Finance. Sociolosr. Fer Sale Everrwhore. Literature, Religion, Art, and Science. To read The Forum Is to keep In touch with the best thought oi ths day. To be without Tl.o Forum 1st mill tho bolt hilpio clur thinking. A catalogue of the writers who have contributed articles to THB FORUM la the past would embrace practically every man of eminence In America, and -most r !.. I Ktirana. A list of subject treated would cover In the widest decree all topics of contemporaneous Interest. THB FORUM Is therefore of Inestimable vain to any one who desires to steep closely in touon witn too uen uit mi THE FORUM PUBLISHING COMPANY. Union Square, New York. EUGIIil Farm Lands! UNDER IRRIGATING DITCHES. old Mines! Choice Mountain and Valley Lands near the Fool K lis For the Irrigation of ths Prairies and Valleys bstween Raton and Springer One Hundred miles of large Irrigating Canals nava been built These lands with perpetual was rights are sold cheap and on the easy tents ef tea annual parmeats, with 7 per osnt interest. Id addition to the above there are 1,400,000 acres of land for sale, con sisting mainly of Agricultural, Coal and Timber Lands, The olimate la unsurpassed, and alfalfa, grain eavd fruit of all kinds grow to perfection and in abundance. Tbose wishing to Tiew the lasds can seowe special rates on the rail roads, and wiU haToarosato also sv tho eases, tf shsp should buy 160 acros or Move. The famous Cold Mining Camps nea Elizabethtown and Baldy are thrown open to prospeotoxs on more favorable terms than locations on Government laud. Mining regulations sent on application. Daily, four-horse, covered coaches leave Springer at 7 a. m., except Sundays, for Cimarron, Baldy and Elizabethtown, and leave these points every morning, Sundays excepted, for Springer. The A., T. & S. F. and TJ. P. D. & O. railroads cross this property. WARRANTY DEEDS GIVEN. For full particulars apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT CO. Raton. New Mexico. The Short Line a CIOQOflCPc 1 To all Points East, North, South and West, THROUGH PULLMAN SERVICE. Fine line of equipment, dining and chair cars on all trains between Kansas City and Chicago, ftsk agents below ? for time cards. ' 0. H. MOREHOUSE, Div. Frt. Agt., El Paso, Tex. H. S. LUTZ, Agent, Santa Fe, N. COAL & TRANSFER, LUMBER AND FEED All kinds of Rough and Finished Lumber; Texas Flooring at the lowest Market Prioe; Windows and Doors. Also carry on a general Transfer Business and deal ln Bay and Grain. DUDROW & DA VIS, Props. PEOFESSIONAL OABDS, J. B. BRiDY, Bentist. Booms in Kahn Block, ovoi Spits' Jewelry Store. Office honrs, 9 to 12 a. m.; 3 to S p. m. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. MAX FROST, Attorney at Law, Santa Fe, New Mexioo. VICTORY & POPE, Attorneys at law, Santa Fe, N. M. Will practice in all the oonrts. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, Offloe in Griffin blook. Collections and searching titles a specialty. EDWARD L. BARTLETT, Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Mexioo. Offloe, Catron block. E. A. FISKE, Attorney and connselor at law, P. 0. Box "F," Santa Fe, N. M., praotiees in su preme and all distriot oonrts of New Max ioo. A. A. Foreman, Eifsoo Baca Late Asso. J out ice N. M. Sup. Oonrt. Attorneys at Law, Sooorro, N. M. Will practice in the courts of Socorro. Lin coln, Chaves and Eddy oonnties. Also in the Supreme and U. S. Land oonrts at Santa Fe. HENRY L. WALDO, Attorney at Law. Will praotlee in the several oourts of the territory. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to his oar. Office in Catron block. T. F. CONWAY, Attorney and Connselor at Law, Silver City, New Mexico. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to his oare. Praotioe in all the courts in the territory Notice. Territory of New Mexioo, County of Santa Fe. In the District Court, 1st Ju dicial Distriot. Lillie Buokels, complainant, vs. Charles Edward Bockels, respondent. Chanoery No. . Divorce. The said defendant, Charles Edward Buckets, is hereby notified that a suit in chancery has been eommenoed against him in the district oonrt for the county of Santa Fe, Territory of New Mexioo, by said complainant, Lillie Bookels, asking for a dinsolution of the bonds of matri niony existing between said parties, and that unless he enter his appearance in said suit on or before the first return day, ooonrring not less than twenty days after servioe hereof, if defendant served is a resident of said judicial district, or on the first return day occurring not less than thirty days after service hereof, if the defendant served is not a resident of said district, the first Monday of. each month being return day, a deoree proeon fesso therein will be rendered against him. bial . Geo. L. Wtllts, Clerk. A. B. Renehan, Solicitor for Comp'ant Santa Fe, N. M., April IS, 1895.