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It is rather gratifying to note that New Mexico wool is selling to-day for just about twice what it brought R"j-enr ngu when the much vaunted McKinley tariff schedule waa in vogoe. Who among onr friends, the enemy, would Imve ever thought it, and this under the Democratic tariff reform law, tool But that isn't all. The price of such wools as New Mexico produces is certain to show a steady ad vance from this time forward throughout the remainder of the year, at least. The factories at the east are running full time on orders that have been delayed for more than a year, and the New Mexican can not but see that this state of the manufacturing industry ranst of neces sity have a very marked effect upon the price of raw wools. PJtESS COMMENTS. Sinok Fire Alarm Foraker, of Ohio, has given such a beautiful black eye to the McKinley presidential boomlet he need no longer dread to send a ling of truce to ex-President Harrison. Tim Boston Herald says John Sherman J is right on the finance question but I wrong on the wool tariff. They'll get pretty thoroughly mixed on such subjects as these back there before the campaign of '!l(! is closed. The performances of the steamship St. Louie, says an exohange, proves that if other nations have taken from us the dominion of the seas as to commerce, it is not because we oan not build ships. But what is the use to the nation of the capacity to build the finest ships afloat if laws made in pursuance of the infamous policy of the Republican party give the commerce of the world to other nations? SftuBKTAKY Carlisle should hasten to send a marked copy of his speech to Sen ator Sherman. Washington Post. And certninly the venerable Ohio statesman should lose no needless time in blue pen ciling the impassioned passages in his re cent speech before the Ohio Republican convention and forwarding it to Secre tary Carlisle. The secretary might gome day want to run a state convention. If it tnrns ont correct that the presi dent has fixed upon Mr. Olney, at present attorney general, to snoceed the late Gen. tiresham as secretary of state, it is not improbable that Mr. Edward B. Whitney will step into the attorney general's shoes, He is a young man of rare ability, and as assistant attorney general has won the admiration of all true Democrats for the earnest and able defense of the income tax proposition so recently before the supreme court. Si'eakino of the recent notable declara tion of Hon. William O. Whitney, secre tary of the navy in President Cleveland's former cabinet, in favor of bimetallism, and his expression that European nations must wheel into line on a fixed and gen eral ratio, the New York World says: "This is the opinion not of a theorist not of a dreamer but of an eminently practioal man; of one who has made a study of the subject; who has thoroughly investigated the situation abroad and who is in a position to make himself ac quainted with the views of the controll ing minds and the policy of leading in terests in European countries." It was too bad that the prutraoted prosecution of murderers at the special term of the district court in this city obliged Jndge Langhlin to postpone the special term over in San Juan county. But when the thoughtful and intelligent peo pie of San Juan consider the substantial and invaluable results of the term here seven blood-stained criminals convicted of murder in the first degree they will hardly oomplain very much, especially as they have reason to know that when their turn does come Judge Langhlin wilt see that it is fruitful of as muoh good to their county as possible. Mr. Depew's Dinner. Right between Mr. Mills and ex-President Harrison the diagram shows Stephen B. Elkins. I suppose he was at the din ner not that he oares for dinners, for he is a small eater, most careful of his health, but because he is a good hand shaker and likes to know what is going on. I don't believe the man that Elkins would like to see president was even in vited to that dinner; if he was it was a courtesy net. He lives west of the Alle ghanys, and so far he Ims been smart euough to keep out of New York city. Still, nobody knows who Mr. Elkins is for not even Elkins. He never mnkes np his mind until he sees the whole lay out, and then when he does he goes to work, and when Elkius works it counts. He lays over any ordinary farm haud yon ever saw at a convention. He can lose more sleep and cause more people to lose more sleep than any man you ever saw. He just tramps the grass down, but you can never tell which tent his moccasins have gone into. He is always pleasant, always with a kindly greeting and a warm handshake. Usually he begins: "How are you f Delighted to see you." (Then to business.) "What's new, what do you hear and who told you?" Elkins is one of the shrewdest men we have. Just see how he handles the silver question. He owns a silver mine in the west and a con! mine in the east. Several times on public questions it looked as if he would split far beyond the hips and was liable to crack in the forehead, but somehow or other he always escaped. Do you know he is really a rare man; great ability, good habits, and, best of all, oomes of grand old Democratic stock. He married into a sturdy Democratic family; his father was a good old Democrat; his father-in-law is ex-Senator H6nry G. Davis, of WeBt Virginia, but, like his son-in-law, was hard to corner. Mr. Elkins is a charming man, a capital busi ness man and a good friend. What more do yon ask f Politics is a game, and he has a right to sit on either side of the board he prefers. New York Journal. Hmall Kami. There is a great advocacy everywhere of the subdivision of lands into small holdings. The reasons are, briefly, that greater care oan be taken by the ordinary family of the lesser quantity of land, a higher state of cultivation nttnined, finer fruit produoed and pleasant social inter course secured. Small holdings are con sistent with an increased population, and so, neoessarily, with an increased exDend- iture of money in the necessaries nnd luxuries of life. There are also more convenient commercial relations and greater power for effective local govern ment where the people are reasonably near together. The Times is glad to see that several of onr prominent citizens are dividing up and placing their large tracts of land on the market. These estates are near town and highly eligible for people desirous of acquiring homes in this county. This is as it should be. This is the right, pro gressive spirit. It is business, too, and these owners will make money. How ap parent it is that the man who holds on to a great extent of land, farms only a tew acres and accumulates a load of tnxes, is a poor man. The value of the land to him is deoreasmg; it is a useless horse "eating its head off." It is a "dog in the manger" policy. Places that have made the most rapid advance have always been the first to facilitate settlement by offer ing the greatest inducmenta in the way of of land bargains. Our friends who are advertising their lands are helping us along wondereully, and they will reap a sore reward in the increased value of property in their neigh borhoods. San Jnan Times. TnK press dispatches have been very busy of late telling western readers what Thomas Carter, chairman of the national Republican committee, has to say on sil ver. But the wily Thomas didn't give out near as muoh an he is credited with. In a conversation with Senator Pugh, in Washington, he used these words: "To avoid splits and friction of all kinds the Republican convention of '9C will adopt a platform, and on finance will recite the platform of '!I2, so far as it referred to money." Just as we suspected. It is the same old Sherman game of trying again to fool the people. Western voters won't accept any such proposition. Whimi attempting to review a grand parade in New York the other day the ancient Governor Morton was so pros trated with the intense heat that he actu ally tumbled over into the eager arms of ex-President Hnrrison, and heaven only knows what other direful things might have happened if a young girl in the crowd had not rushed frantically to the rescue with a silver flask of drag store brandy! Think of 'a young girl" having brandy oonornled about her person on such an occasion aa that, and then think, if you dare, of the immaculate gall that girl most have had to offer brandy to the gold-worth! ping proprietor of a staff whose members all wear $32.60 "pants in a "silver flask I" Too utterly awful to think about! . If In Mearrh of a Srw Sensation Try the effeot of a mud bath at Las Vegas hot springs, N. M. Other forms of baths may be had there, all especially beneficial in rhcumatio troubles and diseases of the blood. The cool, dry, tonic air of this resort is just the thing for tired nerves, and there is nothing so restful as New Mexico sunshine, especially when sup plemented by such fine service as is given at the Hotel Montezuma, reopened June 20. This famous inn oan not be excelled anywhere in the southwest. Round-trip excursion tickets on sale to Las Vegas hot springs from principal points. Reached only over the Santa Fe route. For illustrated pnmphlet and a copy of "Land of Sunshine," address II. S. Lutz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. DAVID LOWITZKI, HIADQUABTIBS FOB FURNITURE, NKW AND SECOND HAND AT BED-BOOK PRICES The highest prioes paid for second hand goods. Your furniture will be taken, overhauled and repaired and sold on small commission. Give him a oall before baying new or auction ing off your old household goods. Henry Krick. SOLE AOKNT FOB LEHPS' ST. LOUIS JbjJbUJzLSJrC The trade supplied from one bot tle to a carload. Mail orders ' promptly filled. Unadalupe St. . Mania Fe. The PES of . . . MEW EY FFERS nnequaled advantages to the farmer, fruit erower. live atoak raiser, osirvman. bee- keeper, and to the home-seeker srenerallv. The soil of the Peoos Valley is of high average fertility, and under irrigation prod noes bountifol orops of most of the grasses, grains, vegetables, berries and fruits of the temperate and some of those of the semi tropical zone. In such fruit as the peach, pear, plum, grape, prune, aprioot, nectarine, cherry, quinoe, etc., the Valley will dispute for the pre-eminenoe with California; while competent authority pronounces its upper portions in particular the finest apple country in the world. Enormous yields of snoh forage orops as alfalfa, sorghum aud Egyptian oorn make the feeding of oattle 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 in the Pecos Valley, a home market having been afforded for all that oau be raised, at a prioe yielding a handsome profit. The climate of the Pecos Valley has no superior in the United States, being pre-eminently healthful aud health restoring. Lands with perpetual water-rights are for sale at low prices and on easy terms. The water supply of the Pecos Valley has no equal in all the arid region for oonstanoy and reliability; and tLis with the superb climate, productive soil and the facilities afforded by the railway whioh extends through the Valley's en tire length, will cause these lauds to enjoy a constant, and at times rapid, increase in value. The recent completion of the Peoos Valley Railway to Roswell will canse the more rapid settlement nnd development of the upper portions of the Valley, inoladiug the rioh Feliz section. The company has recently purchased many of the older improved farms about Roswell, and has now for sale lands to meet the wants of nil raw lauds, partially improved lands, as well as farms with booses, orchards and fields of alfalfa and other orops. In the vioinity of Roswell several pieces of land have been divided into five and ton ncres traots, suitable for orchards and truok farms in connection with suburban homes. Certain of these tracts arc being planted to orchards, and will be cultivated and oared for by the company 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 whioh these several classtsof traots 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. Kiitlonal Krinrntionnl AsHorintion, loner. 'olo.. .Inly it to 1, 1HO.V For the above occasion the Santa Fe route will place on sale tickets to Denver and return at a rate of $19.80. Dates of sale July 5 to 8, but tiokets will be sold to members of the council on July 4. These tickets must be used from Colorado common points returning July 12, 13, or 15. Passengers wishing to remain m Colorado longer can on or before July IB, deposit their tickets with joint agents at Denver, Colorado Springs, Manitou or Pueblo, and wiredraw such transports tion nt pleasure for return passage any time prior to September 2, 1896. July 6 to 20 the Snnta Fe route will also place on sale round trip tickets from Denver, Colorado Springs, Manitou and Pueblo, to all points in Colorado, and to Snnta Fe nt one fare for the round trip, final limit for September 1, 1895. Stopovers allowed. Low rates to Snlt Lake. For particulars cnll on agents of the Santa Fe route, H. S. Lutz, Agent, Geo. T. Nicholson, G. P. A. VIGOR 0F MEN Easily, Quickly, Permanently Restored. Weakness, Nervosaneaa, Debility, and all the train oi evils irom eariy errors or later excesses, the results of overwork, sickness, worry, etc. t uu strengtn, devel opment ana tone given to levery organ and portion of the body. Simple, nat ural methods. Immedi ate improvement seen. Full urn fmnnuthl. 2.1100 references. Book. explanation and proofs mailed (sealed) tree. ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y. vases. Job Printing. For Stock Brokers, Mines, Banks, In surance, Companies, Eeal Estate, Busi ness etc Men, Particular attention given to Descriptive Pamphlets of Min .ng Properties. We make a specialty of LOW PRICES, . SHORT NOTICE, FINE WORK, PROMPT EXECUTION Stock Certificates Bill Heads of every description and Binall Jobs promptly' executed with care and dispatch. Estimates given. Work Ruled to order. We use the FINEST STANDARD PAPERS THE NEW MEXICAN A LADY'S TOILET Is not complete ' without an ideal flOimBHOH U powder. IV pozzois Combines every element of beauty and purity. It is beauti fying, soothing, healing, health ful, and harmless, and when rightly used is invisible. A most d'-'icate and desirable protection to the face in this climate. Intiit upon having the gtnntnt. IT II FOB IAU tVtHYWHtm. ft. 3J PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. B. BRADY, Rooms in Eahu Dentist, Spitz' Jewelry Store. 12 a. m.; 3 to 5 p. m Blook, over Office hours, 9 to SANTA FE ROUTE ATTORNKYS AT LAW. MAX FROST, Attorney at Law, Santa Fe, New Meiioo. VICTORY & POPE, Attorneys at law, Santa Fe, N. M. Will practice in all the oourts. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, Offloe iivOriffin blook. Collections and searching titles a specialty. EDWARD L. BARTLETT, Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Meiioo. Offloe, Catron block. HENRY L. WALDO, Attorney at Law. Will praotioe In the several courts of the territory. Prompt attention given to all business Intrusted to his oare. Office in Catron blook. A. A. Fberman, Elteoo Bioi Late Asso. Justioe N. M. Sup. Court. FREEMAN & BACA, Attorneys at Law, Soeorro, N. M. Wil practice in the courts of . Sooorro. Lin eoln, Chaves and Eddy counties. Also in the supreme and C. 8. Land oourts at Santa Fe. E. A. FISKE, Attorney and oounselor at law, P. O. Boi "F," Santa Fe, N. M., practises in su preme and all distriot oourts of New Me ioo. T. F. CONWAY, Attorney and Connselor at Law, Bilver City, New Meiioo. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to his oare. f r tioe in all the oonrta in the territory TIME T-A-JBTLiBJ. Read down 2 4 10:20 p 8:20a 11 :10p 9:10 a 11:2.1 p 9 ::Wb 2:H5al2:25 p 6:35 a 4:45 p 8KB a 6:10 p 10:50 a 8:55 p 11:00 a 9:15 p 12:55 pll:32p 2:45 p 1:40 a 6:40 a i : a 1 :20 p 2::t0n 5:15 p 4:45 a 6:00 p 3:15 a I hub p u:U7 a 8:50 a 11 :50p 9:45 a 2:00al2:10p 4:10a 2:40 p 6:10 a 50 d 6:30 s 5:30 p 2:10 p 1:20 a a:5 p a mi a 6:52 p 6:00 a 8:39 p 7:35 a 10:00 p 9:00a Lv. ..Santa Fa.. .Ar Ar Lamy....Lv Lv Lamy ....Ar Ar..Las Vegas... Lv icaton .. 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He-Opening of Moateaama Hotel, l.aa Vegan Hot Mprlaga. This famous mountain resort will be re-opened June 20, 1895. The Mountain House, near by and under the same man agement, will be opened June 1. - For passenger and hotel ratea and general in formation call on agents Santa Fa route, H. 8. Lew, Agent, Banta Fe, N. M. Quo. T. Nicholson, O. P. A. I lie Chrintlan Kadeaver Exenrslon. The official route to Boston and return for the Christain Endeavor Association, is the Banta Fe and Wabash: Leave Denver 1:30 p. m. Friday, July Sth taking op Colorado Springs, Pueblo and New Mexico delegations en route, also par ties wishing to make connections with the train at these points, arriving at Chicago Sunday morning at 9 o'olook. The "Wabash Special" Christian En deavor train will leave Chicago at 8 p. m. Monday, taking breakfast at Niagara Falls Tuesday and speuding the entire day there, arriving at Boston at I p. m. Wednesday, July 13th. Parties wishing to do so, may leave Chipsgnat 8:80 or 10:80 p. in. on the regular Wabash trains, Sunday or Mon day. All desiring to go, please make applica tion immediately to the undersigned for Bleeping Car accomodations. Further information cheerfully fur nished. One fare for the round trip. CM. BlMFSOH, Commercial Agent, Denver, Colorsde. Head down 1 3 10:20 p 5:40 p n:iu p o:nu p 12:05 a 7:00 p 12:50 a 7:38 p 2:10a 8:48 p zioua :sup 4.uu a 6:55 a 7:17 a...... 7:60 a , 10:27 a 12:40p 4:00 p , 11:50 a....... 1 :35 d 2:50 a 9:20 p 3:30 a 9:40 p 10:05 a 3:35 a 1:25 p 6:50a 2. 55 p 8:10 a 5:40pl0:45a 8:40 p 1:35 p '4:ioa"8:36p 12:30p4:30a 'iflOp 9:35a 9:20 pl2:45 p oswpj. 10:46 a. Lv... Santa Fa . Ar Ar....Lamy....Lv Lv Lamy ...Ar ...liosuerrlllos Bernalllln. Ar.Albuquerq'e.Lv Lv.Albuquerq'e.Ar ....soeorro... .San Antonio, .San Marolal. Ar Riiinnn I.vl Ar....Demlng...Lv Ar. .Silver City.. Lvi i.as unices. . ..El Paso.... Ar.Albuquerq'e.Lv Lv.Albuquerq'e.Ar uauup , Holbrook... winslow.,.., Flagstaff.... Aanf ork Ar...Preseott...Lv ine needles .. Baratow... San Bernardino, Ar.Loa Angeles. Lv Ar..San Diego. .Lv Mojave ArSan Franois'oLv Read np 4 2 10:80 all :55 a 9:40aUriAa v5ali:ilp 8:13al0:25n 7:00a 9:21 p o:aua b:49 p 6:10a 8:25 p :00p 8:41 p 5:10p 2:45 p 12:50 a 10:10 p ...... l:i5p 11 :40 a 6:80a 8:45 p 6:10 a 8:15 d iz:aa a isoip s:piu:ua 7:B0p K80a 6:40 p 7:20a 2:25 p 4:30a '7:60a8:50D 12:10 a i :20p 5HWp 740a z:iap .10:00 5KMp The California Limited leaving Banta Fe at 6:40 p. m. is a solid vestibule train Chicago to Los Angeles and San Diego without change, free chair oars Ohioago to Albuquerque, same equipment east ward. Only 88)i hours between Santa Fa and (job Angeles, The California and Mexico Express leaving Santa Fe at 10:30 p. m. oarriea Pullman Palaoe an dTour 1st Sleeping ears Chioago to San Franoiaoo, without change. The Colombian Limited leaving Santa Fe at 8:30 ia a solid vestibule trail to Chi cago, only 48U hours between Santa Fa and Chioago, 83) boors between Santa r e and Kansas uity. This train makes olose oonneotion at La Junta for Denver and Colorado points. Parlor and oheir nars La Junta to Denver. Time 19 hours between Santa Ye and Denver. All trains oarry dining ears between Ohioago and Kansas Oity. Between Kansas City and the Pacific coast, meals are served at the famous Harvey eating honae. uioae connections are made m union depots at all terminals north, east, aontb j and west. For particulars as to ratea. rnntea and through tieketa to all points via the Santa Fe Route oall on or addreaa: H. 8. LTJTZ. Agant O. T. OTCHOL&OK, . P. AT. A. Oity ticket office. First National bank bailding I.a Yegaa Hot prlaga. Commencing at once round trip tiokets will be placed on sale at Santa Fa, to Las Vegas at a rate of five ($5.00) dollars. Tieketa will be limited for return passage ninety (90) daya from data of sale. H.8. Ltrri, Agent. Qio. T. Niobolsor, Q. P. A. TiiimifflGiAm Fairm Lands! UNDER IRRIGATING DITCHES. old Mines! Choice Mountain and Valley Lands near the Foot Uk i fjBoaial rataa on the rail. , at tkejr ahoultj buy 160 Tor the Irrigation sf taa VmMm and Tall ay between Raton and 8pringer o Xun4r4 tails of Urga Irrigating Canals bean built. TKoaa 1m 4a with perpetual wafts rlghta are sold aheap and on the easy teraaa at ten annual paframeBta, with 7 per cent interest. In addition to the abeve there ate 1,400,600 aerea of lan4 for aale, oon aiating mainly of Agricultural, Coal and Timber Lands, The climate ia unaurpaaaed, and alfalfa, grain an4 tVuit of all kinda grow to pwnaouon ana in eounaaaeo. Those wishing to Tiew the laa4a oan roada, and will have a rebate alee em' the i aerea or ntore. The famous Cold Mining Camps ne&T Elizabethtown and Baldy are thrown open to prospectors on more favorable terms than lecationa on Government land. Mining regulations sent on application. Daily, four-horse, covered coaohes leave Springer at 7 a. m., except Sundays, for Oimarron, Baldy and Elizabethtown, and leave these points every morning, Sundays excepted, for Springer. The A., T. ft S. F. and IT. P. D. ft G. railroads cross this property. WARRANTY DEEDS GIVEN. For full particulars apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT CO. . Raton, New Mexico. COAL & TRANSFER, LUMBER AND FEED All kinds of Bough and finished Lumber; Texas Flooring at the Lowest Market Prioe; Windows and Soon. Also carry on a general Transfer Buslneaa and deal in Hay and Grain. BUDROW ds DAVIS, Props. Henry Hinges. Make Direct Connections With r. & B. Gk TB A IJSTS Both Ways. Frank St ites. QfQ Miles Shortest Stage Lina to Camps. 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