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RV NEW MEXICAN PRINTINS CO, ,7?f"Entered as Second Class matter at the Santa ?e Post Office. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. Daily, per week, by carrier $ 25 Daily, per month, by carrier 1 00 Daily, per month, by mail 1 00 Paily, three months', by mail 2 50 Daily, six months, by mail 6 00 Daily, one year, by mail 10 00 Weekly, pr month 25 Weekly, per quarter 76 Wewrly, pur six months 1 00 Weekly, per ear 2 00 All contracts and bills for advertising pay 4lJft monthly. nil communication intended forpublica liou must be accompanied by the writer's ame and address not for publication but i evidence of good faith, and should be ad dressed to The Editor. Letters pertaining to business should be addressed New Mexican Printing Co., Santa Fe, New Mexico. WETTbe New Mexican is the oldest news paper in New Mexico. It is sent to every VostOdico la the Territory and has a large t.i'l growing circulation among the intelli gent and progressive people of the southwest. MONDAY. JUNE 21. An. the signs indicate that a new era of prosperity is dawning on New Mexico. Silvkb's day is near at hand. The Democratic party has takn np the cause of the people and menus to win it for them. Hardly anything could happen more benefioial to silver than the total down fall of the Rosbery or Rothschilds' son-in-law ministry in England. The fact that the salaries of the princi pal postoflices in New Mexico have re cently been materially advanced is an other significant straw showing the direc tion of the business wind. The bigoted gold monometallists will discover in dne time that the United States of North America is something more of a power in the world than a South American republic. That was a remarkable naval demon stration that occurred on the shores of the Baltic sea yesterday. The tiotilla as sembled there oomprised twelve of Ger many's navy, four from the United States, nine from Italy, four from Austro Hungary, three from Russia, three from France, three from Spain, five from Scandinavia, two from Holland, two from Turkey, two from Roumania, and twelve from Great Britain, a total of sixty-one vessels on the sixty-one miles of canal, the total length from Kiel to Brunsbnttel. The American Wool- and Cotton Re porter, the Boston organ of the wool and cotton buyers of the Atlantic seaboard, has ceased to be a "bear" and has actually got down to admitting in cold type that: "Prioes of wool in some instances are notioeably above the rates of three weeks ago. The revival in demand is largely due to inoreased mod of stocks by those manufacturers who have recovered from the recent labor troubles and have found their supply greatly exhausted." A few weeks ago that paper declared it could not understand why it was that western buyers were contracting for wool at higher figures than were quoted at the east. Ferhnps it has now discovered that some right intelligent gentlemen are en gaged in doing business out west. MAKE IT AN OBJECT. California has a short fruit crop this season on everything except peaches. There is a shortage of fruit also in the central west and eastern states. We note that California is elated over the action of the railroads in arranging to place their products "on the market in 120 hours." Now compare New Mexico's condition with the above facts. Already we are pouring our berries, cherries and peaches into the markets of Colorado Kansas and Nebraska, and a big crop of other fruits is to follow in season. New Mexico's markets are practically at her door, six to twenty hours only being re quired to transport our fruits to one of the beBt and safest markets the country affords. There is money in fruit for New Mexicans. Make it an object. OHIO REPUBLICANS DISTRESSED. The political situation in Ohio is deep ly distressing to many of onr esteemed Republican friends. However many pro fessions they may make to the contrary, they painfully realize the otter hopeless ness of bridging the steadily widening chasm between the McKinley and For aker factions in that state, and contem plate with anxious eyes the disastrous consequences thot mast inevitably resnlt therefrom. While the recent Republican state con vention at Zanesville passed a mildly commendatory "favorite son" resolution touching McKinley's avowed presidential aspirations, the convention was mani festly managed and controlled from be ginning to end by Foraker and his active henchmen, who did not hesitate brutally to trample under foot McKinley's well known wishes as to the gubernatorial nomination and to place Foraker at the front as a senatorial candidate. Indeed, the Foraker sentiment in the convention was so strong and the disapproval of Mc Kinley's weak state administration and MoKinlcyism generally so decided that the former's name was often mentioned for president in opposition to that of the Napoleon of protection, and all the signs now plainly indicate that these snggestive expressions were actually inspired by the "flrealarm orator." Whether this bt trne or not, it is cer tain that the ancient fend between the Republican factions in Ohio is more bit ter than ever before; that the blended distrust and jealousy existing between MoKinloy and Foraker never were greater than since the Zanesville convention; that McKinley fully realizes Forakei's disposition to knife him in 1896 just as John Sherman was knifed in 1870 and again in 1880; that even the venerable and disappointed arch-enemy of Bilver just named has neither forgotten nor for given those who assassinated his presi dential hopes and is by no means sincere in his professions of friendship for McKin ley; that generally the friendship of the chiefs of the Ohio Republican (notions are like that of the extinct Iroquois for the pieneer white Bettlers of the northwest, who always carried their tomahawks conoealed nnder their blan kets aud never buried them except in tho brains of their adversaries. These conditions present a golden op portunity to the Democrats of the Buck eye state and one that they will not be slow to avail themselves of. Mark this prediction. PJIESS COMMENTS. The Territories IHd. It. The truth about the practioe of politics is not so common that reminiscences of facts three years old are not novelties. Hon. William C. Whitney, in an interview lately published, gives some very inter esting and accurate history of the splen did management which secureid the re nomination of Mr. Cleveland for president at the Chicago convention of 18JI2. Mr. Whitney tells that, returning from Paris early in June of that year, and finding nothing done in the way of organization, ho sent for Col. Lomont nnd, a few other New York men, and talked the situation over. He then wrote personal letters to seventeen different men in different sec tions of the country, inviting them to come and see him in New York. It was at this meeting that a plan of operations at the convention in behnlf of Mr. Cleve land was formulated. Letters to Cleve land men in all the states were written, resulting in a general meeting at the Riohelieu hotel, in Chicago, about two weeks before the convention was held. Then a larger organization was perfected, and Cleveland headquarters were opened at another hotel. "There has never been any better organization since the Tilden campaign than that organization," says Mr. Whitney. "We had the best organ ization in Chicago, and that was why we were successful in nominating Mr. Cleve land. It was a hard fight, though," added Mr. Whitney, in a refleotive manner. Mr. Whitney never speaks without sav ing something interesting or useful, or both. There is a lesson in what we have quoted from him that ought to burn deep into the understanding of every Demo crat. There is no reason why Republi cans should not profit by it, too. There is a great deal of humbug in the idea of spontaneous popular movements for in dividuals. "Principles, not men," is the great motto for the republic. There was a widely prevailing claim in 1892 that Mr. Cleveland was irresistible, that he was the giant that rose far above the ordinary methods, and demonstrated that a man could be greater than his party; that he was the Moses who alone could save the Democratic party from itself; that he was the universal people's favorite. Un doubtedly a great many honest men still think that Mr. Cleveland's third nomina tion was a tremendous triumph of the people over the ways of the politicians. If they have not been able to see the truth before, Mr. Whitney's interview should teach them. They must under stand now that the success of Mr. Cleve land at Chicago in 1892 was the work of thorough organization, headed by the prince of politicians, William C. Whit ney. The president had for his volun tary chief lieutenant a man with greater intellectual and material equipment for political management than any other citizen of the United States; one who was grateful as well as able. Mr. Whitney is most conspicuously right when he says "It was a hard fight." After the roll of states was called Mr. Cleveland still had not enough votes to nominate. It was the territories and the District of Columbia, which have no votes in the electoral college, whioh pulled even so great a man as Grover Cleveland through "by a scratch." New York Journal. OI' It HPF.CIAI. EDITION. The New Mexican will issue a special trade edition on Jnne 27. The design is to make an edition worthy of this paper and of the occasion which it will announce. On the first pnge will be an invitation from the citizens of this city, through their committees, to the peoplo of Colorado, Arizona and our fel low citizens of New Mexico to partake of our hospitality on the 4th of July, and to join in onr festivities and in the celebra tion of the natal day of the nation. Mr C. A. Rohrabaoher, late of the Phoenix Herald, and an experienced writer, will have full charge of collecting data and tho business sketches for the edition. We commend him to the favor of all onr people and to business men especially. Job Printing. For Stock Brokers, Mines, Banks, In surance, Companies, Real Estate, Busi ness etc. Men, . Particular attention given to Descriptive Pamphlets ol Min .ng Properties. We make a specialty of LOW PRICES, SHORT NOTICE, FINE WORK, PROMPT EXECUTION j Stock Certificates Bill Heads of every description and small Jobs promptly executed with car , and dispatch. Estimates given. Work Ruled to order. We use the FINEST STANDAED PAPERS THE NEW MEXICAN The FES VALLEY of . . . NEW LViEXi I FFERS nnequaled advantages to the farmer, fruit grower, live atook raiser, dairyman, bee- keener, and to the home-seeker generally. The soil of the Pecos Valley is of high average fertility, and nnder irrigation produces bountiful crops of most of the grasses, grains, vegetables, berries and frnits of the temperate and some of those of the semi tropioal zone. In such frmt as the peaoh, pear, plum, grape, prune, apricot, nectarine, cherry, quinoe, etc., the Valley will dispute for the pre-eminenoe with California; while oompetent authority prononnoes its upper portions in particular the finest apple oountry in the world. Enormous yields of such forage crops as alfalfa, sorghum aud Egyptian corn make the feeding of cattle aod 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 oan be raised, at a price yielding a handsome profit. The climate 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 Pecos Valley has no equal in all the arid region for constanoy and reliability; and this 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 lands to enjoy a constant, aud at times rapid, inorease in valne. The recent completion of the Pecos Valley Railway to Roswell will cause the more rapid settlement nnd development of the upper portions of the Vailey, inoluding the rich Feliz seotion. The oompauy has rcoently purchased many of the older improved farms about Roswell, and has now for sale lands to meet the wants of all raw lands, 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 orohards and truck farms in oonneotion with suburban homes. Cortain of these tracts are being planted to orchards, and will be cultivated and cared for by the company for three yearn ut the end of which period they will be handed over to the purchasers. Write for pamphlet folly " describing the terms and conditions on whioh these several olassts of tracts are sold. FOR FUI.Ii INFORMATION REGARDING THE PECOS VALLEY WITH COPIES OF ILLUSTRA TED l'UBLICATIONS ADDRESS Tbe Pecos Irrigation and Improvement Company, Eddy, N. M., or Colorado Springs, Colo. VIGOR MEN Easily, Quickly, Permanently Bettered. Weakness, Nrr5neii, Debility, ana oil tne wain or evils irom eny erruro w I later excesses, tne result, oi overwork, sickness, worry. etc. i uu strengin, oevei- opment ana tone given to (every organ and portion of the body. Simple, nat ural methods. Immedt. ate Improvement soen. Failure impossible. 2,000 references, book, explanation and proofs mailed (sealed) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y. fttSSNx. t ran n TO Kertueed Hates Over the Santa Pe Konte, Epworth League Convention, Chatta nooga, Tenn., June 27 to 30. One lowest standard first-class fare, from Santa Fe ($45.25) date of sale June 2324. Good for return until July 5, 1895. Tiokets may be extended until July 15, if de posited with the joint agent at Chatta nooga prior to June 80. United Sooieties of Christian Endeavor, Boston, Mass., July 10 to 14. One lowest Btandard first-olass fare, from Santa Fe ($58.65 $61.60); dates of sale 3 to 6, in clusive. Good to return until July 27. An extension to AugUBt 6 may be ob tained by depositing tiokets with joint agent of the Boston terminal lines. Triennial Conclave, Knights Templar, Boston, Mass., Auguat 26 to 30. One low est Btandard fare for the rouna trip trom Santa Fe ($58.65 $61.60); dates of sale August 17 to 22, inolusive. Final limit Sept. 15. An extention will be granted until Oct. 6, if tiokets are deposited with joint agent of the Boston terminal lines. Baptist Young Peoples' Union of America, Baltimore, Md., July 18 to 21. One lowest first-class fare for the round trip from Santa Fe ($54.70); dates of sale, July 13 to 14. X mat limit tor return Auguat 8, 1895. National Enonmpment G. A. R., Louis ville, Ky., Sept. 10 to 14. One lowest first-olass fare for the round trip irom Santa Fe to Chicago or St. Louis gate ways and to 1 cent per mile from those gateways to Louisville and return, itate via St. Louis ($42.55); dates of sale Sept. 6 to 8. Final limit for return Sept., 25, 1895. For further particulars as to rates and routes call at city ticket office. H. 8. Lutz, Agent. Quo. T. Nicholson, G. P. A. ANTONIO WINDSOR. Architect & Contractor Close Fipurinf, Modern Methods, Skilled riocaanios PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. B. BRADY, Dentist. Rooms in Kahn Block, over Spitz' Jewelry Store. Office hours, 9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 5 p. m. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. SANTA FE ROUTE MAX FROST, . Attorney at Law, Santa Fe, New Mexico. VICTORY & POPE, Attorneys at law, Santa Fe, N. M. Will practice in all the courts. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, Office in Griffin block. Collections and searching titles a specialty. EDWARD L. BARTLETT, Lawyer, Santa Fe, Now Mexico. Offloe, Catron block. HENRY L. WALDO, Attorney at Law. Will practioe in the several oourts of the territory. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to his oare. Olllce iu Catron blook. A. A. Fbeeman, Elfkqo Baoi Late Asso. Justice N. M. Snp. Oonrt. FREEMAN & BACA, Attorneys at Law, Socorro, N. M. Wil practioe iu the courts of Sooorro, Lin coln, Chaves and Eddy counties. Also in the supremo and U. S. Land oonrts at Santa Fe. E. A. FISKE, Attorney and oounnelor at law, P. O. Box "F," Santa Fe, N. M., praotioes in su preme and all district oonrts of New Mex ioo. T. F. CONWAY, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Bilver City, New Mexioo. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to his oare. Pr tioe in all the oonrts in tho territory A. B. RENEHAN, Attorney at Law. Praotioes in all terri torial oonrts. Commissioner oonrt of claims. Collections and title searching. Office with E. A.Fiske, Spiegelberg blook Santa Fe. Plana and speoifloations furnished on application. Corretpmdenoe solicited. Santa Fe, N. M. A LADY'S TOILET Is not complete . without an ideal POnPLEXION U powder, pozzoiii's 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 dr'icate and desirable protection to the face in this climate. Inilit vpon having tht gsnulni. In efTeot June 9, 1895. NORTH AND EAST. Read down 2 4 10:30 p 8:20 a 11:10 p 9:10 a 11:25 p 9:30 a 2:35al2:25p Ii:35a4:4!p 8:05 a 6:10 p 10:50 a K;55p 11:00 a 9:15 p 12:55pll:.12p 2:45 p 1:40 a 5:40 a 5:50p l:4r a 1:20 n 2:30p n:wp 4:45 a fi-m n 3:15 n 11:18 D 0:07 a o:5Ual 11 :50p 9:45 a 4:10 a 2:40 p 6:10 a. 8:00 p A 'HO n K .3ft n 2:10p 1:20 a !:.') p huh a R2 n A.m a iu:uup :uua Lv... Santa Fe...Ar Ar Lamy....Lv Lv Lumy ....Ar Ar..Las Vegas.., Lv iiaton . . Trinidad Ar..La Junta.. .Lv Lv..La Junta.. .Ar Ar... Pueblo.... Lv ...Colo, spring.. .. Divide Ar.. Cripple Ck..Lv Leauvme .Grand Junction ..Salt Lake City.., Ar....Ofirden ....Lv Ar.... Denver.. ....Dodge City Burton.. Ar...St Louis. ..Lv Newton.. Kmporia . Toneka. .. Ar.Sanaaa Cltv.Lv Lv. Kansas City.Ar ...f ort Madison.. GaleBburg-.... Streator Joliet Ar . . . Chloaeo . . . Lv Dearborn rt. Stat'n Read up 8 1 8Kp 1:05a 7:10pl2:05a 6:35pll:55p 3:35 n 8:15 d 11:59 a 8:35 p 10:15 a 1:35 p 7:20 al0:10a 6:50 a 6:50 a 4:45 a 4:45 a 2:55 a 2:55 a 5:50 p.... 1:25 p 6:30 a 8:25 p Iliaip ll!50pll:50p 1 a 0 .IMS a 8:58 p 9:43 p 8:30 p 8:25 p 9:05 p 5:55 p 6:00 p 8:50 p 1:60 p 2:00 p 1:30 p 1:30 p 11:30 a a-iuii. 12:55 a 11'IRn 110:10 p SOUTH AND WEST. Read down 1 8 10:30 p 5:20 pi li uu p o :su p 12:05 a 7:00 p 12:50 a 7:36 p 2:10a 8:46 p 2:50 a 9:20 p 4Xiua 6:55 a 7:17 a 17:50 a 10:27 a 12:40p 4:00 p 11 :50 a 1:35 n 2:50 a 9:20 pj n:aua v:4up 10:05 a 3:35 a 1:25 p 6:50a 2: 65 p 8:10 a 6:40 plO:45a 8:40 p 1:35 p 4:10 a 8:30 p 12 :au p 4 :sv a 6:30 p 9:35 a 8:20pl2:45 pi :uu p 10:45 a Lv... Santa Fe...Ar Ar Lamy....Lv Lv Lamy....Ar ...iiostjerriiiot . ... Bernalillo. Ar.Albuqnerq'e.Lv L.v.AiDiiqiierq e. Ar . . . .aocorro .San Antonio.... .San Maroial Ar Rincon....Lv Ar . . . . DemiiiK . . . Lv Ar..SilverCity..Lv Lias unices, ..El Paao.. Ar. Albnquerq'e. Lv Lv.Albuqlierq'e. Arl an GalhiD Holbrook Window. Flagstaff. .... fluiiunv...... Ar.. .Preseott.. .Lv ....The Needles... Barstow . .San Bernardino. Ar.LoB Angeles. Lv Ar..San Diego.. Lv jnojave ArSan Franolt'oLv Read np 4 2 10:30 a 1:05 a 9:40al2.-05a 9H)5all:15p 8:13al0:25p 7:00a 9:21 p 6:30a 8:45 p 6:10a 8:25 p 8:00 p 6:41 p 5:10 p 2:46 p 12:50 a 10:10 p l:l6p 11:40 a 6:30a 8:45 p 6:10 a 8:15 n 12:35 a 2:20 p :pio:4oa 7:50 p 9:30 a 5:40 p 7:20a 2:25 p 4S a '7:50a'8:60D 12:10a 2:20 p 5KK)p 70n 2:15 p ..10:00 a SKWp The California Limited leaving Santa Fe at 6:40 p. m. is a solid vestibule train Chioago to Los Angeles and San Diego without ohange, free chair oan Chioago to Albuquerque, same equipment east ward. Only B8J hoars between Santa Fe and Los Angeles. The California and Mexioo Express leaving Santa Fe at 10:20 p. m. carries Pullman Palaoe andTourist Sleeping oan Chicago to San Francisco, without ohange. The Columbian Limited leaving Santa Fe at 8:20 ia a solid vestibule train to Chi oago, only 48f hours between Santa Fe and Chicago, 62 hours between Santa Fe and Kansas City. This train makes close connection at La Junta for Denver and Colorado pointa. Parlor and cfiair flars La Junta to Denver. Time 19 hoars between Santa Fe and Denver. All trains carry dining oars between Chicago and Kansas City. Between Kansas City and the Paoiflo coast, meals are served at the famous Harvey eating house. Close connections are made in Union depots at all terminals north, east, south and west. For particulars as to rates, routes and through tickets to all points via the Santa Fa Boats call on or address: H.S.LTTTZ,Atfnt Q. T. NICHOLSON, 0. P. AT. A. City tioket offloe, First National bank building umiiDGiiiffl nil Farm Lands! UNDER IEitlGATmG DITCHES. old Mines! Choice Mountain and Valley Lands near the Foot lh r I For tho Irrigation tt VrairlM sd TaMsys between Raton and Springer On HunsM snilo of targ Irrigating Canals hav been built ThM ImcU with paryetMl wsAs rights are sold cheap and on the easy term Urn aanual yafimssitsv wtth 7 per cent interest. In addition to the fcbeve there are 1,400,000 Mres of land for sale, con sisting mainly of Agrloultural, Coal and Timber Lands, The ollraite la unsurpassed, and alfalfa, grain and fruit of all kinds grow to perfection and in abunaaae. Those wishing to visw tho loads can s so are apeeial rates on the rail roads, and wiU hare a rebate aloe em tho sasae, M they should buy 160 acres or mere. Tho famous Cold Mining Campa Elizabethtown and Baldy are thrown open to prospectors on more favorable terms than locations on Government land. Mining regulations sent on application. Daily, four-horse, covered coaches leave Springer at t 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. & G. railroads cross this property. WARRANTY DEEDS GIVEN. For full particulars apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT CO. Raton. New Mexico. Henry Hinges. Frank Stites. Make Direct Connections With Both Ways. 56 Miles Shortest Stage Line to Camps. ANTONITO AND LA BELLE -.Overland Stage and Express Company:- U. S. Mail. RUN DAILY BETWEEN LA BELLE AND ANTON ITO, CONNECTING WITH TRI-WEEKLY STAGE AND MAIL AT COSTILLA. Best of Bervlce-quick Time. Arrive at La Belle Iall y 7 p. m fSB Just the Route for fishing and prospecting parties. The Short Line IJSlXDtio0, 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. 4sk agents below for time cards. 0. H. MOREHOUSE, Siv. 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