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The Daily Hew Mexican
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unta Fe Post Office.
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paper in New Mexico. It is sent to every
Post Office in the Territory and has a large
.v.l growing circulation among the intelli
gent and progressive people of the SOnth
Wiat. MONDAY. JULY 8.
New Mexico is financially O. IC.
Put your shoulder to the wheel and in
vite immigration to New Mnioo.
Now that the insurgents bave such an
aetive and formidable ally as Yellow
Jack, it really begins to look as if the
Cubans might soon acquire a Fourth of
July franchise of their own.
The state of Pennsylvania has con
tinuously maintained a hospital for the
insane since 1811. During that period, of
the 10,000 patients treated, 4,500 were
oured and 2,705 were improved. So it
appears that insanity is by no means the
hopeless disease it was considered in ye
olden time.
The wheel craze is said to have cost
California $2,000,000 so far this year. At
least Chicago claims to have sold Califor
nia bicycle dealers wheels to that amount,
while in Denver $1,000,000 is now invested
in bicycles and business men complain
that the craze is largely responsive for a
marked fulling off in the savings banks
deposits.
Speaking of the late Democratic con
vention in Kentucky, the Brooklyn Stand
ard Union, bigoted Republican gold or
gan, says: "What causes the commotion
south of the Ohio, from the mountains of
Virginia to the Mississippi? Simply the
fact that the great bulk of the Democracy,
no matter what the record of the conven
tion that is clearly demoralized all
through may be, are affirmatively and
aggressively and determinedly for the
free, independent and unlimited coinage
of silver at the ratio of 1C to 1. That is
what is the matter with Kentucky."
THE COLD TRUST IS ON TOP.
This is a frank confession, coming
from a Democratic newspaper, the New
York Journal: "The Morgan-Belmont
syndicate operations show, however much
effort to blur and disguise the same may
be made, that the great inventing forces
of the Old World find it distinctly to
their most direot advantage and stability
to aid positively in preserving the credit
of this land. A big game has been played
on their part to compel the artificial en
hancement of debt and credit payments
through bank centralization upon the
gold standard. It has been forced almost
to panic prossure, temporarily resulting,
of course, to the great profit of large
buyers on falling prices. At its ultimate
point this policy has been found to
predicate such widespread disaster that
great financial operators here and else
where, but especially in Europe, have
ordered a sharp halt. Operators for
credit money only are frightened. They
have milked the udder, but dare not strip
it. The elements are too dangerous and
finanoial ruin too probable. This is the
secret behind all the 'high finance,' as it
is called. Hereafter the foroes veer for
bimetallism."
DISAPPEARING DEFICIT.
The St. Lonis Globe-Democrat rather
reluctantly and guardedly remarks: "The
fact that the treasury doQcit was $28,
000,000 less in the fiscal year just ended
than it was in the one immediately pre
ceding gives some ground for hope that
it will disappear before the present year
ends." The Globe-Democrat might have
added, if it had desired to be perfectly
candid with its readers, that the enor
mous treasury surplus tnrned over to the
Republicans by the first Cleveland ad
ministration was not only squandered
during the succeeding Harrison adminis
tration, but the foundation was laid for
a huge deBoit in the form of rninous
tariff legislation that produced an almost
unexampled depression in all branches
of business and thus largely reduced the
consumption of revenue yielding articles;
and that, since the new Democratic tariff
system has been in operation, the eonntry
has entered upon what promises to be a
remarkable era of business prosperity,
with enhanoeu 'profits for invested capital
and increased wages for millions of work
ing people, all of whioh is certain steadily
to swell the receipts of the government
and transform the existing defloit into a
surplus before the close of the ourrent
fiscal year. This will be hard on the Re
publican calamity shriekers throughout
the country who are afflicted with an ach
ing anxiety to be restored to federal po
sitions, but it will hardly exoite the un
controllable anger of the overwhelming
majority of the Anierioan people.
The World's Fair Teat
thawed bo baking powder
to pan or so great to ear
tnlng power as the Royal.
H1ESS COMMENTS.
A frent lebate.
Miss Josie Hix is W. H. Harvey's nri
vate seoretary. In her desk in Mr. Har
vey's oftioe she has the names, addresses
and civil or military titles of some 50,000
tree silver advocates. She knows per
sonally everyone of the leaders in the
silver cause, and usually can lay her na
ger on any of them. Just now, however,
she is densely ignorant of the where
abouts of Mr. Harvey himself. Every
day she leaves the Fort Dearborn build
ing with an armful of letters, books and
challenges, and hurrieB to the Winder
mere hotel, but when she is on duty in
her office she shakes her head and smil
ingly protests that she hasn't the remot
est idea where Mr. Harvey is. The fact
is, however, that Mr. Harvey is prepar
ing for his ooming monetary "set to"
wnn Koswell I. Horr, the single-standard
heavy-weight of the Atlantio coast,
and has pitched his training quarters at
the Windermere hotel. The contest
will come oft July 16 and will consist of
fourteen rounds of three honrs each.
Judge Blodgett and Judge Caldwell have
been selected by both sides as referees;
Lyman J. Gage will be in the corner for
the eastern man and H. A. Taylor will
look for Mr. Harvey between the rounds.
The fight will be to a finish and both men
are training hard. Horr is at work, it.
is said, in Plainfield, N. Y., and has Ed
ward Atkinson as trainer. His quarters
are in a secluded spot, and no one is per
mitted to intrude. Chicago Record.
The Klo Urantle Iam.
Maj. Llewellyn brings word from Chi
cago that Frank Smith has seoured the
capital necessary to build irrigation
works on the Rio Grande, and that the
sum of $20,000 has been deposited with
the Title Guarantee & Trust company, of
Chicago, to pay for surveys and prelimi
nary work. This is not a mere rumor.
Mr. Llewellyn saw the cablegram trans
mitting the money and stating that all
details were arranged and contracts
signed, and he had a talk with Frank
Smith and Mr. Owen about the matter.
The dam will bo built at the narrow,
rooky point about fifteen miles below
Rinoon. It will be a solid structure
sixty feet in height, 100 feet in width at
the bottom and twenty-five feet on top,
and it will back up enough water to irri
gate 300,000 acres. The main canal,
when completed, will be 100 miles long,
and for the first twelve miles it will be
100 feet wide. The canal will traverse
the mesa east of Las Cruces, and it is
proposed to carry it through the Franklin
mountains by a tunnel to the land of the
Isleta grant back of JJort Bliss.
The Santa Fe track will be removed for
a distance of about twenty miles between
Gramma station and Leasburg. The con
tract for moving the traot has been made
with the railroad company. The grade
of the new line is only 1 per cent, and
there will be a stretch of sixteen miles
without any out and with a fill of only
three feet. The cost of moving the line
is estimated at $8,000 per mile. This
work will be begun inside of sixty days,
and a force of 1,200 men will be em
ployed. Surveyor E. R. Stafford and Hydraulic
Engineer B. E. Limb, wtth a oovrps of as
sistants, are camped at Selden and are
taking the topography of the damsite.
Work on the dam and canals will be
pushed simultaneously, and the projec
tors believe that they will have the water
running in the canal above Las Cruoes
by next February. Las Cruoes In
dependent Democrat.
THE NEW MEXICAN.
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the Valley will dispute for the pre-eminenoe with California; while competent authority pronounoes its
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Enormous yields of suoh forage crops as alfalfa, sorghum and Egyptian corn make the feeding of oattle
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The recent completion of the Peoos Valley Railway to Roswell will cause the mire rapid settlement
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
MAX FROST,
Attorney at Law, Santa Fe, New Mexioo.
VICTORY i, POPE,
Attorneys at law, Santa Fe, N. M. Will
practice in all the oourts.
GEO. W. KNAEBEL,
Offloe in Griffin block. Collections and
searohing titles a specialty.
EDWARD L. BARTLETT,
Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Offloe,
Catron block.
HENRY L. WALDO,
Attorney at Law. Will practice in the
several courts of the territory. Prompt
attention given to all business intrusted
to his care. Office in Catron blook.
A. A. Feekmin, Elvioo Baoa
Late Asso. Justice N. M. Sup. Court.
FREEMAN & BACA,
Attorneys at Law, Socorro, N. M. Wil
practice in the courts of Socorro. Lin
coln, Uhaves anil Eddy comities. Also in
the supreme and U. S. Land oourts at
Santa re.
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Attorney and counselor at law, P. O. Box
"F," Santa Fe, N. M., praotioee in su
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ioo.
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Attorney and Counselor at Law, Silver
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Pr tioe in all the courts in the territory
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Attorney at Law. Praotices in all terri
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SANTA FE ROUTE
TIME TAIBTliIEL
I11 effect June 9, 1895.
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The California Limited leaving Santa
Fe at 6:40 p. m. la a solid vestibule train
Chicago to Los Angeles and San Diego
without change, free chair oars Chicago
to Albuquerque, same equipment east
ward. Only 88 honrs between Santa Fe
and Los Angeles.
The California and Mexioo Express
leaving Santa Fe at 10:110 p. m. carries
Pullman Palace andTourist Sleeping ears
Chicago to San Franoisoo, wlthont ohange.
The Colombian Limited leaving Santa
Fe at 8:20 is a solid vestibule train to Chi
cago, only i&X hours between Santa Fe
and Chioago, 82f hours between Santa
Fe and Kansas City. This train makes
olose oonneotion at La Junta for Denver
and Colorado points. Parlor and chair
oars La Junta to Denver. Time 19 Honrs
between Santa Fe and Denver. All trains
oarry dining cars between Chicago and
Kansas City. Between Kansas City and
the Paoiflo coast, meals are served at the
famous Harvey eating house.
Close connections an 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 Fe Route oall on or address:
B. S. LX7TZ, Agent
O. T. NICHOLSON, Q. P. T. A.
City ticket offloe, First National bank
building
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Fam Lairods!
UNDER IEEIQATma DITCHES.
old Mines!
Choice Mountain and V&Uey Lands near the Fool i ll;
For the Irrigation f ttw WwtUm and .JUfa between Raton ansj
Sprlngor One Hun44 mile of lewfe Irrigating Canals bave
been built. Theae VaasVi wUh aatf swoal VMfcw tights are sold aheap and
on the easy tertna ejf tea annual ley amenta, wMh 7 per cent Interest.
In addition to the byve then as l40t),M0 acres of land for sale, con.
stating mainly of Agrioultur al,
olimate ia unsurpassed
lurpaased, and alfalftt,
perfection and in abuneUaee.
Those wishing to view the ledo
raada, and will havo a reoaes olio
awes or
The famous Cold Mining Camps near 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 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 IT. P. D. & G. railroads cross this property.
WARRANTY DEEDS. GIVEN. For full particulars apply to
THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT CO.
Raton, Mew Mexico.
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