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The Daily Hew Mexican
BY NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO. Entered as Second Class matter at the Santa re Post Office. BATES Of SUB3CKIPT10NB. Dailvi ner wfuk. hv rytrner 25 Daily, per month, Dy carrier 1 00 Daily, per month, by mail 1 00 Daily, three months, by mail 2 50 Daily, six months, by mail fi 00 uauy, one year, iv ami.1. , 10 00 Weekly, pr month 25 ff eekly, per quarter 75 Wf.esXy, per six months 1 00 WVwkly, per ear 2 00 All contracts and bills for advertising pay. bis monthly. .ail communication intended for publica tion must he accompanied by the writer's awxe and address not for publication but ss evidence of good faith, and should be ad dressed to The ICditor. Letters pertaining to Hasiueas should he nstdressed New Mexican Printing Co., Santa Fe, New Mexico. sgrThe New Mexican is the oldest news paper in New Mexico. It is sent To every Pot Office in the Territory and has a large t.id growing circulation among the intelli gent aud progressive people of the south-Vest. SATURDAY. JULY 20. As a gold producer sooth Santa Fe county is soming to the front with giant strides. Lord Salisbdby's majority of 200 in the house of commons may prove rather unwieldy, but at the same time it is a pretty healthy indorsement of that family call i iu' t. has a suggestion which it would be pleased to have considered by the citizens of Santa Fe and our neighbors to the south. It is proposed that the people of Cerrillos, Albuquerque and White Oaks send a delegation of responsible business men here on the oooasion of President Jeffrey's visit to co-operate with the Board of Trade of 8anta Fe in receiving him and laying before him the necessity of, and the many advantages to follow for the narrow gauge system, Bhould its lines be pushed promptly into central and southern New Mexioo. Such com mittees could oome prepared with data revealiDg some outline of the splendid and varied resouroes of their respective localities, and, if Mr. Jeffrey would con sent, they oould take him for a pleasant outing over the proposed route at least as far south as Albuquerque. What say the press and people of the lower country ? This is a subject in which we are all jointly interested, and greatly. Shall we not get together and push it ? PRESS C03HIENT. That's a wonderful showing of fruit products which Sau Juan county makeB this year. Nineteen miles of fruit wagons hauled by 8,000 horses isn't to be sneezed at. Sau Juan county ought to have railroad. Coin Habvey has made ex-Congress man Horr admit that the silver dollar is the unit of value in this country as estab lished by the constitution. Good. And this in Chicago, too, where ex-Judge Vin cent lives! The Arizona Democrats are energetic ally pushing Mr. Chas. M. Shannon for tho governorship over there in anticipa tion of Gov. Hughes' removal by Presi dent Cleveland, and already there is a still hunt on among New Mexico politicians for the succeasorship of Mr. Shannon as internal revenue collector. With a short crop of breadstuff's in Great Britain, France, Germany, Austria Hungary and Spain this year the chances are that Amerioau gold shipments won't be as large as usual. The author of the New York press dispatches who asserts that Wall street is worried over gold shipments abroad probably doesn't know what he is talking about. It isn't that that's worrying Wall street, if it is wor ried. When so staunch a partisan journal as the Denver Republican declares the hope that Democracy will win in Kentuoky it means that western silver blood is thicker than the aqueous flnanoial policy put up by the Republican party. One by one the Republican press of the west that isn't peoned to the bosses is serving no tice on their eastern party friends to look their courage is to be admired. out. The state of I owa sadly needs, it ap pears, a Demooratio administration to enforce law and order. "Within the last year," according to the Register, a moral, intelligent and law-abiding community has been given over to such lawlessness and crime that one of its great news papers is forced to recommend mobs as a means of Berving file ends of justice. Hear it. "There are too many' thieves and robbers and plunderers at larga in this state at the present time. We need a few hangings, as terrible examples. If the law can't give them, the people will have to do it for themselves. During the past year a half million, or a million, dollars of trust funds have been misap propriated and stolen in Iowa. It is de plorable if no one is to be punished for these shortcomings." Let's Bee, we be lieve Iowa is counted as one of the solid Republican states. BRING THE TAX DODCER TO TIME. The value of all the property listed for taxation in the city of New York is 1,9U,547,645, which (if equally divided) would allot about $1,000 to every man, woman and child in the great city, and upon this enormous aggregate the sum of $37,476,960, or 1.92 per cent of the prin cipal is, to be colleoted in taxes. Unques tionably the rate of taxation would be much less if many of the multi-millionaires did not systematically and success fully dodge a large part of their taxes by either under-estimating of concealing from the assessor millions of their wealth. As it is, the moderately wealthy, or those engaged in productive enterprises that yield only small profits pay vttBtly more than their jaat proportion of the taxes. This is true, to a greater or less degree, everywhere. Clearly the millionaire tax dodger evil should be oorreoted. THE D. & R. C. EXTENSION. President Jeffrey, of the D. 4 R. G. railroad, it expeoted to return to Denver from England within a day or two. He has been abroad on a mission of muoh import to New Mexioo, the placing of bonds for the extension of D. & R. G. lines in this territory and southern Colo rado, and it is hinted that he is likely to make a personal visit to Santa Fe with in the next few weeks, his purpose being to look over the newly acquired Espa-nola-Santa Fe road and to eonsider the feasibility ' of its extension southward from this eity. Definite information as to Mr. Jeffrey's Visit will doubtless be announced shortly, bnt in the meantime tbe Niw Mexican Wilson Law and imports. Our Republican friends predicted that the Wilson tariff bill would flood the country, as it were, with European goods. Their croakings have not been realized. Instead of increasing, imports have fallen off since that law took effect, as oompared with the period of MoKin leyism prior to the panic. The govern ment report .of imports for the first eleven months of the fiscal year bpgiu ning June 30, which has just been issued, shows a decrease of over $100,000,000 from the corresponding period of the first year under the MoKinley law, $86, 000,000 from the seooud year's and $125, 000,000 from the fiscal year ending June 30, 1893. These were the three years immediately prooeding the panic The McKinley bill was in force during the en tire period with the exception of the first few weeks of the year 1890-1. . These three years of MoKinleyism were uoteu tor large imports. In the first one imports increased from less than $714, 000,000 to over $771,000,000, aud in 1892-3, the last year preceding the panic, they reaohed the enormous sum of $796,705, 378. The average for the three years, with June omitted from eaoh, was nearly $775,000,000, as oompared with $670,302, 811, the value of our imports for the eleven months ending the 81st of last May. True, the first few weeks of the year 1894-5 were convered by the Mc Kiuley law, the Wilson bill not being passed until August, but making the al lowance for that, the monthly average was nearly $10,000,000 larger under the Mo Kinley than it has been under the Wilson law. Instead of an increase, there has been a decrease in every leadintr class of im ports excepting raw wool. In the eleven ' months ending with May our wool im ports amounted to $22,880,000 an in crease of $2,650,000. On the other hand, imports of woolen eoods were nenrlv uuu.uuu lower than in the oorresnondios? period of 1892-3, and $3,500,000 lower than the average for the entire MoKinley period before the panic. The importa tion of breadstuff grain and their pro ducts fell from $3,735,000, the average for the MoKinley period, omitting June, to $2,777,000 last year. A Republican Washington correspondent calls attention no me great inorease in barley imports over the year 1893-4. The faot is that our barley corn was a failure last year and a good deal.of foreign barley was im ported in conBequenoe. Compared, how ever, with -the amount imported in the nrst eleven months of 1890-1 under the MoKinley law, we find a decrease last fis cal year of over $1,000,000. Republicans may profess to think $1, 890,523 a big sum to pay for foreign ani mals in eleven months, but alongside of what we paid under the McKinley bill, it is a small sum. In the corresponding periods of the three years ending May 31, 1893, our animal imports amounted to respectively $4,368,000, $3,958,000 and $1,671,000. Nor has there been an increase in cot ton goods. On the other hand, a slight decrease is reported as oompared with the greatest business year of the McKinley period that of 1892-3. In earthen, storm and chinaware we find, instead of an in orease, a decrease of over $500,000. ine reduction in the dutv on crlnsa nnrl glassware did not inorease the value of importations. This class of imports was smaller in the eleven months covered by the report than in any corresponding period of MoKinleyism preceding the panic It averaged then 87.773.000 and the value of last year's, omitting the June imports, was se.uau.uuu. Hot did manu factures of iron and steel inorease to $21, 213,679. They decreased to that sum from $35,000,000 in 1890-1, $25,000,000 the fol lowing year and $31,000,000 in the last year of MoKinleyism before the panic. xlepnblioaus find no more consolation in meat and dairy produots. As this class of imports is less than it was in the greatest years of the McKinley period, me wuson oiu coma not nave increased it. And "the farmers and poultrymen of tne country may be interested to know." not that more egga were brought into the United States last year than in any year or tne moiuniey penoa for suoh uoi. tne osbb dug mat tne number was considerably less than in any year of that period up to the panic. The only other article speoially referred to is sugar and we must congratulate onr Republican contemporaries on having correctly re ported a large decrease here. As already stated, raw wool is the only article in which there has been an inorepse. Other imports have fallen off as compared with the heavy business in foreign goods un der the MoKinley law. The Repnblio has noted before the magnificent inorease of wages nnder the Wilson law. Whether large imports are an indication of prosperity or the reverse may be argued. The Repnblioan theory is that imports show impoverishment. On their own contention, tbe Wilson bill has emsournged all staple American industries, The VALLEY of . . . W M I FFERS nnequaled advantages to the farmer, frait grower, live atook raiser, dairyman, bee keeper, and to the home-seeker srenerallv. The soil of tbe Peoos Valley is of high average fertility, and under irrigation produoes bonntiful orops of most of the grasses, grains, vegetables, berries and fruits of the temperate and some of those of the semi tropical zone. In suoh fruit as the peaoh, pear, plum, grape, prune, aprioot, nectarine, oherry, quince, etc, tbe Valley will dispute for the pre-eminence with California; while competent authority pronounces its upper portions in particular the finest apple oountry in the world. Enormous yields of suoh forage orops as alfalfa, sorghum aud Egyptian corn make the feeding of oattle and sheep aud the raising and fattening of hogs a very profitable oocupation. 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 prioe yielding a handsome profit. The olimate of the Peoos 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 prioes and on easy terms. The water Bupply of the Pecos Valley has no equal in all the arid region for eonstanoy 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 oonstant, and at times rapid, increase in value. The recent completion of the Peoos Valley Railway to Roswell will cause the mire rapid settlement and development of the upper portions of the Valley, inoluding the rioh Feliz section. The oompany has recently purchased many of 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 orops. In the vicinity of Roswell several pieoes of land have been divided into five and ten acres tracts, suitable for orchards and track farms in connection with suburban homes. Certain of these tracts are being planted to orohards, and will be cultivated and oared for by the oompany for three years at the end of whioh period they will be handed over to the purchasers. Write for pamphlet fully describing the terms and conditions on whioh these several olassts of traots are sold. FOR FULL INFORMATION REGARDING THE PEOOS VALLEY WITH COPIES OF ILLUSTRA TED PUBLICATIONS ADDRESS Tbe Pecos Irrigation and Improvement Company, Eddy, N. M., or Colorado Springs, Colo. Co., made cause Joins to Mexico In Julyf You ought to loin one of the cheap ex cursions over the Santa Fe route and Mexican Central lines to City of Mexioo and return. The ticket rate is about 1 oent a mile; dates of sale July 6 to 20. Talk it over with local agent. VIGOi of Easily, Qulokiy, Permanently Rwtered. Weakness, Nervewsnesa, emi iy, iu ui the tram ,oi evils rrom early errors or I later excesses, the results of overwork, Blcknem, worry, N etc. Full strength, devel- upiuen i una lone given to (ovci-y oriu ana portion of the body. Simula, nat ural methods, jmmedt ata ImtiNinMtnt ajMn. Failure Impossible. 8,000 references. Book, explanation and proof mailed (sealed) free. ERIE KEOICAL CO., Buffalo, H.Y. SJEXK S. 1 I i , f m i i in' h Legal Koticc. In the District Court of the First Ju dicial District sitting in and for the County of Santa Fe in the Territory of New Mexioo. Odaville Yates, Complainant. vs. The Lincoln, Luoky & Lee Mining Defendant Chancery No. 8189, In pursuance of a final decree and entered in the above entitled on tho 13th day of June, A. D.1895, where by it was provided that, in the event of the failure of the defendaut herein to pay within twenty dayB the Beveral sums of money in Baid decree decreed to be paid the property hereinafter described should be sold to satisfy said deoree, I, A. B. Renehan, appointed special master there' in for the purpose of executing said do cree, hereby give notice, the condition of pavment within twenty days not having been compiled with, and said twenty days having expired, and said indebtedness not having been paid and no part thereof, that I will on Saturday, the 3rd day of August, A. D. 1895, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the front door of the court house in the County of Santa Fe in tbe territory of New Mexioo, offer for sale and sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, be the same the com plainant herein or any other party, all the following desoribed property, to-wit All and singular the Lincoln Mining Ulaim and the land comprising the same together with all veins of mineral, dips and spurs, and the improvements there' on, together with machinery, houses, etc., situated in the New Placers Mining Dis trict in the County of Santa Fe, Terri' tory of New Mexioo, and being located on what is known as Lucky Hill, about one mile east of the town of San Pedro in tbe county aforesaid, and about one half mile south of tbe Santa Fe Copper Mines, and whioh said Linooln Mining Claim is joined on the northwest by the Lucky Mining Claim, on the northeast by tne Lee Mining Claim and on tbe south east by the Anaconda Mining Claim. Ont of the proceeds received from the sale of said property, in acoordanoe with the order of the court aforesaid in the said final decree contained, the under signed, special master, will pay first, the lawful fees, charges and expenses of the undersigned, special master, in and about said sale; second, the sum of S1UU to Ueo W. Knaebel, Esq., as compensation for his services as special master to take proofs of the material allegations in the bill of complaint or said oomplainant contained ; third, the costs of said suit, including an allowance of $150 to the solicitor for the complainant herein in said above entitled oanse and a further fee of $15 allowed said solicitor for draw ing, filing and recording the lien in said snit filed, and fourth, the sum of $1,021.00 with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 12th day of January, A. D. 1891, up to the time pay ment is made of said fourth allowance or so much as the purchase money will pay of the same, shall be paid to tti9 com plainant or his solioitor for him, and fifth, the surplus moneys, if any there be, shall be paid to the register of this hon orable court to the credit of this Buit. The purchaser or purchasers at snob sale herein decreed to be made, shall upon such sale, deposit with the under signed special master at least ten per oent of the purchase money, together with a memorandum signed by or in be half of said purchaser or purobasers promising to pay the balanoe of said purchase money immediately npon the confirmation of said tale by the oourt, and the tender of the special master's deed. The undersigned special master on the day of sale and from time to time thereafter, may adjourn and keep open said sale in his discretion; and from and after the date of the sale of the said property by the undersigned in the man ner aforesaid, the defendant and all per sons claiming nnder them shall be and stand absolutely debarred and foreolosed of and from nil equity of redemption, of in and to the lands, real eetate, premises ' ana property herein ordered to b sold. Dated at Santa Fe, N. M., this July 6th, A. U lB!ir. A. ti. KENBDAS, J. H. Suthbbmn, Speoial Master, Solioitor for Complainant. tioing to City of Mexico In July 1 The Santa Fe route and Mexican Cen tral will take you through to City of Mex ioo and return, on fast express trains, at about 1 cent per mile, if tickets are pur chased any day between July 6 to 20. It is a trip to look forward to, and then thiuk of years afterward. PB0FE8BI0HAL 0AEDS, J. B. BRADY, Dentist. Rooms in Kahn Block, over Spitz' Jewelry Store. Ollioe hours, 9 to 12 a. in.; 2 to 5 p. m. S. H. SHEDLOSKI, M. D., Physician and surgeon. Office Griffin Block, Santa Fe, N. M. Office hours, 9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 5 p. m. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. MAX FROST, Attorney at Law, Santa Fe, New Mexioo. VICTORY & POPE, Attorneys at law, Santa Fe, N. M. praotice in nil the courts. Will GEO. W. KNAEBEL, Oflloe in Griffin blook. Oolleotions and searohing titles a specialty. SANTA FE ROUTE TUvTIEl TABX.B. In effect June 9, 1895. NORTH AND EAST. Read down 2 4 10:30 p 8:20 a 11 :10p 9:10 a 11:25 p 9:30 a 2:S5al2:25p 6:35 a 4:45 p :un a 8:1U n 10:50 a 8:55 p 11:00 a 9:15 p 12:5flpU:32p 2:45 p 1:40 a 5:40a EDWARD L. BARTLETT, Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Mexioo. Offioe, uatron block. A. A. Fbkkmin, Elfxoo Baoa Late Asso. Justioe N. M. Sup. Court. FREEMAN & BACA, Attorneys at Law, Socorro, N. M. Wil praotice in the courts of Sooorro, Lin coln, Chaves and Eddy oonnties. Also in the supreme and U. S. Land oourts at Santa Fe. E. A. FISKE, Attorney and counselor at law, P. O. Box "F," Santa Fe, N. M., praotieea in su preme and all district oourts of New Mex T. F. CONWAY, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Silver City, New Mexioo. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to his care. I'r tioe in all the oonrts in the territory A. B. RENEHAN, Attorney at Law. Praotloes in all terri torial oourts. Commissioner court of olaims. Collections and title searohing. Offioe with E. A.Fiske.Spiegelberg block Santa Fe. Wanted: A wide awake man to make a systematic distribution of onr new work. Everybody wants itl Everybody gets it. Few oan do without it. The easiest mothod of making money fast and at the same time please everyone to whom yon give a oopy absolutely free. We pay from $110 to $150 in oash for dis tributing onr goods. All our representa tives average at least $10 a day. Give reference and full particulars. Address American Cash Coupon Co,, 1020 Chest nut St., Philadelphia, Pa. A LADY'S TOILET Is not oomolete without an ideal nonpLEiiion poiio'8 Cornbines every element of beauty and purity. It is beauti fying, soothing, healing, health ful, and harmless, and when rightly used is invisible. A most de'icate and desirable protection to the face in this climate. Insist upon fcariaf tho gtnalns, IT 18 FOt IAU PfHWWItt. 5:50 p 1 :45 Ui 1:20 d 2:30p 5:15 p 4:45 a 6:00 p 3:15 a 11:16 p 9:07 a 6:50 a 11 :50p 9:45 a 2HX)al2:10p 4:10a 2:40p 6:10a 5:00p 6:30a 5:30 p 2:10p 1:20a asip 3:03a 6:52 p 6:00 a 8:39 p 7:35 a 10:00 p 9:00a Lv... Santa Fe...Ar Ar Lamy....Lv Lv Lamy ....Ar Ar.Xas Vegas... Lv Katon . . Trinidad Ar..La Junta.. .Lv f.v..La Junta. ..Ar Ar... Pueblo.... Lv .Uolo. springs. . vim Divide. Ar . . Cripple Ck. . Lv ...... L,eaa vine .Grand Junction. .. Salt Lake Cltv... Ar....Oeden Lv Ar... Denver.. ....Dodge City Burton.. Ar...St Lonli...Lv ivewton... Emporia . . Toreka Ar. Kansas City.Lv Lv. 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Lv Lv.Albuquerq'e.Ar! 4:10a 8:30 p 12:30p 4:30a :30 p 9:35a 9:20pl2:45p o:wi p. ... 10:45 a.... GailuD: Holbrogk. ... Wtnslow .Flagstaff Aanfork Ar . . . Preaeott . . . Lv ... ine needles... ..... Karstow ,San Bernardino. Ar.Los Angeles. Lv Ar..San Diego.. Lv Mojave ArSan Franois'oLv Read up 4 2 10:30a 1:05 a :)aia:05a 9:05all:15p ouaaiviiSD p 7:00a 9:21 p 6:30a 8:45 p 6:10a 8:25 p 6:00 p 5:41 p R:10p 2:45 p 12:50 a 10:10 p l:l5p n:4ua 6:80 a 8:45 p 6:10 a 8:15 n 12:35 a 2:20 p o:m piu:va 7:50p 9:80a 5:40p 7:20a 2:25 p 4:30a 7:50a 8:50 d 12:10 a 2:20p BrflOp 7:00a 2:15 p 10:00 a ,. SKp The California Limited leaving Santa r e at o:to p. m. is a solid vestibule train Chicago to Los Angeles and San Diego without change, free chair ears Chioago to Albuquerque, same equipment east ward. Only 88)f hours between Santa Fe and .lob Angeles. The California and Mexioo Express leaving Santa Fe at 10:20 p. m. oarries Pullman Palaoe andTourist Sleeping ears unioago to Ban Franolsoo, without onange. The Colombian Limited leaving Santa Fe at 8:20 is a solid vestibule train to Chi oago, only 48 hours between Santa Fe and Chioago, 82j honrs between Santa Fe and Kansas City. This train makes elose connection at La Janta for Denver and Colorado points. Parlor and chair ears 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 Pacific 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 Fe Route oall on or address: H. S. LTJTZ, Agent o. t. moEoxjoir, a. p. t. a. City ticket oflloe, First National bank building Fairm Lamids! UNDER IEEIOATINQ DITCHES. old Mne Choice Mountain and Valley lands near Ik fit ills s? For tfce Irrigation, e the) Prairie and TaHeys between Raton and Springer One Hundred Bailee ef Urge Irrigating Canals have been built Tbeee lands with pefyetual weAaw rights are sold cheap and on the easy terns ef tea annual parmemts, with 7 per oent interest la additio to the above there are 1,400,000 as res of land for sale, con sisting maiair of Agricultural, Coal and Timber Lands. Tho elimate is unsurpassed, and alfalfa, gttin aoi fruit of all kinds grow to perfection and in abun&ueee. Those wishing to view tho to sea asowra aeoelal rates on tho rail- iV thei roada, and will have rebate aao oat tho thef should buy 160 The famous Cold Mining Camps near Elizabethtown and Baldy are thrown open to prospectors on more favorable terms than looationa 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 U. P. D. & O. railroads cross this property. WARRANTY DEEDS GIVEN. Eor full particulars apply to THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT CO. Raton. New Mexico. IMPORTER AND JOBBER Oldest and Largest Establishment in Southwest. "Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Dry G-oods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hardware. Santa Fe New Mexico J. C. SCHUMANN, : is si m . Boots, Shoes & Leather Findings. Oole Agent for tha Ourt A Packard Ohoes. Santa Fa, - tow Uexico, THE SANTA FE BREWING CO. wottfrled Behrober, President. v BBSWIB6 AMD B0TTLKBS Of Santa Fe Lager Beer. ' MaMUVAOTUBBM of SQDi MINENL & CIRBOMD VMTEBS. PATRONIZE THIO HOME INDUSTRY. Palace Avenue, - - Santa Fe N. M. COAL a TRANSFER, LUHIDGR AND PC2D ' All Undo of aVraghaad TinUhesl Lunater; Tessa aTlooring aft tho Lowest Market Moo WUsVows and Boon. AIM Carry oa a foaeral Transfer Business aad deal ia Majr aad Grass. DUDROT7 s DAVID, Props.