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The Daily Hew Mexican
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MONDAY. AUGUST 5.
Tiie tax-dodger with a pull is nlways
lookine ont for the interest of his class.
Who's looking out for the interest of the
people?
Americans may take some interest in
the fact that the husband of a Chicago
girl defeated the hnsband of a Clevelaud
girl in the late English election. The
rival wives were formerly Miss Chamber
lain and Mies Lieter.
have ont deeper than even his vitupera
tive faber can respond to. Any way, he
wants the New Mexican to help him ont,
and as the New Mexican is conducted on
humane principles, verging as closely to
the golden rule as is consistent with good
journalism, even when dealing with its
avowed enemies, why, here goes Mr.
Kelly's letter explains itself:
To the Editor of the New Mexican.
Las Crnoes, N. M., Aug. 2. Dear Sir:
The statements said to have been made to
the Optio by the person calling herself
Miss Londonderry, alleging that I invited
her to drive, that I was intoxicated, etc.,
are absolutely false and without any sem
blance of foundation. As you have seen
fit to publish an editorial paragraph
based upon Miss Londonderry's malio ous
falsehood and containing an insinuation
against me, you will oblige me by print
ing a proper correction. I also suggest
that you might be a little more carefnl in
your personal allusions to me, nnd there
by show better appreciation of the or
dinary rules of professional courtesy.
Yours respectfully, Allen Kelly.
We cheerfully give Mr. Kelly the bene
fit of the New Mexican's calnmns to
make this correction, returning good for
evil. However, the suggestion he makes
as to being "a little more careful," he will
doubtless in future take to himself,
whether dealing with his brethren of the
press or with an unprotected female bi
cycle agent.
The paragraph in tho New Mexican
which Mr. Kelly complains of reads thus:
"According to the Las Vegas Optio's
interview with the femnle biker, Miss
Londonderry, Editor Allenkelly's griev
ance against the woman was one that
would properly oome under the caption
'purely personal.' "
PRESS COMMENT.
The Pecos Valley Argus unhesitatingly
pronounces the New Mexican "the leading
paper of New Mexico." This compli
ment is particularly gratifying coming
as it does from one of the handsomest
and one of the most ably conducted
newspapers in the west.
GBABBnoppEiis seem to be a superfluous
insect. They have 400 grasshopper kill
ing maohines in Chicago county, Minne
sota, which average 100 bushels a day.
These 40,000 bushels of grasshoppers are
in excess of the quantity Minnesota's
heus get away with.
A man with a statistical turn of mind
finds that $50,000,000 is spent each year
in maintaining ohnrches in the United
States. Churches seem a rather expen
sive institution until light is thrown on
the cost of jails, whioh the same genius
figures at $400,000,000.
The usual controversy is going on in
Texas as to whether the proposed cham
pion fight can oome off in that state. The
governor of Texas has taken the negative.
The Florida Athletio club, which has
charge of the preliminaries, says that the
governor's proclamation was expeoted.
The club did not say whether or not the
proclamation was a part of the program.
FARMERS, TAKE NOTICE.
The New Mexican has frequently called
attention to the certain profits that might
generally be derived by the farmers of
New Mexioo by the intelligent cultivation
of canagria, which is rapidly supplanting
oak and hemlock bark as a material for
tanning leather. It is indigenous to the
soil of New Mexico, growing naturally in
every county of the territory, bat its
value is much inoreased by cultivation,
and of course the product can thereby be
almost indefinitely inoreased. With a
view to stimulating the culture of can
agria in Texas, the Galveston chamber of
commerce has issued an elaborate bulletin
explaining the nature of the plant, its
methods of growth, how it can most prof
itably be cultivated and prepared for the
market, and what its superior merits are
as a tanning material. The bulletin af
firms that canagria root, a tuber resem
bling a common potato, contains from
2G to 84 per cent of tannin as against
from 8 to 11 per cent in the best tan
bark, and concludes with this remark:
"The demand is praeticnlly unlimited and
it is believed that 3,000,000 tons of the
root could be sold annually." This is a
subject that ought to arrest the attention
of every tiller of the soil in New Mexico.
Thm is no reason why the oulture of
oanagria should not annually add thou
sands of dollars to the wealth of this ter
ritory. mammmmmwmmmmmm
EDITOR KELLY'S COMPLAINT.
Editor Allen Kelly, of the Las Crnoes
Independent-Democrat, is in trouble. No
one will be surprised at this, for most
people who have attained their majority
are firm believers in the old saw, "give a
calf rope enough and he'll hang himself,"
and that's just what's the matter with
Kelly. He ha. been sloshing around in
his editorial mud-hole for over a year,
butting his cranium against nearly every
thing and everybody in sight, emitting
copious quantities of splenetic nastiuoss
Kelly has an abnormal spleen in season
and out of season, and prostituting both
the editorial and local columns of the
newspaper whioh employs him to un
justly critioise and abuse people whose
motives are pure, sincere and honest.
Kelly, the self-oonstituted mentor of
the New Mexico press; Editor Kelly, the
bear hunter from the Pacific; Prof. Allen
Kelly, the grammarian, he who revels in
jonrnalistio classics and delights in
dilating upon the editorial ability of his
neighbor whenever he fails "to dot an i or
cross a t-thia is the fellow who now
wants the press to set him right in the
eyes of the public
The story of Mr. Kelly troubles are
brief. There's a woman In it, of coarse.
Wh.i fnl thins, these women are, to be
are. Why, alongside of the wagging
tonga of a woman who makes up tier
mind to gorisht after her prey "hell's
fury," we are told, has no eqnal, and in
this partloular case the wagging that Mr.
Kelley baa beoome the victim of seems to
A Matter of Koicret.
The AlbuquerqneDemoorat is certainly
greatly improved, and is rapidly coming
to the front as a newspaper. Its tele
graphic columns are now carefully edited,
making it the most desirable newspaper
in New Mexioo. From a politioal stand
point, it is a matter of regret that the
controlling interest should pass into the
hands of Republican politicians. Socorro
Advertiser.
Law and Kqalty.
The Optio is of opinion that the fol
lowing of Reavis thns far is persecution
rather than prosecution, and the writ of
habeas corpus should at once be granted.
There is neither justice nor reasou in
keeping the man in jail, even if his prose
cution is persevered in. Messrs. Catron
fc Spiees ought to be able to get him out
of prison, for they have equity on their
side. As to law, it is on any side which
has the strongest lawyers. Las Vegas
Optio.
The Demoorat indorses all that por
tion of the foregoing which refers to
Reavis, and with respect to the general
remark in the last two lines, it unfor
tunately contains too much truth so
muoh, indeed, that the fnot it states hns
almost entirely obliterated that respeot
whioh the people ought to entertain for
the oourts. Albuquerque Democrat.
The
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VALLEY
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FFERS oneqnaled advantages to the farmer, frait grower, live .took raise, dairyman, bee-
rpUa anil nf Mia Panna Valloir ia nf hirrh BVArarrA fnrtilitv. and under irrigation orodnoes bountiful crops oi
most of the grasses, grains, vegetables, berries and fruits of the temperate and some of those of the semi
tropioal zone. In such fruit as the peach, pear, plum, grape, prune, apricot, neotanne, cherry, quince, etc.,
the Valley will dispute for the pre-eminenoe with California; while competent authority pronounces its
upper portions in partioular the finest apple country in the world.
Enormous yields of such forage crops as alfalfa, sorghum aud Egyptian corn make the feeding of oattle
and sheep and the raising and fattening of hogs a very profitable oooupation.
The cultivation of oanaigre a tanning material of great value is beooming an important industry in
the Pecos Valley, a home market having been afforded for all that oau 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. i
Lands with perpetual water-rights are for sale at low prioea and on easy terms. The water sopply or
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 which extends through the Valley s en
tire length, will oause these lands to enjoy a constant, and at times rapid, increase in value.
The recent completion of the Pecos Valley Railway to Roswell will cause the mw rapid settlement
and development of the upper portions of the Valley, including the rich Feliz seotion. The company has
recently purchased many of the older improved farms about Roswell, aud has now for sale lands to meet
the wants of all-raw lands, partially improved lands, us well as farms with houses, orchards and fields of
nUalfa and other crops. Iu the vioiuity of Roswell several pieces of land have been divided into five and
ten acres tracts, snitable for orchards and traok farms in connection with suburban homes. Certain of
these tracts are being planted to orchards, and will be cultivated and oared for by the company for three
yunrs ut the end of which period they will be handed over to the purchasers. Write for pamphlet fully
diwrihfnv the terms and conditions on whioh these several classes of traots are sold. ..,.
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Escribers. In addition a valuable engraving Is given every subanrlber during these two
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Sswers to the question "Whore dues the Word "tjift" first occur to the Bible?" E
5 will be awarded, in the order their answers are received, the following on thousand
a-Peclalglft.: , A ItlBTC. 1
S 1st Correct Answer One year scholar
S ship. Including board at "The
3 Castle," Miss C. E. Mason's
S School for Girls and Young la-s-
dies, Tarrytown-on-Hudson, New
s York. ITTintipnrlnnahlv the most
beautiful Eastern school for glrls.$555.O0
8 One year scholarship Clara Con
way Institute, Memphis, Tenn.... 200.00
8Scholarship Barnes' Shorthand
School, Arthur J. Barnes, Prest..
St. Louis 160.00
t Life Scholarship Watson's Busi
ness College (successors to Led
dlns Business College), Memphis,
Tenn.; W. T. Watson, Prin 150.00
5 One year scholarship C-jntral Fe
male College, Archibald A. Jones,
Prest., .Lexington, Mo 116.00
6 One year scholarship complete
business course (actual business
practice and practical bookkeep
ing, with banking), Jones' Com
mercial College, J. O.
ITin., Bl. L)U1H.
Bohmer.
100
s 7 ScholarshlD Eastman Business
S College, Poimhkecpsle, N. V 100,
S 8 Complete course New York Col-
a lege of Business 100.
S 9 Course of Shorthand nnd Type
S writing, Jones' Commercial Col
Si lege, St. Louis 100.
S 10 Scholarship christian Brothers'
College, Memphis 100.
S 11 Scholarship K. C. (Mo.) Bus.
g University 100
5 12 Scholarship French or German.. 70.
S 13 Walter A. Wood Cyclone Mower.. 66,
S 14-15 One year scholarship Sprlng-
S field Normal School, Springfield,
S Mo.; 160 each 120.
S M Springfield Farm Wagon 60,
B 17 New Home Sewing Machine 60,
B 18-19 Round Trip Colorado Spring
S via Missouri Paclflo; 164.20 each.. 108,
SO One year scholarship (literary 4e-
. partmenu uapiisi perflate college,
Lexington, Mo., Rev. W. A. Wil
son, President
21 Round trip ticket to Denver via
Burlington Route
22 Fine Breech-loading Shotgun
23 2l-Kound trip tol Cotton Btate.
Exposition, Atlanta, Ga. ; via L.
and N., cji St. L. Ry.s
N7.20 each ..'..
25 Gold Filled Hunting Case Watch
26 Gold Filled Hunting Case Watch
27 China Dinner Set
28 Steamboat trip
29 31 Barnes' home course Instruction
In shorthand; $10 each
82 Pair Fine Opera Glasses
33-87 Graphic Atlas of World; 17.60 ea
38 Solid Gold Ring, 18 karat
39 Remington 32-Callber Rifle
40 Solid Gold Ring, 18 karat
41 Remington 32-Callber Rifle
42 Five Dollar Gold Piece
43 67 Subscription to "North' Ameri
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RS.fl? TWfnrri Teachers Bible! 85 each
83-112 Political and Geographical Map
United Slates ill colors), 86 each.
113- Set Rogers' Table 8poons.. ......
114- 123 Set Rogers' TeaJ.poons, It ea
124-138 Gold-tilled Thlrrfble, 12 each..
139-143 Fine Umbrella, $2 each
144-140 Miniature Atlas and Oasetteer
of World, 11.25 each
147-171 R & O Corset; $1 each...
172-322 Fine Engraving; 11 each......
323-522 Tickets two days great St.
Louis Fair, WW), uci. i 10 is;
000 in premiums; $1 each....
623-636 Fine Engraving; $1 each......
637-695 Dollar Package Old Coon
Smoking Tobacco; II Mtch
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21- Solld Gold Ring, 18-karat. I.M
22- Remington 82-callber Rifle.... J.OO
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98 nnM W.tfih Ptiarm 6.00
29-38 Oxford Teachers Bible, 86 each. 60.00
89-68 Geo.-Polltlcal Map U. B., K ea. 109.00
B Many answers will come In late from subscribers who restd. In remote prts of th.
3 United Stntes, and In order that these may also receive handsome gifts we will give to
S the last 300 subscribers sending correct answers (envelope to bear postmark not later than
August 81, 185, and reach Republic office not later than September 10, 1896), th. fol-
R lnwltiv hnnwim. nnd valuable fflfta:
s Last Correct Answer One year
9 scholarship Baptist Female Col
B lege, Lexington, Mo,, Rev. W. A.
S Wilson, President $300.00
I Course Memphis Keeley Institute. 201.00
8 scholarship (same as no. s ist tw iw.uu
4 Scholarship (same as No. 4 1st 700 160.00
6 Scholarship (same as No. 6 1st 700) 115.00
6 Scholarship (same as No. 6 1st 700) 100.00
7 Scholarship (same as No. 11 1st 700) 100.00
8 Scholarship, French or German.. 70.00
8 Scholarship (same as No. 14 1st 700) 60.00
10 Ticket Colorado Spgs. and return. 64.20
11 Ticket to Denver and return 49.no
1nnnnrl trln tn Atlanta. RXDOSlttOn. 87.20
S 13 Gold-filled Hunting Case Watch.. 85.00
S 14-Stesmboat trip...................... 1200
S 16-16 Home Course Shorthand, $10 ea 20.00
K 17 Fair Fine opera uiasses
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60-64 Set Rogers' Tea Spoons, $8 each
65-One Gold Coin.......................
60-75-Gold-fllled Thimble, II each....
76-78-Flne Umbrella, M each..........
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prior
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Farm Lands.
UNDER IRRIGATING DITCHES.
old Crimes!
Choice Mountain and Valley lands near the Foot Us
Tor th Irrigation f tlM 9nMm ud TaJlaya barwaan Raton and
Springer On Ban bUm lMf krif Btlng Canals
been built TfcaM la wHk itmai tihto era gold cheap and
on the aaay tonaa tea aaaual fsfal. wtth 7 per oent iaterest
In additlo to the there n 1,400,000 acres of land for sale, con
aiatiBs maiair ef Agrtottltural, Goal Md Tlmbor Lands. Th
climate ia unaurpaaeed, aad alfalfa, rfaia attd fruit of all kind, grow to
perfection and In abuaOMCa. ... ' , ,.
Those wiahinf to Tlaw the leadc ear. nnn aBMial rates on the rail
reada, and wiU have a rebate atte ea the aaeaM, if the should buy 100
acres or mora.
The famous Cold Mining Camps near Elizabethtown and Baldy
are thrown open to prospentoTs on more favorable terms than locations
on Government land. Mining regulations sent on application.
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