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The Daily Hew Mexican
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iWTlie New Mexican is the oldest news'
oaner in New Mexico. It is sent to everv
PwtOIHce In the Territory and has a large
fcjil growing circulation among the intelli
gent and progressive people of the Bouth-
Xi.it.
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7.
The New Mexico weekly crop bulletins
make mighty interesting reading these
days.
It is significant that the boom in wheat
censed when the silver quotations quit
advancing.
ty, Cal. A large part of the mining in
dustry of that region has been suspended
during recent years because of the great
difficulty and cost of seouring power to
run the machinery. With steam or direct
water power the cost is from $150 to
$300 a horse power a year. The attempt
is to be made to generate electricity by
water power at a considerable distance
from the mines and to transfer the power
to the mines by wire. Two 450 horse
power generators are being put in at a
point on the Yuba river, seven miles
above Grass valley, and the power will
be transferred this distance to run the
mining machinery. The engineers be
lieve power oan be supplied in this way
for $100 a horse power at the most.
Gallup was dry. With characteristic
grit Gallupites bored for water and got
it. Good for Gallup.
Gov. Richards, of Wyoming, solemnly
annonnoes, with evident and strongly
confirmatory sorrow between the lines,
that only one Bannock was really killed
in the late Jaokson Hole trouble. Thus
the great ado the Associated Press has
been making over this "war" may very
fairly be compared to the fuss the old
hen made over one chicken.
The kindergarten must have recogni
tion in New Mexico. The Santa Fe city
Bchool board feels that it oan not go that
fur this year, but the seed the New Mexi
can is sowing has already fallen in fertile
plaoes, and we learu with no little gratifi
cation that the school directors are them
selves studying critically the details of
the kindergarten system. Another year,
we hope, will find Santa Fe far advanced
over the present method of dealing with
children under the age of 7 years.
What has become of MoKinley? The
press dispatches haven't mentioned him
as making one of those "polished
period" speeches auywhere for Beveral
days. Has he really discovered that the
pneumatic tire of his presidential boom
has been hopelessly pnnotnred by the
rapidly returning good times inoident to
Democratic tariff reform, or is he merely
giving bia massive jaw much needed rest
while looking over his "aooumnlated
private correspondence" in the Ohio ex
ecutive office f
It is doubtless true that a good deal of
exaggeration has been indulged in by
the daily press of the territory and the
west in reporting the extent of and
damage done reoently by the floods at
Silver City and Socorro. The New Mexi
can oan justly lay claim to the credit of
more accurately reporting the details and
estimating nearer to the actual loss than
any of its daily contemporaries, and we
take it as a compliment that the San
Maroial Bee, the Lincoln News and other
papers throughout the territory should
have copied onr reports in full, not omit
ting the proper credit.
Considebino. all the oironmstanoes, the
bankers' panic, the drought and conse
quent light crop returns, the great strike
and many other drawbacks, the A., T. fc
S. F. Railroad company certainly comes
out of the past year with flying colors.
Here are the figures: Gross earnings of
the Santa Fe system, all lines, for the fis
oal year from July 1, 1894, to June 30,
1895, were $39,795,802, a decrease of $2,
529,595 from the gross earnings for the
previous year. The operating expenses
were $30,012,690, a decrease of $986,524.
The net earnings were $9,783,112, a de
crease of $1,644,071. The net earnings of
the St. Louis & San Francisco were $2,
639,281, an increase of $259,524. The net
earnings of the Atlantio & Pacific were
$499,491, an increase of $326,056. The
net earnings of the Colorado Midland
were $264,37(1, an increase of $142,708.
Tbe net earnings of the Santa Fe system
proper were $6,479,653, a decrease of $2,
271,390. All earnings quoted are for the
y"-
ELECTRICITY'S PROCRtSS
The electrical era is rapidly approach
ing. Hundreds of the best minds of the
age have been at work on the transpor
tation problem for three years past, and
that their task has been accomplished is
evinced by the reoent organization of an
eleotrio transportation corporation by
the WestinghouBe people. The New
York, New Haven & Hartford railroad Is
now operating by electricity its Nan
took et Beach branch, which has a heavy
summer traffic, and light winter traffic;
end the Pennsylvania railroad is hIbo
operating in the same way its Burlington
A Mount Hilly brenoh, six miles long.
Mention may also be made of the Brook
lyn A A'est End railway, a summer and
suburban line at Brooklyn, N. Y., on
which also the trolley system has been
substituted for steam locomotives. This
is the beginning of a revolution in the
natter of transportation.
Equal attention ie being given the sub
ject of applying elect rloity to tbe de
velopment of western mining properties.
Electrical experiments that promise
much for the prosperity and development
of mining are being made in Nevadacoun-
PRESS COMMENT.
Hew Mexico Agriculture.
The monthly orop report, just issued
from Washington, gives in tabulated form
the averages of various orops in the states
on July 1. In these New Mexico lends in
all that she grows, thanks to climate and
irrigation. The average condition on the
above date for New Mexico was as fol
lows: Winter wheat, 110, equaled by four
other Btates: spring wheat, 130, equaled
by none; all wheat, 129, equaled by none;
barley, 100, equaled by seven; Irish po
tatoes, 100, equaled by forty; sweet po
tatoes, 100, equaled by five; beans, 115,
equaled by none; sorghum, 80, equaled
by thirty-one; clover, 110, equaled by
one; corn, 90, equaled by thirty-six. On
sorghum and corn July and August
drouths will probably drop the averages
for many states, while in New Mexico, ir
rigation and the usual summer rains pre
vailing, the average will not be lowered.
Eddy Argus.
The Spanlsli l.anicunite.
The Globe-Democrat recently said:
The Philadelphia Record has a sensible
article on the negleot of the Spanish lan
guage in Amerioan sohonls and colleges.
Though Spanish is certain to be of in
creasing importance in the commercial
world, it is praotioally ignored in favor
of the dead languages. Our trade with
Spanish Amerioa is growing, and the
posibihties of its growth are immense.
The best language for an American to
study, after his own, is Spanish, uuless
the present indications of commercial de
velopment are at fault.
On this, Consul General Crittenden,
writing from the City of Mexico, says:
"I think the Spanish language should re
ceive marked attenion in our public and
more advanoed sohools. Educated teach
ers should be employed at good salaries
for that purpose. My observation and
experience here teaoh me that there is a
wide difference between a good and a
bad teacher. It is often more difficult to
unlearn bad teaohings than to learn the
primary lessons in the first instance."
The faot is that it is almost impossible
to learn to speak a language correctly
from one who is himself a foreigner in
that langnage. This is wby so many
modern languages, professedly learned at
sohool, have to be learned over again,
whenever the learner has oocasion to use
them. I'i follows, therefore, that the
facilities for the correct and practical ac
quisition of Spanish are greater in New
Mexico than elsewhere in the United
States. Yet, with a blindness diffioult to
comprehend, this language is being total
ly neglected here. Las Vegas Optic.
Job Printing.
For 8tock Brokers, Mines, Banks, In
surance, Companies, Real Estate, Busi
ness etc. Men, Particular attention
given to Descriptive Pamphlets ot Min
.ng Properties. We make a specialty of
LOW PRICES, . .
SHORT NOTICE,
FINE WORK,
FROMPT EXECUTION
Stock Certificates
Bill Headsof every description and
small Jobs promptly executed with care
and dispatch. Estimates given. Work
Ruled to order. We nee the
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THE NEW MEXICAN
ARC THE BEST
CIGARETTE SMOKERS
who care to pay a little more than the cos:
of ordinary trade cigarettes will find ttw
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Made from the highest cost Gold Lcni
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The
of.. . .
MEW
ME
VALLEY
iFFERSnnequaled advantages to the farmer, frnit grower, live stook raiser, dairyman, bee-
boana arM tri fhn hrtm a-baaIt At orAfiPvnllv.
Tha anil rf th Pnnna Vnllnv is of hiuh nvsrnire fertilitv. and under irrigation nrodnoes bonntiful orops of
most of the grasses, grains, vegetables, berries and fruits of the temperate and some of those of the semi
tropioal zone. In suoh fruit as the peach, pear, plum, grape, prnna, apricot, neotarine, cherry, quiooe, etc,
the Valley will dispute for the pre-eminenoe with California; while oompetent authority pronouuoes its
uppf-r portions in particular the finest apple oountry in the world.
Enormous yields of suoh forage orops as alfalfa, sorghum and Egyptian oorn make the feeding of oattle
and sheep and the raising and fattening of hogs a very profitable oconpation.
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. " .... i j
The climate 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 supply or
the l'eoos Valley has no equal in all the arid region for oonstanoy 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 oause these lands to enjoy a constant, and at times rapid, inorease in value.
The recent completion of the Peoos Valley Railway to Roswell will cauBe the more rapid settlement
and development of the upper portions of the Valley, including the rich Feliz seotion. The company has
recently porohnsed many of the older improved farms about Roewell, 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 orops. In the vicinity of Roswell Beveral pieces of land have been divided into five and
ten aores tracts, suitable for orchards and track 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
years at the end of which period they will be handed over to the purchasers. Write for pamphlet fully
deacrihinir the terms and conditions on whioh these several classes of traots are sold.
FOK FULL INFORMATION REGARDING THE PECOS VALLEY WITH COPIES OF ILLUSTRA
TED PUBLICATIONS ADDRESS .
The Pecos Irrigation and Improvement Company
F0 IIUqUMVU luiu lwpivivwuut vviupuuj
Eddy.N. M., or Colorado Springs, Colo.
VI60R of MEN
Easily, Quickly, Permanently Bettered.
Weakness, NerrBne,
IveDUiYy, ana u ui iiu
, or evils irom wir w
I later excesses, the results of
overwork, sicKness, wuh-j.
etc. i ull strengin, uevui
opment and tone given to
levery or;au nun i"
of the body. Simple, nat-
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ERIE MEDICAL 00.. Buffalo, H.V.
PROFESSIONAL OAEDS.
J. B. BRAP1,
entist. Rooms in Rnhn Blook, ovei
Spitz' Jewelry Sture. Office hours, 9 to
12 a. m.; 2 to 6 p. m.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
MAX FROST,
Attorney at Law, Santa B e, New Mexico.
VICTORY & POPE,
Attorneys at law, Santa Fe, N. M. Will
praotice in all the oourts.
GEO. W. KNAEBEL,
Oflioe in Griffin block. Collections and
searching titles 0 speoialty.
EDWARD L. BARTLETT,
Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Mexioo. Offloe,
Catron block.
A. A. Freeman, " Elmoo Baoa
Late Asso. Justice N. M. Sup. Conrt.
FREEMAN & BACA,
Attorneys at Lbw, Sooorro, N. M. Wil
practice in the courts of Sooorro. Lin
ooln, Chaves and Eddy oonnties. Also in
the supreme and U. S. Land oourts at
Santa Fe.
E. A. FISKK,
Attorney and oounBelor at law, P. O. Box
"F," Santa Fe, N. M., practices in su
preme and all district oonrts of New Mex
ico.
T. F. CONWAY,
Attorney and Counselor at Law, Silver
City, New Mexioo. Prompt attention
given to all business intrusted to his oare.
l'r tiue in all the oonrts in the territory
A. B. REN EH AN,
Attorney at Law. Praotioes in all terri
torial courts. Commissioner court ol
olaimB. Collections and title searching.
Oflioe with E.A.Fiske, Spiegelberg blook
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S swers to the question "Where does the Word "Uift" fl rut occur in the Biblef "
g will be awarded, in th. order their answer, ar. received, th. following on. thousand
g special guts:
s
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Is not complete
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FIRST
S 1st Cornet Answer On. year scholnr-
S- ship, Including board at "Th.
Castle," Miss C. G. Mason'.
B School for Girls and Young I.a-
Sdies, Tarrytown-on-Hudson, New
York, Unquestionably the most
B beautiful Eastern school for girls. J665. 00
S 2 On. year scholarship Clara Con-g-
way institute, Mempnis, Tenn.... 200.00
S Scholarship Barnes Shorthand
5 School, Arthur J. Barnes, Prest.,
S St. Louis 160.00
3 4 Life Scholarship Watson'. Busl
3 nes. College (successors to Led- -g
dins Business College), Memphis,
3 Tenn.i W. T. Watson, Prln 160.00
SS 6 One year scholarship Central Fe
SS male College, Archibald A. Jones.
g Prest., Lexington, Mo 116.00
g 6 One year scholarship complete
B business course .(actual business
B . praotice and practical bookkeep
er ing, with banking), Jones' Com
B merctal College, J. O. Bohmer,
S . Prln., St. Louis. 100.00
B T Scholarship Eastman Business
B College, Poughkeepsle, N. Y 100.00
B Complet. course New York Col-
S lege of Business 100.00
B Course of Shorthand and Type
B writing, Jones' Commercial Col-
g lege, St. Louis 100.00
S 10 Scholarship Christian Brothers'
College, Memphis 100.00
B 11 Scholarship K. C. (Mo.) Bus.
jg University 100.00
a 12 Scholarship French or German.. 70.00
B 19 Walter A. Wood Cyclon. Mower.. 66,00
B 14-15 One year scholarship Spring- j
B Held Normal School, Springfield,
8 Mo. ; 60 each 120.00
16 Springfield Farm Wagon 60.00
17 New Horn. Sewing Machln. 60.00
ll-lO Round Trip Colorado Springs
2 via Missouri racino; K4.JU each., ivs.w
700 GIFTS:
20 One year scholarship (literary da-
?artment) Baptist Female College,
.ATlnvtnn. Mo.. Rev. W. A. Wil
son, President...., 10.00 s
Zl nouna trip ucaei 10 uenver via x
Burlington Route 42.00 B
22 Fine Breech-loading Shotgun 60.00
23- 24 Round trip to Cotton States
Exposition, Atlanta, Ga. ; via L.
& N. and N., C. & St. L. Ry.j
237.20 each,... 74.40
25- Oold Filled Hunting Cas. Watch 26.00
26- Oold Filled Hunting Case Watch 26.00
27- China Dinner Set 26.00
28- Steamboat trip 12.00
29- 81 Barnes' home course Instruction
in shorthand; 210 'each... 80.00
82 Pair Fine Opera Glasses 6.00
33-37-Qraphlc Atlas of World; 27.50 ea (7.60
38Solld Gold Ring, 18 karat 6.00
88 Remington 32-Callber Rifle 6.00
40 Solid Gold Ring, 18 karat 6.00
41 Remington 32-Callber Rifle 6.00
42 Five Dollar Gold Piece 1.02
48-07 Subscription to "North Amerl- 83
can Review;" $5 each .' 125.00 B
Bo-aa uxrora 'reacner. bidm; to men le.vw
82-112 Political and Geographical Map
United States (11 colors), 26 each. 160.00
113 Set Rogers' Table Spoons........ 4.(0
114- 123 Set Rogers' Tea Spoon., It as, 80.00
124-138 Gold-filled Thimble, 12 neb... 80.00
139-148 Fin. Umbrella, 62 each 10.00
144-140 Miniature Atlas and QaMtteer
of World. 21-26 each ; J.7
147-171 R G Corset; tl each 86.00
172-322 Fin Engraving; II each 111.00
822-522 Ticket, two day. great St.
Loui. .Fair, 1896. Oot. to 12; 860,-
000 in premium.; 81 each 800.00
S23-S36 Fine Engraving; 81 each...... U4.00
Dollar racaage uiq iron
1
Smoking Tobacco; 81 each 61.00
696-700-One Sliver Dollar woo,
1.00
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Manv answer, will come In lata from Biibanrlhera who rMlda In remote narts of th.
United States, and In order that these may also receive handsome gift w. Will glv to
! the last 800 subscriber, sending correct answer (envelop, to bear postmark not later than
August 81, 1895, and reach Republio office not later than September 10, 1826), th fol.
lowing utuiuBumv anu vaiuauiv gii.
Last Correct Answer On. year
. . . scholarship Baptist Female col
lege, Lexington, Mo., Rev. W. A.
Wilson, President 8200.00
2 Course Memphis Keeley Institute. 201.00
8 Scholarship (same a No. 8 lit 700) 150.00
4 Scholarship (sam. aa No. 4 let 700 150.00
Scholarship (same as No. 8 1st 700) 115.00
6 8cholarshlp (mm. a No. 6 lit 700) 100.00
7 Scholarship (same a No. 11 1st 700) 100.00
8 Scholarship, French or German.. 70.00
5 Scholarship (same aa No. 14 1st 700) 60.00
10 Ticket Colorado Bps, and return. 64.80
11 Ticket to Denver and return 49.00
12 Rniind trln tn Atlanta. RzDOSltlon. 27.20
12-Gold-fllled Hunting Case Watch.. 25.00
14 Steamboat trip.... 12.00
15- 16 Home Course Shorthand, 210 .a 80.00
17 Pair Fin. opera uiaaaea a.w
18-20-Oraphlo Atlas World. 87.60 .,
21 AaIM OnM TUnm. ll.karat
22 Remington 81 -caliber Rifle.
23-27 Sub. North Am. R
82.60
6.00
6.00
86.00
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28- Oold Watch Charm.... .6.00
29- 88-Oxfor3 Teaohar Btbl., 5 each. 60.00
39-68-Geo.-Polltical Map U. B., IS ea. 100.00
69 Set Roger.' Tab!. Spoon.......... 4.60
60-4-S.t Rogers' Tea Spoons, 88 each 16.00
65-One Gold Coin....................... J.60
60-75-Gold-mW Thimble, II ach.... 80.00
78- 78-Fin Umbrella. 88 each.......... 6.00
79- 81-Mlnlatur Atlas World. 11.86 M 1.76
82-94 Fin. Engraving. 81 each 11.00
95-104-R eV G Corset, 81 ush..u .10.00
105-204-Tlck.t St. Louis Fair, 81 .. 100.00
205 264 Fin. Engraving... 80.00
856-!6Pkg. Old Coon Tobacco, 81 a 41.00
296-100 On. Silver Dollar aaoh 6.00,
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UHDEE IREIGATING DITCHES.
old Wilines!
Choice Mountain and Valley Lands neai the Toot M
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on ths s7 fn f t tmmval yoynsits, nm 7 ft out tatorest.
In addition to Um !) ttsrs aM 169,900 mttrn of laud for Bale, con-
siatiug maiatf ot Agricultural, 0mI mkI Timber Lands.
elimate la unsurpassed, aad alblla, (tala tm Imlt T all kinds grow to
perfection and in abuntlaas. -
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' HMf should buy 160
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 coaohes 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. A S. P. and V. P. D. & O. railroads cross this property.
WARRANTY SEEDS OIVEN. For full particulars apply to
THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT CO.
Raton, New Mexico.
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Santa Fe, New Mexioo.
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President
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Boots, Shoes &
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a ' I ,
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