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Tub Cuban liberty contingent is mak ing progress. Lis Vegas should not be in a hurry to make any "entangling alliances'' in the railroad business. Wait yet a liitle while. Las Vegas is all right. The AUinquerque press scatters too much. A condensed artiole briefly out- liiiini; all the attractions of fair week would do more just now to attract the crowds than columns of long drawn ont generalities. Tub Southwest Magazine's irrigation congress and territorial fair edition, is by all odds the handsomest publication ever issued in the southwest. They un derstand the art preservative in that oftk'c. Sknatob Hill proposes to have the New York Democratic convention declare against a third term. Hill is not so much afraid that Cleveland will be nominated as that he will place himself in Hue with Washington by a declaration against third terms in general. Piunce Bismarck accorded the German American veterans who visited hi in n cor dial welcome. The prince at onetime wus not much in favor of Germans becom ing American citizens, but he neatly com promised with the remark that a little love for their old country wwuld not im pair their usefulness in the new. The other day the Associated Press heralded throughout the west the an nouncement that Speaker Crisp had come back from Europe and declared for Whit ney for president. The New Mexican suggested at the time that the speaker had done nothing of the kind. What he said was this: "I know nothing of his strength outside of New York state. Here he is undoubtedly popular." How the Associated Press could torture this into a declaration favoring Whitney surpasseth all understanding. But the corporation ists all stand together. Probably the wish was father to the thought. The eastern press and the big corpora tions that control their utterances are having a regular hog-killing time over the presidential possibilities. And they are killing off the presidential aspirants at such a rate as to make the dark horse a more than ordinary probability. All the columns of stuff now appearing about Whitney, McKinley, Reed, Hill and Olney will come home to roost in the wrong end of the barn before the conventions are held. The trouble with those New York and New England fellows is that they are pretty badly scared up. They are over doing the business now through Bhear fear that the next president may be one whom Wall street can not dominate. A CHANCE FOR IRON MEN. in me past lew months a sucluen re vival in the demand for iron has sprung up and it has temporarily outgrown the capacity of home furnaces. There has been an increase of 100 por cent in the price of iron. There is some talk of im porting British iron to supply the phe uominal demand, and from Springfield, Mo., comes the announcement that the stove works there have been compelled to shut down indefinitely and discharge its 100 employes, "on account of the rise in the price of iron." This is certainly a remarkable state of things, and sets at naught all the learned theories advanced a year ago by the high tariff tribe; but ic is no more remarkable than that scores of great iron deposits in the west Bhonld continue to be untouched. True, it takes large capital and expensive machinery to operate this class of mines, but one would think that such a demand for the product of the mills would spur investors on to seeking new fields for their opera tions. Rather than be dependent solely on the mills at the east and sooth, it would seem that the stove manufacturers and the tin plate workers would them selves establish furnaces in the west. There are soores of districts in the Rooky mountains where the crude material can be found. Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona all have them. In this territory there are notably important iron de posits in Grant and Lincoln counties, and all the surrounding conditions are such that it is believed that furnaces oould be operated at a minimum of cost com pared with those now making million aires of their owners east of the Alio ghanies. The Niw Mexican oaHa attention to those faots in the hopes that some one may take Dp the subject with the com plaining manufacturers at the east and invite them to look critical !r into the subject on the lines above suggested. To Promote Honest Election. A very small box with a very large pad lock has attracted much attention in the Palinilla olnb rooms lately. The order for the look to guard the box against stuffing at the next Dona Ana election purports to be signed by the county com missioners; and a notice "Don't you put your hand in the box" appears entirely unntoessary. Las Cruces Republican. Predictions of Protectionists. Oar new tariff has notruined the woolen goods business; nor has it led to a reduc tion of wages in the woolen mills of the country. Predictions of the protectionists have not been realized; nor will they be. Here is a sample of the answers given by a number of manufacturers of woolen goods to a ciroular letter of inquiry concerning the effect of the Wilson bill on their busi ness and the wages they are paying: We pay the same wages to the same number of workmen as in the vear 1890 that is, in dollars and cents but our workmen can buy 40 per cent more for their earnings than in 1890. So far as we are concerned we find all the protection that we need in free wool. This letter ib from the Uoe River wool en mills, one of the largest establishments for the manufacture of woolen goods in the United States. The truth is that even many Republican manufacturers who were opposed to free wool a year ago are now friendly to it. The new tariff grows in publio favor every day. St. Louis Republic. (rand Juries. While reforms appear to be tho order, why would it not be a good scheme to look after the jury system and begin a reform by wiping ont the next to useless appendage to onr courts known as the grand jury? In a large majority of cases persons charged with criminal offenses are first brought before A magistrate and both sides of each case are heard. If there is any good reason why the aooused, who have been held by the magistrate to appear before the district oonrt, should not be placed upon his trial in this oourt without the intervention of a grand jury, it has not yet been made apparent. A grand jury usually hears but one side of the case, and that is the side of the prosecution, often based on personal spite or instigated to annoy or injure an enemy, when, if both sides were pre sented, little or no grounds for the prose cation would appear, and by a dismissal the costs would be avoided. There might arise conditions which wonld make the work of a grand jury advisable, bnt this should be left to the discretion of the judge and none be summoned except when s'peoiallv ordered. True, nothing conld be done here toward such a reformation until the constitution is changed, but this expensive and useless system should be got rid of. White Oaks Eagle. FFIOE, ) e, N. M., r 11, 18'J5.) Ilesert Land, final Proof. Notice for Publication.- No. S4, United States Land Office, Santa Fe, September Notice is hereby given that C. Leon Al lison, of Santa Fe county, has filed notice of intention to make proof on his desert land claim, No. 34'J, for the s e J4, n w nud lot !1, section 3, tp 16 n, r 9 e, before the register or receiver at Santa Fe, N. M., on Saturday, the 19th day of Ootober, 1895. He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and recla mation of said land: Matthias J. Nagle, Tiburcio Montoya, Jefferson Hill, Diego Gonzales, all of Santa Fe, N. M. James H. Wai.keb, Register. RIO GRANDE & SANTA FE Oenver & Rio Grande Railroads. THE SCENIC LINE OF THE WORLD, Time table No. 36. Effective Sept. 1, 189.1. EAST BOUN No. 476. 8:00am.. 10:53 am.. 12 :3!i am.. 1 :25 p m . . 3:06 p m.. 5:00 p 111.. 6:35 um.. 10:. ) 111 . 1 :au a m . . 2:40a m.. 4:12 a in.. 7 :ir a in . . WEST BOUND MILKS No. 475. Lv. Santa Fe.Ar 6:40 pm 3 :4.i p m ...Ar.Esuanola. Lv ....Ar.limbndo.Lv... 59. ...Ar. Barranca. Lv.. 6ti. .Ar.Tres Pledras.Lv 97. . . . , Ar. Antonito . Lv.. .131 . ... . A r. Alamosa. Lv ..160. Ar.Salida.Lv....216. . . . . A r . Florenoe. Lv .Mil. Ar. Pueblo. I.V...SM. ...,Ar.ColoSpes.Lv.:t87. Ar. Denver. Lv... 468. 2 :25 p ni 1 :25 p in 11:47 a m 9:55 am 8:40 am 4 :45 a 111 1 :49 a m 12: 25 a m 10:50 p m 7:45 pm Connections with main line and branches as follows: At Antonito for Durangn, Silverton and all points in the San Juan country. At Alamosa for Jimtown, Creede, Del Norte, Monte Vista and all points in the San Luis valley. At Salida with main line for all points east and west, including Leadville. At Florence with F. & C. 0. R. R. for the gold oamps of Cripple Creek and Viotor. At Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Den ver with all Missouri river lines for all points east. Through passengers leaving Santa Fe at a a. m. take supper at Alamosa, at which point through sleeper will be re served if desired. For further information address the undersigned. X. J. Helm, General Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. S. E. Hoopeb, G. P. A., Denver, Colo. A LADY'S TOILET Is not complete without an ideal , POtlPLEKIOn U POWDER. y pozzoiirs 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. Insist upon having tfct genuine. SI IE IT 18 m ULt EVERYWHERE. The VALLEY of NE c 1 W' MEXICO I FFERS unequaled advantages to the farmer, fnit grower, live stock raiser, dairyman, bee keeper, and to the home-seeker irenerallv. The soil of the Pecos Valley is of high average fertility, and under irrigation produces bountiful crops of most of the grasses, grains, vegetables, berries and fruits of the temperate and some of those of the semi tropical zone. In such fruit as the peaoh, pear, plum, grape, prune, aprioot, neotarine, oherry, quinoe, etc., the Valley will dispute for the pre-eminence with California; while competent authority pronounces its npper portions in particular the finest apple oountry in the world. Enormous yields of suoh forage crops as alfalfa, sorghum and Egyptian oorn make the feeding of cattle and 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 indusiry in the Peoos Valley, a home market having been afforded for all that can be raised, at a price yielding a handsome profit. 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 of the Pecos 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 which extends through the Valley's en tire length, will cause these lands to enjoy constant, and at times rapid, increase in value. The recent completion of the Pecos Valley Railway to Roswell will cause the more rapid settlement and development of the upper portions of the Valley, inoluding the rioh Feliz seotion. The company has recently purchased1 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, orohards and fields of alfalfa and other crops. In the vioinity of Roswell several pieces of land have been divided into five and ten acres tracts, suitable for orchards and traok farms in connection with suburban homes. Certain of these tracts are being planted to orohards, 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 describing tho terms nnd conditions on which these several classes of traots are sold. FOR FULL INFORMATION REGARDING THE PECOS VALLEY WITH COPIES OF ILLUSTRA TED PUBLICATIONS ADDRESS The Pecos Irrigation and Improvement Company, Eddy, N. M., or Colorado Springs, Colo. Easily, Quickly, Permanently RMtored. Weakness, rTsrvosaneeay Debility, ana au tne tram or evils xrom eariy erruni or later excesses, the results ot overwork, sickne3s, worry, etc. all strengtn, aevoi opment and tone given to iCvery organ uu ijui-liuu of the body. Simple, nat ural methods. Immedi ate improvement seen. Failure impostible. 2,000 references. Book, explanation and proofs mailed (sealed) free. ERIE KEDIOAL 00., Buffalo. H.Y. The Short Line I in II 111 I I Id (7 PE0FESSI0NAL OARDS, J. B. BRADY, Dentist. Rooms in Kahn Blook, over Spitz' Jewelry Store. 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. Will practice in all tho oourts. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, Office in Griffin block. Collections and searching titles a specialty. EDWARD L. BARTLETT, Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Mexioo. Oflioe, Catrou block. A. A. FEKRM4N, ELFKOO BiOA Late Asso. Justice N. M. Sup. Court. FREEMAN & BACA, Attorneys at Law, Socorro, N. M. Wil practice in the oourts of Socorro, Lin coln, Chaves and Eddy counties. Also in the supreme and U. 8. Land oourts at Santa Fe. E. A. FISEE, Attorney and counselor at law, P. O. Box "F," Santa Fe, N. M., praotiees in su preme and all distriot oourts of New Mex T. F. CONWAY, Attorney and Connselor at Law, Silver City, New Mexioo. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to his onre. Pr tioe in all the oourts in the territory A. B. RENEHAN, Attorney at Law. Practices in all terri torial courts. Commissioner oourt of claims. Collections and title searching Oflioe with E. A.Fiske, Spiegelberg blook Santa Fe. mm To all Points North, East. South and West, THROUGH PULLMAN SERVICE. Fine line of equipment, dining and chair cara on all trains between Kansas City and Chicago, -ft.sk agents below for time cards and illustrated matter pertaining to the "Santa Fe Route." COPLAND General Agent, 1 Paso, Tex. H. S. LTJTZ, Agent, Santa Fe, N. pUtahllsks. lWttJ THE NEW MEXICAN I UNO HURT Fa Lands? UNDER IEEIGATINQ DITCHES. old Mines! Choice Mountain and Valley lands near the Foot li.Ils For tho Irrigation of tho Prairie and YaUaya between Raton and Oprlnger One Xunmt miUo of krfo Irrigating Canala hare been built. These lands with ystfaoual natat rights are sold cheap and on the easy tens of Um annual payments, wMh 7 par cent interest In addition to the above there are X0a,aO0 aosoa of land for sale, oon- ekting mainly of Agricultural, Goal and Timber Landa. n climate is unsurpassed, and alfaUa, grain and Irult of all kinds grow to perfection and in abundance. Those wishing to rlew the loada can leavt apeeial rates on the rail roads, and will Eavo a to alio o tho aaaac Um should buy 160 acres or more. The famous Cold Mining Camptt 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. & S. F. and XT. P. D. & G. railroads croes this property. WARRANTY DEEDS GIVEN. 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