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Y NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO. C Entered as Second Class matter at the a 5e Post Office. RATES Of SUBSCRIPTIONS. Daily, per week, by carrier f 25 Dally, per month, ty carrier 1 00 Daily, per month, by mail 1 00 Daily, three months, by mail 2 50 Daily, six months, by mail , 5 00 Daily, one year, hy mall 10 00 Weekly, por month 25 Weekly, per quarter 75 Nebriy, per six months 1 00 Weekly, per ,-ear 2 00 All contracts and bills for advertising pay We monthly. ill communication intended for publica tion must be accompanied by the writer's owne and address not for publication but evidence of good faith, and should be ad dressed to The Editor. Letters pertaining to business should be addressed Nsw Mexican Printing Co., Santa Fe, New Mexico. naT-The New Mexican is the oldest news paper in New Mexico. It is sent to every Port Office Ir. the Territory and has a large tad growing circulation among the intelli gent and progressive people of the southwest. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 13. The New MpuciN prints the news. Not the news of yesterday, but the news of to-day. In all sincerity the Albuquerque Citi zen is assured that it has never been mis represented in the columns of the Nkw Mexican. Probably it is the truth that hurts the Citizen. Mr. W. R. Heabst has converted the sprightly New York Morning Journnl in to a fao simile of that other superb news paper of his, the San Francisco Examiner. Mr. Hearst is a bold and vigorous edi torial writer and has the assistance of an able staff. The Morning Journal will be satisfied vith nothing short of the top of the journalistic ladder under its new management. It is a significant fact that Vim. Lam oreaux, the Boston "bean king," should have committed suicide on the day that the U. S, supreme court handed down its formal opinion declaring beans to be "a vegetable." It is possible that Mr. Lam oreaux, being a Bostonian to the manor born, held beans to be "a fruit," and that the high court's decision so lacerated his feelings that he went off and did the self destruction act. We are impatiently awaiting later advices from Boston giv ing the details of this sad affair. The marriage of ex-Secretary Whit ney's accomplished' daughter to a son of the late Lord Paget, in New York yester day, was in all respects a most dazzling affair, but it was attended by no scenes unworthy of Americans euoh as character ized the recent Marlborough-Vandorbilt nuptials. It was dignified in all respects, and, although having such international features as an English groom and her majesty's ambassador as well as the president of the United States for wit nesses, it was strictly American and the happy couple will make the beautiful American city of St. Paul, Minn,, their future home. May blessings,groaterthan money will buy, attend them. CEN. MILES' REPORT. Gen. Miles' report on army affairs is characteristic of the man. It is full of push and vigor, away nfrout of the beat en path of old fogyism, and in all re speots abreast of the times, practical and abounding in common sense suggestions for improvement of the service. A ma jority, if not all, of Gen. Miles' recom mendations will meet with popular ap proval. He wants the regiments kept to gether, as far as possible, not scattered all over the land as now. His suggestion of annual field maneuvers on the plains about Fort Riley, Kas., is admirable, but not more so than his reoommendation looking to the improvement of the per sonnel of the army. Why should not the best youth of the country engage in mili tary service, for a time, at least? Gen. Miles provides a plan. He thinks that a soldier, who has served honorably three years and wishes to leave the service, should be commissioned second lieuten ant and discharged. This is business. It is good Bense that, if carried into effect, would plaoe the O. S. army far ahead of what it is at present. Another idea in the report is worth noting, the army should be somewhat inoreased, not a great deal; and, while it is economical and de sirable to have reserve forces of the army near great centers of communication, Gen, Miles urgently contends that these points should be seleoted for strategio value, and a tendency toward concentra tion should not be carried to the point of depriving western settlements of proper protection. THE PRESIDENTIAL BEE. The Republican aspirant for presi dential honors are "lining op" now that they construe the reoent eleotioos as favorable to success at the polls next year. The prospects are for a hot oon test in the national convention. Gen. Harrison, who is pretty cunning, made haste to deolare for the gold standard immediately following the publication of the eleotion returna last week. MoKinley let the boys know that he was still on deck by giving out a hint that he would like Governor-elect Bradley as a running mate, and on yesterday the Allison boom hit the trail hard at Chicago with Gen. MoAlpine as fanning mate. MoAlpine is president of the national association of ' Republican leagues. His Influence it was that prevented the free eoinage Repub licans from the west and south receiving any sort of recognition In the National Republican league convention at Cleve land last summer, and it was also MoAl pine who worked the late Republican leg islative assembly in New York to grant him and his associates a water works monopoly covering New York and vicini ty for all tim6. But records will be dealt with later on. Then there is Czar Reed, who leads the van up to date, with Piatt and Quay driv ing his band wagon, and the new vigor with which the followers of each of the big four are buckling down to their bnreau work indicates the liveliest sort of a time when the Republicans meet in convention next June. They are proceeding now on the theory that a nomination next year is almost equivalent to eleotion. This will make the nominating convention the battle ground. But our friends the enemy should not be over-sanguine. While things Demo- oratio do not wear a specially roseate hue at this time, the coming year is likely to work many changes. The questions of industrial aotivity, of government rev enues and finance must, in the very ex igencies of the case, be gotten pretty well out of the way by the approaching con gress. AH the political spatring for cam paign effect will be indulged in of course, but a Republican congress will have to assume its share of the blunders if there be any. As for the silver Democrats of the south and west they will continue to organ ize, and will go to the convention prepared to support the oandidate best represent ing their views. If it should be Steven son, or even "Horizontal Bill" Morrison, they will stand by him, and they will go further and accept, if necessary and if they are fairly defeated in first choioe, even W. C. Whitney, who talks about "the needs of a more extended use of silver as money." But Stevenson would be their first ohoice, a western man and sound on all questions now uppermost in the hearts of true Democrats, and with such a man for their standard-bearer, and the bitter aftermath growing out of the hot per sonal struggle the Republicans are sure to be involved in at their convention, the ohances for Democraoy will be such as to deceive those who are now gaily discus sing the coming oampaign as a walkover. PRESS COMMENT. Politics in IHtMt. That one of the old parties will elect its candidate for president in 1896 may be conceded, and the suooess of the Dem ocratic oause will depend entirely on the attitude of that party toward the ques tion of the free coinage of silver. The Republican party, by a record of nearly thirty years, is pledged to the con traction polioy of the banker and money lender, and may be counted on to stand for gold monometallism, both in its platform and the character of its nomi nee. By the pressure of a strong public sentiment both parties will be required to meet the question of silver ooinage squarely and no half way position will be satisfactory, nor will any doubtful atti tude be tolerated. Each must meet the issue boldly and without equivocation both as to platform and the record of .its nominee. The reoord of the Democratic party, as shown by its accredited representatives for a quarter of a century and up to the last congress, has been favorable to the oause of the coinage of silver at the ratio prior to the aot of 1873. If the conven tion of 1896 will plaoe the party squarely back upon its record, it oan eleot the can didate nominated and restore the party to the control of the legislative branch of the government. If it faila to do this, it will insure the election of a Republi can president and dispel every hope or expectation of future suooess of Dem ocracy. White Oaks Eagle. trust him You want Scott's Emu!' sion. If you ask your drug- gist for it and get it you can trust that man. But if he offers you "something: just as good," he will do the same when your doctor writes a prescription for which he wants to get a special effect play the game of life and death for the sake of a penny or two more profit. You can't trust that man. Get what you- ask for, and pay for, whether it is Scott's Emul sion or anything else. Scott & Bowm, Chtmists, New York, 50c. and $1.00 VLAT-OPENINO BLANK BOOKS Being satisfied that if you have once used a flat-opening book, you will al ways use them, and in order to get ?ou to try one the New Mexican rinting Co. of Santa re, will sell you bound in full leather, with patent FLAT-OPENING STUBS, with your name and the number, or letter, of the book on the baok in gilt letters, at the following low prices: S Or. (400 paeo) Caah Book . (4HO (1MHI Journal - Ledger 6.00 7.50 They are made with pages 10x16 inches, of a good ledger paper with round cornered covers. The books are made in our bindery and, we guar antee every one of them. New Fast California Train. On October 29 the Santa Fe Route will inaugurate new and striotly limited first class service to Southern. California. The California Limited will I sate Chioago at 6,00 p. m. daily, reaching Los Angeles in three days and Ban Franoiaoo in three and one-half days, a saving of half a day. Time from this station correspondingly reduoed. Equipment will oonsist of superb new vestibuled Pullman palaoe and compart ment sleepers, chair car aud dining oar, through to Los Angeles without change. This will be the fastest and most lux urious service via any line to California. Another daily train will oary through palace sleeper and tourist sleeper to San Franotsco and tourist sleeper to Los Angeles, as at present. For foil particulars inquire of local agent Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R. R. m PESOS VALLEY of . . . MEW MEM IFFERS unequaled advantages to the farmer, frait grower, live steek raiser, dairyman, nee- kflAnar. and fcn fh hnmA-BAAlrAr ffAnftrftlTv. Th 11 nil n f the Penm Vallev is of hiorh RTorncra fertilitv. and under irrigation produoes bountiful 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,neotarine,oherry, quinoe, etc, the Valley will dispute for the pre-eminence with California! while competent authority pronounoes its upper portions in particular the finest apple eonntry in the world. Enormous yields of suoh forage orops as alfalfa, sorghum and Egyptian eorn snake the feeding of oattle and sheep and the raising and fattening of hogs a very profitable oocupatlon. 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 oan be raised, at a prioe yielding a handsome profit. - . , The climate of the Peeos Valley has ne saperior la the United States, being-pre-eminently healthful and health restoring. 7. v , Lands with perpetual water-rights are for sale at low prioe aad on easy terms. The water supply ol ' the Peoos Valley has no equal in all the arid region for constanoy and reliability; and this with the superb ' olitnate, 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, aud at times rapid, inorease in value. , The reoent completion of the Peoos Valley Railway to Roswell will cause the more rapid settlement and development of the upper portions of the Valley, including the rich Fells seotion. The oompany has recently purohaBed 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 bonses, orohards and fields of alfalfa and other orops. In the vicinity of Roswell several pieces of land have been divided into five and ten acres tracts, suitable for orohards and truck farms in connection with suburban homes. Certain of these traots are being planted to orohards, and will be cultivated and eared for by the oompany for three years at the end of which period they will be handed over to the purchasers. Write for pamphlet fully describing the terms and conditions on whioh these several classes of traots are sold. FOR FULL INFORMATION REGARDING THE PEOOS VALLETf WITH COPIES OF ILLUSTRA TED PUBLICATIONS ADDRESS - .. The Pecos Irrigation and Improvement Company, Eddy.N. M, or Colorado Springs, Colo. m VMM HH Easily, QuIokJy, Permanently Restored. Weakness, Kerrewsnens- Deblllty, and all the trals or evils 110m uiy errors 01 WWr UUDBOn. win oa iu vo w. overwork, sickness, worry, etc. r ail strengin, devel opment ana tone given 10 every organ ana portion of the body. Simple, nat ural methods. Immedi ate improvement soen. Failure Impossible. 2,000 references. Book, explanation and proof mailed (sealed) free. ERIE MEDIOAL 00., Bufftlt, N.Y. I fVBA X3e3tlL. ,1 1 PSOFESSIONAL 0ABDS. J. B. BRADI, Dentist. Rooms in Eahn Block, over Spitz' Jewelry Store. Office hours, 9 to 12 a. m.j 2 to 5 p. m. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Santa Fe, New Mexico. Designated Depositary of the United States R. J. Palen - - President J. H. Vaughn - Cashier F. M. RHOMBERG, Engraver. Steel and copper plates. Wed ding invitations, oalling and business cards. Monograms and crests a speoialty. See samples. With Spitz, the jeweler. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. MAX FROST, Attorney at Law, Santa Fe, New Mexioo. VICTORY & POPE, Attorneys at law, Santa Fe, N. M. Will practioe in all tne oourts. GEO. W. ENAEBEL, Offloe in Griffin blook. Collections and searching titles a speoialty. EDWARD L. BARTLETT, Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Mexioo. Offloe, Catron block. A. A. Fbkeuan, ElwooBaoa Late Asso. Justice N. M. Sup. Court. FREEMAN A BACA, Attorneys at Law, Soeorro, N. M. Wil practice in the courts of Sooorro. Lin coln, Chaves and Eddy oounties. Also in the supreme and U. S. Land courts at Santa Fe. . E. A. FISKE, Attorney and oounselor at law, P. O. Box "F," Santa Fe, N. M., praotiees in su preme and all distriot oourts of New Mex ioo. T. F. CONWAY, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Silver City, New Mexioo. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to hie oare. Pr tioe in all the oourts in the territory A. B. RENEHAN, Attorney at Law. Praotioes in all terri torial courts. Commissioner oourt of claim b. Collections and title searching. 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Choice Mountsia and Unity Lands near the Foot Ills For the Irrigation at the VraMes aad TaUeye between Raton and OprlngorOnt Hundred Biles at tetfo kHjratlng Canals hare been buUi These Uada wMk yesysaual weat ftghta are sold cheap aad on the easy tense at tan annual f af sasatta, wMh 7 per oan interest In addition to tke above there are l,AOO,OM nana of land for sale, con sisting mainly of Agrkmltural. CsmH avi Timber Lands, The olimaU is unsurpassed, aad alfalfa, stain and smit of all kinds grow to erfection and in abundant. TUoae wismnt at wiew man worn ana nwsjsn sjpewiat ram vn ws rau tner ' they shooM buy ICS ig to tiow wo isnMH ana ss roads, and will hato a istats also on she t aorta or atore. The famous Cold Mining Camps near Elizabethtown and Baldy art thrown open to prospectors on more favorable terms than lecatione on Government land. Miaing 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. de O. railroads cross this property. WARRANTY DEEDS GIVEN. For full particulars apply to . THE MAXWELL LAND GRANT CO. .Raton, New Mexico. Henry Hinges. f Make Direct Connections With 15. &c K. Gk TEAI1TB Frank Stites. QQ Miles Shortest Stas-e Line to Camps ANTONITO AND LA BELLE -:0verland Stage and Express Company:- U. O. JZLUll. ITO, CONNECTING WITH TRI-WEEKLY STAGE AND MAIL AT COSTILLA. Best ofUServlee-tlutek Tine. Arrive at La Belle Dally 7 p. m W Just the Route for fishing- and prospeotlnff parties. WHOLESALE DEALBB IS mm il riii Office and Warehouse Lower 'Frisco St. Oanta Fe, new Mexico, OTTf'RIF.D SOHOBKH, PrfXldent. THE SANTAF E BREWING CO, BBBWIIS UKO BOTTLSBS OI Santa Fe Lager Beer. MANonoTOBtas or SODA MINEP4L & CiRBOIliUD lATERS. 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