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For the yenr ending Jane 30, 1891, the
number of employes fur each employe
killed was 128, as compared with 320 in
the prev ions year. The number of train
men employed for one killed was 156, as
compared with 115 in the previous year.
This is a marked improvement, and is be
lieved to be due to the use of better
safety equipment. ,
The supreme court of the United States
has held in cases cited that the hazardous
character of the basioess of operating a
railroad seems to call for special legisla
tion with respeot to railroad corporations,
having for its object the protection of
their employes as well as the safety of the
publio, and that it is incumbent upon
promoters of works of necessity or utility,
where such occupation is attended with
danger to life, body or limb, to provide
all applianoes readily attainable known
to Bcienoe for the prevention of aooidents,
and thp.t neglect to provide such ap
plianoes will be regarded as proof of cul
TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.
Itemopratie Territorial ventral Com
mittee. OFFICEE8 AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
3. H. Crist, chairman, Rafael Romero,
secretary, W. T. Thornton, treasurer, H. B.
Fergusson, A. B. Fall, F, A. Manzanares
MEMBEBS AT LABOE.
H. B. FergussoD, Albuquerque, Felipe
Chavez, Belen, F. A. Manzanares, Las
Vegas, J. H. Crist, Santa Fe, C. H. Gilder
sleeve, Santa Fe, A. 3. Fall, Las Cruces.
Bernalillo County, (). N. Marron, G.
Chavez County. G. A. Richardson
Colfax County. A. Sever.
Dona Ana County. R. L. Young,
Eddy County. B. A. Nymeyer.
Grant County. W. B. Walton, J.
Guadalupe County. Ramon Dodge.
Lincoln Connty. George Curry.
Mora County, Macnrio Gallegos.
Rio Arriba County. Henry Grant.
Santa Fe County. W. T. Thornton, W.
Sierra County. W. S. Hopewell.
San Miguel County. Pelix Martinez,
Catarino Romero, Dr. Geo. GojfTd.
Sooorro County. . V. Chavez, Euti
San Juan County. Frank E. Prewitt.
Taos County. Jaan Romero, A. Sohen
rich. Valencia Connty. Jose G. Chavez.
Tax prospeots are that a meeting of
the territorial Democratic committee will
be called to meet the last of this month,
probably about the 80th instant.
Does the esteemed Doming Headlight
mean to say that it indorses Delegate
Catron's statehood bill in toto, nppor
' tionment and all? We rather guess not.
Have you notioed, dear reader, the su
periority of the New Mexican's tele
graphio press report of late? The As
sociated Press seems to have at last
plaoed a man on guard in the Rocky
mountain district who knows his busi
ness. The New Mexican's congratula
tions to Mr. T. C. Demond, the A. P's
If Gov. Matthews keeps up his present
gait somebody will be nominating him
for president. The Hoosier statesman's
utteranoes of late indioate that he stands
up straight on the financial question.
The Democracy might go further than
Indiana in search of a presidential candi
date and do a great deal worse.
So avteb all it appears there is no such
thing as "the Schomburgk line." This
man Schomburgk was not a surveyor at
all; he was simply a botanical enthusiast
who wandered over to Venezuela in search
of wild flowers and grouped his discover
ies by making crude maps of the section
visited. Among other objects noted on
these maps was a log oabin or two occu
pied by English adventurers, and when he
reaohed London these oabins were offl
oally designated as "British possessions"
and Sohomburgk was made muoh of by
royalty for the work he had done in "es
tablishing the British boundary line."
No wonder the London Chronicle insists
that Lord Salisbury will have to come
down and arbitrate.
PROTECTION FOR RAILROAD EMPLOYES.
During the year ending Jon 80, 1891,
1,828 railway employes were killed and
33,122 were injured. Compared with the
previous year this shows a decrease .of
901 in the number of employes killed and
8,807 in the number of employes injured.
One reason for this large deoresss in
casualties is the reduotion, to the extent
of 93,891, in the number of employes.
No statistics covering the year ending
June 80, 1895, have as yet been oompiled.
It is known, however, that the equipment
of oars with hand-holds and grab-irons
hat been rapidly going on; that the ma
jority of all cars are now so equipped,
and that a large nomber of ears and loco
motives have alto been fitted with train
brake and automttio couplers during the
year. It it believed, therefore, that the
ratio of accidents for the year ending
Jane 80, 1895, will show a still farther decrease.
Well, Let 'er Drop.
Something may be expeoted to drop
in official ciroles in this part of the terri
tory before lone. It won't be much of a
surprise either. Silver City Eagle.
Neither does the Democrat owe any
thanks to Delegate Catron for the
joDgressions record. As he said when
last in Albuquerque, he has "nothing for
the Democrat." Albuquerque Democrat.
We oan hardly oonolude that any man
oapable of holding the position of dele
gate in congress would demonstrate his
insignificance by a refusal to favor a
leading opposition paper with the little
courtesies common in public matters of
this nature. If the Eagle should be ignored
in such a case it would not be remark
able, because Mr. Catron has probably
never heard of the Eagle; but in the oase
of a leading Democratic daily it is an
other question, and suoh an attitude to
ward the paper would indioate that the
greatness of the high official referred to
is principally in the region of the waist
band rather than in his mental caliber.
We can but hope, for the sake of New
Mexico, that our delegate in congress is
large enough to hold himself above petty ,
political or personal spite. Now that he
occupies the position he does, by the
votes of a large majority of the people
of this territory, he ought to become the
representative of all her oitizens without
reference to their politioal views. If he
does not beoome such a representative he
is nnworthy of the high office he holds.
White Oaks Eagle.
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kAAnp. and to the home-Rfieker irenerallv.
The soil of the Pesos Valley is of high average fertility, and under irrigation produoes bonntifnl crops of
most of the grasses, grains, vegetables, berries and frnits of the temperate and come of those of the semi
tropical sons. In sooh fruit as the peach, pear, plum, grape, proud, aprioot.neotarine.oherry, quinoe, etc,
the Valley will dispute for the pre-eminence with California; while oompetent authority pronounces its
upper portions in particular the finest apple country in the world.
Enormous yields of such forage orops as alfalfa, sorghum aud Egyptian eora make the feeding of eattle
and sheep and the raising and fattening of hogs a very profitable occupation.
The cultivation of canaigre a tanning material of great value it becoming aa Important industry in
the Peoos Valley, a borne market having been afforded for all that oan be raised, at a price yielding a
The climate of the Peoot Valley hat no taperior ia the United Statet, being pre-eminently healthful and
Lands with perpetual water-rights are for tale at low prioet and on easy terms. The water supply of
the Pecos Valley has no equal in all the arid region for eonetanoy and reliability; and this with the superb
climate, productive toil and the facilities afforded by the railway whioh extends through the Valley's en
tire length, will cause these lands to enjoy a constant, aud at times rapid, increase in value.
The reoent completion of the Peoos Valley Railway to Roswell will oanse the more rapid settlement
and development of the npper portions of the Valley, inoluding the rioh Feliz section. The company has
recently purohased 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, orohards and fields of
alfalfa and other orops. In the vioiuity of Roswell several pieces of land have been divided into five and
ten acres tracts, suitable for orohards and truck farms in eonneotion 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 whioh period they will be handed over to the purchasers. Write for pamphlet folly
describing, the terms and conditions on whioh these eeveral classes of traots are told. ,
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