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   Weekly New Mexican Review And Live Stock Journal (Newspaper) - March 26, 1885, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                rHE WEEKLY NEW MEXICAN REVIEW TWENTYHEWN I V EA HEW MEXIOAS REVIEW NKW MEXICO ADVANUIKO The deitrcu of prosperity enjoyil ly country can only be deturtnlnnl by king ft survey of the whole totlnng should o over cat iniatrii or but the enact ti ulli ami more ihuiild Im diticoursml iiml productions of New Mexico aro the invreiise in miniiiK mid uuruiil impetus hits liecn given to it ami stock mlslng hits en mid is growing Tin pwns generally are increasing in popu lation and thriving from tlio remits of healthy liegi lining at which li the tlrst crossing Uie border from the north find a place of It lias it fiillceut building designed for an The people as a rule have I and the business build are substantial and be mercbaula are doing well and the Is destined to grow from tlm ironagf of a large and thrifty pnpu ion in Us which is the capital of Col i lias became a place of con There is a good jail ami urt house and quite a number of ei It is destined to uw from tbe support of a good con jWatrous is building up rapid IT uud nts marked signs of s rich Mora valley contributes to its uslness and will insure to it a healthy powth fur many years to the county seat of Mora coun ia situated higher up in the Mora and twenty miles distant from be Tbe tallsy in its vicinity i very and tbe only draw ck is the want of railroad a Vegas is admirably Its nundiugs and the intelligence and Hiterprise of tbe people will secure to La splendid When the rail wan in process of conilruution and a little afterward there was al IMS Legasagood deal of and ubsequently tbe town suffered from but the people soon adapt I themselves to the changed condi and cousequently suffered no seri Tbe City of tbe Meadows i ft derinMe plftce fer reaideuce or It ftt least holds its own as i and there Is considerahle illb aaaoag Us capital of the county of that Is notwithstanding remoteness from The Taos are among the most irly of the tenltory and are kindly I Tbe valley in which town is situated ia large aud pro It is tbe principal granary of few The scenery is attrsct if tbe iron horse ran there i frem every part of the country aid uraly visit especially In tbe beautiful at Urge euter of the business freedom winds and and glorious llmftUofSftoUFe will Attract to it ourifltft from all of tbe and it for all time to ceme deairatle i fer iwioenoe or There i BO no men puffing of its ad BO pretentious and conse quential ain IB Baste place i ajki 1U certain BBOB tbe raftl and not the Tfco elty baa always leen far good order and In abort everything in Santa Fe rests InpoB ft rock and not upon the shifting nalUlo a happy old river tbe people live upon their in which abundantly rewarded tbe fertile soil of tbe contiguous It probably tbe largest r of one private of any i In tho territory in proportion to The Inhabitants rly all aud are among l of tbat courteous and high la favorably situ Atlantic and tkt railroads Iko town la aud I tko outMt manufactured It ft Eipecta not boon I kato bwo Itf Mtod la real estate which and itlftMftt will roaialn uu TtokBftw IB In i aBd ooBMqMoUy ra by roactlon ara more r folt tkfta Tboro I that poBMlftUott docroaaed poUodlnlH84 many wore to Wkotkor baa tOBftUly wo do not of kftri and IwsBBfNBl ftOBWny a of niinnlrialili and IMsscSHcs a riiHiiicil native pnpnlii TinItin valley tumid anil anil thi iir will fiimi thin ami tin uf tlir i noliil lli Pticrny of its Thf fur many ruilrs iilmvi1 and Idlow llic city in lirnail ind foi is ilvstincil to highly at no diHtant rin advantages fur stock raixinf in the adjacent country far and near aiu mmupaNscil unywheru in the lerri The mints in Socorro county aie iniinciiMly The in mild and Flints can bo prolit wlily cultivated everywhere in the valley in Hit Socorro is des tined to upeedlly become a large and rich INI ii Alarcial hag made great progress in the last two mid bids fair to become a place uf considerable iui as capital of the county of Dona is tbe principal town in the southeastern part of the It ia situated in the largest and richest part of the Ilio Crande It is in the midst of great fruit region of New and in its vicinity u auieunt uud other grain MS The Organ mountains are but fifteen miles distant and contain con siderable There are numer ous fine stock ranchei iu the neighbor Cruces bos a Hue court and many wealthy men are num bered among its Me silla is in nightof and the two towns are practically one in busi ness and Deruiug is located where the ii and Soutnrrn 1aciDc railroads It is u new having existed but about four U is surrounded by a line ranch aud numerous milling camps contribute to iU I Ilejity of excellent water is obtained hj digging a few For a time the toivii suffered from the con gregation of numerous despvradovs but they have been expelled through tlm determined and efficient action of the The lunrclmnts of Deiuing are enterprising and have already secured a large There are a considerable number of good pri residences and business Deming will always be a place of BO inconsiderable Silver tbe suat of justice of irant is connected by a branch with tbe Southern 1acillc and tbe At Topelsa Santa Fe railroads at Cirant county has not been settled many and consequently development has not been so great as in the older parts of the Tbe county has extensive ranges for anil they are being taken up Not very distant from Silver City is a large amount of valuable and there are rich mines iu nearly every The people are exceedingly enterprising and as a whole the town has the best buildings in New The city has a good municipal govern ment and the people are especially noted for tbeir interest iu schools and chari It is a towi alive to business and There are other small towns that are nourishing and are desirable places for residence and and have sub stantial surroundings that will support them in This brief description of tbe principal towns showing the evidences of ad vancement proves that New Mexico has entered on tbe high road of Tbe people are generally alive to tbe of and the territory exceptionally free from Crimea and Crovldence may Inflict bad seasons upon us and give us a alight growth of grass and poor which will check our but nothing else can slacken the speed with which we are TUB Illinois legislature isstlll wrest ling with tbe of who akaU sue ceed Ixifau In tbe United States kvt BO nearer solution of Hie probtoai Uan wbou UM first joint ballot was Tbe fact that the Morriaos eUmeat of tke democrats is being systematically by tbe administration will probably have an important bearing ou tbe chances of the democratic caucus aa In the prevailing democratic mind no man is Dt for senator wbo Is net all potent In the matter of distributing The situation at present la about this Joe republican member of tbe bouae It another it reported very lick and still another baa beea to go to look after family quarrel In whicl one of bla brotbers kaa jiut killed an OBO democratic member Is sick and two or three others lefute to sup port tut caucus whlla two re publlcftM refuse to support Logau The probabilities are tbat no eUjcUou out toko place and tbat tbe place wtl have to be Ailed by Ibc governors ap pointment after the legislature ad In this oaae Logan will of be chosea ABMOUB of have aa order of out of beef tk BriUah it will toko 70 000 of CBttlo to 111 tkla order Mow Mftilw MB furalak UMM at UH TO rt Si March 1 Iti Ilifl vicinity of new giani and tlowrrs made their appeai Ihrnce onwanl till weapptoivh San AnliMiothe country is 1 he KHk Miiatnni is near the xuifare nnd consequently the soil is thin and non Water is exceedingly scarce and the railroad company com pelled to haul it in some instances a distance of wily The company is sinking ailesian in two and one of them is already down hut water not been Ttie itratilicalion in hoiixotital and it would seem that water could lie found at some The railroad crosses the Iecos ut Thewoikin cutting through rocky banks must have been The Pecos country way down here is not equal to that which in New Mexico for stock or for anything Saii Antonio is upward of tion miles from The country is timber less the whole and resembles the prairies of Illinois and Iowa except that in msny places it is covered with Tie roil for many mil about and very It is not a rain and therefore must to make it The city Is located on u river of the name wliich alTonls n considerable supply of but not enough of the extent of country undur Hence I presume there are other sources fioiii which crops are Tbe lands are already plowed and planted ijuile Wheat is headed and the garden vegetables are well advanced In There sevius to be but Irobably the northern to which the country is subject are destructive to the The soil carries a large amouut of vegetable which would indicate i imiUrioiii hut that it is quite free from fevers be acconled to the fact that it is a dry San Antonio has a population of It is way out on the and until recently communication with it has been on by the most expensive aud tedious What has reared it uii what now sustains it For many miles iu every direolion it has or years been a stock liut few people are necessary to that busi aud bey contribute comparative ly little toward building up Sail Antonio has a few trivial Its growth in the past and its present prosperity result from To make towns and business there must be people who and if they produce they can buy something to Agriculture and manufac turing require laborers in large num Those eniaged iu stock raising re thougli they necessarily occu y large ranges of Slock rais ig should by no mtans be ut should be Kvery peo should cultivate every ucli of ground where it is practicable nd according lo its Vhen this is done and tlmlr industries comprise the making of things which are necessaries prosperity nd growth are rruceoding eastward from San Aoto lo there are evidences of increased ef ort on the part of chsparal to btroine uud such effort is more saccrss Fifty miles away ami there is iiuber enough for fences and and wrbaps lo conlilbnte something to ward In that distance the ram belt the couu ry pi duces cotton and anil upon elds where it is impracticable if not to The cattle do lot look as well as In the mountain ius region It Is probably too hot ere Iu the summer for The sun today is twice hot as he railroad ruus far down toward the ulf of The tiulmi all stop at 8an Autouio or but had better take a lunch The service Is in different and food worse In quatitl y aud Those whe believe that poorly cooked and scant mantlty of food contributes to health and alronglu In body awl mind should at the eating house hi Son The country grows more productive i we proceed eastward aud the area uf cultivation In aeveutynve we get Into the land of able Tbe live abundant all along tbe gulf has mads its ap Little towns are numerous ind have the apiiearance of Their frequency and sixe accord with tbe extent of agricultural No slate In the nation has grown more rapidly tbau Texas since the In twenty yean her population baa nearly quadrupled aud her wealth baa grown still Tbe strike of railroad employee did HANTA NKW MARCH THE NEWS NUMBER 5 I ill In ness Ixitneen Angeles ami San and the distance Iliti two than half the length of entire linr frntn San Fianrisrii to T hunter after official pap is dis lie in It a miRlity cold day for him thnne TUB Silver Enterprise and the Sentinel me warmly sup porting late chief AHI March Ihilrh trugriipli tin ilrpart input thill aliinil itxi Oklahoma iis sue tniiRiKjjntcd at i on tlifiuiiiUiein border uf tlm willi the inliiitinii nf moving into terri UP xiiila In intenppt March riienil iarland today issued an uvderiednciiig TrtMt Maich At serrotarv Ialllc A I disc f who lias ITCII i tour in Texas in the in terest of that reports existence ol a great diveisity ol opinion regarding losss wlucli lieeu liy men in Texan during the variously placed fiom I n lo IHT lit own Mtimate isfiom to Tlifi was the most severe that was ever known HiTeiasaml thcilnfl ing of the cattle was very t ii STAAB and Dealers it I W11 estimated that fullv tlie X lor the force of examiners in Hie the surveyor generalship of this terri IT is understood sheriff Martinez is not a candidate of his own volition lie is his friends They have as perfect a right to push him forwaid as friends have to boom The attacks on Martinez hr the outside press aro illadviaed and TIIK senate of the Inited States has given President of the repub lic of to understand that the republics of Costa Hiea and San Salvador must be left undis else tbe great American will take a hand and swoop dowa upon Harriets and his one horse The great American Eagle ia a had one when fully and 1resident Har rious had best not fool areund him too Clevelands recent ap to tbe offices of first comp troller of the first assistant pontinanter general and commissioner of patents can net be considered as having been made for political Miltoif Durham of Mal colm Hay of Pennsylvania and Martin Van Itureu of Michigan were ap pointed lo the olBcei They are all of ability aud gentlemen of good not Mtond to Sunset but connaed to tbe Gould In reason for UiscrlntnaUoa b not great rtoutbora MtCftttd cotnparativoly t rom strlUo at Tbo ewntt of iuch tauiuBity Major Mewellans many Santa Fe friends will glad to read the fol low ing from Las riices Itepuhlican A new legal light was added to the fraternity of tbe third judicial district by the admission of Llewellyn lo practice before the He passed a hiiiulv creditable His intention is to make Las Cruces bis future and we bespeak for him a successful career aa an of is said to be an applicant for the judge ship of the second Of all the names his Is the lie is a young man of flue good legal ability aud some considerable ex A democrat must bave the we does not desire tbe If a New Mexico democrat is to have the posi Stone is the most and he would be very acceptable to the people of the TIIK New Mexico Stock Grower the following concerning Hills recent Uasco in the senate Every once In a while some great reformer comes to the front and howls about land frauds which it is claimed have been committed in tbe This time it is Senator of and his special object is to the frauds in New This play on the part of the government should A number of special agents from time to visited this territory reports aud have been made aud in nearly every case the result been nothing fraudulent could be These special agents seem to be twiit out only to prosecute certain parties in order that can be sustained against through whose lo ll ueuee the land officers of terri tory secured tbeir Th New Henry Newman of Missouri has appointed special ageat of the labor Newftiau was for merly chief ef the Missouri bureau of labor aud is regaided aa being peculiarly well Oiled for tbe duties of his new iu which be will bo required Ui wake a thorough investiga tion of tbe condition of tbe tailoring classes Iu the states of the Lpper Mis sissippi Martin Van Uureu who was uominatod for commissioner of a lawyer of good standing and large practice at The president know of bis qualifica and this meriting he requested a friend lo telegraph him and ask if Ite would serve tbe administration aa patent This was ike first suggestion that had of the mat Ilia answer was 1 am a candi date fur no but my are I he ooiuutaud ut Preetdenl Cleve Ills name was immediately I rant milled to the Montgomery was the attorney wbo was selected by the bomeeloadera la Michigan to repre sent them before the congressional commissioners In tbe Michigan land grab and bU argument haa created a very favorable opinion of his Muloolm wbo nominated Orst assistant postajaner is a proBlBeot lawyer of lUwas ft member of tko UetooastUulioaa COUT vnitloB IB and for nuaber of ko kaj boon proeslueut ly identified witb democratic party of Ho waa not ft caadidato ruent of justice to Postmaster General Vilas today called for the resignations of Ji numlnr of Taylor has been appointed post master of Judge the newly Appointed first comptroller of the will take charge of his ofllcc earlv next He requested Judge Lawrence to until his arrival and that gentleman consented to do Haiti more democrats have Illrd a strong petition in favor of recently made appointment cleru of the treasury Ills signed by the mayor and all the municipal olllccrs and many business A private dispatch today says Grant has insomania and it is sleeplessness pure and for he suffers little nrsl assistant postmaster designated of the appointment to act during his The president today received a tele gram from dated at llnr saying The democ racy of Vermont sincerely thank you for the nomination of 1 It is an appointment worthy of The secretary of state is iudorard by the United States minister at Stockholm that tbe Swedish diet has voted to admit all flour and meat into ports of Sweden duty It is said at the white house the Pres ident will take uo action in regard to tbe iwstrnasterebip of New York fer some the new conimis siontr of today took the oath of He will leave tomorrow for his hoice in Michigan for the purpose of arranging his private business inter which were left unsettled 011 his departure for Washington hi answer lo tie The Weil and Abru treaty was not disposed A majority of the senate me understood to be iu favor uf nititt casion but friends of the claimnant are trying to talk the treaty to death and prevent a reopening of the fraud Out March Judge Ores ham in the United States circuit court this moriing granted a writ of error in caseotMaclin and iallagrr convicted of election They were admit ted to bail in the sum of each and from The time for sending the two men to the peniten tiary expired at noon and if tbe writ had not been granted they would have been taken to In reviewing the cause Judge Gres ham said after examining the records of the district court he considered tbe raised grave to warrant him to grant the writ of which would also operate as a stay of This was not to IM taken that he would over rule the of the district courf ou the Una hearing in granting of pro he would feel it necessary to increase the bail of the defendants lo Mike the qualified as chief Irifted Hoiithward me now in ihr vicinity of Devils run and in the Iecos river Komidup parties hare already started for that owing to tbe poor condition of it will require much time and careful driving to bring them The closing of the old trail north will compel the owners to throw much nf their surplus stock on the markets this which will no doubt depress the prices of There is no question that the Texas am and the ranchmen will be obliged to get rid of large of two yeuroldf and even lo relieve tlie and this will have to mainly go on the Wyoming and the northwest will re csivecattlfl wliich come there by but not aud tbe closing of Texas trail will close this outlet fer Texas Last year at this time over worth of contracts were held by the Texas but Ibis vear a Atwater thinks tbat the day of free graxibg in is about over and in the near future the stock raisers will bave lo paslurn their herds on their own mini cultivate ground enough or fodder lo carry Ibeir cattle through he Atwatcr attended all lie meetings of the cattle associations hat were held while be was in the Utoand lie was itiunrcd that the next national convention will Iw very largely v One good result which is already noticed aa growing out of tbe conven iou of last year that the chief of the bureau of is gathering stalls ics in regard to ami the range men generally seemed to lie ul of better and they were on the iii vive for everttiing in ittnnrcliou vilh their Every Description WTIISTES AND Cigars and We keep the wrgeat and beat selected stock in the Territory EVERYTHING CHEAPKR than tbe some can be dellvernl by any nuuiite NKW March In the case against KxPresident of the Marine the prosecution closed yesterday and the defense opened this morning and moved for dismissal on the ground tbat the charges against F i had not been I n the opl niou of the consul It had uotbeen necessary to put a tingle witness upon the stand iu defense of the acts of his He said the defendant was not gulltv of any of tbe counU In tbe what the president of a bank may do within the scoptt his administration may lie but it did not cocne under limitations argued also that there must lm a wilful misappropriation of funds of the institution to make the action District Attorney ItooloppOMd the motion lo dismiss aud the court denied tbe Counsel for defence continued OB pftrta of It tko lootl PftUoBftge ButsMTkBf out OatjdBf iitrvy for tko uoalUoB to wbkb ko BOBlBBtoi ftftd WM bMtamd twit by Tko imlliBtkBOw reou totion toUfmBkoA klai to COCM tblc moralai ko raqMOtod klfa to toko tko placo jit Bootasajtor Bo kooTbU NKW March World say a Jay liouUI has slguilled his laUtnliou lo decline a reelecllou director of ihe Iliion Paciuc Kallway TM iieuple generally will entirely resigned lo the resigna tion of Jay If there i aiiT regret at Hie announcement ou Ibe part of these tlireclly iu Union Patillc It will not oc casioned by grief at tbo loss of Mr Goulds so much cwislenia llon al Ibought of what with drawal llals do not leave a ship until she is on Ibe polul uf aink March writ for i libvl auit asked for by Cyrus W rield against Gordon lleuuell waa refused on the purely legal groutui that acllon an alien In America attaint an alien In Franco was trl able iu an Kogllib uclioi for lilwl was brought ly rield Henry proprietor ol lite mthm tor originally pulilinh ing what New York HvraUl and a good chance lor triii a ArlMBBt W March from lue legislature of Aritoua praying for Ibe return to tbe public domain or granted Iu tlmt tm and for logUlation to pnvrut raids from wore re tbosonaU tkoocloaredaod tbodoore It la ftBBBOMd tbo Wail aad Laabn troaly WM taken A kvfo pile of iklB oovorod lay upon Uorgftut doak and It If tbougbi ko wiU OOBMIBM tko day with ft ifotek la fftvot ol Uw Marcli Workmen from the tuffavr building They ound the body of I tuder Die tainted 1IU head was blow u off and a portion of the xiler his stomach and Others injured are It was discovered that the safely valve of boiler bad been pluggwl wilh supposed lluffner Bros safe WM All the books und In currency was The loss was much larger in the burn ng uf Kuffuer llros store and the Hale house than at tint U will reach fully with in March The of great suffering of people stock for want of food ara A man who traveled through iilmau and Calhoun says that a few days travel proven the desti utlon In many local people are on the verge of death bf In some netriions of Hie stricken district the people are uheistiug ou beans and gruel made from wheat ground iu coffee Many people are and the difficulty of getting medicine terror to trie Those wbo have through mountainous region say the wheat crop and fannm ara unable to procure aosd March fol lowing nouiinaliona were for city by tbe republican convention city Uliss city Hastings city city Brown city tn Lowry streel commis Miller and Ihe following 1olvr Smith and ItoUBil KANSAS March Tlie Times Arkansas City conrspotuUnt lelegraplm tonight a reiteration uf the report that a large number of buomrrs from aud Arkansas and from am in Urriiory bound for Hatch weni to veslerday where Uw stockuivu were lo hold a meeting lo tbe No report bas ccivrd from Marili I jwl Sunday young John livint al llock this procured a uisrriage llceuselu marry Alice The young lady objected to having the ceremouy Sun became veiy angry anil exclaimed Marry we or I div Penny a pistol and shot himself Ilirouxh the jiooic ITS Uud for Safe IN Nrw MEXICO and I The Atlantic Pacific Railroad I of Ihin Camiwn li nilorunUl if Miilmi uul oil Mtti i mirth It Mo limii and VI wul t f ruilM u liuUi Iu uiattr UtwrmbU InitH u tanl uf A 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but nothing leaked A March uouiiiiallon of jovernor Mclaue to Hie rrtncli utiaslon by Clevelautl CHUMX general deut of Ibe llvury aged will be eiofflclo governor until Hit leglslatura a governor lo 111 the uuexpired GIRARD HOTEL A Mil NKW KIKST HnAKU UV TIIK NIMMtlM MYML THE OCCIDENTAL LA8 NEW kulrl latrl r lUe threugbuul IMml I ttuulBUtg a BETHANY COLLEGE It TIIK tAHK ullliv IMUtTKttTAMT tOfUUOfAMt FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG UM UCLOSIflLT ifareh eroor Stooosoaa baa refused to the bill aBMBdlog tbo oonsUtutioa whereby would bo luediU per cent OB Ikoir Inrtoad efBelBtkuod OB tbeir property IB ordiBftiy Twenty ratiMul lui all lainiatwl to All CetssglMS I Innuanaul Mi Mualc Maptoys Art DiBruMBl to tally wMk lor CatalogU4 Vi   

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