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   Santa Fe Weekly New Mexican And Live Stock Journal (Newspaper) - January 21, 1886, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                FE MEXICAN v STOCK TWHNTYSIHOM YKAIf The Weekly New Mexican SANTA i bans ailnnnis tration am ieei ininj hlmh expects sloek nn n attend the rinitfi1 i n tinili A AN I Cad as he look Illll I cMMiie fur making llie call oluiiil Tavlnr sajs he method of excliidmi poll that if a mass con imild be held tinmwlim mined Inlo il ma omiones pciMona Tun ainiiv tlic THAI MaieMil III till SlimSol Still I S 1 III i li lint bi1 allow lu am nmd NiiTIIINn new lias ilivi opem bul it Hill lit limit in the Hi l III IT will srtjn Intime fur the sunate to relieve i in KOM inor mill Miiviyti general fin m Mil aiiMel that ovci hangs tin tr cnttli who own ami know m I of one ih Itpair tn eiich dtO html if fur till IleUVCl CullVCUtiitl Is a coloied hailicr refused trshiive a cnlnicd anil the 1ms litmight suit for uu diitin rivil liRhts This is the first vase of tlif kind against a colored vnan I on SHAKEN indicated his vindictiveuess UKI other day when ho d scharged a cleik from his otllce tiecause he WHS A relative of one of the owners of a Wisconsin paper that denounced the unjust decisions of the laml commis ANTHONY New Mexicos dtUBiito to been honored by the speaker tothecom initlie on Now il he only in the MniiH aiul nn I lint cKininit uuuUlnl hi make lur our II UvrsiUEits desiring to invest money in grazing Iniiils in hesi tate en account of of affairs citattd Their on land questions kccpiiiK money out of rir culation in this nn Chill llalon Vmel This is the most contriupiible mid D lln1 broad md intelligent cat Hinn n i 1 he w i s I ins been uttered HI nn i MUMtVi tin iinwananti de liln riiic mid unjust of power that this man 1 nylm has His i xplmialioii loi Ins j iiml iinirasonable is as absiiid ahis call Is What right has h hiiri If up as the aibiter of n u by cattle mm for iipuipii1 if din ways IIM tn llu in cat lie iinsinn le presumes to say to iiiru who huve invested their money in iMtllc and lange how they shall meet and shiiil be lie owns neither ol aiil has no more imU to be in Ihat convention than the most citi7cn within the limits ol the pirnnhi d lie tcpie notliiiig mid has no interests that such a meeting nbliged li All In1 has done tends to create dis ami exclude frtin vci mieiing the smaller owners of Mock and icpitsontation from the smaller The Uovtn Ana Coiintv Association uf New Mexico has among its membeis some of the best in furnicd utiil most practical cattle raisers lo be found in the Some of them dished and intended to attend the meetini at lienver for the purpose of a innge after Taylors call and its approval by the executive committee of the terri tmial they w ill have noth ing to do with The llona Ana Association the autocratic only have one or only as much fay in the Kenver meet ing as this mini Such nun as ciinpoM1 Ihat uui not be Minhl ed w lib impunity and be pechd to uidoise the would suggest und urgu upon all stock men in New Mexico to attend the Den I ver meeting and make their condemua unsettled slate I lion of Taylor and his plans so em by and his hatic and so unanimous that he will Hi fiituie Online himself to his if he has I ruin spending with ami inlei view i pnmiiiirut catt MI anil elMW hii u c ili Illlli 11 iiinsil n we Till THK NKVVS NUMBER 47 IXIIVIT Ill A Ciinon i I I1 T has i I II Tin li don I al tent In the il i l liineiil him Would he tin1 govtinmitlt s t mi and westiin cattle men t nil e irottiii lie was en i I t I I in ffollS I m l iinmalioii Ipji the TMI A Mania II I l iI Il il i t ol the a 111 I rminl l I late i of I Il Kin Ki excellinc s at organs and claims tin i lieneial the A S diffei with Majiu saliMUM Mr do with his appoinli n IS III till I iili IMCW the t i i n n iiie tu the se of mi Tin new democrat ir papei Cruces is tiie of rereiverif tin1 ii Van and demanded p The sheriff ilreliinl 1 The still We advise liuwiic t legitimate business HI the treat people ilicintli and i uiul draw his Il wi he does U c kiv fill oil the l eji I t I 11 who roncelveil the Ixid I iinvri tl and Jamuir I foi Jii I id ali ii cattle oWinrs to whether the owned lilts or thousand This was the ii of ail MI enthusiasticalls Mali rnuii ii in the I 111eil ml court by Judges Sawyer alin Jhe case involved the Iijh of to pans a making Indiaim amenable to ciiuij piiMciiliun in the 1 nitcd States for offensis committed against upon then j Mi that mi del has niithoiitr j Miuplj to regulate inlereoiuse and Hint it pass laws wilh to the conduct inj a IIMM i Inai tome Liiienil will rn Monday I neM Die I snpieiiie CHIlt I the uuthtr of Ilernians ChinciM a pemonal if Hendriilis ainl lie widely furl marshal of l and those who tuiow say his exceeded all lie was and An Omaha ItepubNcan special says it i TlsUVs eitab blew upthis killniL COMand Mitchell Seveie and sralilmg holt mid in rill f A i n A ciinplete nil Illmiilei and Llinniy Scald Catarrh of the i aduuice this case to an imuie i In r IT SANTAFE Isnt satisfied with pushing rnilroad but it wants a new court houiia and a lot of other Considerable enterprise left yet al the Thats whats the Lots of enterprise still in llie 1llK commissioner of one has been RiiuhbiUK senators and Representatives and now his department H to ie iuvestl by lilack and ought to be yoked together and given some foreign mission that would he i THE lending editorial in the Alliu qnerquo Democriil of Saturday nunn Ying is devoted tn the ninue cuttle con then in session at Evldeatly the Demociut dont propose to be behind in collecting Tliat convention dont meet until the Ir JIUAN is confirmed as surveyor i general iu New an incomptit i able amount of capital awaiting the re sult will be kept out of the leniioiy that will bo invested here if he is re This Is why the NKW 1 CAN gympslhlnei with all enterprisiiit 1 citizens laborlug for the fof the in wanting him re secretary of the North New Mexico Sink is the istublisluuent of u pool niulasloii for Ihn regulAtion and prnment of lieef and a phe appointment of H ary ilouWless will be an applicant the position of pool agent If the ilan In IT biteu cltavged on fl xn of be United Slates thai untloi democratic the first time In the history of our public otttcet are told to the The buslnetti in inaiK I by prominent detuocrsts who aro upposwil suine hrraiigeinnnl irlth thn appointing tipVBRNOH Bonn neculiar methods running territorial affairs are detiri ntal to the growth and prosperity of If he should be cou we would Ui severely handl pped for over three yean Iwlth all good hope to be ipared this InHlotlon and Mtrueatly appeal to I the Uiiitwl woate for has been a current rumor for some lime MIUJO of the new democratic who care nothing for the territory and know nothing of its people or their were tcinilating an attempt to seiro the historical rooms for their own selfish We do not know who is im plicated in this but if the peo ple of New Mexico should ever ascei and particularly if the vandals should succeed in endangering the safety of the historical we can assure them that they will meet storm of popular indignation that will astonish Jin1 resent looms Wiie Kiven to the historical society it unanimous leanest of two succes sive li in cider that the col lections of docu etc might he preserved with ul solute security and in an nppropilato They have been littcd up and tin1 moiTtioiKj in llu in obtained by rml funds and evtiy article to the if Mciety Id cense to Kvery uuikis tlist visit to these and are of interest to the entile while every New Mexl can feels a piide in the in flensing To bo ejected now and the man who is discovered to he concerned in it will not be considered it vandal but be held tip to exccintion and cou tempt in times to As yents pass our people deplore more and more the destruction of so many of their valu able archives by the ignorance of one territorial official who Mild them for waste Let no one else seek to emuUto his unfortunate Im the NKW MixuAN favorable in dreidini lln1 toiney ieneiiil The by infoimed every ikinocialic his If tln will applaud if the i dtnouniu n know crat is a slnnxv to such etiu I uhn i Moiiison says no doubt free coinage will be cairieil at this Die control which the silver men have over a majority the houstis alisolule The tide lit in their IHuiuk a lull in thu ho i lasl Hengen proposed that the presidents message be Not thn single stand ard people lieagen at once nnd mude a liiller attack on llie president liver When tvMi ty people jumped to their feet to ml u witn IIOWIIK not lalk in the and Murphv of to IKfuithei claims that reiuarketl There will he free 1 unlimited coinage of this kind of thf movi nun lit the It ii ivlti anil tor some dis iMil that a had tin ion vilnii with the except nat coiifeiied b tbe anniiinriIn1 was secrelaiy d chilhi il ilh pnweis not beloilgili A s is a paper then the WK bulievo every stock in New who the number thiv onuhi to iitifiid Ihe tnttetiiiK of Ibe Itanie Assoialnii at Denver on the ainl ihm unl ogniliou in Ihat meetiiir their demands would bo coinpln1 w and then they could ass st in ing a wise nnil beneticial plan 01 finii e and defeat the cu and dried sclieiinaiivmated We hope New Mexico will go and cxtit their iniluenci in hi half of tin ii lies N I Ilii lil i be lln1 in tim II il New Mi i I he will the temporary lion of that assnciatiim and ex J all stock owners not duly accred itid as iipliseiitatiu1 of uf Was theii ever more cheek than is heic dis by Tavlor Me goes fiinher and a HSsiguing i iiibitcls to speakeis without their or bn that they nonld feel to bi1 o asMxiiiii by this eelf i n M it the animal t ilil aitnu nt of n Mexico Terri torial Association irsued the was disiKiied tint the of HiMiinve association should In con dnrtnl in a business bv thi miu actually eiiiiMHd in ail not d foillieaiiing ol wH want Jipeeches and to ui It is im womli t Mini lliimen who the givaj i st ihleiist in thu of this ventinn should feel otfcndrd ami i I In efforts being made to niru this meetini into matt We believe Mr Tay will I e down upon MI hard as it out of it as well be iindersloiMl u at my The siigle stiu dard did not their but looked They fully Uiidenitand they dowueil for this TraiDKuiilfiiriiliil NKW Notwithstand iiiK the ttivti by Commii sioner rannon by the representatives of the tianscontinental lines hrre that rates would he Itinly maintaintil up to the iebniarv meeltiiKof the your coiresimiideiit learns Unit a cut of per cent has beeu offered by several lines lo rf the largest dry and clothing houses in city It mat this only the initial tep of what will te a general ShipiH is have not responded tu One uf them said this inoiiiiiiy can get 0 percent now and 64 per cent ii we It i seems pretty generally understood i UK them that rates will soon ex i leusively i immense ciowd was present at the criminal court morning to witness the open ing of tin trial uf tlie Chinese high The Chiuesu inhabitants of the prrsent in tiit opiusing Hong Knujiles and occupying positions on oppi site sides of the The morn ing Hcnsimi was occupied by the formal opening of the proceedings mid arguing of opposing coiiiiwl over some techtit KereM was taken at I oclock till when it was expected testimony would be di fan ji lii u ih l Ull li i lie H vei if IN nn is Ihat pnitj use loi Mlne u i liii e n Niw Mixim that Ic lo piivtite r e M nac li1 as consider t lln in us the InniM1 was of i suoml to bu growing thruughout Hit tenlloryt At Itoton It Knights of Labor udveillse the iiMMtaf several men who Incurred liielr diaplensnre tuul an not to be patroniiod by uiem of te A tunjorlty kaigbU are laboring men are U til business men fo rafiuw credit to these tfcmJlroikld ta fewer at to run other TUK tempornr absence from the ex ecutive preaence of his who was in the cellar tesllini with a diviled crab and a of probably ac for escape uf the Keppler letter from the without I belijg by the literary ciitic of thu Vernon but our idea ii that it was rattier a cunning scheme tu forestall the i honest criticisms of an iueoiruplilile j preiaonan incompetent 1oaccune iiewspapem yf generally Ivlni ou ull subjects In hia beefy be it general explanation for thn Ity with which he will handled ho tiiiiji a U i ull is only i Ifc 11 has distriiuicd tltn ooinmittea to as follows Now t t Ken i North ii 8s South Ten 3 and West Virginia and ArtaMU I As might luve expeetod from a democratic Ike south hogs the bulk uf tlm thirty out of fortyeUjbt A eilliei 1 anil inconijii if lln i they aii e lo intaiici1 a lllllll lVil reputable biv aiiM llieii ullhMal ime id the hast of llien ciiMiuon iteciney uuil Tin MFMCAN is the fin ml uf ile Miiuil caUlo ownis in the lisht imiile lleiiilisl lln in Mil viniildlw own no but by liave UVIMI loh lali d in cattle i ch lolfiiiliiii tliev coiuii un Hal iy anit t d UK in hi wrsliiii is lo mil Iliiii aid iiiannue Ihiwii 11 m All owniMKof catllewho can owe il lo then unit pi iiilence iind lo it tilnl the Denver and do iiiaml und rhow by thulr IT and voti i tliat they have suf capHcily In In ihoir own They artNssureil Unit the owiSers of stock will lulu Unit Is ciant old lima iilinn K11 upon Me tl at have no lights lhal the gov rnnienl is bound to This is a rwhual not by iiv Minis to be Katisfnctory o the cccntiic old severe weal her of the past week hxs resulexl ilisistroiislv in stock in the central and Western sntions of the A herd of i no entile paMuied tear this city to iitnl reports Ioitions of the west tell of much suffering hv Dndge Kas llie heivy and hitler nnrlh winds of the past tell j i the sei ions applel hensions ainmiK calileuun as to Iheir probable Ip o tliis lime liul few hiivr iiiuiH in the laiiftioiiii w iinm a few n hi ail lo the rivi I i re tip y 11 rihcd in attempt ing i inst itfifcd up to fencci I when ey itniained and fp i A pi tli tuln i I h south 10 pi Us oil his way nx on Iheii I 9 Hie tl is siiowiil aid thn with eVi pin prtt for more The of live stock is tntuml In be very heavy un Hie ArSuin IIM as cattle are ihiflinj down Kansas 1ncilic roud A Itocky Fold i special to the Itepnblican says There is a that the loss of cattle ulong ihr Al H ill mi UUI 1llllle on Ih a tilt1 I he i oi sioi lii liiaiuls turned I npiii i ite lafct lad In bU would not liver ape e men until north uiv lure tun k brie dm im and ping the water mil watir uiv pleiililn UUI UN Ciiiiis Hies iiiiku MKAMT Dropsical Uti Indigent Slwp lensniMu cured by Wells Health He YIOLATKU A H Itft will I ijih ranching re u MI name is the Spin a lion in southern Santa ImpV In tetiutnl in the n airi nil nlMlrpinent of Santa Ke and Vicinity and recj in the istahlisluniiit of artisian wells a highly important slip toward this end will pleased and encouraged i to learn that a native citizen of Albuj has outdone us all in tfte matj tei of Yankee enterprise and sue eeeded in securing two valuable flowing An newspaper correspondent trenks of the matter thin Antonio has just returned home from his ranch at Stinking east of He has two flowi ing wells though not very i artesian plenty of very fat cattle and withal a very fine l The former arc only artesian in the territory so far as I of them is four inches in diameter and the other two and onehalf and tbev have given a constant supply of j water for fourteen and with out any attention except being sand pumped on one ililel ot II j i Ions ami will when j 11v rejected by the he j is overwhelming the eitliii of war novel nor of who has I een nnmeiclfwlly sniibbed by the dciuociulie speaker rl the I nun tif l he self constiinlcil man ui the Denver llangc has had a severu Even the liiiton Comet ilnnt approveof his but apologises for has lieeu cou ftrmetl pnAlmaMcr al and Tiamiuiltno Ijibadie poslinuhttr at Two V man Mttliftjld VimlUil1 IlilMH IU The nulional il j Lakers ad journed alter tlcctinj New national mcretniy anil a p slntion to boycot ull pOiiirtUh Whn lefubV to lldlue liollls if labor to The next rniiteiiliiii will hi held ill Chicago Jiii uiiy r uxodiiK lulfiieis from North loi xiints Meil IsbrgiiuiluK to oiue Clmrjotle Is a raiioail n and it IK here emigra tion pinies made up and lallroad agents meet innl arinnge for heir Not less ihiin ttH the mostly lor lul tlieiv stvins I HI no tuithti ili for thuni In the are going to Cali MVemy tinned ovi i to ilir Ke and Mi The gvnlleiuan who flrst violaUd M trust in him by 7IX range flock Mys the Denver by sup a was Instructed to pi int and and then appoint ed himself tenijKirnry necreUry of i liiHtv tint yet in and without any authority uisuiwd iiulividual and of hi re j ctiilrol uf iiiteresij aggrcgut lies had himself ap sjiiilid u delegate fumi New altiioiiU he never livnj tliero u ilvv and not OIMI Im if of stock there or ric els Iliii was effected as I i part i I a Intle ISH enterprise of u privdie natine wbnh will be ventilated within a IArties earnestly Inteiesled in UiMiccesivi proposed for some holiling coiiesiHinOeiicu the best the mountain coun tiy the snl jitt of the convention ami the niuiis will tie spicy rending when Thu are ouch as woulil elicit Uie of a trained The lurthixl of mining us old n but its nitrivliicllou of cattle growers gives il u luivor of Tne entile country wants an organization li for tlm of all and lor the special ud vantage of any They want it to reflect the popiilur of all cat and ii 11 the universal opiniou lhal oilier the per ought lo provide lor an representa Such wne the views of the 700 cattlemen at the Ixniis convention and Ruchure the of all slock men in the mime country Neaily every public journal from Mex ico to Montana sustains tie plan of popular The exceptions ale Imlf a doxen frett gift or close cor poration They represent special ami not public have small circulation ami Tbern aie a few honorable and re spicletl ttockmen who do not with thu of on this They have been deceived by sharp and when the Is made they will not found oti the wrong The little gaum to Nevnra indorse th truth of which will verI wiw the old of representing in each case that tineonsenl mid approv al of all ui nearly all uthtr hud lren Such state bakrd Uy naiurs as the trick i umde lo could nut ail toseunrv When tlu fmuil in and when tmli ci how Will ihtliimlntss hnky It may to re The largest sole cattle owner tn the area is William of Lincoln New Roberts outut branded during the past year over and each showed tbe good blood on which the herd Is the original tbe late John formed of Hanta Pe and the pioneer cattle raiser of New having Imported when tbe breed was started some twenty fears a large number of tliorougbbred Shorthorn and renewed pood judgment of the waoU of tbe htnto de the male blood by fresh im portations of thoroughbred stock of tbe same clam until tbe past wheo Robert concluded to try tbe Here ford and purchased a lam num ber ot thoroughbreds of Hun of and of and which were said tn be tbe finest lot of Here fords that ever came Into New Those feeders who have purchased steers from tills herd have expressed great satisfaction at the results ob tained from tbe and aa a result Robert has little trouble in dispos ing of the large number of steer stock he has to turn off each at much above what is generally accepted as the market Thus far the cattle In New Mexico are all V That a ghastly error of the El Paso It announced tbe death of Secretary Sampson Priest solemnly deaaands the discharge of all Albuquerque po Captaiii Friend is carrying his quite too n AIA oiMi STOCK RANCH About aoM fe will ks 1st tor a b meoMMs BMM AHmqiumw Delegate Josephs desire to new territory after the col ored goes a long way to ward proving the charge made by the Democrat he has negro Mood In his STAAB BROTHER WaeUtle Vmtmh liners G Dmriptin WINES AMD U Cigars and Ion loi IIKI in 1 IucihV unnls for iluii Vhis ilianioiid to i tratexlniw In cart on Inisiness without This butch of i iniuruntK In bound for I havinti conliacled In work llill in conjjiihi is evlitenlly wiikillKhii I rum ilu nuiillier of bill i All III the vlneyaiilainlliililsiil ilald I SuiuU liir XVlllgct i who OWIIH uver Mees of I To from Meoigci is thu on a handsooie bible pie b stvvk ivwiwi1 itl be i seiiteti n Whiltt ortfttiiixation by and a 1Ince In tlw of the the Keilger aau through be fore oclock last night two dls ilncl shocks of earthquake weie felt In hinmlhinu every putt ot UocUUml In the complenon i Pictures were shaken fruw the i J u i walls in the liver along ot 1 In guftVii Spring lipaikUill and llocklaml the convention be acootded him MclMnouT jars vnry Ask for Jlough M Qnkk ilardy son Taylor he will Miuelch the coming cattle convent Suuniiody nhoulii whisper in spacious ear tliat a vny Iwrd mini to CngriAtvfttt AiUmi tried Ihat game with whiU cower uf the United HtaUa if rnnu nt in buck him and We not think Ihat Taylor will tvruinly IKwtff la a boutt liue while Taylor U a of llM bureau ol anlnal tadtMtoy oughl U We keep Uie UugeM and beat selected steak in TWNMy KVKKYTIIINUOIIKAiKH than the by any outaide I v vii AIJUII SALE AND FEED Dai OMNIlUt AND OAMIIIAtlt TO   

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