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   Santa Fe Weekly New Mexican And Live Stock Journal (Newspaper) - February 4, 1886, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                FEl WEEKLY NEW MEXICAN TWENTYSKCOM SANTA NEW FEBRUARY The Weekly New Mexican THE circulation of the NKW MEXI CAN U increaiiin Keep up tho IT ssetns to be generally understood lhat the ew Oiloiin expoHiliou ink stupendous i Or u respected and venerable gover nor invitation to Senator Munrtursou to visit bim at Santa Fo came just too Till remit of for the tale of the K liauxiously awaited by Un people of Banto bss received in formation that letter to Prnident on New Mexico a hat been received and THE supreme court of the United States hai righteously decided that fUUt have no right to impose a license orUi upon commercial Globe Live Stock of Dodge destroyed by lire laat again appeals full and It ai handsome and interesting us Tuit DM been a aevere season to prominent of the theatrical Clara Morris and Pattl have all been seriously UUB highly esteemed the Las Vegaa dont teem pleaaed with the NEW MEXICANS en terprise publishing the supreme court ROM the Albuquerque givei Delegate Joseph a veiy severe slap In the face when he says the governor commands more con sideration in Washington than Ir Uoss is not confirmed as no doubt the friends of Judge Trimble will strive to secure his Albuquerque Why not The Judge would ceilalnly fill the executive WE are reliably informed that Crook has given the natter of depart Bent headquarters no consideration as The subject will not be consid ered until after the cessation of Indian 1HK Albuquerque Journals theory that a republican senate ought to con firm because will be of service to the republican party by Jisrupting the democratic mast be consoling to his TUB bouse commilteeon public lands agreed upon a bill forfeiting all sands within the grant to the Atlantic Iaelfic railroad Ijlng opposite to the uncoostructed portion of that road The chuets are iu favor of the passage the LlBUTKNANTGOVEBNOB KEMXEDT the president of the Ohio Is not man of He Is made of strrner The democratic majority of made by perjury and box In can sjet coerce the wouldbe auto of Xew Mexicos cattle Interests sqoelobed at as pre A motion to allow one delegate for each head prevailed and the ionventlon proceeded In a harmonious to transact other A rnoHiMKNT who at present occupies a high position in the United States recently our surveyor general was a land and If he bad not been prevent I would have grabeil the Yosemite llley and uicst of the public lands In SJSSSSSBWJ ciat still aud violent nlo Joseph lu It Is asserted Vkat respect vanerabla governor urging r eminent contemporary to lay It on Hba Wi are Informed that ourvanerable nepjoted gownot confident of i la BdsBinlBtorWg the r thai maided to charge and There wss MotMlty of our being told that that a Kansas pollti i asniftdsiiiof no t or bad bit BBW Mt an Gov tat inllv de thus far nhanMnot i aja ghat hm theDamoera iMtMt to MI wnfirmed kava Uw Daaoerat u autborlt ha ww reputed by asso of tkatla taJONA Gcneiul Low an exKivianor of New was in lei viewed by tlio Cincinnati Commir in wliicli tlJf gencial that llalleck was iuUnicly jealous of Grant iu the latter years of the Thai in 1801 he thinks llalleck waa willing to allow Lee to taku WBShiug ton nt the time of the Imtilu of cacy In oner to crush This is not new to mnny prominent army peo llalleck in the tint year of Hie war was Grants and ho never fully forgave the fates that placed Grant over all the armies and lefl Ualleck as a cott of ornamental That chronic old who since tho war Imagines himself possessed of all the army information known to mortal takes Wallace to task and asserts that Grant and Ualleck were bosom As an answer to lioyn ons attack on and the asser on that no illfeeling it is nly necessary to quote a dispatch from lalleck to Iu reply to the tiers inquiry as to Grants whero which reads as follows In nswer to your would say rant is somewhere In the rear of his In army etiquette per onal friends didut use such language tout each With the people Wallaces statement will bo accepl d as HAI the settlers on the Maxwell rant taken the advice of disinterested ml honest before much worry and money would liave been saved to Al the time many of these settlers staked their laims on the land claimed by the grant they could have homesteaded r preempted homes on desirable gov ruuient land and before this had a tear and undisputed title to their The communistic jrough whose influence these settlers deluded Into building cabins on and having a bona flilo and making improvements Unit enhanced vnluo and then be compelled to re inqulsh ull claims on what they sup posed and believed would eventually jo Iheir have much trouble to an wer It is very hard ou these peo in a double sense they uot only ose their but the oppsr unities for securing homes have essened rapidly and they are com to ttnd new locatlous among Irangeis in onlrr to secure the benefit f the homestead BY the time our surveyor general els through with the land grabbers in his lerrltoiv theie will be a much arger area of public land open to net lenient than there Is It Is just such senseless twaddle as he above that eneoursges and stimu ales the surveyor general In his whole ale denunciation of all largo laud Xo one objects to diaap iroval of fraudulent It Is the nfamous practice of the land depart ment declaring thAt all titles are either eid or If the surveyor general was Imbued with the proper iplrlt he would be able to discriminate between an houest title and one of doubtful Hut he Is Itathcr nan give an honest settler the benefit of a or for fear he is not capable of distinguishing Letwren a good and raudulfiit ie pronounces all thereby Injuring the govd nuinu of errltory and preventing imsnlKrittM from the overcrowded rast Into our in developed and promising Louis member of congress from of the and strongest men in the ain well and favorably known In New Mrx uses tbe following unequivocal gusge concerning tho war upon silvei This war upon silver is an ouliajie You can not express my apposition to it too The treasury oflciaU are responsible for whatever deprecu lion In value silver has They resist the laws of congress and do they can to decrease the value of currency established by They should be and 1 think I shall bring the matter before the luuue For years the trtasuif has been resist Ing They have no right to i Ilnctkrof the law in this tTiiliry in uilh hix fatherj of Vew I and Uat return to UiB way Mow Muleo and o Ir Itiixn in nut conlinniil iliiu ocratic inw in New Mexico will laiti1 with renewed wluili will Hf ford coiiRidurnhlf ainiiMMtient and fort tn llin i the Slaxwrll if he UcoMilimcdlatgimge fails in In ineuNtire tiie vinilenl nice lhat will pervude the dvuiucrntlc jmrly in Xew THE NEWS Tiijlors IK the completion of the Santa Ke A Northern railroad ut an early ilay the erection nn opera iluuring mill HIM woolen would irnmedialely The people in Santa Iu nut to lotiKur deUy the completion f this Let somo be tnkeit tu neenre aay what aball and what shall not legal It their place to ex tha and not attempt to an nut ot Impeachment should drawn PATBIOTISM and generosity stll live In many At Upper San tbe other the LadlesRelief Corps of Grand Army poet gave a supper for the benefit of the 1 he president of one o tbe nf Hut city ate suppei and hsnilsd to of the In at tendance a bill In psyrosnl for tin A slip of was pinned I the on which was written Feet the hungry and clothe the nuked ther when wanted couw fromi God blew the soldiers aud Ihel little It waa a TIIR retirement of Salisbury mil Istry Ukea Gladstone again tout aud En gland hi to have a liberal gvaa If Ireland falls to secure what Irish aoatoodcd for in tba late con la on bettor tba that than he was the terrible ulllietiou Unit has overtaken Secretary loss of his daughter and wife within Iwo wet Ihe secretary is completely overcome with grief and il is llioughl among Uis riends thai Le will withdraw from ihe The president will his iideavors to have him retain the port olio of THE bottom hits fallen out of the eat little heretofore played with snrne success by the governors aidedecamp Cattle nspcctor and hers of their They luive written etters full of misrepresentation and enom to the various headu of depari nenls aspersing and htstulrchtiiR the huractcr of prominent nud honorable Thai uitnK has been shown ip in its colors und Unit littlegame will not work uuj ONK of the most formidable schemers n the west is of Scw lie proposes lo revolu ionire the machinery of Ihu govern lie publicly denounces arid Hies a decision ot tbe Inited circuil irfers charges against he secretary of the luinl com und ouronn beloved sur eyor If wo pro uino ho will impeach the prenident and dissolve At least he Is willuiK to promise such things tn con vince the settlers on ttm hat there Is clill a chance to havu the grnnl thrown open lo SASTA hK neeils und ounlit to liave u oniing one with latent im roveinenlM ami liiivinj ciipucity of ttfty barrels u Such u wuuM cost nliout f 15 wheat could le laid ilouii or thiily cenla II in Hell known thai the Tnoit valley liner than any ther piirt of Ihe IniUc The tome ilcnmnd tins city is more than Ifly barrels uf lluur PIT The en ire product of such u mill would to con sumed Tlie tlaiir Would Im measnnilily supenor to the Kansas 0 A liujj niu untof money would to savi i iini Kept in liiculiihon t would be of toour busi hope our uieichsnts and capilslists will lookinlolhUmailer We shall refer to the subject WK ran force the holders of our bonds to nocept silver dollars wVirlh only riklit nliU for the gold wliirli we eiiiilimlrii lo them but the IH of n kind which honest IIIOIIM mid hoiieKl men aie alike fur l ililrii to Neither tlie nr any bank it 01 manor holdei nf mlvei iloi will than UK in coM tot MMT The tlolUi lecogniteil all over tlie Iniled Statin as Imvinx equal piuchaK K with the Kohl Tlieie no nhere the allvei They pase as cuiirnt us the ifold dollar In every biaiuh of Thin why thin absurd stiitiuient that jre only worth eighty Where iirr they to at biuh a The nient lluiu and them out ut with The gov ernment will not sell thrin foi nine cents lu Kvideutly Democrat ti crush mt the sllvrr mining Industry In Ihe fotlhepuv of enhancing ihe value of A OEHEKVKD SrriiKUK iuiicr Santa In nmllt r of of Charles clerk of this court Hillllps 8lr In nc cvpllng vour reHlguation as clerk of Ihe supreme this dsy desireto express to you our ttiaiiks for the etttolf til nuuuer iu which ou have discharged your offloial duties during this Iwro und or the courteous consid eration shown us during that Accept our best wishes for your and Chief The above recognition of the tH vices of a faithful und coniurtviit public official does credit to the men who KSVD U Mid the muii who received Tu rise patty iu the appre ciation of private merit tempers of takes with him nifjht ntiil 1irMicd nn lo Hint tn n i ii anl one to SniviMii litnetni to have the Kiiml Ihionn optii to Neither the piesidcnt or sur veyor Kficral can or will innon the opinion nf Judge CnlesH that ileiision should be covetnileil ly the Inited States supreme the grant company has n valid title to the The settlers who realize this tiinge their affaiis will be in lietter linancial condition a few years In net thuu thote who continue to claim ihe laml in spite of Judge Hiewerede The sjmpnthies of the NKW AN aie with the honest men differ loss by this J Mould like to ate them secure their hoiues on Ihe best possible And that the best wav tn do lliis is to treat with the grant is a well found We liave no information from Ihe Krant but will go on rec ord as piedicting that those who turn their attention to making terms and securing t lilts will own more property at the final settlement of the if any further decision is than those who fritter away time and opportunity In attempting to have the grant thrown open to In this connection we would suggest to tbe settlers on the who think that they form a laise sufficient money and consult come able aud disinterested whose honesty and judgment can be relied to give au opinion that will stand tbe test of and then follow his THE governors action in appointing Hun Ki Hogers as cattle inspector does not five satisfaction to the people of New They Justly complain that he is unfitted for the that he renldes too far away from tbe fron tier where his duties ss Inspector re his snd while he ii a jully good ss the world he bus hod no experience In tbe cattle und Is more fitted In his na ture snd education to fill his old place as s ticket puncher on tbe railroad than I the one he now Ilia very Aral act i is one that ought to cause blsdkacbarge fiom the He has appointed a of Texas ami an of one of the railroads as his Xo one hut n citizen of New and one who is identified with Xew Mexico in should be permitted to act In any such Kim Kls action in this partlculsr shows him to be lacking in qualities which an inspector sbojuld Hlo irande It Is geucially understood that Uoss was never very favorably Impressed with the quaiantine law or its en IVrhspa he proposes to il odious to the cattlemen by pointing objectionable TIIK cable dispatches My the Hel lenic nmiikivis issued a declara tion that Uiceie would comply with the We are glad of especially for the wke ot our terri and our lespecUd governors milU We understand tbe European powers had about lenolved lo call on the governor in capacity as com in oider to secuie the mvices of tin territorial forces for tbe pnrpoie of coercing llsd the ancient and classic kingdom of Urvero not KiKcumbe I this would iimloibtsiU have and there would have been a bloody war between bis excc niiUtia and tbe Hellenic We are happy to slate this fearful i alamttv has now been THE muddle In the Ohio state sen ate is becoming It the dead ronUnuea much tbe state institutions will become embarrassed I fur want of Tbe republicans lUcllne to allow the four fraudulently Heeled senators from Cincinnati te their own and the j ilemorrnts lualLUln ibal they these four Illegal members j ihe republicans have a With thtui the democrats Wo be lieve the republicans are but fear they will have to make as the democrats dont seem Inclined to yield their advantage In Ir is now conceded that nothing further will be doae la aegoliatloBS with Melley to buy the Santa Fe Noitbern la order to complete this road the people of Haala must combine and make the neces sary As we understand Melleyt It was such that tbe directors of tbe road claim they are uusble to aud the directors proposition did not meet the geuerals Let some action be speedily Ukeu by our capitalists snd bunluvss Mexicoisou and the people can score another victory for Die two leading journals of tho Kocky Mountain the DAILY XKW of Santa i ami tlie Daily of The New Mexico delegation to tbe inter national range convention has covered itself all over with its return home wilt be a triumphant march from beginning to Taylor has at last taken a A Colorado stoiced to be tbe enat ieer for the 50 0 When Cooper arose In the con vention aud moved that one vote for every head Judge ef in an animated made some strong points against Ihe and was followed by O of Las In tbe same Senator of Mew also made a powerful speech lu opposition to Coopers which wss then put to vote and declared Delegate of llten moved that one vole allowed for each ton thousand After a hot discussion and a slroug effort on the pait of a number of delegates to amend the original making ten thousand bead the basis of was cairled by a rising Taylor has uot been seen since tbe opening of the as be disappeared souu after readine his Internntlouskl convention was called at and after prayer and disposition of tbe question of tbe basis of representation in tho re port of the committee on permanent which fixed the basis at and wbicb convention held under discussion when it adjourned last was brought Oltrien of New Mexico moved that tbe basis be one delegate for the Oral and one delegate for every represented by an This received no of moved the chair itppolut additional to the committee ou permanent organiza to which all questions of repre sentnlion and sections of bylaws be re fen ed without of moved as an amendment that two members from each delegation be appointed by each lu compose a special com mittee tn take tbe place of first to which all objectionable questions of and constitution and basis of representation be sut The amendment was accepted and the motion While tlie committee was out papers were read by several gentleman upon questons of general interest to cattle among which was a most excel lent by Ihil Hall of the Texas Live Slock and Grauvllle Slewart from on the Indian Adjourned at S Tho ball given Ihe cattle men at Mammoth rink last ulglit was tlie Itrandesl affair ever held In the Kocky mountain U is estinated WO people Itailrwfcd public lands committee debated at length ihe question of declaring forfeited the land grant of the Southern Pacific Uatlioad which rente sjp on propo sition of MrHbea of lo deviate an absolute forfeiture of Ihe entire Without reaching a con clusion tke committee rose and the matlvr re out Ins until next Tuesdays Tbe bouse commute on public lande held an extended session after au ad journment today and Anally agreed upon a bill declaring forfeited alllanda within tbe Brant to the ft rail road npposito uneonatrnotod por tions of the Chairman Cobb waa Instructed to report tke bill back to The committee agreed to favorably report ou MeBaes bill to tect homestead within railroad Tlio Hunk I oclock yesterday afternoon the tun on Fletchers bank bad perceptibly de aiul at no time bad there beea any Tbe manager UIB kaak bad provided dollar for dollar la cash for and tkla fact bawmiag known went a long way toward rcetor tBg Otker aaakskad alia provided themselves anjaiaat aaaasMa and U balswad now the flurry died Karly yesterday morning Mar a depositor iu found tha Junior throat a ptetol Into threatening to kilt idai was token before he did auy A Hveirsjeri lie Owns tostmaster General who IISH een posing as the crilic of Ihe senatei been overtaken In sonic of his head h UK and arbitrary and is in a peek of Laat December the terra of IoitmaMer at and tlie upon the recommendation of the postmaster appointed The commission of Wadsworth was issued as soon as his bond was ac and he proceeded at once to take possession of the At the time this occurred the senate was in and when the commission was Issued and Msgley was superseded by the nomination had not been In the nomina tion bad not been referred to the senate committee ou but it was Bubsequently sent there and is there The committee called upon the post master general to know why he had commissioned Wadaworth before the nomination was confirmed and without tbe autboi ity of Vllas has just re plied that he had made a very remarkable as he was ever known to scknowledge before hat he was In the Wadswortb has been lu possession of be office for nesrly two A member of the senate committee nav ng ihe before it says It will necessary for the president to again lace the Laporte postofflce In posses Ion of reappoint nd wait till he Is then have j new commiasioB issued Vlisl Dagley s entitled to the salary of the office to hat and that If Wadsworth has Iwen paid any it is illegally nd must be turned over to the poet aster in IMviirulneumoiitR house committee on agriculture today began consideration of bills intended to pre ent tbe spread of pleuropneumoaia mong domestic The com mittee wss addressed by Wilson of Breckemldge of tnrlis of New Commissioner Oolmau aud Salmon said that the flesh of in ected animals was not Injurious as The disease was communicable o animals within fifteen months sfter of eel therefore the quarautne hould be Wilson expressed the opinion thaltbe rode In calves between the east and west facilitated transmission of the dls LHTUB postmaster at a small settle We desire to state right that Surveyor General Julian Is doing and belter work for the lauded inter ests of New and in cause of honssl laud than any surveyor general Ihe territory bad foraquiti the1 of a lKmo I Julian lacked backbonenirsanrv ta respecl and conlideiice not only of tlio j responsible for bench mid but of all whom he has tiananeled Ou motion of he was admitted au attorney and councillor of Mpreme and will probably the present condition of Maxwell grant Me The Psnl lea palace carnival opened meut la Newtou away by his neighbors on account of grievances of a personal nature grow Ing out of a dislike lo his maaaar of treating persons bavins business at hie At last accounto Watara aad his wife were at tlie eouutt aud his soninlaw aad a few frieade were In a house which was and shots were being occasionally ei ckumged between the Munday ClNiiHNAYi numbers ef the company whteh par foimed Sunday night at ileuekt two theaters appeared before Justice Dan dereoa plead guilty and wer lined tl end eoste As they wen net arreetod at the instance of the Law and Order It la hinted the mat tor waa anaifled heforehaad to MS vent aiBMBBMiit of a heavier puuuav is All the speakers favored a liberal ppropriatlon to enable the department f agriculture to establish and maintain uaranllnee and stamp out tlie They favored a measure that would uot allow payment of damages to shippers or stock found to be Infected and wiiere it Appeared that iroper precaution had been taken by ipvrlers to ascertain the healthful condition ot Several of the gentlemen expressed an opinion that the committee should eport a bill Including diseases of hogs and other domestic Turn the ItaMttls la more than ordinary excitement here Ihe attacks of tlie New York World and Sun upon Attorney General Senator larris of Tenn General ommissioner of and At commissioner of Indian concerning their connection with the auKleclrir Telegraph Tin1 Sun iat Attorney Gen eral Garland ami iscretary taniar leeply iacrlminatrd lu this and lemands the rtcomliuclionof tire cabi net through the Imiuidmlt utlrrmeot of these The World piinU live on his and the leading editorial of tlio U intensely bitter against lessrs Garland and arcuilng he latter of playing Into the hands of Attorney General iMlandla order that suit may be brought lo test the validity of the Hell telephone patents In tne In crest of the Klecttlc The people at the While house main ain a studied reticence upon the sub and aothini can be ascertained lu bat Quarter beyond the fact that tbe uealdent Is excessively annoyed at the Tbe general opinion is that Secretary la BOt amenable to censure In any since bin sole action was quasi simply recommending that the suit be The entire has a bad but the fact Is pointed out by republicans thai uo republican is incriminated in this aad Ibal it is only a democratic Kilkenny cat lUzen called on Second Comptroller Maynard at the treasury and had a long conference with him In legard to the recent criticism of llaseus ac Maynerds reeeai pronuu claaseato waa simply a warning to llasea that if blsaccoanU In the future contolnad eueh Items as be criticised he would disallow No disallow aacee could have been made la the sc eouato wkiek caused the aa they had already been allowed and paid several years It Is understood a satisfactory eencluaion In regard to ten derlag future accounts was Attorneys U The solicitor of the treasury has given an opinion on the question as tu the rights of United Slates attorney to retain per cent of the amount collected on uu aatisllett warehouse and other custom house which may have been tqraed over to him for acium but setUttl by parlies without that in such csws where no suit or proceeding lu the nature of a Mil has been or oooducted by tke district he not entitled The TCSIIH An Austin special to the says nno nf the Texaa mem bers nf the joint boundary commission to flx the clispnteil imundary line be tween anil em tracing the ilistrirt known as Green has rnaile a singular discovery In his researches among oll maps and Tho original ircnty firing the boundary line adopted map Its and present line la also to be arranged on the authority of this llreckcnridge that Millsh outlines what is known as Washita to be the north fnrk of Red nver instead of the stream now bearing that which bounds Green county on the north and The only question for the present lommisslon to determine is which of the various streams Is north lied If IlreckenridRes discovery can be authenticated Texas may not only claim Green but about onefifth of the entire Indian embrac ing ihe richest grazing lands In tbe ter Wasblta river empties into Bed river a few west of Deoison and runs diagonally across the territory to the center of the western boundary Breckearidge that gen eral orercment will concede Green county If by so doing it can secure quit claims to seven times ss much Foreign Freemans Journal ststee that it reason to be lieve that Gladstone agreed with 1arnell to join in parliament for the passage of a bill which shall estab lish a native parliament in Dublin to deal with Irish tbe new legisla ture to be constituted as UKadd to tbe present safeguards for tbe intogritv of the empire snd the rights of the mntlnv occurred to day among the tads on the reformatory lying in the At a preconcerted signal the lads in a body attacked tbe officers with belaying fire arms and other The offi drew their revolvers and fired into tbe mutinous crowd and tried in vain to force them to lay down their and return to their The boys continued their assault and at last com pelled the officers to seek the shelter of tbe The lads then lowered the into which they crowded and tbe drifted down stream with the The Clarences Die depart ure of the made signals to the au thorities and soon several filled with police put eut and called on tbe to when the young deeming resistance to be gave up and were taken back to the The ringleaders were placed in Eighteen lads and two officers received wounds In the tight on Two yean ago tbe lads confined on the Clarence set fire to the for Thesupreme court of tha United in the Virginia coupon reversed the decision of the court of appeals of Vir and decided that a tender cf coupons in payment of Is The Public I debt issued late yesterday after shows a decrease for January of NUMBER 49 FKR8H FROM TUB lost worth of property by Ore The Spanish budget shews n i of more than Port reuBTtagiewU age from floods caused by an lea g The steamboat John bu at tbe If e w Orleans Kasper of Sew Or left to tbe Presbyterian of that Datawares peach trees are to be all right and not affected tiy the cold The lose by tbe Inundation of stobarts is estimated at Philadelphias In n prmlBSBB t cautions the people not to violate tbeSabathlawsof U is proposed to build a mile marine tunnel between Prince Edwards island and the Tbe Catholic BenM AithtwAap of will be next Ametloaa Onehalf of Serapev at alM down Into the Chat tanooga river and A meetlag of ritlnswi hald at lasynjaM na tional iBptvaentottvea to work te tha free coinage of Tbe Btate ef Tenfieaasa IB i Indebtodwaaa right alai MllteMMt Qst tiLM Alfcfc eonslderadflxadi TbreeJiew arrest for la their wi tka defaalttnr In the Nlekenaa confessed te ing the of tbe accnaed All the sen to I and Albany ai section of WlBMaaln are esaaad ki sequence of tka fataHty wtth scarlet fever U Tbe count of tbe eaia tba Maw York sobtreasury by exparht treasurr depBrtment IBM kSMi enav pletedand thntlhs vanNnenn uln five atom than tke hooka emit ExGovtraot Helll Brown at his residence la iatnr day after a years ta hfclwth He waa governor of IVMBSBM at the age of and tu Prusala in He was a brother of exfloinmai T tbe presnnt receiver ef and father of Keill clerk of Hiii Iniiisii nf muBJmlillUB at Bnsl MM WMk aw hV That fellow ef Laat with tba dadiah a b mined to win tha Brood r being a He will assist In kla Mere Dictum will not IU Fuu The settles on the Maxwell grant are no doub dlwoncertcU by the ihcl slou of Judge S will the set ters be who are rushing the Nolan mere dictum of ai officer will not stand an agnintl the decision of a court that the title is The commlssloaer of the laud permit ted the suit to lx brought against tho Maxwell grant owners in the name of the but Judge Brewer says the government has no rights In And all akonld bear In Lives purging doea net wsjakna or deplete the system BB otker pmga lives but ItwUitevlg orate like a glaaa of bat aa In toxicating beverage to lead toll untv will promote and generally an tke Tlie not and its lYobet keeps tbe Bye at kla Bnrro Alley Xo gaaiing notull Kuugh on Itch curea salt STAAB Istpsrten aid WloKwlu Dealers U Boots d 8hotra AND Cigars and Bnysirtl line NKW Washington special to the VommerclalAdvertiser says the president yesterday had heard nothing of Secretary Bayards repotted Intention of and should his be offered ne would be most urged by Ukweland ami tbe wMwskiMt to withdraw U U tkat Uayard bad the w W I We keep the largeet and beat asssotod C VKHYTIUMO CIIKAIKP thaa tke delivered by any outakto to B V   

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