The Evidence of Out Senses Wht San
ta Fe Poople Say is Pretty Good
Proof for Santa Fe People.
When we see it ourselves.
When our own ears hear it.
When our neighbors tell it.
: Our friends endorse it.
No better evidence can be had.
It's not what people say in Maine.
Or distant mutterings in California.
No deceiving echoes here.
Santa Fe people talk about Santa Fe
Public opinions published for the pub
There Is no proof like home proof.
Read this statement made by a citi
zen: Charles Harris, ex-pollceman of San
Miguel St., says: "The aching across
the small of my back was not the kind
that comes from overwork, it was deep-"
er seated and much more painful, posi
tively proving to me that some inward
cause existed. When an attack was In
the aggravated stage, I could not stoop
to put on'a shoe or lift any weight and
if I managed to stoop after suffering
twinges when I went to straighten ex
cruciating pangs were sure to be my re
ward. Doan's Kidney Pills procured at
Ireland's Pharmacy stopped every ag
gravated attack. I sincerely hope that
backache and I have parted 'company."
For sale by all dealers; price 60 cents.
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. T., sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. - ' -
Colonist Kates to the Northwest.
Effective February 15th until April
30th, the Santa Fe will sell reduced rate
Colonist tickets to the Northwest, to
Helena at Butte 833.00; Spokane, $34.SO;
Portland, Seattle and Tacoma, 837.00.
For particulars call on agents of the
H. S. LUTZ, Agent,
Santa Fe, N. M.
W. J. Black, G. P. A.,
Mr. W. W. Prlckett, Smithfleld, Ills.,
writes Sept. 10th, 1901; "I had been
suffering several years with a cancer
on my face, which gave me great an
noyance and unbearable itching. I was
using Ballard's Snow Liniment for a
sore leg, and through an accident I
rubbed some of the liniment on the
cancer, and as it gave me almost in
stant relief, I decided to continue to use
the liniment on the cancer. In a short
time the cancer came out, and my face
healed up and there is not the slightest
scar left. I have implicit faith in the
merits of this preparation, and it can
not be too highly recommended." 25c,
60c, and $1.00. For sale by Fischer
Paper bound volumes of the Session
Laws of 1901 wanted at the office of the
New Mexican. A fair price will be paid
for them. -
A Correspondent Thus Describes His
..... "I can strongly recommend Herblne
as a medicine of remarkable efficacy
for indigestion, loss of appetite, sour
taste in the mouth, palpitation, head
ache, drowsiness after meals with dis
tressing mental depressions . and low
spirits. Herblne must be a unique
preparation for cases such as mine, for
a few doses entirely removed my com
plaint. I wonder at people going on
Buffering or spending their money on
worthless things, when Herblne is pro
curable, and so cheap." 60c a bottle at
A MOST FATAL GIFT,
WouW be the power of foreseeing
events. This would destroy hope. A
knowledge of the future would un
make happiness. There are, of course,
"some things about the future we do
know. If, for instance, a lack of energy,
ambition and loss of appetite shows it
self we know it will be followed by se
rious complaints if not checked. Often
Liver and Kidney trouble follow quick
ly. In any event Electric Bitters will
restroe you to health. . It strengthens,
builds up and Invigorates rundown sys
tems. Only 60c. Satisfaction guaran
teed by Fischer Drug Co.
One was pale and sallow and the oth
er fresh and rosy. Whence the differ
ence? She who Is blushing with health
uses Dr. King's New Life Pills to main
tain it. By gently arousing the lazy or
gans they compel good digestion and
head off constipation. Try them. Only
Flower festivals are held in Califor
nia during April and May. Take the
Santa Fe through tourist care. Colonist
rates April 1 to June 16, 1903. H. S.
Lutz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M.
"Just In the nick of time our little boy
was saved" writes Mrs. W. Watkins of
Pleasant City, 'Ohio. "Pneumonia had
' played sad havoc with him and a ter
rible cough set in besides. Doctors
treated him, but he grew -worse every
day. At length we tried Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, and
our darling was saved. He's now sound
and well. Every body ought to know,
it's the only cure for Coughs, Colds and
all Lung diseases. Guaranteed by Fis
cher Drug Co. Price 60c and $100. Trial
: bottles free. ' .
NEARLY FORFEITS HIS LIFE.
A runaway almost ' ending fatally,
started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J.
B. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111. For four
years It defied all doctors and all rem-
edles. But Bucklen's Arnica Salve had
no trouble to cure him Equally good for
burns, bruises, skin eruptions and piles.
26o at Fischer Drug Co.
Mrs. B. W. Evans, Clearwater, Kan.,
writes: "My husband lay sick for three
' months; the doctors stated he had
quick consumption. We procured a bot
tle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup and
It cured him. That was six years ago,
and since then we always kept a bot
tle in the house. We cannot do without
it For coughs and colds, it has no
equal." 25c, 60o and $1.00 a bottle at
Fischer Drug Co.
Introduced by Hon. H. H. Howard, (by request) Feb. 17, 1903; read first and
second time by title and ordered translated, printed and referred
to Committee on Territorial Affairs.
To Create the office of Game and Fish Warden of the Territory of New Mex
ico, to Provide for the Protection of Game and Game Fish,
and for other purposes.
Be it Enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico:
Section 1. Within thirty days after the passage of this act, there
shall be appointed by the Governor of the Territory of New Mexico, an offi
cer to be known as the game and fish warden of the Territory of New Mex
ico, whose term of office shall be two years and until his successor shall be
appointed and qualified, and whose duties shall be as prescribed by this
act. . ,,
Sec. 2. Such game and fish warden shall, before entering upon the
discharge of his duties, qualify by taking the oath now required by law to
be taken by officers of the Territory of New Mexico, and by filing with the
Secretary of the Territory, after approval by the Governor, a good and suf
ficient bond with two or more sureties, in the sum of two thousand dollars,
conditioned for the faithful performance and discharge of his duties; and
shall receive as full compensation for his services the sum of eighteen hun
dred dollars per annum to be paid monthly out of the territorial treasury in
the same manner as salaries of other territorial officers are paid.
Sec. 3. Such game and fish warden shall appoint deputies in each
county in this territory, who shall be residents of the county for which they
are appointed, and who shall be specially charged with the duty of enforcing
the fish and game laws of the Territory of New Mexico in their respective
counties, and such deputies shall receive in full compensation for their ser
vices, one-half of all fines imposed upon prosecutions procured or instituted
by them, and convictions secured thereunder, for violations of the game
and fish laws of this territory, and each deputy so appointed shall,
qualify by filing with the game and fish warden of the territory
of New Mexico, ah oath of office in the form now prescribed
by law for territorial officers. It shall be the duty of
the game and fish warden of the Territory of New Mexico and of each and
every deputy within his county, rigidly and strictly to care for and enforce
the provisions of this and all other laws of the Territory of New Mexico for
the protection of game and fish of whatsoever kind or description, and to in
stitute or cause the institution of prosecutions for any and all violations of
such laws, and to that end such game and fish warden and each and every
one of his deputies within their respective counties as aforesaid, are hereby
authorized and required to arrest without warrant, or cause to be arrested,
all violators of such laws, and to lodge accusations against them in a court
of competent jurisdiction in the premises; to gather evidence on -behalf of
the prosecution of such offenders, and to do any and all things necessary to
the punishment hereunder and under the laws of the Territory of New Mex
ico of any violations of this or any other law of said territory on the subject,
of fish and game and the protection thereof. ,
Sec. 4. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to catch, kill or
have in his possession, any species of trout or game food fish found in the
public streams or waters of this territory, unless such fish has been taken
with a hook and line attached to a rod or held in the hand, and unless such
fish be so caught or taken between the fifteenth day of May and the fifteenth
day of October i:i any year; and any person or persons catching, killing or
having in his or their possession any such fish taken in any other manner or
at other time than as herein permitted, shall be deemed guilty of a misde
meanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not less
than twenty-five dollars nor more than fifty dollars, or by imprisonment not
less than thirty days nor more than sixty days, or by both such fine and im
prisonment in the discretion of the court; and every fish caught or killed in
violation hereof shall cause a separate and distinct prosecution of such of
fender, as for a separate and distinct offense.
Sec. 5. No species of trout or other game food fish 6hall be taken in
any manner or at any time from the public streams or waters of this terri
tory, unless such fish be of a length not less than six inches, and any person
having in his possession at any time any fish taken from the public waters
or streams of this territory, the size of which is less than six inches in length,
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall
be punished by a fine of not less than twenty-five hor more than fifty dol
lars, or by imprisonment for not less than thirty nor more than sixty days
or by both such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the court.
Sec. 6. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, agents or em
ployes, or any association or corporation, to buy or sell, or to expose or
offer for sale, any species of trout or game food fish taken from the public
streams or waters of this territory, or any game known as elk, deer, an
telope, or mountain sheep, at any time during the year; and it shall be un
lawful for any railway, express company, stage line or other public carrier,
or any of their agents or employes, to receive or have in their possession
for transportation for market, any species of trout or game food fish taken
from the public streams or waters of this territory, or any game known as
elk, deer, antelope, or mountain sheep, or to transport the same for market,
after the passage of this act; and any person or persons, agents or employes
of any such association or corporation violating any of the provisions of this
section, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction there
of shall be punished by a fine of not less than fifty nor more than one hun
dred dollars. , - .
Sec. 7. It shall be unlawful for the owner or owners of any saw mill,
or any of the employes thereof, or any other person or persons whomsoever
to deposit, throw or in any way permit to pass into any natural stream or
any lake wherein are living fish, any saw dust, or any other substance that
will or may tend to the destruction or driving away of any such fish from
such water; and it shall be unlawful to use for the killing or catching of any
fish, any poisonous, deleterious or stupefying drug, dynamite, giant powder
or other explosive, at any time; and every person violating any of the pro
visions of this section, shall be deemed guilty of a felony and upon convic
tion thereof shall be punished by imprisonment for not less than six months
nor more than one year. .
Sec. 8. Every person, firm, company or corporation, their servants,
agents or employes, maintaining or keeping up any dam, ditch, weir or .
other artificial obstruction upon or in any of the streams or waters of this
territory, in which any food fish are liable to ascend, shall erect and maintain
at such dam, weir or other obstruction, a fishway or ladder suitable to enable
the fish to pass over, through or by, such obstruction; and any person, firm,
company or corporation, their agents, servants, or employes, failing to com
ply with the requirements of this section, shall be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of
not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars, or by imprisonment
in the discretion of the court; and each day on which such failure to comply
with the provisions of this section shall continue, shall be deemed to
constitute a separate and distinct offense hereunder.
Sec. 9. Within thirty days after the passage of this act, the Secretary
of the Territory of New Mexico shall cause copies hereof in Spanish and
English to be sent by mail to each postmaster in the Territory of New Mex
ico with an appropriate request accompanying the same that such copy
hereof in Spanish and English be posted conspicuously in view of the public
at the office of such postmaster. ; . (, ,
Sec 10 It shall be unlawful at any time of the year for any fisherman
or person whomsoever, to catch or kill or have in his possession, in any one
day, more than fifteen pounds of trout or other game food fish taken from
any of the public waters or streams of this territory, and any person violat
ing the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not less than
twenty-five nor more than fifty dollars, or by imprisonment for not less than
thirty nor more than sixty days, or by both such fine and imprisonment m
the discretion of the court. . . , . . . , .
Sec 11 No game fish shall be held in possession of or placed upon the
table of "any hotel, restaurant, cafe or boarding house, or named m its menu
or bill of fare as food for its patrons, either under the name.used in this act
or in the laws of New Mexico, or under any other name or guise whatever,
when the same shall come from any of the public streams or waters within
the Territory of New Mexico; or game known as elk, deer, antelope or moun
tain sheep, killed within the Territory of New Mexico, and whenever any
proprietor, manager, keeper or owner of any hotel, restaurant, cafe or
boarding house shall import any game or game fash into the territory it shall
be the duty of such proprietor, manager, keeper or owner, immediately to
report the fact to the game and fish warden of the Territory of New Mexico
or to his deputy within the county, and to apply for a permit to sell and
offer for sale the same, and upon satisfying the said warden or deputy by
. the production of invoices, bills of lading or other required proofs that the
game or game fish come from without the Territory of New Mexico, then a
permit shall be issued by such warden or deputy for a period not greater
than ten days to such proprietor, manager, keeper or owner of such hotel,
restaurant, cafe or boarding house, allowing him to sell and offer for sale the
same during the period stated in such permit. Provided, That the provis
ions of this section shall also apply to any business house or merchant with
in the Territory of New Mexico, importing, or offering for sale, or selhng
rame or game fish brought from without said territory. Any person failing
to comply with the provisions of this section or violating any of the provis
ions thereof r shall bri deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction.
Vmll ho Tumishfid hv a fine of not less
one hundred dollars, or by imprisonment for not less than thirty nor more
than sixty days, or by both such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of
the court. . ,
Sec. 12. Game fish as defined by this act are small and large mouth
bass and speckled trout of whatsover variety or species.
Sec. 13. The provisions of this act shall apply to all Indians on or off
the reservations in this territory or coming into this territory from adjoin
ing states or territories, and it is hereby made the duty of the Secretary of
the Territory to make certified copies of this act within ten days after the
passage thereof and send the same by registered mail to each and every
Indian agent in the Territory of New Mexico.
Sec. 14. Whenever the owner or lessee of lands within any enclosure
in this territory shall desire to protect or propagate any fish in any stream
within said enclosure, he may publish notices of such fact in both English
and Spanish warning all persons no to fish within such enclosure or water
described, which notice shall be by hand bills posted in at least three cons
picuous places on said premises; and by publication in some newspaper of
general circulation in the county where such cucloouro is situate, which
publication shall be for the period of three weeks or three consecutive pu
blications of such newspaper. After the publication and posting of such
notice it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to trespass on said
premises, for the purpose offfishing and any person or persons so trespas
sing shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof
shall be punished by a fine of not less than twenty-five dollars nor more than
fifty dollars, or by imprisonment for not less than thirty nor more than
Sec. 15. After the passage of this act, and for a period of two years
thereafter, it shall be unlawful to kill or in any wise destroy an elk, antelope
or mountain sheep in the Territory of New Mexico, and any person violat
ing the provisions of this section, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not less than
fifty nor more than one hundred dollars, or by imprisonment for not less
than sixty days, or by both such tine and imprisonment at the discretion of
the court. .
Sec. 16. After the passage of this act it shall be unlawful to kill, wound,
or in any way destroy any deer within the Territory of New Mexico, except
that such deer, the animal being with horns, may be killed with a gun dur
ing the months of November and December in each year: Provided, That
no person shall kill or have in his possession more than one deer during
said months of November and December in each year.
Sec. 17. The word "game" as used in this act, to be distinguished from
the words "game fish" wherever used, is hereby defined to read elk, deer,
antelope and mountain sheep.
Sec. 18. Any person violating the provisions of Section 16 of this act,
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof by any
courtof competent jurisdiction shall be punished by a fine of not less than
twenty-five nor more than fifty dollars, orimprisonmentfornotless than thirty
nor more than sixty days, or by both suchfii-eandimprisonmentatthediscre-tion
of the court: Provided also, That one-half of all fines collected for vio
lations of this act, shall be turned iu to the county treasurer of each county,
to be distributed in the school fund of the county in which the offense was
Sec. 19. Chapter LI of the Session Laws of 1899 of the 33rd Legislative
Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico, is hereby repealed, and all acts
and parts of acts in conflict herewith are hereby repealed, and this act shall
take effect and be in force from and after its passage.
f axative Rromo
Cures c Cold InOneDay, Ci-Spra 2 Days
Spring, Summer, Ife
ANYTHING & EVEEYTHING WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Fjawdl Land Grant
FARING LAffDS UfJDER IIRIG ATIOJV SYSTEFJ.
These arming lands with perpetual water rights are now tetrg offered
for sale In tracts of lorty acres and upwards.
Price of land with jfrpetual water rights from $17 to S J5 Acre. &3
eoidtng to location. Payments may be nude In ten year Installments.
Alfalfa. Grains, Fruits of all kinds, and Sugai Beetc grow to perfection
On this Grant, about forty ml es west 01 springer, New Mexico, re the
gold mining districts of Ellzabethtown and Baldy, where Important mln
eral discoveries have lately been made. Claims on unlocated ground u.
be made under the Mining Regulations of the Company, which are '
favorable to the prospector as the TJ. S. Government Laws
Near Baton, Now Mexico, on this Grant, are located the COAL MIAF?
of the Baton Coal and Coke Company, where employment mav be foutd
at good wages for any wishing to work during thr teas ins that farm
work ot prospecting can not be successfully done.
For particulars and advertising matter apply to
The Maxwell Land Grant Co
RATON. HEW MEXICO
0J0 CAUEJITE I(0T SPRINGS.
These Celebrated Hot Springs are lo
cated In the midst of the Ancient Cliff
Dweller, twenty-five mile west of
Taos, and fifty miles north of Santa Fe,
an7 about twelve miles from Barranca
Station, on the Denver Bio Grande
Railway, from which point a daily line
of states run to the Springe. The tem
perature of these water 1 from N to
Ul decree. The gases are carbonic Al
titude, (.00 feet Climate very dry and
delightful the year round. There 1 now
a eonunodlou hotel for the convenience
of invalid and tourist. These water
contain 1,(86.24 grains of alkaline salt
to the gallon, being the richest alkaline
Hot Springs In the wona. Tne emj
of these water ha been thoroughly
ANTONIO JOSEPH, Proprietor
' . to . :
MEXICO CITY AND RETURN
Hexican Central Railway
- On account of the Cattlemen's Convention in El Paso, March 10th,
the Mexican Central Bailway will tender a rate of 830.00 to Mexico
City and return. Special arrangements have been made for the ex
tension of tickets reading into El Paso when holders wish to take
side trip to Mexico. - Tickets on sale March 11th to 14th Inclusive.
Limit thirty days from date of sale. Stop-overs permltted
W. D- MURDOCH, A. G. P. A., W. S. MEAD
City of Mexico Commercial Ag'tElPaso.
Tk trad mM ttvm on
than twenty -five dollars nor more than
J. H. BLAIN. Santa Fe. N. JH.
tested by the miraculous cures attests
to In the following diseases: Paralyst' ,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Consumption!
Malaria, Bright' Disease of the Kid-,
nera, Syphllltlo and Mercurial Affeo
tlons, Scrofula, Catarrh, La Grippe, all
Female Complaint, etc, etc Board,
Lodging and Bathing, M.W per day; U4
per week; 160 per month. Stage maets
Denver trains and waits for Santa Fe
train upon request This resort Is at
tractive at all season, and 1 open all
winter. Passenger for OJo Callente can
leave Santa Fe at M:08 a. m. and reach
OJo Callente at I p. m. the same day
Fare for the round trip from Santa Fe
to Ojo Callente, 17. For further partic
Callente. Taos County, N. JM
. atrtMi. Mall
iae general stanaara or measurement
womanhood is ngrpwn-up-ness."
ea a girl is emancipated from school
ana arrives at the dignity of trailing
fklrta ana elaborate hair dressing she fi
looked upon as
a young woman.
of such stand
ards. When the
tion is establish
is attained ac
cording to her
there is need of
and caution. It
is girlish ignor
ance or neglect
at this critical
time which often
results in long
years of after
Serceive the evi
ences of func
ment in young gins snouia promptly
have them begin the use of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. It establishes reg
ularity, tranquilizes the nerves and tone
up the whole system.
"My troubles started during my girlhood,"
write! Mis3 Flora I. Greer, of 107 Howe Street,
Akron, O., "but did not prove scriou, until 1893.
From that time I did not see a well day. I
suffered at every monthly period with terrible
headache, Irritation of the spine and pains iu
my heels. 1 had soreness through my hips and
ovaries all the time and constant backache.
One doctor would tell me one thing ailed me,
another would say something altogether differ
ent, but they only relieved me. I then wrote
you and followed your advice. I took five bottles
of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, four of
Golden Medical Discovery' and five vials of
Pellets.' Have not had a single symptom of
my old trouble so far. Can sleep good, worlc
hard, and eat solid and substantial food with
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse the
bowels and stimulate the sluggish liver.
TO THE PECOS VALLEif OP
NEW MEXICO AND SALT
RIVER VALLEY, OF
Efiectlvo February 15th, continuing
daily until April 3()th the Santa Fe will
sell reduced rate Colonist tickets from
point In the cast as follows: From Chi
cago 833,00 from Missouri River points,
825.00, theso rates will apply from inter
mediate points, where regular rates are
higher. Colonist rates to California and
the Northwest will be announced later,
for particulars call on any agent of the
W. J. BLACK, G. P. A., Topeka, Kas.
H. S. LUTZ, Agent,
Santa Fe, N. M.
Notice for Publication.
(Small Holding Claim No. 2178.)
Department of the Interior.
Land Office at Santa Fe. N. M Feb. IS, 1903.
Noticejis hereby given that the following
named claimant has filed notice of his inten
tion to make filial proof in support of hi
claim under sections 16 and 17 of the act of
March 3, 1HS1 (26 Stats.. 854), as amended by
the act of February 21. IBM (27 Stats., 470), and
t hot said proof will be made before Kesrlster
U. S. L. O. at Santa Fe, X. M.,on March 30,
1903, lis: Sw H tuv H and lot 4, sec 3: se H 11s
H. and lot 1, sec 4, tp Is n, rl) e, N. M. P. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his actual continuous adverse possession of
said tract for twenty years next preceding
the survey of the township, viz:
Jose Romero, of Agua Fria. N, M . : Sixto
Garcia, of Santa Fe, N.M.; Felipe Pino, of
Agua Fria. N. M.; Kobert II. Willison, of San
ta Fe. N. M.
Any person who desires to protest PKaiiist
the allowance of said proof or who knows of
any substantial reason under the luws and
regulations of tho Interior Depurtment w hy
such proof should not he allowed will be
given an opportunity at the above-mentioned
time and place to cross-examine the witnesses
of said claimant, and to oifer evidence in
rebuttal of that submitted hy claimant.
Manuel K. Oieho, Register.
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