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THE NEW MEXICAN PRINTING COMPANY Entered aa Second Class the Santa Fe Postofflce. matter at The New Mexican Is the oldest news paper In New Mexico. It Is sent to ev ery postofflce in the territory, and has a large and growing circulation among the intelligent and progressive people of the Southwest. The number of newspapers In the ter ritory Is steadily on the Increase. A sure sign of progress this. Tlabe:l RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. Daily, per week, by carrier $ .25 Daily, per month, by carrier 1.00 Daily, per month, by mail 1.00 Daily, three months, by mail 2.00 Dally, six months, by mail 4.00 Daily, one year, by mail 7.50 Weekly, per month..; 25 Weekly, per quarter Weekly, six months 1.00 Weekly, per year 2.00 The United Statessupreme court has handed down an important decision In regard to the taxation of Indians, in which New Mexico is interested. The opinion holds that neither the lands held by the allottees of Indian lands, the permanent improvements nor the personal property used for the cultiva tion of the lands is subject to taxation. As the lands are held by the United States in execution of its plans relating to the Indians, without any right in the Indians to make contracts in reference to them, or to do more than to occupy and cultivate them, there Is no power in the state to assess and tax the lands for state or municipal purposes. This right cannot accrue until the lands are pat ented. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25. The ship subsidy measure has been buried again by congress, but like the statehood bill, it will bob up at the next session. There are but nineteen working days of the session left after today. Time waits for no man, not even members of the New Mexico legislative assembly. The public school system of the terri- tory Is progressing in the right direc tion and any law passed by the present assembly aiding in its progress will be approved by the people. The best public sentiment is not in favor of a change in the present Sun day observance law. But It is demand ed that the law be enforced alike in ev ery section and town of the territory. The public lands of New Mexico should be carefully and thoroughly guarded by strong provisions of the law. These lands are becoming more valuable as time advances. In the matter of territorial education al and charitable institutions. New Mexico leads the procession' in the United States, considering its popula tion and taxable property. The medical profession is making a strong fight on the bill recognizing and allowing the practice of the science of osteopathy in this territory, now pend ing in the assembly. The reason for this is not exactly clear to laymen. Both Roswell and Socorro last week reported temperatures of seven degrees below zero. Of course, that was excep- tional, but as the greatest cold that Santa Fe experienced this winter was five degrees below zero and that was extraordinary too, the healthseekers in this city can comfort themselves with the thought that they wouldn't have done better as far as a pleasant winter climate is concerned, even if they had gone a hundred or two hundred miles further south and to an altitude from 2,500 to 4,000 feet lower. Santa Fe among all the towns of the Southwest; has the finest winter and summer cli mate, which it owes to its peculiar lo cation that protects it from the winds in all directions and the gentle slope toward the Southwest of its location. The following is a synopsis of the im portant decisions handed down by the United states supreme court on Mon day: Lottery tickets cannot be shipped by express from one state into another; prize money is limited to crews within signaling distance; stock of railroads may: be taxed in the state where the owner resides, regardless of where the railroad is incorporated; franchises can be taxed only in the state In which they are issued; granite is classed as a mineral location; property of colleges outside of their buildings is subject to tax; the height of buildings may be limited by statute; municipal permits must be obtained for river improve ments within city limits; damages may be collected from the government by owners of property injured by dams or other improvements. It may be some comfort to the Re publicans to know the Democrats are responsible for the final killing of state- hood for New Mexico and Arizona at this session of congress, yet, the Re publicans know well enough that they have not covered themselves with glory in the statehood fight. Concerning the headquarters' of the geological survey of New Mexico, com mon sense and the public good both dic tate that its headquarters should be at the School of Mines at Socorro, and that the president of the faculty of that successful territorial institution should be its head and director. Governor Peabody has reduced the number of colonels on his staff to twen ty. Governor Orman, his Democratic predecessor, had thirty-five, and the Democratic governor of Georgia has 200. The Democratic love for display and gold braid cannot be hidden by prepos terous attacks upon the United States army. It is Uncle Sam who is outdoing all nations again in the charity act, the contributions from the United States for the suffering people of Finland ex ceeding the contributions of all other nations taken together. But Uncle Sam gets very little credit for his charity abroad and the foreigner does not love him any the more on account of it. The fact that some county officials are working quietly against the intro duction and passage of an act to create the office of traveling auditor, looks sus picious if nothing else. It is the honest county official who is anxious to have his books audited thoroughly and who desires to learn the legal and correct methods of doing business. Now that the omnibus statehood bill will not be permitted to interfere with the appropriation measures in congress it might as well be laid on the shelf un til the next session. And as Senator Beverldge and his crowd will be on deck nimin in the next congress, the New Mexican fears, although it hopes other wise, that statehood will remain an un f unfilled dream until after the preslden--Ual-election in 1904. The people of the fifth Judicial district seem to be pretty well united in de manding the passage of the law creat ing a separate district attorney district for Socorro county by the present as sembly. The desire of the people in this respect should be heeded, and that promptly. Representative Howard s bill providing for such a district should be -passed and without delay. The Incorporation of a railroad com pany to construct a line from Lumber ton In Rio Arriba county south to Gall! nH In the same county, a distance of forty miles, Is primarily for th con struction of a road to strike the timber belts along its line. There is much good timber In that section. It Is situated mostly on the Jtearilla Indian reserva tion and on government land. Sooner or later, however, the road must., be transformed Into a passenger and freight road and become part of the Denver and Rio Grande railroad sys tem. In any case its building will prove beneficial, although the indiscriminate destruction of timber and careless cut ting of the same for saw mill purposes la anvthlnir hut n benefit to fV com monwealth. THE GOOD WORK OF THE BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. The Las Cruces Progress in a recent issue editorially comments as follows upon the work that has been done and is being done by the Territorial Bureau of Immigration: . "The Bureau of Immigration has, through its secretary, Colonel Max, Frost, made its biennial report to Gov ernor Otero. It is very complete and shows what great Wood this board is doing for the advancement of the terri tory. The members are: William B, Bunker, 4th district, president; Gran ville Pendleton, 1st district, vice presi dent; Alfred Grunsfeld, 2d district, treasurer; Jose E. Torres, 5th district; Joseph W. Bible, 3d district; and Max. Frost of Santa Fe, secretary. Thousands upon thousands of copies of literature pertaining to the resources and advantages of the territory have been sent , out, the railroad companies rendering timely and efficient aid in the matter of distribution. Hundreds of copies of Governor Otero's report to the secretary of the interior for the years 1900-01 have been distributed through out the country. "The bureau is now at work gather ing mineral specimens from all sections of the territory for making a creditable exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase Ex position in 1904. Mining men through out the territory are being addressed and are asked for specimens to be sent to the bureau. When received they will be labeled, carefully packed and ar ranged to-be sent to St. Louis for the purpose above indicated. Much mater ial information and data have been gathered for the purpose of printing bulletins and pamphlets to be distribu ted at the World's Fair Exposition at St. Louis in 1904; photographs are be ing obtained and cuts of the same are being made for the purpose of illustrat ing such pamphlets and bulletins during the coming fiscal year as prescribed by the act of the legislative assembly; the bulletins are to be printed and to be ready for the opening of the exposition in 1904. "All indications point to the fact that owing to the efforts of the bureau, more capitalists, healthseekers, tourists and homeseekers have come to New Mexico during the years 1901 and 1902 than ever before in its history and that many persons, who finally made their perma nent home in the territory were brought here by the information scattered broadcast over the union in the publi cations of the bureau. "Colonel Max. Frost, the secretary, deserves the highest commendation from the people of New Mexico for his careful and efficient work, for which he has received, practically, no renumera tion when the immense scope of his la bors is considered. He has discharged the duties incumbent upon him in his capacity as secretary faithfully and promptly, even though the greater part of the small salary allowed" him has been given to a stenographer, sojapidly has the work of the office grown. Colo nel Frost Is par excellence the man-tor the place. He has an Intimate acquain tance with the territory in all Its as pects and understands how 'to get up attractive, convincing and -pulling.' lit erature. ' - ., ... . : "By all means this bureau 'should be allowed- a liberal appropriation by the' legislative assembly for the . . proper prosecution of Its work. The value of Its labors cannot " be . estimated, and the noble work it has been doing In he past should be recognized and mea'ns placed at its hands for the continuation of -this work in a manner benefiting the great commonwealth it is endeavoring to advance., " ' ''Gentlemen of the legislature, re member the Bureau of Immigration nd make the appropriation liberal." , , OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS..; Santa Fe, N. M., Feb. 23, 1903. It IS hereby certified, that The Ocean Acci dent and Guarantee Corporation, a cor poration organized under the laws of the Kingdom of Great Britain, whose principal office is nt New York City, New York, has complied with all the requirements of the laws of New Mexi co, so far as the requisitions of said laws are applicable to said company, for the year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Three. In testimony whereof, I, W. G. Sar gent, auditor of public accounts for the territory of New Mexico, have hereto set my hand and affixed my seal of office, at the city of Santa Fe, the day and year first above written. (Seal) W. G. SARGENT, Auditor of Public Accounts. The New Mexican Printing Company manufactures the best blank books and loose leaf ledgers in the southwest at very moderate prices. You will serve your own interests by patronizing this very deserving home manufacturing es tablishment. ., April Is one of the best months In the year to visit California. Wait for colo nist rates to California points via the Santa Fe, April 1 to June 15, 1903. H. S. Lutz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. ft neral Assembly of the Presbyterian , Church in the V. S. A. Los Angeles, May 31st to Juno 2nd, National Association of Blaster Plumb ers of the XJ. S. A. San Francisco, May 19th to 22nd, For the above occasions the Santa Fe will sell tickets to Los Angeles or San Francisco and return at a rate of 838.45 for the round trip, dates of sale May 13th to 19th. good for return passage until July 15th. Side ride tickets will bo issued in connection with those tickets from Albiiquerquo to City of Mexico and return at rate of S:5.00 for the round trip for further particulars call on any agent of the Santa Fe. H. S, Littz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. W. J.. Black, G. P. A. Topeka, Kas. The Santa Fe runs tourist cars daily from Chicago and Kansas City to Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Colonist tickets to California points will be hon ored on such cars April 1 to June 15, 1903. H. S. Lutz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. The Santa Fe will have Colonist tic kets to California on sale April 1 to June 15 inclusive, at rate of $25. It will pay you to wait for our rates. Services unsurpassed. H. S. Lutz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. U. Subscribe for the New Mexican. MISS FAY LEE, President of the Shakespearian Club, Kansas City. PROFESSIONAL CARDS- Attorneys at Law. MAX. FROST, Attorney at Law, Santa Fe, N. M. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, Office In Griffin Block. Collections and searching titles a specialty. EDWARD L. BARTLETT, Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Offlot in the Capitol. WILLIAM McKEAN, Attorney-at-Law. Practice in all the Courts. Taos, N. M, W. J. McPHERSON, Attorney at law. Practices in all the courts in the territory. Santa Fe, New Mexico. WILLIAM H. H. LLEWELLYN Attorney-at-Law, Las Cruces, New Mexico. District attorney for Dona An Otro, Grant, Luna and Sierra Counties Third Judicial District. CHAS. F. EASLEY, , (Late Surveyor General.) Attorney at law, Santa Fe, N. M. Land and mining business a specialty. N. B. LAUGHLIN, (Late Associate Justice, Supreme Court of New Mexico.) SANTA FE . - NEW MEXICO. " Your booklet came to mv home like a message of health when I had suffered with headache, backache and bearing-down pains. I was weak, nervous and hysterical and had not consulted any doctor, thinking it would pass away In time, but instead I found that the pains increased and were more frequent. I de cided to try Wine of Cardui and in a short time was much improved. It seemed to act like a charm. I kept up the treatment and the result was most satisfactory. Words fail to ex press my gratitude for the suffering that is now saved me. I am in fine health, physically and mentally. I can only say 'thank you', but there is much more in my heart for you." EARING-DCVN pains are the worst that women Enow, it J ' xiu tttt Lee. B you are sultering trom tins trou ble vou need not be uncertain about it. 'fho pains in the abdomen and back that feel as if heavy weights were pulling down on the nerves or the stomach are "bearing-down pains". They may not be particularly severe at present but tliey are growing worse. That headache which nearly drives you distracted now is caused by the terrible nervous tension.The nerves soon begin to give way under the strain. You perhaps jump at any unusual disturbance, or laugh or weep, hysteri cally, at no apparent cause. mi North Seventh Street, '.7.. n:i... r UclllMilS UlLtV, IVUllStlS, was coming to when she rescued herselt by taking Wine of Cardui. The .'Wine made her a strong, healthy woman again, as it has made a million other women strong and healthy. By induc ing regular menstruation the entire system is relieved of the terrible wasting drains. The ligaments which hold the womb in place are strengthened by a healthy flow and that organ is returned to its normal position. Returning health is the result. This is what Wine of Cardui has done for thousands of the best women in America. If you need advice write The Ladies' Advisory Department, The Chatta nooga Medicine Company, Chattanooga, Tenn., describing all your symptoms ffeely, and a letter of advice will be sent you. Secure a $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui from your druggist to-day. E. C. ABBOTT,. Attorney-at-Law. Practices in the district and supreme courts. Prompt and cnrcful attention given to all business. District attorney for the. couatiea of Santa Fe, Rio Arriba, Taos and Sat Juan. Santa Fe, N. M. WINEofCARDVI A million suffering women have found relief in Wine of Cardui. axative tcosao oamia Cures s CoW in Os? !?y, Grip 'in on every yySXf box. 33c THE OLD CURIO STORE EDWARD C. WADE, Attorney-at-Law. Practices in all the courts. "Mining cases and mineral patents s specialty." LAS CRUCES - - NEW MEXICO. DENTISTS DR. C. N. LORD, Office, Kahn Block, over Spitz' Jewelry Store. South Side of Plaza, C. O. HARRISON, D. D. S., Office: Over Fischer's Drug Store. On the Plaza. (Successor to Dr. Manley.) SOCIETIES Masonic. MONTEZUMA LODGE No. 1, A., F. and A. ll Regular commuolca tion first Monday In each moath at Masonic Hsll at 7: SO p. m. C. F. EASLEY, W. M. THE ORIGINAL Jake Gold-Curio Store JAKE GOLD, Manager. J. S. CANDELARIO, Prop Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Mexican and Indian Curio The Best Place to Buy Navajo Blankets, Indian and Mexican Potterv, Relics from the Cliff Dwellings, Indian Baskets, and in Fact all Sorts of Curios of Indian and Mexican Make Can Be Found at Our Store P. 0. BOX 346 SANTA FE, N. M F. P. CRICHTON. Secretary. SANTA FE CHAPTER, No 1, R. A. JI. Regular con vocation secoad Monday It each month at M iconic Haf at 7:31 p. m. , MARCUS BLDODT, H. 1 ARTHUR SBLIGMAN, Secretary. SANTA FE COMMANDER'S No. 1,' K. T. Regular . con clave fourth Monday in eacN month at Masonic Hall at GEO. W. KNAEBEL, E. C p. m. F. 8. SECOND HAND GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD Queensware, Hardware, Har ness, Saddles, Wagon Covers and Tents. Everything in the Household Line. , Give me a Call. No trouble to show my goods. It gives me pleasure. TELEPHONE NO. 5g. GOODS SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS Tinware, Chinaware, Enamel edware, Glassware, Picture Frames Made to Order, Car pets, Shades, Shade Rollers. Fancy Rockers, Sofas, Baby Carriages, Office Desks, Etc. STOVES AND RANGES. DAVID S. LOWITZKI Renavaud and Refui- 1 Throughout. Cuisine and Tab's Service Unexcelled The Palace Hotel WILLIAM VAJJGHN, PROP. Large Sample Rooms for Commercial Men. Santa Fe ..... - New Mexico TI(E Of AS. WAGj.Er FURfllTUE CO WE "LEAD IN EVERYTHING. Embaltncr and Funeral Director. Cnarles Wagner, Practical Embalmet. Chinaware, Glassware, Picture Frames and Moldings Stoves and Banns Frames Hade to Order Goods Sold on Eaav Favmenfe Telephone 10. San Francisco Street. Night Calls Answered fromesidence Telephone No. I. FIRE PROOF, STEAM HEATED, ELECTRIC LIGHTED, CENTRALLY LOCATED. LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN THE CLAIRE HOTEL SANTA FE, N. M. . American or European Plan. GEO. E. ELLIS, Owner and Proprietor. 7:30 DAVIS, Recorder. I- O. O. E SANTA FE LODGE No. 2, I. O. O. F., meets every Friday evening In Od Fellows' hall, San Francisco street, Vis Itlmg brothers welcome. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, N. G. A. P. HOGLE Secretary. THE OXFORD CLUB Price Mat WHISKIES AND BRANDIES 2 Drinks for 10 Cents each IMPORTED WINES 8 Drinks for 10 Cents CALIFORNIA WINES 2 Drinks for 5 Cents BOTTLED CALIFORNIA WINES 2 1 -at bottles for 25o " EXPORT LEMP'S BEER 2 1-qt bottles for 36o BTUE RIBBON BEER . , 2 l-qt bottles for 38c " 8 1 pt bottles for SOo LEMP'S KEG BEER 2 of those large glasses So each CIGARS LEADING BRANDS. Dry Climate 3 for 12c - - each King Coal 2 for 12c ' Frinoe Hal 2 for 13c - " Other brands 2 for 5c - " No extra charge made for clear water and matches. The above prices are subject to change after the 1st day of January, 1903. J. E. LACOME, Proprietor. 4 IMPORTANT GATE WAYS4 CENTENNIAL ENCAMPMENT, No. I I. O. O. F. Regular communiofttloi the second and fourth Tuesday of eacfc month at Odd Fellows' hall. VIsltlBi patriarchs welcome. JOHN SEARS, Scribe. A P. HOGLE Undertaker and funeral Director GALISTEO STREET Hsujiifrriii ii' i nt ' "a Best of.Refeence Given as an EMBALMER. Night Calls Wil be Answered From CLOSSON'SJLIVERY OFFICE. Telephone No. g. MYRTLE REBEKAH LODGE, No. I. L O. O. F. Regular meeting first and third Tuesday of each month at Od Fellows' hall. Visiting brothers and sis ters welcome. SALLIB VANARSDALE, N. G. LAURA DAVIS, Secretary. I R.J. PALEN, President. J. H. VAUGHN, Cashier. .A.. O. XT. W. GOLDEN LODGE, No. S, A. O. U. W meets svery - second - and fourl Wednesdays at t p. m. . C. C. PIERCE, , Master Workman. JOHN C. SEARS, Recorder. 3K. OB1 I?. SANTA FE LODGE, No. 2, K of P. Regular meeting every Tuesday evet lng at 7:81 o'clock at Castle hall. Visit lng knights gives a cordial welcome, J. S. CANDELARIO, C. C. J. K. STAUFFER, K. . S. HENRY L. WALDO, Vice President. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK , . - - ... . .. : .... . SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO United States Designated Depositary. i 33. I?- O. 333LICS. SANTA FE LODGE. No. MO, B. P. O XL, holds its regular sessions uc thf second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. Visiting brothers are Invitef and welcome. A. B. RENEHAN, D. R J. B. DAVIS, Secretary. BOOKS AND STATIONERY, Periodicals, School Books, School Supplies. Stationery Sundries, Etc, . ." . . . CATHOLIC CATECHISMS AND PRAYER BOOKS IK SPANISH. SPANISH NOVELS A SPECIALTY. Books not in stock ordered at eastern prices; subscriptions taken for all periodicals JACOB' WELTMER 'No Trouble to Answer Questions." the BALL" FAST TRAIJI This handsomely SaufDond train laves El Paso dall touia without change, where direct connections are made for the North nd East: also direct connections fa Shreveport tr New Orleans for all points in the Latest Pattern Pullman Buffet Sleepers Elegant New Chair Cars Seats Free Solid Vestlbuled Trains Throughout for d script! ve pamphlet, or other Infoi nation, call op or address E. P. TUBNER. G. P. AT. .. 2ALLAS i'KAS K. nnRTIS S. W. P A EL PA8C.TBXAS ARE YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHT And harassed by a bad cough? Use Bal lard's Horehound Syrup, it will secure you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure. 25c, 50c and $1.00 bot tle at Fischer Drug Co. Scratch office. tablets for sale "at 8 le wp's st. louis czrn. aJXKIlOMOF VNEBU. WAVK3S. tFHWBll The trade sopplM from on bottl ft ftMlofti. Mall often promptly 1IM aUADALUFK BTOBKT . BAHTA F MONEY TO LOAN! 8 at uuk place: At the Next Regular Meeting "'-' -The"r V; MUTUAL BUILDING L LOAN ASSOCIATION Of Santa Pe WillBeeelTe BIDS FOR LOANS H. N. WILLCOX, -v Secretary. Office: Catron dlock, Up Stain. f jr c af f ff MCtC iCC .QCQCQMC V! -WUl Be Found a Full Line of Table Wines for Family Trade'. Orders by Telephone .Will Be Promptly FUled t s - t : ' W. R. PRICE. Prop. Santa Fe, N. M. P. F. HANLEY DEALER X1T Fine Wines, Litraors&Cigars imported and Native Wines for Family-Use. ' OUR SPECIALTIES Old Crow, McBmyar. Quckenbeimer Rye, Taylor ., and Paxton, Old Jordan and Monogram, Ky., Whiskies. - SAN FRANCISCO STREET; SANTA FE, N.