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The Same Mistake is Made by Many Santa Fe People. It's common error. To plaster the aching back. To rub with liniments rheumatic joints. When the trouble comes from the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills cures all kidney ills. Are endorsed by Santa Fe citizens. Manuel Montoya of Canon St., says: "Eight months ago and for a year and a half previous to that my back ached continually. If there was any time when a change was noticeable it was during wet and rainy spells when possi bly the aching increased. Doan's Kid ney Pills procured at Ireland's Phar macy effectually stopped the aching and what to me is considerable more importance and value, during the last eight months there has not been a sign of a recurrence." . For sale by all dealers; price 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Colonist Bates 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 832.00; Spokane, $34.90 Portland, Seattle and Tacoma, $37.00. For particulars call on agents of the san'.a re. H. S. LUTZ, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M W. J. Black, G. P. A., Topeka.VKan. WELL AGAIN. The many friends of John Blount will be pleased to learn that he has entirely recovered from his attack of rheuma- tism. "Chamberlain's Pain Balm cured him after the best doctors in the town (Monon, Ind.) had failed to give relief. The prompt relief from pain which this liniment affords is alone worth many times its cost. For sale by all drug' gists. Flower festivals are held in Califor nia during April and May. Take the Santa Fe through tourist cars. Colonist rates April 1 to June 15, 1903. H. S. Lutz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. THE PLOT THICKENS. But that has nothing to do with the fact that there is not a better Salve on earth than Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's a re liable Cure for Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Corns, Sores and Salt Rheum. Tried and tested and proved infallible for Piles. Only 25c. Satisfaction guaran teed or money refunded by Fischer Drug Company. LOST HIS NERVE. Those who climb mountains frequently And the dizzy depths too much for them and lose their nerve. Such Is al so the experience of those who neglect their stomac!hs or bowels. Self preser vation demands Dr. King's New Life Pills. They are gentle, but thorough. Only 25c, at Fischer Drug Comuany. The Santa Fe will run personally con ducted Excursions to California tri weekly during Colonist period, April 1 to June 15, 1903. H. S. Lutz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. CHILDREN'S COUGHS AND COLDS. - Mrs, Joe McGrath, 327 E. 1st St., Hut chinson, Kan., writes: "I have given Ballard's Horehound Syrup to my chil dren for coughs and colds for the past four years, and find if the best medi cine I evef used." Unlike many cough syrups, it contains no opium, but will soothe and heal arty disease of the throat or lungs quicker than any other remedy. 25c, 50c, and. $1.00 at Fischer Drug Company. The Santa Fe will haye Colonist tic kets to California on sale April 1 to June 15 Inclusive, at rate of $25. It will pay you to wait for ojir rates.' Services unsurpassed. H. S. Lutz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. Jt"r rr- -- ' -f m v.'' DEATH RATEjJDBCREASING. The 1900 census shows a decrease of 10 per cent in the general death rate. The deollne in Consumption is more marked than any other disease. Many causes are attributed, but it is safe to say that Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is re sponsible for this decline, to a large ex tent. Many a life has been saved by Its use." There Is nothing - anywhere just as good for Lung and Throat troubles.' It's positively guaranteed by Fischer Drug Co., Druggists. Price SOo and $1.00. Trial bottle free. SO SWEET AND PLEASING IN . ." TASTE.. i-.r-( Mrs. C. Peterson, 625 Lake St., To peka, Kan., speaking of Ballard's Hore hound SvruD. Rfivn: "It has never failed to give entire satisfaction, and of all cough' remedies, it is my favorite ,and I must confess to my many friends that It will do, and has done, ' what is claimed for it to speedily cure a cough or a cold; and It is so sweet and pleas ing in taste." 25c, 50c, and $1.00 bottle at Fischer Drug Company. MORE RIOTS. Disturbances of strikers are not near ly as grave as an Individual disorder of the system.' Overwork, loss of sleep, nervous tension will be followed by utter collapse, unless a reliable remedy is immediately employed. ; There's nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful tonic, , and effective nervine and 'the greatest all around medicine for run down systems. It dispels Nervousness, " Rheumatism, and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs. Only 60c, and satisfaction guar anteed by Fischer Drug Co. . r , A or facilities are complete Urn ui invBup - Book, Pamphlet, Catalogue, and General Printing and Binding. We do only the Best grades of " work and solicit the business of firms and individuals desiring "something afcovt the ordinary at simply a consistent ran for the character of work we turn out. AH orders promptly attended to, and estimatee furnished on application - mwioxMAYnnnrnraco. HIS BULGARIAN SETTEE The Dog That Bed Gallagher Sold to Zuokermeister. The Williamsburg Hatter Would Like to Find Bed and a Mr. Devere, Who Wanted to Buy a Bulga rian Setter. ERR ZUCKEB MEISTER, who has a hat store in Pickleville, W 1 1- liamsbur gh, is looking for a young man, by name Red Gal lagher. The little German hatter is not inserting advertisements in the newspapers, nor has he asked the po lice to send out a peneral alarm for his man, but should he ever meet him the grand jury will have a homicide complaint t.) answer.. ' lied Onllaplier has an unenviable rep utation in Pickleville. He is a lanky, lantern-jawed fellow, with a freckled lace and u fiock of red hair tlial lools lile a door mat. His specialty is rob bing the clotheslines of back yards ,it night; but there is nothing he would f lop at, even to scraping the paint sign f; nm the window of a Chinese laundry just for the sake of stealing iiometliing. lied was known to llerr Zuckcrmristeg only in a general way, that is, the lit tle German did not know that" he had il l acord and picture in the rogues' gal- leiy. The record reads something like this: " No. 1,878, James Gallagher, alias Red, '"1 years old In 1889, is five feet nine incher tall, slim built, has gray eyes and red hair, freckled face, scar on chin anil let ters "J. G." tattooed on right forearm, Gallagher Is an all-round sneak thief and second story man. He served two terms in Crow Hill penitentiary for petty larceny, and was convicted In 18S8 for assault and robbery and sentenced to three years In state prison. Zuckermeister knew him only by sight, and from hearing his name men tioned in the saloons. On one line spring day recently the little German hatter was sunning himself in the door way of his store When Red sauntered along leading a dog almost as long and lanky as himself, and with hair of a similar color. He walked right into Zuckermeister's store, greatly to the hatter's surprise, and, in a cheery tone, exclaimed: "Hello, Zuck, I wanter git a hat de latest style, an' one of der best yer got see?" Now, Zuokermeister had never spoken to Bed, but overlooked the familiarity of this greeting in his excitement. He took several hats out and laid tflem on the counter. "I got a hat here once before, an' it fit me face like a fiddle, but I bought this one at another Dutchman's, an' I don't like it fera cent sec?" said Bed, tying his dog to a leg of the counter. Zuckermeister only smiled and hand ed Red a derby. Red tried several, and finally decided" on one which was marked $1.90, but which Zuckermeister let go at $1.75. Red pulled out a two- dollar bill, paid for the hat, and in the meanwhile conversed with the hatter. "Say, what d'yer t'ink of dat dog, Zuckcr?" asked Bed. "Oh, he looks pooty goot. Vat kind of a tog it is?" He's a new breed. Dey calls 'em Bulgarian setter, cross between a Gor don and Irish setter. Dis one took ;a first prize at de dog show, an' I'm takin' him down ter have him trimmed fer 'not her show. I wouldn't sell him fer less than $25." .. He must be a goot tog," remarked Zuckermeister. Yer kin betcher last calooper dat he is. - Hay, 1 in goin ter leave him here fer an hour or so while I goes down an' wets me new topper wid de gang. Will you take care of him?" Do he bite?" asked the hatter, glanc ing at the lean chops of the brute. Bite!" exclaimed Red, in disgust. "Why, dat dog is a thoroughbred. Why, he's trained' so fine that he wouldn't WALgJED 'BIGHT INTO ZUCKCBMIKSTEB'fl . . '' 8TOBK. bite a spring broiler if yer shoved it at him, so don't be afraid of nuttin' like dat." ' ' - '- "Well, I keep him," said the hatter, resignedly. "Take good care of him now, will yer?" was Bed's parting remark, as he strolled out with a new derby. .. The little hatter ges-.d cuKously at the Bulgarian setter, and even ventured near enough to stroke him. He was en gaged in doing this when a prosperous looking individual with plenty of jew elry bustled in. "How are you," exclaimed the new custome, in a hearty tone, as he looked Zuckermeister from head to foot. With out waiting for a reply he continued: "I want to get a silk hat. Have you got any good ones?" . "Oh,-yes. How much do you want to pay?" ' ': : ; --'c "Hang the expense! Trot out the best you got." The hatter, flustered somewhat by the brusqueness of his customer, went CURES SCIATIC RHEUMATISM. Mrs. A. E. Simpson, 09 Craig St, Knoxvllle, Tenn., . writes, June ' 10th, 1899: "I have been trying the hatha of Hot Springs, Ark.,' for sciatic rheuma atism, but I get more relief from Bal lard's Snow Liniment than any medi cine or anything I have ever tried. En closed find poBtoflloe order for ;1 $1.00. Send me a large bottle by Southern Ex press." Sold by Fischer Drug Co. . - to the show window and handed out the best he had. "I haven't got much time, but I sup pose why, hello! Say, that dog is a Bulgarian setter. I didn't notice him before. Whe-re did you get him?" "Oh, I haf hiui here for a customer." "You have? Well, he's a prize beauty. hat do yon want lor him?" "I am not selling' him." "Well, I thought you said you . had hiin for a customer. I'll give you $50 for him. "Ididn'tthink he wassomuchvorth," said the batter. "You didn't!" vehemently exclaimed the customer; "why, just say the word and I'll strip a $50 wrapper from my roll and take the dog." Herr Zuckermeister smiied, and, with a funny little twinkle in his eye, said : "Veil, I haf to ask inein f rau about it. If you come round in a hour or two maybe I sell him." "All right. I'd like to get that dog very much. He's a valuable animal und a fine specimen of his breed," said the sporty customer. keeping up a running lire or com ments about the dog's line points the sporty customer turned his attention to the ostensible object of his visit, the purchase of a silk hat. He (Inallv i lected one for $0, and nullh-jf out a roll of bills laid down $1 with a card nearm;;- the name "Richard E. Devere." Then he said: "Just keep that for deposit, and I'll come back at live o clock for the hat and the dog, if you want to sell them." Mr. Devere hustled out, and Zucker meister stared after him. The sporty customer had made quite an impression on the little German hatter. Half an hour afterward Bed Gallagher came sloping down the street with his new hat tilted over his right eye and a big cigar tilted up to meet it. "Halloo, Zuckor! Say, I'm back for that pup o' mine. He's all right, isn't he'" . lie . , . "Yep. I guess heV able to eat von square meal," laughed the hatter, as he gazed at the lanky dog. "He don't need a meal. Dat's his nnt- "I'll give you $50 fob iiim." eral condish. I just fed him before I took him out." "Do you want to sell him?" asked the hatter, innocently. "Well, I'm not stuck on gettin' rid o'him. Why?" "Oh, veil, I don't know. I chust asked you, Maybe 1 knows somebody who buys him. "Buys him? Do you know how much he's worth?" The hatter shrugged his shoulders. "He's worth every cent of a cool hun dred plunks if he's worth a cent." "But you said you would sell him for $25.". "Well, what if I did?" "I vos thinking thatr l would like to haf a dog myself, and maybe I gif you $25 for him." Bed appeared to deliberate for some time, but after a few minutes of sus pense, said: "Well.'nobody but you could have him for that money? He's dirt cheap at that." Zuckermeister hurried to his money drawer and, counting out the amount agreed upon, in $1 bills, handed it over. Bed tied the dog to the eounter leg again, and with a sigh said : "I hates ter part wid him. Be sure you'll good take care of him, won't yer?" . "Oh, yes," said the hatter as Bed van ished with the $25. . That occurred two weeks ago, and Mr. Devere never turned up. Zuckermeis ter nearly lost his eyesight looking for him on the afternoon that Bed sold the berg, the butcher, who is an expert on though he kept his shop open until nearly midnight he saw no sign of De vere. The next day he called in Stutzen berg, the butcher who is an expert on dogs, to look his bargain over and give his opinion. "What kind of a dog is it?" asked the hatter, anxiously, after Stutzenberg had examined the brute. "I don't think it is a dog at all unless you call a 'sooner' a dog." "What is a sooner?" ' "Why, a beast that would sooner eat and sleep than do anything else." "How much is he worth?" asked Zuck ef meister. "Well, I should say that anybody who paid more.than 85 cents .for him had bought a gold brick." How much 1 did you give for him?"' ' Zuckermeister was speechless by this time, and the next moment he had an attack of what Stutzenberg called rabies. He has not been feeling well since, but he thinks he will improve if no catches a sight of Bed Gallagher or the mysterious Mr. Devere. N. Y. Sun. WAKEFUL CHILDREN. For a long time the two year old child of Mr. P. L. McPherson, 69 N. Tenth St., Harrisburg, Pa., would sleep but two or three hours in the early part of , the night, which made It very, hard for her parents. Her mother concluded ; that the child had stomach trouble, and gave her half of one of Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets,- which quieted her stomach and she slept the .. whole night through. Two boxes of these Tablets have effected a permanent cure and she la now well and strong. For sale by all druggists. - A PHYSICIAN 'WIHTES. , "I am desirous of knowing If the pro fession can obtain Hedblne In bulk for prescribing purposes?. It has been of great use to me in treating ; cases of dyspepsia brought on by excesses or overwork. I have never known It to fall A restoring the organs affected to their healthful activity." . 50o bottle at Fischer Drug Company. , VJIII It Cur e T.7e ? That's the personal question a woman asks herself when she reads of the cures of womanly diseases by the use of Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Why shouldn't it cure her ? Is it a complicated case? Thousands of such cases have been cured bv "Fa vorite Prescription." Is it a condition which local doctors have declared in curable? Anions' the hundreds of thou sands of sick women cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription there are a great many who were pronounced incurable by local doctors. Wonders have been worked by "Favorite Pre scription" in the cure of irregularity, weakening drams, inflammation, ulcera tion and female weakness. It always help9. It almost always cures. dTlirf vnra aan writes Mrs. Tohn Graham. of 2018 Plumb Street, (Frankford) Philadelphia, Pa., I had a very bad attack of dropsy which left me with heart trouble, and also a very weak back. At times I was so bad that I did not know what to do with myself. My children advised me to take your ' Favorite prescription,' but I had been taking so much medicine from the doc tor mat i was aiscouragea wiin cvcvyimug-. j mme to PhilsdelDhia two vears aro. and nick ing up one of your little books one day began to read what your medicine had done for others, I determined to try it myself. I took seven bot tles, and to-day I am a strong;, well woman, weighing 162 pounds. Have gained 23 pounds Since I started to use 'Favorite Prescription.'" Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets clear the aomplexion and sweeten the breath. TO THE PECOS VALLEY OF NEW MEXICO AND SALT EIVEE VALLEY, OF ARIZONA. Eflectlvo February 15th, continuing daily until April 30th the Santa Fe will sell reduced rate Colonist tickets from point In the east as follows: From Chi cago $33,00 from Missouri Elver points. 825.00, these rates will apply from Inter mediate, points, wnere regular rates are higher. Colonist rates to California and the Northwest will be announced later, for particulars call on any agent of the santa to, W. J. BLACK, Q. P. A., Topeka, Kas H. S. LUTZ, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M ' . READ IT THROUGH. Twould spoil This Story to Tell It In the Headlines. To use an eighteenth century phrase, this is an "o'er true tale." Having happened in a small Virginia town in the winter of 1902, it Is a story very much of the present. Up to a short time ago, Mrs. John E. Harnion, of Melfa Station, Va., had no personal knowledge of the rare curative proper ties of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. "Last January," she says, "my baby took a dreadful cold, and at one time I feared she would have pneumonia, but one of my neighbors told me how this remedy had cured her little boy and I began giving it to my baby at once and it soon cured her. I heartily thank the manufacturers of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for placing so great a cure within my reach. I cannot recom mend it too highly or say too much in its favor. I hope all who read this will try it and be convinced as I was." For sale by all druggists. Omsral Assembly of the Presbyterian Church In the U. S. A. Los Angeles, May 21st to June 2nd, National Association of Master Plumb en of the V. 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. Stde ride tickets will be issued in connection with these tickets from Albuquerque to City of Mexico and return at rate of 825.00 for the round trip for further particulars call on any agent of the Santa Fe. H. S, Lutz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. W. J. Black, G. P. A. ; Topeka, Kas. ' Notice for Publication, j (Small Holding Claim No. 2178.) , Department of the Interior. Land Offloe at Santa Fe. N. M., Feb. 18, 1903. Notioejls hereby given that the following named elaimant has filed notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of his claim urder sections 16 and 17 of the act of March 8. 1891 (26 Stats., 854), as amended by the act of February 21, 1893 (27 Stats., 170). and that said proof will be made before Kegistcr U . a. if v. at santa jre, n. n., on nuiron ov, 1903, vis: Sw H nw and lot 4, see 3; se X ne H and lot 1, see 4, tp M n, r9 e, N. It. P. M. (MiloHIll). - , He names the following witnesses to prove his actual continuoni adverse possession of wid tract for twenty years next preceding the survey of the township, viz : Jose Romero, of Ague Fria, N, M.: Slxto Garcia, of Santa FerN. M. JjfpHpe Pino, of Agua Frhv N. M. ; Robert B. Wllllson, of San ta Fe. N. M. , Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of said proof, or who knows of any substantial reason under the laws and regulations of the Interior Department why such proof should not be allowed will be s-iven an opportunity at the above-mentioned time and place to cross-examine the witnesses of said claimant, and to offer evidence In rebuttal of that submitted by claimant . - j Makul B. Oixao, Begister. SPECIAL NOTICE. The New Mexican Printing Company has on nand a quantity of tablets made from ledger, linen, flat and book papers which they will close out at 10 cents ner pound. Suitable for school purposes and huslnessmsn, also useful for the borne. Only a limited supply. ; - Engraved visiting cards with or with out plate furnished by the New Mexi can Printing Company. - Santa Fe Filigree and Jewelry Mfg. Co. HOLD and SILVEQ H1EIE J N. A10NDRA60N. Algr. i 8. B. Corner Phua, San Francisco 8t I MirT 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. Office 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 th courts in the territory. Santa Fe, Nev Mexico. WILLIAM H. H. LLEWELLYN, Attorney-at-Law, Lai Cruces, New Mexico. District attorney for Dona Ana, Otero, Grant, Luna and Sierra Counties, Third Judicial District. CHAS. F. EASLET, (Late Surveyor General.) Attorney at law, Santa Fe, N. M. Land ana mining business a specialty. N. B. LAUGHLIN, (Late Associate Justice, Supreme Court of New Mexico.) SANTA FE - - NEW MEXICO. E. C. ABBOTT, Attorney-at-Law. Practices In the district and supreme courts. Prompt and careful attention given to all business. District attorney for the couatlec of santa Fe, Rio Arriba, Taos and Sao Juan. Santa Fe, N. M. EDWARD C. WADE, Attorney-at-Law. Practices in all the courts. "Mining cases and mineral natents a 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 LODGB No. 1, A., F. and A. It Regular communica tion first Monday in each month at Masonlo Hell at 7:10 p. m. C. F. EASLET, W. M. P. CRICHTON. Secretary. SANTA FE CHAPTER. No 1, R. A. M. Regular con vocation second Monday It each month at Uuontc Hal' at 7:81 p. m. MARCUS ELDODT, H. P ARTHUR SBLIGMAN, Secretary. SANTA FE COMMANDER'S ITclave fourth Monday in eacH ir Jn month at Masonic Hall at 7:80, p. m. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, E. C. F. 8. DAVIS, Recorder. I. O. O. E1- SANTA FE LODGE No. 2, I. O. O. F., meets everr Friday evening In Od Fellows' hall, San Francisco street. Vis itlag brothers welcome. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, JN. U. A. P. HOGLE Secretary. CENTENNIAL ENCAMPMENT, No. I, I. O. O. F. Regular communication the second and fourth Tuesday of ee month at Odd Fellows' hall. Visltln patriarchs welcome. JOHN BEARS, Bcrioe. MYRTLE REBEKAH LODGE, No. t, I. O. O. F. Regular meeting first anc third Tuesday of each month at Odd Fellows' halt Visiting brothers and sis ters welcome. SALLIE VANARSDALE, N. O. LAURA DAVIS, Secretary .sV. O. TJ". "W. GOLDEN LODGB, No. t, A. O. U. W., meets every second and fouru Wednesdays at 8 p. m. , C. C. PIERCE, Master Workman. JOHN C. SEARS, Recorder. :. OB" IP- SANTA FB LODGB, No. 2, K of P.- Resular meeting every Tuesday eves lng at 7:20 o'clock at Castle hall. Visit ing knights given a cordial welcome. J. S. CANDELARIO, C. C. J. K. STAUFFER, K. R. 8. S. I. O. ULKS. SANTA FB LODGB. No. 460, B. P. Q. B.. holds Its regular sessions on tn second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. Visiting brothers are Invitee and welcome. A. B. RENEHAN, B. R. J. B. DAVIS, Secretary. 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. If It's a bilious attack, take Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and sale a quick recovery is certain. For by all druggists. MOilEY TO LOAM At the Nest Regular Meeting The MUTUAL BUILDING 4V LOAN ASSOCIATION Of Santa Fe Will Receive BIDS FOR LOANS H. N. WILLCOX, Secretary. Office: Catron dlock, Up Stairs. Fawell Land Gf ant FARIJiG LADS UJ.DER ipiGATIOJSYSTEH. These farming lands with perptsuual water rights are now telsg effered (or sale in tracts of iorty acres and upwards. Price of land with jrrpetual water rights from $17 to Zli fe acre. -3-eordlng to location. Payments may be nnde in ten year installments. Alfalfa, Grains, Fruits of all kinds, and Sugai Beetc grow to perfection GOLDMINES a On this Grant, about forty ml es west ot springer, New Mexico, ro tbe gold mining districts of Ellzabethtown and ilaldy, where important niln eral discoveries have lately been made. Claims on unlocated ground l. .. be made under the Mining Begulations of the Company, which are f.tvomlve to the prospector as the u. a. uovernment L,aws Near Baton, New Mexico, on this Grant, are located the COAL MIAKS of the Baton Coal and Coke Company, where employment mav be foutrt at good wages for any wishing to work during th ej na that farn. work or prospecting can not be successfully done. For particulars and advertising matter apply to The Maxwell Land Grant Co RATON. NEW MEXICO OJO CALIEfiTE These Celebrated Hot Springs are lo cated in the midst of the Ancient Cliff Dwellers, twenty-five miles west of Taos, and fifty miles north of Santa Fe, an about twelve miles from Barranca Station, on the Denver ft Rio Grande Railway, from which point a dally line of stages run to the Springs. The tem perature of these waters Is from N to 121 degrees. The gases are carbonic. Al titude, 6,00 feet. Climate very dry and delightful the year round. There Is now a commodious hotel for the convenience of invalids and tourists. These waters contain 1,(80.24 grains of alkaline salts to the gallon, being the richest alkaline Hot Springs In the world. The efficacy of these waters has beea thoroughly ANTONIO JOSEPH, Proprietor OJo Caliente. Taos County, N. Nl Saves You Jin IliUllliQIDll lilBliB THE DEIIVER & BIO 61)1 SYSTEJH Denver & Rio Grande, Rio Grande Western, Rio Grande & Santa Fe and Rio Grande Southern Railroads. THE POPULAR LINE TO Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Cripple Creek, Leadville, Glenwood Springs, Aspen, Grand Junction, Salt Lake City, Ogden. Butte, Helena, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland. Tacoma, and Seattle. Also Reaches all the Principal Towns and Mining Camps In Colorado, Utah and New Mexico. THE TOURIST'S To all Mountain Resorts Br The Only Line Passing Through Salt 1 A. EDSON, Msnsger, I' THROUGH SLEEPII CIS Denver, uoio. ""' ' S. K. HOOPER. Gen'l Pass'rsnd Ticket Agent, Denver, Colo. tub Jicv niexsco miliary instilutD. ROSWELL. NEW MEXICO. - - - ss sau-! OIlUtABf MML 9W row WW ajrtb nvrvowTK bt tm tmmmtoby. U iBilnetort, all graduates el- standard 'fm. . lew Buhalan. all ,urul.bln and JTSSLSSLT ttmm sssitisC r-MfBedi baths, water-works, all eenvealeneee. Telin . siri. nni ' -"Tit" " '' ta tar, urms. thirteen weeks eaeh. loiwsll Is a noted health lsSre8-Htha. Jafls, W. M. Beed, K. HajsJIlo., J. 0. Let, Md sV Oahooe, for partienlan address . Col J. 17. Wilfcon, Sa9rinteniat I(0T SPRINGS. tested by the miraculous cures attests to In the following diseases: Paralysl' , Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Consumption.! Malaria, Bright's Disease of the Kid-, neys, Syphilitic and Mercurial Affec tions, Scrofula, Catarrh, La Grippe, all Female Complaints, etc., etc. Board, Lodging and Bathing. 12.50 per day; U per week; 60 per month. Stage meets Denver trains and waits for Santa Fa train upon request This resort is at tractive at all seasons, and is open all winter. Passengers for OJo Caliente can leave Santa Fe at 10:08 a. m. and reaoh Oio Caliente at S p. m. the same day. Fare for the round tr! from Santa Fs to OJo Caliente, $7. For further nartlo ulars, address You will be somewhat surprised to learn that the Builington is the short line from Denver to the Northwest. Not everywhere, you under stand, but to many of the most important and popular points. Very Jow colonist rates will be in effect from February 15 to April 30. There will be a thro' tourist sleeper leave Denver every Wed nesday nlgtit to run thro' to Seattle in addition to our daily chair-car and standard sloepcr service. g. w. vallery; General Agent 1039 Seventeenth Street Denver, Colo. FAVORITE ROUTF Lake City Enroute to the Pacific Coast DENVER BETWEEN AND ALAMOSA SALT LAKE CITY CRIPPLE CREEK OGDEN - LEADVILLE PORTLAND GLENWOOD SPGS SAN FRANCISCO GRAND JUNCT'N LOS ANGELES rvi ivii tun r a DC service a la carts oh DIINIINU tAKa ALL THROUGH XBAINS A. S. HUGHES, oen I name manager n.mwr fnln Scratch tabletr for tale at this Advertise with us your busiiNM, and 1 increase JK ' Old pfbera for sals at this office. mm jeeee.e.ei e.e.pss.vslj m e