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A FATAL MISTAKE.
Is Often Made by the Wisest of Santa Fe People. It's a fatal mistake to neglect back ache. Backache Is the first symptom of kid ney Ills. Serious complications follow. Doan's Kidney Pills cure them promptly- Don't delay until too late. " Until it becomes diabetes Brlght's disease. Read what a Santa Fe citizen says: "Lino Romero, driver of delivery wagon for Kaune and Company, resi dence Palace av., says: "Sometimes my back ached acutely, sometimes it was a dull pain just across the loins, and when in the acute stage, I have been laid up for two or three days at a time. I never took anything for It as the at tacks seemed to disappear as myster iously as they came, but when suffer ing from one I happened to read about Doan's Kidney Pills in a Santa Fe pa per, and I went to Ireland's Pharmacy for a box. It absolutely stopped the at tack." . For sale by all dealers; price 50 cents a box. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N. T. 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 833.00; Spokano, 834.50; Portland, Seattle and Tacoma, $37.00. For particulars call on agents of the Santa Fe.. H. S. LUTZ, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. W. J. Black, G. P. A., Topeka,-Kan. 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 druggists. Flower festivals are held1 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 find the dizzy depths too much for them and lose their nerve. Such Is al - so the experience of those who neglect their stomachs or bowels. Self preser vation demands Dr. King's New Life Pills. They are gentle, but thorough. Only 25c, at Fischer Drug Comuany. 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 it the best medi-, cine I ever used." Unlike many cough . syrups, it contains no opium, but will soothe and heal any disease of the throat or lungs quicker than any other remedy. 25o, 50c, and $1.00 at Fischer . Drug Company, 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. M. DEATH RATE DECREASING. The 1900 census shows a decrease of 10 per cent In the general death rate. The decline 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 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. SO SWEET. AND PLEASING IN . ' ; .. TASTE. Mrs. C. Peterson, 625 Lake St., To peka, Kan., speaking of Ballard's Hore hound Syrup, says: "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, 60o, 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" 50c, and satisfaction guar anteed by Fischer Drug Co. - WAKEFUL CHILDREN." -For a long time the two year old child of Mr. P. L. McPherson, 69 N. Tenth St., , Harrisburg, Pa., would sleet but two or three hours in the early part of the night, which made it very hard for her parents. 1 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. ; Substitute For House Bill No. 96. Reported to the House by Committee, February 26, 1903; read in full for in formation; read first and secondttime by title, ordered translated, printed, and referred to Committee on Agricul ture and Manufactures. AN ACT To Encourage Beet Factories, Woolen Mills, Smelters, Mills for the Treat ment of Ores, Lumber Mills and Factories and other Industrial Plants. Be it Enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico : Section 1. That all mills, smelters, factories and plants, and all addi tions to such plants erected after the passage of this act, for the manufac ture of sugar and other products from beets; for the smelting, refining and treatment of ores; for the manufacture of all kinds of 'woolen goods; and for the manufacturing of all kinds of lumber, shall be exempt from taxation for a period of three years after the same are in operation. Sec. 2. There shall also be exempt in the same manner and for the same period, all machinery and fixtures appertaining to such plant or plants, mills, factories, smelters and reduction and refining works, together with and including the land on which the same are located, not exceeding one hundred acres: Provided, however, And it is expressly understood that this act shall not exempt from taxation the raw material or the product when manufactured therefrom by any such plant or plants, mills, factories, smelters, and reduction and refining works. Sec. 3. No benefit shall be had under provisions of this act for any such mill, smelter, factory, reduction and refining works, unless the same shall be erected in good faith and in a substantial manner, and put in actual operation within two years after the passage of this act. - Sec. 4. This act shall be in force from and after the date of its pas sage, and all laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. House Bill No. 131. Introduced by Mr. Nestor Montoya, (by request of the Barbers of the City of Albuquerque,) February 24, J903; read first and second time by title, ordered translated and printed and referred to Com mittee on Territorial Affairs. AN ACT " - To Prohibit Barbers from Working on Sundays. Be it Enacted ly the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Few Mexico: Section 1. Any person or persons who shall be found on the first day of the week called Sunday, engaged in shaving or hair-cutting, as a business or ocupation, or who shall on said day be found working at the Barbers' trade or occupation, shall be pnnished by a fine not exceeding fifty dollars, nor less than twenty-five dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail of not more than fifty days, nor less than twenty-five days, in the discretion of the court, upon conviction before any justice of the peace court of the coun ty where said offense shall take place. ' Sec. 2. All fines collected under this act shall be applied to the school fund of the school district in which said offense was committed. And it shall be the duty of the sheriff or officer collecting said fine to pay the same to the county treasurer, to the credit of the school district of said county in which said offense was committed, within thirty days after collecting said fine, and shall take his receipt therefor. Sec. 3. This act shall be in full force and effect from after its passage. House Bill No. 130. Introduced by Mr. Carl A. Dalies, Feb. 25, 1903; read first and second time by title, ordered translated, printed and referred to Com mittee on Territorial Affairs. AN ACT , Relating to Registration Boards. Be it Enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico: Section 1. That Section 1711 of Chapter 2, under Title of Elections, of the Compiled Laws of 1897 of the Territory of New Mexico, be amended, that said Section 1711 shall read as follows: - . In such precincts wherein the vote cast in the last previous general election did not exceed one hundred votes, each member of the board of re gistration of such precinct shall be entitled to a recompense of three dol lars for the services in said registration. In such precincts wherein the votes cast in the last previous general election exceed the number of one hundred votes, each member of the board of registation in such preeincts shall be entitled to a recompense of six dollars for the services rendered in said registration. Sec. 2. All acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith are hereby re pealed and this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its pas- . House Bill No. 137. Introduced by Mr. W. H. H. Llewellyn, February 25,1903; read first and second time by title, ordered translated and printed and referred to Committee on Judiciary. AN ACT i- Relating to Powers of Probate Courts. Be it Enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Neto Mexico: Sec. 1. Where it is made to appear to the satisfaction of the probate courts that administrators of estates have in their power, custody or con trol personal property, choses of action, notes, bills, judgments, or other evidences of indebtedness, the actual title and ownership of which was not in the intestate at the time of his demise but was held by him for the benefi cial interest of some third person at such time, it is hereby made the duty of the probate courts to require the administrator to assign, set over and deliver the same to the beneficial owner. Sec. 2. All assignments, settings over and deliveries of the properties mentioned in the first paragraph of this act heretofore required to be made by the probate courts, and all ratifications of such transfers heretofore made by said courts are hereby validated us of the date of the action of said probate courts. : - Sec. 8. AH acts and parts of acts in conflict with this act are hereby ' .repealed . Sec. 4 .This act shall be in full force and effect from and after its pas- V i ii i ii 7 . i it in in n 1 f II a m i AT. THE TOP. It is a laudable ambition to reach the top of the ladder of success. ' But many a man who reaches the topmost rung finds his position a torment instead of a mimujlju. xic una sacrificed his health to success. A man can suc Ceed and be strong if he heeds Nature's warnings. When there is indiges tion, loss of an. petite, ringing in the ears, dizzi ness, spots be fore the eyes or palpitation of the heart : anv or nil of these Bvmntnms point to weakness and' loss ot nutrition. Dr. Pierce'9 dnlHon iwwi ical Discovery cures dis-: cases ui me stomacn and other organs of di gestlon and nutrition. By perfect and abund ant nourishment A'm. tribUted to earh vital organ it enables tlio mjwwi. tion of all the organs to pre-" serve the perfect health of iue uouy. hl2-.ibout '7? years 1 suffered from a very OMtinate case of dyspepsia," writes R. E. Secord, Bsq., of 13 Eartern Ave., Toronto, Ontario. "I tried a great number of remedies without sue- fliS"!1 , l03t,f ith. them 1 WRS o far gone that I could not bear any solid food in my stomach for a long time ; felt melancholy and.depressed. Could not sleep nor follow rav occupation. Some four months ago a friend recommended your ' Golden Medical Discovery.' v !Jk treatment I had derived so much benefit that I continued the medicine. I have taken three bottlea and am convinced it has In my case accomplished a permanent cure. I can conscientiously recommend it to the thou "US? of Jyspeptic throughout the land." The Common Sense Medical Adviser," 1008 large pages in paper covers, is sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. TO THE PECOS VALLEY OF NEW MEXICO AND SALT IUVEJ1 VALLEY, OF ARIZONA. Eflectlvo February 15th, continuing daily until April 30th the sianta Fo will noil reduced rate Colonist tickets from point In the cast as follows: From Chi cago $33,00 from Missouri River points, $25.00, 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 Santa Fo. W. J. BLACK, G. P. A., Topeka, Kas. a. 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. Harmon, 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. Notice for Publication. (Small Holding Claim No. 2178.) Department of the Interior. Land Office at Santa Fe. N. M.. Feb. 18, 190:1. NoticeSia hereby given that tho followii g named claimant has filed notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of hit claim under sections 10 and 17 of the act of March 8,1891 (26 Stats.. KM), as amended by tho aot of February 21, 1893 (27 Stats 170), and that said proof will be made before Register U. S. L. O. at Santa Fe, N. M , on March 30, 1903, vis: Sw & nw U and lot 4, seo 3; se H ne H. and lot 1, seo 4, tp IS n, r9 e, N. M. P. M. (Mllo Hill). 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. : Sixtn Garcia, of Santa Fe, N. M. : Felipe Pino, of Agua Fria. N. M. ; Robert B. Wlllison, of San ta Fe. N. M. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of Bald 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 ? riven an opportunity at the above-mentioned Ime and place to cross-examine the witnesses of Bald claimant, and to oifer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. ManobIi B. Otebo, Register. CURBS SCIATIC RHEUMATISM. Mrs. A. B. Simpson, 509 Craig St., Knoxville, Tenn., writes, June 10th, 1899: "I have been trying the baths 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 postoffice order for $1.00. Send me a large bottle by Southern Ex press." Sold by Fischer Drug Co. A PHYSICIAN WRITES. "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 fail in restoring the organs affected to their healthful activity." 60c bottle at Fischer Drug Company. . 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 per pound. Suitable for school purposea and businessmen, also useful for the home. Only a limited supply. Subscribe for the New Ifexfcas. Santa Fe Filigree and Jewelry Mfg. Co. SILVER FILIGREE. N. MONDRAGOM, Mgr. S. B. Corner Plica, San Francisco St V Maxwell Land Grant FARING LA?BS UjYDER ipiGATIOfTSYSTEM These farming lands with perpetual water rights are cow telsg offered for sale In tracts of lorty acres and upwards. Price of land with f rrpetual water rights from 817 lo 815 je acre, ac cording to location. Payments mar be mide In ton year Installments. Alfalfa, Grains, Fruits of all kinds, and Sugai Beets grow to perfection GOLD MINES. On this Grant, about forty ml es west ot Npnnger, New Mexico, re the gold mining districts of Elizabethtowc and iialdy, where Important run. eral discoveries have latoly been made. Claims on unlocated ground &. . be made under the Mining Regulations of the Company, which are favorable to tho prospector as the U. S, Government Laws Near Raton, Now Mexico, on this Grant, are located the COAL MIMJ'. of the Raton Coal and Coke Company, where employment mav be four at good wages for any wishing to work during thf aeasins that faru. work ot prospecting can not be successfully done. For particulars and advertising matter apply to The Maxwell Land Grhnt Co RATON. NEW MEXICO 0J0 CALIEfJTE i(0T SPRINGS. 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, an7 about twelve miles from Barranca Statloa, on the Denver 3c Klo Grande Railway, from which point a dally line of stages rua to the Springs. The tem perature of these waters is from M to 122 degrees. The gases are carbonic. Al titude, 6,010 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 1,686.24 grains of alkaline Baits to the gallon, being the richest alkaline Hot Springs in the world. The efficacy of these waters has beea thoroughly tested by tie miraculous cures attests to in the following diseases: Paralyat", Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Consumption, ! Malaria, Brlght's Disease of the Kid neys, Syphilitic and Mercurl-.; Affec tion!, Scrofula, Catarrh, La Grippe, all Female Complaints, etc., etc. Board, Lodging and Bathing, t'iM per day; 114 per week; S0 per month. Stage insets Denver trains and waits for Santa Fe train upon request. This resort la at tractive at all seasoas, and is open all winter. Passengers for Ojo Caliente caq leave Santa Fe at It: 08 a. m. and reaekl Ojo Caliente at S p. m. the same day. Fare for the round t-'ii from Santa Fa to Ojo Caliente, $7. For further partic ulars, address ANTONIO JOSEPH, Proprietor Ojo Caliente. Taos County, N. M Saves You I a. M l liipD 9 You will be somewhat surprised to learn that the Builington is the short line from Denver to th Northwest. Not everywhere, you under stand, but to many of the most important and popular points. Very low colonist rates will bs in effect from February 15 to April 30. There will be a thro' tourist sleeper leave Denver every Wed nesday nljjfit to run thro' to Seattle in addition to our daily chair-car and standard slooper service. G. W. VALLERY! General Agent 1039 Seventeenth Street Denver, Colo. TE DW & BIO Gill SYSTEP1 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 TOURISTS FAVORITE ROUTF To all Mountain Resorts The Only Line Passing Through Salt Lake City Enroute to the Pacific Coast HOUSH SLEEPING BETWEEN DENVER AND ALAMOSA SALT LAKE CITY CRIPPLE CREEK OGDEN LEADVILLE PORTLAND OLENWOOD SPGS SAN FRANCISCO GRAND JUNCT'N LOS A NGELES niiuiiu: fane service a la cahtb on LmINIiMj tAHa all through trains J. A. EDSON, Manager, A. S. HUGHES, Gen'l Traffic Manager Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo, S. K. HOOPER. Gen'l Pass'r and Ticket Agent, Denver, Colo. He pew meiico Hilary losiimic. ROSWELL. NEW MEXICO. THB HLRiRT SCHOOL OF MBW MEXICO ESTABLISH fr AND SUPPORTED BY THE TBRBITOBT. Ii aara laitoveton. all graduate ef. standard Eastern Ctollnav . . Xew Butidlati, all furnishing and eqnlpmenU modern and eoalew rtttavaMted, fas-llfbted; bathi, watar-worki, all eoaTaniantM. MUM, bOMl, Ml iMBOdrr, impWNHlM. naaaliin to three terms, thirteen weeks each. Eoiwall It a noted kMltk Mem, I7NS ta ato m lavali wel)-watered excellent people. B90IHTS Nathan Jaffa, W. M. Beed, B. 8. Hamilton, 3. 0. Lea, aad B. A. Oahooa. For particulars address Col. J. IV. IVillson. Suserinteni