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The Daily Hew Mexican
Bu NCW ink SIC AN PR. Nil Nil 00. sV"r:i.u rt 5 3.vu:.'1 i ints inHitt-r riT l;. tma l"e i'ost inVre. 4 IK KM.-. Daily per year... Jlu.uo I ttwliiy per ;t fH.i- Six months i.i I --U mouths 1 ' three niuullia ... sua) i three mouth Luu jue mouth l.ou I Uiikk-' iMIverwt bv carrier pot week. "ttitlortudiiWvrtUiilLwiWtuiiekuown application.. AuivimuunicaMona Intended (or publlcsnon mint be a.i-emm.aiiie.1 by the writer's name amJ ad-ireis not for uui.it. n'.i.iu but a', evidvurt ol Kood faith, and M1011M be a.l'treSM-a to tile editor. Letter ptiiniiiiiw to nu-iin.' should be sddreaifed to JifcW AIevi. an i uutnix t'o. Mima i; NVw Mexico. iW'l he" NkwM K XI can 'is the ..Mi st news aper ill New Mexico. U Ih Kent to every I'ost Office in o Territory and has a lame and Krow u? circulation tpiouit the intelligent aud pro mupire p.M.i.le of the sou"west lino out of that nf common sense. The! sprea.l .f gonetal willful ion will fVimUmllv j I -ii t a ftfp to this craniiism, 1ml ut. lirtwnt t'lcrc (.otiMifeniblp liuniiiaisoii lutipl for . ; t!ie fool killer. THI.'KSIUY. AI'KII, -'4. Now ih the time to help New Moxico. Start in. Tempua fugit. Republicans must get together. The party wants all the votes it can got. During the past six uimiUis the terri torial bureau of iiiimiu'ration has been doing epk'iulkl work for the advancement of New Mexico. Irriuatju.n is accoiiiptishin woiulerftil results in Caliiortua ami iu the Salt river valley in Arizona. Why not in New Mex ico also ? Ni;w enterprises are springing up daily in New Mexico and a general activity iu business circles is more noticeable than ever before. The indications are that this is New Mexico's year. Experiknce and history tully establish the fact that the true basis of value is a gold and silver basis that it is the most permanent and gives to nations the great est degree of prosperity. So far, C. A. Dana and the New York Sun have the best of U rover Cleveland. The latter will do well to beat a graceful retreat, remembering "that he w ho fights and runs aw ay lives to fight another day." John Vaa.m.ki.k, one of the most successful men in the United States, says there are four stages to success in business life,. namely : "Close applica tion, integrity, attention to details, and discreet advertising. ThsSkw Mexican calls attention to the editorial taken from the New York Sun, discussing the admission of New Mexico, and republished in another col umn. The territory is getting considera ble advertising at present, and more oi the favorable kind than ever before. It is not likely that the Navajo reserva tion will be opened to settlement on ac count of reports iu circulation that rich deposits of gold have been found there. The NavajoeB are liecoming more civilized and are very much opposed to having their property disturbed by the whites. Tub enterprising people of Fort Worth propose making the spring palace, which opens there May 10, the most notable event in the history of the city. The pal ace will attract thousands of people from all over the country, and will furnish the best possible means of advertising the Lone Star state. Tub Nkw Mexican's tight for statehood is assuming grand proportions, and east ern journals of influence are now aiding it. We have succeeded, single handed at that, in making quite a stir in the matter and Betting lots of good and free adver tising. We will keep up the fight as long as necessary, never fear. New Mhxko's delegation to Washing ton to a great extent is composed of rep resentative men of the terrtory, men who are thoroughly posted on what is needed to give her a place in the front rank in the march of progression, and if there is a noft spot in the great heart of congress the delegation will find it. Col. Hk-nki Waituuson, the brother in law of the star eyed goddess of reform, is going about the country lecturing on "money and morals." The other night at Memphis, after the lecture, he in dulged iu a social game of poker aud lost $1,800 iu two hours. He may kno .f some thing about money, but he surely knows very alkie about morals or draw poker. A cKl.KHTUL from the flowery kingdom the other day was smuggled over the border at Niagara. Being caught in the act he was sent back to the Canadian side, where the authorities demanded oi him the necessary papers permitting him to enter, which could not be produced. Consequently he lingers on a suspension bridge, betwixt this country and Canada, subsisting on rice furnished him b; charitably disposed people, w hile tne two governments are quarreling with each other over which shall take him. Central American union Beoma to be practically assured. The five Btates wili make a federal republic having an area ol 175,807 square miles and a population of 2,863,000, according to the latest esti mates. There has been a considerable boom in trade and industry in these statei of late years, especially in mining. Agri culture and railroad building have also been promoted, and the work of the Nicaragua cana! will give an additional impetus to business. If the several stat-ps can so far overcome their national jeal ionsies as to pull together, they are likely to develop into a respectable power before many years. There is a demand for the suppression by legal methods of false prophets and second Messiahs who predict disaster and frighten ignorant people out of their wits. In Alabama and Illinois a number of pro pie Lave gone crazy over listening to the preaching of a man claiming to I the sec ond Messiah, while at Oakland a number of people were iud need to sell their world y possessions for a mere song by a prophtt who is now confined in an insane asylum. There are always a lot of persons ready fo run after a man who is fool enough to sit Hp in the prophetic business, or any other AID THAT U APPRECIATED. The Denver Republican and tlx; Den ver News are friendly to New Mexico aud aid the territory w henever aud w herever tney can. This is extremely gratifying and a valuable aid in the advancement and prosperity of New Mexico. We as sure our coutempories that the aid, com fort and support given New Mexico is fully and duly appreciated. In this connection aud concerning the New Mexico delegation en route to Wash ington, we quote from the News as fol lows: A delegation of fifty-one citizens left New Mexico yesterday for Washington. heade.J by Uov. 1'rinee and ex-Chief Just ices Waliio, Axtell and Vincent. They go to the national capital for the purpose of urging the passage by congress of a htw providing lor the immediate settle ment of ah qtiesiious pertaining to land grants in that territory ; to urge the pas sage of an act giving to the territory im mediate title to sections to and 3t of each township, commonly known as school lands, iu order that the public school sys tem may have the benefit tiiereof without deuty ; also to secure a grant of two town ships lor university purposes, Ju.OdO acres for the benefit ol the agricultural college of New Mexico, aud 30,000 acres for the school of mines; ulso to seek aid from congress in the matter of building reser voirs and the improvement of irrigation facilities; and also to present to congress a petition asking the enactment of a law providing for a national park in a certain portion ol the terrritory iu the Spanish range of the Rocky mountaius, on the upper Pecos river. Many, if not all of these delegates, are favorable to the ad mission of New Mexico to statehood, and will no doubt urge that matter upon con gress. It is au imposing array of New Mexico's leading men, and will no doubt have a good ellcct. And from the Republican, oamoly : The delegation of New Mexicans who are the way to Washington city to rep resent the interests of their territory he fore congress is composed of some of the best men iu New Mexico. I'hechief pur pose ol the visit of these gentlemen is to urge upou congress the importance of pro viding some way for the speedy settle ment of the land grant disputes which are so serious an otistacle to New Mexico's progress. It is piobable that while in Washington some of the delegates will take occasion to say something in favor of the admission of New Mexico into the uuion. There is a possibility that con gress w ill pass an act at this sessiou al lowing New Mexico to enter the union under the constitution framed by the con vention which mot iu Santa Fe lust fall. There is a considerable element in con gress in favor of su- h action ; but il is rendered inactive by the opposition of a large number of the inhabitants of New Mexico. If the delegation which is now ou the way to Washington should urge the passage of a bill permitting the people to adopt state constitution, a bill of that sort might he passed. Few of out- territories are more inter est in:; on ii,,. histtiru'a! side. Uov. Prince's history shows that it was visited bv Ca bc.a cie 'aca in 1,j;;,j and by the Fran ciscan Irt-ir Marcos de Niza four yours later; and it was invaded bv t he Spaniards from s-oiiota in loll under Coronado, v. ho was hunting f-r the "seven cities of Cibnlo," which were those of toe Zunis. Moqiiis, and so on. Toward the close of the 17th century the natives revolted and drove out the Spaniards, but they wer back in power within a dozen years ticu. Crt, commanding the district of New Mexico, describes in his report u sandstone biulf called hi M-iro, or In scription Hock, about thiriy-fivo miles from F'ort Wiugate, on the road which, the Spaniards nsp.l to travel Names of travelers, including governors, generals, judges, priest and merchants, are found iu it dating back to lti-Kj. It gives rise to curious feelings to look at the names of historical personages and others and consider the procession of peo ple w ho have traveled that road for 361) years. In front of it is a patch of mul pais, or lava, of several miles in extent, with well defined craters, such as are fre quent ad over this region and have been active since the country has he"ii inhabit ed, as ears of corn have been fouud near ly charred in blocks of lava, and near (grant's station, on the Atlantic & Pacific railroad, the lava has flowed around and into au adobe hut. Keluruing to the ma terial interests of the territory, I will add that the native people are sober, frugal aud industrious, ami the educated among them form a superior body of men. All Latin races and all persons in a hot cli mate are supposed to fake life easier than those w ho have to struggle with severe cold; but Nhw Mexico is not so hot as some (toriiwis of the union, and I think there is plenly of work in its inhabitants ami that it is the making of a prosperous state. It is on its present condition and its prospects rather than on Its historical in terests that New Mexicoelainiscoiisidera tion as a candidate lor admission to the union. There appears to b" no g.iod rea sou w hy any ne a stales should be created at the present session, but when the time conies New Mexi- o ought to have the first chauce. WHY NOT IN NEW MEXICO? Her Claims to Admision as a State ! Considered Fully and Fairly. There Seems to Be No Reasonable Objec tion to Letting Her in with the Other Territories. New York Sun: While Idaho and Wyoming are absorbing most of the at tention of congress among the candidates for admission to the union, the people ol New Mexico believe that that territory has equal claims. Idaho, at the census of 1880, had only .'iL'.rilO population; Wyoming al Ine same date had 3), 78!); but New Mex ico had ll!),d06, nearly six times as much as Wyoming. With due allowance for the larger ratio of growth iu the north west, New Mexico to-day probably con tains twice as many people as Idaho, and more than twice as many as Wyoming New Mexico's registered votors last year numbered 42,(ifw, and the governor theu estimated its population at only a little under -'011,000. This is more "than the estimates made respectively for Washing-1 lou aud .Montana last year at the time of their admission. In other re-ipects New Mexico has strong claims, as the facts given iu the report of its governor show. It has elect ed legislatures for more than forty years, so that its people are accustomed to the fundamental principles of our political system. There are many public and pri vateschools.and, although the fund is not siillicient, thev are improving. Last year flu y contained 480 teachers and 10,803 scholars. Of the public schools, 143 were taught in English and 106 in Spanish, w hile 9.) used both languages. One gain fiyuii admission would be the power to sell a part of the lands now reserved for a sctiool fund, as this can not be done while New Mexico remains a territory. The same need is felt for other public oistituiions. The last legislature author ized new buildings for the university at Vlbuquerqiie, and for the school of mines ,il Socorro, the insane asylum at Las Ve ,'as, and the agricultural college aud sta tion at Las Cruees. The people of the several towns gave the laud, but the maintenance of the institutions is largely dependent on the grants from congress which take eflect when New Mexico be oines a state. The assessed value of property in New Mexico in 1H8S was $4o,ti!)0,7-3 and the coiuiug census may show $50,000,000. For the past year or two the high price ol wool has encouraged enterprise in raising sheep, and has improved tboir quality. New Mexico's agricultural possibilities have been greatly developed, aud bread stulTs of excellent quality are gro n there. There has been a large increase is. the iimn her of orchards and vineyards. The abundance and excellence of the grapes promise good wine, while vegetables and Iruits are plentifu , and even Tigs, almonds and pomegranates are found. The tannin 4ant, from which tannic acid can be made, aud cacti, producing fiber for cord age and paper, are abundant. Last year i he rainfall was said to be less than half the average, and the Colorado svstem ol irrigation lowered the rivers, 'but the scarcity of water did less damage than had been leared, wheat and other grains having been harvested too early to be all'ected by it. The governor, who noted tnat the Kio Grande was practically dry, observed that many private companies had been formed for irrigation, and he favored reservoirs for large areas. Ih-mining i uteres s of New Mexico are, cf c .urse, the most important. Djr ing the last two yeais the gold oippu' has been lemarkable, while in silver and cop pi r the gain has been great T .ere ,s also abundance of coal, including some anthracite, aud manv large mines are suc 'epsfullv worked. A decrease in the cost of obtaining mineral patents would much itirther develop these industries. There is much timbered land in New Mexico, but it is distant as yet from the railroads. . OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND HYPOPHOSPHITES Almost as Palatable as Milk So dWftalinl tiist tt can be falten, dtgeatrri, and aHalmllalrd by the most enaitlve stomach, when the plain ntl cannot be toleratt-d; and by the com hlnntliin of the oil with the hypo phoephitea la much mora elllcacluua. Remarkable as a flesh produeer Persons gala rapidly while taking It. ROOTT'S KMULSION ia acinowledned by Physlciana to be the Flneai and Beat prepara tion in the iforld for tile relief and cure of CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING DISEASES, EMACIATION, COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. The great remedy or dit.-nrmpfion, and Wasting in ChiUbtn. Stld hy all ItnujgUta. FLOWERS. " All lovers of Flow ers are requested to end for a hand some Illustrated Catalogue of Plants and Flowers to J. L Russell, -THE- BROADWAY FLORIST DENVER, COLO. SOL. SPIEGELBERG The old reliable merchant t Mauta Fe, has added largely to hie stock of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS Aud thoiie In neoit of ny nrtlAla in hi! Hue would do wtl to call on hi in. ON SAN FRANCISCO STHFET " Battel's Specific," 1. CURES SerreaeneMllty, Exfeaiisrlea, FVenanre He. cay, faMalerTetal laapoteacy, sad Aii WEAK r.eni ariauuj ken erer uiaaea of ntnd or bod f. MEN "nffarisf freatfceIHMaM a4 wwbaeas that her. --ifla Id yanthfo hepradeBO can rely ea a aeaedy sou . onaaaeat natenMioa to kealts sad Vayalaaaa. Fries, S3.ee ky mall secarely sealed. T8JC SfEOrrro la sronred (rem tke areeerlptton o-. ii aid aa experienced pkyalelan. end nay he relied of a HnadT aaeaaeled In ealeaey, and we tharefnn. -roKiad tt te tke aetlee of tke AfnHoei Preteem out ell uftss aad laboratory if aaxr, Hpectflr. U K. SOtb Si Mew Vsrk CIu IARTSHORNS s B(i.--e of Imitations. NOTICE AUTOGHA V PH ! ZO" LABEL Afr oar HE GENUINE ELECTRIC BELT!2?J OTfE?lia. Owlnfc to the irreat i aoo- ass" ft , V '-WKHxitiic Buaprnaorr oen. w .siJt waii.Vi, rednaod the nrloe from IM T4ia31u, eVI, wliich Dwkea it tli cheap .TVAV t KIHHT-CI.AW4 BKLT In thf iflJlJ' t. 8. and superior to othera which arr WJi aoi,i at from io to tHO. Free by mall -.rWaur I'ruKKI'WtaforSIO.senrtfor circular tddreae, OMIornla Electric Belt '. nol MH Sea Freuclace.CeJ. r veil at 10 1 iUrkU St., a. PURE SNl,weata I ! I .PBpFESSION'AL CAIUJS. ATT'ilJM-.Vs V( , , GBEfiM Its lanerinr exrelleune proven in million o homes lor moretlian ijuarU;rif s eentnry, II la axed by the United stauw wnvernmeHt. In d.irsed by the duadi. of the Ureal Univerxitlea the StronKost, Fvireat, and mnm Hiialrh ful. llr. Piioe's Cream BakliiK Powder does not contain Ammonia, l.lme. or Alum, sold only in Cans. PPH'B BAKINO POWDKK CO. JEW YORK. CHICAGO 81 . LOOIl- nR BANDEJI'S ELECTRIC BELT ITS fltAR .'tS IMPK0V0-JU ?rWs ItFBII.lTA'IbUthroiirttlN TOT to CCHB l7 IM !'"- LttToTRB BELT ANI! SUS'ENSOBI trUfcrtSU--""-"- Muntti, toquc i' '11. - -'-il.. Koie.Cor tf dfrtl Wfmnt, mviim i '"pit, ; ritrlrle I'srreet Ml lul.nll;, or wt ! forfmr SAWn ln cut. BKLT mo S,lieaor Cauiill sad op. Woril nl ref siaatellj IXind ia tbree moalb Smlta rampblct Free. iAKDEI ELtCTIIC CO., SKINNER I10CI, DENVER, COLO. Book publishing fcr ltMirtpi.aii r But i It itu() PKninhlM work promiill) fUllllnlll OU Hi.lut4ti4ill. If yuu lirtvf ttiHiiU'-rrli't wrlt t NKW IIEXICad PiilNTIDIi ft I Baletin Popular! A Hpaalah Weekly Haper published at Hanta Fe, N. IN. LEiOllli SPANISH PIPED Of THI IWMI HUtHHIHIfTloN KA1KH: One Fear.Ha. 6 Mm., SI. AO. ine..l THE SHORT LINE TO CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK, BOSTON, nd All Points East. C. M. HAMPSON, '"Indaer BlOek. Oommerotal .tart.. DKNVKK. t'Ol.l. Th Sun FOR 1800. Some people atrrce with The Sun's opinion! about men aud IIiIuk". aud some people don't but everybody liken toiret holdol the newnpane' which la never dull aud never afraid to speak ita mina. I)i-dhii -rata know that for twenty years Thi 8an baa foueht Iu the front Hue for Democratk nrinctpleH, never wavering or weakening lu ltd loyalty to the true lutunjataof the liarty It serves witn leeneaa tnti'inecnceaua oisinieretiea vik or. At ilrnes opinions have differed as to the oeai means oi arcijinpiitDtuK tne commou pur p.iae; it In uot The Hun's fault it It has seen fur ther Into the millstone. KlKbtecn hundred and ninety la the year that will nrobab v determine the result ol tne oresl dential elei tlnn of 18V2, aud perhaps the fortunes 01 ine Democracy lor tne resi oi tue eeutury. Victor)' iu W.ii in a duly, and the beginning of inuuiHtne best time to start out in company witninesnu. Dally, per month, $0.(10 Dail per year, 6.00 rtunday, per yeRr, 2.00 Dally and Munday, per year, 8.00 Daily and Suuduy, jier mouth, - - 0.7C Weekly Hun. one year, - 1.00 Address TH K HUN. New Vera SUBSCRIBE FOR Fearless, free, consistent TT ia its editorial opin - X4. ions, hamper ed by no tie. E w i m a i e m fj Nyx Ml h T I If a a sped-ny r , A. deroted to the W ? F growing interests of A the rich and promising r N Arfoniev nt I u .v . ; jii-u a itl bmli:---l-ittcui-t- in ail eoui-'M ( - I II i i n , ;Min,ii hum .-d-fiiil attention ; i .i -I 'o him. Will i ;. n ii.iry. THE MAXWEJiL LAND GRANT K tl.l-II K. TH'ITt II KLI,, A'tomm at. Uw au.'K'ihf v i-.--'It, Hanta Fe, N--w M' -.i.- , A'rroiiMV AT L., autjl No Mtutk. HHII. W. KN.ll Mfcl., 1 )Hieo iu tne -t.nt Haliilni;, I'Hlace Aveuaa i a :.r- laity. i I'ilv-oliumt na.l m an hin 'ii- r arm UNDER IRRIGATING DITCHES. iL s ii ci s I liiUV.Hlll L. KAKibKTT, riama :,, Neu M,.xi.., otnee over jiwyi!i- -ei-unil NHIiouai llHJik HKNKV L. WAI.IX), Attiiruey at Iah. Will ura tiitu lu tnenaveral i ourte of the torritory. Prompt attention given to an uuHiuest. intrusted to bis care. T. f. VOH WAY. a. G. POSEY. W. A. UAWKIMB. CONWAV, FOSKV HAWKINS, Attorneys aud Uouuselors at Law, dllvet Olty Sew Mexico. Prompt attention given to all tmsiuess iutrubtcd to wur caie. fractlce lu all ! bo cuuru ol tlic territory. K. A. FIMKK, Atuirney aud counselor at Iiw, V. O. Box "K," Kanta Ke, S. M., practices in supreme and all district courts of New Mexico. Special at teutioi: given to mining aud Spanish aud Mex icau lanii gram liiigation. T. B. ' ITRON. J. H. UNAKKKL. T. W. CL1NCT C'ATKON, KNAKKKL A CLANCY, Attorueys al Law and tiolicltors iu Chancery, saiita Ke, New Mexico. Practice iu all the Courts lu the Territory. One of the Urm will be s t all tnncw In Santa Fe. i'HYSICIANS. J. U. SLOAN, HI. U.. fHVC'lAN AND HUKUhoh. Choice Mountain Valley and Lands near k Fool liilh FOR SALE. UEM1A1, SUKUtOlSS. E. W. L'ENGLE, M. D., D. D. S. I'evotes his entire fttteution to the practice of i M' ii tttl Hurfftrv. Otlice huurn 10 to 1! nud 2 to 4. 1.00111 i; llotul ( ai'ltol huinliiis. l hlace aveuue. rtui'Oi-MMtr lo Dr. McM all. DENTIST. Over CM. Cramr'n Drug Store i-FFICli. HOI KH, - - 0 to 19, 9 to 4 REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND SURVEYORS. H I IX I AM WHITE. I. fct. -f'Uty Hoi vuyor and U. H. Deputy U moral rturvtiyor. l.ocatlouB made upon public laiidH. Farnifthe iiiforinntinu relative to bpanihh and Mtxicau uiiiu kthulh. utticettiu klrKdmei Plo:ii, Hooond liitor.auta ie, N. M. J. W. OL1NGER. Undertaker-i-and-;- EmbalmeK tor. Water autl t bHHuar Mts. y-tyi '-.'J" ty) '-J tat IL N 1 -.VV'' Y-wr,V 1Mti;. tjllilllil! Hi ' uutlieaKt cor. Plaxa, SANTA FK, - - X. 1. Ceotralhf Iccn'td, totiretf fitttltei TEEMS - $2 per Day Special Rates by the week J.T. FORSHA, Propr fcrl(jfloB of the prairies and rslleys between Raton and flprtaM bundred miles of large irrigating canals have been built, sr ia coarse of construction, with watf,r for 75,000 acres of land. Tnese lands with perpetual water rights will be sold cheap and on the nr tMrats of ton annual payments, with 7 per cent interest. Ia addition to the above there are 1,400,000 acres of land tet ale, consisting mainly of agricultural lands. Th climate ia unsurpassed, and alfalfa, grain and fmtt of aB Mass pow to perfection and in abundance. The A., T. A S. F. railroad and the D., T. A Fort Worth railroad eross Ml property, and other roads will soon follow. Those wishing to view the ands can secure special rates on the issV loads, and will have a rebate also on the same if they should bay 100 sores or more of land. Warranty Deedg Given. for full particulars apply to The Maxwell Land Grant Co ' RATON, NT -H2W 1VTGXTOO S. S. BEATY DKALER IN ARCHITECT and CCNTRACTOR ANTONIO WINDSOR. CLOSE FIGURING! MODERN METHODS ! SKILLED MECHANICS! I'lans am! 8io!flatlons farnlahed on ap. plicate jn. Correapondenoe solloltad. DFFlcK. Cann Po M M Lower' r'risco Wtreet. JOHltt rO II. In. coming stato of Now Mexico. EVEaTBODT WAITS IT. J. WELTMER BOOK, STATIONERY AND Nevsjepot! MABIE, TODD & CO.'S GOLD PENS Frenh Candle m B pec laity. Fine Olcara. Tobacco, Notion Kto. ALHAIYIBRA Barber shop BVKKVTHIMH New, Neat, First Class aat Side of tin. ..a HOTand COLO BATHS W. J. SLAUGHTER, Proprietor. Staple & Fancy Groceries PKOVKIOiJS, PRODUCE, 1UV, ICA1N. Corner Water and Bridge Sts , Specialties of Hay, Grai i and Potatoes received ly car load and lor sale at lowest market prices. Tlie iinest Household Oroceries, free delivery to my customers. fads Mark.) J. G. SCHUMANN. WAALER i Shoes, Leather and Findings (BOOT Keeps on h.uid a full assortment of Ladles' ana Children's Kino Hlior-s; also the M idlum and the ;heap itiaiIt-8. I would iail especial attention to myCalf and Light Kip WALKER Boots, a boo for men who do heavy work and need at oft bsi serviceable upper leather, with heavy, suDstan tial, triple soles and standard screw lament Orders by mail promptly attended to. P. 0. Box 143, Santa Fe, N. U THE BROAD GAUGE SALOON! BAST SIJE OF THE PIjZA. The Choicest Liquors and Cigars. . Club Rooms in Connection POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES. Hm,, un baa., I ia uuin La Fantasia Cigar, guaranteed to bo Pur roll H n HENRY W. KEARSING, Assay er& Chemist 8TOME BUILDING, CEIUtlLLOS N M ASSAYINGr in al its branches TAUGHT FOR MEM ONLY! for tOBTorPAILINO MANBOOn ueneral and HEKV0QS DiBOIlf Wsakasssof Body and Hind, Effect 8.u.w1a usuiTiwpiuoBGissir'BTsorloDi B.o MllfV trom to BUI., t r.r.1,. "taBtrST WHU lt U- tRIK irlCOICAL 9iwfXCT. A WEAK MAN Can now enro himself of the deplorable results of early abuse, aud J erfeotly restore bis iaor ana vitality Dy tne Oreat AHstrsifan Keniedv. 1 lie remarkable anrsi nl hnnaiau, rases ol nervous debility and private com plaints are everywhere stanipii g out quackery. 1 he medicine, a physician's gift to fullering humanity, will be aent free to those afflicted. Acmress UN 11. B. TAYLOR. dull Marki tHtroet, San Ftaiiclsiio IFOR mi ONLY: t OiitiTlVF ForlOSTorFAIIINO KAKE009; ft rUOl lift General and NKRV0D8 DEBILITY TTp Tp WeitJinMn of Body and Mind: Effect J J JkJktSJ ofKrrcf or Exoe&Mi in Old or Youni lMi'mtl. Sohlt M4M(OIK( ijRlTfti. Hw to Kattif m i KKihitfi nil K. I. H iw. i f MM-r.iF si r It IB 01 WVUt lHolirii iinrtMr.K (inK THKATT1KNT- IHf4ti In a du rift tMlinfrsMn I tut, , Ti-rrlliirlf, m4 totVCMUtiM mJrtltnm. Ult MIllCAl U.,WWM7k Phe -:- San -:- Felipe ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. The Leading Hotel in New Mexico. asm atatAttaMBRT. TUICTLV ristST tTLASS. StKClTTILU itD XSiFUKMlSuaiu. TOHUIST8S UKAUUVAKTEsU Hotel Coach and Carriages in Waiting at All T rami. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS KOR FAMlLIi.8 AMU LARGE PARTIES TBEjaSBBI $2.60 to $3.00 per day 0. W. ME7LERT Proor. TIMMER . HOUSE Silver City, New Mexico. FRED. O WRIGHT, Manage,. J. JL. MOSES.