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Tll8 D(lily N6W M6XiC2ill l'na Car company;' it is only fair
. and just thnt those corporations' should
By NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO. to ta
e-Entered as Second Clans mattor at the
smiU Fe Post Office.
KATES OF UCBSl'MPTION.
Daily, per week, by carrier
Drill-, per mouth, by carrier
Dally, per mmith, by mull
Dally, three mouth, by mall
Dally, sU mouths, by mall
Dally, one year, by mail
Weekly, per month
Weekly, per quarter .......
Weeenly, per aix months
Weekly, per year.
ADVERTISING KATES,
Hix.i late the rates of express com
panies and make them fair all around to
the people and to the companies.
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On the 4th of March, or within two
weeks from to-day, the territorial debt
will be reduced some $70,000 by the ie
demption of outstanding warrants to that
amount. During the past two years the
territorial debt has been reduced already
in the sum of $ 100,000 ; very good record
that for the I'erea linance bill and the
RepubHcan administration. Xo need to
be ashamed of any such record.
JtJLJLB 111 effaCST .' , laW l,WWBWWj
WHY DO YOU C0UGH?
Do you know that a little cough is a dangerous
thing ? Are you aware that it often fastens on the 9
lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and a
Ktids in Death? People suffering from Asthma.
Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Consumption will all B
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Insertions 111 "Round About Town" column 25
cents a line, each Insertion,
Preferred locals 10 ceuts per line first insertion
and 5 routs per line each snbsequeut Insertion.
Legal advertising Jl per Inch per day for first
six insertions, 76 cents per Inch per day fur next
nx insertions, 50 cents per day for subsequent
insertions.
All contracts and bills for advertising payable
fflonthl).
All communications Intended for publication
most be accompanied by the writer's name and
address uot for publication but as au evidence
of good faith, and should be addressed to the
editor. Letters pertaining to business should
be addressed to Saw Mbiican Printing Co.
Santa Fe, New Mexico,
Tiif. occasion seems opportune for call
ing the attention of capital to the excel
lent opening in New Mexico for a large
smelter plant. The smelters of the entire
mountain region have never had such de
mands upon tbem as during the past
year; they have been unable to accommo
date the miners in Colorado, to say noth
ing of .New Mexico shipments. A large
smelter plant say, at Cerrillos, where fuel
and tluxing abound, would unquestionably
prove a highly successful business enterprise.
tell you that
" IT STARTED WITH A COLD." i
Can you afford to neglect it? Can you trifle f
with so serious a matter ? Are you aware that
DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY!
! for Coughs, Cold9 nnd Consumption is beyond question the greatest of all 1
! Modern Remedies ? It will stop a Cough in one night. It will check a Cold in I
! a day. It will prevent Croup, relieve Asthma and cure Consumption if taken f
! in time, " You can't afford to be without it." A 25 cent bottle may save you
j $100 in Doctor's bills may save your life I Ask your druggist for it, or write
! to W. H. Hooker & Co., 46 West Broadway, New York, for book.
i.i .m ' :; ;...,;':
FOB SALIC 1SV A. C. IRELAND, Jr.. SANTA FE.
uin u
H A R D W A R E
SIF&ON FILGER
Contractor k Biilr.
Cabinet Malting i'f all kluila, aud repair
lug done promptly and hi aflrstclaMma
ner; filing nnd ropuiilug aawa.
S1iop, four doors Imlow Bclinepple's,
us 'Frisco 8 reet.
Notice.
All parties indebted to the late firm of
Van Arsdoll & Co. are hereby respectfully
requested to pay such indebtedness to the
undersigned who is duly authorized to re
ceive the same ; and such parties are fur
ther notified not to make any payment to
any other person. Uico. W. Knakhbl,
Attv. i'aiace Ave., nearuourt House.
CTThe New Mexican Is the oldest news
paper lu New Mexico. It is sent to every Post
Office in the Territory and has a large and grow
ing circulation among the intelligent and pro
gressive peuule of the southwest.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19.
ANNIVERSARIES.
Tim fact that the spring and summer is
full of good cheer for New Mexico's beef
raisers is demonstrated by the fact that
already 3 cents has been refused by some
feeders in the territory for their beef
stock. Being men of good judgment
they refused the offer and are holding for
3s, which they will certainly get. It
seems now that the pall which has been
upon the range cattle industry for five
years or more was about to be lifted.
Stock raisers have every reason to feel
encouraged.
Dissolution Notice.
The firm of Dudrow & Hughes, freight
ers and dealers in coal, lumber, etc., is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
C. W. Dudrow will continue the business,
settle and collect all accounts. A contin
uance of the patronage and business of
the patrons of the old linn is respectfully
solicited. Persons indebted to the old
firm will please settle up the earliest possi
ble moment.
C. W. Dudrow,
Fbank H. Huongs.
Santa Fe, N. M., Feb. 12, 1S91.
1 Inns' :
DtKi) :
February lVtti.
Copernicus, 1473.
Murchison, 1792.
Henry, Prince of Wales, 1.M4.
Adehna Patti, 1843.
Sir William Napier, I860.
Sir Henry Saville (mathemati
cian), 1622.
Elizabeth Carter, 18CC.
Tnu horticultural industry is destined
ere many years to become second to none
in New Mexico. We have the soil, the
climate, the water and the market, and
the rapid strides made in this interest
during the past few years augurs well for
the future, therefore we note with pleas
ure the fact that Representative Fall,
hailing from the famous Mesilla valley
fruit region is determined to Becure offi
cial recognition for the fruit growers.
New Mexico can well afford to foster and
encourage the horticultural industry.
Fon Sale The best business corner in
the city of Cerrillos, the corner by the
town tank with building upon it, now
occupied as a harness shop and renting
at $19 per month. For particulars call
on or address the proprietor, II. Kemler,
Santa Fe, N. M.
sty Com-)
ty,N. M.V
3,1891. )
Sepoy revolt began, 18.17.
Florida ceded, 1822.
Will anything be done about the fee
avstem ? Who can tell ?
I The New Mexican has private advices
j from San Miguel county to the effect that
a new organization, known as the United
I Protection association, has been organized
i and is growing rapidly. They are to-day
j so tne jjkw Mexicak is informed, over
Pass the council bill suppressing public j tmrty different lodges in existence
gambling; why is it not forthcoming for !witn over 500 members. The
consideration and action ? j name 0f the association implies its objects
. L. and aims and it is antagonistic in its spir
It looks very much as if New Mexico it to the so-called Knights of Labor and
were at last to be supplied with a suitable j White Cap organizations in San Miguel
Institution for the care nnd comfort of the county. The leaders of the movement
Public Notio
Office of tiik Board or County Com.
missioners of Valencia county
Los Lunas, N. M., Feb. 10
In pursuance to amended council bill
No. 65. rjassed bv the territorial legislature
of the territory ofNew Mexico, ia its 29th
session, and in accordance with the pro
visions of said act, and in strict contormi-
tv therewith.
Jjids lor ttie purcnase 01 an or any 01
said coupon current expense bonds will
be received at the office of the board of
county commissioners, at Los Lunas,
Valencia couity, id the territory 01 ew
Mexico, until Tuesday, March 10, A. D.,
1891, at 10 o'clock a. m.
in witness wnereoi, 1, (511
vestre Mirabal, chairman
of said boord have placed
A hereunto my . hand, and
caused the seal ot said
board to be affixed and du
ly attested by the clerk of
the board.
Sii.vestse Mirabal, Chairman.
Attest.- Carlob Baca, Clerk.
insane.
The course of the New Mexican is
worrying several of its more or lea es
teemed contemporaries; correct, very
much so,
At last Hew Mexico is to have a real
arbor day. Thanks, Messrs. Legislators,
another progressive step advocated by the
New Mexican.
expect to have fully 3,000 members enroll
ed in their organization by the time the
next elections come around.
There are to-day in the treasury nearly
$200,000 for the expenses of the territo
rial government for the year commenc
March 4, 1891 ; pretty good record that
forjhe Perea finance bill and the Repub
lican administration. No need of being
ashamed of that record.
By its prompt passage of the measure
wiping out the exorbitant fees paid county
assessors the legislative council has placed
itself on record as most faithfully serving
the best interests of the people. Now let
us see what the house is going to do about
it.
The status of the land court bill is most
encouraging. It having passed the house
and been favorably reported to the sen'
ate, with some amendments, however, it
seems more than probable that it will
pass. It will then have to go to the house
for concurrence, and, although the time
is short, we can not but believe that it
will be sent to the president before the
4th of March. Our faith is based
ou the significant fact that this nieaS'
ure, so vitally important to New
Mexico has been carefully taken into ac
count in all the plans of the Republican
members. It is frequently referred to in
the dispatches of late dealing with those
measures which the Republicans declare
must receive attention at this session. In
the house we have but one fear ; should
Morgan or Reagan or Holman, Demo'
crats, who love New Mexico none too
well, be able to balk it, they no doubt
will do so.
The Democratic caucus may defeat the
appropriation bills and again it may not; What They Say About Matters Be
time will tell and that in a short time ; if
the house can stand the defeat of the ap
propriation bills, why the people can
surely do ao ; but then, let us wait and
see.
There are only six more days after to
day within which to pass acts protecting
the interests of the people in the matter
of the regulation of rates of express com
panies and taxing the latter so that they
aball contribute their just share toward
bearing the burdens of government. Act
within this few days, Messrs. members
of the assembly, and act promptly, earn
estly and fairlv.
It is something to the credit of Messrs.
Perea and Catron, both prominently
identified with several banking institu
tions, that they should have so earnestly
worked for the passage of the house bill
taxing the stock certificates of all private
and national banks. Through their ef
forts several weak spots in this measure
as it came from the house were remedied
in the council, and its provisions were so
extended as to include also the taxing of
insurance company stocks. The house
should lose no time in concurring in
these amendments.
fore the Legislature.
The World'! Fair Appropriation.
The Hon. Mr. McDonald's bill now be
fore the legislature, appropriating $50,000
for the purpose of defraying the expenses
of a light brigade, consisting of ten men
and ten women, to attend New Mexico's
exhibit at the Worle's fair, is a daisy of
its kind. If we were one of the brigadiers
our expenses would be very necessay,
Phew ! Why not send a few more tramps
on a junketing expedition? The terri
tory is wealthy. Kingston Shaft.
Amend the School Bill.
The Governor's suneestions on the
I anknnl Inn- bV,m.M Ka fiaalall ho thtt left.
islature. The amendments proposed
would make the law nearly perfect.
Springer Stockman.
It -will Be a Good Law If Enforced
The council has passed a bill which is
now before the house prohibiting all
kinds of gambling, 'lis thought that
some of our law makers have been trif
ling with the fickle goddess of luck to
their utter disgust; hence this. But it
will be a good law if enacted and should
be rigidly enforced. Springer Stockman
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin
Ointment.
A oertain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes.
Tetter, Salt Rhoum, Scald Head, OlO
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipple
and Files. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been cured by
it after all othor treatment had failed
It is put up in 25 and GO cent boxes.
IT'-peu, Tho Century, Lcnlmers, tho
North Araorican and nil other mutiaziues
bound in first-clsas stylo and cheap at the
New Mexican bindery.
SOL. SPIEGELBER6
The old reliable merohant et ant
Fe, has added largely te
hit stock of
GENTS'
F
URNlSti NG GOODS
And thoie la need ot any artlole
In hla line would do well
to call on hlni.
ON SAN FRANCISCO STRFET
Book binding to the Queens taste and
at American prices at the New Mexican
book bindery.
For euorior work ii tho lino of book
liudi.ig call at tho New Mexican of
fice. Ordora by mail given prompt attention
All kinds of justice of the peace blanks
for sale at the New Mexican printing of
fice.
PE0FESSI0NAL CARDS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
" OBO. C. PRESTON,
Attorney at Law. Prompt and carelul bttenuon
given to all buslnena ntruated to him. Will
practice in au couria 01 tug nsnwrj.
RALPH B. TWITCHBIX,
Attorney at Law Bptegelberg block, Santa Fe,
iew mexico.
MAX FROST,
Attorney at Law, Santa Fe, New Hezloo.
OBO. W. KNAIBII.,
Ice In the Sena Building, Palace Aven
Collections and Searching Titles a specialty.
EDWARD I,. BAKTLKTT,
Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Office over
Second National Bank.
HBNRT L. WALDO,
Attorney at Law. Will practice in the several
courts 0! the territory. Prompt attoutl given
to all business iutrustcd to his care.
JXO. HAMPEL,
fin, Tar and Grave' Roofm
PLUUBIKG aHD CAS FITTING.
Lowest prices and fi st ol wor
LOWER 'FhlMCO ST., BAMFEN.M
J. W. OLINGER.
Undertaker-i-and-!-
Marble and Granite
MONUMENTS
IF Iks Most Artistic BejIjiu
AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES.
Oer. Water and Don Oa sar Its.,
SI.
Julian BarberSIiOi
WORK SECOND TO NONE
IN TOWN.
Sharing 15 eta. Hair Cutting - 33 eta
We solicit the patronage of
guarantee satlnactton.
the public and
A. T. 9PTJRLOCE, Prop.
Assisted by Flrit-CIass Artist.
T. r. conwat. s. e. fosit. w. a. Hawkins.
CONWAY, POSEY & HAWKINS,
Attorneys ud Counselors at Law, Silver City
New Mexico. Prompt attention given to all
business Intrusted to eur care. Practice In all
the courts ol the territory.
B. A. FIBKE,
Attorney and Counselor at Law, P. O. Box
"F," Santa Fe, N. M., practices In supreme and
aU district courts ol New Mexico. Special at
tention given to mining and Spanish and Mex
ican land grant litigation.
T, B, CiTBON. J. B. KHAKBEL. F. W. CLANCY,
OATRON, KNAEBEL ii CLANCY,
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors In Chancery,
Santa Fe, New Mexico. Practice In all the
Courts in the Territory. One ol the firm will be
at all times In Santa Fe.
WILLIAM WHITE,
O. 8. Deputy Surveyor and V. fl. Deputy Mineral
Surveyor.
Locations made upon public lands. Furnishes
Information relative to Spanish aud Mexican
land grants, Offices In Klrscbuer Block, second
Boor, Haul Fe. N. M
JOHN P. TICTORY,
Attorney at Law. Office In County Court Home
Will iiractice In the several Courts of the Ter
ritory and the U. S. Land Office at Santa Fe
Examination of titles to Sp nlsh and Mexican
Grauti, Mines, and other realtv, carefully and
promptly attended to, Patents for Mines secured.
D. W. MANLEY,
DENTIST.
Over O. SC. Creamer's Drug; Store.
OFFICE HOURS, . . S to 19, ate
Million
Miss A. Mugler,
iff and-
GRIFFIN BLOCK,
Southeast Cor. Washington A.T
SANTA FE. N.M.
Goods
J. WELTMER
BOOK, STATIONERY AND
News Depot!
MABIE, TOBD & CO.'S GOLD PENS
aTrtwfc Oaaales a Ipeelalty. Viae Wgara,
Vol mm, MetUaa, Wta
Plumbing, Gas & Steam Fitting.
BREWING G0m:ooMc,T,
lViV 3 PEH ANNUM
Brewed exclusively of Bohemian Hope II
CVV T ' and Selected Colorado Barley.
TVy pilseqer Bottled Beer a Specialty
ADOLPH J. ZANQ, General Manager.
B. HAN LEY, Local Agent.
W. H. SOEHNCHEN,
Carpenter, Contractor m Builder
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Back of Hotel Capital, - Santa Fe, N. M.
The City Meat Market
ESTABLISHED IN 1859
AUGUST KERSCHNER, Pi opr.
DEALER IN ALL KUTDS Of
Fresh and Salt Meats and Sausage of all Kinds
4 AN FRANCISCO ST., SANTA FE, N. M.
FISf HER BREWING CO.
tAIftTEAOTDBBK OF
Strictly Pure Lager Beer!
and she
FINEST MINERAL WATERS.
THE SANTA BAKERY
Bread, Pies and Cakes.
Groceries and Provisions.
P. SCHNEPPLE, Proprietor.
ft fRAUCIlOO .THEBT,
ACTA MM, 1C. If.
tt im: b e if?
Feed and Transfer.
kltiili el koairn and Klnllid Lamber: Texas Flooring at the lowest MarMI frloe;
n ws auil Door.
i lao carry od a (oueral Traaaler easiness and Seal In Bay and 6 rata.
Office near A., T. & S. F. Depot.
DUDROW . .V
! Proprietor1
ARCHITECT and CONTRACTOR
ANTONIO WINDSOR
CLOSE FiaURItfi'
Flans and Speel8f ..ei tarnished oaea
plication. Oorrespondenee sollolted.
offici, Santa Fa H U.
Lower' Frisco Street. OdlUd TOi
ACADEMY
OF
Our Lady of Light!
CONDUCTED BY THS
SISTERS OF 10EHIOI-
SANTA FE, N. M.
The Annual Session bigins cn Sept. 1st,
tft'Toi Information, address,
MOTHER FRANCISCA L AMY
Albuquerque Foundry & Machine Comp'y
R. P. HILL, Secretary and Treasurer.
IRON AND BRASH CASTINGS, ORB, COAL AND LTJMBKK OARS, BHA
INO, PULLEYS, ORATES BARS, BABBIT METALS, COLUMN
AND IRON FRONTS TOR BUILDINGS.
REPAIRS ON MINING AND MILL MACHINERY A SPECIALTY
Employment
llrrifra
LJ FOR LADIES
vJo- Tbfi rmfi IWS ders torthe raontpopu
TAHMM .. - iHHtiS larOorset-tfa'stniade
Anulication uoultl bo
I 3 made early, as only one
ft -A ananrlll haannninruil
in this vicinity.
Addresi
'rjACRSOS CORSET CO.,
Jackson, Mich.
V2.0Q
W. L DOUGLAS
and otlifr special
ties for (itMitleincii,
L? id U's, etc, are war
$3 SHOE
ranted, and so stamped ou tiottom. Adihcss
W.L.UOUL.AS. " ' . "
J. O. SCIIUMANN, Santa Fe.
Albuquerque,
New Mexico.
mm
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LEE WING,
SrECIALI9T,
Remedies.
To those suffering from tho
cflectB of any of the follow
ing diseases and desire uealtu
should write Lee Wing at
once. All diseases peculiar
to women, falling weakuesi,
lost manhood, nervous dis
ease, Bexunl diseases, semi
nal weakness, voutlitul foil v.
urinary iruumuu, Kiuney auu iiver irounies, neart ai
eaue, indiKestion, chest and lung trouble, consump
tion, Droncmus. couKhB, colds, asthma, catarrh, all
diseases of the blood, scrofula, syphilis, diseases of a
private nature, gonorrhea, gleet, piles, tumors, can
cer, salti-heum, rheumatism, paralysis, all Bkln din
eancB. coativeness, dvspepsla, neuralgia, deafness,
baldness, sore eyes, eruptions, tapeworm, fits, malaria,
and diseases of the generative organs, no matter of
how long Btandlng. If vou have failed to get cured
elsewhere do not despair, but gve LEE WING a call
aud have a chat with him, which In strictly confldeu
Ual. Consultation examination free. Onlya6maU
sum for remedies. Thousands have been cured of dif
ferent diseases by Lee Wing remedies. Many testi
monials can be found and seen at his ofilce, or Denver
papers. Address,
LEE WINC,
1 643 Larimer St., Denver, Colo.
Enclose stamp tor reply.
Health is Wealth!
Dr. E. O. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment, a
guaranteed pe illc for hysteria, dizziness, con
vulsions, fits, nervous neuralgia, headache, ner
voub prostration caused by the use of alcohol or
tobacco, wakefulness, mental depression, soft
ening of the brain resulting In Insanity and
leading; to misery, decay and d ath, premature
old age, barrennes, loss of power In either aez.
Involuntary losses and spermatnrrhcea caused
by over exertion of the brain, suit abuse or over
indulgence. Each box contains one month's
treatment; tl a box or six boxes for (5, tent by
mall prepaid on receipt of price.
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To cure any case. With each order received by
us for six bees, accompanied with fr, we will
tend the purchaser our written guarantee to re
fund the money If the treatment does not etteet
a cure. Guarantees issued only by A. 0. Ireland,
Jr., druggist, sole agent, Sauta Fe, N. M.
THE PECOS VALLEY!
THE GREAT FRUIT
UT of NEW M
1000 Miles Nearer all Eastern Markets than California.
Win) I
Tho canal system of the PECOS IRRIGATION A'D IMPROVEMENT COMPANY coyer. 800,000 acres of MAGNIFICENT LAND in this MATCHLESS LOCALITY,
enterable at the Government price, of
The land Is all PUBLIC DOMAIN and
$1.25
ONE DOLLAR AND TWENTY-FIVE CENTS PER ACRE!
Elthrr under the Desert Act, Timber Culture, Pre-emption or Homestead Laws. The soil Is a rich, chocolate-colored, sandy loam, from six t twenty feet deep, underlaid by lime-stone.
liasum-ASSEiu ju itujiijsiiss oy wie ramous uomoenana vaiiey. witn an aiutaae or a,K) feet above sea i.i. it has a CUM ATE WONDERFULLY eqitarlb and healthyi.
Sftmpnexs; no malaria; no consumption I PURE, and ABUNDANT WATER; so 1 hero produces Are cuttings of alfalfa the year, and two crops of (Train; wheat, oats and barley being harvested In Jnne and corn then planted
sn the same Jaud Ocine cut In the Autumn. For further particular, address, "THE PECOS IRRIGATION AND KMPROVBMRNT COMPANY" Eddy, Eddy County, New MexJoo,
S1.25
In fact It is a lime-stone region
-No snows; no Northers; ne

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