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TkIDaV, DKCKMBKIM. 18W0
IN" THE LKAK.
FOR THE THIRD YEAH IN SITOSW
Paid more money to claim
ants in Texas, during 1895,
than all other accident com
panies combined, it is nam
to tell which company does
the most good.
Horace 13. Steven, Agent
f HE WEATHER.
ORITBD STATES WlATHtR P""AO 1
i L PASO.TexttS, December 4. lWts.
1 . Ilme 5:64 a. iu.
Direct lon.of wlna -
Velocity of wind per hour ...
Hlffhest temperature last4 hours
Lo-eat temperature lat24 hours
Oil Heating Stoves.
The "Orient" is still in the
lead of all competitors. Al
though still early in the sea
son, they are selling rapiuiy.
The "Orient" has become so
well known that it is not nec
essary to describe it here in
detail. It is a heater, an or
nament to any room, and can
be converted into a cook
stove. No other light is need
ed when an "Orient" is in
the room. It is the handsom
est and most popular oil heat-
in device ever invented.
Over one hundred now in use;:
in tl raso; ana mey aie
cheap. Write for circular.
It is understood that under no circum
stances will the Dauntless be permitted
for the present, at least, to leave Jack
sonville h arbor.
I Berries, in eaon.
I ith nice. Dure, rich
Cream .ul the 1"$.
who visit. 1.". . -r; - t his
.1 . J. Oil"
, Leon Street, one of the Pettiest bunches
o' g ey?r. and delivers pure
place inb ""-- , h moraine t
milk to any pari, " ' , fr,r. conse-
eveninR, He has a f "t cream for
uently has a supy.j - i2-tthe Cream
elivery ana iur c
Mexican pesos. Fl Paso..
" " Juarez
Metal Is Worth.
? Gkas. F. Slack & Co.,
Tparhw Of Piano And Harmony.
Enquire at 217 Myrtle Ave. or
Francisco on ..
The Harrison Tonih
The. William Henry Harrison tomb
at North Bend, Ind.. is to oe remind
ed, and plaiHhave been submitted to
ex-President Harrison a llien ea.i wi
expenditure of So, 000.
Tne new structure will -3 ' '""S"
dressed pray Bedford stone. lie o i
lomb is on the crown ol a oi iu.,i"o
nnini knoll faeinu- ths L e:3'. ll-lli
hilU. wh(re thir are scuarawi ov mi-
Ohio river, running a few bundl ed feet
l,..l..r Thr. remains rf mOrC I D 11
momloi,s rf tht illustrious family sur
round the tomb of William Henry
tr.,..-;n ..uatnthK II III lea" citoui,
which was built in 17!i3. The original
tomb is a mere square ot ones anu
stone raised two feet above the ground,
forming a mound. An iron door leaus
down inio the Diehe where tne iou
i-epos- s, but there is no maroie iLum
the story of his acbi-.vemep.w u".
tablet recording- his glorious, actus.
The body was entombed o(i years
a?In the proposed remodeiintr, the
interior proper will not oe uiueneu
the outer part will present -a complete
change, as the front will be a concave
excavatiou into the knoll some ;0 feet
wide and about the same depth, with a
stone wall leading to the entrance.
The door will be of bronze lattice,
permitting a view of the lntei tot.
TCoston advices say Bacchante, the
famous nude woman of bronze, who has
been made love to ar.U turn jua-u iu
Brooklyn and Boston, is again a
wanderer on the face ot tne eanu. inu
Boston art commission, charmed hy
her beautiful personality, took her to
their bosoms the ot her week and placed
her on a pedestal of honor i.i the court
yard of Boston's :,000.000 library.
There sue stood a week or two : nd
thousands admired her. But now she
is to be taken from her beautiful sur
roundings and laid away in a box,
away from the admiring gl.mcoa ol
men and the scornful glauees of Boston
prudes. The art commission, hounded
on all sides by religious soc eties and
other forces, has decided to take the
statue do-.'.-n and lay it away for the
present, at least.
Why It Is That I Have
Done so Large a Busi
ness This Season. Guess?
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Go to Irvin for window glass.
mi::. i ArafiAn Rianksfor Sale at
I V I I I I L. k W V. . - " V
Rrncers. Sole Aeenls. 1
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EL PASO STEAM
Telephone No. 4-7.
A.b. fx- "FL PASO TRANSFER.
v.out. S cint CIGAR on the market.
"For Kent" and "Rooms to Let'
placards for sale at this ottice.
The best Mexican and Havana clears
.Q uH Viv the Kl i'aso uiear iuig
UTiniTio-location notices for 9ale at
the Herald job office.
rj . b- iaigc fnr houses or storerooms.
hpst form. For sale at Herald job
For Over Fifty Years.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
Kn used for children teething
t. wh tVin child, softens the.
lb owiiiuJ w " - .
oIIhtts all nam. cures wind
eholic. and is the best remedy for diar
rhoea. Twenty-fivo cents a bottle.
Pure Hyeeia Ice.
Tri. from distilled water. Ask
your familv physician or drusgist as to
nnritv and' healthfulness of our ice; tel-
9r , r
.W. v.. nAt Plnci what vou want tui
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. A .
Holiday or Wedding Present at
but we want you to
We are getting in new goods every day and our prices co say
Iclaw. H1CKOX & HIXSON.,
III San Antonio Street, El Paso, Texas
purity and healthfulness
El Paso Ice & Refrigerator
Hall's Hair Renewer eDjoys the conti-
onH nutronaee of people all over
,.iiii ,. ,1 world, who use it to res-
tra or.H ircpri the hair a natural color.
Thr.7Pt.ta of Emporia, Kan., breaks
rr.h fnilnwa: "Lt's secede. Let's
innu from the nlutocracy and
arrogance and brains and respectabili
ty of the corrupt anu u'js)iuti"""
east. Ijet's gather to ourselves here
in Kansas all our jewels and flounce
out, of the sisterhood of stales Let s
take our doll rags and quit civilization
and annex ourselves under barbarism.
Let's abolish interest: make poverty a
felony; punish work with a penalty of
enforced siieuce; make thinking a
penal offense; enact brains into butter-nir-
nmnt over 'ad aslra per aspera'
with blue mud. and in its place inscribe
in letters of seethinp goose ereae:
Vive la Lease Hurrah tor hell.' "
Some idea ot the immense bene6t
the new beet sugar factory, at Eddy,
wm be to the Pecos Valley, may be had
from the eta.ement that 1,000 head of
cattle will -be. purchased, to fatten on
the pulp of tb'is factory. Think of the
quantity of beet pulp it would take to
make one meal for this number of
cattle. The new factory seems to be
the biggest proposition that ever
struck New Mexico, outside of the
The net earnings of the Santa Fe
system for October were $l,OHG,34.i, an
increase of $134,433 over the same
month of the last year. The net earn
ings for the four months of the fiscal
year ending October 31, were $3,170,
1135. an increase of $l,ij2,G88 over the
same period of the preceding fiscal
year. During four moDtbs operating
expenses were reduced $1588, 1-6.
The Boston News Bureau says:
Private advices received from Buue,
Mont, tell of a story in circulation
among the mining people in Montana
Of a pending culdown in mining waees
throughout that state. If this shall
come, as the miners apprehend, it will,
it is said, precipitate a general strike
The Denver & Uio Grande railroad
is testing thespond and capacity of all
of its first, class engines. This is done
by means of a dynamoter car, which is
4,. -r iifhiml the engine. The dyna
mometer keeps an accurate record of
ihupH and all variations in the
grade of the roadbed.
Hot cakes at Smith's creamery.
Fresh oysters at Smith's creamery.
Juicy steaks at Smith's creamery.
Strawberries at Smith's creamery.
Typewriter paper at the Herald office.
MORE AVAR RUMORS-
General Weyler, in his
pacity, is to be puiea, tor
his wife is
dying in Barcelona, his eldest son is a
hopeless consumptive and his children
are scattered among relatives. His
excuse for going' home would bo a valid
one. Mexican Herald.
.limes T. Tavlor has been appointed
ono-ineer of the Pecos Irrigation and
Improvement company, and the Pecos
Vallev Town company. All employes
nr th water department, and all mat
rpliitioff to the same, will be under
his geiieral direction.
Trnnn'li. Fifth cavalry, now stationed
ut Fort Clark and commanded by
obtain Watts, will exchange 6tatious
,ith troon C. of the same regiment
utit.inned at Fort Mcintosh, and
commanded by Lieutenant McComb.
According to the New York World,
nnn thousand people were converted
to a recent Moody and Sankey meeting
in New i ork city.
a nanpr trust is beinsr organized in
trol the production acd
price of paper
22 pounds standard granulated sugar
for$i at, the K; Paso Grocery Co , 112
E. Overland St.
who iatVifid ffrcnc.H b-tween te
temper of a horse and the cost of his
feed in cold weather with a nood blank
et to keep him from catchine' cold, and
without a blanket? The answer will
be triven free wi:h each horse hlanket
purchased of the West T-xa. S vld ery
Co., Corner Oregon and Overland
Rent Finely furnished front
room, OUH oreguu oicv-.
Fine linen typewriter paper for sale
at the Herald office.
Wrights' butter at Smith's cream
ery. Stoves and Steel Ranges; low prices.
Momsen & Thorne s.
t. ma hrsini mida bv the Dickin-
son Home Bakery.
For sale A store front, plate glass
enquire t lis office.
Two front-rooms furnished ior rem,
:J10 Wyoming street.
Linen typewriter paper. 500 sheets
le.-al size at $1.20 at Herald jooomee.
Beautiful cottajje dinner sets $4.7u,
China Palace, 211 San Antonio
Home made cakes, pies and dough
nuts at Smith's creamery.
When in need don't forget Shedd at
30-3 San Antonio St.
New upright piano for sale cheap.
Call at room 12b Sheldon Block.
Tho TVvas & Pacific train arrived
this morning heavily loaded.
The Mexican Central was four hours
late today: due to failure ot motive
Irvin Co. are receiving an lm-
mense frtocK 01 nuuuaj -
Will Race is out today, for the first
, T T V.. t, V.. .An -,!llt.
time in two weens, uu ua v.
Shedd is still selling sundries and
doing work cheaper than any body in
Two train loads of corn arrived from
the north over the Santa ior smpmeub
to Mexican points.
22 pounds standard granulated sugar
for SI at the El Paso Grocery CO., n-
K Overland St.
The beautiful spring weather
continues to give r-i t aao a
rt-i lhx. suyar $1 00 cash. 25 lbs.
sugar $100 with purchase of 4 00 other
o-roceries. 'earce, oi oaui -u-
Pat Murtha is to be watchman in the
Texas iV Pacific yards where he win
keep his eagle optic peeled ior coai
M. J. Hynea of Jasper, Ills., sells to
r w an.-i A I S . .lean of Vanderburg,
0i uacupoen s
w'awiiino-tmi p-oa- with a Report that
t ieveland Will Spring a Sensation
Exports are in general circulation at
Washington to tne eueci. tuai. ocui
-r oiriBrin Knvembei' had given thi
o;a, inrrnm,nt COUrteOUSlv but
fi..mW t.n understand that the Cuban
v,Qiiir.n must, he crushed within three
k nr t.hrt ITnit-d States would be
..mr..tlofi tn inT.frvene hostilities.
v.uuip..- - 11-
irwuea.id that Drominent republi
can senators bad been informed of this
ultimatum. The reports 11. men
..i iut.iPBs wfirfl similar to rumor
: prevalent about a month ago and
mnhatieallv denied at the time by
officials of tnis government and also at
V.. nnr.firmnt.mn of the latest report
m Vic nhtftined in official circle
here today and it was denied
Spain had been informed of any
uHi.iiAMim. Senators who have
active in foreign affairs and have
It will be noticed bv those who follow
the movements of the cattlemen as
recorded in the daily and weekly press
of the state that there is unusual ac
tiviiy iu this industry at present. I he
market is steadily strengthenings
young cattle are in good demand for
stoe.K and feeding purposes and there is
a decided quickening all along the line.
The Express has maintained for sev
eral months that an era of good
i ho cuttle hninri was close at hand
...; ... t tha iniTPasiri!? domand for
s ... .i ... n 1 1
beef and the tremenaous suui
over the world. High prices may noi
materialize at ouce and wncn me. uu
thev may not reach the martc oiuajs
tone by, but they will rise, sufficiently
put the inaustry on a pajiu i',.
San Antonio Express.
Less than eleven years aro there
were only six firms engaged in tne
bicycle business, with an output of a
few thousand b;cycles. There are now
more than 500 linns, with a product oi
000.000. and innumerable smaiier
ones, which will probably add 200,000
more. As nearly as can ok i.in.
more than 3.000.000 bicycles are aireau.v
in use in the Uniti d Slates, anu sumc
authorities make the number greater
than this by nearly l,oou,ouu. r.veu
the smaller estimate shows that nearly
one person out of twenty four has
already taken to the cycle as a inauii
of business, amusement or health, in
Fiance, where the number is kuoud
because of the collection of a tax, the
proportion is only one in each 2o0 of tee
The lively interest taken in cycling
i;tT..rfnt. noi etres oromist s wen
The United Sates supreme
l-.. onrracrnr in neailOi?
UU3 utin Lf"r? --; f
ments in a case involving tne tine
about 800.000 a-res of land in southern
California The land was comprised
imnoi .rrjint. to the Atlantic &
l'acific Kiilroad company made in 1N
and the dispute is between the Lnited
States government and the Southern
Pacific Railroad company. Tne grant
was for feited bv failure of the Atlantic
- Pacific to bulls) i,s road wnnm im
,pee!fied time The southern Hacihc
niainw thR landon iunior jrrant. T.he
case came to the United States
mioreme court from the court of ap
peals, where the decision
to the railroad company
rrii a Inpjp il nil hl Vandrrbilt house
which extends from Filty iirst to 1'iliy-
cw.s.ri itreot. will now hecome tue
nrprtt of Geortre W anderbilt. in
tin- art iralierv there is a small picture
,i.i. William K'.Van lerbilt trave to bis
wife earlv in their married lite, wuen
they lived on Staten Island. It costs
less thau $100, but Mrs. Vanderbilt
prized it more than the most costly
work of art in the well-stocked gallery.
As Mr. Vanderbilt ooze said to his son
George, that he would noisrji i. iui a
thousind tim-s that sum, it w.U soma
day hanar on the best line in the Bilt
Dr. W. S. McDowell, the Chicago
single sculler, who competed for the
,i; ?.,,-.,-.. i ennlls t. Henlev on the
T. H. SPRINGER,
! Corner Stanton and St. Louis Street, tl raso, lexas,
iThe Acknowledged Cheapest Dealer in House Furnishing
Goods in the Southwest.
We have just received two cars of furniture consisting of Rattan and
Upholstered Rockers, Bed Room Furniture, Side Boards, Dining Tables,
And we are receiving daily a full stock of China and Fancy goods
selected by me personally, which will far surpass anything seen
T-13. SP RINGER
IB-u-rnitijire, Crockery and Carpets.
Corner of Pt. Louis and Stantou streets, -fcUJ-i i-.iw, J.
r-SpecUI Attention to out of town trade.
F.l Paso Fuel Co., arc "The" agents
for the celebrated Cerrillos White
A-h and authersite coals. Successors
r Cerrillos Coal K. K. Co. Phone
I'etitions are to bo circulated among
the republican county committeemen
asking their support for Major Mc
(J'ennonin his candidacy for the post
Thurher coal, the best for grate and
hooters, at Sli.'iO ner ton. screened and
H ..1 1 pppci 1. ()ttic at Pomeroy's Trans
fer Co. Phone Is. Chas. D. Freeman,
o'Rripn Coal Co.. are agents for
"("!,. rnllosCoal.' ' We sell the d-lebrat
iil ui'Vi i tpi Rsh and ati'hracite and make
ltv of .screened lumps for do
mestic uses. Phone 8.
Lost A lady's pocket book, green
li-nuier. containing cards, keys and
uninn tin.iiev. The owner will give the
money for the return of the other con
tents. Apply this ollice.
Hose company No 1 held their an
nual meeting last night in the city
ball, where thse otlicers were chosen:
Prjsii!nt. W. 11. Watts; vice president,
J. II. Natious: foreman, D W. lleck
hart: a-istant fun-man. James Stit
lipr? sreretarv . T. II Springer; treas
urer, W. H. Hi-mn-'ll: di-ectors, Wm.
WcCov, A- Seutlky, D. SUse.
data rlcrij4rt.ment officials on the
SUlbCU CI HI ..J
r',,v,n imat.inn expressed tne opinion
,k, riminiairation had not made
.,iiui h.nirM in its attitude, but
.. .,,,, wc- r them TH.ve it as their ow
n.ra.,nl nnininn that congress should
adopt vigorous measures to end tt
present state of affairs.
Tr. u evnected that the president wi
take early occasion to send to congress
.nnnrii Cnnsul Gen. Lt e has
..u.i.ti.i tn the, prtretarv of state on
the result of bis observations in Cuba.
A prominent member of the senate
committee on foreign1 relations sraid
today it would not be possible for the
president to send a pro-Soanish mes
sage to congress in view of the report
which Consul C-en. Lee had made to
Secretary Olney. Speaking generally
on the views of Gen. Lee, the senator
eaid that they were well enough known
to mane it clear that his report would
not be favorable to the Spanish
It is known that the report which
General Lee made presents a very
grave, not to say horrifying condition
of affairs in Cuba. One of the conditions
hp rtf-t.cn hea is that of the situation oi
the non-combatants, peaceable citizens,
who have no interest in the war except
to see it ended. These people whether
within the Spanish lines or Cuban lines
are sufferers. If within the Cuban
lines, thev plant their crops in order to
obtain a living only to have their ter
ritory raided and occupied by the
f-,r.o who immediately ue-
oynuicu .v.. .vw, -
stroy the crops, burn the houses
. . t li . nrnril-rt.V Of the planters,
upon the slightest pretext, it is alleged,
put the men to death or imprison tnem
on the ground that they have been
aiding the rebellion. In fait it is
regarded as aiding the Cubans if crops
are raised which they might obtain.
Non-combatants in Spanish territory
when occupied by the Cubans are given
like treatment on the ground that tbey
sympathize with Spain.
The report of General Lee, besides
showing what difficulties the non
combatants have to contend with in
the matter of securing enough food to
sustain life, also points out how they
are often hurried to prU-ons and con
demned without trials. Americans are
accustomed to see trials given to oer
sons charged with offenses. It is
known that (Jen.- Lee's report shows
t.hKt crneltv that practiced on both
sides, but it is said, states that moi o
cases have come to his knowledge
of wrongs on the part of the Span-
" A very conservative member of the
senate committee on foreign relations
says that the conditions in Cuba are
such that intervention by the United
States in the cause of humanity is de
manded and he has no doubt that
congress will take a stand in the mat
Treasury officials have been advised
that the suspected lilibimterer Daunt
less, which left Brunswick, Gu ,
vesterday, has arrived at Jacksonville,
FU. Last Morday the commaurter of
the revenue cutter Boutwell, who has
been keeping watch on the Dauntless
at Brunswick obtained permis ion to
steam down to Jacksonville for stores.
Within an hour aTter the Bout-veil's
departure the Dauntless got up steam
and without clearance papers started
for Jacksonville, but for what purpo-e
is not known. The commander of the
Boutwell ha been instructed to keep
tbe p'ayBtlesB uoaer strict surv'ei4u,occ.
for the intercollegiate cycle racing f r
nt. season. It Is now assured liiai a
,i mppt, will be htld next
reason, and the arTuir promises to oe
n! t.h mmt in leresttuer OI tne ear .
l-ilr. inilnnr training will be
flr.np .lnrine- the winter, t-ominoii
i,oiioruc that she will he able to retain
tv-a nliamninnahllK. hut i ale anu
Princeton have some good men in view
ho are thought to be of the Bald-Butler-Cooper
The long discussed plan for the con
solidation of the leading gas companies
of New York isnownearlycompleted.lt
is a Rockfeller scheme with, a Standard
Oil backing, and will, when completed,
put the entire greater New York
directly into the control of the giant
oil octopus, as far as street gas is con
cerned. The agitation of the project
on the eve of a legislative session will
probably .bring about what the gas
magnates most fear, a statutory legis
lation of the price of gas to at least $1
a thousand feet.
Thames. 1-1 ng land, last July, intends to
t-,. snain nt-x-t vear for the famous
n wiil start from New York
t.t.c. lust uart of March and tr ain on tho
Thames, near Kew Bridge, for three
....,r,ii,s i,ofii-f moving uo tne river 10
Renlcv. McDowell was handicapped
last vear by an inferior Americin shell
and poor sculls. He has ordered a
boa', of Clasper, the Knglisn nuuu-
ll will ako use English sculls.
It is noticed that the leae plates
have all been tanen on the s. c, tr.
K P- engines, the last one being re
moved on Thanksgiving. When tne
locomotives are purchased the works
selling them adorn ibem witn a lease
p'ate unless the fuil purchase price is
tin id. which is rareiv tne case, ami bua
nititf rpma ns uniii me engine u va
lor. Although the S. F.. 1. .S: P. road
hns hcpii in ooeration to Prescott but li
little over three years, it has already
d in full for all its locomotives.
T Gives the Highest Price
FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND
SELLS AT THE LOWEST.
Try Him - - - 116 Oregon Street.
HOUCK & DEITER,
IMPORTERS; and JOBBERS
FINE WINES AND WHISKIES
220 El Paso St.
WILLIAM J. LEMP BREWING CO., St. Louis, Mo
PABST BREWING CO., Milwaukee, Wis.
El Paso, Texas.
r. tp. j oHisrsosr & co.,
Wholesale Liquor Dealers,
Finest Kentucky Bourbon and Pennsylvania Rye Whiskies.
Sole Agent lor the Product of
The Joseph Scblitz Brewing Company
Of Milwaukee, Wis.
The Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association,
Of St. Louis, Mo.
V.'holesale Dealers In Pure Rocky Mountain Lake Ice.
Families Supplied with Soda, Parsapurllia. Vichy, Seltzer and all forms oi Mineral
ERANCH IN CIUDAD JUARsZ, MEXICO.
Col. Ward, the adjutant peneral.
f the Colorado, recom-
moniij that, "in cases where whole
bled that one of
thi. kileton organizations be desitrnat-
,i ns the. dei;ot cotnoan v or troop, and
th.it. all recruits for such reuiments.
ulr.hmiirh intended eventually for
special companies, shall be attached to
the depot company ior preumiua: v
nst.riict.inns in the school of tne sol
Dr. Edward Everette Hale of Boston,
a food man and a clergyman of fame,
mvs mat coroorauous 01 icns.
. e , .1 U
Pharisees anu proiessors anu iuc
bible society, refuse to use the revised
ion of the Kneiish blu'e. and still
hereto the Kins James translation
fi-nm whwh the revisers expasrnea
thousands of errors.
No less than five citizens of this little
town of Pecos have had to leave the
blessed land of gold standard America
to seek rnuunerative employment in
silver cursed Mexico, and others are
o-ettine- readv to follow the live. Hob
Campbell, the mayor of El Paso, made
oath that waes were lower in Mexico
and living- more expensive. The live
men who have grone from us to Mexico
are then lunatics if Bob told the truth.
a MnriiMiltnral exhibition will be
hflil in Jul ana. canit.al of the State of
Vera Cruz, during the month of Ap-il.
17 As Jalapi is famous for the
abundance uf its 11 ra, the event is
looked uoon as an auspicious alTair
Thn o-overnor will conduct the lnau-
crnral cerem inies. He will be assisted
he the most in'luential citizens of that
A recent telegram from Map'mi
savs:' Advices were received here today
ihnt. thp. Tlahnalilo company, wr-o.-e
extensive hacienda is situated in the
Xazas fiver vallev. near here, hav
succeeded in lloatinsr .(i.Vi.dlH) of old
bonds in London at par This tinancial
dl is looked upon as beinr of great
importance in Mexico.
PorsntH who believe, or profess to
hs'ii'vp. that tht-re are matiy teople in
the church who would lie out of it
lr-ss thev were h vpocriles, will
satisfaction in the intelligence
Cincinnati Baptist minister ha
ped 11!) members from the
his church because they had
Tun Itennhlifs: The bill calling for
an increase of the president'o s-alary
from .;((. 000 to S"0.(W, cabinet ollicers
to $15,000, and chief clerks in the vat
inns f.iinrt,rr.ents to 88.000 has been
passed bv congresss and approved by
The combined salaries of the judi
ciary of New York courts of r-ccord
and "minor courts amount to nearly
$ ,000 0(H). The exact sum for lMii is
$1,857, 2U0, exclusive of any contribu
tion by the state.
A. K. Cassells writes from Cripple
Creek to tho Citizen that the yreat
Colorado gold c imp is lil cd with id'e
men, and that he is disgusted with the
J. R. McGTBBON,
309 El Paso Street, Opera House Block.
S"ew and Second-hand. Furniture
And all Kinds of House-hold Goods.
FURMTCRE HCHAXGED. TWO GOOD FIRE-PKOOb SArLS tUK SALE.
Agent for Household Sewing Machines.
t- .i . ,i ..-jir. ... w - i
The maintenance of the militia at
eadville. for the preservation of p.-uce
and order in that camp,is costinp: ".oio-
rado about ?00 a day.
'22 pounds standard granulated sugar
for SI at the Kl faso Uroeeuy uo., u-
E Overland St.
Correct English translations, lately
revised, of the customs tarin, internal
revenue, min.ng. commercial, coloniza
tion, patent and laws concerning the
ai-ouisitiou nud cultivation of coffee
hjnes and other laws 01 interest in
fm-ciirners can be obtained from the
secretary of the Mexican consulate, 01 2
San Antonio St., El Paso.
Is the time to buv vour CANNED GOODS and
OTHER GROCERI'S. The prices are so low
that it will nny vou to LAY IN a supply FOR
THE WINTER." Vou will never again have
such an opportunity. We must reduce our stock
prior to our taking inventory, and in order to do
so we mane big reductions in nrices for
:r; mxTTCi a vn;i iiwr A AT
ifc X 11 1 KJ T T JJLJJ
l i a
umaiism is a foe which gives no
quarter It torments its victims day
and ni"-ht. Hood's Sarsaparilla puri
fies the blood and cures the a'hes and
pains of rheumatism.
Hood's Pills are the best family
cathartic and liver medicine. Gentle,
Curtice Bros Blue Label Corn, S cans for
Curtice Bros Early June Peas, t cans for
Curtice Bros Befugee Stringless Beans, S cans for..
Curtice Bros Boston Baked Beans, 3 lb cans, 8 cans.
Curtice Bros Boston Baked Beans, 1 lb cans, 7 cans
Curtice Bros Extra Sifted Peas, best quality, 5 cans
Curtice Bros Blue Label Peas, extr a line, equal to
the best French peas. 21b cans. 4 cans for...
Curtice Bros Little Gem Peas, very fine quality, 4
Curtice Bros Soups: Oxtail, Mock Turtle, Con-om-
ine, Julienne, Vegetable, Tomato, Mutton
Broth. Beef; regular orice 25 cts: reduced to
Curtice Bros Blue Label Catsup, 2 pint bottles, 45 cents;
2 half pint bottles 25 cents.
tj! Strictly standard California tomatoes 7 cans for SOcts:
I en oounas .wins monocram Leai luiu oj uis. it
i California standard table fruits: Peaches, Pears, Ap-$
4ji ricots, Blackberries, Green Gages, hgg Plants, ij
H H NPHTDAHV cans tor 5)1. uu.
H I JMI 1)1) IJ I Six packages Lion Coffee $1.00.
Dr. Oscar Wilkinson, S
The new wagon road from Socorro
to the Mogul Ion mnuntnins is open to
travel. The road cost about !. 200.
The El Paso sugar trut
the El Paso Grocery Co. d
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions,
and positively cures piles or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give p.-rf.-ct
satisfaction or money refunded. Price
35 cents per box. For sale by W. A.
Irvin and Co., wholesale and retail
druggists El Paso.
I.'.i'o resident surswn V"ye, Ear. No:
Throat Hospital, New Orleans, La.
SPECI A-I-iI 1".
Fritrtiep i-ontitH'd to l'.:ir Kye. Xo'P &
Oliii-i' : hours in to V. in : 1 to
Consultation livetn io.- from S to !i: ;n a
UOOM MOlUIHOl h -I.Ot'K
Dr. A. J.
Room 2. Bronson Block. Ollice hours,
8:.10 to 12 a. m.. 1 :30 to 5 p. m.
)R, 0. C, BU0WN,
Specinl In Te; is:
Good Gun Powder Tea. reeular price 35 cents p?r jiouail, reduced to Tl cnts per
Th,oat I'sfi Strictly god iiia!ily Guo Powder Tea, regular price 73 cea's per pound, reduced ijt
" r i. i. '- ...... i
ijt Eoslish Breakfast Tea, regnln piee 155 cents per piiund, teducid to 22J cents per
Stridly go'-d iiiality Youult Uysen Tra, regular price 50 cnis pen pound, reduced ii
to !!0 rents ner mm !1I
V I I T. I... .,.!.!. i. oiMifo nri ItAllnd nr.rlnitAil i PTt
IH HOUU ililjilll ltd, H!;uiir l v iu iw uuu wo uuuu, iiuuuu i i
Rooms 2 nd
rl ii ml v Rloo. i
T ii fact w
su r :i ni il:i
iiy and ,ran
i. CUIUS i'i
m:i k 11k- r.d n't ions on m-arly verytliinsi wo rarrv only to rcilnco
t ik.k ii iiKi- t :i k i III; i ;i t'n i oi v, on i ior i i r. r. v . . . u m-
'I ini-i tli-' opti'i-t ii nil y to l:iv i:i a sutily of itror-r.es of the hest iuh1
1 :it from o lt imt fiit i's ki n vti:i t. on
wonlti t!iy elsewhere
I'D t h;it on Thursday,
: i. in .art in store
Notice of As
Not iff is In-ri-liy civ
i t......iii tn-,. tit sir.
it I. .vsrr I n .in KI I'aso. Texas. I willsi'll
:t. IHll'ilii- Ollti rv to I ! highest Milder for
cash all t Ii" sioi'L' " x t u res and a. con ns and
other as- ts, i ot ine inli' tr i-ash money, he
lon 'iti" to ' he tir n of II. Kayser .V: o I re
serve tlio r in In to re.i i-t any "nd all !ls- I
Wm. !. Hi "i;ts, Assignee.
El Paso, Xtasi yv. lf$
I EL PASO GROCERY CO.J
f'f US EAST OVFRIiAND F5TT"E H3H3T. ?
!'" XOTK: Canneil tro.xls have advanced from :
4 u"ot-d al live are for les- thau we can huy NHH' i:
to 40 per cent