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EL PASO DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20. 1900
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SMOKE and WATER
The recent Fire at my Store makes it necessary for me to close out
my large stock of Paints, Oils, Painters' Supplies and
I OVER 20,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER, f
whirh have been slitrhr.lv damaged bv Smoke and Steam, at almost
which have been slightly damaged by Smoke and Steam, at almost
YOUR OATIsr PRIOB
1 Never was such an opportunity before offered to the people of El Paso 1
Thousands of cans of Paint and Oil, just as good as new, only the labels slightly discolored, but must be disposed of, to make room for hew goods,
S more attractive for our shelves. DO NOT MISS THIS SALE. Come and get what you want for present and future use. My store must be S
cleaned and made ready for the Fall Trade. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE!
The Sale will begin at Once.
Come while the Stock is Full.
2 'PHONE 298.
322 S. EL PASO ST. 3
..MA. .Ml. MIL Ml.
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-A GLANCE AT-
OP MEXICO will ehow yon that the MEX
ICAN CENTRAL RY. reaches all cf th
Important points of Mexico. The tabi
land of Mexico traverseo n its entirety t
Mexiean Central Ry
offers most desirable resorts for the summer (as well as 01 winter) notab I j
Guadalajara, Lake Chapala, Agnascallentes, which are high and dry
where every day In the year is pleasant and every night co ....
Sunshine and Strawberries Every Day in the Year"
For rates and other Information, apply to
B. J, KUHN, Commercial Agent, El Paso, Texas.
FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR!
High Patent Hard Wheat Flour,
Polar Bear High Patent Soft Wheat Flour.
New Era First Patent Soft Wheat Flour and Graham Flour.
Fresh Ground White Corn Meal.
Carload of Above Goods Just Received at
THE RALSTON GROCERY.
Sole Dealers In Tbe Only Ralston Health Flour.
J. R. McGXBBON,
800 El Paso Street. Opera House Block.
STOVES ST. CLAIR STEEL RANGES, CROCKERY. LAMPS.
Refrigerators Cheap In Order to Close Out.
DE. F. T. SAM",
Teas and his
cured over 500
diseases in tbls
No minerals used.
Thfl flAPAt nf Vila
success la: He cures
to any address.
311 St. Louis St.
FBEE Alit KKPAIKINO OP
Bicycles, Locke, Gasoline Stoves.,
C. K. MORRIS 418 Mesa Ave
fof SUNSET 3
The Short Line to all Pacific Ooast points, with train
service consisting of
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
Pullman Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars
The beat route to all Eastern and Southeastern points. All the princlpa
cities reached with one change.
Pu.llma.n T,ourlst 'rom El Paso to Washington, New Orleans, Chicago
and Cincinnati without change.
These cars are In charge of a special conductor and provide the maximum
amount of comfort at a minimum cost.
Pull information cheerfully furnished by addreesirg or calling upon
a F. B. MORSE, Pass. Traf. Mgr.,
U J. PARKS, 8. P.4T A.
T. E. HUNT, Commercial Agent, Cor. San Antonio and Oregon Sts.
10c per Can
W. N. CARL'S
Fancy and Staple
Francis Building, Crosby Ave.
Mines and I
W. F. CARPENTER,
fJvftfV Fntvl an1 Qttla.DruKla n... v,-&
y wi v u vnuici UUX SOW bUlll
any one can drive. Special attention Riven
to Boarders. CauoMte Fire Dntni
Phone 41, El Paso, Texas.
To Look After Mines.
Thomas Hall, nashior amrl Q Rrlt.
ton, storekeeper, for the T. & P. Coal
Co., came up from Tburber Monday
and were in tha oily until this morning
when thev left for Jarllla tn Innlr m.fti
their mining interests there. They
own stock in rich placer and Quartz
miaesin the Jarilla district.
T. FT . Bonz. a nrnmtnunk mlnla.r
man from Sablnal. Chlh la in tha oit
Mr. Allen, tbe Chihuahua mining
man, came in last night from Mexico
and left with his family this morning
for Lios Angelas, where thev will
spend the summer.
To View the Concentrator.
A eartv of nanitallata InUniliJ In
J r- - - - w , .hww.w.w .u
mining, who are sojourning In the Pass
City, went over te Juarez te visit the
smeltine- nlant at that nlaea. Tk
mala object of the visit was to examine
the ooncentrattag tables placed in that
ma oy ids in t-aso Mill ana Smelter
New Machinery For Parral
A Wealthv Denver svndicatn nnnln.
luo uaiaeiario mind nmp
Alex., is putting In new maohinery in
their mine. Among the new additions
are two Corliss engines and a forty
stamn mill with Wilflv Mnwnt..iin.
tables. This company has great confid
aace ini ts Parral property.
The full eeaelement of ISO
In the new mill of Esperaaza Ailaiag
Co . at El Oro, Mexico., started last
week. This is twenty stamps more
tbaa tbe equlpmeat of the Americaa
UlnlagCe's, new ill. The Iaeraa
ta's aew mill cesameaeed the frst ef
this year with only forty stamps ia
operation but added others as their
baslaass justified until tha full equip
ment was completed.
Deep Mining at Pines Altos.
A prominent mine man front Piaos
AltOS Bars that mnv nf tha
in that district are baiag sunk to a
greater aeptn, navlng found that the
greater tne aeptn tne richer and more
plentiful the urcduct.. Th Frm..k
estate's mine has recently been sunk
to a depth of 900 feet. The Deep
down mine, owned by Colorado bank
ers, hasalreadv attained a. rionrh
925 ft. and will go deeper. Water in
iqis is trie t is plentiful and the deeper
the mine tbe greater the water mm.
The Jarlllas Lively.
W. B. Bates, superintendent and
general manager of tbe Electric
Milling it Mining Co's., amines at
Jarilla, N M., is at the Zeiger. He
says lota of rich placer gold is being
taken out of the mines of his company,
it running at least ten dollars to the
square yard, but that owing to the
lack of water only about half of it can
be secured. His company expects to
sins a wen, to supply watr for the
wash, in the near future. Mr. Bates
says every mine at Jarilla is taking
out large quantities of rich ore.
There is not an idle man in camp and
everybody is happy.
The Organ District.
F. G. O'Ceanell. an attorney at law
from Chisago, has just returned from a
tour of pros peoting through the mining
aistncis 01 ine oan Andreas and Orgaa
mountains in New Mexico.
He found great aetivity ia the mines
of this diitrlot Hand sees far tbem a
great future. He says he firmly be
lieves that if capital can be interested
to the extent of taking active held ea
claims la these places another Lsad
rllle will be the result.
Rich erepaiegs are to be found e very
tea or fifteen feet all through these
mountains and big-paying ore ia al
ready being taken out in large quar
titles in many places.
air O'Coeaell eaya there is almost
sura te be a large smelting plant
erected aemewbere between these two
mountain ranges la a short time, whleh
will result in a greater activity and
more extensive development of the
geld, silver, oepper and lead deposits
se plentiful in these mountains.
Tbe El Paso Iron Furnace.
"There is talk of establishing a
furnace at El Paso for the f.rpatmnnt
of iron ore," says an exchange. It
seems that most of this talk is
abroad. It can't ha heard in sufficient
quantity to suddIv the demand at home.
Such talk would be musia In tha
average El Pasoan'a par. Thnrn
also talk of such an enterprise at Alamo
cor do and White Oaks, and V. V,n.
shouldn't be oaught napping.
it is clear as 1 Paso weather that
El Paso Is tbe proper Dlace for the loca
tion of this furnace. Its location
here would mean a greater develop
ment of the rich iron ore deposits near
here and a win or to tha ptmIIabc ma.na
of transportation it would be an easy
matter for ore to be brought here from
all DOlntS af the iron mininir H1atrlta ln
a radius of a hundred or mere miles of
Ia fact, from those Droduclnir the
greatest amount of iron nr tha wav
into El Paso is all down grade, a truth
which can not be stated in regard to
the ether places talking of establishing
an iron iuraace. L.et'8 bear more talk
ef it. Let's have It. It will mean
more business for El Paso and as it is
almost sure to be located somewhere
in this neighborhood, if we. will be
properly active to our interests we can
get it,for El Paso is clearly the proper
site for it.
You may as well expect to run a
steum engine without water as to find
an active energetic man with a torpid
liver and jou may. know that bie
liver is torpid when he does not relish
his food, or feels dull and languid
after eating, often has headache and
sometimes dizziness. A few doses of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will restore bis liver to ita
normal functions, renew his vitality.
lmorove his dtiraRt.in n CI rift malra Vi m
feel like a new man. Price. 25 cents.
Samples free at all drug: stores.
TWO DOUnds Of Shadv drnva
for 45 cents at EI Paso Grocery.
A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured.
"At one time I suffered from severe
epraiu of the ankle," eays Geo. E.
Cary, edltorof the Guide, Washington,
Va. "After using several well recom
mended medicines without success, I
tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and
am pleased to say that relief oame as
r on as I began its use and complete
cure speedily followed." Sold by all
Unless food is digested quickly It wll
ferment and irritate tbe stomach. Af
ter eaoh meal take a teaspoonful of
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what
you eat and will allow you to eat all you
need of what you like. It never fails
to cure the worst cases of dyspepsia. It
is pleasant to take. Fred Schaefer,
The Chinese ask "how is your li
ver?" instead of "how do you do?" for
when the liver is active the health is
good. De Witt's Little Early Risers
are famous little pills for tbe liver and
bowcj. Fred Schaefer, druggibt.
Tbe best butter in tbe market, Shady
Grove, 2 pounds for 5 cents at El Paso
All who 6uffer from piles will be glad
to learn that DeWitt's Witoh Hazel
Salve will give them instant and per
manent relief. It will cure eczema and
all skin diseases. Beware of counter
felts. Fred Sohaefer, -uggist.
Steam dyeing and cleaning works,
Brassy, 110 Mesa Ave. Pfaon. 382.
"The Cannon Ball" is rolling along
and many other delicious dishes and
drinks which are helping to keep the
people of El Paso oool and happy
during these hot days. Potter & White.
. Mrs. G. Rouy. French Dressmaker,
nas moved to 4UU a. Ooboa St.
Traveler Why are those people be
ing sent to Siberia?
Russian Official They refusivite
do their starvingivitz in quietivitz.