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El Paso daily herald. (El Paso, Tex.) 1881-1901, June 21, 1900, Last Edition 4:30 p.m., Image 3

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THE DAILY HERALD
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EL PASO DAILY HERALD,
GREAT
OF THE EL PASO DAILY HERALD
CONTE3NTS
History of El Paso Prom Earliest
Times to Present Day.
Prior to the Mexican War.
From the Mexican War to 1880.
The New El Paeo 1880 to 1900.
Resources of El Paso, Industrial
and Commercial.
El Paso as a Residence City.
Ciudad Juarez. Mexico.
(BY ERNEST E. RUSSELL SECRETARY OE
THE EL, PASO CHAMBER Or COMMERCE.)
Pioturesque El Paso.
Natural Scienoe of the Great
Southwest.
- Botany.
Blogeograpby.
Zoology.
Geology.
El Paso's Unsurpassed Climate.
An Ideal Place for Consump
tives. Street Scenes in El Paso.
El Paso's Bocial Advantages.
Industrial El Paso.
The El Paso Chamber of Com
merce. The El Paso Daily Herald.
Other Newspapers.
The Public Library.
Publio School System.
The Churches of El Paso.
Fraternal and Benevolent So
cieties. The El Paso Fire Department.
West Texas.
Sanderson,
Weatberford,
Eastland,
Colorado,
Clint,
Boqulllas
Snyder.
New Mexico.
Agrlcul. Col.,
Las Cruoee,
Sliver City,
Dentin?,
Santa Fe,
Socorro,
Hilisboro,
Eogle,
Rlncon,
Gold Hill,
Anthony,
Earlham.
The White
P. & N. E.)
The Mountain Road, (A.& S.
Mining Outlook.
Successful Farming.
Hunting and Fishing.
Alamogordo.
13R. F. T. SAM
SANITARIUM
Chinese Teas ,
Herbs and his
Vegetable
Compound
cured over 500
diseases In this
city
No minerals used.
The secret of bis
success la: He cures
the people.
Medicine mailed
to any address.
Office:
311 St. Louis St.
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Bicycles, Locks, Gasoline Stoves., Etc.
Bioyolo Supplloa
C. B. UOBBIS 418 Mesa Ave
ANDERSON'S
Fruits
AND
Jams
10c per Can
AT
W. N. CARL'S $
GROCERY HOUSE
Telephone 158
Francis Building, Crosby Ave.
CALIFORNIA STABLES
W. F. CARPENTER,
Proprietor
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horses thai
any one can drive. Special attention Riven
to Boarders. Opposite Fire Department.
'Phone 41. El Paso, Texas.
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THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1900
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The Sacramento Mountain Re
gion. Cloudcroft.
The Pecos Valley.
Carlsbad.
Arizona.
Tucson, Cherry,
Globe, Indian Hot Springs,
Yuma, Mohawk,
Pima, Mammoth,
BriggB, Pearce.
The Conquest of the Sierra
Madre.
A Corner of Mexioo.
The Mormons In Mexico.
Chihuahua.
Chihuahua,
Casas Grandes,
San Pedro.
Sonora.
Maps
The Seven Pointed Star.
El Paso, the Metropolis of the
Great Southwest.
Portion of Northwest Mexioo.
Panorama of Part of the City of
El Paeo.
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY
ONE OTHER ILLUSTRATIONS.
Peoos,
Balllnger,
Midland,
Hereford,
Van Horn,
Ochiltree,
Los Cerrillos,
Algodones,
Mesllla Park,
Allison,
Paraje,
Grafion,
Roeedale,
Separ,
Los Lunas,
Malaga,
Jemez Hot Springs,
Oaks Railroad.
(E.
M.)
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Neighbor-
I hood Notes
TEXAS.
St. Louis Imports Water from Texas.
Contrary to the general opinion
that Texas la the dryest of states, she
has water to sell. Leading St. Louis
phpaiclana are recommending the
Mineral Wells water and it is being
largely exported to that city.
Negroes Strike.
The plantation hands in Fort Bend
county and tbe oounttes in the "blaok
belt" have struck for higher wages.
It is diffloult to get farm labor and
the crops are growing rapidly and
In many oases the farmers have
aeoeded to tbe demands of the negroes
after a few days' delay.
Wheat Twice Shocked.
Hilisboro records a curious freak of
the lightning. A flash oame from a
seemingly cloudless sky and set fire to
the wheat field of J. W, Leazer. The
wheat was perfectly dry and had been
out and shocked. A breeze was blowing-
and before the farm hands could
extinguish the flames, twenty four
shocks had been destroyed.
County Courthouse Burned.
Tbe Jackson county courthouse at
Edna was burned and the building and
a large number of valuable court re
cords were totally detroyed. Tbe aotual
money loss is $17,000, the insurance
6,000. It is thought the fire was tbe
deliberate work of some interested
Incendiary.
Paahaadle Troubles.
Tbe stockmen of the Panhandle are
aaakiag energetic complaints of thefts
of stook and of other orlmes committed
against their property by outlaws in
th Panhandle. It Is claimed that the
peace officers of some of the oountias
are negligent In protecting tbe stock
men. Adjutant General Sourry haa
sent rangers and is himself there Investigating-
the troubles.
El Paso County's Crops.
The Dallas News In printing an ex
haustive account of crop conditions all
over the state, gives the following for
El Paeo county:
El Paso The crops of the valley on
the Texas side of the Rio Grande in
this county were greatly damaged this
season by the long drouth, the rlver.on
which tbe farmers defend for water to
supply their irrigation canals, being
entirely dry until a few weeks ago.
The corn acreage this year is 40 per
oeat lees than usual. The wheat arre
ars was greater, but that crop was a
failure owing to tbe droutb. The oat
aereage ia 30 per c-nt lea than usual.
Graoea and alfalfa, two of the most
profitable products of the valley, have
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been cut short about one-half by lack
of water, and the fruit orop was greatly
damaged. There has been no diversi
fication of crops.
Sunset Route Excursions.
San Antonio, Texas, Meeting Texas
Industrial and Real Estate association.
Tickets are on sale June 25th, good for
return until June 29 at rate of 813.70.
Cincinnati Convention B. Y. P. U.
Date of sale July 9th, limited to July
17th, in which to leave Cincinnati.
Rate; $48.80 for the round trip.
Sour Lake Springs, Texas. Tickets
on sale June 1st to September 30th,
final limit October 31st. Rate $37.40.
Santa Monica, Newport, Santa Bar
bara, Avalon, Catalina Islands, San
Diego and other points of interest in
Southern California.
Tickets are on sale Thursday of each
week, until August 30th, with a return
limit of ninety days. Rate 835.00 for
round trip.
June 1st to September 30th, tickets
are to be on sale to all eastern, south
easter n and northern resorts and
watering places.
These excursion tickets are good for
the return until October 3 let.
For Bleeping oar reservations, and
Information relative to these or other
excursions, call on or address,
Houston, Texas State convention
ancient order Hibernians. Tickets
are to be placed on sale June 17th and
18th, good for return until June 24th.
Rate, one fare for tbe round trip.
Emancipation day. On June 18th
and 19th tickets will be sold to all
points, limited for tbe return to June
20th, at rate of one and one third fare.
Austin, Texas Democratic state
convention. Tickets on sale Junel6
and 19th, good for the return until
June 24th. Rate $21.65.
Austin, Texas Commencement ex
ercises, state university. For this oc
casion round trip tickets will be on sale
June 16th, good for the return to June
24 th, at rate of $21.65.
Austin, Texas University summer
normal. Rate $21.65; tickets on sale
June 4th and 5th, good for return to
July 22nd.
Chicago, 111. National encampment
G. A. R. Tickets are to be placed on
sale August 23rd and 24th, good for
the return until Sept. 2nd, although an
extension of limit to September 30th
may be obtained. Rate $46.80.
H. R. Turner, T. E Hunt,
City Ticket Agt. Com'l agent
Unless food is digested quickly it wll
ferment and irritate the stomaoh. Af
ter each meal take a teaspoon ful 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,
druggist.
The Chinese ask "how is your li
ver?" Instead of "how do you do?" for
when tbe liver is active the health is
good. De Witt's Little Early Risere
are famous lHtle pills for the liver and
bowc-3. Fred Sobaefer, druggist.
Two oounda of Shadv Rn Rntla
for 45 cents at El Paso Grocery.
3
Cents
for $1.00
for $1.50
115
or mailing
Brave Men Fall
Victims to stomach, liver and kid
ney troubles as well as women, and all
feel the results in loss of appetite,
poisons in the blood, backache, ner
vousness, headache and tired, listless,
run down feeling. But there's no need
to feel like that. Listen to J. , W.
Gardner, Idaville, Ind. He says:
"Electric Bitters are just the thing for
a man when he is all run down, and
don't care where he lives or dies. It
did more to give me new strength and
good appetite than anything I could
take. I can now eat anything and have
a new lease on life. Only 50 cents at
Irvin & Co's., Drugstore. Every bottle
guaranteed.
A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cared.
"At one time I suffered from Bevere
epraiu of the ankle," says Geo. E.
Cary, editor of the Guide, Washington,
Va. "After using several well recom
mended medlcinis without success, I
tried Cbamberlan's Pain Balm, and
am pleased to Bay that relief earns as
roo as I bean its use and oomplete
cure speedily followed." Sold by all
ougglst.
Hotel Palacio, Chihuahua.
A Labansat, as successor of J.C. Me
Dermott, will conduct the above hotel
an the American plaos. The new man
agement assures tbe public of first class
arrangements in every detail.
You may as well expeot to run a
steam engine without water as to find
an active energetio man with a torpid
liver and you may know that hia
liver Is torpid wher 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 his liver to its
normal functions, renew his vitality,
improve his digestion and make him
feel like a new man. Price. 25 oents.
Samples free at all drug stores.
Ivy poisoning, poion wounds and all
other accidental Injuries may be quick
ly oured by using DeWltt's Witch,
Hazel Salve. It is also a certain cure
ort piles and skin diseases. Take no
oher. Fred Schaefer, druggist.
All who suffer from plies will be glad
to learn that DaWltt's Witch Hazel
Salve will give them instant and per
manent relief. It will cure eczema and
all skin diseases. Beware of counter
feits. Fred Sohaefer, mggist.
"The Cannon Ball" is rolling along
arid many other delicious dishes and
drinks which are helping to keep the
people of El Paso cool and happy
during these hot days. Potter & White
Now is your obanoe to get paper for
that room at about your own price. Go
to Ehrnherg's and make your selection
from 20.000 rolls of paper. See Fire
Sale ad in tbe Herald.
The beet butter In the market, Shady
Grove, 2 pounds for 15 cents at El Paso
Grocery Co.
Steam dyeing and cleaning works,
Brossy.llO Meaa Ave. Phon. 382.

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