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fcL PASO DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1900.
I hood Rotes.
Th Denver and Rio Grande Is pre-
Darin? to erect & biir storaif building:
and sheep dipping plant at Chama.
Santa Fe's Fourth. '.
The firemen will hold a tournament
in Santa Fe. the third, fourth and fifth
of July. There will be music, sports
Rle Arriba County Fish.
Finhlnc ia cood in Rio Arriba coun
ty, according to all acoou?t and three
and flT9 oouod troat . bslag ca-Jght
In the streams. Toty thousand
rounr trout hare recectly been put in
The Sant Fc Evaporator.
The tvapirtor at Sacta Fe may ba
out ioto utne use acd earn a profit this
year as rruit ia ucuslihj piui.,y uu
rnnoh nf it i 4 imierfect owlnc to the
frequent bail storms.
Silver City's Missing Deputies.
The court Louse officials of Silver
r!lt. ar hpf ii.clc c to be anxious over
the con arrival from Mexico of depu
ties Johnson and Marshal 1 wbo were to
brine ud two prisoners, o:evenoa aaa
Brook, from Pll&res.
Ex Governor Prince at the Mining
Ex Governor L. B ud ford Prince
responded to one of the addresses of
welcome at the international mining
coQtfre-9 at Milwaukee. Nearly 2,001)
persons attended the congress atd Co
lorado alone had an exhibit of 2,000
specimens of ber ores and minerals.
Corpus. Christl Ceremonies.
The oerpmonles of Corpus Chrlsti
ri.v ,r liioreseivel v .celebrated in
Sata 1 ... Solemn mass was said in
the catbedrbl and a lonsr procession
of a thousand oeoDleor more, includ
ing hundreds of white frocked girls,
mArcbud throuffh the streets. June
rose petals strewed the streets and the
procession stopped at aitara mat. nau
been raised by the way.
Te Fight Wolres.
Wolves are beaominjj more injurious
to tbe cattle and sheep industry in this
section of No Mtxlcu than la a num
bar of years past. The reason for this
is that a few years ago cattle and sheep
men organized as a protection against
tbem as well as thieves, and as a result
thev were killed off at very little ex-
naniui to eioSi member, while on the
whole thousands of dollars were spent
in the grand work of exterminating
them. The wolf became scarce, few
stock were killed, the members lost in
terest and the association disbanded.
The wolf began to accumulate aeain,
and to-day he is doing lar more nam
age to stock than all the money pre
iouslv spent in his extermination
The organizations made a mistake, and
atoctrmen mav now find it necessary to
again unite for their mutual protect on
against their worst enemy, me won.
Brawny Miners Contest
Tucson's Fourth of July celebration
is to Include a drll.lug contest when
miners from all over the territory will
test their powers in drilling in a huge
Petition tor a Forest Reserve.
The people cf Tucson and southern
Arizooa have tent a strong petition to
Washington for the establishment of a
forost reserve in the Ca'.allna moun
Two Brothers to Hang
The Haldcrman brothers, the Tuc
son cowboys who resisted arrest and
in so doinc killed officers Ainsworth
and Moore, in April 1899, have been
given the death sentence. The date
of the hanff ine is set for August 10 in
order to fflve the doomed men time
to petition the governor for clemency.
Algerian Dates for Arizona.
W. J. Swingle of the agricultural
department is in Algeria where he
expects to purchase 200 date palms
which will be shipped to Arizona.
The climate and soil o the territory
are thought to be favorable for the
growing and ripenicg of the date and
the Imported dates will be experiment
ed with and tasted for probable crops.
Shortage of Water at Blsbee.
Owing to the extreme scarcity of
water, tho water company of Bisbee
has been compelled to restrict the use
of its water to the hours between
eleven in the morning and one in the
afternoon and to prohibit entirely the
use of water for irrigation, sprinkling
or any but actual business, pei bonal,
and household needs.
The Tucson Star says that contracts
were made at the office of the surveyor
general for SoO.COU worth of work in
the survey of the Grand Canon forest
reserve. The contracts were divided
among many civil ecgineers. Under a
rule of the general land office a ccn
tract for more than $o000 cannot be
awarded to a single surveyor, for that
is supposed to be as mo oh work as he
can do within the time allowed f Jr the
completion of the whole survey.
Murder In Arizona.
Arizona murderers have been play
ing in big lucir during the pnst year.
It is nearly a year tiace the brutal
murder of Rogers &ni Win g field oc
curred In this county, and so far as
Arizona is concerned the murderer or
murderers have net been apprehended
or brought to justice, although it is
claimed that the man wbo did the
deed is serving time In the peniten
tiary la New Mexico for a crime com-1
m'tted there subsequent to the Camp
Tbe murderers of Lessueer and Gib
bons, of Apache county, are still at
large and it is claimed have added at
leAst two more murders and probably
four, to their list of crimes since com
mitting that deed. Now comes tbe
word that tbe chase after the new
River murderers has been given up
and the prospect of their being captur
ed is very remote. Journal Miner.
The Copper Queen Hotel.
The Copper Qjeen Mining company
i plaonintr to erect a floe hotel in
Bis nee. 1 here will be forty-six bed
rooms, De-sues toe omoes, spacious
parlors, big dinlne room, laundries,
ki cbecs, wlce-cellae, cold storage
rcoms acd so on. The building will
be modelled after tbe eld mission style
of architecture, will be constructed of
brick acd cement and will be equipped
with every comfort and convenience
of modern hotel making. The Copper
Q ieen Mining company celebrated the
twentieti anniversary or its oirtnaay,
June the fourte nth. Horuce Still
man, W. H. Martin, John Bllnrd, A.
C. McLi-an, John Kvers, M. Mitchell,
and Louis Williams wore the first
prospectors who opened us the camp.
The mine i as been worked continuous
ly for thp two score years and has
devflpsd from tbe old time emeiter
with lis forty ton ieVui to the works
of today with a capacity of over a
Will be Carried oa Night and Day
Through the Summer. The
City Hall To Be Used as a Hotel.
Water for tbe Pest House.
At the meeting of the council last
night there wre.ro present all members
with the exception of Aliermea
Clifford. Tad minutes of the last
mating were read and approved.
City Attorney Kemp reported that
he was now engaged in tbe trlsj of
the suit of Mrs. Look against theoity.
Alderman Whitmore said that he had
ordered the sprinklers to be run ail day
during the summer months and that
Mr. Courcheeoe had kindly Hnt to tbe
city tbe county sprinkler. Mr. Whit
more suggested that the sprinklers be
run during a part of the night through
the summer and tbat the alteys in the
business portion of tbe town ba sprink
led. The finance committer reported the
pay roil for street improvement $33.50.
The interest on the city bonds is about
due and tbe city clerk was authorized
to pay the same.The Interest amounts
to $1, 708.50.
The proposition of Momsen & Thorne
was taken up. They propose to put
in a pipe line from the cemetery water
works to the peat bouse for S325 and
furnish water at 85 per month. The
mayor was authorized to make the con
tract in case they would agree not to
charge for water when the pest house
is not in use.
A petition for an electric light at tbe
corner oi baa Antonio ana cu rso
sh eets was referred to the fire and
A petition received from
number of persons to have the sprink
ling wagons run all night and day dur
ing the teacher s convention was refer
red to the street maintenance commit
Residents of F. anklin Heights peti
tioned that a sewer be run through toe
alley between blocks 11 and 6 and it
was referred to the city engineer to re
port at the next meeting.
Tbe mayor reported that the women
wbo were to give tht reception to the
teachers had male arrangements with
tbe old electrlo light company to place
fou. lights in the court house grounas
for the cott of moving them, ihe
lights were to be tkea from other
parts of the city and before doing th
work the company wanted tbe council
to promise them that moving the
lights would not be regarded
as breaking ttie'r contract. The
city attorney was called upon for
his opinion in the matter and he
thought that the city had no contract
1th tbe old company and that they
could do as they wished with tee lights
He was of the opinion that the council
had best take no action but to ignore
the question. This was done.
Alter soma , discussion permission
was eranted tho mayor to use tbe city
hall for the accommodation of women
teachers. This waseiven with tbe
understanding that it would not be
done except la the case of urgent nec
The council then adjourned.
Water In Cut Off.
Several persons have lately visited
tbe cut-on. below the bridge acd re
port that the water is rushing
through at a tremendous rate. The
channel of tbe river at the mouth of
the out-off is deepening and there is
every prospect tbat eventually the
water will no looger now th'ovich the
old channel, thus making overflows at
that point a thing of the past.
Lights On Obstructions-
The chief of police is taking a great
deal of interest in seeing tbat contract
ore place red lights on all piles oi
builulng materlsls on the streets since
the dszaage 6uit of Mrs. Look against
the city. He announced last night
thht the ordinance on the subject
would be strictly enforced and that tbe
contractors bad better use lights.
Penitentiary Agent Coming.
Sheriff Boore has received word
fha tho penitentiary agent will ar
rive here early next week.
To California And Back For $35.00.
Commencing Thursday, May 24th,
and t ach Thursday thereafter, up to
and icolud'ng August 30th, the Santa
e route will have on sale tickets to
Los A Dgeles, San Diego and other Cal
ifornia points at rate of $35 00 for the
round., trip. Tickets will be good for re-
urn ninety cays from date of sale.
Fort Worth and Return, 15.4.0.
Account Christian Endeavor conven
tion to be held at Fort Worth, Texas,
the Texas and Pacific Ry. will fell jou
round trip tickets June 18 and 19. pood
for return June 22, at rate of 815.40.
B. R Darbyshire, S. W. P. A.
Two poinds of Shady Grove Batter
for 45 cents at El Paso Grocery.
BA.PC3rI3ST PRICES ?
to make room for new instruments now arriving. Remember we are notf
"agent" only, but dealers, and can make prices and terms to suit our
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
IS THE BEST.
Sold only in
One Pound Packages.
Ask Your Grocer For It.
Sunset Route Excursions.
San Antonio, Texas, Meeting Texas
Industrial and Real Eest&te association.
Tickets are on eala June 25th, srond for
return until June 20 at rate of $18.70.
Cincinnati Convention B. Y. P. Q.
Date of sale July 9th, limited to July
17;h, in which to le-ive Cincinnati.
Rate; $18.80 for tbe round trip.
Sour Liuke Springs, Texas. Tickets
on sule June 1st to September 30th,
final limit October 31st. Rta $37.40.
Sacta Monica, Newport, Santa Bar
bara, Av&lon, Catalica Islands, San
Diego and other points of interest in
Tickets are on sale Thursday of each
week, until August 30lb. with a return
limit of ninety days. Rate $35.00 for
round trip. I
June 1st to September 30th, tickets
are to be on sale to all eastern, south
eastern acd northern reeorss and
These excursion tickets are good for
the return until October 31st.
For sleeping car reservations, and
information relative to these or other
excursions, call on or address,
Houston, Texas State convention
ancient order Hibernians. Tickets
are to b placed on sale June 17th aDd
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 the return to Juno
20th, at rate of one and one third fare.
Austin, Texas Democratic state
convention. Tickets on sale Junelti
and 19th, good for tho return until
June 24th. Rate $21.65.
Austin, Texas Commencement ex
ercises, etate university. For tbis oc
casion round trip tickets will be on sale
June 16th, good for the return to June
24th, at rate of $21.65.
Austin, Texas University summer
normal. Rate $21.65; tickets on tale
June 4th and 5th, good for return to
Chicago, 111. National encampment
G. A. R. Tickets are to be plaoed on
eale August 23.-d and 24th, good for
the return until Srpt. 2nd, although an
extension of limit to September 30th
may be obtained. Rate $46.80.
H. R, Tcrner, T. E Hunt,
City Ticket Agt. Cora'l agent
HERE AND THERE
We have an elegant line of ham
mocks at prices tbat will suit you.
W. A. Ikvin & Co.
Have baby as well as yourself satis
fied by ge&tlcg him the gocart that
e'lves him all the comfort he needs.
They are tbe kind with the sleeping
feature and at Emerson & Berrien's.
Best cabinet photographs for June
only $2 a dozen. Ccme ealy and
avoid toe rush. Goodloe's Studio, op
posite City hall.
Ever consider how important it was
to get tbe right thing to supply your
needs." Ihe gocart bandied by Ltner-
son & Berrien has the points that make
"It is a surprisinsr fast." says Prof.
Houton, that in my travels in all
parts of the world, for to tbe last ten
years, I have met more people havlnc
used Green's August Fiower than anT
other remedy for dyspepsia, deranged
liver acd stomach, aod for constipa
tion. I find for tourists-and salesmen,
or for persona fillinir office Dosltions.
where headaches atd general bad feel
ings from irreeular habits exitt. thai
Green's Auerust Flower is a grand
remedy. It does not iniure the svelem
by frequent use, acd is excellent for
sour stomach and indigestion."
Sample bottles free ut any drug store.
esoia by dealers In all civilized coun
"SantaFe Route Excursion"
Baptist Young Peoples' Union, Cin
cinnati, July 17, privilege
until Aug 10, S4S.8U,
Fe Ticket olhce, Mills Building.
Now Is The Time.
In the Interest of your own welfare,
now is the time to enlighten yorel!
as to the best place, at. I to betric
providing for your ctxt summer's com
fort asd pl-jaure. With this it
view, consider the matchless climata
the grandeur of scenery and the
numerous resorts of Colorado.
Drop a postal to W. F. Steriev. A.
G. P. A. or A. A. Glissoc, G. A. P. D.
f "The Denver Road." at Fort
Worth, Texas, and you will be provid-
wlth exhaustive and magnificently
stratea literature without expense.
xalTT natm unil trill hA Kflld at
every morning, July and August.
That's what Texans may enjoy
while camping during the Summer
in the mountains adjacent to tbe
The seaslon opens at
BOULDER, COLO., Sunday, July
every wecK devotea to
study and instruction. Two cays
utilized for every kind of pleasure
Mountain excursions accompanied
by out door lectures. Fishing na
tive trout full of pamlness. Ideal
sport and health for young men.
Then. too. each will have as asso
ciates the intellectual young
womanhood of the Continent.
No Other Combination
of pleasure. Intellectual growth,
and healthful association equal to
tbat provided at tbe Chautauqua
and adjacent resorts.
Send name and p.ddress for free copies of tbe
Illustrated Chautauqua Journal.
A. A. Gljsson, G. A. P. D., or
W. T. STEKL.EY, A. G. P. A.,
"The Denver Road," Ft. Worth, Tex.
Painful, unsightly eruptions, scabs anc
scales, itc-hintr sousatiou, pricKlinsi pains
thin, diseased blood, bumps, and dirt
snecks on the skin, pimples, boils, pal
skin, eaiiii!; sores and ulcers, skin am
blood humors cured by taking Botani
Blood Balm ( B.B.B.) . All the sores quickl;
heal and blood is made pure and rich by il.
use. Deep-seated, obstinate, cases tha
resist Doctors and patent medicine treat
ment vield to Botanic Blood i:aim (h.k.ij.)
The most perfect Blood Purifier made. 3
years old. - Try it . For sale by Druggists
61. per large bottle, including complot
directions for home treatment.
Srnd 6 crati to T postage on Fre Trij
Bottle. BLOOD BAL5I CO., Atlanta. C9a.
Free Of Charge.
Any adult suffering from a cold set
tied on the breast, bronchitis, throat or
lu?5g troubles of any nature, who wlli
call at any drue store, will be present
ed with a sample bottle of Bosehee'e
German Syrup, free of charge. Onlj
one bottle given to one person, and
none to children without order frorx
No throat or lung remsdy ever hac
such a sele as Boschee's German Syruf
in- all parts of the civilized world
Twenty years ago millions of bottle.
were given away, acd your druggist
will tell you its success was marvelous
It is really the only Throat and Luce
remedy generally endorsed by pbysi
clans. One 75 cent bottle will cure or
prove its value. Sold by dealers in al
"Land Of The Sky"
In Western North Carolina, be
tween the Blue Ridge on the east aod
the Alleghanies on the west, in the
beautiful valley of the French Broad,
two thousand feet above tbe sea, lies
Ashevllle, beautiful, picturesque and
world-famed as one of the most pleas
ant resorts in America. It is a land of
bright skies and incomparable climate,
whose praises have been sung by poets,
and who?e beauties of stream, valley
and mountain he'eht have furnished
subject and icspiration for the painters
brut-h. This is truly the "Land of the
Sky," and there Is perhaps, no more
beautiful region an tbe ccntinent to
attract pleasure tourists or health
seekers. Convenient schedules and
very low rates to Asheville via South
Santa Fe Route
Musical Festival Las Vegas, N. M.,
and re '.urn for $15.25; date of sale June
19-20-21, good to return June 25.
National Demccratio convention,
Kansas City, Mo.. July 4 Kansas City
and return for $L'4.90 via Senta Fe
route. Date of 9.le July 1 and 2, good
to return July 9.
Second Annual Reunion Roosevelt's
Rough Rider,. Oklaho
rca City, Okla.,
a Cl'.v ad return
for $33.05, data of alo June 29 30, good
to return leaving Oklahoma City July
A F. Staj-'itiko, F. B. Houghton,
CityTickot Ag't. Dlv. Pare. Ag'
Unlefs food is digested quickly it wil
ferment acd irritate the etoiracn. Af
ter eaeh meal lt.k a a. teaspoon ful of
Kodol Dyepeprl Cure. It digests what
you eat and will allow you to eat all you
need of wbat you like. It never fails
to cure the worst casus of dyspepsia. It
is pleasant to take. Fred Schaefer,
rm the LAND' o
I bfl.va yi'. rene'vrd a full line of
Kiegers Ulkm Perfumes as Califomij Flowers.
Palo Alio Mairosa Lil?. Ro.im-sre, li'ac,
California Wild Rose, California He-1 Rve, GVlfoTi. White Rose,
Stanford Vlol-.-t, Wild C.-a) Applet, Eto.
A yr-5 of i or White R ses or Panties will be trlven with each ounce sold
as Iom.s; as th -y !r.-r.. Ask for a p'imple of perfume, as dainty as tha flower.
M. H. WEBB, Druggist
220 SAN ANTONIO STREET
New and Second-Band Furniture
Tbe New Store a& tbe old tar.d Is where prices tilk.
A True Confession is Food for thv Soul
I promised tbe public to pay thtm more 'or their gcoos
and give tbem more goods for their mocey thai any
bujer in El Paso. I make this talk and stand by i;.
C. C. SHELTON
0(j Across from Zeiger Hotel
i On terms to suit all
9 Plua Tnnlur. Foimiliia
'A Repairing. H
'i W. G. DUNN
a0 San Ajitonlo 8.
El Paso Transfer
8ACS3, BUS BASQA.OB.
"ion U. no to mo BoutB Orat-oa 6tai
O. C. BALLINSJH. J. J. LONGWKliL.
Transfer, Livery, Feed
and Sale Stables.
Hew aifls.Rutbcr Tlres.Good Drivers
Hack Service Promptly Furnished
Triinsfrrrtiu? ct Fre!? fct. Light nC
bAUiUm. Consignments of
freirat 1 car lots for dlstribatlcn
given prozept attention. - - - -
Have 3 n itccommca&tlana for bai:3
Itn live tock ia tr&ult through tbt
city. - - - -- -- -- -- --
Fall line of w&go&t, buggies and do
livery w&gona. - -- -- -- --
Give os a Trial
No. IS tnd 14 Ran Francisco struct aaC It
Satita Fe Street.
Phone No. 1 . El Paso, Tex.
Holly, Cut Flowers,
Plants, Palms, etc.,
and shippers of CflCtl.
H. A. KEZER, - 406 San Antonio St.
tlatita & New Orleans
Atlanta & West Point
Western Ry. of Ala,
TH SHORT MNU IIFTWCTV
iTLANTA AND NEW ORLEANS.
jperate Magnificent Veatibuled Trains t.
rween Atlanta ana Montgomery, Mobil
and New Orleans.at which latter point
Close and direct connections
are made for
ll Texas, Mexico and California Points
In Addition to this Excellent Through
Train anil Car "iervlce
'eKallroHUs offer most favorable accom
Dilations and Inducements to their patrom
coresident along their line. Any on
utemplating a change of home can And
io location more attractive nor more con
ducive to prosperity than Is to be found oi
the line of these roads. ,
"THE HEART OF THE SOUTH"
w beautifully illustrated book giving detali-
oii iniorniitiion as to tbe Inducements anc
attractions aiong thee lines, can be hac
upon applicutku to tbe undersigned, wbi
lll taite plealure in giving all desired tn
W V TOVT.V T o B w tti. 1
en. Pass. & Ticket Agt. Traffic llgi.. ,
JBOSQX O. BMITH. Pres. & Gen. Manage! .
116 SOUTH OREGON STREET
You Get the Best
Soda at Rogers'. Why? Be
cause you l ave then- tre larg
est choicest Urt of syrups, and
the water is drawn aod served
with a Greenland coldoes.
Tbrooii-s surroutd the fountain
ia singles, couples, trios, quar
tettes and parties to quaff tbe
fluid that is nectar, ambrosia
and an elixir for all consumers.
Don't mistake tbe place, Rog
Next to Foetoftioo.
Branch at Chihuahua, Mexico.
R. R. Tickets
AT CUT RATES
Ticket Brokers, Jewelers and
Mexican Money Bcngbi s& Sold
Brock and O'Connor,
126 EL PA BO BTEEItT.
Memphis or St. Louis,
In Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars.
This is the Short and Quick Line.
Hours are Saved
Bj Purchasing YoarTkkots via this RanU.
For further information, apply to Ticket
Agents of Connectiu Lines, or to
J. C. Lewis, Traveling P.ss'r Aged.
fl. C. TOTCSSrSI). (i. P. and T. 1., ST. Wilt-
SIERRA MADRE LINE
(R. G. 8. M. & P. Ry
El Paso, Tex., to Casas 6randtrs,Chia., Mex
Distance 151 Miles
Opens to capita' ists and prospectors
the most rvs lurceJul anil inviting
section of Mexico.
Oonvei lent to American and Mexican
LEADING INDUSTKIKS: Mlolrg.
Lumberlm-, Stock Raiding. arm
ing and Fiuit Growing
The policy -f theHlerra Mad re Line ii
to encourage and foser In e-ery
consistent manper all lecltluiaty
luaust-lJa in Its territory . ca.cu-'
lated to oromoto the. welfare of t.h
" coup try.
i Oorrespo'jdence solicited.
J J. LOGiN, Gn Traffic Agt..
A El Paso, Texas