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ji ii ifi .V; sy l T - - . -4-- il li V' "' f - "d " -C. mm mm mm mm You never have found anything to surpass the coffee and biscuits that your mother made, but the PRINTING that delighted ycur father and the prices that he considered rea sonable would hardly prove sat isfactory to you in this ape of progress and competition. UP-TO-DATE ,e an appropriate terra in speak fngr of the printing' we do. We have a lot of new equipment, and are constantly receiving the lat est styles of type. Books and Pamphlets of every descrip tion printed in the neatest and most attractive styles. If you want a catalogue or Constitution aad By-Laws printed, call on us WE HAVE increased our faciltie9 for doing commercial printing. We do not claim to be the cheapest printers in the State we are not running a Chinese laundry but we do Commereial Printing at the lowest prices that good work can be done for. Our Specialty Lawyer's Briefs, CLEAN PROOFS, QUICK TIME, ATTRACTIVE STYLE. HERALD JOB OFFICE, 'Phone 115. ui m uuu mm llllil J', , '-. V- -qfW -in -i&W yAfc. ttV, jtfc. .i. !. -js- -ftT r May A foot-hold for Consumption i-s what you are olTerine, if y.ur blood is impure. Consumption id simply Lunjr Scrofula. A prrcfulous condition, with a slight i-ou'jh or e;il'l, is all that it needs lo devt lo-) it Hut ju.t as it dcpciiils upon tho blooi for its origin, so it depends upon the blood for its cure. Tht; surrst remedy for Scrofula, in r-very form, the mos', illc'Cive blood-cleanser, tleh builder, a'll fttrcngi h-retorer that's known to nulicul s.-iencc, is Doctor I'.eroe's GoUien Medical Diseove.-y. For Consuiiuition in all its earlier stages, and for Weak Luni?s, Asthma, Severe Co'J;iis, and all .Bronchial, Throat, and Lunff all'cctiocs. Not a few who road what Mr. Robert Ron Is, of Hollands, Va., has to say beloA-, wiil remember their own exper ience uniier like circumstances: L-.isl winter I had la grippe which left me in a lo stale of health. J tried numerous remedies, none of which did -me any cood, until I was induced to try a bottle of Chamberlain'sCoujjh Remedy. The lirst bottle of it so far relieved me that 1 was enabled to attend to mv work. and the second bottle effected a cure For sale at 2" and .0 cents par bottle by all druggists. Mexican Central Railway Is the only standard eaure line be tween the United States border and Mexico City. Mexico is known as an ail tho year rouud tourist resort for pleasure travel. Health resorts and mineral springs ad apted to all the various ills to which human flesh is heir are found in the ereit country. Climate unsurpassed For'full particular address. J. F. DONOHOE. Com'l. Aerant. El Paso, Texas Many merchants are well aware that their customers are their best friends and take pleasure in supplying- them with the best, pood obtainable. As an instance, we mention Perry & Came ron, prominent druggists of Flushing, Michigan. They say: "We have no hesitation in recommending Chamber lain's Cough Remedy to our customers, as it is the best cough medicine we have over sold and always gives satisfaction. " For sale at 25 and DO cents per bottle by all druggists. Via Santa Fe Route. Round trip rates to Las Vegas Hot eprings at all times, as well as to the seaside resorts on the Pacific coast. Full information cheerfully furnished upon application to. E. Copland, General Agent Pure Hygeia Ice. Made from distilled water. Ask your family physician or druggist as to purity and Jaealtbfulness of our ice; tel ephone li. El Paso Ice & Refrigerator Co Notice to all Travelers. Travelers Insurance Tickets have asrain placed on sale at the Southern Pacific city and depot ticket office. T. E. Httnt. Com'l Agent. iP'iL iv- -V3V- vi. 4'. .&. ;psE33Ssr3 braeaaaav AVc sive a ralnable'book frte to every business man who will nay the mere av cot o.' mailing. The lmoU i 'Seu cl ions fnm Ciood Advirtising," by Charles Aus tin FJates, 1 1 contains loo iarge pages and its price is r0 cents. It was published ' in order to give bus ness men a sample of what is confiined In Mr Bates' grout 7"0-J-i page v. lume, "Gooi Advertising" i price .),0i. Each copy of "fSelectlons" contains Mr a coupon good tor Till cents on ttie purchase price of ' Good Advertising." The cou i?i pon and ?4.." will buy the no book. We give you a copy of "selections" Absolutely Free If you will send l"cent-, to pay the cost of mailing. We want every business man in the world to have a copy, U'e are willin to lose money on it. bacause we believe nine out. of ten of those w ho get it will want ar.d buy the complete 7'io-page volume The oiler is o business men only: all others will have to pay full price, "selections" contains twelve chapters i'.nd Itt'l pages. "Gooi Advertising" contains Tiki pages, divided into 170 chapters treating of every phase of the adver tising jue-tion. It tells how much to spen I: where to sp-nd it: how to display your ads: how to write them: how to make them pay: how to illustrate them: how to save money on t hem. i t covers every point in every-day advertising in every line of business. It tells all about tye and printing. It gives .food, practical aid for practical men. It is written and compiled by .4. iv ii ii .;? .. ii '.sr - 9 Charles Austin Bates, the leading authority on adver' ising. Mr Bates is the most successful advertising man in America today. In three short years, during a pariol of business depres sion, lie has built up the greatest business in his line in the world, He Is a "spe cialist itl advertising " He makes pUns, gives advice, writes and illustrates ad vertising. Some of tin largest advertisers in the world ate his clients, A single one of them lias paid him over .mn this year for writing t he rigln sort of adver tising mat ler, T lions mils of advertisers, big and li r.t le, have been benefited by his knowledge and experience, and have told him their trials and tribulations; their successes and failures. They have told him what paid and what did not. Mr B i'es lias been all his life in acquiring the knowledge of absolute busi ness facts that lie has put into this big book. We have bound together in its 700 pages knowledge, the proper use of which brings r Bates bis net incorce of over fi0,0 K) a yeir, All of this is yours for s.-,,O0, or for 1,50, if yoa sen! your 10 cents to pay for mailing a cory of "Selections." Good Advertising' is the only book of its kind. There is nothing eHe like It. We have sold over :1000 copies since February 1st, ISHij, every copy with the understanding that it could be retu-ned if unsatisfactory, and not a single book has come back, -On the contrary, we have received nearly 1000 Testimonials from business men who have found the book of value and benefit to them. It has been endorsed by such eminent, brainy and successful men as: ROBERT C. OGDEX i. Managing Partner, firm of John Wunumaker, GEO. P. ROWELL, TubMslier American Newspaper Directory advertising agent in America. .. m i MANLY M. for many years John Wanamaker's sid.ihki a l shrewdness in advertising matters Is known DR. R. V. President World's Dispensary Medical Association, BulTalo, N, Y whose annual ex peuijil li re fur ad veri ising is not, less than ha1 f a mil liun dollars, and who has made a fortune of several millions bv successfully advertising good medicines, WM. DEAN HOWELLS found "Good Ad veil Isi "g" of su indent Interest to give It a notice, oscup ying near ly a whole page of Harper's Weekly, CHARLES t lie wnr'il fanio:;s eilitor of the New York intelligent ail vnrl iser-s ho buy t his book. One man savs the bu ll; 'his been wori li ?1.00H to him: anol her that it is worth S5.IH1 a page: n not ler I hat. he w . hi Id n't. t :i ku - Ml for it,; an jtlier that its worth sMU I to the Urni whose advertising he manages, :. .. -..- -.. -. 'Af -.. -.. .T?"T?eT?i)T??7?ir1f ?T?i? Itemeiiiber that Hii pai'es of selections from this great book ir.ay be had, neatly iiunil in paper covers. Absolutely Kree, bv business men who will send a silver d.rue, or 1 nts in Hianips to r-pay for mailing It. Anyone not in business for hiins If v. il! ha ve to pny full prlc ."0 cents. This oiler is for a. limited llmonnlv. 1 1, is bring widely ad vertlsnrf If your Hi . ii . ' .urns ai oii", ,ve wii i return tne money. 1 Holmes Publishing Co.J ii-. n -i- us .ei uiiins 13 Beekman Street. New York. New Tourist Sleeping. Car Service. The Southern Pacific have inaugu rated through Pullman Tourist sleep ing car service as follows: Between Washington, D. C. and San Francisco, via Piedmont Air line, passing El Paso east Mondays and west Tuesdays. Between San Francisco and Cincin nati, Oh:o, via Queen & Crescent pass in z El Paso east Sundays aad west Mondav s Between San Francisco and Chicago via Illinois Centra', passing El Paso east Fridnys, west Saturdays. In addition to this special tourist cars for San Francisco leave sl faao on Frirhn s and Sundays. i The cars are operated by the Pull man enmnanv on same- plan as lirst class sleepers, aud like first class slftiinRrs are furnished complete with mattresses -curtain blankets, pillows sheets and nillo-v sii;. new upholster fd sents (fanel beiusr put in and other imDroveraenls made. Clean sheets and pillow cases are put on every night. Berths in these cars are available to through or local passen gers holding first or second class exfiirsinn tickets. Each car is or in charge of uniformed porters to make m berths and keen the car clean. For rates and further information call H. R. Turner. T. B Hunt, on Ticket Clerk. Commercial Agent, Corner San Antonio and Oregon streets, El Paso, Texas. For a nain in the che3t a piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain' Pain Balm and bound on over the seat of the pain, and another on the back between the shoulders. will afford nrnmnt relief. This is especially val uable in cases where the pain is caused by a cold and there is a tendency toward nneumoaia. For sale by all druggists. Strong Again ! New Life, NewStreng th, New Vigor. THE ANAPHRODISTIC! From PROF. DR. RICORD of Paris Is the only remedy for restoring strength under guaran tee. :ind will brinir back vourlost uowers and stop for ever the dangerous drains on your system, inev act quicKiy, creaLe a uuinujr digestion, pure, rich blood, hrm muscles, rug ged strengt li, steady nerves and clear brain imnnrtcildtrpf'tfrom Paris. Price per box, directions inclosed, S2.50. For sale by all re spectable druggists. Mall orders from any nersnn snau receive Dromut aimuuuu V. Condorv. Agt. and Manager for U. S A 460 Quincy Blbg., Chicago, III. For sale only by Fred nohaerer, k. raso lexas li Complet Manhood A3D to Attain How It. A Wonderful New Medical Book, written for Men Only. One copy may be had free on application. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N.V. . vir. -'. -i- itir ii. Ezgsssssssa EassssER w .. iji . wr & m TV? 0 . ii - . Jt .- ii .. . ii t.- tr - . -.. - 9i and Printers Ink, and the best known GILLAM, vertlsiug manager, whose wisdom and in every state in the union. PIERCE, -.. A. DANA, Sun, ay There should be prolit to all . 6r are Oll". we Wll risflrn tlie mnnev. .. Incineration Is Being Looked Upon with More Favor. Tlie New Method of Disposing; of the Dvad Is Commonly Employed in New York Cost of the I'rooess. Crcmal ion, as a means of disposing- cf the bodies of the dead, when first trieo. in New York, slate, on December 4, 1S1S5, attracted a rreat deal of attention, and there was also considerable di-senssion as to the relative merits of the new method as compared to the usual cus tom of underground burial. Many peo ple were superstitious regarding- inein oration. People were at first loath to ;;ivo consent lo this disposition cf the bodies of their friends and relatives. '1 hose who favored the new method urg-ed its adoption, frivinpr as their rea son lor tne change mat it was cleaner. cheaper, and did away with the neeessi ty for elaborate funerals. It was also urg-ed that the incineration of bodies of persons who had died from conta gious diseases would lessen the dangers of contagion and would be the safest way in which to dispose of such bodies. On the other hand, the fear of burial alive caused some strong-Iy to advocate incinerat ion. As an aid to the adoption of the new met liod, indorsements were secured from ministers and from others, in which they said there was nothing unserip- turai in tiispo.snifrot tne dead by means of lire, and advocating the method as more cleanly than burial. 1 he lirst incineration in this state-. was at the New York Fresh Pond crema tory, on Long- Island, facing the Luther an, cemeterv, just north of Fresh Pond station and the Long1 Island railroad This was on December 4, 1SS.1. Since that time, despite assertions by some to the contrary, incineration has grown in popularity, and it is said that there is an increase ot M incinerations a vear. The number of .cremations at Fresh l'ond up to the befrinninjr of the present year is friven as 1,881. Of this number 1.213 bodies were 1 hose of men.'JS of boys. I'.K'i of women, and 73 were the bodies of iirls. Thirty-live dollars is charged for the incineration of a liody. This charg-e is only for the mere consuming of the body bv means of heat, the bodv being placed in an airt ight compartment of an immense furnace. Imoug'h ashes ire left, to fill a small-sized urn. It takes several hours to dispose of a body. ifter which the ashes are collected and placed in an urn which has previously been purchased. Often the ashes are taken awav bv friends, and at other times thev are deposited in alcoves in the walls of the columbarium where the liodv has been incinerated, l'v the request of friends endeavoring to carry out the jieeuliar wishes of the departed. the ashes are often taken and thrown lo the four winds. There is a charge for the door which s placed in front of the niche. The urns may be bought for from $9.50 up to $43, while the niche in the wall costs from to S'-i."), according to its location in the wall. To the cost of the incinera tion, which is $.;o, must- be added the cost of the urn for the ashes aud the niche for the reception of the urn. When the bodv is liorne to the columbarium n carriages there is extra charge, ac cording to thti niiQilicr of carriages brought into service. With this method here is no necessity for the purchase of a burial lot, although many people burv the nshes. The maximum cost for incineration, including the purchase of in urn, the leasing of a niche to receive the urn, the door of the niche, and all xpenses, not. including the hire of car riages, need not exceeu i-o, or ."fiou at most. X. "i . Tribune. LARGE LATERS. Much Food Is Not Necessary to Good Health, Large, eaters are generally deficient n activitv ana enauranee. i ustni to inow one who tried hard to be a Chris- ian. but. failed localise of too much dinner. That man was a curiosity, ile worked in a small wood-turning shop and ate live times a day. When lie con- ulM'd me. about his "poor stomach" I told him flatly tbat. he wa.s a pig. lie replied: "You are mistaken: I am faint, half the time, and have to eat ex tra in ea lc: to keen up my strength." I went at him with fact and phvsiologv. t length he was convinced, and prom ised me that, lie would loilow my pre scription, which was this: lake hut two meals a day. in l." days its faintness had disappeared and he apidly recovered. To-day he is a healthy, active man, and a warm advo cate of two meals a day, and moderate ones. Temperate, people with good diges ion never feel their stomach forget they have stomachs while these big eaters are. always hungry, faint or bloated, t roubled with eructations, acid ity, diarrhea or some other unhappy condition of the digestive apparatus. Persons having a good stomach to begin with can, by practice, learn todi gest mi enormous quantity of food. If they give their whole force and vitality to thiM business of grinding grist t hey n. in the course of even a short life, grind through immense quantities. Put the wiser, the more human way, is to find out just how much food is needed to rim the. machine, exactly what fuel will keep the system at the best work- g point, and never pass these bounds. For years the author had eaten three he: trty meals a day. At. length, upon a arelul consideration oi tne pnysioiogy f digestion, be thought he was proli- ibly using too much ot his force in that. function, lie reduced to two meals a av. lie can not express what f reedom mental and bodily activity he expe- lenci'il. .Men iwnn large ncnos ami well-made bodies sometimes eousume o much of their nerve forces in di- est ii ni that 1 heir have n-jt hing left wil h hieh to achieve those triumphs that otherwise would be ea.sy to t liem. Dio Lewis, M. 1).. in Journal of II vpiene. In catarrhal intitimmmiuu, in chronic displacements common to women, where there are symptoms of backache. dizziness or faiDting, bearing down sensations, disordered stomach, moodi ness, fatigue, etc , the trouble is surely dispelled and the sufferer brought back to health and good spirits by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It's the only medicine for women's peculiar ailments devised by a regular ly graduated physician an experienced expert in this special field of practice, and sold through druggists. Its sales exceed the combined sales of all other medicines of Us cUss, WEALTH IN WELLS. i The Nile's Wonders to Be Excelled in the Dakotas. A Vast Body of I ndercround Water That Affords an Inexhaustible Supply for Artesian Wells and Irrigation. The agricultural miracles of tho Xile will fade in comparison with the crops t hat w ill be taken from the valley of t he .lames river in the Dakotas and the Saskatchewan in the far north when the new system of artesian wells has reached its full development. There arc now about 1,100 wells in South Da kota, and about half as many in North Dakota. These are the result of exper imcnts covering three or four years in the one state and half as long in the other. They are divided into what are called shallow wells, varying in deptl; from 50 to 300 feet, and. taking mois ture from an upper stratum of water. and deep wells, varying- in depth from 1,000 to 1,500 feet, and taking water from the great Dakota sandstone basin Urule county alone has 30 of the latter class, with a flow on an average of 2.000 arallons a minute. Had it not been for t he difficulty of placing bonds under t he new artesian well act during the past reason there would now be nearly 2,000 wells in South Dakota, insuring mag nificent crops over a wide area. These great wells stand unrivaled in the height of their pressure, and the co piousness of their flow- has already given rise to fears that they might not last long, and that by the time the farm er had dug his well and constructed his farm for the use of irrigtaion, Ihev might fail him. There is power in thest- underground waters to grind at the har vest fields every bushel of wheat that is raised in the fertile prairies of the Da kotas. The immediate, sources of the waters are the sandstone layers in the so-called Dakota geological formation, which average 300 feet in thickness. The wa ter comes op often with immense pres sure, from 17j to 200 pounds to the inch. and at some wells is lifted in a solid eight or ten inch stream scores of feet above the ground. v hy should it not ere this have burst forth and spent it self? is often asked. From 400 to LOCO feet of thick and heavy- clay- resting above the sandstone has been sufficient tc bold it down till tapped. This sand stone of the Dakota basin extends in- dclinitely north and south under the creat plains in a huge shallow- roigh. Its western edge, of very irregular form, lies exposed along the eastern foothills of the Kocky mountains, in ridges around the lilack Hills, and in other upheavals east of the IJockies. These exposures lie at a height of from 3,500 to 0.500 feet above the sea. Its eastern edge thins out to a narrow ledge nd is almost completely lost under the drift of later ages. Itiiesat an altitude of from 800 to 1,000 feet. It is obvious that if water is turned into the porous sandstone of this Dakota and Jurassic f ormation at its upper and western edge till it is filled to the brim, and then if the. sandstone is tapied at a level of about 1,300 feet above the sea, the alti- t title of the James river basin, water will burst, forth with immense foree. The efficient- head may be more than 500 feet. Hi-cause, of the unavoidable leakage along its eastern edge the presence of water in the sandstone grows less to ward the east, till it barely reaches the surface. This decline of pressure has been found to be aliout. four feet a mile from Ilighmore to Huron, S. D., and a similar grade appears to extend from Sheridan, Wyo., to Marshall. Minn., where are the easternmost, of the arte sian wells of the basin. This leakage and the opening of wells, with their va.st vaste of water, must, in time exhaust the supply of it if it were not constant ly replenished. Water is supplied to the formation or reservoir in three ways. First, by the rainfall on its west ern upturned edge, where the annual rains are 24 inches a year. As there are 3.000 square miles of this upturned edge, and half this fall goes into the porous strata, there is the enormous to tal of almost S4.000,000,000 cubic, feet a year from this source alone. The sec ond source is the water that may seep into the basin from streams flowing over it. 1 he Missouri river loses 7,000, 000,000 cubic feet, daily as it flows along the sandstone near Great- Falls alone. ind it is fair to reason that the Yellow stone, Pig Horn, Xorth Platte and other 1 reams that are now more closely al lied to the Dakota basin add twice a-s much more, making about 10,000.000,000 cubic feet from this second source. Then there are vast- quantities of water that come to the sponge-like stone from older formations below and from above. flic first, two sources will supply more t han ten times the water now received from the artesian wells combined. It is calculated that the stored supplies of water in the sandstone represent a lake 30 feet deep over an area of 150,000 square miles. - - A first-class well on any farm in the valley will supply nearly 1,000 gallons a minute, and will cost about $2,500. It will supply water to 2,000 acres. The practical value of the water has been fully demonstrated the last two sea sons, and al who have had wells are enthusiastic. The:? has not been one failure in South D;;!:ofa c?:c;-pt- through ignorance, iarnis in Dakota can be bought, wells ample to supply them dug, reservoirs built, and handsome homes erected at about $13 an acre, and these farms will return their owners a profit on an investment of not less tha-n 0 per acre. Scores of cities and villages in the Da kotas use direct pressure front wells for mining their electric light plants, their (lour mills, waterworks and the smaller factories. Thev have an emrincer til- ays at his post, a supply that, never needs coal or any now machinery, and a tireless servant demanding no wages. X. Y. Sun. Texas & Pacific. You bave your choice of routes, via the "El Paso Route," via New Orleans, Shreveport, 'Memphis, St. Louis or Chi cago. Train leaves El Paso at 4:15 p. m. For further information call on or address: E. S. Stevens, B. F. Darbyshire. Depot Agent. General Agent. Biank leases for bouses or storerooms, best form. For sale at IJerald job jMk& v T320 Most TO Kansas City, Boston, St. Louis, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia Denver, Omaha, St. Paul, And all Northern Thjxmgri Trains, Fast Time, Smooth Track, Elegant Puiiman Palace Sleepers on alf through trains. Daily to Denver, Kansas City and Chicago. Touris, sleeping cars semi-weekly to St. Paul, Minn eapolis and once each week to St. Louis and Boston. All trains not bavin? dining- cars Route, Harvey Houses. .bull information cheerfully furnished upon application to A. W. REEVES, E. COPLAND, City Ticket Agent. General AgeDt. Office, Fargo Building, Corner El Paso and San Antonio Streets. W. B. TRULL, Agent at Depot. hi SUNSET 01 - ROUTE Daily Through Trains to NEW ORLEANS, The Best Line to NEW YORK, PHILADEL PHIA, WASHINGTON and Eastern Points. Pullman Buffet and Tourist Sleepers. For Tickets, Time Tahles and FuU Information, all on or Address: E. HUNT, Com'l Agent, El Paso. Texas. L. J. PASKS, MEXICAN CENETAL EY. t.To Popular Winter Resort Pullman and Free RecliDiDff Chair Cars in Service. Address the undersigned for full and reliable information: J. F. Donohos. Com'l Acent. EI Paso. OLUMBIAN PRIZE WINNERS; CONOVER 1A1MOS CHICAGO COTTAGS ORGANS WERE GIVEN Highest Awards At the World's Exposition for excellent manufacture, quality, uniformity end volume of tone, elasticity of touch, artistic cases, materials and workman hip of highest grade. OATALOQUE3 ON APPLICATION PRsTCa CHICAGO COTTAGE GROAN GO, CHICAGO. ILL. UBSEST MANUFACTURERS OF BAS0SAU3 ORGANS IS THE WORLD. Purest Drugs. Latest News A. K. ALBERS &, CO.. BRONSON BLOCK. HEADACHE KLIXJiC Cures an headache. Try it. tfllft fISRVE V r oiik .Memory. fcold la 1 Fa- Plce Drug jfit, k,t;r?".nl P'''"P- Kasliy cur- I w I --r t I nC rted In vest fv Vt 9A vb;rr.5il peruox; iorsi. By mai i irepui'i witn a nriitrii luai VVftSArt-it V-S "I" enre or money refunded. Don't drluy, write to-flay ior g t rSVtisS f.iViX medical book, sent sealed, plain wrnnner. with tpunnonials 5 Wfc--i.fni'iyj ty-ik financial refernes. IDireot X-iizi and Eastern Points Tourist Sleeping cars stou for meals a.t the famous Snt,a Va H. lJUi SUNSET BO Through Line Between EAST and "WEST A. e. P. A T. A. Houston, Texas. C. W. BETN, T. M. Houston. Ti Mexico 1 EL PASO ROUTE. Texas and Pacific' The Great Popular Route Between The EAST and WEST Short Line to New Orleans, Kansas Oitv, St- Louis, New York and "Washinprtoru Favorite Line to the North, East and Southeast Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars and Solid Trains from El Paso to Dal-n las, Fort Worth, New Orleans, Memphis and St. Louis. Fast a?ix3Q.o AND Sure Connections 3- See that your tickets read via he Texas and Pacific Railway. For maps, time-tables, tickets, rates cd all required information, call on or tud: sss any of the ticket agents or B. F. DARBYSHIRE, Generai Apent, El Peso. GASTON MESLIER, General F&fiseu- ror and Ticket Agent. L. S.TIIORNE, Third Vice-President .nrt Gsrpi-8-1 3i:rpriEtfncer)t. Foster and Mitchell, Attorneys aad Counselors. Will practice in all courts of Texas ml New Mexico. TJdf IP " r . . ri , . l r .. r ri,., . seeds TPxzsrfjrgxz Loss oi Uium I'ovier. ileuilaehe. Wakefulness. 1,' 1 fkM'lfc VITALITY Uu potency uml wasting diseases cuuaed uy yuutlifuk error or exoeei. I'mitultta no oplnten. Is a nerve touleaiitf f strong vocfeet for loimultallons. lie ware of wT O B rllV fmltutlont. Sold bv ua and our advertised uicents. Adores iVXJilVH IJE2X Alasoulo Temple, C1UCJLG& btore aad Elp Qjtuule Fb&rcoacy.