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THE DAILY EERALD
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1897. For Rent. Large ware house near A. T. S. F. R. R. reser vation; terms reason able. Horace B. Stevens, Agent. Vlyar's Opera House, RIGSBY & WALKER, Lessees. H. GODWIN MITCHELL, Manager. Wednesday Night, Feb. 3rd DENMAN THOMPSON'S FAMOUS PLAY THE OLD HOMESTEAD The Original Old Homestead Double Quartette. SELECT COMPANY OF 23 MAYERS. Wonderful Electrical Effects. Seats on sale at Richards; usual prices Coming Attraction The Grau Opera Company. Feb 8th. THE WEATHER. Dm ted States Weather Bureau fc.L PiSO, Texas, February 1, 1S97. Local Time 6:61 a. m. Barometer 30 30 Ttiermometer -u Direction of wind Jv Velocity of wind per hour 14 Weather Clear Kiln 24 hours (lnchesand hundredths) 0.00 UlKhust temperature last 24 hours - ' Lowest temperature last 24 hours '.'A What Metal Is Worth. 811 VOL 61 Lead 2!"0 Copper 10 U ex lean pesos. Kl Paso 51 " " Juarez 61 LOCAL AND GENERAL. Blank books cheap at Irvin's. Acme saloon for good whiskey. Go to Irvin for window glass. Home cooking at Smith's Creamery, 7 and 12 -year old whiskev at Acme. Delicious coffee at Smith's Creamery Butter 25 and 35 cts. Smith's Cream ery. Typewriter paper at the Herald of fice. Apple sauce with cream. Smith's Creamery. Mining Location Blanks for Sale at This Office. Hot biscuit. Fine butter. Smith': Creamery. Stoves and Steel Ranges; low prices Momsen & Thome's. Try the bread made by the Dickin son Home Bakery. EL PASO STEAM LAUNDRY, Telephone No. 47. Ask for -EL PASO TRANSFER," the best 5 cent CIGAR on the market. Linen typewriter paper, 500 sheets legal size at $1.20 at Herald job office, The best Mexican and Havana cigars are made by the H.1 F&so Cigar Mfg. Co. Pleasant furnished room, private family, privilege of parior, 403 N. El Vaso at. Buy real estate of the Campbell Real instate company. Choice locations, best titles and lowest prices. Payne. Badger Coal company, Mc Alodter, Ceriilos ana anthracite coal, cord aud stove wood, yard Second and Cnihuanua streets. Telephone No. 11 El Paso Fuel Co. , are "The" agents for the celebrated Cerrillos White Ash and anthersite coals. Successors to Cerrillos Coal U. K. Co. Phone 110. Payne-Badger Coal compaoj, Mc Aleater, Cenllos and anthracite coal, cord and stove wood, yard Second aud Chihuahua streets. Telephone No. 11 Insure your property and stock of goods with A. P. Coles. Seven good Insurance companies represented. One having $15,0OD.uU0 assets, which is the largest in America. O'Brien Coal Co., are agents for "CerrillosCoal. " We sell the celebrat ed white ash and anthracite and mane a specialty of screened lumps for do mestic uses. Phone 8. For Over Fifty Years. ".Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays ail pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diar rhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Pure Hygeia Ice. Made from distilled water. Ask your family physician or druggist as to purity and bealthf ulness of our ice; tel ephone 14. El Paso Ice & Refrigerator Co Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair newer is, unquestionably the best Re-pre- servative of the hair. It is also cura tive of dandruff, tetter, and all scalp affections. Governor Flores of Durangodied yes terday. Payne-Badgor Coal company, Mc Alester, Ceriilos and anthracite coal, cord and stove wood, yard Second and Chihuahua streets. Telephone JNo 11. Don't Get Left. All the weather prophets declare that the cold weather is not yet over, and the cold March winds will chill as badly as if the temperature was low. We have only 27 horse blankets left, and will close them out at cost. We will not get any more till next year. Be sure and get one of the West Texas Saddlery Co., corner Overland and Oregon streets. STRANGE, BUT TRUE. Tennyson could take a worthless sheet of paper, write a poem on it and make it worth to,UU0 that s genius. Vanderbilt can write a few words on a sheet of paper and make it worth $",.000,000 that's capital. Uncle Sam can take S18 worth of gold and stamp upon it an "Eale Bird" and make it worth $20 that's money. Mechanics can take material worth $o and make it into watch springs worth Siouo that's skill. A merchant can take an article costing 75 cents and sell it for $1 that's busi ness. A lady can buy a hat for $5, but she prefers onfi thatcosts $30-that's foolish. A ditch digger works 10 hours a day and handles several tons of dirt, for $2 that's labor. The writer of this could write a check for 875,000,000. but it wouldn't be worth two bits that's tough. Any one can get more "REAL VALUE" and '-BETTER GOODS" at our store than at any other place in Kl Paso that's economy and common sense. Chs. F. Slack & Co., Purveyors to the People, ENGRAVING... 0 We take orders for fine engraved sta tionery such as "Wedding Invitations, Visiting Cards, Monogramed Writing Paper in all shades. We have samples to show you of the very latest styles, and our prices are the same as in the EAST. WE "PAY THE FREIGHT!" 0 0 0 GEO. W. H1CKOX & HIXSON., Tlie Jewelers, Bronson Block, III San Antonio Street, El Paso, Texas If Ex-Sheriff White is about to build him a residence in this city. The Old Homestead company arriv ed from the west this afternoon. No. 19 went east this afternoon in two sections, the pay car and several passenger cars being on the first sec tion. Scavenger Nesom has removed the city pound to 7th street between El Paso and Oregon streets, near the old car stables. The extradition cases have been con tinued by the U. S. commissioner to al low the securing of additional evidence for the defense. Pullman Conductor Remington just in from St. Louis, says- there is snow and skating at the saintly city, but the cold weather has letup. The street cars began last evening running "the other way," and now go down El Paso street en route to Juarez, instead of via Santa Fe street. Payne-Badger Coal company, Mc Alester, Ceriilos and anthracite coal, cord and stove wood, yard Second and Chihuahna streets. Telephone No. 11. At sheriff's sale this afternoon in front of the court house, Ralph W. Long bought from Mrs. C. C. Nugent lots 16 and 17, block 147, Campbell's addition. The park commissioner is burning the dead grass on the plaza. The ashes will act as a good manure for the new grass which ought to appear in the next thirty days. The case of C. Arguirre charged with smuggling, is continued before the U. S. commissioner while the accused is having his hearing before the justice's court. There was a whopping big ore trans fer last evening from the other side for the Mexican Ore company. It was eighty-one cars and it made qui'te a showing on the Santa Fe siding. The T. & P. engineer and fireman who were stirred up some iu the recent collision at Kent station are able to be around, just a triUe battered, but still in the ring. No bones were brok en. A number of young society men will give a dance in the court house Friday ni!7ht in honor ot Miss iitta jones oi Montgomery, Ala , who is visiting- with ; her cousin, Mrs. A. P. Coles, in this city. Dave Shafer is again in California? accomoanied bv Fred Loughead, the Canadian chamoion. Mr. Shafer will spend the winter there, as he considers ; California climate the Dest suitea to training that can bo found. He will probably get together a team of racing men and again assail the bicycle record table. Already he has tie men licked out. They are Wells, Bovee, Loug head, McFarland and Stevens. He will make the Vulodromo track his head quarters. Cycling West. Professor Warimui. Professor Warman furnished great entertainment for one hundred people last night in the Y. M. C. A., by his character sketches and recitations. One of the impressions was "the man with a toothache," and so literal was he in thi?. that a worthy citizen in the Mun- dv building adjoining who bad gone to bed with his window up, toouaat there i was some one being murdered down in, V. nllor nnrt pa w nnri v nr hp. police. j The professor has a class in psycho logy tonight in the Y. M. C. A. He does not mane this siuuy as we una id in such ponderous tomes as "Porter on the Human Intellect." but presents it in a more attractive and light. popular ' The San Juan, N. M., county bauk is closed on account of non-support. Aztec citizens support the Durango, Colo., banks. f)R. J. G. BOYD, -"- Phone 214. Physician and Surgeon OfRna. Room 8 jUhl. an(j io. Residence: Rooms 4 and 8 Sheldon Brock Dr. A. J. MsHi T3E2STTIST?. Room 2, Bronson Block. Office hours, 8:30 to 12 a. m.. 1:30 to 5 p. m. Dr. Oscar Wilkinson, t ..fa rodiipnt anri?finn 'Eve. Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New Orleans, La. 3PB)CIAL,IST. Practice confined to Ear, Eye, Nose & Throat omce nours, : a. m -j . - -., Consultation free to poor from 8to:;. a. m. ROOM o, MUJKHnui Bii Dwiu. DR. C. J. HARDIE, Physician and Surgeon. Office Hours: 10 to 11 a. m. 3 to 4 p. m. Room 9 Morehouse Block. DR. C. C. BROWNT DENTIST. R.oomsi2and 4. - Mundy Bloer DBl DR. A. H WHITMSFv Over Sauoa Fe City T!olr f..fl THE ESS AND OUTS. Going: and Coming of El Paso People aua others Mrs. Z. T. White is visiting with relatives at aherman. W. A. Hawkins went north on the Santa Fe this noon. Judge Wilcox returned this morning, over the Texas Sc Pacific. Captain Hughes and 1. C Uaal came up this morning from Ysleta. Messrs. Southworth and Milliken re turned this morning from Chihuahua. Hon. Ernest Allsop, of England, and W. H. Ellice, of Colorado Springs, are at the Pierson. Mrs. C. L. Houy, of Colorado Springs, is visiting her mother Mrs. M. Tavs, 310 Wyoming street. Train Master Fred Fox of San Mar cial came down this morning in his caboose attached to No. 1 O. O. Mattox, editor of the Chihua hua Enterorise is in the city on busi ness connected with his paper. Miss Mary Cuniffe, who has been living with her sister at San Antonio, Texas, has returned to Las Cruces, N M. Ex-District Attorney Larrazola re turned this morning from San Elizario where he has been visiting with his folks. Jack McAuliff, the well known light weight pugilist, was a passenger on the east bound Sunset Limited la evening. Captain McClure's brother left for the east this afternoon over theT. & P. after a pleasant visit with the captain and lamily. Perry Been, a well known stock man, and R. L. Hall also a stockman and merchant, came np this morning from v an Horn Miss Mary S. Hampton, sister of In spector Allred Hampton of this city has arrived irom Virginia, and is visit ing with her brother's family. Major Ceneral Merritt and party continued thair journey east this even ing in their private car ettached to the east bound Lr. H. train. They were driven over Juarez yesterday, where the Mexican officials showed them every courtesy, and this morning, the party went out to Fort Bliss where the major general's salute was fired, and the entire garrison drawn up in full dress array The party of visitors left expressing themselves as highly pleas ed with the experitnees of their stay at tnis point. Mr. Copeland, of the Santa Fe, re turned this noon. He was caught in Chicago curing the cold snap, and savs i he did not stick his head outside of the hoteldoor fop forty eightl houi.d. Men worKing on tne streets were overcome oy me coia, anu naa to De carried in doors and cared for. The situation was made worse by a dense, raw, icy mist rising irom tne laKe and sweeping across the city. This mist went right to one s marrow and chilled even the soul. Mr. Copeland is glad to return where he will not be in any danger of becoming an iceberg or a polar bear. ltuuaway. A singular runaway occurred this afternoon. Billy Davis' hack horses too'-c fright in front of the St. Charles hotel, and dashed down the street. In f s i . e i , ironi, oi ijoouman s tuey narrowly graz ed his team, and then smashed into a telegraph pole, this tore the hind wheels from under the hack, and the wheels went chasing each other around thes'.reet, while the horses with the rest of the vehicle went tearing down the road. They were stopped near the Santa Fe depot, and the hack taken to isouKe's ior repairs, . ; " uisli ici, tuuri today the re count of the four city wards was made io the election contest case as follows: J. II. Harper, 138, 300, 1S4 and !8, in the four wards respectively. J. H. Harper's vote was 85, 241, 124 and 2ii, resptctivelv. L. H. Davis' vote was 201, 2'.l.j, 247 and 134. The rest of the county is being overhauled this even ing. The jury are Paul Jones, Andy Biack, J. B. Wilcox, Jno. I. Ginn, It. P. Nash, W. F. Hempel, J. C. Newland, Fred Wright, Ad Muzenberger, James Graves, R. L. Mayer, Joe Goodman. The bacillus of the; bubonic plague, which i proving so fatal to the inhab itants of India., has been discovered and its picture' taken by the seier. ists," bays an exchange. According to Ben. Tillman, of p.'.cnioric iulu--, hhb . vile creature very much resembles an administration office holder who has not been put on the civil service list by the president. "Tothe victors no longer belong the spoil;?," said a stalwart republican to a friend yesterday. "I intended to ap ply for a place under the McKicley ad ministration ana bad an ray peuuu-ia made out and signed up and every thing was in such shape that I was sure of getting the office, when one day all hopes and amoition in tnat uireouou were shattered. Grover Cleveland had placed the office in the civil service list and it is now filled by a young man who will likely hold it for forty years. Cleveland is putting his friends in fast and thick and outtins them in positions from which the incoming president caa't remove them. If the president keeps up the lick all the gold democrats that voted for Palmer and Buckner will have received their reward. It looks very much like a shattered hope to re publicans who seek office under the new- ad ministration." "I see a number of papers are urgiD the incoming administration to adopt a recmrocitv treatv with Canada. said a traveler last night. "Very few of them are urging reciprocity with Mex ico, the republic to the south that is forging to the front so fast. While . believe in keeping on the very friend liest terms with all nations and have prejudice against none, I am f ully con vinced that in a commercial way reciprocity with Mexico would be of great advantage to this country. Mex ico produces the raw material required in this country, while it furnishes i good and growing market for the man ufactured articles, and I am fully con vinced that reciprocity would be more to the advantage of the United States than it would to Mexico, for the simple reason that capital is fast being in vested in that country and factories are being enlarged aud new ones built to such an extent that in a few years that reoublic will be independent of other nations in regard to manufactured goois. Then again only the friendliest feelings prevail for Americans in Mex ico: They look upon the American as being the most desirable immigrant to their eouatry and imitate their pro gressive wavs in agriculture and the trades. American machinery is most ly used in the mines; and the English language, next to their own, is the one most diligently studied. Jf there are any reciprocity treaties made by the new administration Mexico should not be left out." An individual styling himself "John the Baptist" makes a vicious, un-chris- tian, malicious and uncalled for attack on Round About in a morning paper. All this is because somebody has told "John the Baptist" that something ap peared in the Round About Town col umn that never did appear there nor as far as Round About kno ws never appear. ed in any other column of the Hekald. To Round About the column and a half article sounds like the vaporings of -cbool boy or the ravings of a lunatic. It is intended to make the public be lieve it was written by a minister of the gospel, but has ail the ear marks of be ing the production of a tin horn gamb ler. The tirade quoted as coming from Round About against the ministers never was written with his pen nor orig inated in his brain, nor did lhy ever appear in the columns of the Herald, as far as Round About knows. "John the Baptist" in his attack on Round About preaches a "hop fiend's" sermon on foreign missions. Tne ar ticle probably oria'.na'eJ in "Johnny's" brain while he v,is dreaming after a long whiff of the pip.;. Ryaud About knows nothing about foreign missions nor did he ev,jr say anything about for eign missionari-s or their v-. orks. "There was quite a little seance in social circles last night," said a citizen this morning. -'Some of th-j boys weut around to the hotel atd corralled Robert Dunbar, the tenor of Grau's opera company, aud took him out to a certain bouse where he entertained the party gathered there with his line sing iug. It is something wonderful to see how he can get his voice away up to the high notes. Ha is a very lare man nnH tit. cio-ht tho i-,i,vlir, a-r.iil.1 t ,i E c him for th ld;...rho. insta..l of r.onnr- it ha hTi, .nH it. u-a.a treat to all those who listened to him last night." "I had a queer experience over in Juarez yesterday afternoon," said Matt Grau to Around About this mjruing. I was over there on my wheel and was leisurely moving along the street when a candy vender with a Viijr tray of dul- ces loomed up right in front of me. I ye led, 'hollered,' grew frantic and ran into h:m. Candy. Mexican and myself ll Ml in n. h!i A prnw.1 itm t h mi-p. I around us. I tried to talk to the uiulti- j tude, but they did not, or pretended ; Bti ? I U "-'" suoj-cu io similar im thev did not. imrl,.rtM nl m T o-rf.w ! POsit oas ( flea la the time he has been frio-htnnpf H.nrl tho.io-hr. r.h,.v wpr. o-o- ! ing to mob me. At last there opened a way for me to escape lynching; oae of the parties proposed a compromise: I o o J ' ..j paid three prices for the spilled candy and rode away. The vender then de liberately picked up the caudy and went on about his business ' Around About. S500 to S200. The following letter from Mr. Bjli relative to Dr. Buell's system of the treatment of hernia is worthy of care ful consideration: Silver City. N. M. Feb. 1, 18)7. To Whom It May Concern: 1 his is to certify that J was alllicted with hernia for seventeen years. I tried all the different trusses and spent a good many dollars but was unable to obtain any relief uotil I was treated by nr. vv.il,. Jiuell. He treated me with out pain and 1 lost only two days from my business. 1 was treated In the pre-Sf-nce of Dr. Sowers of this place. To day I am a well man and have no need of a truss, and can do any kind of work. I pronounce Dr. Buell a master of her nia in every sense of the word, and am willing to wager $300 against $2U0 that io can cure any case of hern. a tb.it ho undertakes. I am now sati.-lied beyond any doubt that in the treatment of upture that he is a grand fcueeess, and my experience with him is that he is a gentleman of the most perfect type. I nofrtully recommend him to anyone suffering from hernia. ; Respectfully, Geo. H. Bell. : Bonifide originals of all letters pub lished can be seen at rooms 8 and 10 Sheldon block. Rill) ore mm DB, BUiELiL'S Specific Hernia Cure. PERFECTLY SAFE SPEEDY - -Pi'XLESS - - ,URE PRilMiXEXT - No Knife Used. No Blood Drawn. ABSOLUTE CURE GUARANTEED. MAIN OrFICFS liOOMS 80 - 87 CIIKOXICLE BUILDING. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LIOOMS 8 - 10 SHELDON BLOJK, EL PASO THE MEXICAN NORTHERN The New Line all Surveyed Between Sierra Mojada AmI Hoquillas. A ticw road that is destined to cut considerable ice in tne world ot ore traffic, is the Mexican Northern road which will run from Riocon, a station within a few miles of Sierra Mojada, almost directly north, 100 miles, to Bo- quillas just east of the peninsular on the Rio Grande river. J. H. Jeanett of this city has just returned from that country, where he was employed on the surveyors' corps that made the survey He was absent three months and slept nights on the soft side of mother earth, with the lleecy ciouds for a counterpane. He says there was but the one lice surveyed, as is is practi cally a straight shoot, and the grades are less than one per cent and the route already laid out, is so satiafactory that the locators and the construction will go on together. The road runs north by east through Animas, theL through Cbarcos, San Jose de las Fiedras and thence directly north to the river An attempt was made to reach Texas via Presidio Sau vicent, but the num ber of deep canyons in that particular section made it out of the question. From a point a little above Animas there is -a branch laid out, running through mining centers near the west fork of the Sabinas river: and then taking a northern and westernly turn it strikes the main line again near San Jose de las Piedras. In that""way val uable mining claims will be tapped that will be sure toopan up to the world an immensely rich section. The northern terminus strikes the river nine miles west of the Carmen mines which lies up on a very large bluff overhanging the Rio G-iande, and Mr Jeanette savs the terminus, or the town of B'.:quillas is wonderfully well laid out for a commercial center. On the arrival of the surveying corps at Boquilias, Supt. Ashton. of the Carmen mine, and the local jefe politico, met the engineers and gave them and their party a great fiesta. The wagon road of 80 miles to Marathon on the S. P. has been com pleted, and shortly the wealth of that region in Coahuila will be pouring into the El Paso smelter. Mr. Jeanette says the strong precautions are taken at the Carmen mine against the actual richness of the property getting out, so it is supposed the wealth of that mine is more or less of a fabulous nature. The Mexican Ore company is anxious to make S. P. connections because, as it is claimed, the Mexican Central can not furnish cars enough to handle the ore output. O.ving to the road run ning through a level country, the greater part of the grading wilt be scooping the soil up so as to form the road bed. Not Knocked Out Alter All. The reports which came over the river yesterday relative to the alleged fistic exhibition between Mr. Peters and Yardmaster McCormack, stated that the cattleman had been laid out. The gentlemen called at the Herald office this morning to deny the allega tion. He stated co blow had been struck by either party, and that the cause of the. entire trouble was a per sistent attempt on the part of the yard- master Io impress him with the idea that he had once paid a fine of $25 foi running a train of cattle across the r.ver without the proper papers from the custom hojse. Mr. Peters looked the matter up and found he never paid a ! cen t of u ne, but oa almost every train ' of cattle which ciuie in there was a de- Hay - The yardmaster gave us an ex cuse he was waiting for orders, which Mr. Peters knew was cot true as the custom house men were there, and said the sto 'k was ready U go over, which was at 7 a in. lis then took the en gino hack to the Louse and to'd Super intendent Dolan it w.is unable to pull tne tram owing to lacK ol steam: but Mr. Peters ttonght it was a lack of the $23 Loi forthcoming and concluded o stand it in longer. So when his friends arrived it was a case of two of voj hold "'J l " u o je oi yoa can hold me, on me P-irt oi tun yaromater. Mr 1'eters shipping cattle from the south and con- T ... l .i ciuuc-u iii w us ur out. time io uctve tue a . royance stopped, and has laid the matter before Mr. Dolan. I our cigar makers went on a gal- orious spree last night, in a hack and spread theimelves ail over the reserva tion. They wou:id up in the jug where they spent the remainder of the night, revolving many things in their minds. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, oruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and ail skin eruptions, , atsd positively cures piioa or no pay re quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by W. A. Irvln and Co., wholesale and retail druggists Ei Paso. I Another Surprise. : Geo. Harper has a full line of office suppiies this week at astonishing low prices; and don t forget Ins specialty -blank books for any ollicfj work. Rheumatism is a foe which gives no quarter. It torments its victims day and night. Hood's Sarsaparilla puri fies the blood and cures the aches and pains of rheumatism. Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic and liver medicine. Gentle, reliable, sure. Purest Drugs. Latest News A. K. ALBERS & CO.. BRONSON BLOCK. HEADACHK EL1X1K Cures any headache. Try it. A f.,-...i r- :.- .irH-A -'. ,-91 K'frA On account of our building on San Antonio St not being completed, we will not be able to move before February 15. From this date un til Feb. 15 we will make prices that will please the most artful buyer of Furniture, Crockery, Carpets and all kinds of House Furnishings. Furniture, Crockery Carpets. Corner of St. Louis and Stanton Streets, TT!T . PASO, TEXAS. jWe wi'l move to 216 San Antonio street about Feb. 15, 1897. jgaeiHsS i 3? Gives the Highest Price 2E2r FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SELLS AT THE LOWEST. Try Him 116 Oregon Street. HOUCK & DEITER, IMPORTERS and. JOBBERS FINE WINES AND WHISKIES A P IT iSTTl fVvJ WILLIAal J- LEMP BREWLSG CO., St. Louis. Mo iiVJXLil J. k3 1U1 ) pABST BREWING CO., Milwaukee. Wis. 220 El Paso St. TRY TI WELLINGTON DINING ROM For Good Board at $4.50 ZEISIEL "WIEIEIK:. Mrs. M. Hardin, Proprietress. SOTlsTORTJEISTTOIsr Street. reE star mm feed and sale stables Corner West Overland and Santa Fe Streets. Tt J. R. MoG 309 El Paso Street, .TSTew and. Secoiicl-liaiicl JFTariTitnie And all Kinds of House-hold Goods. FIBNirCRE EXCHANGED. TWO GOOD FIRE-PROOF SAFES FOR SALE. Agent for Household Sewing Machines. Washington MACK GOEY, IJrop 909 French Cooks and White Waiters. MEALS 35c. BEST IN THE CITY. rv- S-- ffiV'' mmmm xTyS-Sr 5Li"SsPc ' IiHf u Calls answered any hour. Terms Reasonable .AiTierdoaxi JKlitelien. FirstClass Restaurant Bob Chin Wo, 103 SAX AXTOSIO STKEKT. EMEES0N & BERRIEN, Undertakers. 243 and 328 El Paso St. Phone 71 J ELECTRIC OIL HEATERS WILL NOT SMOKE. Satisfaction Guaranteed See them before you buy. C. C. Tanner & Bro., HARDWARE. 219 EL PASO St. 1111 'i 1 beILh El Paso, Texas. Phone 92. J. CALDWELL, Prop. Caldwell Undertaking Co. 3C5 S. El Paso Street, The Leading Undertakers, Phone 197. CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT. E. J. SMITH. Mangier. Opera House Block. Dining Room Open. Day and. Night. EL PASO STREET. J. C. BOSS & CO., THtf rmeTH tec rT:ri!Tirruo 1 s. ei Paso st. (Below the Opera House.) Phones: Office, 211. Res. 183. Proprietor. EL PASO. TEXAS. S- vflT IBBCW.