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THE DAILY HERALD
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1897. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING Except Sunday Entered at the postofltce at El Paso, s mail matter of the second class. Texas, TERM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. dally, one year - V 00 Jhiliy, six months 3 go Dally, three months 1 vn Dally one month .- CO Weekly one year - 2 00 Weekly six months 1 00 Weekly three months - -. - 6o BY CARRIER. The Dailt Hhi-d Is delivered by carrier In 1 Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico, at 15 cents per week, or 60 cents per month. Subscribers falling to get The Herald reg- n)a,lonF nrnmntlv Mhnilld mtlfv THE liEti- AVD business office (not the carrier) In order to receive immediate attention. Telephone Mo. 115. ADVERTISING RATES. Rates of advertising In the Dally or Weokly dltlnn made known on application at the i.iihllnafUin nmnt r rl nff- u o toleDUOne nUUl Oer 116, and a representative of the business department will call and quote prices and fliri tmrt for nnn.fA. Locals 10 cents per line In every Instance lor nrst insertion, anu bcaow pr h ii 1 1 ion ; I Itmertlnn. Legal notices of every description II per nch eacn insertion. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. ".Th Herald is fully prepared to do all inds of plain and fancy Job printing In all the latest styles. Work perfectly and promptly done. THE WEEKLY HERALD. A large eight page paper giving the local events ot the week, puonsnea uvery Saturday. Just the paper to send friends for information regard ing El Paso. Price S2.00 per year- six months SI.OO. Tex thousand murders in the United States last year, with only about a score of hane-inus will make the record in Armenia and Cuba comparatively re- spectable. The New Orleans States says "there would now be a very high and crimson tidal wave in the Mexican Gulf if the Cuban war had cost us much blood as it has printing ink." It is said that of the 530 American citizens residing: In Palestine, 4.58 are Russian -Hebrews, who only stopped Jonsr enoucrh in the United States to take out American papers and pasi ports. In a recent letter John B. Atkinson, a mining; engineer of some note, says the "black belt," gold bearing: field about Dahlonega, Ga., contains not less than 17.000,000 tons of $9 ore, which would give a gross total yield of $103, 000,000.. Singular as it may appear, the most active and determined opponent to the bill prohibiting the sale of in toxicating liquors in the capitol restaurant in Washington was Senator Hill of New York, who is himself teetotaler, The chief proof-reader of the London Times is said to be master of seven Ian guaeres, but an exchange surely re marks that "they are all useless when he tries to make one decent language of the average communication telling the editor how the paper should be run." Among the many things settled by putting wool on the free list is that the free-traders were mistaken when they said that free wool would drive cut shoddy. Never were so many yards of shoddy goods seen in this country a tince the passage of the Wilson tariff bill. Wheeling Intelligencer. WE want to raise in this country something besides wheat and corn and 1 T-BT . . nogs, vvewani varied industries so that when one fails the people will d rive support irom owners, When we think of sending $100,000,000 to Europe for sugar made out of beets we realize how we are impoverishing ourselves lainn oi spending tne duik ot that in wages for American workingmen. Ues Moines State Register. The experience of the last two years teaches that it will profit the United States nothing to gain all the markets of the world, if at the same time it loses the greatest market of all that created at home by the needs of a busy prosper ous and happy people. Let it make sure of the home market by securing to home industries the protection which experience has proved to be necessary. Then by sensible reciprocity provide for larger trade with the outside world Thus only can depression be banished and good times restored. Troy Itecord. fENDiNG tne slow and uncertain ac tion of congress in the matter of a hiw for the election of United States sen ators by direct vote of tne people, it might be well for other states to adopt the South Carolina plan of submitting the matter of naming the senator to the voters of primary elections for delegates to county or district conven tions in which members of the legisla ture are to be nominated. In this manner Judge Earle was named by the people of that state, and the legislature on assembling, simply obeyed the mandate of the people and sent Judge Earle to the senate without any contest or delay of needed legisla tion. During the progress of the royal ball of the- Bradley-Martins in New York, people were not allowed to pass on the sidewalk next to the Waldorf hotel, where the orgies were indulged in by the ninnies engaged in aping royalty. An awning was stretched over the sidewalk, and a brigade of po lice were kept busy during the even ing in hustling decent people to the op posite side of the street to keep them from profaning the sacred precincts. One respectable working-man, who at tempted to piss under the awning on hia way home from work was slight ly clubbed and dragged off to prison and locked up. The next day the po- linn maoufpatii rl ictVi a 1 1 . . ..,-...!. 0 , , ,1 man, and gave the sycophantic police bevere icciufe. I ARMY REORGANIZATION An Important Bill Pending In Congress. INCREASED SIZE OF REGIMENTS. It Is Strongly Indorsed by Military Men. General Miles Says Our Infantry Is Far 11. hind the Times Why the Bill Will Probably Fail. Washington, Feb. 10. Special. One of the most important bills pending in the house, and one which a great majority of the members would bo glad to vote for if they could only got the chance, is a mcas ure for the reorganization of the army. It Is a singular fact that Persia, China and the United States are the only nations adhcr ing to the ten company regiment Idea, a form of organization which long ago be came obsolete among the best armies of the world. A commission of our army I olliccrs was sent abroad some years ago to study foreign military methods, and on their return they reported unanimously in favor of a subdivision of the regiment un der field leaders. They said no ollicer could properly handle a ten company regiment in the field. The plan embodied In the pending bill is not to reduce, but rather to increase, the size of the regiments, in creasing the number of companies from 10 to 13. But the 12 companies are divided into three Initiations of four companies each, making three tactical units where there was one before, each battalion hav ing a major at the head of it. Modern Formation. This change was recommended very strongly by General Sherman, by General Grant and bv General Sheridan. It has boon commended by all the secretaries of war and by nearly all the prominent mili tary authorities of our time. I inquired at the war department for information as to the advantages to be gained by the pro posed subdivision of the regiment and was given the following very interesting reply: "All who have jMirticipated in a modern battle and all students of military science agree that in order to push home an attack against an enemy who use a weapon that can kill at 2,f00 yards successive lines or waves to liil the losses of the leading troops are necessary, as well as the distribution of the attacking front into groups deployed in lilies, so that advantage ean le taken of every foot of the ground that offers cover and protection. Necessarily this greatly increases the difficulty of the control of a body of men and their proper leading into hot fight when all are armed with repeat ing breechloaders, this owing to the dis tribution and great increase in the depth of the zone covered by the enemies' lire, which has to be passed over." "War with the single battalion forma tion would be national suicide," says a prominent authority. The United States cavalry and artillery now have the modern formation. It is much more important that the infantry shoxild bo put upon a modern basis, for it is the infantry which wins battles and saves nations. A leading oliicor of the liritish army said that infan try was and must always be the mainstay and backbone of any army. Its lire is more deadly than that of artillery. Its ac tion is sure, while that of cavalry is fitful. Upon the infantry the brunt of battle falls. Examples of Progress. General Miles tells me that, in the opin ion of our army officers, the infantry branch of the United States army is now, so far as organization is concerned, 10U years behind the times. It is back where it was when armed with the ilintlock mus ket, carrying the buck and ball cartridge, instead of the Springfield breechloader, with its deadly missile. In a quarter of a century we have pro gressed from the muzzle loading, smooth bore musket to the breechloading rifle. The muzzle loader meant at most two, and usually one, shot a minute, with uncer tainty of aim, execution at not exceeding 400 yards and no assurance of a death dealing shot at over 200 yards. The breech loader means firing six times a minute, with accuracy of aim, carrying the deadly missile 2,ouo yards. The increase of effect ive range is, therefore, fivefold. It would take an advancing line 4 minutes to pass through the range of lire from the muzzle loader and 20 minutes to pass through the deadly fire of the breechloaders. The rev olution in military tactics caused by the breechloader is one great reason why the method of formation must be changed. In these timesof arbitration treaties and talk of universal peace it may sound strangi to discuss the eilieiency of arms and armies. Uut the millennium is not yet here. There will Ik: wars and rumors ot wars. Nations must meet conditions as they find them and be prepared lor offensive and defensive operations. I was told by a military man that in the same tactical formation of in fantry which we have employed in the past probably 15 men would Ihj killed by the breechloaders where one was killed by the muzzle muskets. Add to this the power ful machine guns, such as the gatling and the hotchkiss, and the rate of death among the closed files of double ranks under our present system would lie simple suicide. This is the reason why all civilized na tious, except the United States, China and Persia, have abandoned the single battal ion, double rank formation. The Length of Line. When one of our present regiments goo into action, it presents a close lino in dou ble rank about :S00 yards long. There an no intervals between the men. Kverj bullet find with accuracy takes a man Kvery regimental commander of our la'.i war between the states will appreciate tin dilliculty of commanding this length oi line. In the din of battle neither voice noi bugle call can be easily heard. Hie noise of battle has been greatly intensified by the introduction of the rapid fire breech loaders. If the single line be lengthened by spreading of companies, as is nearly al ways the case in actual war, the regimental commander cannot control his regiment. lie cannot reach them. Tin v are too far awav. He could not even control one bat talion in person anil direct the movements of the others. For these reasons a division of the regiment into three battalions, each with its commander, is imperative. The old line of battle formation used during the civil war, m tin- language of a military ollicer, "belongs to the past, with the. Mace donian phalanx, and the general who would use it would simply invito the slaughter of his army and sacrifice the cause of his country upon the altar of im becile conservatism." Yet in is uliinwt impossible to got this bill for reorganization of the army through congress. Why.- Hit-aue H would cost $1,500,000 a year. Wai.tki: WKLLMAX. What costive people need is a natu ral laxative like Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets which are powerful without be ing vioient. They move the bowels gradually and comfortably but surely. i ou can reguiate me cose one, two three "Pellets" exactly as vou need. They strengthen the intestines o do their own work, so that after their movements become reeular they keep on naturally of themselves. The Mineral Wealth of Kingman says the Elkhart mine is to have a 100-ton concentrator, The Old Abe mill has been running on the North Hometake ore the past few days. White Oaks Eagle. The cyanide plant of the Congress Gold company has been completed and is now running day and night on tail ings. The Eugenia (Ariz ) mine has been timbered up in fine shape with square sets, and preparations are being made to mill the ore on the dump. It carries from $12 to $14 in gold. There is a solid ledge of from three to four feet in the face of the tunnel. The "'Tres Amigos" has been bonded to New York parties for about $3o,G00 for ninety days. They have put a force of men on it for rapid development. They are running ore through the mill at a good rate. It is one of the best paying mines in that region. A large force of men engaged in ex cavating a site for a big 100 ton cyan ide plant which is to be erected ad jacent to the Minas Prietas mill and roaster. By the process to be adopted the pulp will be run from the battery to the roaster and thence into the cyan ide vats for treatment by that process. In the San Carlos reservation, since the segregation of part of the land, con siderab!e prospecting has been done and several mining- camps have been started. The ore is mostly copper car rvingr sold. Jn one district where large bodies of galena ore have been discovered there are evidences of woik having been done centuries ago. The iefe politico of Sierra Mojada Mexico, has iust rendered a report to Gov. Cardenas, showing that the total production of silver ore in that mining camp during the past two years was $12,600,000. This was the output of wenty-four mines. The nw railroads will 6con be built in Sierra Mojada and a number of new mines opened up. There is unusual activity in both gold and copper throughout southern An zona. There is more capital seeking investment in this region than at any time during the last twelve years, and there is more intelligent mining de velopmenc in progress than for many years. Everything points to an era of encouraging mining prosperity in southern Arizona. Star. Tne Jersle, Arizona, mill is running ten stamps and four hoe vanners nigh and day, superintendent Uoran is havintr the other ten stamps fixed up and will have them ready soon. Tn ereatest output of value from this mill is free gold, although it is a steady shipper of rich concentrates. The Jessie looks fine and new ore bodies are being opened up daily. The Arizona Republican says: It is reported that Joe Dobson and partner have made a rich strike, east a short distance from the Rover. Those who have been to see the new find say it is one of the biggest mines at the grass roots ever discovered in Arizona Samples show heavy, coarse chunks of jo!d all through the rock indicating that it will go high in the thousands The cross cut from the 400 foot level in tne Grand t entral mine. Minas Prietas, as reached from the Amarillas shaft, has reached the point where it will be intersected by the new four compartment shaft, at a depth of 520 feet from the surface, and a station Las been cut from which an upraise ha ot-en started to meet tne shaft comino- down, which has now reached a depth oi -iiu leet. Prescott Courier: A larsre sample or ore irom Eldorado mine. Thumb Rutte district, was yesterday brousrht into Prescott Mining Exchange. The Eldorado is the property of Jos. Dough erty and Wm. Deering: is developed by a ninety foot tunnel and a fifty foot shaft. The ledge is eighteen inches wide; ore carries from twenty-five to thirty-seven per cent lead, 125 ounces silver and 88 to $12 gold per ton. Visitors from Arizona mav well sound the praises of that territory. which is fortunate in bothclimate and mineral resources. It has great wealth in silver, gold and copper. Its eopper deposits are especially valuable ana extensive, l De rise in the price or mat metal oi late nas made copper miniDg profitable, and large fortunes will probably be made from some of toe Arizona deposits. Denver Re publican. We are credibly informed that Messrs. John W. Harrison of St. Louis Mo., and li H. Dye of this place, own ers of the Lady Godiva, Rita, Solitaire and other mining properties here, have concluded to consolidate their interests in one incorporated company, bring in new capita, new men, and to begin operating tne same at as early a date as practicable. The above named pro perties are ai 1 developed to the point of producing. White Oaks L.agle. A number of prominent resident Americans have discovered rich de posits of bituminous and lignite ooai on the dividing line of the Mates of Michoacan and alisco. The fields are near the line of the Mexican Centrhl railway and the samples brought to this city are adjudeei equal to any in the world by experts. The gentlemen interested in the property, which covers an area or thirty square mile-, are ne gotia'ing for working it on an exten sive scale. 'The progress of the use of electric ity for mining purposes, " Bays Irving Hale, manager of the General Electric company, "is jnot aonly constant, but rapid. The successful development of the multiphase system during the past four years has solved the problem which for so loner engaged the atten tion of electricians, the application of electricity to the generation of high power, and has secured the advantages of both direct and alternating currents, neither of which was entirely satis factory " onstipation Causes fully half the sickness In the world. It retains the digested food too long in the bowels and produces biliousness, torpid liver, indi- gestion, bad taste, coated tongue, sick headache, in somnia, etc. Hood's Pills cure constipation and all its results, easily and thoroughly. 25c. All druggists. Spared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. f Ilw ouly PUis to take with Hood's Sars&parilla, Pills THE OLDES AMD THE SEST Cotigli-cnre, the most prompt and effective remedy for diseases of t lie throat and lungs, is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. As an emergency medi cine, lor tne cure oi Croup, Sore Throat, Lung Fever and Whooping Cough, AYER'S Cherry Pectoral cannot be equaled. E. M. liliAWLKV, 1) I., Pis. Sec. of the American Bap tist Publishing Society, Petersburg, Va., endorses it, as a cure for violent colds, bronchitis, etc. Dr. Brawley also adils: To all ministers-suffering from throat troubles, I recommend Cherry Pectoral Awarded Medal at World's Fair. AYER'S FILLS Cure Liver and Stomach Troubles. Owing to an insntlicient supply of water the Old Glory mine near Oro Blanca was shut down. Word has ben received of a heavy rainfall and plenty of water, enabling- resumption of work. These mine pay handsome dividends and a larse force of men i again at work with pick and shovel and the Old Glory has assumed a busy aspect. The Henrietta, Ariz., mill has start ed up. It has been shut down on ac count of the boiler, which was replaced bv a new one: it has twenty stamps and eight fine vanners. Managers have put on a full force of men, besides letting- several leases. These lesses will get their ore treated at the company's mill. The orej is richer and the mine looks better than it ever did. A great deal of first class ore is shipped from this mine. Although the milling ore plates well, it is the heaviest concentrating ore in the cam) The mine is well open ed and there is a reserve of ore which would take years to work. The C'errillos Coal railroad company since it acquired possession of the pro perties, has put several hundred thousand dollars in machinery and buildings and developed the mines to an extent beyond what would have been done by private individuals in ten years; yet the work recently done goes further to indicate the satisfaction of the owners than anything heretofore undertaken, in other wcrds the com pany has thoroughly demonstrated thy exploitation that the bodies of coal are more extensive than supposed, and fully justify the idea of pushing the work to further permanent improvements. The largest electric hoist ia the world is on the Eree Silver mine at As pen. It is an ovt'i-bal iince double reel, Hat rope hoist, equipped with a 100 kilowatt, 4-pole mo: or, capable of de veloping 120 horse poA-er continuously and 1")0 to 17o horse p wer intermit tently. An auxiliary 00 horse power motor, ordinarily doing other work is so arranged that it can be geared to the hoist counter shaft and assist the large motor if necessary. Etch reel has 1,"00 feet of 4 by i inch Hat rope weighing 2 pounds per foot The cae weighs l,."t04 pounds, bucket and ore (hung from cage in sinking) about 2 400 pounds, car atid ore alro it iJ.oOO pounds, and bailer, containing 1 11 cime feet ( f water, about, it.000 pounds. Two counterweight-, are used, the one for cage and bucket weighing."), 450 pounds, and the one for cage and ear 2,(w7 pounds, the two b in? combined when bailing. Two armature pinions are provided (th i motor sliding on rails) one lor ordinary hi i-t.ns giving a speed of 000 feet p r minute, and the other for billing ',O0o feet per minute. which, with the maximum load ofabout 1,000 pounds, would rcquiiv; ever :!00 horse power, were it not f a- the over balance arrangement. m Interesting Question The Eagle PassG-ude has the follow ing of irt rest: "A. P. Splits, of Zinesville. Ohio, who represents the Rio Grande Bridge and Tramway company, owr.ers of the bridge spanning the Rio Grande at this point, is in the city. The bridge has b en ordered sod under foreclosure by the federal court. Mr. Stults comes armed with a power of attorney and has given notice that he has assume 1 charge of the bridge. Mr. Stults raises a rather line point. He claims that as our courts have no jurisdiction over property located in a foreign country, and as much of the bridge is in Mexico as in this couutry, he proposes to resist any effort marie to dispose of it." A long procession of diseases start from a torpid liver and impure blood. Dr. Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery- cures every one of them. It prevents them, too. take it, as jou ought, when you feel the first symptoms (languor, loss of appetite, dullness, depression) and you'll save yourself from some thing serious. In building up needed llesh and strength, and to purify and enrich the blood, nothing can equal the Discovery. It invigorates the liver and kidneys, promotes ail the bodily functions, and brings back health and vigor. For dyspepsia, '"liver com plaint," biliousness, and all scrofulous, kin and sealo d-seases, it is the only remedy that will benefit or cure, in every case. Two Lives Saved. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junetun City. 111., was told by her doctors she had consumption and that there was no hop for her, but two b ittles Dr. King's New Discovery completely cur ed her aud she says it saved her life Mr. Thos. Eggers, lot! Florida St, Sin Francisco. sull'ered Irom a dread ful cold, approaching consumption: tried with out result everything else then bought one bottle of Dr. Kiug's New Disc ivery and in two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It is such lesults of which these arc samples, that prove the wonderful ellicaey of this medicine n coughs and eolds Free trial hottles at "W . A. Irvin & Go's., wholesale & i - ail drug store, El Paso. Regular sizj 50.-, and $1.00. Our ppople are growing more and more in the habit of looking to the oeal dealer for the latest and bet of everything in the drug line. Thev sell Chamberlain's Cough Homed v. famous for its cures of bad colds, croup bnd whooping cough. When in need of such a medicine give this remedy a trial andyou will be more than pleased with, the result. i SOUVENIR B EDITIO The El Past Uistory, Present Attractions and Advantages of El Paso and Surroundings, Descriptive, Statistical, Industrial and Biographical gZ WE CORDIALLY INVITE THE CO-OPERATION OF ALL CLASSES C IX THIS IMPORTANT m, 1 The El Paso Daily Herald. 5ammmm mmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmm mmrc Southern Pacific Excursions-Presidential- Inauguration Cer emonies. Washington D. C. March 4. 107. For this occasion the Southern Pacific will r-ell round trip tickets for f.")4 40. Selling dates Feb 27th and 2th. Final limit for return March 10th 1M)7. R -member that the Southern Pacific trains make the fastest time to New Or leans where clo-se coauection is made with the fa trains east of that point and Washington can be reached from I-:: Paso in a little over four days But one change between El Paso and Wash iutr'on. Reunion of Tom Green's Brigade :it Victoria. Tex.. Feb. S2 to 2, For this occasion the Southern Pacific will sell round trip tickets on Feb 20th and 21st. for $2ii.'i0, good for return un til Feb. 2tih, lfil7. Mauri Gras Carnival at New Or leans Mar. 2ud. 1S'.)7. For this occasion the Southern Pacific will sell round trio tickets for 20. Selling dates Feb. 2(th and 27th Final limit for re turn March 12th 1S97. Tickets to be used for continuous trip in both direc tions. Do not miss this gorgeous dis play and remember that the great Sun tet'Limited leaves here on Monday's and Thursday's of each week at G p in., reaching New Orleans 7:30 a. m., the following Wednesday and Saturday. Our regular daily train leaves El Paso at 1 :o0 p m.. reaching New Orleans at S::i0 a. m , the second dav thereafter. Harry Turner, T. E. Hunt, Ticket Agent. Com'l. Agent. Sw 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. Bjtween San Francisco and Cincin nati, Oh'o, via Queen & Crescent pass ing El Paso east Sundays and west Mondaj s. Between San Francisco and Chicago via Illinois Central, passing El Paso east Fridays, west Saturdays. in addition to this special tourist cars for San Francisco leave El Paso on Friday s and Sundays. The cars are operated by the Pull man company on same plan as first class sleepers, and like first class sleepers are furnished complete with mattresses, curtains, blankets, pillows, sheets and pillow slips, new upholster- ed seats (cane) being put in and other improvements made. Clean sheets and pillow cases are put on every night. Berths in these cars are available to through or local passen gers hold ing first or second class or excursion tickets. Each car is in charge of uniformed porters to make up berths and keep the car clean. For rates and further information call on H R. Turner, T. K. Hunt, Ticket Clerk, Commercial Agent, Corner San Antonio and Oregon streets, El Paso, Texas. The little daughter of Mr. Fred Web ber, Holland, Mass , had a very bad cold and cough which he had not been able to cure with any thing. 1 gave him a 2."i cent bottlo of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, says W. P. Ilolden, merchant and postmaster at Test Briintield, and the next time I saw him he said it worked like a charm. This remedy is intended especially foe acute throat and lung diseases such as colds, croup and whooping cough, and it is famous for its cures. There is no danger in g:ving it to children for it contains nothing injurious. For sale by all druggists. Mexican Central Railway Is the only standard gauge line be tween the United States border and Mexico City. Mexico is known as an all the year round 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 great country. Climate unsurpassed For full particular address. J. F. DONOHOE. Com'l. Agent, 1 Paso, Tex s. ' Paso Daily T)ELIEVING that the splendid commercial advantages of El Paso merit special attention at this time, and that a thorough presentation of her claims will result in much benefit and a marked increase in-her mater ial prosperity, The Daily Herald will issue as soon as possible an edi tion known as The Souvenik Edition of The Herald, giving a com prehensive review of the The work will be handsomely printed, illustrated and especially de signed to direct attention to the resources and opportunities, the indus tries, commerce, shipping facilities and other advantages of this city. It will be clear and concise in style, and no labor will be spared to make it one of the most interesting and attractive papers ever issued in the Southwest and a credit to the city and subscribers. AUTOGRAPH FAC 5f v ('""N Jf F0R Made Right Here. 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