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THE DAILY HERALD
SATUKDAY, MAY 8, 1897. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING Except Sunday Entered at the postofflce at El Paso, Texaa, as mall matter or tne second class. TERMS OF 8UB8ORIPTION. Sally, one year ........................... f7 00 Dal'-', six months. ....................... S 60 Daily, thrsi uiODths- .................. 1 76 Dally one month. ....... ... 60 Weekly one year ... .............. S 00 Weekly six months.................. 1 00 Weekly three months.....-......-. ............ 60 JY CARRIER. The Daily Herald Is delivered by carrier In Kl t'aso, Texas, and Juarez, Mexico, at 16 Cents per woek. or 00 cents per montn. Subscribers failing to get Thi Hibald reg nlftflvnr nromnt.lv nhnuld notlfv THI H 1K- ALD business ofllce (not the carrier) in order to receive Immediate attention. Telephone No. 116. ADVER ri8INO RATE8. ' Rates of advertising In the Dally or Weekly dltlon made known on application at the pu bllcatlon office. Or ring up telephone num oer 116. and a representative of the business department will call and quote prices and Qintract for SDace. Locals 10 cents per line In every Instance lor nrst insertion, ana 6 cents per una luronuu additional Insertion. Legal notices of every description II per 1 ncn eacn insertion. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. 'Tax Herald Is fully prepared to do all kinds of plain and fancy job printing In all printing 1: perfectly the latest styles. ork and promptly done. THE WEEKLY HERALD. A large eight page paper giving tha local events of the week, published Itvery Saturday. Just the paper to send friends for information regard ing El Paso. Price Sz.OO per year tlx months SI.OO. The new tariff bill for such it may ba called as it came from the senate fi nance committee is to come up for consideration in the senate on Tuesday, the 18th instant The board of supervisors of Sacra mento county, Cal., has adopted strong resolutions and memorial to congress in favor of the abrogation of the Haw aiian reciprocity treaty, to the end that the sutrar beet industry may be protected and encouraged. The "funny man" of the New Or leans Picavune mixes a good deal of truth and sound philosophy with his eavines. For instance, he says that "if General "Weyler could carry on his war in defense of the Spanish government without killing anybody he would be regarded as more humane." The government of Santo Domingo has offered to cede to the United States, free of cost, the land necessary for coaling: station in Samana bay, or, if preferred, in either of the harbors east of Santo Domingo, on the Caribean sea. General Grant once proposed to secure Samana bay for the same pur pose. After all, King George seems to have known what he was about when lie rushed Greece into a hopeless war with Turkey. A Paris paper now charges that King George used the crisis in the affairs of his country to speculate in Greek and Turkish bonds, with the result that his majesty cleared from 30,000,000 to 35,000,000 francs. The ire of Adjutant General Mabry of this state has been raised to the boiling point by Assemblyman Wolters, of Fayette county, who in a speech in the bouse a few days since said that the annual encampments of "General Ma bry 's tin soldiers, yclept the volunteer guards of Texas, was nothing more than annual drunks," and intimated that all, from the adjutant general dow, got full on these occasions. The Greek army has again been de feated and driven further south to the Othrys mountains, and the Turks now occupy Pharsala. This will threaten the Greek position at Arta from front and rear, and relieve the Turkish fron tier from the danger of invasion. The powers have offered to uncertake a I final solution of the pending difficulties and victorious Turkey has expressed a willingness to negotiate peace on easy terms if Crete is evacuated by the Greeks. Some of our Texas legislators enter tain grotesque ideas as to what consti tutes vice. An amendment recently offered to the occupation tax bill to reduca the tax on tea pin aDd bowling alleys from $1000 to $100 a year, called forth a most violent opposition, on the ground that "such places tended to en tice the young people astray." If the young people would go astray at such hard and innocent exercise as rolling at ten pins It would not be safe to trust them at mauling rails. Edhem Pasha, who ranks as' one of the great military commanders of the age, and who is undoubtedly a good judge ol soldiers, says in a recent re port that "the Greek army consists, apart from mountaineers, of a mere conglomeration of plow boys, shop boys, brigands, pick pockets and every thing else except soldiers." Of course Edhem may be a little bit prejudiced: and yet the conduct of the Greek army in the field, on more than one occasion, would seem to confirm his estimate of its composition. Among other amendments to the Dingley tariff bill made by the senate committee was one increasing the duty on lead in ores from one cent per pound (as the house bill had it) to one and one-half cents per pound, as it was un der Secretary Windom s ruling under the McKinley bill. This protective measure, coming with the building of the White Oaks railroad, will stimul ate the development and exploitation of the great silver lead deposits in the San Andres mountains two hours run by rail north of El Paso. The way that money continues to pour into Mexico for the development of the incomparable resources of that country it will be but a few years until our sister republic will become the richest nation on earth. Her exporta tion ol coffse, suga tobacco, tropical 1 hSu Vm '11 the more become en ormous, and with a system of light but more equable taxation, the govern ment itself can soon become the Roths childs of nations while the people will scarcely feel the burdens of govern ment. The people of Australia have be come so imbued with democracy that they are free from the flunkey ism that afflicts many of the people of the mother country and all of the anglo maniacs of America. The Austra lians, while paying their respects to the noble queen who has so long pre sided over the destinies of the mother country, propose to do so in a manner worthy of the highest commendation. At Melbourne there is a movement on foot to send 200,000 fowl and 5,000 bul locks to England in connection with the dinner which the princess of Wales is promoting for the poor of the slums of London upon the occasion of the ce lebration of the queer's diamond jubilee, June 22. Tne Mexican Central is making ex tensive improvements in its telegraph line from the City of Mexico to Kl Paso. The Santa Ire-company is exchanging transportation for advertising space in medical journals, particularly about Las Vegas hot springs. The fire box of a Southern Pacific locomotive blew clean out at San An tonio tne other day. No one was on tne engine at the time, and no one was hurt. The A. & P. machine shops have been working the force full time since the first. This is the first time it has occurred for months and bespeaks well for the system's renewal of prosperity. Work is coming in thick and - fast and the boys are kept strictly on the move. Uemocrat. It is stated in Denver that the Santa Fe road will get full control of the Midland after May 15th, when the sale of the road is to occur, -although Re ceiver Ristlne is understood to be working energetically to keep the Midland intact as an independent line. The Midland will continue to run its trains over the Santa Fe between Colo rado Springs and Denver, as it has done in tne past. J. W. Mann, foreman of the Western Union Telegraph company, Omaha, ar rived tins morning to take charge of a gang of twenty men who will string the new A. Sz P. Western Union wire from Albuquerque to Barstow.connect- ing at the latter point with the wire now being strung from Los Ange'es, Business nas increased to such an ex tent that the three wires at present operated are insufficient to accommo date the business. Democrat. The days of the bell rope seem to be numbered. One by one leadiog rail roads are discarding the rope system and adopting air wmstles in its steaa. The Union Pacific is the latest addition to the ranks of the reformers. It has just ordered all bell rope connections removed from every car in the system. Heretofore when a Drakeman or con ductor wished to give a signal from the rear end of a passenger train it requir ed considerable muscle to pull the long rope. The new attachment gives each car separate connections, the appliance Deing wonted by tne air re servoir under the car. More Excursions for Mexico. The Star Immigration Co., of Tvn- doii, boutn .Dakota, will run ex cursions to the City of Mexico, during tne lall and winter or "Ji and 'as. Xney propoee to bring men with means to buy and settle on Mexican lands, to engage in tropical fruit rais ing. Any one interested in bringing actual settlers to our republic will nnd it to their interests to send this com pany full details describing their res pective localities lor distribution among their clients, showing the lo cality of the lands suitable for the cul tivation of the above fruits Mex. Herald. For Mountain Climbing;. The two mammoth consolidated en gines which have bean in the course of construction at the Santa Fe shops in Topeka, Kas., for the past four months were turned out of the paint shops the other day and one went on a trial trip to Argentine. as soon as thoroughly tested tne engines will be sent to Rat on, lor service on the mountain divis ion of the Santa Fe. The engines were built especially for mountain service, ana are two of the largest locomotives ever constructed in the nest. 1 hey are of the consolidat ed type, adapted for mountain climb- ing.aod were built after the original plans prepared by Superintendent of Machinery John Player and other members of the Santa Fe mechanical department. Their construction was in a sense an experiment, and if thev prove satisfactory in heavy mountain service, a number of similar engines will be built. w ltn tne exception of the engine now pulling the "plug" these are the first engines to be built at the Santa b e shops in Topska since the Player engines were built several years ago. A Great Book Given Away. If you will send 21 one-cent stamps to cover cost of mailing only, we will send you free the most useful medical book ever presented to the pub ic. This is Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, in Plain Language; a oookoi 1008 pages, profusely illustrat ed, tne great expense ol preparing which has been covered by a sale of 680,000 copies at the regular price, jsi.ou per copy. Address, world s Dis pensary Medical Association, No. 663 Maine strtet, Buffalo, N. Y. The Westfield (Ind.) News prints the following in regard to an old resident of that place: "Frank McAvov. for many years in the employ of the L.. N. A. & C. Ry., here, savs: '1 have used Chamberlain's Colic.Cnolera and Diarihoea Remedy for ten vears or longer and never without it in mv family. I consider it the best remeriv of the kind manufactured. I take pleasure in recommending it.' " It is a specific for all bowel disorders. For sale by all druggists. Toas county, N. II, baa five papere. i i rM mm ui I An Unfulfilled Promise. Kditor Herald: At a council meeting held oa Friday evening, March 2iith, whoa the council was discoursing the ordinance, grant- Ids right-of-way to the Kl Fasc South ern Railway company, Mr. Whitmor objected to the ordinance in reported because it did Dot crbliate the railroad company to operata the road afoer was built, ana moved that the or dinance be referred to the ordinance committee for improvement in this respect. "Mr. Rtinsey rose to exp'.ai and said he would relieve the gentle man's mind. He proposed in all since rity to begin work in three weeks, and there would be no dillydallying." (See report In Herald of March 27th.) That was over six weeks aao, and pao- pie are still looking in vain lor th "dirt to begin to 11 y." Can Mr. Ram sey tell now about when he will com mence operations on tierra iir-raa The wind-work would seem to bs abou finished. and there is no visible obstacle to surveying and grading north of th dyke aed west of Stanton street. Utah street and Sixth street are not flooded and have not bsen this teasoa. Second Warder. The Herald is able to exp'ain the reason of the delay upon the part of Mr. Ramsey's company. Unex pected delay on the t'orralitos road ha caused Mr. Ramsey to go to the f ron for th9 purpose of pushing tha roadtoCasas Granda in the t.me al lowed in the concession, Juce 1st. A soon as he can leave the work there. no doubt active work will commence on the El Paso Southern. Kd. Judge Alcl-ie Tells the New Mexican that there has been more snow this winter at the headwaters of the Rio Granle than for the past 15 years. This alone means a great deal for the crop3 in Dona An county. He also says that the crop of peach es, apples and eraoes will b3 large in the valley larger than for many years it present conditions hold out. it i now too late for those kill'mg frosts which sometimes raise Cain with the fruit blossom, and the horticulture are much relieved on this score. 1 ears have been injured sightly. Work is to be resumed on the Irs Selden dam about May 15, and pushed rapidly forward to completion. The consummation of this great work will mean a great deal for southern New Mexico. The main ditch will extend to El Paso and beyond, making possible and profitable for cultivation over 200,000 acres of fine land. Ihe main reserv oir will store 2,000,000,000 gallons of water. J uage Met le says that alfalfa never looked better, and this also holds good in regard to wheat. Death to Hih Prices. nansas City bicycle dealers are ex pecting' a sharp decrease In the prices of wheels in the near future s a result of a combination farmed by the lartre manufacturers of the east. It is said they will try to freeze out the small dealers around the country who are making cheap wheels and demoralizing prices. 1 he combination, it is claimed, will reduce prices of standard wneels to such a low figure that the competing firms will be unaMe to meet the reduc tion and will be forced to cease maau facturing. Several loan agencies which make i practice of advancing loans on wheels have been cotilied by their eastern representatives not to tike bicycles as a security for money loaded, stating that the war of extermination would likely commence in the near future and this would cause prices to drop quicmy. "Hope deferred maketh the heart sick.' "His nomination will be made Monday," Tuesday "1 look for it to day sure." Wednssday "It was held back for reasons, but the matter is all settled now, it will be sent in this afternoon:" Thursday "I don't know why it didn't go in yesterday, but we'll get it all right today." Friday morn ing "We'll have a new governor be fore tonight: McCord's the man.' Saturday "Strange, isn t ltr Uut to day settles it, McCord's the man." So tne weary weens drag on out the ex pectant" still eye3 the direction of the great father with locks askance. Tuc son Citizen. Secretary Long-thinks it is a good policy to lay up the new battleships and big cruisers in fresh wat?r until tney are neeaea. it ccsts swj.uuo or $700,000 a year t3 maintain a battleship in commission, and not more than lo,- 000 or $20,000 to keep them m order if tney ara tied to a pot 13 some navy yard. He proposes to save this money and for cruising purpos:s to use only the small gunboats, which are very much less expensive to maintain. Mexico buys about $S,0O0,O0O worth of goods from England and $12,000,000 from France annual!y, and it would seem to the San Francisco Call that with a little judieious enterprise we might get a god deal of trade for our selves. Stands at tlie Head. Aug. J. Bogel, the leading druggist of Shreveport, La., says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is the only thing tuat cures my cough, and it is the be?t seller 1 have.-' J.F. Campbell, merchant of SaJord, Ariz., writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery is all that is claimed for it; it never fails, and is a sure cure for consumpt'on, coughs and colds. I cannot say enough for its merits." Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and col is is cot an experiment. It has been tried for a quarter of a century, and today staids at the head. it never disappoints. Free trial bottles at W. A. lrvia & Co's. , wholesale and retail drug ttore. Induced by the use of coca, opiate or nar cotic compounds is bad, decidedly bad. They undermine health and shatter the constitution and tho patient is steadily growing into a worse condition often resulting in the terrible slavery and misery of the cocaine and opium habit. Bleep induced by the use of Hood's Sarsa- parilla does not perhaps come as quickly, but it comes more surely and more per manently through nature's great restor ing and rejuvenating channel purified, vitalized and enriched blood. This feeds the nerves with life-giving energy and builds up the system and constitution from the very foundation of all health and life the blood pure, rich, red blood. Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier. Allilrugglsts. $1. u.Aji. T":i1 cure liver ins, easytotake, flOOd S lilS easy to opiate. Siceuta He Defied the Administration. Admiral Meade was an officer with a most enviable record as a fighter and ona who priced himself on his Ameri canism. Outspoken to the point of in discretion, he never hesitated to stand by any statement he might make, no matter what the personal consequences. This characteristic was fully shown in tha incident which led to his retire ment in 1895, when he stirred the naval section of the Clevelaad administra tioa with severe strictures upon its con duct of affairs and defied Secretary Her bert to institute, a threatened court martial One evening in the early part of May, 1S05, Admiral Meade was sitting in the smoking room of the Park avenue hotel in New York. That very day he had askel to be detached from com mand of the North Atlantic squad-on. A reporter for the New YorK Tribune asked him why. The almiral replied "Mv ideas are not iD accordance with those of this administration. I am just as much disgusted with it as the people at large In this country are, and I pre fer to quit rather than continue my connection with it. I am ai American and a Union man. Those are two things that this administration cannot stand I am a republican, and a man who lives on the oaean is apt to imbibe patriotism and lovaltv. I find these articles at a discount with the present regime. I want to be untrammled, when I cau think and speak as I Hire, and to that end I will doff the gold la:e anddon the habiliments of a caizen, who, at least, has the prerogative of standing up for his country's honor. I preferred to re sign and sever all connection with the navy, renounce all right of succession and begin anew rather than to con tinue in charge with all that I had to contend against. That ought to give some inkling of the gravity of the causes." Our Lady Readers should know that the torturing pains and nervousness which accompany many of the distressing ailments pecul iar to women, yield like magic to Dr. fierce s ravorite prescription, it is purely vegetable, perfectly harmless in any condition of the system and adapted to the delicate organization of woman by an experienced physician of tairty years active practice, it allays and subdues undue excitement of the nervous system and relieves the pain accompanying functional and organic troubles, a.iow or wrinkled lace, dull eyes and hollow cneens, togetner with low spirits, follow the derange ments, irregularities and weaknesses peculiar to the sex. Whether suffer ing from nervousness, dizziness, faint- ness, displacement of womanly organs, backache, catarrhal inflammation of the lining membranes, giving rise to an exhausting drain upon the system. 'bearing down sensations,' or general debility, Dr. Pierce s r avorite .Pre scription reaches the origin ot tne trouble and corrects it. Avoid the dreaded and repulsive "local applica tions so generally employed by doc tors. You can cure your ailment by the use of '"Favorite Prescription" and tberebv save the humiliating ordeal of submitting to such treatment. It s a medicine which was discovered and used bv an eminent physician for thirtv years in all cases of ''female complaint," and those painful disorders that afllict womankind. Jf women are overworked, run-down, tired or sleep less, if they are irritable, morbid and suffer from backache, they should turn to the right means for a permanent cure. Dr. Pierce s r avorite Prescrip tion fits just such cases, for it regulates the special functions and builds up and invigorates the entire female system. The Beat Remedy for Rhennra'ism. y From the Falrhaven, (N. Y ) Itegist Mr. James Rowland of this vi states that for twenty-five years his wife has beea a sufferer from rheuma tism. A few nights ago she was in such pain that she was nearly crazy. She sent Mr. Rowland for the doctor, but he had reid of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and instead of going for the phy sician he went 'o the store and secured ;i, hnttlf nf it. ITis wift did nnt, n nnrnrp of Mr. Rowland's purchase at first, but nevertheless applied the balm thor oughly and in hour s time was able to go to sleep. She now applies it when ever she feels an ache or a pain acd finds that it always gives relief. He says that no medicine which she had used ever did her as much erood. The and 50 cent size3 for tale by all drug gists. Texas and Pacific Excursion List, K. of P. Uniform Rank Hot Springs Ark., May 18th. Tickets on sale May 14th and loth; final limit for return May zuth. One fare for the round trip $29.00. Account ot tne various Baptist con entions to De neld at Wilmington, N !., namely, Baptist Young People's Society of the suuth, May 5; American Baptist Educational Society, May 6th: Southern B.ipt st Educational Confer nee, May 0th and th; Woman s Bap- tis t Missionary Union, May tth to Uth Southern Baptist Convention, May 7th oi4tn: J. lie Texas cc Pacific railway, El Paso route," will sell you round trip tickets May 2nd and 3rd, El Paso to Wilmington, a. C, and return at ne fare lor the round trip, Sj.j.'JO with final limit of twentv davs from date f sale. Your chok e of routes via New Orleans, Shreveport or Memphis. b or the lennessee Centennial and nternational exposition to ba hold at Nashville, Tenn., May 1st to November st, IS!) i, reduced rates are offered you by the "El Paso route," Texas !c Paci railway as follows: Tickets on sale pril 14tn and from April 28th to Oc toberljtn inclusive, hnal limit for re turn jNovember ith, lSJi, at the rate of $00. lo, El Paso to Nashville and return. lckets on sale April 2'Jih to October 15th, inclusive, limited to twenty days rom date of sale at $41 20 El Paso to Nashville and return. Tickets on sale Thursday, April 2ith and each Tuesday and Thursday thereafter up to and in- luding Tuesday, October shth, with nal limit of ten davs from date or sale at $29.95. Only oue change of cars bo- ween El Paso and Nashville acd your hoice of routes via theTexasS: Pacific ither through New Orleans, Shreve port or Memphis, Tenn, In addition to the above there will be reduced rates via "El Paso route" Texas and Pacific to meetings to be held in Buffalo, N. Y.. G. A. R. Na tional Encampment in August, Annual convention National Educational as sociation, Milwaukee, July 6th to 9th, Southern Baptist convention, Wilming ton fa. C May Dth to 14th. United Confederate Veteran reunion, Nash- ille, Tenn., May 5th to 7tb. For further information call on or address. S. Stephens, B. P. Darbyshire, Depot agent, S. W. P. & P. A. Pure Hygeia Ice. Made from distilled water. Ask your family physician or druggist as to purity ad nealthfulness of our ice; tel- phone 14. El. Paso Ice & Refrigerator Co Biank leases for houses or storerooms best form. For sale at Herald job trace. Christian Morelein Cincinnati PHIL YOUNG'S Dr. Oscar Wilkinson, Late resident surgeon Kye, Ear, Note and Throat Hospital, New Orleans, La. S PKCtALiISI1. Practice confined to Ear, Eye, Nowe & Throat Ofllce hours, H:30 a. m to 13 m ; 1 to 1 p. ra. Consultation free to poor from 8 to 'Ji-XI a. m. ROOM 6, MOREHOUSE BLOCK. Glasses accurately fitted. El Paso Marble Works, J. MORETTI, Prop. All kinds of monument and cemetery work cut to order. Mantles, coping and iron fences at reasonable rates. Country orders will re ceive prompt attent'on. 410 El Paso street. m. J. G. BOYD, Phone 214 Physician arid Siu'geon- Office: RJJPdm,n8 Residence Rooms 4 and 6 Sheldon Hlojk Dr. A. J. Mgiri. DE3NTIST, Room 2, Bronson Block. Office hours, 8:30 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 5 p. m. Mrs. L. C. Edmonds, Skillful and Artistic Dressmaker. Direct from San Franclscc. Caters for the best trade and guarantees satisfaction. Over Mathlas' dry goods store, 21'.t El Paso St. VAPOR BATHS. With Massage and Medical Rubbings. NO. 416 N. OREGON ST. Y. M. ft L Management Is under the care of J. S. Reynolds. J. II. Harper. Dr. A. E. Brown, Prof. Putnam. A. G. Foster, F. E. Morris. Millard Patterson. J. J. C. Armstrong, Allen Blacker, E. S. V. Neff, Chas. Rokahr, J. A. Smith. Gymnasium, Baths, Reading Room, Library And Social Games. Open from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. Wm. SLOAX. Gen. Sec'v. For Sale at HERALD JOB OFFICE: Miaiag Location Notices, Vendor's Lcia Kofrs. Conditional Sale Contracts Typewriter Paper, Blank Leases, House Rent Books, or Lhittel jlortsaires: Add icatioa for linnnrta- tion of Cattle With Affidavit Pure Demins Water Delivered to any part of the city. l-Iioiio - - - - 1.14: Strong Again ! "fcV?"11- THE ANAPHRODITIC ! From PROF. DR. KiUOliDof Paris Is theonly remedy for restoring strength under nuann- tee, and will bring back your lost powers auti stopfer everthe dangerous drains on vour system. They act quickly, create a healthy digestion, pure, rich blood, Arm muscles, rug- fed strength, steady nerres and clear brain, mported direct from Paris. Price per box directions incioseu, ta.ou. tor sale iy all re spectable druggists. Mail orders from uny person shall receive prompt attention Dr V. Cundory, Aet. and Manager for U. 8 . 480 Quincy Blbg., Chicago, III. For sale only Dy u rea scnaerer, u.1 funo. Texas. Southern Pacific Excursions. On account of the 15aptist conven tion held at WilraingtOD, N. C, May 6 to 14th inclusive, tne Southern Paci fic will sell round trip tickets May - and 3d at rate of $53 DO with linal limit of 20 days from date of sale. k or account of the International Con vention of the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor atSau Francisco in July next, the Southern lVcilic an nounce a rate of $10 for tha trip E! Paao to San Francisco and rtturn. An nouncements as to dates of s;ile, limits, etc , will be made later. Tho Southern Pacific Co., have made a rate of one fare for the round trip for all parts oa thoir line in Texas to El Paso, account rueetioj? of the State Firemen's Association held in this city May 12th an extentton of 30 days will t3 granted to parties de siring to visit City of Mexico. Harry Turner, T. E. Hunt, Ticket Agent. Com'l. Agent. Mexican Central Railway. Is the only standard rauee line be tween the United States border and Mexico City. Mexico Is known as an all the vear round tourist resort for pleasure travel. Health resorts and mineral snriniL's ad apted to all the various ills to which human flosh is heir are found in the great country. Climate unsurpa scd For full particulars address K. E. Comfort, Com'l. Aeent. Kl Pato, Toas It is the UeHt on Kurlli. That is what Edwards & 'arker, iv of merchants cf Pliins, ;i., Chamberlain's Pain Balm, fur rheuma tism, lame back, d jci s.-atcd and mus cular pains, Sold by all druggists. lloldeit'B 1 oftilive lile 0'urtt. Sufferers u-:e it. Belief will be speedy and cure positive and pe nent 11 directions are strictly lowed. For sale by Kelly ic Pc ollard, druggists. E3 3ED jEl SANTA FE. nniio Most IDireot Xiine TO Kansas City, Boston, St. Louis, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia Denver, Omaha, St. Paul, And all Northern and Eastern Points Tlxrorigti Trains, Fast Time, S moo tli Track, Elegant Pullman Palace Sleepers on al? through trains. Daily Tourist Sleeping cars to Denver, Kansas City and Chicago. Tourist sleeping cars semi-weekly to St. Paul, Minn eapolis and once each week to St. Louis and Boston. All trains not having dining cars stop for meals at the famous Santa Ve Route, Harvey Houses. Full information cheerfully furnished upon application to A. "W. REEVES, E. COPLAND, City Ticket Agent. General Agent Office, Fargo Building, Corner El Paso and San Antonio Streets. W. B. TRULL, Agent at Depot. I TO MERCHANTS: 1 ADVERTISING I DESIGNS v. STHE HERALD -. .WW LOOK AT THE CLOUDS FROM THE TOP and go see the silver do it from our trains. We them in places. THE MEXICAN CENTRAL with its two thousand miles reaches all the principal places of in terest. Address the undersigned for full and reliable information: R, E, Comfort, Com'l Agent, El Paso, Money-making is an art. Inform people of your wares With your low prices And thev will buv. ! - ! & O ft Is the method needed. DO YOU adverti-e. And advert fse JUDICIOUSLY? Read SHOUT TALKS. l?y Chas. Austin Hates, And get NEW IDEAS. And cuts are attractive. Money-makers use them. Wo can furnish von New and K-autiful Is a choiee medium of Carrying your ImformaMon To the purchasing public. lining. You can go above RAILWAY of track.