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THE DAILY HERALD
SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1897. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. SMtorn-a H. 8. A tUm Southern Mexican Central 8:S0a.m Eastern Texas & Pacific 10:06 a. m Western Southern Pacific 1:80 p.m Banta Fe fthrnuirh tint ,1 .on nlncon Accommodation 7:ao t.m Klncon Accommodation fanta Fe (throagh train) Western Bou them Pacific... Eastern G.. H. A 8. A. .... Eastern Texas A Pacific Southern Mexican Ce- jtral. . 8:30 p.m I ...ii:au a.m .... 8:36 p.m 1:60 p.m x:iu p.m IiMpm P08TO Mails arrive fFICt HOURS. and close as follows: O., H. ARRiva. MexJ B A.. ........... 8:46 p.m. T,. an Central 8:30 a.m. r as A Pacific 10:06 a.m. southern Pacific 1:31) p.m. AyT.AS. F 11:30 a.m. The general delivery window la oun 1:30 p. m 3:10 p.m 1:40 p.m a:u6 p. 10:60 a. m open from : .i;mC . 'i30 V-m- except while astern Honey order &ad registry windows are from 8 a.m. taa ti.m. ) open Bnndays the general deUvery and carriers' windows will be open from 11:00 a. m to 18-00 m.. except when malls are heavy or late. J,?.?!",c5r 'elndow "1" open on eom- r iwnva vs. HiaMlUUUUU. JOHN JULIAN. P. M. THE WEATHER OWITXD STATB8 WXATHIR BtTRX ATT I :r'la5;vi inermometer BS Mnguua Of wina J Velocity of wind per hour.... 4 weather .. Clear Kala 84 hours (lnchesand hudreii'ths)..0 00 Highest temperature last 4 hour.... 88 reuiuoriirara aaat zt hours . ...63 LOCAL AND GENERAL. Blank books cheap at Irvln'a. Go to Irvin for window glass. Acme saloon for good whiskey. Home cooking at Smith's Creamery. 7 and 12 year old whiskey at Acme. Butter 23 and 35 cts. Smith's Cream ery. Apple sauce with cream. Smith's Creamery. Fresh Buttermilk Smith's ery. Typewriter paper at the HERALEot- 0 Hot biscuit Fine butter, Creamery. Smith's rA50 STEAM LAUNDRY, ciepnona no. lMi"'nB Location Blanks for Sale at Is ma wince. Minlncr location the Herald job office. Ask for "EL PASO TRAf she best 5 cent CIGAR cm, .SFER." The best Mex.can. apji " ae market are made by the Ji v Havana cigars i'aso Cigar Mfg. Refrigesaltw. and gastfjj;' Ice cream freezer stoves. . MOMSEN & THORN t. .Ale- . Radcer Coal company, m.c l J bCI j illVO uu " " ' jrd and stove wood, yard Second ana ter. Uerllios ana sDinrauiwi wo.. Chihuahua streets. Telepnone no. El Paso Fuel Co., are "The" agents fn- the celebrated Cerrillos WDlte Ash and anthersite coals. Successors tr Cerrillos Coal U. R. Co. Phone no. Uraud Opening of the Golden Eaele concert garden SuDday evening, May 9, at 8 o'clock, by Prof. Carl Pitzer's orchestra. Ad mission 25 cents. Art Parlors. Miss K. "W. Hamill. of Michigan, re- rnipsis tbe ladies to call at 320 San An tonio street, and inspect art designs desie-ned exclusively for the art trade from Dresden. New York and Philadel- nhia. Silk floss, round thread linen, art cloths, etc. Stampine. Lessons in art needle work at parlors. Silver Wedding;. Handsomely designed cards are out announcing the silver wedding tonight of Judse and Mrs. LiOomis. ineiacew the card has "silver wedding anniver sary" at the top, with the monogram of ."J-L" engraved below On the second and inside card is "1872. Lone Pine. Cal., 1897 El Paso. Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Loomis at home. Saturday evening Mav the eisrnth. at eight o'clock, El Pao. Texas." The evening will be spent mostly in rilaving hii?h live, and there will be choice refreshments. Numerous silver wedding presents have already been received." and the occasion will surely b a much enjoyed. A new eight-inch rectangular photo graphic telescope, intended for use in tne Harvard college observatory, is almost completed. When finished it will be the most remarkable instrument of the sort in existence. Itis designed to take, automatically, photographs of the stars. Without tne assistance of -any person it will change and expose the plates according to the particular program desired. John Saunders is giving the city jail a thorough cleaning up and overhauling The floor was given a thorough scrub bing and the bedding was boiled and sunned to kill all the vermin with which the blankets have become badly infested Within thirty days Oshkosh, Wis. will have in operation the urst grass twine factory in the world, it will em ploy 300 hands, and will make twine from marsh grass, something never be' lore attempted. In order to preserve the beautiful Adirondacks New York fctate has ap propria ted sfl.uuo.OUO as a starter to purchase forests wherever desired and rescue them from the ravages of the woodmen. statistics snow that the average Englishman, including women and children, arinks $20 worth of liquor annually. The wonder is that the ;tight little island" is not tighter than it is. The Trinidad, Col., Chronicle has changed hands. P. D. Goodale retires and the paper is now published by D, W. and A. I,. Stone. Tucson is never happy; it wants the earth. The town's latest want is a fire alarm system. For Over Fifty Years. Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup has Deen useu ior cniiuren teetning. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diar rhoea. Twenty-live cents a bottle. This Space belongs to the Wes Texas Saddlery Co. corner uveriana ana Oregon streets: SHINE'EM UP WITH HAY'S GILT EDGE METAL POTASH. Especially recommended for exposed Metals, Brass and Zinc Signs, Railings, Harness, Bicycles, etc. I iqukf, per can 20 cents Powder, per box... 15 cents i.r Sale Only by Chasa F. Slaek & Co, Grocfjrs. 0 o 0 We have just received by far the finest stock of rich cut glass ever brought to El Paso. Be careful and don't look at it unless you want to buy some because if you once see IT you will SURELY BUY. 0 GEO. W. HICKOX & HIXSON., 0 Tli Jewelers, III San Antonio Street, Bronson Block, Cut roses at 220 Hill Street. For Sale Cheap. A good top bug gy, 3lt leon at. Gem Cabinets, from $2 00 upward at 414 S. El Paso 6treet. Go to the Bank saloon for seven year old Green, Briar whiskey. Roses At Weston's Rose garden San Antonio street. 50c per doz. FOR Sale Household furniture almost new. Apply ba Missouri i. For Rent A nicely furnished 4 room honse, for $2o per month. A. f. Coles. Wanted Girl for housework. German preferred. Apply 311 Upson avenue. Fifty cars loaded with material were shipped over the river today for tne Corralitos road. Wanted A good second hand bi cycle; will pay spot cash; must be a bargain. F, Herald office. For Rent Two nicely furnished rooms for house keeping; also one ex El Paso tra room. .Enquire uo jm. St. Rev. W. O. Millican, the new pastor for the First Baptist churcn, win nreach tomorrow morning and even ing. The Seventh and Eighth grades of the public school went over the river today on a picnic. They had a way up time. The newlv Dainted omnibus of the Transfer company is a daisy It looks as though it bad just come off Fifth Avenue, N. Y. Four hundred cars of corn will ar rive shortly over the T. & P. for Ket elsen & Degetau who will send.the corn into the interior. Eat at the Dougherty restaurant; new management and the manager makes it a point to please patrons. Best coffee, auo san Antonio &t. The engine of the Texas & Pacific train slipped an eccentric strap the other side of San Elizario, so that it was 11:30 before the train reached this city. TOGAS CONSUMERS We will sell gat stoves at cost to us in El Paso and allow you time payments of $5.00 per month, until stoves are paid tor. El Paso Gas, Elec M. 4 P. Co. The water has baen "seapin? through the Santa Fe levea just back of tbe base -ball grounds and had formed quite a lake between the levee and the canal. A ditch was cut this morning and the water allowed to run into the canal. The fairy entertainment given under tbe auspices of Mrs. B. B. Sublett at Chopin hall last night was much en joyed by the audience gathered to witness it. The little colored yOUng- stersdid first rate, and won the ap- plause they received. The program was well carried out. The ages of the little performers were from four to eight years. r At the meeting of the city council this afternoon Alderman Whitmore was elected mayor pro tern, to act dur ing Mayor Magoffin's absence. A pe tition was alao presented for the ro? moval of the city's scales from Over-' land street, in front of the new Ham- 1 mett building, to some other point. This petition was referred to the streets ' and grades committee. I Little Lee Newman, twelve year old , son of S. H. Newman, ran away from , home last night about 9 o'clock and is probably biding out among the Mexi can jacals, as neither tbe family nor the police have been able to find a trace of him thus ftr, although search began Immediately upon bis ujsap-. pearance. It is thought that he may I wave? kuuv uirr. u T Dilvjr vi VTW l(Juw I Juarez. lupture Cured ! DB. BUELL'S Specific Hernia Cure. A PERFECTLY SAFE SPEEDY - -PAINLESS- -PERMANENT - C URE No Knife Used. No Blood Drawn. ABSOLUTE CURE GUARANTEED. MAIN OFFICES ROOMS 86 - 87 CHRONICLE BUILDING. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. ROOMS 8 - 10 SHELDON BLOCK, EL PASO. DR. C. C. BE0WN, DENTIST. Rooms 2 and 4. Mundy Blocfr NEW DESIGNS IN CUT GLASS. 0 El Paso, Texas The River I'p. The Rio Grande took another riz J.ast night, and is now the highest it has been this season. The water is all oer the flats, the little emelter is under wa ter, and Roadmaster Hibbert has eight teams raising the dyke at East El Paso along the east and north east end of the Pink where the river flowed many years ago. The water is right up to the canal down there, and when a Her ald reporter was on the spit this morning the water was setting pretty strong from the river 200 yards away. Mr. Hibbert was satisfied he could raise the embankment so that there would be no danger of the water get ting over it, and thus saving acres of land to the east from floodage. The dyke on the south side of the river in Juarez, broke this morning, and the soldiers were immediately call ed out to repair the break in time, which they were able fortunately to do. The current is setting hard and fast against the Mexican side where con stant watching is necessary. The general expectation is now that there will be an immense volume of water in the Bravo until late ia the summer. Mayor Magoffin went to San Antonio this afternoon. Supt. Wilson mines is in town, of Hearst's Mexican W. A. Morehead and family left for Hot Springs, Ark., today. Engineer A. A. Eilis, of Tucson, brought in a train of oranges this morn ing. Jce Hamp30n and wife passed through this morning from the south en route north over the Santa Fe. Mrs. J JenniDgs, of Excelsior Springs, Mo., arrived yesterday to care for her husband who is very ill here. Johnny Merriam took out Capt. Dil lon's train this afternoon, as the cap tain is laying olf, visiting with the con ductors. Mrs. Geo. Atkins left today on a visit to her parents at Londonderg, Ireland. Mr. Atkins accompanies ter as far s New Orleans, Carlos G. Gonzales, of Ascencion. Mexico, a cattleman, is in town on tl e way home after selling a bunch of 800 head at Deming. Rev. W. Oliver Millican of Somersat, Ky., the new Baptist minister arrived over the (Santa Fe today. He is a Louisville, Ky., seminary graduate, and talks and looks like a bright, active man, E. 1. Stokes formerly special agent of the treasury department at 1'lat's burg, N. Y., succeed George White head a i special agent at this po't, and arrived on this noon's Santa Fe. Mr. Whitehead will resume his business at Niagara Falls. Sergt. Lehman. B comnanr. a.'trrl , it, fun f.rTT nnca&H fni'rtnrrK An . i t . . . tndav .from Fnrt .fimnt wh w v,' Deen to take a prisoner who was ar rested near Fort Clark recently where several companies of the 2.'ird are stationed. The prisoner was retirei Fi'st Sergt. Earles who was guilty of embezzlement at Fcrt Grant and es caped to Texas. S. S. Moore of Kaneas City, aged 134, died of con-urtiption at tbe ho.-p'tl this morning. J. C. lt"ss will ehip the embalmed remains to Kansas C ty for interment. The brother of the de ceased died same place. jiiot one year ago at the J, Jennings ot Kxcelt-iot Springs, Mo., died of or consumption last night at the Sisters' hospital. Kmerson & Berrien will ship the embalmed re mains to Ext-u'sior Hpi-ings for inter ment. I There; is a dance in Cixopiu ball " j . i-j.i'.u laiinav ductors and their ladies. ccn- W3 Sic transit gloria mundi! One unexpected thump, And lo! a blooming champion Becomes a blooming chump! I once was Princess Chimay, With a crown upon my head; But cow I am a widow, And my husband isn't dead. This morning the river was one and one half inches higher than it was yesterday morning. The city council has decided that it will receive bids for the city printing. If the council is in earnest and carry out that proposition to the latter, then another promise of the new ad ministration will go unfulfilled. The Times does not believe in the practiceof aslingl ils forthecity priot ing, but thinks tne council should go at it io an unbusiness-like way, and award the printing to a party paper at a high price, so that the city adminis tration would have a well paid organ at the expense of the tax-payers to defend the council in a'l their acts whether right or wrong. The Times makes a mistatement when it says that the wide awake business man does not solicit competitive bids for advertising as well as all other kinds of printing. There are a few advertisers in El Pa;o that do cot solicit competitive bids, bit the best advertisers always want com petitive bids and furthermore they take into consideration the circulation and influence of a paper in the com munity. Business men do not take into consideration that because a paper is on the side that wins in an election by being able to vota the largest num ber of unreadeabie Mexicans, that that is tbe paper that has tbe most influence with the public. The Herald will go before the city council with a bid to do the city print ing. It makes no promises of "becom ing the city's or anybady else's organ. it is not ouiit mat way. All it pro mises is mat it given the city printing, the largest number of citizens will see and read any new ordinance that may pass, as to type, the herald can give them anything they ask for from nonpariel to pica, aTd if they ara will ing to pay for the extra space a picture of the father of each ordinance will be inserted. The Herald will promise and fulfill its promises in anv legiti mate newspaper l'ne, but the city council nor any ore else in El Paso cannot buy its editorial columns or control its public tone. The c:ty can buy its advertising spsca at so much an inch or line, but the Herald will not become an organ. "For unmitigated gall the Times is a peach," said a tax payer this morning. mat suggestion about the new city council to select au organ at the ex pense of tbe tax payers, is about the toughest boodling proposition I ever heard of. The idea of suggesting that the council select a paper to do the public printing without soliciting bids, is simply a suggestion to the city coun cil that they rob the tax payers to pay off election scores. Now. I do not be lieve that the new council will nav the slightest attention to any such sugges tion, x ney are all honorable men, and their only fault is that they are wrong politically. They have so far made several mistakes in appointments, but the mistakes did them more harm with their own pa-ty than they did with their opponents. The chief of police threatens to in voke the bicycle lamp ordinance. This is a great move in favor of the dea ers in bicycle lamps and will make a de- mend for gooas they have been unable to sen iorsome months past. A bicycle lamp is of no earthly use to any one, as cone have teen made that are any good except to ornament a wheel at night, smoke and smell bad and cause the owqer to Ude uiany r.uss words. 3 far as snowing anyone a gooa path tney are a delusion and snare, and the sjeepy rjver ot an express wagon ihinks he has full right 10 the streets and does not have io turn out for a bi cycle rider, lamp or no lamp. Now that the chief of police is going to enforce the bicycle lamp ordinance, let him look over the ordinance sorap pile and sea if there is rot some old ordinance governing the drivers of ex press wagons and burro carts. At dull times in the day the drivers of express wagons drive up to the ditieren'j cor- nors in town and stop in any position on street crossings, cr probably two or tnree wagons side by s ite, and there they stand blo.-king up the street cros siDgs against pedestrians, or drivers or riders of other vechicles. Aftsr a short nap they may start olf in any direction without regard to the road rights cf other people. The cycler must take care of himself and lie seldom knows which way to turn out to prevent a col lision, llegu'ate the e people as well its the rider c f tbe bicyclo (tad every thing will be forgiven, Ilosa Company No. 1 is going to bo initial race next Thur sday. Uosc No. 1 is entirely composed of volunteers and they a-e having the truck former ly used by No. 2's, repaired and will have a team for tbe pnrpue on thit day. They will be ready for the run at the Shut, building en San Antonio street and say they ill be at the No. 2a hose cart or bust a trace in the ef fort. The rivalry that is going on be tween th'cse two corn pa ires is attrac ting the attention of the department and is caus'ng both companies to use extra exertions to beat each other to the fires. The readers of the UE.R&.Z.D and es DON'T DENY YOURSELF and family meat because vege tables are chesper; you'll find that it won't pay; that you'll have to pay far more in doc tors' bills than you would for meat all your life. Good meat makes good blood. Good blood makes good health. We sell good meat. HASTON & ROBINSON, 315 ... - SAN ANTONIO ST. pecially the new city administration will read with sorrow this lines: It was only yesterday Rounn About came very near being hauled out to the Pot ter's field a corpse. It came atout this way: While riding leisurely along on his bike he tried to pass a drunken Jehu in an express wagon. We turned to the right the driver to the left and all the way that Hound About could keep from being run over was by slap ping the horse in the face and stopping hiro. which nearly thre w the driver off his seat In this way we saved our precious life and are enabled to write this ascount.instead of having somebody e'se to write an obituary telling how our poor body was ground to pieces under the wheels of a remerseles ex press wagon, and also telling of our good qualities as a citizen and voter, but never mentioning our faults and frailties. John Saunders is now the city jailor, Dick Blacker failing to qualify for the office. Carl Smith has been put on the rorce in place of (J. K. Jones, removed The old police force is almost gone. To Hary Charman: Fire your dog catcher after some of the bad dogs about the city and we won't do a thing but say nice things about you, set your name in a box car letters and see that you have a cartoon standing with a big club right at the mouth of a dog keunel and that the dog is seeing all the stars in the milk-away. The mayor is going to San Antonio and the supposition is that he will appoint a new chief of police and then put many mills between him and iil Pa;o Delorethe people find it out. Tbe program for the firemen's convention has been changed. The bicycle parade that was lixed for Thursday night has ben changed to Wednesday night. This was done be cause there was so much on the pro gram for Wednesday that it would have tired the people out watching the amusements. All bicyclers who wish to join in the parade can get further im- lormation by calling on t .oyd Payne. Schools will he dism'ssed, court will adjourn aud everything of a public na ture will take a holiday next Thursday out of respect for the visiting firemen. Merchants and business men are re quested to close at least half a day and give the clerks a chance to see the parade. Ex-Clerk Kitchen has opened up headquarters for the firemen this morning in the Sheldon blojk, and will have everything in readiness for the visiting firemen nxt week. A register will be kept and all visitors will be requested to sign their name or make their mark on its pages. This last safeguard is done so that if any of the visitors should get lost in the city they can trace themselves back to head quarters. Hr It Ed Wales vou're a peach. Hardlv had the Herald ask vou to clean up the streets than you begin the work. Your picture shall appear in a cartoon dancing with alligators. It will be given a prominent position next to live reading matter, and we shall ever talk of vou iust as thnnirh vrm harl died instead of being elected city street commssiorar. Round About. TheCtiy Counrll. The council had a short meeting last n'ght in the city hall where the tail ings ot the previous meeting were worked over until there was not even slag left. The assessor and collector reported $02.(511.41 collected on the rolls of IS! Mi, and stated that there remained $22,000 uncollected. On Judge Cold well's mo- t:on. tbe city attorney was instructed to devise some expeditious means for collecting the delinquent taxt?, and the eolloc'or was instructed to proceed under instructions from the city attor ney. Mr, WUitmor-e lor the street and grades committee reported favorably on the petition of the Postal Telegrah and Cable company for rights of way through the city for the erection of telegraph poles, etc., and tbe citv attorney was authorised to draw up an ordinance granting the prayer of the petition and present the same at next regular meeting. Mr. Clifford called the council's at- tontion to the fact that the old contract for ciy printiug had run over abnut one year, and urged that bids be called for tne current year. ty be opened next Thursday ni-T-hf. Jniloi Pnld wil u-nnt- ed it stated what kind of type as to re ; used ia- printing th-i ordinanecs It was decided that tha tax lUt should be bid oa s'-paia'ely. R -fered to tho ficane committee. A the mayor leaves today for San Antquio, the council ogreed "to meet at 2 p. m. today and chese a mayor pro tern,. Rumor has it that Jesse I 'ay no has been slated for chief of police, and many believe that tho appointment has been made, but will iiotbtancouiic od until Mayor Ma go Hi u id far away. Payne is said to have been selected as a compromise candidate between Con Lockhart and .1 im Dwyer. The rumor is being talked of generally in political circle acd t.very one seems to be satis lied with tho appointment, if an ap pointment it is. Mr. Payne was asked by a Hisramj reporter about the appointment, but said that while he was a candidate and his prospects were good, that he had not been not i tied that he had b.'tn selected. Commissicner Sexton will lake a week otl in which to consider the Mex ican extraciition cooes, argument ip which were concluded last evening. ISpx'ixig Clo tiling In the latest styles, Immense Stock, just received. . ; R. O. LIGHTBODY, Leading Clotliier, 212-14 Ell Paso St- TRAP I THOS SOLEAGENT The Mitchell Wagon, Colum Jeler ia hardwool lumber a Victor and Ben Hur BicyclPs. H. P. NOAKE, Numbers from 111 Organ Recital. Professor Smith, organist of St. Clement's church, will favor the public next Friday, May 14, with his fifth or gan recital in the church. The follow ing select and classic program will be given : Allegro Assai Vivace (Sonata, No. 1) 1 . .Mende'sobn Adaeio in -D Mozart Vocal Solo (with clarinet obligato by Sr. Trinidad Concha) Recit. and Air, '-Thus Saith the Lord." Charles Rokhar. Handel Allegretto in B 11 at Macbeth Anthem, "Awake vp my Glory" Barnby St. Clement's church Choir. Grand Offertoire in D (St. Cecilia) Batiste Vocal Solo, Air, "I know that my Redeemer Liveth" Miss K. W. Smith Handel Adagio in F, Op. ICo. 1. ..... Beethoven Grand Fatasia Pastorale (The Stern) Wely Vocal Solo, "But the Lord is Mindful of His Own." H. D. Slater. Mondelsohn Transcription D. Buck Grand Finale Allegro in F..Lefebure These recitals have proved not mere ly enjoyable hut highly instructive and as a musical educator. They de serve the attendance certainly of the musical part of the public. There is no charge of admission. Convocation. The annual convocation of the Mis sionary District of Aew Mexico will convene in St. C ement's church on Thursday next, at 10 a. m. The ser vices of the occasion beginning with Vednes3av will ba as follows: Wednes day, 10:00 a. m. Litany and reading. 8:00 p. m. Eveniog prayer and ser mon. Preacher: Rev. Geo. Selby, of r.ast Las egas. Thursday, 10:00 a. m. Opening of convocation, holy communion and ser mon. Preacher: Rv. Frd. Bennett, of Albuquerque. 4:00 p. m. Business session. 8:00 p. m. Reception to the bishop and visiting clergy at the rec tory. Friday. 10:uu a. m. Litany and ser mon. Preacher: Rev. Ldwd. S. Cross, of Silver City. 4:00 p. m. Business session. 8:00 p. m. Organ recital (for program sea r.ext page.) oaturday, iu:uu a. m. Mormngpray- er. Snntlaj Church Notices Catholic Church of the Immacu ate Conception; catechism at v.JU a. m., high mass and sermon at 10 a. m. St. Clement's Third Sunday after Lat3r. Sunday school at 9:J0 a. m Services at 11 a. m , and 8 p. m. Christian Sunday school 9:45 a. m. h'reicaing at 11 a. m. and 8p m Jr. Endeavor 2:30 p. m , and Young Peoples meeting 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting next Wednesday night at a o'clock. There are rumors and rumors about an alleged restoration of the train ser vica tho Santa Fe between this city and Silver City. Bat at the Santa Fe cilices nothing is known of any such move, acd the local officials do not be lieve anything of the kind is eontem-L p uieu. neysay, tne service was a dead loss, and for that reason discon tinued. Andy Taylor is pranoiog on the car pet this afternoon before Justice Mc- Kie on the charge of excoriating a gentle Azt-3c with sulphurous vocabu lary. liucklen's Arnica Salve. The bes. salve in the world for cuts bruises, s?res, ulcere, sBlt rheum, fever sores, letter, chapped hands, chil b'air.s, corns, and all skin eruptions, au.l po.-ittvely cures piles, o.r nx pay re quire 1. It is guarateid to give per fect satisfaction or money refunded. V'rice 25 cents par box. For sale by W. A. Irvin & Co , Wholesale and Re tail Agts, Spring Humors, eruptions, hives, bo:l.-, pimples, sores, are perfectly and permanently cured by Hood's Sarsapa rilla, the best Spring Medicine and One True Blocd Purifier. Hood's Pills act easily and promptly on the liver and bowels. Cure sick headache. Condensed Miim. APerfcct Substitute For Mothers Milk BooH "INFANT fftALWsent FREE. New York Condensed Milk Co. N.Y 0 9 SSBK3B59SSS8 New and handsome line of shirts in all the latest stripes, checks and mixtures. Our line of sprii g hats is large and exclusive, having the sole agency for the celebrated Knox and Miller hats. Neck wear in all the new shades. THEY ARE ALL THE RACE NOW! Stylish turnouts you see daily are trips from the Carriage Repos itory of U. P. Noake. The hlh grade finish and Morocco cushion bflos notable features. They range In prices from S100 to 8200 and are the pride of the Columbus Buggy Co The Mitchell Wagon, Columbus Buggies, Phaetons and Carts. Dealer ia hardwool lumber and wagon supplies and the famous Victor and Ben Hur BicyclPs. CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKER. to 117 West Overland Street, El Paso, Texas. a ? rzi--r-3v)i fix fe&a-iBfcJ IDZESIGKtsTiS make the value of our FURNiTURE two-fold. The very bast woods are used and put together in the very best manner. Ex pert designers are imitating the most graceful styles of the past centuries, and are constantly creating new ones. HOYT fe IBSS 315 EL PASO ST. SHEDD NEW WHEELS, OLD WHEELS, M. & W. TIRES. HARTFORD TIRES, VIM TIRES, LAMPS, PUMPS, SADDLES, LAMP BRACKETS, SELLS PEDALS, OIL, CEMENT, CORK GRIPS, WRENCHES, TOE CLIPS, GRATHITE, PANT GUARDS, BICYCLE LOCK, ETC., ETC, ETC. ALSO, Builds, repairs and enamels bicycles acd vulcanizes tires cheaper than any one in the city. Wm. Shedd, 305i SAN ANTONIO ST. LongwelTs Transfer. I m now prepared to do all kind of Transferring cf Freight, Light and Heavy Hauling. Safe Moving a Specialty Headquarters at 1 Paso Stable, All orders promptly attended to Phone No. 1. J as. T. Ijonerwell- THE AETNA Easy Running Perfect Construction Price Right EL PASO CYCLE CO. VENDOME BLOCK. NEW BICYCLES FOR RENT. Napoleon J. Roy, The Fashionable Tailor. SHELDON BLOCK - OPFOSITE P0ST0FF1CE, Purest Drugs. Latest News A. K. ALBERS & CO.. HEADACHE ELIXIR Cures any headache. Try it. A. H. WHITMFR, D. D. S. Dentistry in all its branches. Office Over ssanta Fe Ticket Qfflca.