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THE DAILY HERALI
THUKSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1897. ARRIVAL AND DIPARTUBE OF TRAINS, AKKITI Jaatern O.. B. St 8. A 8:4f p.m Southern Mexican Central 8:80 a.m Eastern Texas St Pacific 10:05 a. m Western Southern Pacific 1:80 p.m Santa Fe (through train) 11:15 a.m Klncon Accommodation 7:b0 a.m I.IATI Rlncon Accommodation 6:30 p.m eaata ire (tnroasn train) ju:ia.m Western Southern Pacific 8:36 p.m Battern Q., H. A 9. A 1:60 p.m astern Texas & Pacific 2:10 D.ro onthara Mixtnan Onntrnl IiVdb POSTOFFIOE HOURS. Halls arrlTe and close as follows! ARHITl. .. 8:i6 p.m. .. 8:30 a.m. ..10:65 a.m. .. 1:30 p.m. G.. H. St B. A Mexican Central.. Texas St Pacific... Southern Pacific. A.. T. St S. F 1:30 p. m 3:10 p.m 1:40 p.m 8:05 u. m .11:30 a.m. 10:50 a. m Tbe general delivery window la open from 1:10 a.m. to o:su p.m., excupt wniie eaaterr mall Is belns distributed. Honey order and registry windows are open iium o a.m. w o p.m. Sundays the general delivery and carriers' windows will be open from 11:00 a. m to 18:00 m., except when malls are heavy or late. in eitner case tbe window will open on com' yivuun ui umriDuiion. JOHN JULIAN. P. M THE WEATHER 0 KITED Statbh Wcatbbr Rttrhau PA80, Texas. August Un 1BH7. Local Time 6:64 a. m. Barometer 3!'.S3 Thermometer rtt direction of wind NV velocity or wina per hour....- weather .CI'dy BalnM hours (Inchesand hundred ths.....0 0 UlKbeat temperature last 4 hours. ...... Hi Lowest temuerature lawt. 24 hours 62 LOCAL AND (iE.NERAL. Blank books cheap at Irvln's. Go to Irvtn for window glass. Good eating at Smith's Creamery. Fresh butter at Smith's Creamery. Pine butter El Paso Dairy company Home cookinar at Smith's Creamery Typewriter paper at the Herald of- noe. For saloon I. W. Harper whiskey Acme EL PASO STEAM Telephone No. 47. LAUNDRY, A brut class baker can find a situa tion by calling at 214 South Oregon Ask for "EL PASO TRANSFER." me oest o cent ULUA.K on the market. The best Mex.can and Havana cigars are made by tbe El Paso Cigar Mfg. "JO. The El Paso Dairy company are now riamng a one graue or butter daily. Ask for it. Refrigerator, ice cream freezers and gasoline stoves. MOMSEN & THORNE. Residences for sale, small cash pay' ment, balance in monthly payments. Enquire of A. M. Loomis, 105 Mesa Ave. D Irst class accommodations only, at G. W. Morrow's Barber shop and baih house, Morehouse block, Oregon street, just soutn oi pest otTice. Payne. Badger Coal company, Mo Clester, Cerulos and anthracite coal, cord and stove wood, yard Second and Chihuahua streets. Telephone No. 11 ha paso D uel Co., are "Tbe" agents 'or tue celebrated Cerrillos White Ash and anthersite coals. Successors to Cerrillos Coal 11 R. Co. Phone 10 Wanted Two good building and loan agent for New Mexico and Ari zona who can furoirh satisfactory ref erence, and a small bond. Call at 112 San Francisco street. IX) you want a government position at siioU to o,uuu per annum. Pay sure VYuraesay. iiours unorl. iuo poai- tlou. oil to )0 days' annual leive with pay. We prepare by miil for high grade and appointment. Course of in Htruction, $5 to 12 5U. Catalogue with details free. Uugbes Civil Service Preparation, Wasuinton, D. C It is Ware StilL As was exueeted, Captain Richard Ware, whose term as L'nitel States marshal expired last Saturday, his been reappointed to tne .omoi temporarily, pending a new appointment by Pres ident McKinley. nis ueveiopment snows It to be a certainty that the president will not announce his choice for tbe marshal of this district until he returns from his present vacation trip, and the as pirants xor tne joo win .remain in a state of suspense some time longer. The Rio Grande Dam and Irrigation company has a cew assistant attorney. The silver City Eagle chronicles the advent of a son and heir to W. A. Hawkins, the talented representative of the Dam company. The Eagle neglects tj state tne new legal lum inary's weight, but it can ba assumed that is Butfioient to suirgest that the young man will eventually attain to the imposicg proportions both mental and physical, of a justice of the supreme court. W. E. Van Volkenburgh, a substi tute railway mail clerk, has rean ar rested on the charge of rilling the United States mail. Van Volken burgh has a wife and three children ana lor tne past year has resided at Albuquerque. Editor Joseph MHctlfeof the Eiele Pass Guide Das retired from that paper afier nine years of serv.ee. E. G. Round tree succeeds him. Closing' Out. The Clark-Whitson & Leitch Music Co. are Closing out their stock of pia nos aad organs, and until all are sold, great bargains can be bad, as they wish to close business at the earliest possible date. Sales will be made for cash or easy payments. Come and see for yourself. 119 San Francisco St. Backlen's Arulcn Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts bruises, sores, ulcers, sell rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chil blains, corns, and ail skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay re Quired. It is guaranteed to give per fect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by W. A. Irvin & Co., Wholesale and Re tail Agta For Over Fifty Years. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the ohild, softens th gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the beat remedy for diar rhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Fouud $5. A gentleman stepped into the West Texas Saddlery Co. store at the corner ef Oregon and East Overland streets yesterday afternoon and after buying a bill of goods remarked that he bad found 15 by coming in there, as he just saved that sum by purchasing his goods ; or tnat company sufficient. A word to the wise; Delicatessen ! Cheese. Bernese Swiss, Roquefort, Limburg, Brick, Edam, Pine Apple, and Herkimer Full Cream. Sausaere. Cervelat, 22. The ri v Cervelat Salami, imported. Vienna, in ilb. and Alb. tins. Mortadella, in jib. and ilb. tins. Herring, Spiced Holland, ready for use. Spiced Holland, qt. Bristol jars, licurdslt-y 's Boneless, ilb and ilb tins. Cal. 131 ck Olives Bottles or in bulk. Served in cracked ice are most delicious. For Sale !By Clias.F. Slack 4 Co. Grocers 0 6000041 0000O00000000O000 0 &--,- 0 f 11 12 1 0 6ft- iU 1 IP 0 NV, J -: 0 JJy. 0 , THE III San Antonio Street, 0 Bronson Block, 00000000 000000000000 000000 Foit Kent Verv desirable furnish ed ioom for gentleoiaa, 311) Nortti L.1 i'uso. If you have household goods to sell, see V. E. Black, 200 tat OverUnd street. WANTED A furnished house of 5 to rooma, cn.rally l.catcd. Address K, Hekalu office. BoiiN Io Albuquerque 22th inst., a sou lu tne Htie oi iru&tmabier wua deld, sou-in-law of Samuel Schutz, of this city. An Indiana man is building a tri cycle lor fela VVebner to roll urouuck tjwnou. fete is ratner ttcKiian about trying a bine. Suit against Mrs. Frank Iluckmau for taxes for aua lS'Jti, w bs tiled last eveuiut; iu (he disirict court, by Millard .Paitereon. The Dona Ana County Republican, the papjr published uy the late Fred Anderasun, aunouaces mat it will con tinue to go as usual. Sheriff Garrett returns to Cruces this evening with Boaliu Morales who was arrested at 1'tleia cnarged with murder in Bon Ana county. The Mexican Central is endeavoring to transfer at Ortiz, but particulars are wanting. Things seem to oe veiy un certain down in tnat country. Iioss has two paupers on his hands today, and the city and county are wrau tiling as to which shall pay the burial expenses of one of them. W. J. Harris sent west last evening a number of section bosses for supervi sion of tracK and ditch work along the S. P. in .New Mexico aau Arizona. The T. & P. people are renewing the White Oaas bridges and culverts all tbe way up to Fort Bliss, so that the road w.ll shortly be in hrst class shape. The African Z.on church is reported in such dangerous conditiou tnat tbe trustees have lcjo officially notified to show cause why their building should not be "abated." George Fitzgerald expects to start up the little emeuer by next week, as a shipment of ore yu&teraay auued to tbe stock already on hand will give him a fair start. David Payne brought into the Her ald office last evening aa apple of mastodon proportions, it was JtU inch es in circumference aad weighed near ly two pounds. It was grown oa the Mud bred. IUy Pollard ran a nail into his hand yesterday, aid that useful member is now dtcorattu wita arnica Dacdaces. He tried to hand;e bis big horn in band pra t:ca last night, but tiad to give it up. And "Colonel J)angerfield" Reed Dad to wrast.eou a:one. There is complaint from Juarez residents about ti e condition of the road over the river. Aud they want to know wtiy, ll lue municipality is out of debt and w.th money in tne city trea- ury, tome oi tnat spare cash cn not be tpent in improving the corpora tion's thoroughfares. Prof. Calamara, of New York, the well known composer and arranger of guiur music, is in town from New York. He was performing in Walz'e store yestercay, and the crowd that istcned held a maps' meeting a'ter- wards and "resolved witLout a dis senting voice" that what that man did not Know au'jub guitar playing was hardlv worth knowing. The Y. P. S. C. K. of the Presbvter- lan church will hold a social this even ing at the home of M s. Townsend. 815 Mes avenue, to which vou are in- ited. Tte admission fee of ten cents will entitle jou to ice-cream, cuke, lemonade, games, music, recitations, etc. A gypy ?) fortune teller will ave her tent pitche i on the grounds and win tell )ou an egg-snell-cnt for tune for only a nickel. Come and i spend a p.esant evening. EL PASO DAIRY CO. Fine Milk, Cream, But termilk, Clabber and Cottage Cheese. TELEPHONE 156 P. 0. BOX 205 Order of the Drirers of the Deliv ery Wagons, Smith'! Creamery, Telephone 156 or by mail, P. 0. Boa 205. T A SMITH. Mgr. VERY MANY 1 a. n. MEN f Say that tbe . spneial railroad movement made by ; the WEBB C. BILL CO., of Cleveland, ( Ohio, Is "the best on earth." We are the sole agents for them here. Same ' prices as a. Cleveland. ! HixsoD. JEWELERS- El Paso, Texas 6001) PROSPECTS. The ToiK)lobaniiH) Colony Scheme Look ing: Up- S. Sehulz of this city has returned after a trip of several weeks to the Topolob-impo and tbe surrounding country, including San Jose Garcia, Sinaioa and elsewhere. Mr. Sehulz is eathusiastic in favor of the colonization scheme down in the Topolobampo country, and says that the reasjn it faued before was that neither the time nor place was ripe then for the col onizing. But now suitable arrange ments nave been made, imni it? ration from the UuitedStitesand Kurope will Driiig many people in tnere, aud the section be peopled up. The valley it self is from 23 to 40 miles wide, i very lertiie, ana tnis win ue increased by the 30 miles of ditching already constructed at a cost of SoO.OOO. Other d.tches have been projected, to be built as soon as one' siou calls fo. the improvement. Mr. Scbulz was much impressed with the general resources of the country. He luund tig trees beiricg after three years growtn, orange trees alter four years. bananas alter IS motitOs, and four year old Chinese umbiel.as had trunks 33 inches iu circumference. It is a fine country for sugar cane. Three mills are already in operation, and another one is to oe set up. The climateis very fine, and double crops are growu Tne bay is one of tne btstinthe world. There is a dpth of 30 to 35 feet on the bar at ebb tide, with an average depth inside of 75 to 100 feet. ilr. Scbulz found a goodly number of Americans moving in, and interesting tnemseives especially in the mines of which there are a promising number. Post Couctrt. following is tne program for to nights band concert at Fort Bliss: Overture, ''Arouse" Boettger Selection, "Iolanthe" Sullivan Musical Melange, . .."This and That." Characteristic piece, "Guard Mount" Ellen berg. v aitz, --jriciena" Pette For tomorrow s Guard Mount, tbe band wilt play: March, "The Challenge" KoDoita. Waliz, "Nanon" Genee. Marcn, ' P.M. I. Cadet" Mora. March "Welcome" .....Clus, Br. King, the specialist, who has been aosentlrom F.1 Paso for six weeks, reiurueu touuy. lie nas Deen in Bi 1.... t I 1 .l . n. ias, uuusiuu auu. uiiuer cults in J.exas and has organized the Br. King New Remedy Co. assocaiting with him sev eral other noted specialists to assist in hanuling his larger and growing practice tarougnout tne state. In his selection it bas been his policy to secure certain specialists for certain diseases realizing tnat success in medicine depends on special doc ors lor special diseases. The Bl Paso, offioo in the (uturj wi 1 be known as the Br. King New Remedy Co. with Br. Kino- in personal charge, who will make Bl Paso his home aud tbe fceadquarters for his Co. The Dallas office is located in the Trust building and the Houston of fice in the Kiam building. A Nw York man has discovered a coil oil preparation that is an infall -blecure for snake bites It may bring on a desperate war bjtween tne Stand ard oil and whisky trus'.H. Librado Vazquez aud a woman named Pauliua have been arrested ou c bilge of b. inging stolen propei ty into tbe United btates fiom Juarez. Jim Bica was fined toJay $1 and osts, $14.50, in Jus'.iC-) Bidgers' court lor cussing out tue police force in the Monte Carlo last nignt. E ght Celest al gentlemen were trau.-fered from tne fc. P train this alterncou to J uarez by Inspector Rule and Agent Comlort. A lod of 50 head of cattle came over toJay from the other side for local slaughtering. It is the second ship meut this month. A long string of new box crs loaded witu tics fo tue Mexican Central ar rived at this point this morning. Licemia pma ca-ttmiento Catonio I'rover ciu y Kufroaia Pen: Arcadio Meiiuoza y Aurclia Bjreia. "Content Fur's He's Got." Have to work for every cent, Skimp and save to pay the rent. Live in just a frugal way, Glad to get three meals a day Happy when the week is through If I've paid up every dup; fctill, with all its heavy load, Life's a rather pleasant road. Got no palace, not to keep, But I've not a pla-je to sleep. Got ro coach and pair, but gee! Walkiu's good enough for me. I've got pictures of the best See that sunset in the west: And I'va mu?ic when I please Hear them robins in the trees. I don't have to lose my health Worryin about my wealth; I don't have to fret about Too high livin' bringin' gout, Course I mean some day t3 be flit'her up the social tree But no matter what's my lot I'm contented fur's I've got. Round About is not as "fly" today as he ought to be on account ot bbe han dle bars on his bike turning last night and his coming in eon tic t with the hard street. The fill didn't hurt but the sudden stopping did. There was no harm done except his knee cup was partly torn off, his right shoulder sprained and his left wrist badly wrenched, but the worse part of tbe accident was that he tore his trousers. The 6kin will grow back on his knee, tbe sprained shoulder will get well and chloroform linament will stop tbe pain in the wrist, but only money will buy another pair of pants. Round About was misinformed yes terday in regard to the permit offered by Mr. Britton Divis, of the Corralitos company. Mr. Davis says he will give a permit to any one to prospect on the Corralitos land errant, except within radius of five miles around the Sao Pedro smeher. Tnat section isreserv ed as the mining zone of his company The placer gold that has been found on the Corralitos land grant is from fifteen to twenty miles from the smelter and any one may obtain a per mit to prospeot in the ,scondido moun ca ns, provided they da not get out of the zone for which a permit has already been granted, up to date tnree per mits have been granted to parties to prospect in the F.scoadtdo mountains. There is a roar going up from clti zeos about the street sprinkling. Last week the street and grade committee ordered that two sprinklers be pulled off and the other two do all the work This of course necessitated the cutting down of the district to ba sprinkled. One sprinkler was ordered to sprinkle the central pirt of the city and tbe other was put on Magoffin and Myrtle avenues. The people living out of those di.-tricts are the ones that are kicking as they think that the streets arouDd their property should be sprinkled as well as the aveoues men tioned. Street Commi-sioner Wales has no control over the matter further than to see that tbe sprinkling wagons do their work. The street ahd grade committee has full control of the number of wagons lht shall be used and can designate which streets shall be sprinkled. Street Commissioner Wales said to Roucd About this morning in regard to the street sprinkling that it has al ways been the custom to pull off two of the street sprinklers on tbe first of September, but this year they had been laid off earlier on account of the saortness of funds there being only $KiOO in the treasury for street work from now until next April. To make ends meet it will be necessary to cut off one of tne wagons engage X in street work. The city has been put to a heavy expense this yeir in repairing the streets after tbe late hard ra ns and it win be almost impossible to keep up repairs with tbe small amount of money in the treasury for that purpose. . Fred Raymer, alias "King" Raymer, the crack-a-jack short stop of last sea son's Browns, is in tbe city on his way to Albuquerque, where he will proba bly play nis position with the Albu querque team in the coming tourna ment at the Territorial fair. Fred has been playing in the Texas league all season and has made quite a record for himself. He played for a time with Austin and finished tbe season with Dallas. The Hook and Ladder base ba'l tam want revenge from Hose teaoa No. 2. They intend to cha lenge the hose team for another came ani tbey propose as a stnke to make the losing team pay for a linner fur all the honorary members of the El Paso fire department. Round About. Close Call. Contractor Harris was sittine on the edge of a ditch bridge west of this city the other day, directing bis men who were excavatmg bt the bridge crossinar. when all oi a uUcea Mr. Harris felt himself gently chucked in the ribs At the same time there was a hiss, as if of eciping steam, a strong smell of lub ricating oil, a suspicious rumble, and ahem, well, Mr. Harris looked up. He didn't wait for a more extended inspection, but made an entirely un premeditated aerial flight in the direc tion of the Jrepublic of Mexico. How ever, nis flight did not last fur. He landel on tbe back of one of his mules and did not stop for nearly a mile pre ne knew where he was at. Then Mr. Hai r's re'urned, with his mind some what diverted from tbe regular busi ness of the day, but otherwise unin jured. A long freight train had ri'tietlv swooped down on the contractor, with out the ringing of a bell, or the blow ing of a whistle, with the wind in the wrong direction for any one on the dry bridge to hear a train aDrroachiDtj- The cylinder head of the engine had i-craped in thi &ide Mr. Harris as a gentle rerniuder that he was not in a safe po.-ition. Mr. Harris did not for obvious reasons remain to reproach the eog'iDeer who evidently thought he would jump, cor did he s'oo to count tbe number of loads that ensrine was hauling. But Mr. Harris erot r:ffht up and got, and, thought about it after wards. His friends are congratulating him on his fortunate escape. The world is wondering what tbe Paris newspaper could have said, that has been sued for libel by Sara Ben-hardt. THE TREASURER'S REPORT. The Report for 18'JG '97 of Treasurer Foster, of the Board of Education. RECEIPTS FOR 18941. Balance on hand AugustSl. 18!) 3 1,242 57 From J. 11. Smith, Olty Ass. & Col Sept. 3. ... 17... Oct. 3... " 10... " " " ' Nov ! " ' " Lc. 5.... R. W. Flnley, state comp., " 12... RECEIPTS FOR 1897. R W Flnley, state comp.. Jan'jr 15 J H.Smith, Olty Ass & Col. ' 16... J. P. O'Connor, C'nty Col " 30... J. II. Smith, City Asa & Col Feb'y ... 476 28 351 00 205 62 HO 00 119 08 104 81 328 40 170 34 450 00 3 500 00 644 41 675 00 KOO0O SKH) 01 675 00 2,4:i:l 49 89 25 1.5 5 OU 2,250 00 2,250 00 1.1J7 HO ' 05 273 27 209 52 6)0 00 842 75 405 00 47 9 114 06 6Xt II 391 33 2 0 22 1.461 26 v.. 18... 25... 3... Mar. ft... " 10... I u (, . - " 2tfl " " " ' Apr. 3... Miscellaneous sources .... J. B. Smith, City Ass , B'k T's Apr 10 ' " " taxes 1V.I6 " lu ti , .. .. .. Mayifj .3 ' Tune's " B'k T's June 5... " " t vxes ISito July 7 " B'k T's July 7 -. " " " taxes 18!6 Aug. 9 C. W. Fassett. City treas., per cent Merrill defalcation Total 28,228 84 XPENDITCPES. For Balary Supt. and teachers S21.P88 35 " rent 27 45 " repairs 47a 31 " furniture 22a 13 " apparatus yi !5 " supplies, brooms, crayons etc... 267 12 " water 08 45 " fuel 444 27 ' insurance 413 75 " printing, stationery, etc 71 35 " secretary Iso 00 janitors and sanitation 1,078 treasurer's commission 135 00 all other purposes 76 40 Tota' By balance on hand August 31. 1897. 25 958 2,270 Total... 2.S.22S . O. Foster, Treasurer, W. L. Warner has gone to Denver Mr. Gilford returned this Las Cruces. noon from H C. Murray has on business. gone to Arizona Dr. Kine returned over the T. &. P. this morning. Miss Frances Sabin has returned from Phoenix. Joe Goodman, of thi? city, is in San Antonio on bnsine-s. Miss Mertie Comfort has returned from a northern trip. Mrs. Solke returned this noon from her San Marcial trip. Colonel ueirge w. tsayior came up from fecos tnis morning. Deputy George Major is unwell, and and confined to his house. Judge Hunter went to Fort Davis this afternoon on business. Mrs Quinlon and children went to But'er, Mo., this morning. L'.eut. G. W. Cole.of the 7ih cavalry. is at tne venaomi irom f ort urant. J. is., foix or tne uorraiitos offices is now with tbe T. & f. as transfer clerk Sheriff Garret and Major Llewellyn came down tnis noon irom j-.as (Jruecs Mrs. Tevia, of Tucson, and Mrs. Tom uavenport, 01 uemiag, are visiting in town. R-jv. E S. Cross has located at San Marcial, where he is reported as doing very well. Mr. Aronstein and Miss Sternau arrived on the Southern Pacific train this afternoon. Mr. Henry, formerly of the San Fran cisco city treasurer's cilice, and wife re turned west this afternoon Afl. Hampton did not go east with his father, but remained in town until today, aad returned to Nogales this af terooon. Inspector Mehan returned from Las Cruces this noon. The cases against the (Jhtnos captured up there have been postponed. C. C. Gardner and family of St Louis, are visiting with the .family of their daughter, Mrs. W. A. Hawkins of Silver City. Mrs. J. J. Whitmore arrived from Illinois over the T. & P. today in attendance on her husband who is sick at the Sisters' hospital. Floyd Payne returned this noon from northern hunting trip. He shot two bull moose, but owing to the game laws, was unaote to onng tne carcas ses into Texas. Professor Robertson, of the Agricul tural college, returns to Albania par today, after a successful trip through Texas in tne interest or his institution He says the college will start up with 200 students this fall. DIGNITY DIDN'T PAY. A Postmaster Who Licked on Stanton When Requested. The post office at Grass Valley vras at the back end of a "general" store, and the postmaster, who was also the proprietor of the store, says the Detroit Free Press, was weighing me out some tobacco, when a solid, middle-aged wom an came and slammed a two-cent piece down on the counter and exclaimed: "Stamp two-center! " The postmaster handed her one, but she waved it away and pitched a letter at his head and said: "Lick 'er on." He promptly and humbly obeyed, and as the woman walked away, I asked: "Don't people out this way lick on their own postage stamps?" 1 es, most of em, but that woman rather particular, and I don't want to take chances again." "Chances on what?" "Well she came in here about six months ago for the first time, and bought a stamp and commanded me to lick. I laid back on my dignity and refused, and she turned around and kicked the head out of a bar'l of X. O. molasses rjid I lost about $11 by the operation. As my 'salary as postmaster is only $23 a year I can't take no more chances." The young ladies of Harper. Kansas, declared that they will no longer keep company with young men who drink, smoke or swear. Billy Miller is bound over by Justice j caa's pocket of H. A MUSICAL JOE DANDY. A Coming McGinty Instrument War ranted to De-Hair a Dog at 4.0 Paces. President Reckhart has become en amoured of the sarruaopbone This lovely instrument, equally lovely read er, suggests a crab apple tree on a w:de)y extended jsg. B, is of the double r'ed fdmily of instruments, and is said to be played best by men with a hare lip. The ture is quite heavy, combin ing all the Semi-celt stil Deauties of the double open diapas- n, in the "great" organ, the Bourbon in tt e 'swell" organ, the contra gamba in the "choir" organ, the coutra bass (rem't ant) in the "pedal" organ, and a 94i feet trombone. The sarrusopbone it will be seen is not exactly an instru ment of the canary bird varitty, and as THE SARRUSOPHONE. its use in addition to a quartet of French horns for serenading purposes may to some degree be questioned Moreover, the advisability of empiOy ing it in the performance of the Nuns nhnrrma from 11 Trovatore. or tn nhanbere's "March nf th Hnlv Sanrament." the serenade from Martha, or as a substitute for the Hiifcn icrsi tr in Ratiete's First Com' m union, admits also of more or less dmiht. But in such passages as illustrate the dog Cerberus working his tripple throat racket on the aDjroach of Or pheus to Hades on the trail of h!.8 be loved Eurydice, tbe storm scene in William Tell, the s'ieddadle of Wota to the celestial fortress of Wallhall in the ring of the neibelungling or some other thing, the artistic racket in the Erl Koenig, the frantic" ap peal of la prima dona in the finale of Robe re le Diable Cavatina, Mister Johnson Turn Me Loose, and other equally overhwelming strains the sarrusophone will be tout le fromage, or in the vernacular, lust the cheese. Mr. Reckhart proposes in the coldest manner possible to purcnase a o-ace ol these beautiful birds, and, and, and play tbe contra bas one his own sweet elf. His associates tnreaten to lock him up in the telephone cJosst while performing upon it, atd if be plays too loud J,ouis Uehr will turn tne nose on him, or seek "Irish" onto him. SeV' eral residents of the neighborhood of the McGinty club who have heard of this proposed addition to the band, threaten to move away, appeal to the city council for relief, invoke ths aid of the mil inspector, the board of health or suthin.' Mr. Reckhart says the other "companion piece," that is to say, the sarrusopbone in t, liat, Has been reserved for Col. h. H. Omey when he returns to 1 Paso from Junction City, bleeding Kansas, or words to that effect. A Promised Treat. Barring casualties, cholera morbus. lightning, what tbe insurance com panies call "acta. of God," washouts on the Mexican Centra', and other cheer ful events, incidents, accidents, hap penings and 8icb,benor iilaoc tiard, tne flute soloist of the Boston Symphony orchestra, will play with the McGinties tomorrow nijjbt. I he overture to William Tell will be put on the pro gram tnat tbe musically inclined peo ple of El Pa?o may have a treat in listening to the fine flute work for which the pastoral especially of this overture is noted. In view of this, parents with rambunctious children are emphatically requested to keep the same under their thumbs if not under lock and key for the time being. The flute is a delicate instrument, its tones are soft, and especially in the open air it is easy to drown them with noise So quite is enjoined with a high hand and an outstretched arm. ban b rancisco is all broke up over a haunted toap factory. Bars of eoap are said to nave noa ed around in the air and struck some of tbe spectators heads hard enough to hurt them. The tenor of the testimony conveys the im pression that there is something pecu tarly repulsive and uncanny, to the dlifornians, about coming in contact with a bar of soap. Jose Charco deeds to R. L. Myer for $14, laod in San Elizario. 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